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  1. Davidski at |

    Vladimir Putin is a leader who only comes along once in a lifetime, possibly for this century. He has shown that his commitment to diplomacy armed with a very iron fist in a velvet glove has endeared him to many, regardless of any personal feelings on the man, he walks the walk. Strong yet humble, confident but not arrogant. The power shift away from the US is what gets everyones attention, but in fact Putin has gone to the heart of the last 90 years of international dominance, Britain. The US has long been of a mind that it runs the world and is the arsenal of democracy, nothing could be further from the truth. Britain is still spasming in the last dying seizures of its once empire the sun never set on. America has made some ground, with Europe devolving to a worn out idea that isn’t working, Europe id like the USSR used to be, they have reversed roles buy maybe not ideology. Capitalism as an underwriter of prosperity is losing ground to inclusive systems of trade and finance, not monopoly money created from thin air and backed by empty words.
    The end is near for Britain, sure the land and people will still be there but that’s it, they may as well resort to their ancient tribal and feudal affiliations and barter for goods and services the length and breadth of the land. Or they could use common sense and join the free world in a free market with the cost of entry being you are 1 of many not 1 ruling many.

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  2. Fakhrul Ferdous at |

    The US-UK-France led NATO force supporting the so-called pro democracy rebels for (the popular word)regime change in Syria.But,it couldnt happened due to Putin’s role.Russia should be more powerful to keep the geo-political
    power balance.
    Can we start a counter campaign–”Regime change in the US-UK-Frace”.So that human being can live in peace in this world.

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