“Divide and rule” – says the old Roman rule. And Rome acted on it as it conquered and held its power over peoples. The current, Anglo-Saxon technology of domination is based on the same rule. Our “partners” borrowed from the Romans not only their legal system and cultural values, but also the principles of geopolitical struggle.
These principles are being applied to this day, therefore understanding of the methods of our opponents can helps analyze the current situation. Continue reading
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On the eve of the meeting of the leaders of G7, the Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a very interesting statement. His words were a direct signal to the world and, especially, to the Russian elite. For us it is an excellent occasion to recall some historical facts and think about the concept of sovereignty.
“Russia can not return to the G8, as long as Vladimir Putin is president … I don’t think Russia under Vladimir Putin belongs in the G7. Period. Canada would very, very strongly oppose Putin ever sitting around that table again. It would require consensus to bring Russia back and that consensus will just not happen “, – said the head of the Canadian government.”
http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/canada-will-never-let-russia-under-putin-back-into-g7-harper-1.2407212 Continue reading
I was reading this over dinner and almost choked on it:
Speaking at St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the former Minister of Finance and at present an active Liberal, Alexey Kudrin said: “Why don’t we bring the presidential elections closer and announce a new program of reforms?” He added that the newly elected president would receive a boost in public credibility and this would make it easier for that person to carry out economic reforms. http://rt.com/politics/268114-russia-kudrin-early-elections/
What? What does he mean? The most successful leader of Russia, with the rating in excess of 85% needs, according to Kudrin, a popular mandate of trust for a “new program of reforms”! Continue reading