♪Moscow Nights – Red Square

Enjoy! XD

Подмосковные вечера – Moscow Nights
Анна Нетребко (сопрано),
Дмитрий Хворостовский (баритон)
Большой академический хор “Мастера хорового пения”, дир. Лев Конторович
Государственный академический симфонический оркестр России, дир. Константин Орбелян.
Москва, 19. 06. 2013.
Anna Netrebko (soprano)
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone)
Big Academic Choir “Masters of Choral Singing”, cond. Lev Kontorovich
State Symphony Orchestra of Russia, cond. Constantine Orbelian.
Moscow, June 19, 2013.



Russia-US 4D Wars: Putin expels 755 US Diplomats; New Sanctions and Nord Stream 2 War

Tit for tat diplomacy, or lack thereof from the West. Step it up EU or you too will be buying coal from Uncle Sam!

Futurist Trendcast


Denny Hunt, the host of WhyIsThisTrue, and I have recorded a new interview. In the interview we discuss why many people in the West feel a mysterious connection to Russia, when they seemingly have no Russian heritage. What is behind this attraction — past lives? Or is it the fact that people are awakening to the fact that Russia – The Great Balancer is the only force on the planet which can provide stability and balance? We also discuss: the forbidden history of Russia and how the history of the world was falsified; The New Chronology by Fomenko and Nosovsky, and how and why 1000 years were added to the so-called ‘medieval times.’

This interview should come up in a few days (I’ll let you know and provide the links)!

Russian foreign ministry bldg in Moscow

The historic building of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Moscow


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Venezuela Crisis: Washington Wants ‘Its’ Country Back

American Everyman

(H/T @ByrdArdoin ) by John Wright, Sputnik

The word for what has been taking place in Venezuela is an attempt at counterrevolution. Washington wants “its” country back, which is why it is providing both overt and covert support to an opposition determined to return the country to its previous status as a wholly owned subsidiary of Washington.

What needs to be emphasized is that in establishing a Constituent Assembly, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is acting in full accordance with the Bolivarian Constitution. To wit:

“Article 348: The initiative for calling a National Constituent Assembly may emanate from the President of the Republic sitting with the Cabinet of Ministers; from the National Assembly, by a two thirds vote of its members; from the Municipal Councils in open session, by a two-thirds vote of their members; and from 15% of the voters registered with the Civil and Electoral Registry.”

As to the opposition’s attempts to derail the establishment of the Constituent Assembly with street protests, rioting and a call for a nationwide boycott of the…

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