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    Post  Hole on Tue May 22, 2018 9:57 pm

    "Factor in that due to a much lower cost base, including labor, building materials, and domestic technology, Russians can build major infrastructure significantly cheaper than the US, in the case of roads, approximately by a factor of 8."

    Quote from an article by Patrick Fleming on RI.

    Same is true for the military.


    Now that the Crimea bridge is ready, the construction of the Sakhalin bridge can be started.
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    Post  kvs on Tue May 22, 2018 11:43 pm

    Hole wrote:"Factor in that due to a much lower cost base, including labor, building materials, and domestic technology, Russians can build major infrastructure significantly cheaper than the US, in the case of roads, approximately by a factor of 8."

    Quote from an article by Patrick Fleming on RI.

    Same is true for the military.


    Now that the Crimea bridge is ready, the construction of the Sakhalin bridge can be started.

    If the factor is 8 for civilian industries then it is likely higher for the military industries. The current PPP evaluation of Russia's GDP does not
    reflect the reality. Russia has an economy significantly bigger than Germany. Supposedly it just behind Germany in terms of PPP. Apparently
    they use some small collection of consumer prices to evaluate the PPP and ignore the intermediate (company to company) prices. They may as
    well use the Big Mac index.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Wed May 23, 2018 1:14 am

    miketheterrible wrote:


    I am convinced Kudrin will keep hand on pulse and keep money tight . he is good at it. But he has no influence on political decisions. And this is correct Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil


    Or economic too.

    you know what is the best - now his role requires keeping eye on and pressing his pals form liberal wing Razz Razz Razz

    He either let's them steal and this will be his bitter end of career als in literal sense.  Or hel attorney investigations against them stealing. What is even funnier for me. just take popcorn gents and enjoy the show.


    Wait wait didnt they say not enough money mass in Russian market? Then let's get them mined. One they will be pegged to ruble (with exchange for gold/oil) looks like next degree for freedom for economy.

    The Finance Ministry did not exclude that the crypto currency can be allowed to be exchanged in the Russian Federation



    MOSCOW, May 22. / TASS /. Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Moiseyev does not exclude that digital financial assets in the future can be admitted to the Russian currency market as monetary units that can be exchanged for rubles for financial transactions in the territory of the Russian Federation. He said this in an interview with the Rossiya 24 television channel .


    Why unpredictable courses cryptocurrencies

    "There may be an exchange in the future, then the status will be slightly similar to the status of foreign currencies,
    which are allowed to change in certain places, exchange, store, but not allowed to purchase and sell goods and services," he said. Moiseev noted that in this case either a fixed rate under the contract or flexible, depending on certain factors and on how the exchange will be structured, should be established.

    At the same time, Moiseyev noted that the Ministry of Finance maintains a principled position according to which crypto-currencies are not legal means of payment on the territory of Russia.

    "We have a means of payment for the ruble, and the ruble can be not only paper, it can be electronic - there are electronic purses in rubles." Any electronic format of the ruble, but it should be a ruble issued by the Central Bank. more than one issuing center, "he explained, noting that the issue of coins is" the issue of something similar to securities. "

    Bypass Sanctions
    According to Moiseyev, the bill on digital financial assets does not aim at circumvention of sanctions, but it creates such an opportunity.

    "First of all, you can talk about certain jurisdictions, which are difficult to raise funds.It is the Republic of Crimea in the first place and the city of Sevastopol.If someone wants to open a cafe there, it is hard for a person to find money outside, cheap money, and holding an ICO [Initial Coin Offering - the primary location of crypto assets], in fact, closes this problem, "Moiseyev explained.

    The State Duma at the meeting on Tuesday adopted in the first reading a bill that creates the basis for regulating legal relations in the digital economy. The bill fixes several basic provisions in the Civil Code of the Russian Federation that will allow regulating the market for new objects of economic relations, provide legal conditions for the execution and execution of transactions in the digital environment ("smart contracts", "self-executing transactions") and provide protection to citizens and legal entities on such transactions.

    The amendments also introduce the concepts of "digital money", or "crypto currency". At the same time, the main rule is fixed that they are not a legal means of payment.

    The draft law, in particular, defines tokens that are issued to attract financing, and establishes the procedure for conducting ICO, and also determines and establishes the legal regime of crypto-currencies and their mining.
    Подробнее на ТАСС:
    http://tass.ru/ekonomika/5222942
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    Post  Hole on Wed May 23, 2018 5:20 pm

    Like making an arsonist the chief of your fire brigade. tongue

    The best comparison is the capabilities. Russia build a 19km long bridge in 27 months and a cost of 3 Bill. $. Compare it with the new Airport in Berlin which is now years behind schedule and billions over budget. In this timeframe and with that amount of money Russia could have build 2 or even 3 bridges. In the meantime Russia has also build a dozen football stadiums, a kosmodrom (space port) and a few other "small" projects. Not so bad for a "totally corrupt" country which doens´t produce anything.
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    Post  JohninMK on Wed May 23, 2018 11:30 pm

    Helmer on Kudrin. Looks like the Russian State backbone is being stiffened.

    http://johnhelmer.org/?p=17750
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Thu May 24, 2018 12:50 am

    Hole wrote:. In the meantime Russia has also build a dozen football stadiums, a kosmodrom (space port) and a few other "small" projects. Not so bad for a "totally corrupt" country which doens´t produce anything.

    But you have to admit that Bratwurst, Currywurst, Bratiwurst and Kartoflesalat is much better at source  then in Russia Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil


    @JohnMK
    heh good article, fairly close to what Khazin said. Only one thing puzzles me: why Peskov should go?
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    Post  miketheterrible on Thu May 24, 2018 1:34 am

    JohninMK wrote:Helmer on Kudrin. Looks like the Russian State backbone is being stiffened.

    http://johnhelmer.org/?p=17750

    I cant tell really what is being said here. Other than that Kudrin is a POS.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:30 am

    Now there is proof that Russia isn't a soverign state:

    https://zemlyaki.name/rossiya/221255-matvienko-mezhdunarodnoe-pravo-dolzhno-ostatsya-vyshe-nacionalnyh-interesov.html

    So in other words, international law supercedes Russian law. That was evident when ECHR demanded (which Russian supreme Court complied with) on Russia compensating Pussy Riot for their escapade at the orthodoxy cathedral.

    Apparently, ECHR laws are above Russian laws. So if tomorrow they ask for Crimea to be handed to Ukraine, guess Putin will comply?
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    Post  miketheterrible on Thu Dec 13, 2018 11:10 am

    To add insult to injury, Babchenko (the journalist who faked his death and blamed Russia) is suing Russia in the ECHR. See with Ukraine suing Russia in the ECHR over Kerch incident. So far, ECHR are taking both their sides against Russia with no evidence needed. Meaning Russia will comply and hand back the sailors, weapons/boats plus pay compensation.

    Guaranteed the Russian courts will uphold ECHR ruling as this minister cunt of a bitch states they care more for their Masters in EU and US than their own justice, law and sovereignty.
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    Post  GarryB on Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:11 am

    Babchenko is one of the faces of the year for Time magazine didn't you know... a man who with the support of the Ukrainian government faked his own death so that the Russian government could be blamed is being recognised for his contribution to truth justice and the american way in media.

    But then Cashyogi is also being honoured for his brutal murder by Saudi Arabia... the guy supported Osama Bin Laden... and many think he was murdered recently for gathering support for opposition to the current leader in Saudi Arabia so he should come out and say it was pre emptive self defence... hahahaha.

    I rather suspect the ECHR makes too many more bad calls regarding Russia and they will pull out... they have not had voting rights since 2014 or so and have stopped funding PACE from memory, which they are squealing about, but if they don't get a vote and therefore have no say in electing judges in the ECHR then WTF is the point?
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    Post  Nibiru on Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:43 am


    Russia needs to get its act together, pull out of the ECHR and put the Nato Whore Matviyenko behind bars for high treason Mad
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    Post  dino00 on Sat Dec 15, 2018 1:07 pm

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    Post  GarryB on Sun Dec 16, 2018 3:30 am

    Damn, that video was on a fast server... I downloaded the 263MB file in less than a half a minute... it came down at 12MB/s... sweet.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Sun Dec 16, 2018 3:58 am

    fantastic docu.

    Saved it too. Never know when youtube will take it down.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Sun Dec 16, 2018 4:04 am

    GarryB wrote:Babchenko is one of the faces of the year for Time magazine didn't you know... a man who with the support of the Ukrainian government faked his own death so that the Russian government could be blamed is being recognised for his contribution to truth justice and the american way in media.

    But then Cashyogi is also being honoured for his brutal murder by Saudi Arabia... the guy supported Osama Bin Laden... and many think he was murdered recently for gathering support for opposition to the current leader in Saudi Arabia so he should come out and say it was pre emptive self defence... hahahaha.

    I rather suspect the ECHR makes too many more bad calls regarding Russia and they will pull out... they have not had voting rights since 2014 or so and have stopped funding PACE from memory, which they are squealing about, but if they don't get a vote and therefore have no say in electing judges in the ECHR then WTF is the point?

    There isn't a point. Hence why there is no point in the ECHR having any jurisdiction.

    I have read from an insider that it was a specific judge that agreed with ECHR ruling. So this may be one of the many ticks that will finally make the Kremlin decide to say enough is enough.

    But there are far too many even in the government who work against the Russian state.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Mon Dec 17, 2018 5:28 pm

    https://www.stalkerzone.org/an-attempt-to-influence-domestic-politics-the-eu-is-ready-to-allocate-almost-e6-million-for-projects-that-will-develop-democracy-in-russia/

    Seems the EU has no shame promoting "democracy" in Russia by telling how much it will spend.

    I figure Russia could get a decent amount of defense money by confiscating those funds from the people who obtain it.
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    Post  Nibiru on Tue Dec 18, 2018 3:41 pm




    Russia passes law to tackle foreign meddling in its elections

    The Russian parliament has passed a law which says foreign organizations meddling in any kind of election in Russia may be declared ‘undesirable’ and ousted from the country. Election observers are exempt.
    The law, passed on Tuesday, will make a small amendment to the legislation which regulates how a non-governmental organization (NGO) may be barred from operating in Russia.

    The current rules say Russia may oust an NGO, which is considered a threat to Russia’s “constitutional order, defense or security”. The new piece of legislation, once signed into law, would clarify that such a threat may be posed by meddling in elections in Russia.

    The meddling is defined as promoting or obstructing candidates or issues for a referendum or affecting the outcome of a ballot, but does not include the activities or registered international observers monitoring the campaign.

    Russia made the political activities of an NGO a valid reason for their removal in 2015. The decision to declare an organization ‘undesirable’ is taken by the general prosecutor or one of his or her deputies after consultations with the Foreign Ministry. An NGO targeted in this way has to shut down its offices in Russia, is barred from financial services and cannot legally publish its materials for Russian audiences.

    The list of organizations ousted from Russia under these rules includes US soft power peddlers like the National Endowment for Democracy, the National Democratic Institute and the International Republican Institute as well as George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.

    Russian citizens and organizations acting on behalf of a banned foreign NGO may be fined. Repeat offenders face communal service and even prison terms of up to 6 years and a ban from holding a public office. But those who part ways with the NGO voluntarily get a pass and don’t face criminal charges.

    https://www.rt.com/russia/446770-russia-election-meddling-law/
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Mon Mar 11, 2019 11:10 pm

    Russian non-profit organizations received 80 billion from abroad

    The head of Rosfinmonitoring, Yuri Chikhanchin, reported to Vladimir Putin that Russian non-profit organizations received from foreign sources about 80 billion rubles. According to the official, such funding does not always go “for good purposes,” so the agency is studying this process together with the FSB.

    Basically funds are directed to educational programs and projects of higher educational institutions. But there is funding "for a certain degree of destructiveness."

    In order to block the money supply of terrorism, Rosfinmonitoring actively cooperates with foreign colleagues. Yuri Chikhanchin noted that the Russian system of freezing terrorist assets has already been implemented in 12 countries, around the work on detecting corruption income 35 countries have united, 40 countries are participating in the Rosfinmonitoring project to combat ISIL *.

    Earlier, Pravda.Ru reported that Rosfinmonitoring had uncovered an illegal connection of a number of deputies and governors with foreign companies that perform billions of rubles in offshore operations.

    Читайте больше на https://www.pravda.ru/news/society/1409452-rosfinmonitoring/


    miketheterrible wrote:
    Anyway, it's no secret half these people get paid to protest. As soon as they are told to cause too much havock they will fold and tell authorities cause they are scared.  Already happened in the past.  Since it's 6,500 or so in Moscow, it's litteraly piss drips in an ocean.

    unlikely, there is a protest potential in each and every system/society.  Nobody has to pay. The problem here is that Vth column tries to spread false info  hijack public discontent same time  avoiding any debates. Debates re not needed if opponents can ask questions like:

    what if US kills connections?  or do you relly think Durov could exist in West without handing out keys to telegram to NSA/FBI or MI5?
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Mon Mar 11, 2019 11:13 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:
    Seems the EU has no shame promoting "democracy" in Russia by telling how much it will spend.

    Imagine Lavrov : Russia will finance Yellow Wests movement to promote democracy and building civil society in France lol1 lol1 lol1 lol1 lol1
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    Post  miketheterrible on Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:28 am

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:

    Russian non-profit organizations received 80 billion from abroad


    The head of Rosfinmonitoring, Yuri Chikhanchin, reported to Vladimir Putin that Russian non-profit organizations received from foreign sources about 80 billion rubles. According to the official, such funding does not always go “for good purposes,” so the agency is studying this process together with the FSB.

    Basically funds are directed to educational programs and projects of higher educational institutions. But there is funding "for a certain degree of destructiveness."

    In order to block the money supply of terrorism, Rosfinmonitoring actively cooperates with foreign colleagues. Yuri Chikhanchin noted that the Russian system of freezing terrorist assets has already been implemented in 12 countries, around the work on detecting corruption income 35 countries have united, 40 countries are participating in the Rosfinmonitoring project to combat ISIL *.

    Earlier, Pravda.Ru reported that Rosfinmonitoring had uncovered an illegal connection of a number of deputies and governors with foreign companies that perform billions of rubles in offshore operations.

    Читайте больше на https://www.pravda.ru/news/society/1409452-rosfinmonitoring/


    miketheterrible wrote:
    Anyway, it's no secret half these people get paid to protest. As soon as they are told to cause too much havock they will fold and tell authorities cause they are scared.  Already happened in the past.  Since it's 6,500 or so in Moscow, it's litteraly piss drips in an ocean.

    unlikely, there is a protest potential in each and every system/society.  Nobody has to pay. The problem here is that Vth column tries to spread false info  hijack public discontent same time  avoiding any debates. Debates re not needed if opponents can ask questions like:

    what if US kills connections?  or do you relly think Durov could exist in West without handing out keys to telegram to NSA/FBI or MI5?

    Last year half the kids protesting on behalf of Navalny went online to cry how they didn't get their 1,500 euros they were promised


    You will be surprised how many of them are promised cash rewards.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:31 am

    Pompeo accused Rosneft of buying oil from Venezuela bypassing US sanctions

    https://ria.ru/20190312/1551708569.html

    "The Russian state-owned company Rosneft continues to buy crude oil from PDVSA ... at odds with the sanctions of the United States. Rosneft chief executive officer Igor Sechin continues to stretch the lifeline to the regime (the legal authorities of Venezuela - Ed.)," Pompeo told journalists on Tuesday .


    respekt respekt respekt  The worst would be if he really believes in this delusional  crap


    miketheterrible wrote:

    Last year half the kids protesting on behalf of Navalny went online to cry how they didn't get their 1,500 euros they were promised
    You will be surprised how many of them are promised cash rewards.

    Perhaps some of them but IMHO this is far minority.  Most of them are kids manipulated by those who understand what is this about. Or at lest by thos who sponsor manipulators lol1 lol1 lol1

    Check in army thread Russian "closed internet" and internet mgmgt 2 articles i posted yesterday.
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    Post  kvs on Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:49 pm

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:

    Pompeo accused Rosneft of buying oil from Venezuela bypassing US sanctions

    https://ria.ru/20190312/1551708569.html

    "The Russian state-owned company Rosneft continues to buy crude oil from PDVSA ... at odds with the sanctions of the United States. Rosneft chief executive officer Igor Sechin continues to stretch the lifeline to the regime (the legal authorities of Venezuela - Ed.)," Pompeo told journalists on Tuesday .


    respekt respekt respekt  The worst would be if he really believes in this delusional  crap



    As if some "laws" passed by the US apply outside its borders. Only UN sanctioned sanctions have any international legal weight.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:46 am

    Why "liberasts" are afraidof fake news law.

    The news of the doctors' strike preparing near Novgorod turned out to be a fake


    “The branch of the so-called“ Trade Union of Doctors ”, which is allegedly headed by Dmitry Sokolov, who has declared a strike, is not registered anywhere, it cannot represent the interests of all the doctors in the region, and D.Sokolov himself has no relation to the medical industry,” the regional government noted.

    It is also noted that the payroll in the medical institutions of the region was not reduced.

    On the eve, a number of media outlets reported on the strike of medical workers in the Novgorod region. The government of the region said that the Alliance of Doctors organization was not registered in the Novgorod region, which made a loud statement, and its representative Dmitry Sokolov had no relation to medicine. In fact, an Okulovsky activist who has taken the liberty to speak on behalf of the entire medical community is a former medical assistant who has been working as a stove for more than ten years.

    https://vz.ru/news/2019/3/12/968048.html


    https://vz.ru/news/2019/3/12/968048.html




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    As if some "laws" passed by the US apply outside its borders.   Only UN sanctioned sanctions have any international legal weight.

    but, butt , butter Pompeo's nation is THE exceptional one lol1 lol1 lol1 Have you ever herd any "free media" saying how ridiculous is this "bypassing US sanctions" by 3rd govts is?
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    Post  PapaDragon on Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:40 pm



    Leaders of Russia: A Hidden Russian Program that should not be hidden


    https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2019/03/15/leaders-of-russia-a-hidden-russian-program-that-should-not-be-hidden/you
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:14 am

    PapaDragon wrote:Leaders of Russia: A Hidden Russian Program that should not be hidden

    ekhm but Liders Leaders of Russia is by no means hidden...




    starts to be interesting Smile

    Deripaska vs Soros

    Deripaska goes on the warpath with Soros. Personally.
    In an article written for the Daily Caller ultra-conservative Pro-Trump portal, Deripaska actually accuses Soros of having financed the Fusion GPS company (along with a group of "Silicon Valley billionaires"), whose Trump file was the starting point hysterics about Russia's interference in the American elections, as well as the entire FBI investigation, in which Trump’s employees were tapped.

    On finishing moves, Deripaska states that Barack Obama and Victoria Nuland are members of the so-called "deep state" - that is, the American shadow political organization that administers the US regardless of the will of elected presidents, senators, and so on. The American media has spent a tremendous amount of energy in order to convince readers that the "deep state" is a myth, urban legend and conspiracy theory. Deripaska gave millions of Americans, who (not without reason) believe in the existence of this "organization", another serious motive for not believing the American officialdom. It is clear that Deripaska will now try to “strangle” additional sanctions, but now the American “anti-establishment” has a new hero. The fact that this is a Russian oligarch is a kind of irony of fate and grimace of the era of political postmodern. But the move is definitely strong. In the American non-mainstream infopole, the news has already exploded like a real information bomb.

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/03/08/the-ever-changing-russia-narrative-in-american-politics-is-cynically-false-public-manipulation/

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