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Old 11-17-2014, 03:13 PM
 
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With the price of recessing to a rogue state and the economy falling like a rock.
That's just your imagination and western propaganda.
Japan just fell into recession, Russia is doing much better comparing to them with $400 billions of reserves and no debt.
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Old 11-17-2014, 03:15 PM
 
Location: Finland
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That's just your imagination and western propaganda.
Japan just fell into recession, Russia is doing much better comparing to them with $400 billions of reserves and no debt.
Russia has 678.4 billion in debt.
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Old 11-17-2014, 03:22 PM
 
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Russia has 678.4 billion in debt.
Huh?

I talk about public debt:
Japan - 214% of GDP
Finland - 53%
Russia - 12%

Enjoy your western disinformation about "falling" Russian economy.
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Old 11-17-2014, 04:56 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY.
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Because it's US and UK secret services who were behind the coup in Kiev. Same as they were before that in Georgia installing a puppet president
Just like the US did in Baltics, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Egypt, Lybia, Iraq, now trying to do in Syria, and later in Iran.
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Old 11-17-2014, 06:25 PM
 
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Yes, Russia doesn't need anything the West has to offer, I got to know this by just following this thread, Russia was, is and always will be a self-sufficient country
It's incorrect to say that Russia "doesn't need anything the West has to offer," the question is - for what price and how acceptable this price is.

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The mongols didn't make it to Estonia -
They didn't have to - Estonians are a bulge of Asia on European territory without any Mongols; the language is a proof. Checkmate.
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they sure as hell conquered Kievan Rus - Kievan Rus=Mongol ancestry
I don't think that Ukrainians are going to be happy to hear this reminder. After all it's their ancestral lands with Kiev as the capital. And they keep on calling "Moscovites" "mongols" and hating centralized power of Moscow, when in fact it's the principality of Moscow that managed to liberate everyone from mongol's dominance once "Moscovites" managed to apply the idea of that very "centralized power."
Another checkmate.

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- Mongol language influence on Russian language - Russians=Mongols - you=Russian=Mongol. Checkmate

Get over your inferiority complexes
Who, me? But I am Asian (Middle Eastern or whatever Caucasus is considered nowadays. )
The Jews in my family improved my brains, the muslims greatly improved those bland northern looks, and Russians in my family are more Nordic than you'll ever be.
So no inferiority complex here, just correcting your constant misstatements.
(The real Russians here as you can see don't give a hoot what you call them. )




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What have the multiple first person shooters such as COD taught us? The Russians always end with a bullet to the head
If this is true, then how did they end up with all those territories throughout history?

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Yea, that's what the reality tells us. That's the reason you live in a grave, rather than the Putja Paradise.
I never said I wanted to live in Putin's Russia.
But Putin is there, with all the unlimited power is because of Yeltsin, whom the West ( US in particular) backed up. It was Yeltsin who appointed him you see.

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Old 11-17-2014, 06:51 PM
 
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Re: Rossiya ... 'recessing to a rogue state'...

No doubt. It's apparent she's regressed from any semblance of so-called 'normality''. Of course to the detriment of global and regional partnerships. Anything happening to reduce the pressure in Ukraine? Nah. Same old same old. Chaos is the 'normal'.... To the benefit of the destabilizer.

And we see a beguiled Hungary seemingly enamored with the Putin way of orienting a country to the new global world where insipid exaggeration and autocracy rule the roost. Look for Rossiya to really exploit that. It's the regular m.o.
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Old 11-17-2014, 06:57 PM
 
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Re: Rossiya ... 'recessing to a rogue state'...

No doubt. It's apparent she's regressed from any semblance of so-called 'normality''.
What "normality"? Every super-power will be fighting for its geopolitical interests when threatened. Why all the pretenses here?
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Old 11-17-2014, 07:04 PM
 
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russia lost vs napoleon.

these are the facts. Yes, Russia won vs Hitler but not against Napoleon.
LMAO!!!

Napoleon entered Russia with 680,000 soldiers. 120,000 walking dead staggered back, if that's a victory the earth is flat my friend.
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Old 11-17-2014, 07:29 PM
 
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LMAO!!!

Napoleon entered Russia with 680,000 soldiers. 120,000 walking dead staggered back, if that's a victory the earth is flat my friend.
Uh, I didn't even want to go there - Borodino and all.
Let him believe in "facts" - he might sleep better.
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Old 11-17-2014, 10:37 PM
 
Location: Russia
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And you got it. With the price of recessing to a rogue state and the economy falling like a rock. Was it really worth it?
Yes, it's worth it. Russian do not give up, because with us the truth.
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