Americans are more divided and polarized than I have ever seen, with censorship, vitriol speech from corporate sponsored media, blatant Intel aimed at Americans, injustice in the courts, and political opposition among bureaucrats.
After the U.S. led coalition delivered a deadly air strike against Syrian Troops near the airport
Russia demanded a emergency U.N. Security Council Meeting and accused the U.S. of aiding the Terrorists in Syria.
This week, EU leaders meet in Bratislava for an informal get-together on the EU’s future with members [Offering Turkey a EU membership will be discussed]…
Meanwhile joint military operations will be underway in several regions (Syria, Black Sea, and South China Sea).
…to Russians, cash is king, even online, and what makes this possible is the QIWI system which allows users to shop and pay bills without transmitting sensitive banking information or credit card numbers over the Internet. QIWI customers simply deposit their cash into an ATM-like machine and use it to make transactions.
QIWI was launched in 2004 and by 2013 had 169,000 terminals in Russia alone, more than double the number of any bank’s ATMs.
Germany Has Had Enough With U.S. Neocons:
Berlin “Stunned” At U.S. Desire For War In Ukraine
Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister says he is preparing for “full-scale war” against Russia and wants Canada to help by supplying lethal weapons and the training to use them.
U.S. President Barack Obama is set to meet with leaders and senior security officials from many other countries at a summit in Washington on Thursday, in an attempt to address the aggravating terrorist violence across the world.
…does government serve bankers and ONLY give lip service to the voters?
Russia Deploys Troops, Robots Along Entire “2nd Middle East” Arctic Belt…
Moscow announced its intentions to create a special force grouping in the strategic region in December last year, with Vladimir Putin saying that Russia needs to activate “all the levers for the protection of its security and national interests”
Obama’s “incredible mistake”:
Speaking at the press conference after the EU-US summit yesterday the U.S. President wrongly suggested that Georgia “is not currently on a path to NATO membership”. In fact the country has been on the path to membership since 2008.