US is militarizing Ukraine to invade Russia. Sergei Glazyev . . . Russia clearly ‘gets it’! ~J MUST VIEW!!!!!

Ukraine is under US occupation. US supports Ukrainian Nazis, wants to start another world war to lift up it’s economy. US is also picking a fight with China. Watch the whole youtube video.

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

Please note: I can no longer copy any information from under videos. This information on contains important links, etc.

In this case, this video also has subtitles in German. In order to get the German link and to watch the entire roundtable, you will need to click on the title of the video, itself, and this will take you to youtube, where you can pick up the link . . . I don’t know whether or not this is my problem, or whether youtube has decided to do this in order to control what we see and view. . . ~J

Published on June 20, 2014

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7 Responses to US is militarizing Ukraine to invade Russia. Sergei Glazyev . . . Russia clearly ‘gets it’! ~J MUST VIEW!!!!!

  1. TabuLa Raza says:

    [I’ll put this here]

    The Triumph of Conservatism (1963)

    5.0 out of 5 stars Historical explanation of the rise of Big Government January 23, 2001
    By Greg Nyquist VINE VOICE
    Format:Paperback

    No book details the historical relationship between big business and the Federal government better than this one. Though confined merely to the so-called Progressive Era in American history (1901-1914), Kolko manages to overturn all the misconceptions about the formation of government regulation in America. Instead of accepting the standard view that federal regulation of business was inspired by the Progressive intellectuals and activist political leaders eager to put a check on the rising power of big business, Kolko shows that it was really inspired by the drive of businessman to limit competition and bring “stability” into the market. The result is what Kolko calls, appropriately enough, “political capitalism.” Some earlier reviews have attempted to draw an ideological lesson from this book. This is a mistake. If there is a lesson to be drawn from Kolko’s work, it is the failure of all ideologies (whether from the right, left, or center) to adequately explain the rise of political capitalism in America. Both the right and the left share the common assumption that government regulation hurts big business. Kolko proves that this isn’t the case, that Big Business is in favor of regulation and the throttling of competition. Kolko’s book is a must read for anyone who wants to understand what capitalism and politics is really all about.

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Triumph-Conservatism-Reinterpretation-1900-1916/dp/0029166500

    • Jon says:

      It’s not so much that mega corps favour regulation per se. Regulation does not occur in a vacuum. What we have throughout the West, in addition to the political organisations which advocate more and more labyrinthine business regulations and licensing, is a revolving door between the regulatory bureaucracies and big corps. Great set-up for parasites like bankers, lawyers and politicians. Not so much for anyone wishing to compete with the fat cats.

  2. wave says:

    Is this English translation accurate when he says, nazzzzzi? Or is he saying ns in Russian?

  3. The Russian is saying the same thing Paul Craig Roberts has been saying. So, since we are no longer a nation of laws, what are we supposed to do about the insane drive to move us into a giant, destructive, deadly world war with Russia and China?

  4. MW.Anon says:

    Google “geneva conventions mercenaries.” Russia is well within its rights to shoot this Blackwater/Xe/WhatverNameOfTheDay scum on sight,

    ——————————————————————–
    Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), 8 June 1977.
    Mercenaries

    Article 47 [ Link ] — Mercenaries

    1. A mercenary shall not have the right to be a combatant or a prisoner of war.

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