Archive for May, 2014

Garden of Steven


Garden of Steven.mp4




Cuba Skate


Cuba Skate.mp4

Alpine Classic

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Mary Schiavo


Jennifer Gray


Johanna Wagstaffe


ABC Weather


Summer Wear

Gad, the things I have to do

to keep him happy.


80 Ukrainian Soldiers Surrender

No Kidding, a whole military base gave up to the self-defense forces.

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80 Ukrainians Surrender.mp4

Anya Fedorova


Madina Kochenova


Irina Galushko


Darya Pushkova


Blacklisted From Internet Forum

The Internet Forum to be held in Sweden has blacklisted Snowden, Greenwald, Applebaum and Wikileaks.

How? Why?

Are these not the people who started it all?


Hockey Trophy

The Russians have a curious way of hoisting their championship trophies…

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RIP : American Dollah

Death of money: Will end of dollar mean collapse of entire monetary system?

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Published time: May 28, 2014 19:43

The collapse of the monetary system awaits the world in the near future, says financial expert James Rickards. Russia and China’s desire to rid the US dollar of its global reserve currency status is an early sign of the “increasingly inevitable” crisis.

As one of the key events in support of his forecast, Rickards points to the words uttered by Russian President Vladimir Putin at the 18th International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg that took place earlier this month.

“Putin said he envisions a Eurasian economic zone involving Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Russia. The Russian ruble is nowhere near ready to be a global reserve currency, but it could be a regional reserve currency,” he said, as quoted by ETF Daily News.

Rickards’ book about the demise of the dollar was released in April under quite an apocalyptic name – ‘The Death of Money.’ However, the author is surprised that the events are unfolding much faster than he predicted.

“If anything, the tempo of events is faster than expected. Therefore, some of these catastrophic outcomes may come sooner than I wrote about.”

Last Wednesday, China and Russia signed a historic US$400 billion gas deal which will provide the world’s fastest growing economy with the natural gas it needs to keep pace for the next 30 years. Experts say this could be the catalyst that dethrones the greenback as the world’s reserve currency.

The best-selling author writes that the “linchpin” of the collapse is the approaching failure of the dollar since it is at the foundation of the system. Powerful countries such as Russia, China, Iran, and India do not rely on the US in their national security and would benefit from the US economy being weaker, thus desiring to break free from the dollar standard.

He elaborates that the dual collapse “looks increasingly inevitable.”

“The mistakes have already been made. The instability is already in the system. We’re just waiting for that catalyst that I call the snowflake that starts the avalanche,” he said, as quoted by ETF.

There are three big international factors that are pressuring the dollar right now – Russia, China, and Saudi Arabia.

“Since the 1970s, Saudi Arabia [has been] the leader in what’s called the petrodollar. It basically means that Saudi Arabia and, by extension, OPEC, price oil in dollars, so the world market is in dollars.

“Russia is a major natural resource exporter; they price their exports in dollars as well. But Russia now is engaged in a financial war with the US around the issues in Crimea and Ukraine.”

“China has three trillion dollars, but they are buying gold as fast as they can. China worries that the US is going to devalue the dollar through inflation so they want to have a hedge if the dollar goes down, so the gold will go up,” Rikards told RT.

The threats to the dollar are “ubiquitous,” the author states in his book. The only way the US can pay off its $17 trillion debt is with inflation, which would drive other countries away from the dollar while the accumulation of gold by Russia and China presages the shift to a new reserve asset.

“The next time we will have a liquidity crisis in the world it’s going to be bigger than the ability of central banks to deal with it. The IMF will basically have to bail out the world by printing the SDRs (an international reserve asset created by the IMF in 1969 to supplement its member countries’ official reserves). By that time, you will see the SDR emerge as the new global world currency




(Buy Canadian dollars, instead, good investment. We promise that this currency will buy only Canadian goods!)

The battle for gold reserves has just begun!


Frankly I think the word is a double negative.

The right word should be


Watch it, also, the definition of Wikipedia.

This word does not refer only to the relationship between church and state.

But I do need more ingredients to continue with the brew.


EU Lifestyles


EU Lifestyle.mp4

It Was Like This…..

No Dad, it was like this, Dad,

I was chasing Tippy, Dad,

and he ran into a tree, Dad,

t’weren’t my fault, Dad…


It was like this

Afghan Exit


Afghan Exit.mp4

Thabang Motsei


Thabang Motsei.mp4

Sophie Co


Sophie Co.mp4

The Conflict Continues


Conflict Continues.mp4

Petro Poroshenko

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Petro Poroshenko,

chocolate confectioner,

looms as the next President of Ukraine,

garnering better than a 50% margin

over the polls just held.

This is a good turn of events.

As I said that business is better than politics for Ukraine.

Business will make the Ukrainians settle down

because everybody will be on the business

of doing business.

And, most probably, installing the Federation of Ukraine, too.

Which would include the Federated Republics of Lugansk, Donetsk, Slavyansk, etc.

A new parliament will therefore be elected.

The future looks good for Ukraine, Russia, and for the rest of the world.