Keiser Report: Siberian Camembert (ft. Ben Aris)

Max, Stacey and guest Ben Aris stationed in Moscow, discuss the following: How China surpassed US as world’s largest economy; debt ridden US and UK economies and their comparison to Germany and China, as well the lies of the UK government. And last but not least: the despair index shows that despite the ruble crisis, Russians feel more optimistic and satisfied than Europeans, and until recently, more so than Americans. About 75% of Russians, including the poorest 1/2 of the country, feel satisfied with their lives, with very low unemployment, access to money for entertainment/cars/home improvement, lower povery levels than EU and US, and overall decent living standards. Less travel than before and higher inflation are direct results of Western sanctions and deliberate attack on the ruble, which upped the index value somewhat. But even with these two factors accounted for, it is concluded that Russia is a better place to live for an average person than US or EU. Keiser Report: Siberian Camembert (E705, ft. Ben Aris):

Heads up, dear readers!

The above Keiser Report is a good lead-in to my two upcoming urgent EARTH SHIFT REPORTS:

1. Grand Experiment Novorossia and the Birth of the New Revolutionary Monetary System.

2. Ruble Wars as the Beginning of the Death of the Dollar.

These two reports are being written as we speak and I will be posting them as they get completed. 

The reports will be posted on my new site Stay tuned!




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Posted on January 15, 2015, in Earth Shift Report, Economy & Investment, Empire Collapse, Eurasia, Geopolitical Trends, Lada Ray, Russia and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on 1EarthUnited and commented:
    TPTB forced all manufacturing overseas, US has become a service based economy, relying on low paying temp jobs with no benefits. Duh life is better in Russia!😉


  2. I will look at this a bit later but I have a question about PCR’s post this morning:

    I can’t find anything mentioned in our MSM-mediash*t about this, but the article in the Mail does exist!



    • I’m not sure this info is true, although it’s wishful thinking of some. Even Americans and Europeans are getting angry for their govts’ actions in Ukraine and start wishing Russia did something with gas.

      On some level it would have been the right thing to do to cut this Gordian knot, to ensure US is left in the cold politically, but Russians are very careful not to disturb even more than what has already been disturbed. They also don’t want to create any bad blood with Europeans. I think they are rightly careful as rabid beast called US has shown it takes no prisoners.

      Besides, Turkey’s terminals aren’t ready yet as far as I know.

      Although floating this kind of hoax as part of infowars is a very good idea, whoever it’s coming from. Keeps Brussels and Berlin on their toes. Gas closure would affect mostly central EU: Bulgaria, Slovakia, Czechia, Austria. Also Italy and Greece. This could tip them over decisively against Merkel and US.

      Overall, I like the idea, but it’s very risky. Ukraine has been stealing gas as usual, but Russia would either shut it off if it became unbearable, or more likely as political pressure on Kiev not to attack Donbass and for EU to help Russia restrain Kiev. For that purpose I think it’s a swell idea. I’ll see what I can find out about it from my sources.

      Also, a lot depends on the EU overall behavior.
      It appears EU is ready to start removing sanctions and they are lingering only because they are mortally afraid of the US and vassals (UK,Canada, Australia, Poland, Baltics). Problem is US and Ukraine completely lost it and are too dangerous; they can concoct another false flag in a jiffy. This worries me most.

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    • A small correction:
      “the natural gas will no longer go through Ukraine. It goes to Turkey. If Europe wants it, Europe can build the pipeline from the Turkish/Greek border.”
      This is what Miller basically said yesterday, and the EU commissioner said it took him by surprise. Miller said that once the Turkish Stream is built, Ukraine will no longer be a transit country as the risks for Europe are too high – they are even very high this winter.
      Miller further said that Europe can build the pipelines within the EU as they see fit. As far as I understand, one of the previous problems with South Stream was that EU wanted Gazprom to build the pipelines in EU, but then give the control over the pipelines to EU. Now EU gets all they control they want, once they are done building it.

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      • That’s not a small correction – it’s a completely different story, Nemo! Thank you. Now it makes sense.
        As I said in my reply to Christa, the way it was presented in Daily Mail (isn’t it a borderline yellow press in the UK? I don’t really follow that junk), it didn’t make any sense.
        Of course they would want to create as much hysteria as possible.
        I am sure Ukraine is also trying to do everything to create anti-Russian hysteria in the EU, so they will be making statements that aren’t only false, but also extremely volatile. Their nazi junta is crumbling, the only way they can prolong their pathetic existence is to blame everything on Russia.
        They learned well from their masters – the US.

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  3. Thanks for that, Lada.
    Very interesting to listen to Ben Aris talking about the current situation in Russia.
    On a related note, some of you might really like to have a peek-a-boo at this:
    I know Lada prefers that we don’t go overboard with links on her blog… but I feel it’s a pretty relevant one.

    PS: I see that Russia has just cut something like 60% of its gas going to and through Ukraine. Apparently 6 other European countries are consequently cooling down rather rapidly as we speak!

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