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January 29, 2015, 01:06:59 PM
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One other thing, that I didn't put on my prior lists: The Nuclear ice breaker fleet, the only one in the world capable of navigating to anywhere in the frozen Arctic Sea.

About vodka. It is more of an invention coming from the northern territories, from Finlandia. Russia is big, and various types of drinks are consumed across it. Traditionally, Russians drank mjod (honey), beer and kvas, the fist being alcoholic, the second (almost) non-alcoholic.
If you haven't drunk kvas, you haven't tasted Russia. I can recommend Ochakovo, if you manage to come across it:

http://www.ochakovo.ru/en/kvass

Don't forget the typical pre-tale: "я там был, мёд-пиво пил, по усам текло, да в рот не попало."
"I was there, drank honey and beer, it ran down my moustache, but none ended up in my mouth."


Vodka has been created  in Babylon, Armenia and Georgia ...

You forget just add that during Soviet URSS era ... vodka has been used as propaganda tool ...

Perhaps about Tank from Russia you can explain us too this ... LoL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twq7iFibRaI&feature=youtu.be&t=11m52s

Shit ... russian media posting about russian tank LoL ... Poutine & Lavrov ... there is no russian weapons in Ukrainia ... LoL

So Russian that have big trolls too and biggest liars !

https://en.informnapalm.org/luhansk-shot-head-kremlin-propaganda/


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January 30, 2015, 11:51:18 AM
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Vodka has been created  in Babylon, Armenia and Georgia ...

You forget just add that during Soviet URSS era ... vodka has been used as propaganda tool ...




D. Mendeleev - is God Father of Vodka and periodic table of the elements:



it was his Wet-Dream.

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January 30, 2015, 11:56:08 AM
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Vodka has been created  in Babylon, Armenia and Georgia ...

You forget just add that during Soviet URSS era ... vodka has been used as propaganda tool ...




D. Mendeleev - is God Father of Vodka and periodic table of the elements:



it was his Wet-Dream.
Yes D. Mendeleev is a great genius, but his a history.
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January 30, 2015, 01:10:06 PM
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Russia has the ability to rule the world.

The U.S., Britain and Canada are strong. Yet, their strength lies in deceiving their people. Russia has deception as well. Yet Russia is way more straight-forward with her people than the U.S.  The U.S. uses mass deception with its people. Russia deceives its people some. Then it uses force - strength - to rule them.

You can only deceive people as much as you you can hide the truth from them. The people of Russia know the truth. They know that if they don't respect Mother Russia, she will send out her forces and break the people into little pieces.

In the U.S., the people see a government that has little strength to harm them. But they don't see why. And, because they don't see why, the U.S. government has strength over them, as long as it can deceive its people into thinking that it has strength over them.

The U.S. people are waking up. They are beginning to see that their government doesn't have any strength at all, except that of mass deception. Things like the Internet, Bitcoin and expressions of common law as taught by Bill Thornton (http://1215.org/), Richard Cornforth (http://voidjudgments.com/), and Karl Lentz (http://www.broadmind.org/ and http://www.unkommonlaw.co.uk/), are showing the people that legally, they can do anything they want... as long as they don't hurt anyone, damage the property of anyone, or break a true contract.

If the American people wanted, they could like overnight, stop paying income taxes and property taxes legally. If they did that, world banks and the U.S. government as we know it would become little tiny entities that had little strength at all. The  State governments would maintain some strength for a while, because the people of each particular State are attached to their State governments more than they are attached to the U.S. government. When this happened, many governments of the world would vie for top world governmental position.

Russia is in the position of next strength. The Russian military is stronger than any other military in the world except that of the U.S.  If the U.S. government collapsed, the U.S. military would wind up having no authority in the world. Russia could take over. Sure, the U.S. military would not collapse over night. But without funds and the general backing of the people - who really don't know or care much about their military - it would collapse.

If Russia were smart in those days, the leaders of their government would humbly appeal to the Russian people for their strength in taking over the world. And when the Russian people decided that it was in their best interests to follow their leaders' requests, Russia would become stronger than ever, from the voluntary backing of her people. The ideals of Marx, Lenin, Stalin and others would be fulfilled. Russian would rule the world.

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January 30, 2015, 02:31:58 PM
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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)



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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)

Yet, if Russia can maintain its hold on what it has, including Siberia, it has fabulous riches and wealth untold.

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January 30, 2015, 03:27:56 PM
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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)

Yet, if Russia can maintain its hold on what it has, including Siberia, it has fabulous riches and wealth untold.

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Most of its treasures are under its land. They have to be tapped.


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January 30, 2015, 03:30:36 PM
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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)

Yet, if Russia can maintain its hold on what it has, including Siberia, it has fabulous riches and wealth untold.

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Most of its treasures are under its land. They have to be tapped.

Which is happening all the time, with new infrastructure being constantly added to.

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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)

Yet, if Russia can maintain its hold on what it has, including Siberia, it has fabulous riches and wealth untold.

Smiley

Most of its treasures are under its land. They have to be tapped.

Which is happening all the time, with new infrastructure being constantly added to.

Yes.

There needs to be knowledge or research of methods for tapping, like how to build drilling rigs for drilling for oil.

There needs to be incentive. Workers need to know how quality work will benefit them. Then they need to be paid a base wage, and an incentive wage based on performance.

There needs to be organization to make the thing work. Government needs to realize that it is people who are doing the work. People work better under freedom and incentives rather than harsh, dictatorial rules.

Russia can do it if the leaders only use their heads.

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January 30, 2015, 06:51:57 PM
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Russia has poor people ...but soon a fresh bridge for a little amount of money ... not much .. 3 Billions  Grin

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The Russian government has awarded the contract for the construction of a $3 billion bridge to Crimea to a longtime ally of President Vladimir Putin.

In a decree published online Friday, the government said that a company owned by Arkady Rotenberg would be given the commission to build a bridge linking Crimea — the Black Sea peninsula that Moscow annexed from Ukraine in March — to mainland Russia.

Costs for the automobile and railroad bridge cannot exceed 212 billion rubles ($3 billion) and it must be completed by December 2018. The government decree does not give any specifics about the design of the bridge or exactly where it will cross the 5-kilometer (3-mile) -wide Kerch Strait, both of which would greatly influence cost.

The contract was given to Rotenberg without the public tenders that are typically mandatory for government-commissioned projects in Russia.

Rotenberg, a childhood friend and longtime judo partner of Putin's, is on the European Union and U.S. sanctions lists.


During this time for angry people ... no worry ... they have answer for them .. LoL

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Hard times call for sacrifices. That was the message of Ilya Gaffner, a legislator in Yekaterinburg, on a recent visit to a local grocery store, where he told TV cameras that Russians should consider going on a diet, when faced with rising food prices. “To put it bluntly, if you’re short on money,” Gaffner said, “you need to remember that we’re all Russian citizens—Russian people—and we’ve survived hunger and the cold. We just need to give some thought to our health and eat a bit less.”

Elected to his current post in 2011, Gaffner joined United Russia, the country’s dominant political party, in 2012. Since April 2014, he’s been a member of United Russia’s “Popular Control” project, which conducts “raids” on stores, monitoring consumer prices and compliance with different business laws. Between 2010 and 2011, for instance, United Russia claims to have coordinated almost 2,000 such raids.

On the website for United Russia’s Yekaterinburg regional branch, there is a video of Gaffner’s January 21, 2015, raid, though the embedded news report does not include his controversial advice to “eat less.” Instead, Gaffner can be seen explaining that the steep rise in food prices is a result of Russia’s currency woes.

While Gaffner has refused to talk to the press about his remarks, United Russia’s Yekaterinburg regional director, Viktor Shepty, told Kommersant newspaper that Gaffner spoke “incorrectly,” stressing the need to “think seven times before speaking once.”

On YouTube, the local television report containing Gaffner’s full remarks now has more than 53,000 views and almost 800 comments. Probably because Gaffner emphasized his audience’s “Russianness,” many YouTube users are busy speculating about his ethnicity, suggesting that he might be Jewish (and therefore somehow “compromised,” presumably). Other commenters appear to represent different sides of Russia’s endless Ukraine War trolling. “Hey, Russians, you’re always growling, ‘Everything is ours! We’ll do it all ourselves! We’ll put up with anything for Crimea!’ So what’s up now? Why all the whining?” writes “Stas Gerstas,” attracting 384 “up-votes.”

Still others have found enough fodder for political humor, without turning to the war in Eastern Ukraine. For example, Aleksandr Makhorin, with 305 “up-votes,” writes:

"Next he’ll probably advise the public to drink less, and then to wear our clothes and our shoes more carefully, so we don’t have to replace them as often. Then, he’ll tell us to go to the bathroom less often, to breathe less, to speak less, and, finally, the best option of all, to live a bit less."

As Russia’s economy struggles amidst low oil prices, Western sanctions over Moscow’s policies in Ukraine, and internal political stagnation, episodes like Gaffner’s slip-up are becoming a regular feature of local politics. Earlier this month, asimilar episode took place in St. Petersburg, where the lieutenant governor came under fire for telling citizens to clean up their own streets, when snow-removal crews don’t show up. As Russian consumers continue to feel squeezed by rising prices, and the country’s politicians adjust to the public’s rising expectations of the government, the year promises more gaffes ahead.


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Really, spend some time in Russia and then from an opinion!
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Enormous deposits of thorium.

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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)

A lot of countries could do with a strong leader like Putin.


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January 31, 2015, 11:36:27 AM
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Russia has a lot of snow. And Putin. That's basicall all =)

A lot of countries could do with a strong leader like Putin.

They have natural ressources, a large country, patriot citizens, guns, gold and fiat reserves.

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January 31, 2015, 02:54:14 PM
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Yes.

There needs to be knowledge or research of methods for tapping, like how to build drilling rigs for drilling for oil.

There needs to be incentive. Workers need to know how quality work will benefit them. Then they need to be paid a base wage, and an incentive wage based on performance.

There needs to be organization to make the thing work. Government needs to realize that it is people who are doing the work. People work better under freedom and incentives rather than harsh, dictatorial rules.


Russia can do it if the leaders only use their heads.

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In the highlighted bit you sound as if you are speaking of USSR during the height of Stalin's rule. True, back then large forced labour force from GULAG system was used. But even then, the Soviet government paid so-called "Northern Money" for volunteers who went to work in the Far East and North. My grandfather was among those working on building up the city of Magadan on the Pacific coast (roughly the same latitude as Oslo and St.Petersburg) and he was paid really well. Many people worked for several years getting "Northern Money" and then moved to Crimea or some other Southern territories, bought a car and property and lived really well.



There was an interesting documentary yesterday about gold:
http://www.1tvrus.com/announce/14054

It covered both the global gold prices, US, Chinese and Russia gold reserves (Russia: 1187 tonnes), and showed a Russian gold mine (and interviewed people working there). It checked the reasons behind the epidemic banker suicides, and why Dominique Strauss-Kahn suffered character assassination. The summary in the above link is a very interesting read in itself!


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January 31, 2015, 03:16:32 PM
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Yes.

There needs to be knowledge or research of methods for tapping, like how to build drilling rigs for drilling for oil.

There needs to be incentive. Workers need to know how quality work will benefit them. Then they need to be paid a base wage, and an incentive wage based on performance.

There needs to be organization to make the thing work. Government needs to realize that it is people who are doing the work. People work better under freedom and incentives rather than harsh, dictatorial rules.


Russia can do it if the leaders only use their heads.

Smiley

In the highlighted bit you sound as if you are speaking of USSR during the height of Stalin's rule. True, back then large forced labour force from GULAG system was used. But even then, the Soviet government paid so-called "Northern Money" for volunteers who went to work in the Far East and North. My grandfather was among those working on building up the city of Magadan on the Pacific coast (roughly the same latitude as Oslo and St.Petersburg) and he was paid really well. Many people worked for several years getting "Northern Money" and then moved to Crimea or some other Southern territories, bought a car and property and lived really well.



There was an interesting documentary yesterday about gold:
http://www.1tvrus.com/announce/14054

It covered both the global gold prices, US, Chinese and Russia gold reserves (Russia: 1187 tonnes), and showed a Russian gold mine (and interviewed people working there). It checked the reasons behind the epidemic banker suicides, and why Dominique Strauss-Kahn suffered character assassination. The summary in the above link is a very interesting read in itself!



Thank you for this information, which is, at least in part, a confirmation of what I said.

The point is more or less the opposite of this. The point is that people who are paid well, like many in the States, often go off and forget the whys and the wherefores of the wealth that they have obtained. What I mean is, look at California. The tent cities seem to be increasing in size. Many people who were formerly rich according to "money" standards, are now among the poor in the tent cities.

People need to be wise, and not squander the wealth that they receive. Rather, they need to voluntarily share with those who have less than they do. If the people of governments along with the wealthy did this, everyone would live well. And I don't mean to give to people who sit on their butts and act lazy. I mean those who are really in need.

As it is, it seems that there is a "group" who wants to rule the world. And they are making things hard on everyone. If they don't wake up and give real freedom, and real help when it is really needed, they are going to wind up destroying themselves.

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The link for trolls doesn't work now .
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January 31, 2015, 04:06:49 PM
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russians? they have just oil and gas ...and siberia Smiley)) maybe they are too big to conqueror.
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January 31, 2015, 07:18:07 PM
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They have broken tanks in Ukrainia ...  Grin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsV16JkyRW4&x-yt-ts=1422579428&x-yt-cl=85114404

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