Operation Moldova: A New NATO Anti-Russia War Project

In the forty-seventh edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Kommersant, Izvestia, and Nezavisimaya Gazeta. He discusses the escalating political and constitutional crisis in Moldova, the site of another proxy war-in-the-making between NATO and Russia in Eastern Europe, and the statements on North Korea made by the Russian president Vladimir Putin, the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, and the South Korean president Moon Jae-in during the Far Eastern Economic Forum. In addition, he chronicles the significant increase of Russia’s food exports and explains why China has been more successful than Russia in bringing into the country thousands of Ukrainian military industry engineers and specialists and their families.

NOTE: The Russian newspaper Kommersant wrongly reported the president of Mongolia as Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj. The current president of Mongolia is Khaltmaagiin Battulga.

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Show Notes

Rossiyskaya Gazeta – September 11, 2017

Kommersant – September 8, 2017

Izvestia – September 11, 2017

Nezavisimaya Gazeta – September 8, 2017

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  1. Thanks, it would be great to move to Russia.

  2. Russia should let people grow marijuana, that would piss off the West. And I would move for sure.

  3. Dear Phillip:

    Could you make a mention of Russia ending the pricing of all landed goods in Russia in US dollars? Please also include the context of the Putin Administration’s decision. https://www.rt.com/business/403804-russian-sea-ports-ruble-settlements/

  4. John Miranda says:

    Let’s get to the bottom of the issue: the “Western” interests are European Nazi banksters in Switzerland who use the US as their MI Complex. They have wanted to own, not buy, Russian natural petrofuel resources since the beginning of the central banking dynasty began in Europe centuries ago. To wit, look at the sanctions attenpting to cripple Russia.

    That said, the Eastern Chinese mind control culture is thousands of years more advanced than the Western Nazi enslavement of the masses through fractional debt-based fiat currencies. The Chinese government has a mind control apparatus in place over a billion people that the Third Reich could only imagine. Thus, there are now two military empires, the NATO and China.

    Will Russia crumble after Putin’s demise? That would not be in China’s best interests, so you can be certain that when it cones to Russia, China will do whatever is best for China, and it is obvious the Chinese do not want Russian natural resources to fall into Western Nazi hands. Inviting the very engineers who have provided Russia with their technical military power may be an apparent blow to Moscow, but may also extend China’s sphere of influence over Russia when Russia has to start buying military equipment from China.

    This is the eternal conflict of East vs West.

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