2015 is a new year; however, the colonialism is a destructive power than ever before

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ruling political party United Russia’s (Yedina Rossiya) deputy Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov (Фёдоров, Евгений Алексеевич) gave an interview to the Turkish newspaper Aydinlik Gazetta in December 30, 2014.

There are the statements about the sanctions on Russia, the measures, which Russia will take against to these sanctions and the new world order as a political and geopolitical, in broad sense of perspective in the interview. Some featured parts of this statement are inside this interview as follows.

– What is happening to the Russian economy? Dollar has appreciated against Ruble. Is this a way of “punishing” as related with Ukraine and Crimea, due to the resistance of Russia?

Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov – This is not something which is hidden from anyone. United States and Britain’s administrators gave instructions to destroy the Russian economy and therefore the historical existence of Russia. However, as the history has shown that after similar attacks Russia has increased always both economic and geographical growth. They haven’t any chance to destroy Russia with the military methods; because of Russia is a country which has got nuclear weapons. So, United States tanks can’t hit Russia by coming here. Russia has never been the aggressor throughout history; it has always defended the motherland. Therefore, they have put into practice the revolutions like “Orange Revolution” instead of military methods… They are trying to destroy the Russian presence and to gather masses at squares. For this, they are using also the specific features of the Russian state. Especially after 1991 (the collapse of the Soviet Union), the United States and Western institutions are trying to manage the Russian state as political.

-Well, how the way out should be?

Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov – Russia should take 3 important decisions;
1. to reset the interest and give up rigid intervene policy…
2. not to pay of the debts of the companies, which have in debts to the United States, United Kingdom and the interconnected states to them(until the end of the sanctions).
3- to give an end to free movement of dollar in Russia.

Russia is 3rd largest country on the world in the area of natural resources. Therefore, Russia has got serious resources. So when you reset the interest, you connect to the Ruble again to the Russian economy. Besides, you would reinvigorate the production economy, open new factories and go to a serious industrialization. In this case, about $ 300 billion returns to United States and Americans need to take them out to use it. So this amount becomes unnecessary for the world economy.

Putin’s Turkey visit will effect to the world

– How do you evaluate Vladimir Putin’s recent visit to Turkey? Did the problems between the West and Russia speed up the process in the energy agreement with Turkey?

Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov – Putin’s visit to Turkey has been very positive. This visit has opened the gates of some initiatives that will affect the future of all mankind. American colonial system began to be questioned. The process has begun the process of returning to a multi-polar world where the countries were relatively equal conditions. At the moment, all countries are as a part of the American colonial system. Putin – Erdogan meeting, with the given support of China and India to this process, has initiated the process of liberation from the American colonial system. So, the new multi-polar world order which is consisted from free countries…
Then what will happen? The cracks of European Union will be followed to this initiative. There will be disengagement from the European Union. Because, the EU’s presence is not independent from the US colonial system. When the system will begin to weaken the breaks will be at there. A little later, the United States government inevitably will start to crack.

United States’ colonial policy can not stand anymore

– How do you evaluate the US’ efforts to divide Turkey?

Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov – United States has got numerous records in this issue… Even we can say that US follows a shamefully policy. US instigates the instability to the countries, where US saw as a second class. Turkey is not exception in this subject. US is constantly compressing the economic problems and trying to leave Turkey the powerless with the Kurdish question, the issue of Syria and ISIS event. But this Turkey and Russia’ initiative embodies the core to end to this system.

– From the Caucasus to Egypt, including Turkey, there is a separatist and Islamist terrorist problem. What is your suggestion as solution?

Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov – America’s used method in all regions is same: create instability and manage. Unipolar world needs this … Otherwise, this system can not stand. Either United States will sustain the layout with exercising influence over with military methods or will incapacitate the countries with provoking regional issues. However, when these countries begin to make decisions independent from the United States, at that time this system comes to an end, and unipolar American colonial system can not stand anymore.

Additional info:
Who is Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov?

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ruling political party United Russia’s (Yedina Rossiya) deputy Yevgeniy Alekseyeviç Fedorov is mentioned as the most senior name about producing projects in the Duma to end the dominance of the dollar in Russia and giving direction to the parliamentary committees conducting studies on this subject. He is Economic Policy and Entrepreneurship Commission president of Russian State Duma (Parliament). Fedorov is known for his harsh criticism against the neo-liberal policies and Russian market opened up to the western capital. He says that there are working people in the Russian Central Bank on behalf of United States. Besides, he says that if Russian Central Bank which has the autonomous status is not immediately nationalized, Ruble can not be independent in the face of Dollar. He established the National Liberation Movement against the Western-backed Nazi movement which was began in Ukraine. He established the National Liberation Movement against the Western-backed Nazi movement which was began in Ukraine. This movement has a membership of over 100 thousand. This movement which defends the independence of Russia, is using the orange-black flag has become a symbol of the Soviet flag that was used at the war against Nazi Germany in World War II in the public meeting. Different think tanks which are based in Washington and shaped to US policy are mentioned about him frequently as “Western enemy” and “conspiracy theorist” in the published reports about Russia.

For full interview– “Now, the world’s a tendency to end the dollar” by Safak Terzi
http://www.aydinlikgazete.com/dunya/dunya-dolari-bitirecek-bir-yonelime-girdi-h59730.html
http://www.aydinlikgazete.com/dunya/dolara-karsi-ortak-para-birimleri-kurulmali-h59865.html
http://www.aydinlikgazete.com/dunya/turkiyenin-sangay-uyeligi-icin-calisiyoruz-h59634.html

Sanctions on Russia and Germany’s role in this issue

Russia, Vladimir Putin, the new world order, what Putin want, Ukraine, the economic crisis etc. The entire world is talking about it.

Russia’s ambiguous policy is being mentioned. However, Russia’s foreign policy is not ambiguous. Because of that Russia is under war threat constantly, its foreign policy seems to be uncertain. Well, what is the reason? Putin didn’t start to have problems with Ukraine, without any problem. Let’s see the Helsinki Declaration in 1975. What did Kissinger and the American government sign?

-Sovereign equality, respect for the rights inherent in sovereignty
-Refraining from the threat or use of force
-Inviolability of frontiers
-Territorial integrity of States

Hmmm, did United States keep to this agreement? No. Almost all Europe was equipped with US military bases and ballistic missiles, which EU will become the threat against Russia. If you ask “which country has got the most American military base in Europe?”, the answer would be in Germany. The number of the US military base in Germany is 174. Yes, you didn’t read wrong. This figure is the equal to 1/4 of the all overseas US military bases. When viewed from this aspect, Germany has become completely dependent on the United States.

“In WWII, Bad boys are Germany and Russia. United States and United Kingdom are good boys.” You gotta be kidding!

Russians, Germans and Japanese, they are the nations, who lived the pain of World War II, more than the others. For Germans, those suffering is not only limited to the Nuremberg tribunals. So many sanctions were applied to the children of split country Germany, that the perception of such as “UK, US and even France are the innocent countries of WWII” has created over the planet. Let’s see the air assaults of the US and UK alliance, which the imperialist historians have not mention, during the WWII. Not all of them, it would be enough to look at least one of them.

The civil casualties of result of just Operation Thunderclap:

just in Dresden 45,000 civil Germans. USAF and Royal air Force dropped 914,637 tons bombs to the Germany in only 1944.

Even I don’t take account of the other years.

And, the United Kingdom, asserted, but much less than the number of casualties (civil and military) was about 60,000; Germany’s civil casualties were between 305,000 and 500,000 in WWII.

However, the imperialists are hypocrisy. In any case, they want to justify to the war results. I am wondering, those, who are constantly telling the glorious history of Britain and America in WWII, don’t they feel uncomfortable themselves in the face of these numbers?

UK and the US governments have always followed the expansion policy. History writes bloody and shameful past of these governments. But, they are trying to reverse to this with a spectacular propaganda tools under the hand.

As for America, its history has become over expansion. Lets look.

-Began in the mid-16th century and it lasted until the beginning of the 19th century.
-The Monroe Doctrine (influence of the conquest of outer zone). Until the 30s of the 19th century.
-The expansion of capitalism. Until the 70s of the 19th century to 1929.
-The Cold War, which turned the US into a leader of the Western world.
-Globalization. By unleashed, the establishment of control over the world, after the destruction of the USSR.

Now the United States is trying to start the sixth expansion for the purpose of re-conquest of the world, as they begin to take its former position.

Is Merkel puppet of US?

Merkel is not a puppet of the US. Germany purpose very well described in http://regnum.ru/news/polit/1870496.html. The choice of between Germany and as a nation state Germany as part of a future pan-European state, Merkel chose the second. And therefore its main task today is to save the EU, which can collapse in the event of the global economic crisis. That is why United States and EU need to get before neutralize Russia; otherwise Russia can become an attractive alternative for many Eastern European countries.

The main support of the EU is Germany today, but it is only about economic recovery. When things will be different it will end. Anti-European sentiments are not uncommon, and when the Germans find out exactly what they were appointed as chief lifeguard post-crisis Europe, enthusiasm disappears completely.

Germany is aware that it cannot be trade with the European population aged well in the long term. It should be directed to the east in commercial terms. Which Germany has been always directed to the east. Natural habitat of it has always been east.

From a geopolitical point of protecting of Americans in Germany, is also not necessary. Russia, China, Turkey, India and other strong militarily powers like Iran are not threatened to Germany anymore. However, because of Russia and Germany are main actors of WWII, after the WWII, the perception created such as “those countries are always enemy with each other”.

I would like to say something to those, who live with this fear. Come on. Which planet do you live:) World changed. Anyone does not pursue to the old aims.

Sanctions were actually made to intimidate to Germany.

56 percent of the German population has opposed to Russia sanctions on a survey two months before. Likewise, both sides of Germany raised voice against to the American policy during the Vietnam War. So Germans have been reacting to US governments’ policy for a long time.

But they could not comprehend the full event that since the start of the crisis in Ukraine, because of whose hands in his pocket who obviously is not clear:)

Actually, we have to hand it to Germans. The German people are the people, who have got the mechanical intelligence in genetically(I speak scientific and anthropological). I’m sorry the rest of the world about this, but if mathematics and physics intelligence of Germans were not, NASA would not exist today. Ok,ok:) Maybe it would be, but it would be lagged behind 30 years in today’s developments.

Germany’ independent policy is not suitable to US and EU interests with these reasons. Besides, the creating to the danger of Russia, China and Middle East, has always been the first choice for the governments, which has become a slave of arms dealers.

Russians will get through it, will overcome these sanctions. Even if this process is troublesome, the problem will be solved. There is a quote of Stalin.
“Is this a coincidence comrades? No, comrades! It’s not a coincidence.”
Materialists do not believe in coincidences. And earthlings; all these events are not coincidental. Imperialist western world doesn’t intimidate to the Russia with these sanctions. They want to say to the Germany “Learn a lesson from what happened to Russia. Otherwise next time, you will be next.”

And, the decision of Germany, which is wishing to locate in the world order, is very important. Not only for itself, for the entire planet. Because it is known that all the world wars have started after the great economic crisis. But this is a difficult decision. And for that, would Russia, Turkey, China, India stand by the Germany? That’s the real ambiguous issue.

utilized resources:

http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Стратегические_бомбардировки_во_время_Второй_мировой_войны

http://www.segodnya.ua/politics/pnews/zapad-mog-ubit-v-zarodyshe-konflikt-v-ukraine-no-ne-sdelal-etogo-prezident-estonii-579654.html

http://worldcrisis.ru/crisis/1721769

http://fritzmorgen.livejournal.com/657221.html

But history is a science and if you are serious about it, it cannot be rewritten

Vladimir Putin met with young academics and history teachers at the Museum of Modern Russian History.  November 5, 2014

Representatives of leading Russian universities and institutes under the Russian Academy of Sciences, in particular, the Institute of Russian History, Institute of General History and the Archaeology Institute, took part in the meeting.

Some titles from Putin speech

….I keep doing so because this really is needed today and is so very important for our people and country. We see the attempts being made to recode society in many countries, and such attempts are being made to recode our society too. This always goes hand-in-hand with attempts to rewrite history and shape it to particular geopolitical interests. But history is a science and if you are serious about it, it cannot be rewritten….

….Yes, we won the Great Patriotic War; we were winners in World War II. This was also likely no accident, because those who took part in World War I – they were essentially the people leading the main operations, supervising the fronts and the general staff. Who were those leaders? Military experts who fought in the First World War. There were some new commanders as well, an entirely new generation so to speak, especially after the 1937 repression. But the military experts who had made it through the furnace of World War I were at the forefront. And this also played a certain role. The cruelty of the leadership likely played a certain role as well.

We could, of course, argue about this and give political assessments. It’s just hard to say whether we could have won the war if the leaders had not been so cruel, if they were more like those in Nicholas II’s time. It’s very hard to say. And what would the consequences have been if we’d lost? The consequences would have been simply catastrophic. They were going to physically exterminate the Slavic people, and not just ethnic Russians, but many other peoples, including the Jews, the Gypsies and the Poles. In other words, if you weigh it, it is hard to say what is worse. We must study it and assess it, but those assessments must be as objective as possible….

…You are right. But here’s the issue. The issue is that researchers in the United Kingdom write about what is interesting to them. I have not seen this book, but as you yourself said, it focuses on the study of relations between Great Britain and Germany. In 1939 through 1941, right?…

….So that is what he focused on. Why are you offended by it? He is an Englishman and you are a Russian; you are interested in our Russian history. This is normal. If there is some kind of distortion there, if there are lies in there, that’s another issue. But if he is simply researching certain relations during a certain period, and is not concerned about others… After all, he is not talking about, say, relations between the United States and Germany during that period of time, he is not studying them. That is not the subject of his study. His subject is different in this case. So there is no reason to feel offended.

But I completely agree with you that we need to fully study this period, as well as others. Why? That period is also interesting. Because before that, we had the so-called Munich Agreement in 1938. And what is it? Incidentally, your colleagues in western nations hush it up. Chamberlain arrived, shook his paper and said, “I brought you peace” when he returned to London after the talks. To which Churchill, I believe, in private, stated, “Well, now the war is inevitable.” Because appeasement of the aggressor, which Nazi Germany was, would clearly lead to a major future military conflict, and some people understood that. There should be a deep multilateral study of what was happening before World War II.

Or, for example, there are still arguments about the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, and the Soviet Union is blamed for dividing Poland. But what did Poland itself do, when the Germans invaded Czechoslovakia? It took part of Czechoslovakia. It did this itself. And then, in turn, the same thing happened to Poland.

I do not want to blame anyone here, but serious studies should show that these were the foreign policy methods at the time. The Soviet Union signed a non-aggression agreement with Germany. They say, “Oh, how bad.” But what is so bad about it, if the Soviet Union did not want to fight? What is so bad?

Moreover, even knowing about the inevitability of war, supposing that it could happen, the Soviet Union desperately needed time to modernise its army. We needed to implement a new weapons system. Each month had significance because the number of Katyusha rocket launchers or T-34 tanks in the Soviet army was in the single digits, whereas thousands were needed. Each day had significance. So idle thoughts and chatter on this matter on a political level may have a purpose, in order to shape public opinion, but this must be countered with serious, deep, objective research.

As for the role of the Soviet Union and our allies in World War II, all this is also highly important. We cannot deny the enormous input of our allies into the victory over Nazi Germany. But we must compare the victims sacrificed at the altar of this common victory, the efforts and significance. And to do this, we simply need to restore some information: how many German divisions were on the Eastern Front, and how many fought on the Western Front? Simply the number of tanks, artillery, planes on the Eastern Front and the Western Front. Everything immediately becomes clear. We simply need to talk about this, to repeat it again, to count. But to do this, of course, we must work in the archives.

How many victims where there? How many people died in World War II in Great Britain? How many, 350,000? The US lost about half a million, somewhere between 350,000 and half a million, that’s it. Yes, that is an enormous number, it is terrible, but you see, it is not the 25 million victims lost from the Soviet Union. We simply must talk about this. But of course, in order to talk about it, we need good, deep research.

It is very interesting to show the real events of World War I. This is exceedingly important in understanding the relationship between nations, peoples and governments. After all, the allies were playing the game, they were competing against one another, but they also helped one another. For example, at the time, everyone knew and said, and nobody denies it today, that Russia saved Paris with its offense. We must give credit to the allies that in 1915, when the Russian army suffered a defeat, the allies gathered and began offensive actions at the cost of enormous losses – granted, they did not achieve a result, but they did it. And all of this ought to be discussed, but in order to discuss it, it must be researched.

source and for full speech:

http://eng.news.kremlin.ru/transcripts/23185