October 5th, 2015

Гороскоп путешествий

Гороскоп путешествий: http://joker-way.ru/monthly_horoscope.php




Все мы знаем, что отпуск может быть как удачным и запоминающимся, так и неудачным и бестолковым. Выбрать правильное время для своего путешествия – половина успеха. Этот гороскоп построен на индивидуальной интерпретации планетных транзитов на любой момент времени (нельзя только вернуться назад, чтобы посмотреть, а что же было когда-то...). Гороскоп бесплатный.

Из гороскопа вы сможете узнать:
какой день лучше всего выбрать для начала отпуска, чтобы он обеспечил вам максимально запоминающиеся впечатления;
какие дни будут удачными (или наоборот, нежелательными) для перелетов и поездок;
когда лучше арендовать номер в отеле, транспортное средство, договариваться о сервисе и услугах инструктора или повара;
на какие дни планировать самые интересные экскурсии и развлекательные мероприятия;
когда вас может ждать романтическое знакомство или встреча с интересными попутчиками;
когда можно сделать удачные покупки и какие именно;
удачные и опасные дни для занятий экстремальными видами спорта и приключений;
благоприятные дни для оздоровительных, косметических процедур.


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Гороскоп путешествий. http://joker-way.ru/monthly_horoscope.php



Гороскоп путешествий.
http://joker-way.ru/monthly_horoscope.php

Все мы знаем, что отпуск может быть как удачным и запоминающимся, так и неудачным и бестолковым. Выбрать правильное время для своего путешествия – половина успеха. Этот гороскоп построен на индивидуальной интерпретации планетных транзитов на любой момент времени (нельзя только вернуться назад, чтобы посмотреть, а что же было когда-то...). Гороскоп бесплатный.

Из гороскопа вы сможете узнать:
какой день лучше всего выбрать для начала отпуска, чтобы он обеспечил вам максимально запоминающиеся впечатления;
какие дни будут удачными (или наоборот, нежелательными) для перелетов и поездок;
когда лучше арендовать номер в отеле, транспортное средство, договариваться о сервисе и услугах инструктора или повара;
на какие дни планировать самые интересные экскурсии и развлекательные мероприятия;
когда вас может ждать романтическое знакомство или встреча с интересными попутчиками;
когда можно сделать удачные покупки и какие именно;
удачные и опасные дни для занятий экстремальными видами спорта и приключений;
благоприятные дни для оздоровительных, косметических процедур.


Смотрите также:

Jewish oligarchs in Russia.






There are some articles claiming that Putin wasn’t put into power by Jewish oligarchs, that he was completely independent Russian Patriot. The main evidence is declassified documents frin US embassy in Russia in which only one russian witness mentioned - Pyotr Aven, who is in fact Russian oligarch, close friend to Putin and a Jew. Still, that is undeniable fact that Jewish oligarchs helped Putin to became Prime-minister of Russia in 1999. TV channels and media controlled by Jewish oligarch Boris Berezovski also supported him greately on his way to Russian presidency.

Putin’s rise to the presidency was rapid and unexpected. In March 1999 a distinguished group of scholars assembled in Washington DC to discuss the likely candidates for the June 2000 presidential election. The name Vladimir Putin was not mentioned – not even among the dozen or so possible outsider candidates.

Vladimir Putin's meteoric rise from relative obscurity to the Russian presidency in the course of a few short months of 1999 has been attributed to his intimacy with the "Family" as a protege of Berezovsky and Yumashev. By the end of 1999 the Family had persuaded Yeltsin to name Putin his political successor and candidate for the presidency.

Berezovsky's acquaintance with Putin dated back to the early 1990s, when the latter, as Deputy Mayor of St. Petersburg, helped Logovaz establish a car dealership. They enjoyed friendly relations; on occasion, Berezovsky took Putin skiing with him in Switzerland.

Perhaps Berezovsky's most serious impact on the election was the creation of the the new faction supporting Putin, the Unity party, which won the largest share of seats in the Duma with a campaign in which it put forth no serious platform or policy positions.

In 1999 – 2000, Jewish oligarch Berezovsky had full controll over the main state television channel, ORT, which during these years has played a decisive role in promoting Mr Putin and his Unity party, destroying his rivals Yuriy Luzhkov and Evgeniy Primakov for the Russian presidency.

The most brutal propaganda came in the “author’s programs’ of Mikhail Leont’ev and Sergei Dorenko. ORT newscasts devoted 28% of time to Unity, twice as much as to OVR, and the former coverage was positive while the latter was mostly negative. See the report from European Institute for the Media, Monitoring of Media Coverage during the Parliamentary Elections in Russia in December 1999, Dusseldorf.

The December 1999 Duma election, and not the March 2000 presidential poll, was the key electoral event in Putin’s rise. In the course of the year a powerful movement had emerged among regional leaders anxious to consolidate the autonomy they had won during the Yeltsin years.

Jewish oligarch Roman Abramovich stated in a 2005 interview that Putin could obtain Israeli citizenship if he wanted as an ethnic Jew. And that his mother was a Jew Shelomova. This makes Putin full Jewish by Jewish law. Abramovich is chairman of the Federation of Jewish Organizations in Russia (who are allied with the Putin administration) and he also donates money to the Jewish Chabad-Lubavitch movement. Abramovich was the first person who recommended Boris Yeltsin to choose Putin as his successor. When Putin formed his first cabinet of prime minister in 1999, the Jew Abramovich was the one who first held “personal interviews” with each of the candidates before they were approved. After that, Abramovich remained one of Putin’s closest allies.



Vladimir Putin for 16 years  was an officer in the KGB, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel but in 2000 he became an uncrowned Tsar of Russia (1/6 of Earth's land), or rather the new global Shah of Oil and the richest man in the world. It is not wise to be too curious about how the rich got their fortune, but many Russians wonder why they are so poor? Why are they poorer than in the most difficult years of Soviet power, and why does Russia have so many orphans, as if in war? The Russian economy is in decline, and almost nothing is done. Everything is purchased from abroad, even military equipment, although the Soviet Union was a leading exporter. Russia has become a third world country, a raw materials appendage of the industrialized world.

Russia excels some African countries in terms of corruption - 154th place out of 178th. The Russian press mentioned that Vladimir Putin has secret savings of more than 40 billion dollars. People wonder how comrade Vladimir Putin  could make a huge fortune and where he, a former Communist and KGB spy keeps his dollars?

From 2000, when Putin became a new President of Russia, the oil prices have risen considerably and Russian economy received more than 2 trillion dollars from oil and gas trade. Not a cent of this money has been invested into real Russian economy. Part of the oil money goes on imported goods and the rest vanished in the pockets jewish bosses who sit on the oil pipe. The eternal question is: "Who Lives Well in Russia?"  At different times, they were different people, but now everyone knows that life is only good for the super-rich oligarchs, mostly Jews.



Putin did not kill Oligarchic rule in Russia, what nonsense! He pushed back Berezhovsky and Khodorovsky, because they were a threat to his rule, which the Money Power needs to be strong and centralized. Jews have no problem Jewing other Jews.  Honor and justice are traits that are not present in their DNA. The Putin – Oligarch deal is quite clear: The Kremlin for him, the economy for them. According to a report by Russian banking website lenta.ru, 48 Jews were on the list in 2014 with a combined net worth of $132.9 billion, while Jews account for only 0,11% of Russian population. The current wealth of all billionaries in Russia is less than $400 billion.

Among the 48 Jews who made the list, 42 are Ashkenazi and together have a net worth of $122.3 billion; the average net worth of each Ashkenazi billionaire stands at $2.9 billion. The wealthiest Ashkenazi is Mikhail Fridman, who has a net worth is $17.6 billion and is Russa’s second richest man. The Ashkenazi billionaires include Viktor Vekselberg (net worth of $17.2 billion), Leonid Michelson (net worth of $15.6 billion), German Khan (net worth of $11.3 billion), Mikhail Prokhorov (net worth of $10.9 billion), and Roman Abramovich (net worth of $9.1 billion).

This is all the more remarkable in that Russian Jews today form a very small proportion  of Russia’s total population, a mere 0.11 percent (200,000). This is down from a historic high of 5,250,000 in 1914. (LD)

Journalist Nikolai Svanidze, a member of the Public Chamber of Russia, a consultant for the office of President Vladimir Putin, said in response that the list is a “Nazi report” and that the ethnicities of the wealthiest members of Russian society should not be published, as it is “subject to cause issues.”

Oligarchs / Tycoons (mostly Jewish) in Russia.

Abramovich, Roman (net worth - $9.1 billion as of 2014). [...]probably one of the most famous "Russian" oligarhes in the world. Jew Roman Abramovich is one of the richest (or probably the richest) thieves and criminals in Russia, close friend of Yeltsin and protector/curator of Putin[...]Duma member [...] President Vladimir Putin changed the law to abolish elections for regional governors, and on 21 October 2005 Abramovich was reappointed governor for another term." [...]

Vekselberg, Viktor. Jew [...] the richest man of Russia 2012. $15.1B as of 2013. This oligarh of mixed Jewish origin is the owner of numerous oil and metallurgy plants of Russia [...]On good terms with Kremlin and personal frien of Vladimir Putin [...].

Mikhelson, Leonid (net worth - $15.4B as of March 2013). Jew. He controls Novatek - one of the most important natural gas companies in RF. . Deals and partnership with Kremlin-controlled Gazprom is a source of much of his fortune.

Prokhorov, Mikhail Dmitrievitch . multibillionaire (net worth - $13B as of 2013) of Jewish-Russian-Osetian origin, jew by mother's side [...] politician, and owner of the American basketball team the Brooklyn Nets, and different nickel and gold producing factories in Russia. He is well known for his contempt towards workers and awful working conditions in his factories. On decent terms with Kremlin.

Aven, Pyotr. Jewish oligarch banker (Alfa Bank, Alfa Group), controls Russia's largest private bank. (net worth - $5.4 bullion as of 2013). Connected to Putin and key Putin's administration officials since early 1990s.

Deripaska, Oleg (net worth - $8.5B as of 2013). Jew [...] member of the Board of Directors and CEO of United Company RUSAL, the largest aluminium company in the world and a President of Enplus Group[...] Vladimir Putin with Oleg Deripaska, said to be the richest man in Russia and a member of the Kremlin elite. A known buddy of Nathaniel Rotschild. Deripaska is often described as "100% Putin loyalist", "Kremlin-friendly", "closely connected to the Kremlin" and even "the oligarch closest to Putin".

Fedun, Leonid. ancestry unclear (though sometimes believed to be a Jew). (net worth - $7.1B as of 2013), owns one of the most popular football clubs in Russia. Anti-White. Likes Jews, finances campaigns and drives against "xenophobia" and "anti-semitism" in sports (among football fans).

Fridman, Mikhail Maratovich. Jew [...] Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Alfa Group Consortium, which is now one of the Russia's largest privately owned investment groups. In 2011, Forbes assessed his wealth as $15.1 billion, making him the 7th richest man in Russia [...]On excellent terms with Kremlin, member of Putin's Public Chamber; [...]one of the founders of the Russian Jewish Congress[...]large contribution to the work of the European Jewish Fund [...] developing European Jewry and promoting tolerance.

Gutseriev, Mikhail Safarbekovich . Ingush (* non-Slav, Muslim Caucasus ethnicity) entrepreneur and businessman. [...]. His family clan is the richest in Russia in 2013 and recent years. […] after successful deals with Putin's clans, all criminal cases were terminated and his family business is booming.

Kantor, Vyacheslav Moshe. Jewish "chemicals tycoon" ($2.4B as of 2013), heads Acron, one of Russia's (and the world's) biggest fertilizer producers. Known as "Putin's ally and associate" with "close links to the Kremlin"; he is the current president of the European Jewish Congress and ex-president of Russian Jewish Congress, recognized as "one of the '50 Most Influential Jews in the World'" and a big time champion of anti-White thought-policing, repression and indoctrination, in Russia and worldwide.

Kerimov, Suleyman Abusaidovich (Net Worth $10.5 B as of March 2013). an ethnic Lezgin born in Dagestan - a non-Slavic, traditionally Muslim Caucasus peoples, similar to Chechens [...] a secretive Kremlin-connected Russian tycoon. [...]Kerimov sometimes appears to be an extension of the Kremlin, the bankers say [...] the things [he does] seem to be in tandem with the government,” said Chris Barter, former co-chief executive of Goldman Sachs’ Moscow office [...] Suspiciously (*for a non-Jew) well-connected to the American/global juden-bankster oligopoly circles Khan, German. [...] a leading member of the Russian Jewish Congress [...] an active supporter of Jewish initiatives in Russia and Europe [...] large contribution to the work of the European Jewish Fund [...] aimed at developing European Jewry and promoting tolerance [...] On excellent terms with Kremlin. [...].

Mamut, Alexander. Jewish oligarch and mafiozi, he has connections in the top levels of government: First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in Putin's and Medvedev's cabinets, Igor Shuvalov, is an ex employee of Mamut's and they are strongly connected as associates. "He remains very close to the Kremlin and he is understood to be close to Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin". $2.3 B As of March 2013 (official and publicly known wealth).

Rottenberg, Arkadiy (and his brother Boris). Jewish billionaire ($3.3B as of 2013, and $1.4B for Boris Rotenberg) and one of the richest men in Russia, personal friend of Putin, his former judo training partner. The huge capital he earned through personal acquaintance with V. Putin, last years he got practically unrestricted flow of budget money.

Shvidler, Eugene. Another Jewish billionaire ($1.3B as of 2013), natural resources tycoon, friend and partner of Abramovich. Together with Abramovich holds stakes in Evraz group - one of the biggest natural resource companies in Russia.

Usmanov, Alisher. Muslim Asian (Uzbek) - Usmanov, who is Muslim, married Jewish Irina Viner,the richest man of Russia and the United Kingdom. $17.6B as of 2013. [...]For his economic crimes he was even arrest and imprisoned in the Soviet Union. Today he gets awards of Putin [...] has "close links to the Kremlin".

Lesser caliber non-Slavic (mostly Jewish and Muslim) tycoons and Putin's pals benefitting from state contracts: Ziyad Manasir , Iskander Mahmudo , Muslim Ziyaudin Magomedov, Aras Agalarov.

The Jewish Rothschild's who created the Soviet Union at the top. Still own Russia.

Rothschild run Glencore and the Putin Government joined forces to create the world’s largest aluminum company, RUSAL. Nat Rothschild is a fellow RUSAL investor, and best friend of Roman Abramovich. Nat is also close friends, and RUSAL business partners with with Oleg Deripaska.

Deripaska is CEO of RUSAL. Putin selected close friend Oleg Deripaska to represent Russia in ABAC (APEC Business Advisory Council). Deripaska is also a close friends and RUSAL business partners with Roman Abramovich.

The Rothschild Global Financial Advisory is located in downtown Moscow and their website brags of “high level political access” to the Russian government.

The Rothschild family are majority shareholders of Rio Tinto. RUSAL and Rio Tinto are involved in joint mining operations despite so called “sanctions” imposed by the West.

Abramovich is Putin’s close confidant, and a joint shareholder along with the Russian government in assets such as Gazprom, Aeroflot, and RUSAL.


Abramovich is Putin’s close confidant, and a joint shareholder along with the Russian government in assets such as Gazprom, Aeroflot, and RUSAL.



Russia's military aggression in Ukraine fully exposed.



Ukraine displays captured Russian weapons that prove direct Russia's involvement in the conflict in the Eastern Ukraine.


The Chicago Council on Global Affairs estimates the Russian separatists forces have around 36'000 troops (as compared to 34'000 Ukrainian) and out of that 8'500-10'000 are purely Russian soldiers. In addition to that, there are around 1000 GRU troops operating in the area. It also stated that the Russian separatist side enjoys technical advantages over Ukrainian army since the large inflow of advanced military systems in mid-2014: effective anti-aircraft weapons ("Buk", MANPADS) suppress Ukrainian air strikes, Russian drones provide intelligence and Russian secure communications system prevent Ukrainian side from communications intelligence. Russian side also frequently employed electronic warfare systems that Ukraine doesn't have. Similar conclusions about technical advantage of the Russian separatists were voiced by Conflict Studies Research Centre.

Center for Eurasian Strategic Intelligence estimated, based on "official statements and interrogation records of captured military men from these units, satellite surveillance data" as well as verified announcements from relatives and profiles in social networks, that over 30 Russian military units are taking part in the conflict in Ukraine. In total, there was over 8 thousand soldiers fighting there at different moments.

In November 2014, Armament Research Services published a detailed report on arms used by both sides of conflict, documenting a number of "flag items". Among vehicles they documented presence of T-72B Model 1989 and T-72B3 tanks, armoured vehicles of models BTR-82AM, MT-LB 6MA, MT-LBVM, and MT-LBVMK, and an Orlan-10 drone and 1RL239 radar vehicle. Among the ammunition, they documented 9K38 Igla (date of manufacture 2014), ASVK rifle (2012), RPG-18 rocket launchers (2011), 95Ya6 rocket boosters (2009) MRO-A (2008), 9M133 Kornet anti-tank weapons (2007), PPZR Grom (2007), MON-50 (2002), RPO-A (2002), PKP (2001), OG-7 (2001), and VSS rifles (1987). These weapons, manufactured in Russia, were seen in the zone of conflict used by pro-Russian separatists, but never were in the Ukrainian government inventory.

Since counting began on September 1, 2014 until June 1, 2015, the European monitoring mission on the Russian side of the border has recorded 20,021 men in military uniforms crossing to and from rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine.

There is also evidence that indicates the Buk missile system, widely believed to have been used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on 17 July, came from Russia. Russia is the only country in UN which voted against international tribunal on that matter.

In September 2015 OSCE monitoring mission spotted Russ ian TOS-1 "Buratino" thermobaric weapon launchers in separatis training area near Lugansk.

According to Forbes, Russian government have Inadvertently posted Casualties In Ukraine: 2,000 Deaths, 3,200 Disabled.

I have to remind, that because of Putin's military intervention in Ukraine and his plan to rebuild red soviet empire, dozens of thousands of Ukrainian people are already dead.




No war in East and South Ukraine would have taken place without Russian-backed terrorists.



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Russia's FSB colonel Igor Strelkov openly stated: "I Am Responsible for War in Eastern Ukraine". “I was the one who pressed the trigger of that war. If our unit had not crossed the border, it would have all ended as it did in Kharkiv or Odesa. Several dozen casualties, those with burns and those arrested. And that would have been the end of it… It was practically our unit, which got this ongoing war moving.”

In April 2014, Strelkov, joined by armed irregulars from Russia, marched from Crimea to the provincial city of Sloviansk, which is strategically located between the population centers of Donetsk and Kharkiv. "In the beginning, nobody there wanted to fight," Strelkov recalls. He and his men attacked a police station in Sloviansk and created facts on the ground. Later, he became the so-called defense minister of the separatist Donetsk People's Republic.

The essence of the interview is a confessionary statement by Girkin-Strelkov claiming that nowar in East and South Ukraine would have taken place without the involvement of terrorists sent from Russia, and in particular, the group that he commanded. A close translation of his statement reads: “I was the one who pressed the trigger of that war. If our unit had not crossed the border, it would have all ended as it did in Kharkiv or Odesa. Several dozen casualties, those with burns and those arrested. And that would have been the end of it… It was practically our unit, which got this ongoing war moving.”

Regarding the local population, which, according to the Russian propaganda, “stood up to protect the Russian world against the Ukrainian fascists,” the Girkin-Strelkov’s story of this goes as follows: “No-one wanted to make war at first… but in April and May [of 2014] everything was building up, and the rebellion area was expanding. We (!) were gradually taking control of populated areas of the Donetsk Republic.”

The “we” pronoun that Girkin uses to refer to the group of Russian terrorists under his own command means a lot in this case. It was precisely “them,” the Russian mercenaries, who “took control of” the Donbas.

According to the “DNR’s Minister for Defense,” this is what was going on in Donetsk before Girkin’s mercenaries marched in: “When we came into Donetsk, everything was just fine there. There was a mayor from Kyiv, the Department of Internal Affairs was still under Kyiv’s command… Donetsk was a totally peaceful city at that time. People were sunbathing on the beaches, sportsmen working out, drinking coffee at the cafe’s. Donetsk looked just like Moscow in summer… My soldiers were eager to seize and disperse all these civilians in the rear.”

Further important evidence from Girkin relates to the crucial role of the Russian troops, referred to in the interview as “vacationers.” It is obvious they are serving Russian military personnel, and not ex-members of the armed forces or security services, who Girkin clearly distinguishes from his own army which is composed of the “vacationers” and local militia. The phrases “managed to hold on till the “vacationers” came” and “Mariupol was mainly attacked by the ‘vacationers’” and similar indicate that the former “DNR’s Minister for Defense” openly acknowledges that the main forces that are against Ukraine in Donetsk and Luhansk are the serving troops of the Russian army disguised under the name of “vacationers.”

Girkin’s statements about his constantly receiving “commands” and “instructions,” which he attempted to strictly follow, are also of importance. Girkin refutes entirely the propaganda voice on air at the federal level that the initial objective of the whole “Novorossiya” project was to set up an independent state when he says, “First I expected the Crimean scenario – that Russia was going to take over. That was the best option. And the local population was hoping for it. No one cared to fight for the Luhansk or the Donetsk Republics.”