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Putin: Post-US World Blueprint

Posted by smeddum on February 22, 2009

by Jim Willie CB

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The World Economic Forum took place in Davos Switzerland last week. The global picture enabled a nice snapshot of sentiment, fault for the crisis, blame doled out, the vacuum of leadership, the perks for blunderers in a country club setting (instead of prison), and warnings on a potential situation that could spiral out of control. Amidst all the finger pointing, surprisingly little blame was given to themselves, the corporate chieftains in attendance. Let’s be clear! The Davos Forum was a funeral wake, and Putin rode in on a white horse to announce there is a new sheriff in town!!  Davos afforded a unique opportunity for Russian self-styled leader Vladimir Putin to storm the forum stage and to steal the show. Putinpresented a basic Blueprint for what should be called ‘The Post-US World’ as the United States and United Kingdomhave lost the mantle of leadership and control. They lost it from failed economic policy, wrecked banking systems, fraud-ridden bond markets, corrupted debt ratings agencies, abuse of IMF & World Bank, and the severe backfire of economies that depended upon housing bubbles. Inflation turned on its haughty financial engineers! Nations with insolvent banks, insolvent households, corporations in liquidation, economies in near collapse, they tend not to be good owners and custodians of the global reserve currency!!!

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What Putin said to Le Monde – in full

Posted by seumasach on June 5, 2008


On his official visit to Paris, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin spoke exclusively and at length to France’s Le Monde newspaper. RT now presents the full version of that interview.(RUSSIA TODAY) Read the rest of this entry »

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