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Dmitry Orlov Views on the US Collapse



March 31, 2009 – Comments (7) | RELATED TICKERS: AOBC , FAZ , SDS

I like the free press, but I would never be comfortable providing information to a foreign press that does not support my nations interest. Probably kind of stupid view, I guess the internet drops the barriers to make this possible.

But RT does interview some interesting people the US media ignores, including Schiff, Rogers, Celente, Faber etc....It is sort of bizarre you have to go to RT access different views?

I have posted on Dmitry Orlov before he is capitializing on the "American Collapse" idea. I think he provides some wisdom based on his experience during the Soviet collapse that is definately worth knowing. America must work on starting a new economy and not restarting the old one or it will resemble the former Soviet Union, says author and blogger Dmitry Orlov.

JGus and I have posted on Dmitry Orlov before, you can search it.

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#1) On March 31, 2009 at 11:23 PM, JGus (28.21) wrote:

Another great find, Abit! Orlov has a lot to teach the US, but I seriously doubt that those who really need to listen (policy makers) ever will.

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#2) On March 31, 2009 at 11:43 PM, russiangambit (28.83) wrote:

One point he makes, that I haven't heard anywhere else is the military personnel returning, and prisoners being let out. That is not going to be good for the unemployment rate and safety. Also, a good point about starting a small independent business. This is exactly how people survived and eventually prospered after the USSR collapse.

As a side note, the US is simply not allowed to collapse. I will not have it. -)) That would be a second empire collapse in my life . I was there when USSR fell apart and when Russia defaulted in 1997. That was enough excitement to last a lifetime. Thank you very much.


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#3) On April 01, 2009 at 1:22 AM, Tastylunch (28.69) wrote:

Holy cow Marina Portnaya is really pretty

Oh wait this blog is the about other person :)

Speaking of Russia Today, funny coincidence you should bring it up, I saw a vid today they ran a couple days ago about Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) that was a bit worrisome if true.


Normally I dismiss this sort of story as conspiracy rubbish pro Russia propaganda (I have my doubts about Russia Today's agenda), but in this Post-Bush enivronment and the corroborating stories I've read suggest it might not be unwarranted fears

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#4) On April 01, 2009 at 10:46 AM, FleaBagger (27.52) wrote:

In what way does the U.S. media ignore Peter Schiff?

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#5) On April 01, 2009 at 11:22 AM, FleaBagger (27.52) wrote:

Nice video about Obama violating our civil rights. I think almost everybody assumed that whatever else he was going to do, Obama would do less spying on his own nation (or Republicans thought no one was spying on their own nation anyway), but I've been trying to get people to wake up. Obama is even more aggressively taking our money and giving it to the super-wealthy, and he's even more aggressively spying on us and consolidating federal government power. He's a figurehead for gov't lifers who had lots of power "under" Bush, and his administration is all about expanding their power.

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#6) On April 01, 2009 at 11:56 AM, abitare (30.16) wrote:


Schiff was ignored for about 3 years. Now he is o everyday.

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#7) On April 01, 2009 at 11:56 AM, abitare (30.16) wrote:


Schiff was ignored for about 3 years. Now he is o everyday.

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