Monthly Archives: December 2012

Putin in Search of a New Myth Turns to Morality

Vladimir Putin after taking out opposition leaders and his former fellow Chekists is now in search of a new legitimizing myth according to this report in the Russian press. It will be centered on moral values, starting now. Meanwhile as the Russian … Continue reading

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The Cowan Principle at State?

The New York Post is reporting the following: “The four officials supposedly out of jobs because of their blunders in the run-up to the deadly Benghazi terror attack remain on the State Department payroll — and will all be back … Continue reading

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CIA Acting Director vs CIA Acting Director

Morell vs Hollywood The role of Hollywood, the Washington Post and a CIA employee has led to Acting Director to issue a statement to Agency employees, it is not a movie review. Or is it? The ambiguity of the world of … Continue reading

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Defender of Mother Russia Goes After Russian Mothers

How Sick and Nasty is Putin’s Russia? Putin’s Russia  is putting on trial a dead man Sergei Magnitsky, the man for which the recently passed and signed Magnitsky Act is named. However, the trial is not just absurd it’s now turning … Continue reading

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Republicans Tossed Out of Russia

U.S. NGO Ordered Out Over USAID Funding 17 December 2012 | Issue 5036 The Moscow Times Russian authorities have ordered a U.S. political advocacy group  to cease its work in the country on the grounds that it is funded  by … Continue reading

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For that Spy, or Wannabe Spy, this Christmas Season.

How does a journalist or spy maintain their integrity, their ethics in today’s world? I think Robert Eringer may have stumbled onto the answer. The Eringer Solution consist of a secret formula, or is it a code, which few serious journalists or … Continue reading

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Putin’s Capo Signs Deal With Exxon in Texas

  The Magnitsky Act serves as distractor while Exxon once again proves that Big Oil does whatever it wants regardless of American interests. Questions to ask yourself: Who are the former National Security officials currently on Exxon’s payroll? And not just … Continue reading

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