Read this article and you won’t believe to obscure and unknown spy-story’s scenarios and to unbelievable coincidences linking the Time’s Person of the Year 2007 to the assassination of Italian prime minister Aldo Moro, happened on late ‘70s.
By Maurizio Blondet, http://www.effedieffe.com/
As you know, the White House has decided to proceed by placing in
According to this prophecy, internal national-bolscevik environments would kill Putin, and not to transform the country into an accomplished democracy West-style, but to establish a dictatorship that will get rid of that few of Russian representative institutions.
But this possibility does not worry the CSIS, quite the contrary: the new dictator will be a better friend for the West than Putin, and will be allowed to militarily expand in
Although we are unable to verify the credibility of such a prediction, such a detail suggests that some prophecies born in the
It is interesting to note that during the recent Russian elections, the Economist (the magazine of Rostchild) commented that the effort made by Putin to collect on his person as many votes as possible, even with unscrupulous methods, did not was an anti-western meaning, but rather an attempt to strengthen himself inside his group against the group of power on his side. The Economist says, or knows, that this group, which apparently supports Putin, is making him an underground frond; and this is a group that has "power and huge financial resources", collected in the recent years.
The Economist also states that Putin may become a victim of this group. And here comes the unbelievable coincidence: the Economist predicted that the Italian prime minister assassinated Aldo Moro was going to be liquidated (with a cover caricature of Aldo Moro and the caption: "Comedy is over") a few weeks before the kidnapping by the Red Brigades. Nowadays, Putin has been just nominated the Time's Person of the Year, and earned all the cover of the magazine. Only coincidences? We hope so.
Anyway, these scenarios may be a sign of desperation of the West, which is unable to prevent the resurrection of Moscow as a global political actor; and it can be an act of psychological war, perhaps for embitter suspects and fractures into the group of Putin's power . But this can be a project being implemented.
It is more than likely that the central policy of 'smart power' feel it is urgent to do something to counter the new activism in
But this is not the first time that
But this time is different. The
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1) Andrew Kuchins, «Alternative futures for Russia to 2017», CSIS: www.russiaprofile.org/page.php?pageid=Politics
"A scenario from the report".
Another scenario projects the emergence of a KGB-driven nationalist dictatorship after Putin is assassinated on Christmas night, Jan. 7, 2008. Sechin, Patrushev and Viktor Ivanov take over the country's leadership as the caretaker, President Zubkov, virtually disappears from the scene. The siloviki, never quite happy entirely with Putin's Plan for Russia, put forward Vladimir Yakunin who takes leadership of the United Russia Party (which is renamed Glory to Russia) and easily wins the presidential election.
Yakunin's rule is heavy on Chinese-style anti-corruption measures that visibly shake up the Russian elites after Moscow's former mayor Yury Luzhkov is found guilty of corruption and sentenced to death. Following an increase in nationalist rhetoric, drastic anti-immigrant measures are implemented and guest workers from Central Asia and China are strictly quarantined and are not allowed to hold ownership in any business.
Having dismantled most of what remained of Russia's democratic institutions, Yakunin, however, maintains much of the liberal economic policies instituted under Putin and welcomes increasing flows of foreign investment. The economic and political system he develops is modeled on Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore, and it is quite successful in ensuring Russia's rapid economic growth. By 2017, Russia is a $6 trillion economy and the ruble is traded at 10 for the euro.
Despite the nationalist rhetoric Russia's foreign policy does not turn anti-Western, but rather acquires a brutally pragmatic character that seeks to maximize Russia's self-interest. Yakunin consolidates the post-Soviet space by driving Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan into a confederation with Russia, with Belarus falling into Russia's fold even earlier. The new confederation becomes a market maker in international energy markets competing and cooperating with OPEC.
Moscow's ties with Washington actually strengthen as successive U.S. administrations welcomed increased stability and improved business environment due to anti-corruption measures while recognizing Russia's role in containing the political instability and rising radical Islam in Central Asia. Washington resigns itself to the failure of its previous policies to block Russian reconsolidation of the former Soviet Union.
With Russia's economy roaring, incomes rising rapidly and political opponents purged, Yakunin lengthens the presidential term to seven years and is reelected with 95 percent of popular the vote in 2015.'
2) «Les armes russes et la position de la Grèce», dedefensa, 15 dicembre 2007.