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Russia has Endured, is Thriving, and is Poised for Another Investment Boom

Posted by Tate Ulsaker on

Russia has endured diverse attacks by the most powerful financial interests on the planet, and has prevailed.  Coups, regime changes, proxy wars, false flag attacks, sanctions, media wars, currency manipulation and commodity manipulation were not enough to bring Russia down nor isolate her nor even to cause her to overreact.

In response, Russia stopped NATO sponsored proxy wars in Ukraine and prevented the take-down of the middle east in Syria using less than 10% of the resources available to the western military machine.  To make up for gaps in trade caused by western sanctions, Russia developed lasting partnerships with non-western countries such as China.

Russia has been the recipient of attacks from NATO and allies across a wide and diverse spectrum of ways, responding in wise and measured ways, confounding globalist aims.  In case after case, Russian leadership has run circles around the globalists. Instead of crippling Russia and benefiting their own country, the exact opposite has happened.

Now, many years later, the world is witnessing a shift in western policy towards Russia as a new presidential administration in the US takes power. And still, Russia has no grudge with the west.  Russian leadership have often welcomed a sensible return to economic and political cooperation as was enjoyed in the recent past.

The world can breathe a sigh of relief as the east and west once again move to unite in economic and political cooperation. The sensible thing to do would be to investigate the pro-war interests of the recent past and ensure no repeats are possible because war with Russia is not in anyone's interest.

This from Forbes...

"Sorry haters, Russia has survived sanctions. It survived $35 oil. And it survived two years of recession. Say what you will about Vladimir Putin, Russia's economic management team has got its stuff together. And for that reason, BlackRock says Russia is a buy."

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2017/01/27/russia-sanctions-putin-economy/#469fb31e4287


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