Russia celebrates the arrival of 2013

18 comments on “Russia celebrates the arrival of 2013
  1. snoop diddy says:

    There’s something I just learnt – Russia kept the soviet anthem and just changed the words – cool, I always thought it was one of the best anthems.

  2. Sir Halibut says:

    is Putin like the Russian version of the Queen?

  3. snoop diddy says:

    lol, pretty much

  4. MEJ says:

    Heh, yeah, the Russian prexy always gives a New Year’s speech with all the typical motherhood-and-apple-pelmenyi content. Nice contrast to the speech our USA prexy had to give, which was “Not Done Yet” in regards to the fiscal-cliff negotiations. Ho-Hum, nitey-nite and Happy New Year, all.

  5. snoop diddy says:

    Louis CK on “The Black King of England” – Louie Season 2

  6. OlympiaLogger says:

    Yeah, okay.

    As long as he hates the Rothschild’s and actually DOES something about kicking the crap out of them…

    …I’ll listen to what he has to say.

    Really cool sig. line:

  7. jischinger says:

    when you think about it Putin should have been the man of the year

  8. Steele says:

    Awesome! I love Russia, lets hope they do well! 🙂

  9. Sirial says:

    Wait is there anybody that thinks Putin is good for people ? That he is not in it for himself ? That he is not part of the global elite? That he is some kind fantasy hero knight that will save the world from oppression and corruption ?

  10. dlweld says:

    What if they held a new years celebration and nobody came? Where were the celebrants, the crowds? Looked pretty empty to me – typically Russian I suppose.

  11. :Dman says:

    It was good to hear his support of family as being the strength of Russian society, but over the years this traditional speech has been richer in substance (however rhetorical the points may have been) than this flat liner. In Russia, many households are gathered around the tv to hear this speech in anticipation of what can be expected for the coming year. Putin’s demeanor shows more of a ‘gulp’ impression of what he knows is coming.
    @olympia – this guy works for Rothschild fella, and nobody else. Any idea that he is bucking their system is merely theater in keeping kontrol over people’s ideologies that ‘he’s the man’.
    @dweld – the crowds are there in Red Square and surrounding areas, bigtime. It is merely the Russian way to portray that all is calm.

    Thanks for posting this. It brings back some fond memories of living in Sochi for so many years.

  12. LogPisser says:

    people on here comparing putin to the queen? i’d like to see the queen out wrestle a bear

  13. OlympiaLogger says:

    Maybe. The scuttlebutt I got all summer was that he kicked most of the rest of Khordocofsky’s
    Group out, all of whom were on the Rothschild, Soros oil and banking payroll. He started his
    Move back around 2007 when he used the Russian oil and gas profits to pay off the country’debt
    To Rothschild’s banks.
    But…at that level they’re all professional liars and murders almost literraly in lucifer’s pocket.

    I just hope the intel was true. If it is, then he’s worth a listen.

  14. jischinger says:

    I don’t know enough about Putin or the modern Russian Culture to judge one way or the other. I’ve seen and read many stories about the corruption since the fall – from both sides.

    but one thing never escapes me when I read about Russia today, Great Britain stabbing them in the back during the 1760s, it strikes me that that one act has never been resolved and the mistrust between these nations has continued ever since.

  15. H.Lang says:

    He forgot to wish for the improvement of his fellow-Russian’s driving skills

    Driving in Russia

  16. MEJ says:

    Yeah the Rothschilds are deep in the middle of Russian banking, but I liked to read old history about the Yukos deal. According to the Washington Times, Putin shut that down less than 24 hours before Khodorkovsky was going to hand over the ownership to Papa Jacob R. hisself. It was the old “tax fraud” ploy that we used against Al Capone. Only Putin is now a goat because nobody snaps the wallet shut on Rothschild fingers and gets away with it. He still has to play nice with the ones who can shoot down the ruble if they get mad enough.

  17. OlympiaLogger says:


    Yeah, the thing I noticed, and never saw any comments on it in the msm news, was how fast the Putin Protests hit the street. They were straight from central casting on Rothschild funding.

    No doubt even Putin has to watch his step with an Khazarian, Ashkenazi protomafia nightmare like the Bronstein/Bauer’s discharge… er… offspring.

    As long as he can have some control over them, I don’t really care of Putin is from the 8th circle of hell — the rothschild’s are from the 9th.

  18. OlympiaLogger says:


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