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Vladimir Morozov8 hours ago
Dear. Along the way, we face another fake. As a friend wrote (Pan, Mr. choice) Timothy Angelica, video can clearly observe the course (4 minutes 52 seconds) of the ruble against the dollar. The course is a mirror image of the window in the bus in the upper right corner of the video. With a mirror to the monitor can see 29.30 and 29.60 look online rate dynamics can be seen that this value was near February-April 2012. For clothing and weather coincides. If the author of the videos provide the same vidio in normal quality, then respect. Well, if he just decided to make another rashistky stuffing, the author asshole. And yes. By The Way. In the beginning of the video poster Alsou concerts in Moscow. So. It is somewhere out there in Moscow appeared in January. And in the near future concerts in Moscow she is not present.
originally posted by: DantesPeak
It has been reported that the president of Kyrgyz has arrived in St. Petersburg, and was greeted by the mayor Georgy Poltavchenko. Still no sign of Putin.
Today, March 15, 2015, the President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev arrived in the city of St. Petersburg of the Russian Federation, where he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
President Almazbek Atambayev and President Vladimir Putin will discuss topical issues of Kyrgyz-Russian cooperation, the implementation of joint projects, as well as prospects for further cooperation, including in the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union.
Also notable to mention that this picture was taken by Sultan Dosaliev, who is the official photographer of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic. So it wasn't put out by the Russians.
This time, though, the disappearance of the Russian Federation’s autocratic leader has added a note of desperation to a government that is already mired in scandal and fear, from dissatisfaction with its dismal economy to its extraterritorial exploits in Ukraine and the mysterious assassination of an opposition leader.
The most alarming prediction in the Decade Forecast from private intelligence firmStrategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, involves a Russian collapse leading to a nuclear crisis.
The firm believes the Russian Federation will not survive the decade in its present form, after a combination of international sanctions, plunging oil prices, and a suffering ruble trigger a political and social crisis. Russia will then devolve into an archipelago of often-impoverished and confrontational local governments under the Kremlin’s very loose control.