Monday, September 5, 2016

GAME IS OVER VLADIMIR! Putin Fucked himself on Bloomberg. He got to sell Kaliningrad to Germany and Kuril Islands to Japan to save Fuck’n Mother Russia from Extinction.

GAME IS OVER VLADIMIR! Putin Fucked himself on Bloomberg. He got to sell Kaliningrad to Germany and Kuril Islands to Japan to save Fuck’n Mother Russia from Extinction.
GAME IS OVER VLADIMIR! Putin Fucked himself on Bloomberg. He got to sell Kaliningrad to Germany and Kuril Islands to Japan to save Fuck’n Mother Russia from Extinction.

Missed the Interview With Putin? Here Are the Key Takeaways

Bloomberg - ‎12 hours ago‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday sat down for a rare interview with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait. The almost two-hour conversation in the Russian Pacific port city of Vladivostok delved into subjects ranging from the U.S. ...

Vladimir Putin Says DNC Hack Was Public Good, Denies Russia Link

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Vladimir Putin said the hacking of thousands of Democratic National Committee emails and documents was a service to the public, but denied U.S. accusations that Russia's government had anything to do with it. “Listen, does it even matter who hacked ...

Putin Blasts Trump and Clinton for 'Shock' Campaign Tactics

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Vladimir Putin blasted both Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's tactics on the campaign trail but refused to publicly take sides in a U.S. presidential race in which he's been accused of secretly favoring the New York real estate billionaire ...

Putin Pushes for Oil Freeze Deal With OPEC, Exemption for Iran

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 1, 2016‎
“From the viewpoint of economic sense and logic, then it would be correct to find some sort of compromise,” Putin said in an interview in Vladivostok. “I am confident that everyone understands that. We believe that this is the right decision for world ...

Putin Sees Opening With Japan on World War II Island Dispute

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 1, 2016‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin struck a conciliatory tone before talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on a territorial dispute that's prevented the countries from signing a World War II peace treaty. Resolving the conflict over four islands ...

Putin Discusses Trump, OPEC, Rosneft, Brexit, Japan (Transcript)

Bloomberg - ‎11 hours ago‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin talked with Bloomberg News Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait on Sept. 1 about the U.S. elections, accusations that Russia was involved in the hacking of thousands of Democratic National Committee emails and documents, ...

Putin Says Russia and U.S. Close to Breakthrough Deal on Syria

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Over the past few months, Kerry has held repeated meetings with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and, on occasion, Putin himself. A meeting between Obama and Putin may take place on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in China on Sunday and ...

Putin Keeps Faith in Gazprom Even After 80% Share Crash

Bloomberg - ‎11 hours ago‎
To read this story in Russian, click here. Perhaps no organization outlines the strengths and weaknesses of Vladimir Putin's Russia better than Gazprom PJSC, the giant energy exporter that emerged from the Soviet Union's gas ministry. The company ...

'We do not trade territories': Putin on Kuril Islands compromise with Japan

RT - ‎Sep 1, 2016‎
Refusing to draw parallels between Tokyo's claims and the territorial dispute between Russia and China,Putin said the latter was resolved after 40 years of negotiations and was only due to a “high level of trust” between the states. “If we reach the ...

Putin just doesn't get American Politics: Bloomberg View - ‎3 hours ago‎
In an interview with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait, Putin's mocking misunderstanding of the U.S. electoral process was on full display. Asked whether Russia had anything to do with the recent hacks of the Democratic National Committee and ...

Putin's Making a Big Bet on Building Vegas in Vladivostok

Bloomberg - ‎Aug 31, 2016‎
QuickTake Vladimir Putin. A phrase that could've captured Soviet obsession with secrecy during the Cold War is gaining new meaning for Vladimir Putin, who's taking a gamble as he aims to turn Russia's easternmost nuclear garrison into a freewheeling ...

Putin vs. Bilderberg: “Do you want another Cuban Missile Crisis?”

Center for Research on Globalization - ‎2 hours ago‎
The most important information event of Friday was Vladimir Putin's interview with Bloomberg, in which the Russian president touched on key issues on the global information agenda. I am sure that dozens of publications are going over this interview and ...

Putin Says Euro Area May Shrink After Brexit Sets a Precedent

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the euro area could someday shrink in size if its stronger members sought to close ranks. "I don't rule out that there could be some decisions made that would consolidate a group of countries with equal levels of ...

Bloomberg editor grills Putin on which candidate he prefers in the US election

Business Insider - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Bloomberg journalist grilled Russian President Vladimir Putin over which candidate he favors in the US presidential election in an interview published on Friday. Putin demurred, saying that he didn't have a preference, but Bloomberg News Editor-in ...

Putin says oil output freeze would be right decision: Bloomberg

Reuters - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin said an agreement between oil exporters to freeze output would be the right decision for the global market and a compromise should be found for Iran to achieve a deal. Attempts by OPEC and ... "I think that from ...

Putin Doesn't Get American Politics

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
President Vladimir Putin is watching the U.S. election campaign with a mixture of irony, disgust and imperfect understanding. Just as American presidents and senators are not well-versed in Russian politics, Putin, too, is no expert on foreign arenas ...

Nobody Wants to Join Putin's 'Dictators' Club'

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
At this weekend's G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China, Russian President Vladimir Putin will be in attendance as the host's guest of honor. It's quite a turnaround for someone who was kicked out of the even more elite G-8 (now the G-7) just two years ago ...

Russian President Vladimir Putin: DNC hack was public service

CNBC - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
In the interview with Bloomberg, the Russian leader also said the two leading presidential candidates are using "shock tactics" in their election campaigns. "I don't think they are setting the best example," he told the news agency. He said in the ...

Vladimir Putin denies Russia role in DNC breach, asks: 'Does it even matter who hacked this data?'

Washington Times - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin personally denied his government played any part in the recent U.S. Democratic National Committee hack during an interview published Friday, while dismissing what he described as attempts to distract the public from the ...

Putin says he doesn't know who hacked US Democratic Party: Bloomberg

Reuters - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin said he did not know who was behind the hacking of U.S. Democratic Party organizations but the information uncovered was important, Bloomberg news agency reported on Friday. In an interview two days before a G20 ...

Putin says Russian central bank manages rouble well - Bloomberg interview

Reuters - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
MOSCOW, Sept 2 Russian President Vladimir Putin defended the central bank on Friday, saying in an interview toBloomberg that the bank was acting independently and managed the rouble well. Putin, according to a transcript of the interview published on ...

A Russian Deal With Japan Finally May Be Possible

Bloomberg - ‎10 hours ago‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to be more open than ever to a compromise with Japan that would end the two countries' post-World War II territorial dispute. Both sides have been making tentative moves toward ... In a recent interview with ...

Putin Blasts Trump and Clinton Campaigns for 'Shock' Tactics

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Vladimir Putin blasted both Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's tactics on the campaign trail but refused to publicly take sides in a U.S. presidential race in which he's been accused of secretly favoring the New York real estate billionaire. “They're ...

Vladimir Putin says that DNC hack was service to American public

New York Daily News - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
“Listen, does it even matter who hacked this data?,” the former KGB officer told Bloomberg in a wide-ranging interview. “The important thing is the content that was given to the public.” Russian hackers are believed to be behind ... Putin told ...

Vladimir Putin Urges Oil-Producing Nations to Cap Production

Wall Street Journal - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
In an interview with Bloomberg published Friday on the Kremlin website, Mr. Putin argued that it was “unfair” to expect Iran to cap output at this stage, but said he hoped a deal could be reached with the Saudi side. An informal meeting of OPEC member ...

Clinton Camp Says Putin Remarks Show Aim of Disrupting Election

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Lehrich was reacting to Putin's remarks in a Bloomberg News interview in which he called the DNC breach and subsequent publishing of the documents a service to the public. The release led to the resignation of top DNC officials and became a distraction ...

Putin Denies Hacking DNC

Voice of America - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin maintained in an interview with media outlet Bloomberg that Russia had nothing to doing with the hacking of the U.S. Democratic National Committee. Thousands of the DNC's emails and documents were hacked earlier this ...

Putin's Gaming Gamble Comes With China Fear for Russia

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 1, 2016‎
Russian President Vladimir Putin is putting plans in motion to develop Vladivostok into an area of commerce and casinos in an attempt to lure bettors from Asia. Bloomberg's Jake Rudnitsky examines the plan and fears within Russia of an influx of ...

Putin Says Russia's Self-Sufficiency Lets It Skip Bond Dash

Bloomberg - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
“There have been enough people willing to buy our financial instruments,” Putin said in an interview with Bloomberg News in Vladivostok on Russia's Pacific coast. “We simply don't have the need today with the government's reserve funds of about $100 ...

Putin: Russia didn't hack Clinton server – but society needed to know

Russia Beyond the Headlines - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
On Sept. 2, at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Vladimir Putin gave an interview to the Bloomberginternational news agency. The
The most important information event of Friday was Vladimir Putin’s interview with Bloomberg, in which the Russian president touched on key issues on the global information agenda. I am sure that dozens of publications are going over this interview and discussing every question and answer in it, but I want to propose to you, dear friends, to look at this from a different angle.
The point is that John Micklethwait, the editor-in-chief of Bloomberg who interviewed the Russian president, is not merely a journalist, but one of many journalists who has participated for many years in meetings of the Bilderberg Club as a full member of this shadow interest group whose opinions determine the policies of Western countries. I think that this explains the unusual format of the interview and the fact that Vladimir Putin called Micklethwait a “specialist” and debated with him more like a politician than a journalist…
To view the Bloomberg Video Interview
If we look at the interview with Putin from this point of view, then we see that this can be considered as Putin’s response to the Western political elite. Here are the key points which I would like to highlight.
John Micklethwait inquired as to whether Putin is ready to exchange or sell the Kuril Islands and Kaliningrad, a question which immediately received a sharp response from the Russian president. The response on the Kuril islands was done in traditional Putin style, said to the effect that “Russia does not trade territories, but looks for agreements that suit both parties.”
As for Kaliningrad, Putin outlined the following perspective for this representative of Bilderberg: if someone starts revising the outcome of the Second World War, then the question can be immediately raised about Germany’ eastern territories, where Lvov belongs, and the borders of Romania and Hungary. If anyone wants to open “Pandora’s box”, as Putin put it, then “go ahead with flag in hand.” John Micklethwait hastened to say the he was joking. But the video intereview shows that Putin did not appreciate this “joke.”
The second important point was when John Micklethwait asked Putin about Russian gold-currency reserves, budget deficits, and oil prices. He, like many Russian liberals, distorted Putin’s quote on oil production falling if oil prices fall below $80 a barrel. But Putin reasonably replied that we have enough currency reserves by all standards and a moderate budget deficit. To the question of oil prices, the Russian president remarked that investments in oil production have fallen sharply given current prices. This is what he had in mind, not what certain journalists are misquoting him as saying.
Here you can see the graph compiled by Bloomberg itself which, ironically, indicates that the Russian president is absolutely right.
Due to low oil prices, no one is investing in the exploration of new reserves, hence why the number and size of new oil fields in 2015 and 2016 fell to zero. This means that, in the future, we inevitably await a shortage of oil and corresponding higher prices. Putin’s response can be interpreted as a subtle hint at the serious economic circumstances which our Western partners will not find to their liking.
We must give credit to the Bilderberg club’s representative – he really tried to provoke the Russian president to give him the answers he wanted. In particular, he tried to present Putin as a staunch enemy of Europe who desires the collapse of the Eurozone, the destruction of the Euro, and the complete collapse of the European project. After all, what better way to support anti-Russian propaganda in Europe than with the words of the Russian president himself? Putin, as expected, did not take the bait. He wished Europeans the best of luck in fighting the crisis and remarked that he is critical of the EU’s foreign policy, but that Russia hopes for the European economy to improve.
The second failed provocation was when Micklethwait attempted to force Putin to publicly support Donald Trump as candidate for President of the United States, or at least admit that Russia was behind the hacking attack on the Democratic Party’s servers. This provocation failed, as Putin declared his readiness to work with any American president capable of complying with agreements. So that this would be less painful for the interviewer, he added that he understands why the American public was so surprised by the information that hackers exposed. Translated from diplomatic language into English, his remark sounded so: “Yeah, everyone knows that you have a rotten political system – enough making it a comedy out of it.”
And the final important element: the Russian president stressed that if anyone in the American leadership tries to “get rid of us,” we will survive and “who knows who will lose more with such an approach.”
Then Putin broke the interview format and asked a direct question to the Bilderberg Club representative. Putin asked whether he wants to repeat the Cuban Missile Crisis. John Micklethwait quickly replied that “no one wants to.” From my point of view, this was another clear and unambiguous message to our Western partners. As they say, a kind word and a nuclear weapon can achieve more than just a kind word. All that remains is to hope that our Western partners will draw the right conclusions from the Russian president’s words.

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