Why else would a nation, whose currency devalued by 80% in less than 3 months, whose production fell by 29% just in November 08, a nation that will default on its $41.5 billion debt obligations due in 2009, walk away from a finished deal that would have left it's gas price at half of the market's rate and start a gas war now by blatantly stealing Russian gas? Add to this the overwhelming shrieks of hatred that have come pouring out of the Anglo-Marxist oligarch owned media, against
Luckily, the rest of Europe is seeing it for what it is and is pressuring and suing
Times were, half of Europe lined up nicely behind the
Like it's predecessor
It was bad enough that the French or Germans had opinions of their own, but how dare they express them and even try to pursue them? Control is what was needed. The US at first attempted this through its stealth vassal, the British, in controlling the EU that was forming throughout the 1980s, but the British were basically side lined by the French and Germans and in all have a relatively low level of influence in the EU.
When that failed to materialize as a good form of control, the Anglo-sphere went with NATO expansion. As Europe was still trying to find its bearings following the sudden collapse of the Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union, the
The Anglo-Sphere, by that point, had formulated a grand policy: not only to control all of Europe and the
With Yeltsin in power, the Anglo-Sphere was well on its way. Early on, the Anglo-Sphere showed that it would forgive a willing vassal anything in the name of democracy, and name was all that there was to it. One week after Yeltsin massacred the Russian parliament, in 1993, Sec of State of the
On other fronts, when Milosevic and the Serbs refused to be puppets, the Nazi Tudjman and the Islamic Jihadest Isobegovich were quickly found to rip
Even now, many of these states are still in the pockets of the Anglo-Marxists Sphere, though the price goes up inversely the collapse of the power of the Sphere.
All seemed to be going rather well, with a few hiccups, like when Russian generals acted on their own to save the Serbs by sending troops to Prestina. The greater deployment was blocked, however, by a pliant Bulgarian and Romanian vassal. So over all, things were humming along.
That was the year Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin took power and the wheels started coming off of the tracks.
The first thing he dared to do was say "No" to the Anglo-Marxists and he said it a lot. He dared to win the war in
In partially Putin was aided by 911. The event pushed Anglo-Marxist attention away from
This failure of hubris took the shine off of the Anglo-Marxists and started to expose the rot underneath. The financing of the wars stripped both credibility and money from bigger projects and set the Full Spectrum Domination agenda back. Still, the Anglo-Marxists were down but far from out and Putin had raised their ire.
This went on for about 3 years before the Anglo-Sphere's next reaction: color revolutions. The first strike was in
However, by this point a series of failures began. While
Equally, the almost annual gas disputes with the Anglo-Marxist owned socialist
Further steps were taken to expand NATO bases right up to
At this point, we find ourselves in 2008. The world markets were already straining and slowly sinking under the weight of Anglo-Marxists lies and deceit in the form of mass housing funds, the Alt A mortgages and other swindles.
The Anglo-Marxists, feeling their time in history slipping away and in desperation, started to act brashly. First came the ripping away of Kosovo from
Regardless of all signals by
By hook and by crook, the Anglo-Marxists have fought to start a new Cold War and regain their control over
The gas war, started by the Anglo-Marxist owned
But we can count on the dieing Anglo-Marxists to continue trying harder, their desperation palatable and their victims be damned.