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Russian Officials Told To Immediately Bring Back Children Studying Abroad

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posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 10:30 PM
Wow that actually clears things up so I'm not sure if OP is deliberately trying to fear monger when it's actually a pretty non sensational reason.

posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 10:32 PM

originally posted by: Profusion

originally posted by: Quetzalcoatl14
I'd like to point out that Syria has basically been a proxy war between the West and Russia since 2013. So why didn't WWIII happen then or in between?

My understanding is that everything changed around the time of the article discussed in the thread linked below.

Moscow: Washington sabotaged Syria ceasefire, US responsible for any new terror attacks

Russia apparently realized at that time that the U.S. couldn't be trusted with any agreement concerning the situation in Syria. Things have steadily escalated since that point.

The two countries haven't trusted each other since after ww2, where have you been? Are you implying it's Obamas and Hillarys fault that Russia doesn't Trust Washington? Lol.

posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 10:37 PM
a reply to: RedMenace16

From the time Yeltsin raised the Russian flag over the Kremlin and the Soviet Union ended, relations between Russia and the USA were very good. They remained very good through the election of George W. Bush. Relations first started to fray after 9/11, but they remained good to fair until the time Romney publicly declared that Russia was the USA's greatest threat during his campaign for President. From that 'Romney moment' throughout the 8 years of the Obama presidency relations with Russia have tanked.

posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 10:40 PM
a reply to: Profusion

We need to figure out if these recent escalations are more than Russian propaganda.

posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 10:46 PM

originally posted by: BlueShaman
How legit is that website? I see the article was written by Tyler Durden...

Tyler Durden is a name used by a group of authors on the website. To distinguish themselves from guest post.

They have exposed some corruption inside the financial industry. Have the best inforgraphics in the biz. they are a bit doom and gloom and are generally of the austro-libertarian ideology. It's the financial news source no one wants to admit they read. When a reporter/Q&A cites zerohedge at a financial conference there is cheers. jeers, and laughter.

posted on Oct, 12 2016 @ 01:10 AM

originally posted by: BlueShaman

originally posted by: Orionx2
Reading the article I see nothing indicating WW3...

That's because the reason for these orders is that Russia knows exactly where Nibiru will hit.

If you're referring to the same Nibiru that everyone else has been talking about, I don't think it would much matter where it hit. It would be like a semi going over a rock in the road. Not even a blip on the radar for something so massive.

posted on Oct, 12 2016 @ 06:34 AM
Some should know the what this source really is...and right isn't it.

And here is a bit more from one of the three that write the stories under the Tyler Durden moniker...

posted on Oct, 12 2016 @ 06:36 AM
a reply to: tigertatzen

And we would know long before Nobiru shows can't just pop up and show itself to certain people without everyone else seeing it.

That is why it makes me laugh when people say they have seen it...yet nobody with an actual telescope does that happen?

posted on Oct, 12 2016 @ 07:29 AM
a reply to: Orionx2

The only way you will know war will break out is a ten fold of escalations happening in a short space of time.

I don;t think government will tell there citizens that we're going to an all our war with out a build up provocations. The public are only sitting ducks until some thing major occurs and brings the public to attention of it. Unlike the West it seems Russia has been preparing for such events for many years.

I was talking to my friends the other day about the issue in Syria and the Russia and US relations. All they are aware of what they have seen on news and they seem to be not concerned what's so ever. They say, issues in the middle east have been happening as far back as the 80's it's nothing new.

There is also nothing to gain from war either.
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posted on Oct, 12 2016 @ 11:01 AM
Mostly I think this has to do with Putin trying to solidify "russian nationalism". He doesn't want the Russian upper class to have their children studying abroad and having their "Russianism" diluted. They might start getting ideas that what he is doing isn't really accepted world wide or that he is half nuts.


The amount of general stuff going with Russia is seemingly about as bad as 1983, just in the last 2 weeks.

Multiple Russian Bomber flights into US/NATO airspace
Moving Missiles into the Kalingrad area.
The Large Civil Defense Exercise.
More brash statements by Putin.

And I am not saying he doesn't have some good points. NATO has practically surrounded Russia up to it's borders and back at the end of the Cold War they (Bush and Thatcher) assured him we wouldn't do that.

I am starting to wonder if Putin is about to make another move just prior too or immediately after the election. Obama isn't the type to check him if he goes into the Baltics, or further into the Ukraine, or ups the ante in Syria. But I think both Trump or Clinton would. And he knows he has a window to act where NATO's resolve might not be solid.

Going to be an interesting next couple of weeks.

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posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 12:26 AM
Bear has been poked

posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 02:46 AM
The story has been picked up by other mainstream papers [read: rags].

Rus sia ‘urgently recalls officials’ families living abroad’ as WW3 threat looms

Russian politicians and officials with children studying in the West have been told to bring them home to the “Fatherland”, local media is reporting.

They have also been told to recall any older relatives – such as parents – living in foreign countries, sources claim.

The worrying development – which comes after Putin suddenly cancelled a visit to France – applies to ALL state employees.

Workers were reportedly told to pull their children out of school immediately, even if it was in the middle of term.

The edict applies to administration staff, regional administrators, lawmakers of all levels and employees of public corporations.

Yes. Nice and juicy doom porn. But it's Putin. I wouldn't be surprised. What better time to start a war than in the middle of changing (US) leadership?

posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 03:17 AM
a reply to: Profusion

Great freaking time for democrats to blame everything under the sun on Russia. Things arent tense enough as is or anything.

This is not good. This is a first step before war. If anyone feels safe behind the veil of MAD, then Id suggest its a mutual bluff that either side may call.

I dont think either side has the balls to launch.

Other types of war though.....

posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 11:02 AM
There are a few other things that should be noted:

1) If Russia is planning on war, then the countries that they are going to be going to war with, they would recall all of the ambassador staff from those countries and ask/expel all ambassadors from those countries from their own. it would signal a break down in communications and relationships. Even during the cold war the USA and the USSR still had ambassadors in each others countries, and there were lines of communications going on.

2) Many countries, like the USA and the USSR, hold war games within their own boarders. Russia very rarely explains anything until it sees fit to do such, so the best approach is to wait and see what they are going to do.

3) And if they were worried about Nato, why is Russia going into business with Turkey?

posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 11:57 AM
Russia wants to split Turkey off from NATO. It could happen anyways even without Russia if Islamisists take over. Might as well be in there influencing them towards the Russian side. Russia wants another Islamic state on it's border like it wants another NATO state on it's border.

posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 04:26 PM
a reply to: jellyrev

I was just thinking there are tales of nuclear missiles being turned off by "ufos" and there is Putin saying he has weapons to counter all weapons. #Paraphrased obv. #Justsaying #Putinsballs

posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 04:48 PM

originally posted by: Profusion

This is not fearmongering. This is not politics. This is not saber rattling.

This is WW3.

Yes, that was fear mongering.

The origin of this "Return to Russia" propaganda was posted on Znak and it is only a tabloid opinion piece and not a government order.

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told news agency TASS that he had "never seen or heard" of such information.
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posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 05:05 PM
a reply to: SrWingCommander
I am not so sure that Turkey wants to leave NATO.

The first problem is if they leave NATO, in favor of Russia, then it may end up dealing with far more than it can cope with or even care to. With Syria in shambles and the mass number of people leaving there and entering into its countries, along with the threats from the Kurds, would make it think twice about such. As long as it remains in NATO, it would have the military might of the member states, along with the logistics and assistance that goes along with it.

Then there is the money aspect, it gets military arms at a reduced rate, as being a part of NATO, and a boost to its economy in the country, especially from the United States, as there are 2 air force bases that sit on the western side of the nation. Even with some of the advances, such as a missile defense system would be advantageous to most countries. Along with the ability to call on armed forces in the event a country is attacked to get in.

Withdrawing from said alliance is not as easy as it would seem and if it happened, then there would be a reorganization of military, new treaties. And Turkey may not be so willing, not with what has occurred with some of the areas with Russia. And Russia has wanted more naval bases in the Mediterranean.

Right now there is some tension between Turkey and Russia, due to the entire thing with Turkey shooting down a Russian fighter plane, and right now this deal with the pipe line, that is being done to punish the Ukraine, allows for them to continue to talk.

Russia is not wanting to go into war with the West, for it would lose far more than gain. Consider this much, Russia has things that the rest of Europe wants and needs, and Europe has things that Russia wants and needs. If it was going into war, it could risk an economic backlash that it can not afford. Remember the USSR was brought down, not by a war, but cause it was outspent.

And Russia has something that the USA needs at this time frame, and we are paying for such at this time frame.

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