Russian military power is a myth. Even their Nuclear rockets aren’t restaurated since the Cuban crisis. Just the KGB happened to he greedy enough, to invest all the stolen Trillions of Euros, Dollars, and Gold – from it’s “Soviet” Stalin’s colonies, which means half of the World, including their own Russia after 1989. Where they have been greedy enough to invest these immense capitals?

Through anonymous offshore tools, that feed countries like Latvia, Cypress, Switzerland, the KGB structured – by their scientific manipulative corruption schemes, the laundry haven of International Dirty Capital, under the jurisdiction of KGB, in The City of London, England, where UGLE still has itself as a World Authority in some African countries, or Eastern European…

KGB invest all capitals robbed for 20 years by Stalin’s pseudo communists Colonies – actually KGB since Stalin has already been a Russian’s International Nazi Conspirative Power. They invest it all in the West!!!

To Inform is to Influence

Photo by Vadim Savitsy/EPA/Russian Defense Ministry

By Reuters and VICE News

November 2, 2015 | 2:09 pm

Russia has been bombing targets in Syria for over a month — an intervention in the country’s four-and-a-half-year civil war that the Kremlin insists will boost the capability of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to fight the radical Islamic State (IS) insurgency.

The militant group seems to keep gaining ground, however.

On Sunday, IS seized Maheem, a predominantly Christian town in the Homs province, killing 50 government fighters.

The assault began with a devastating twin suicide-car bombing, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Shortly after taking the town, IS boasted of the conquest in an official statement that described the town as “strategically important.” The group noted that along with the capture came valuable weapons caches.

The advance brings IS within 13 miles of a pivotal north-south highway that links Damascus to Syria’s other main cities: Homs, Hama, and Aleppo.


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