Russia is no longer the USSR.
The lessons to be learned from Russian military history is that their theory and practice of war has been understood and learned through the loss and grief of generations of their countrymen.
The bank’s separation from the state was achieved during the catastrophic Yeltsin years, when liberal traitors sold out the whole country. This was done for the benefit of the USA and foreign banks, not for the benefit of Russia.
Since the disappearance of the Soviet Union, the Balkan region became under full US control.
The Western Atlanticist, mercantilist, economic-political-cultural and anti-spiritual model is historically incompatible with the fundamental principles and archetypes of Serbian identity and its Byzantine and Eurasian heritage.
The Brexit will lead to an eventual return of the UK's historic divide-and-rule "balancing" policies vis-a-vis Continental Europe.
They're still practicing these to a mild extent, but it's nothing like it used to be.
Brzezinski’s so much over-estimated geopolitical ability has been mostly limited to the creation and manipulation of terrorism, organized crime, media campaigns, propaganda -- all to obfuscate and cover up criminal operations that otherwise would be simply and openly acts of wars.
The outrageous mistreatment of Professor Alexander Dugin at Tessaloniki airport a few days ago would be unacceptable under any circumstances.
Shlyapnikov claimed the idea came to him easily. Frequent barter trade with friends made him realize that a commodity such as a goose or potatoes would be a more inflation proof and make an easier form of conducting trade than the ruble.