Russia

Moscow city’s worst metro crash

A train in Moscow cashed. Over twenty people died. Today the mourning began. Find out more over on The Voice of Russia UK.

Source: www.reddit.com

A train crash in Moscow took the life of 23 passengers. My condolences go out everyone who lost their lives in this accident. I have just read the article over on VORUK and shared it on Reddit which is where this link goes. If you see and have a Reddit account be sure to comment. Thank you.

Russian lawmaker says son detained by US needs medicine daily

“A disabled Russian man detained in Washington on hacking charges in one of the worst US prisons and would die without adequate medical help.”

Source: voiceofrussia.com

Valery Seleznyov is trying to get help for his son Roman Seleznyov who is detained for alleged hacking and currently held in a confined us detention centre. The allegations are about credit card fraud. Without adequate medical assistance Moscow says the boy could have long term bad effects to health or worse still die.

Telling It Like It Is: From political earthquakes to classic US literature

VoR’s Brendan Cole is joined by James Delingpole of breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov for half an hour of incisive mulling over the week’s headlines.

Jim Bob‘s insight:

Implosion of the LibDems,Ukrainian elections,US troops to remain in Afghanistan, Gove ‘banning’ classic US literature in UK schools and One Direction allegedly smoking something, saying the ‘N-word’.

See on voiceofrussia.com

What’s eating Vladimir Putin?

No one in the corridors of power in Moscow was anticipating that events in Kiev would take such a dramatic twist.

Jm Bob‘s insight:

The talks in Geneva between Russia, Ukraine, the EU and the US on finding a solution to the crisis might as well have not taken place at all, considering that there was no one there representing the east of the country. Vladimir Putin and the US, Moscow, Kiev, Geneva, Washington, European Union, Freedom Party, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Constitutional Court. Find out more about the European parliament, US embassy, Russian intelligence, a Supreme Court, the Ukrainian parliament to determine which is the right sector to focus on this Tuesday.

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Ukraine anticipating election that may not happen

Among the broad-ranging topics broached this week by James Delingpole of Breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov @stirringtrouble are the ongoing situation in Ukraine and Maria Miller’.

Stirring Trouble’s insight: Among the broad-ranging topics broached this week by James Delingpole of Breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov are the ongoing situation in Ukraine, Maria Miller’s resignation, the Pistorius trial, and little Prince George’s headline-grabbing visit Down Under. VoR’s Dmitry Linnik. moderates. See on voiceofrussia.com

Telling It Like It Is: “It’ll take a lot to kill the English class system”

The Budget, the situation in Ukraine with the announcement of western sanctions on Russia, press intrusion into the death of Mick Jagger’s girlfriend L’Wren Scott and whether wealth is replacing the B

Jim Bob‘s insight:

The Voice of Russia Telling It Like It Is radio show hosted by Brendan Cole who is interviewing Alexander Nekrassov former Kremlin and government adviser about this weeks news. James Delingpole who also answers questions talks about Bingo, the British budget and Conservative politics. Find out the latest about news from Russia, Ukraine and the UK over on Telling It Like It Is as discussed by writers on Breitbart and Stirring Trouble Internationally.

See on voiceofrussia.com

Markets In Russia And West

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Ben Delicious is in Brussels reporting about economics from Russian’s point of view.

The entry takes a good look West and includes helpful tips directed at the Ukraine to remind and help them understand better the world economic forum in 2014.

Firstly a question:

Are Investors right in thinking war may break out in Europe?

From the outside looking in anyone might think this is true.

However its very clear that new sanctions are put in place to prevent the market from melting and also slows down other troubled news from breaking out.

Ceci n'est pas deux euro

  • For example read all about the American US Federal Reserve and how they influence the rest of the controllers of the world economy.
  • Find out more about the hidden charges behind European governments who are now printing new money.
  • Read all about letting banks and subprime lenders who have been charging extortionate rates higher than the base interest rate.

Todays entry taps into the thoughts and feelings behind Big Brother. And takes an overview of Central bankers who’s job it is to explores and promote money, gambling as well as researching the markets.

The next phase is all the military looting around the world, like we see in other less unfortunate countries.

So with that said lets dive in and find out more about what is going on. Yes it seems there is a stand off between Markets in Russia, West, United States and Europe, but what does this mean to you?