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Voice of Russia Live Malaysian plane crash 295 Dead in Ukraine

A Malaysian Boeing 777 headed from Holland to Kuala Lumpur passenger plane carrying nearly 300 people has crashed in Ukraine close to the border with Russia. Malaysia Airlines confirmed via Twitter that it lost contact with flight MH17 whilst flying over East Ukraine.

Source: voiceofrussia.com

A Boeing 777 plane with three hundred passengers has crashed after being fired upon. The plane reportedly was  shot down today which is Thursday. Listen live to the ongoing reports over on The Voice of Russia.

‘Five Eyes’ UK new MeetUp About Snowden, Russia and the United States

Five Eyes is the special name for countries in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand who are attending a new MeetUp this week in London. Learn more about the NSA, whistleblowers and cyber security.

Source: voiceofrussia.com

More news from Russia about Edward Snowden. Learn how countries around the world are using the internet. Find out the terminology for July 2014 that people are using to exclusively share about this sort of information. Get the details and times to attend, the details of membership. A chance to rub shoulders with people behind the scenes who are pressing all the buttons. Audio included about the event this week being held in a special place inside the city. Five Eyes will be in attendance to find out what is going on. This is one of those London events you will depending on who you are will miss but would still like to know what is and has happened. If your interested in this and in some way think you qualify, go to Voice of Russia /UK and find out all the details. They clear a lot of this stuff up for you. Be sure to tune in live, download the App to your phone or subscribe to the best internet radio show these days on AudioBoo.

Defector Vasiliy Mitrokhin Archives Now in Cambridge

KGB agent Mitrokhin intelligence files accumulated from around the world get public today. The story is alongside other famous people of influence in the UK during the 1940’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.

Source: archive.today

The Cambridge KGB archives files published in the United Kingdom that shown intelligence from Russia. The KGB files you will find helps understand moments of the past that we can learn today from around the world.

West’s sanctions on Russia: Are they just for show?


Big, big sigh of relief among Russia’s super-rich, as the West announces “smart sanctions” On Sunday, 96.7% of voters in Crimea’s referendum chose to leave Ukraine and join Russia.

Jim Bob‘s insight:

Alexander Nekrassov  former government Kremlin adviser has wrote this article as a Special to CNN.

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Financial Markets, Borders, Struggles And Victories

Storify by Ukraine, Governments, Financial Markets, Borders, Struggles And Victories News about the Ukraine. A personal overview of history with other helpful views about understanding world views and experiences about governments, financial markets and the struggles at the border.

History Hijacked By Leftie Loons

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Bed Delicious has written an interesting entry over on Stirring Trouble Internationally from Rome.  take on lots of things, including the Crusades, the Middle Ages and the Enlightenment era taken over by leftie weasels. Slavery,  black AfricansAmerican Civil War and the South vs the good guys in the North. President George Bush Sr. accounts frozen some considerable time.

President George Bush Jr. had a scary surprise around this time of year at Christmas. According to Russian intelligence it was suggested a payment must have been made and that some sort of financial Settlement will have happened. President Clinton eating  food and on nothing else. Bush family  at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin now a museum.

Separate Jewish sources the Israeli intelligence community and the subterranean intelligence war. Stalin’s USSR and Henry Paulson cease and desist from blocking payments. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin in Novo-Ogarevo media sources about Armenians , MI5 trips to the Vatican and more bank research.

The Russian state during the Christmas Holidays noticed Dr Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, and Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security near the old executive office building. Europe would have been seen as totally different, with bankers and politicians starting them. The Great Depression of the 1930s changing everyones concepts of money. Then there is the 20 century Arab Spring where we see the commoditisation of national assets.

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Morgan Stanley, Bank of New York Mellon, Bank of America  accounts. SUBPRIME George Bush Sr. Iranian carpet, President Bush II  hitherto, under instruction, grabbed at the idea with enthusiasm.

Editor’s Note contain hundreds of pages of facsimiles of relevant documents. Steven H. Gifis, ‘Law Dictionary’, 5th Edition, Happauge: Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., 2003 Deception and Fraudulent Conveyance Black’s Law Dictionary’, West Publishing Company,

The trade due to Globalization has grown exponentially. The music business as discussed by Journalists of dance magazines , DJ, and plays Trance music  Popular Music  with the neo-Marxist approach.
(Livingstone 2002).

David Hesmodhalgh Popular Music Studies’  Mass Media and Society  cites Angela McRobbie that culture and industry for women was not really explored enough,  music lists the punk era  Jazz music. Frith says was his influence by ‘Marxism and social interactionism’ (Herbert Bloomer, 1986, p5).

Dave Laing and Charlie Gillet did some of the more optimistic research of the British popular music in Milton KeynesCurrency and Foreign Transactions Reporting Act Mrs Sterling died suddenly after being summoned for her second meeting with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, under Clinton the Editor for the US intelligence community’s. You can read questionnaires and do interviews on allsorts of genres of music,  the ‘dependence on music institutions’ and how it spread to outside Milton Keynes  academic research in popular music Youth Media Trance music for young people in regards to geography.

Telling It Like It Is: Honest bankers?

Telling It Like It Is
In this week’s edition of Telling It Like It Is, VoR’s Brendan Cole discusses the week’s news with former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and journalist and broadcaster James Whale.

Jm Bob‘s insight:

A humourous conversation of this weeks news. Italian news from the Ukrainian news. You can find out more about Boris Johnson, smoking and bicycles. Smoking, blank packets and reshaping sales copy as news results come in from Australia. News from South London about Jesus and some quotes from the home secretary of saving women from 30 years of captivity with a couple living on a commune. A charity organisation managed to save the people from the commune. The Litvenko inquest and documents from Russia and Scotland Yard facts of the death that turned out to be no facts. MI5 reports into the incident has also revealed interesting news about the topic. The business relationships between Russia and the United Kingdom continue to grow and the tourism trade continues to expand. More and more people are looking into the news from the regions. Todays episode mentions a bit about that too.

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Title (Cold War Rhetoric Has To Stop Radio 5 Live)

Title (Cold War Rhetoric Has To Stop Radio 5 Live)

Alexander Nekrassov lives in Britain, he is a Russian and on Soundcloud you can here a two minute extract of last nights show on Radio 5 Live, where he is asked a couple of questions about Russia and Syria. As you will hear he asks for people to please stop using this cold war rhetoric when talking about Russian influence around the world these days. The recording is of reasonable quality and is audible enough to hear, although I will point out for about ten seconds there is silence.