The Catalan Scenario for Russia

In the fifty-fourth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Kommersant, Moskovskiy Komsomolets, and Vedomosti. He discusses the emerging proxy conflict between the U.S./NATO and Russia in Afghanistan and the Russian leadership’s intentions regarding the military intervention in Syria. He also examines the current, pre-electoral state of the Russian economy and answers the question as to whether the anti-Putin, Gladio C forces are preparing a Catalan, that is to say, a secessionist scenario for the break-up of Russia.

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Show Notes

Nezavisimaya Gazeta – October 27, 2017

Kommersant – October 30, 2017

Moskovskiy Komsomolets – October 30, 2017

Vedomosti – October 31, 2017

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  1. Ludovico Doebbeling says:

    I selected the 240 p option. Still get loads of interruptions. At this moment the speedtest.net shows the internet connection is at 3.6 Mb per sec. Although this is probably below international standards (I live in S. America) it is more than enough to let me see vids in other platforms (such as youtube) with absolutely NO INTERRUPTIONS NONE. With the separate video arrangement you had some weeks ago I had almost no interruptions watching the low resolution option. Maybe you can go back to that arrangement? Or maybe you can offer us a download link (with the resolution you judge convenient) so as to download the vid to our pc’s and watch them without interrupting. It is very frustrating trying to assimiliate something that keeps interrupting and takes 2-3 times the original time to watch. I tried pausing the vid to see if it buffers the info and then plays at least some minutes witout no interruptions but was not successful, only prolongs the experience. Last month I missed out on several of your videos, as you have not made available on them the new 240 point option that although far from good at least lets itself be watched (fewer interruptions) with the present conditions in my place. As mentioned in other comments, I tried several browsers in both Windows 8 and Linux Mint same problem. Sorry to be such a pain in the butt I just want to see your vids. Thank you for your great work.

    • David E Burden says:

      Ludovico,
      You are not alone on this, I live in the Midwest of the united States, and I also experienced a lot of pauses, stoppages, and almost constant buffering on this video. My current internet download speed is 5.18 Mbps, and I don’t normally have problems viewing any videos on line.
      I’m going to try the High Speed version, and see what happens, but I agree with you, something is not right.

  2. Another great programme. Thank you Professor.

  3. We have the resources to feed, clothe and house everyone to a high standard of living. Instead those resources are syphoned off by the vampiric MIIC.

    When are the majority going to kick the the mad few into the naughty corner?

  4. April Sanchez says:

    Loyalty is gained through the stomach… If not, there’s a certain black State Department person now in DC will retire with honors for his part in the preparations of another disruption… Strength resides with the people…

  5. Great and informative as usual. And by the way, the video place better now on my system. Thanks for looking into the problem.

  6. John Miranda says:

    Most informative, as always (not usual.) This is a perspective so well positioned by referring to reflections of Russian facts and sentiments to be found in Russian publications. Your “two cents” (in my opinion) are always well reasoned.

    The one obvious 800 lb gorilla in the room that you and just about everyone else misses is the desire of the modern-day Nazi central banksters in Switzerland to literally and figuratively own Russia (and the rest of the world. EVERYTHING the West does, our entire foreign policy, reflects that position. As the Nazi US man of inordinate influence in the US, Charles Koch, says, “I want my fair share, ALL of it.” This reflects Nazi thinking perfectly, total domination and inequality through violent force.

    Putin refused to let the fascist, transnational corporations, especially the central banksters who make money out of thin air through fractional banking, take over his country. The Nazi banksters do not like such opposition.

    What is the anti-Russian sentiment coming from the “Deep State” (MI Complex) today? It is the temper tantrum of the Nazi banksters who want to kill the Russian people and take their land and its resources. Plain and simple. They will do “whatever it takes” to achieve that objective. In recent history it started with their puppet, Hitler, who killed 20,000,000 Russians, until he crossed them and wanted to print his own state-backed currency.

    Unfortunately, for everyone, these modern day Nazis still seem to think this is possible. “Germany was the dress rehearsal for the United States.”

    Tribalism. The Nazi Capitalists want to own and enslave the planet. Why the Chinese have just opened their doors for them to do that is not clear at this time, and why their Puppet-In-Chief, Donald Duck, recently said he (rightly) believed that Russia did not meddle in the 2016 election is also unclear, other than the fact that he owes the Russian Mafia a LOT of money and they have him by the financial balls, so to speak.

    Russia did not meddle in the US election. The CIA did what they have been doing over 80 times in the past 70 years, made sure that their (master’s chosen, i.e. the MI Complex) preselected candidate won. Their uncontrolled power is spreading like cancer. They have no interest in the interests of the people. Given Putin’s background and Russia’s own MI Complex, I suspect something similar may be on a parallel track in Russia, based on your observations.

  7. Such great insight by Professor Kovacevic. Thank you for your dedication and this excellent work.

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