At 0943hrs., on Saturday, November 6, 1999, Prophet Hansen received the following prophecy from the Lord:

"Russia, oh Russia...Oh how I have longed to love you as a bear loves her young; to protect you, and feed, and guide you, and bless you. Yet, all I can do is blind you and curse you, for you have rejected me and my people, and now I am preparing to totally reject you as a nation. I will curse you with plagues, disease, death. The death angels will be released against you for you have tormented me with your ever-babbling nonsense and merciless torture of my people.

Prepare Russia, for the end is near. For your name will no longer be known amongst the nations as a mighty warrior, but as a defeated, humiliated and hated foe. You have cursed me and my people. Now my anger will take revenge for my name's sake and for the blood of my people that you have slaughtered.

Oh, Church in Russia, come out of her and her sins of adultery and be covered with my blood, or let the blood of my saints damn you, judge you and destroy you. For my mercy and grace have reached their limits and judgment is falling., thus saith the Lord God Jesus Christ who you are now in battle against."

Prophecy Warning in Russian:

На 0943hrs., в воскресенье 6-ое ноябрь 1999, пророк Hansen получил следующее пророчество от лорда:

"Россия, oh Россия... Oh как я longed для того чтобы полюбить вас как медведь любит ее детенышей; защитить вас, и подать, и направить вас, и благословить вас. Но, все я могу сделать слепо вы и проклясть вас, ибо вы излучали меня и мои людей, и теперь я подготовляю полностью излучить вас как нация. Я прокляну вас с чумами, заболеванием, смертью. Ангелы смерти будут выпущены против вас для вас tormented я с вашими всегда-лепеча вздором и безпощадно пыткой моих людей.

Подготовьте Россию, ибо конец близко. Для вашего имени больше не не знает среди наций по мере того как могущественный ратник, а как нанесенный поражение, унижанный и ый враг. Вы проклинали меня и мои людей. Теперь мой гнев примет реванш для моего имени ради и для крови моих людей которые вы зарезали.

Oh, церковь в России, приденном из ее и ее согрешений прелюбодеяния и предусматривайте с моей кровью, или препятствуйте крови моего проклятья Святых вы, судите вас и разрушайте вас. Для моих пощады и фиоритуры достигните их пределы и суждение понижается., таким образом saith Иисус Христос лорда Бог которого вы теперь в сражении против."

History of Russia:

Past Russia: By the 7th century B.C., the northern shore of the Black Sea and the Crimea were controlled by Scythians. The Scythians were displaced by the Sarmatians in the 3rd century B.C. The Turkic Khazars built up a powerful state in the 7th century and Eastern Bulgars established their empire in the Volga region in the 8th century. By the 9th century, Eastern Slavs settled in Ukraine, Belarus, and in the regions of Novgorod and Smolensk. The chief Slavic tribes in South Russia were dominated by the Khazars.

The origin of the Russian state coincides with the arrival of the Varangians in the 9th century. Tradition says the Viking Rurik came to Russia in 862 and founded the first Russian dynasty in Novgorod. His successor, Oleg, united Eastern Slavs and signed a commercial treaty in 911 with the Byzantine Empire. Christianity was made the state religion by Vladimir "the Saint" who was converted in 988.

In 1240, Kiev was destroyed by the Mongols, and the Russian territory was split into numerous dukedoms. Tatars established the empire of the Golden Horde in southern Russia. In the late 15th century, Ivan III (Ivan the Great) ended the dominance of the Golden Horde, renovated the Moscow Kremlin, and laid the foundations of the Russian state.

In 1547, Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) was crowned czar of all Russia. He crushed the power of rival princes and boyars (great landowners), but Russia remained largely medieval until the reign of Peter the Great (1689-1725). Catherine the Great (1762-1796) expanded Russian territory, acquiring the Crimea, Ukraine, and part of Poland. During the reign of Alexander I (1801-1825), Napoleon's attempt to subdue Russia was defeated and new territory was gained. Alexander II (1855-1881) pushed Russia's borders to the Pacific and central Asia.

Serfdom was abolished in 1861 with the Emancipation Manifesto, but restrictions were imposed on the emancipated class. Revolutionary strikes forced Nicholas II to establish a parliament (Duma), which met for the first time in 1906.

In March 1917, disorders broke out in Petrograd (renamed Leningrad and then St. Petersburg). Nicholas II was forced to abdicate on March 15, 1917, and he and his family were killed by revolutionaries on July 16, 1918. A provisional government under successive Prime Ministers, Prince Lvov and Alexander Kerensky, lost ground to the Bolshevik wing of the Socialist Democratic Labor Party. On November 7, 1917, the Bolshevik Revolution, engineered by Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky, overthrew the Kerensky government, and authority was vested in a Council of People's Commissars, with Lenin as prime minister.

The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk on March 3, 1918 concluded the war with Germany in World War I, with Russia ceding large tracts of territory.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was established on December 30, 1922. The death of Lenin on January 21, 1924, precipitated a struggle between Joseph Stalin and Trotsky. Trotsky was dismissed as commissar of war in 1925 and banished from the Soviet Union in 1929. He was murdered in Mexico City on August 21, 1940 by a political agent.

Stalin became Prime Minister on May 6, 1941. Stalin sent millions of Soviets who did not conform to forced-labor camps and a vast number of ethnic groups, especially Jews and Ukrainians, were persecuted. Soviet historian Roy Medvedev estimated about 20 million died from starvation, executions, forced collectivization, and life in the labor camps under Stalin's rule.

Soviets were friendly at first toward Germany and antagonistic toward Britain and France. After the rise to power of Adolf Hitler in 1933, the country became anti-Fascist and pro-League of Nations. The USSR took an abrupt turn on August 24, 1939, by signing of a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany. The Soviet-German collaboration ended on June 22, 1941, when Hitler attacked seizing 500,000 square miles of Russian territory.

After World War II, the Soviet Union, United States, Great Britain, and France divided Berlin and Germany into zones of occupation, which led to antagonism between the Soviet and Western powers, culminating in the Berlin blockade in 1948. The USSR's control over Communist states was dubbed the "Iron Curtain" by Winston Churchill. It marked the beginning of the cold war between the U.S. and the USSR. Stalin died on March 6, 1953.

Nikita S. Khrushchev formalized the eastern European system into a Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (Comecon) and a Warsaw Pact Treaty Organization as a counterweight to NATO. The Soviet Union exploded a hydrogen bomb in 1953, developed an intercontinental ballistic missile by 1957, sent the first satellite into space (Sputnik I) in 1957, and put Yuri Gagarin in the first orbital flight around Earth in 1961. Khrushchev was forced into retirement on October 15, 1964, and replaced by Leonid I. Brezhnev as first secretary of the party and Aleksei N. Kosygin as premier.

U.S. president Jimmy Carter and Brezhnev signed the SALT II treaty in Vienna on June 18, 1979, setting ceilings on each nation's arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles. The U.S. Senate refused to ratify the treaty because of the invasion of Afghanistan by Soviet troops on December 27.

Leonid Brezhnev died on November 10, 1982. He was succeeded by Yuri V. Andropov, former head of the KGB, but he died in February 1984, to be succeeded by Konstantin Chernenko. On March 10, 1985, Chernenko died and was replaced by Mikhail Gorbachev. Gorbachev did not assume the title of president but wielded power from the post of party general secretary.

Gorbachev introduced reforms, bringing glasnost and perestroika, "openness" and "restructuring," to the Soviet system. He established warmer relations with the West, ended the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, and announced that the Warsaw Pact countries were free to pursue their own agendas.

On April 24, 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear plant had a meltdown. The USSR was criticized for its reluctance to provide information about the accident.

In 1990, Gorbachev was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Also in 1990, Boris Yeltsin began challenging the authority of the federal government and resigned from the Communist Party. On August 29, 1991, an attempted coup against Gorbachev was orchestrated. Yeltsin barricaded himself in the Russian parliament and called for national strikes during the coup. Gorbachev dissolved the Communist Party and proposed the formation of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), which gave most of the Soviet Socialist Republics their independence, binding them together in a primarily economic federation. Russia and ten other former Soviet republics joined the CIS on December 21, 1991. Gorbachev resigned on December 25, and Yeltsin became president.

The president of the southern republic of Chechnya led a drive for independence in 1994. In December, Russian troops closed the borders and were met with resistance. In May 1997, the war formally ended with the signing of a peace treaty that avoided the issue of Chechen independence.

In March 1998, Yeltsin dismissed the entire government and replaced Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin with Sergei Kiriyenko. On August 28, 1998, the government halted trading of the ruble on international currency markets. Then, Yeltsin sacked Kiriyenko and reappointed Chernomyrdin. The Duma rejected Chernomyrdin on September 11, and installed Yevgeny Primakov as prime minister.

The Duma attempted to impeach Boris Yeltsin in May 1999, but the motion was quickly squashed. Yeltsin dismissed Primakov and substituted Interior Minister Sergei Stepashin. Then, Yeltsin ousted Stepashin and replaced him with Vladimir Putin on August  9. Yeltsin resigned on December 31, and Vladimir Putin became the acting president.

On March 26, 2000, Putin won the presidential election. In August, the Russian government was criticized for its handling of the Kursk disaster, a nuclear submarine accident that left 118 sailors dead.

On October 23, 2002, Chechen rebels seized a Moscow theater and detained 763 people, including 3 Americans. Wired with explosives, the rebels demanded that the Russian government end the war in Chechnya. Government forces stormed the theater after releasing a gas into the theater that killed all the rebels and more than 100 hostages.

In March 2003, Chechens voted in a referendum that approved a regional constitution making Chechnya a separatist republic within Russia. In April, Sergei Yushenkov, became the third outspoken critic of the Kremlin to be assassinated in five years. In October 2003, billionaire Mikhail Khodorkovsky was arrested on charges of fraud and tax evasion.

In March 2004, Putin was re-elected president. International election observers considered the process less than democratic. In September, dozens of heavily armed guerrillas seized a school in Beslan and held schoolchildren, teachers, and parents hostage. Hundreds of hostages were killed. Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev  claimed responsibility. Also, in September, Russia endorsed the Kyoto Protocol on climate change. It was the final endorsement needed to put the protocol into effect worldwide.

Present Russia: On March 8, 2005, former Chechen president and rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov was killed by Russian special forces. On May 31, Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sentenced to nine years in prison.

In July 2006, Russia announced the killing of Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev. In November, Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB agent who had been critical of the Kremlin, died from poisoning by a radioactive substance. On his deathbed, he accused Putin of masterminding his murder.

In December 2006, Russia doubled the price of gas exported to Belarus and imposed a large duty on oil exports. Belarus imposed a tax on Russian gas in January 2007. Russia then shut off an oil export pipeline to Europe. By mid-January, Russia agreed to cut its oil duty and Belarus agreed to cut its tax.

In February 2007, Putin dismissed the president of Chechnya, Alu Alkhanov, and appointed Ramzan Kadyrov.

In April 2007, Boris Yeltsin died. Putin nominated Viktor Zubkov as prime minister in September. The Duma confirmed the nomination. In December, Putin endorsed Dmitri Medvedev in the presidential election.

Medvedev won the March 2008 presidential election. On April 15, Putin was chosen as chairman of the United Russia party and agreed to become prime minister. On May 6, 2008, Dmitry Medvedev was sworn in as president.

In August 2008, fighting between Georgia and its two breakaway regions, South Ossetia and Abkhazia, broke out. Russia sent hundreds of troops to support the enclaves, launched airstrikes, and moved to occupy areas of Georgia. After a cease-fire agreement was signed between Russia and Georgia, President Dmitri Medvedev severed diplomatic ties with Georgia, officially recognized South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent regions and pledged military assistance from Russia.

In November 2008, Erosi Kitsmarishvili, a former Georgian diplomat to Moscow, testified that the Georgian government was responsible for starting the conflict with Russia. Kitsmarishvili stated that Georgian officials told him that they planned to start a war and were supported by the U.S. government.

On March 24, 2010, the United States and Russia agreed to lower the limit on deployed strategic warheads by 25% and launchers by 50%.

Two female suicide bombers detonated bombs in two Moscow subways stations, killing at least 39 people in late March 2010. Doku Umarov, a former Chechen separatist and the self-proclaimed emir of the north Caucasus, claimed responsibility for the attack.

On April 8, President Barack Obama and President Medvedev signed the arms treaty, called New Start, in Prague.

In June 2010, the FBI announced it had infiltrated a Russian spy ring that had agents operating undercover in several U.S. cities. Ten people were arrested and charged with espionage. Days later, the U.S. and Russia completed a prisoner exchange, with 12 suspected spies deported to Russia and four men accused of spying on the West were sent to the United States.

In June 2011, Russia agreed to loan Belarus three billion dollars. In exchange for the loan, Russian officials demanded that Belarus sell its factories to Russian companies.

In November 2011, Russia agreed on a gas deal that gave Belarus more than $14 billion in loans and discounts on natural gas. In return, Belarus gave full control of the Yamal-Europe natural gas pipeline to Gazprom, a Russian energy company. Also in November, Georgia and Russia agreed to a Swiss-mediated proposal allowing for the monitoring of trade flow. The agreement also allowed Russia to join the World Trade Organization.

The December 4, 2011 parliamentary elections sparked protests. International and local monitors condemned the election as fraudulent. United Russia received nearly 50 percent of the vote, but lost 77 seats. Monitors said that United Russia would have lost more seats were it not for ballot-box stuffing and voting irregularities. Over 40,000 Russians rallied near the Kremlin on December 10. Activists called for Putin's resignation and denounced the election results. On December 12, billionaire industrialist Mikhail D. Porkhorov announced his plan to run for president.

On December 24, around 80,000 people protested in Moscow against the parliamentary election. It was the first demonstration with two high-level figures in attendance. Aleksei L. Kudrin, a former Finance Minister, gave a speech expressing support for the protestors' demands. Mikhail D. Porkhorov was also in the crowd.

In February 2012, Russia and China blocked an effort by the United Nations Security Council to end violence in Syria. Both countries vetoed the resolution just hours after the Syrian military launched an assault on the city of Homs. President Medvedev awarded Syrian writer and poet Ali Ukla Ursan a Pushkin Medal. Ursan had publicly expressed anti-Semitic opinions and praised the 9/11/2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S.

In late February 2012, Russian and Ukrainian intelligence worked together to stop an assassination attempt against Vladimir Putin. Two men were arrested in Odessa after an apartment explosion. A third would-be assassin was killed in the explosion. Officials said the men were sent by Doku Umarov, a Chechen terrorist leader.

On March 4, 2012, Vladimir Putin won the presidential election. Observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe challenged the election, saying Putin won because he had no competition and government spending at his disposal. The U.S. and European Union (EU) called for an investigation. Thousands of demonstrato took to the streets in Moscow chanting, "Russia without Putin", with similar demonstrations in St. Petersburg. In May, demonstrations turned violent. The day before Putin's inauguration, 20,000 demonstrators fought with police near the Kremlin. The demonstrators taken into police custody were sent to military draft offices.

On June 8, 2012, Putin signed a law imposing a fine on organizers of protests and people who take part in them. Four days later, protesters took to the Moscow streets in response to the law. In July, three members of a punk band called Pussy Riot were arrested and put on trial for hooliganism after performing an anti-Putin song on the altar of Moscow's main Orthodox cathedral. The band members claimed their demonstration was political, not an attack on Orthodox Christians. Three members of the band were convicted on August 17 of hooliganism, and sentenced to two years in a penal colony.

On August 22, 2012, Russia became a member of the World Trade Organization. On October 10, a court in Moscow freed one of the members of Pussy Riot. Yekaterina Samutsevich was released after judges accepted her lawyer's argument that she played less of a role in the performance.

In June 2013, Duma passed an anti-gay bill with a 436-0 vote. Backed by the Kremlin, the legislation banned the "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations." Vladimir Putin signed the law in July.

On September 9, 2013, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry suggested that a strike on Syria could be averted if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad agreed to hand over all chemical weapons. Russia and the U.S. reached an agreement that Syria must provide an inventory of its chemicals weapons or destroy them. On September 16, the United Nations (UN) confirmed in a report that the chemical agent sarin was used near Damascus.

In December 2013, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina, members of Pussy Riot, were released from prison. On December 29, at least sixteen people were killed in a suicide bombing at a railroad station in Volgograd. The next day,  another suicide bombing took place on a trolley bus. At least ten people were killed and ten others were wounded.

On February 7, 2014, Russia kicked off the Olympic Games in Sochi. On the same day as the opening ceremony, a passenger on a Turkish jetliner told the crew that a bomb was on board and to fly the plane to Sochi. The crew landed in Istanbul and the suspect was taken into custody with no bomb found.

On March 1, 2014, Vladimir Putin dispatched troops to Crimea, which surrounded Ukrainian military bases and took over government buildings and airports. The move sparked international outrage and condemnation. Putin signed a treaty stating that Russia had annexed Crimea on March 18. Neither the U.S. nor the European Union recognized Crimea as part of Russia.

On March 21, 2014, the European Union and Ukraine signed a portion of the EU Association Agreement which lended political support to Ukraine. Ukraine withdrew its military from Crimea on March 24. The UN General Assembly passed a resolution on March 27 declaring Russia's annexation of Crimea illegal. One hundred countries voted in favor, 11 voted against, and 58 abstained. On the same day, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Ukraine $18 billion as long as the country implemented austerity measures, and the U.S. Congress approved a $1 billion aid package.

On April 17, 2014, in Geneva, representatives from the U.S., Russia, Ukraine, and the EU reached an agreement stating that all illegal armed groups would lay down their arms and all buildings seized illegally would be surrendered. Both sides agreed to end the violence and intolerance, with anti-Semitism being singled out. Russia did not commit to withdrawing troops from the Ukrainian border and pro-Russian separatists refused to vacate buildings.

On April 28, 2014, the U.S. announced sanctions on seven Russian individuals and 17 companies with close ties to Putin. The EU followed suit with sanctions.

On May 7, 2014, Putin announced the withdrawal of troops from the Ukrainian border and urged separatists to abandon plans for a referendum on autonomy. Pro-Russian separatists said they would hold a referendum anyway. The referendums on autonomy were held in Donetsk and Luhansk on May 11 with both provinces overwhelmingly approving them.

In June 2014, a deal was signed to complete the Austrian section of the South Stream gas pipeline for transporting Russian gas to Europe, which bypassed the transit route through Ukraine. In December, Russia stopped the gas pipeline construction project following European sanctions in response to Russia's annexation of Crimea.

On September 3, 2014, France announced it would delay the delivery of Mistral warships to Russia over the crisis in Ukraine.

On September 5, 2014, representatives from the Ukrainian government, Russian-backed separatists, Russia, and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, announced a ceasefire.

The Future of Europe:

Man versus God is the battle that the majority of Europeans are in. Europe has now become the dark continent where most people live their lives in direct violation of the laws of God (Jesus Christ). Men have tried to eradicate even the knowledge of God by burning Bibles, closing churches and persecuting true Christians. Traditions, myths, fairy tales, philosophies, science, medicine, religions, sports etc., has taken the place of obedience to the Holy Scriptures (Colossians 2:8). Humanism is simply man choosing his own set of values, beliefs and morality instead of submitting to God's standards. Humanism or secularism in the Bible is called "idolatry".

Man wants to constantly blame God for all his misfortunes and the injustice found in society. Men constantly make statements showing their total ignorance of the Word of God and God's character. For example, "If God existed then why did he allow Hitler to kill millions of Jews," or, "If God exists why is there so much needless fighting and countless wars; why the rapes, incest and poverty etc." The answer is so very simple yet so difficult for the proud to understand.

The Bible tells us that people's pride make them unable to understand basic truth. Pride causes rebellion and rejects truth so a spirit of deception takes over. 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 reads, "And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness." The truth is that God is not ruling the world today, man is. Man is responsible for the wars, rapes and deaths not God. You first must understand how you are made to be able to understand why God does not interfere with your decisions. But, because God does not interfere with your decisions, you cannot blame him for your problems. If God did intervene, would not you then blame Him for being a tyrant and making you a robot? Men must face the truth; they cannot have it both ways. Either God interferes in our lives thus making us inhuman without free choice to govern our own destiny, or God allows for free choice of decisions (giving the possibility of real love and obedience). Genesis 1:27, "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." People are totally different than the animals. God breathed his Holy Spirit into man thus morality. Genesis 1:26, "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." People have a conscience, knowing good from evil intuitively. Animals perform by instinct. God made man to have sex for pleasure, intimacy, fellowship and reproduction. The only restrictions placed upon man by God is that sex is to be within the confines of marriage and that man is responsible for the life that he chooses to create during that sexual experience (Psalms 127:3). Once again we must understand that man is created like God. Man's very constitution is made like God so man cannot go against the components of his very fabric, lest he breaks the laws of his own creation and starts to self-destruct as glass, rubber or any other creation deteriorates and breaks when used improperly. Man is made to experience the utmost in happiness, fulfillment, satisfaction and enjoyment when having sex with his lifelong partner in marriage. Genesis 2:18, 21-24 God said, "...It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a help meet for him... And the Lord God, caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof; And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man. Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh." Emotional problems (psychosomatic diseases), physical diseases, mental sicknesses and spiritual death result when men tamper with the way they were created.

Immorality blasphemes marriage as an institution created by God to protect the sanctity of marriage and sexual intercourse. Immorality is a manifestation of idolatry which is rebellion against God and subtly destroys a person and nation as a beast mentality starts to replace the human soul from the living attributes of God. Marriage has responsibilities toward one another so a person doesn't become totally selfish (a beast), which is total insensitivity to the needs of anyone other than himself. Immorality manifests its filthy destruction upon the human race (soul) of mankind in the following different forms: fornication, adultery, homosexuality, lesbianism, cross-dressing, incest, sodomy, rape, bestiality, prostitution, pornography, etc.

People are so hypocritical. They want to govern their own affairs yet they want to blame God for the consequences of their decisions. People must take responsibility for their decisions and actions. God is not to blame for Hitler killing 6 millions Jews. People are to blame for voting him into office and not rising up against his anti-human actions. Nations once again are made up of people and they are also to blame for not stopping him sooner. God is not responsible for the poverty in the countries today. Selfish leaders and people are to blame for wanting more than others have and having no real compassion on society other than lying to people to get voted into office so they can use their position to advance their own lives. In the Bible, Jesus was kind to the woman caught in adultery. He did not judge her or condemn her but He forgave her and told her to go and sin no more. But to the religious leaders who were twisting the word of God to control the people, he was harsh and openly rebuked them (Matthew 23:1-39). All true prophets in the Scriptures used strong harsh words for rebuking both religious and governmental leadership. (Jeremiah 12:10; 14:13-16; 23:1-3,11-32; 1 Kings 18:17-18; 21:17-24; John 3:1-10; Luke 3:19-20; etc.) Leadership is responsible for the problems people suffer today in their nations not God. And people are responsible for electing or allowing the leaders to rule over them (1 Samuel 8:6-22).

COMMUNISM crushes the human spirit so people cannot become what God intended them to be consequently producing people that lack in ambition and creativity. CAPITALISM exploits the human spirit to depravity, debauchery, excess and extremes in selfishness, lusts and desires. People become gluttonous without genuine compassion, yet hypocritically involved in different charities to deceive their conscience of the selfishness they really want and enjoy. Selfishness that can justify the killing of a helpless baby inside the mothers womb because the mother doesn't want to take responsibility for her actions, and now wants to kill another human so she can continue to live a self pleasing life as this new human being might interfere with her own life. And now this self- deceived hypocrite wants to be involved in feeding the orphans or some other charitable cause as long as it does not interfere with her life as she already has killed one human being (her unborn baby) that would have interrupted her life. SOCIALISM can never work on earth with men in leadership as the leaders abuse their power and use the people to advance their own agendas, vanities, lusts and power.

Under Communism, Capitalism and Socialism, the humanist, the atheist and the religious develop the personalities, values and habits of the beast mentality. They become gluttonous, pious, proud, arrogant, self centered, biased, jealous, envious. They lie, cheat, steal, gossip, cause dissension, bitterness and strife. They create fights, strife and discord with bitterness and unforgiveness. They twist the Scriptures, picking and choosing what they want to use to manipulate people and live the rebellious lifestyle of a humanist or idolater (Ephesians 5:3-6).

2 Timothy 3:16 tells us that, "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:" The Protestant Bible is the literal word of God, given by God to be studied and used as the supreme source for people to live their lives while on earth. Revelation 22:18-19, gives a severe warning to anyone not to add or subtract from the Scriptures lest he be eternally damned. The Scriptures (Jesus Christ) is the only way for peace on earth, while all other methods cause mankind's problems and eventually eternal death (separation from God when a person dies on earth).

As we read earlier, human beings were made in the image of God. Galatians 5:22-24 tells us the people who are not living in idolatry (humanism) but instead obey the commandments of God in the Scriptures, have the Holy Spirit ruling them which produces the following personality and characteristics: "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance: against such there is no law. And they that are Christ's have crucified the flesh with the affections and lusts." Consequently, utopia will only happen when people who are led by the Holy Spirit are governed by Jesus Christ. This type of government is called a Theocracy and it will be initiated after the battle of Armageddon when Jesus returns to earth to rescue His bride from a man ruled earth (Revelation 16:16-21 and chapters 17-20).

How do human beings created in the image of God with His character and personality, values, beliefs and morality change into an intelligent animal? How do we change into a beast mentality and will finally be led by the Beast of Revelation chapter 13? The answer is found in Romans 1:19-32; "Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath showed it unto them (instinctively people know there is a God since they are made in God's image). For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse (people have no excuse for not knowing God as the entire creation speaks of God's reality. If man chooses to ignore the evidence it is a matter of choice of that particular person as Scripture tells us that man can know God if he chooses). Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish hearts was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools (the atheist, agnostic and leaders who try and govern society aside from following the Scriptures): And changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and four-footed beasts, and creeping things (different religions such as Hinduism etc). Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness, through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonor their own bodies between themselves (homosexuality). Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, (humanism which is idolatry) who is blessed for ever. Amen. For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature (lesbianism): And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly (sodomy), and receiving in themselves that recompense of their error which is meet (diseases, gonorrhea, syphilis, AIDS etc.). And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient (Ephesians 5:4; filthiness, foolish talking, jesting). Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers, backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, Without understanding, covenant breakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful: Who, knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them."

Galatians 5:19-21 tells us the character of a person who rejects Jesus and the Holy Spirit cannot rule their life: "Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these, adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies (doctrines and traditions taught by religious and church leaders that are not substantiated in the Scriptures yet made sacred by a pastor or priest), envyings, murders, drunkenness, revelings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God."

Ladies and gentlemen, the problems in the world today are created by people who have rejected the way they were created and instead of living as human beings in God's likeness (character and values/morality) they now have chosen their own standards and have decreased to the standard of the animal kingdom or beast mentality. We are not ruled by God in today's world. The majority of our leaders both politically and religiously including most church leaders have adapted the beast philosophy, morality and beliefs. They pass laws in parliament which violate the Scriptures, thus they are guilty of idolatry which is one of the sins which bring judgment on a person or society.

Anti-christ stands for lawlessness (1 John 4:1-3), and there is lawlessness in most of the leaders throughout Europe. Both politically, religiously and within most churches, men make their own laws, standards and morality. They even change the laws of God in the Bible to please the rebellious masses or to control them as the scribes and Pharisees did, which Jesus strongly condemned.

Idolatry and immorality bring deterioration on a person or nation when the majority of people within that particular nation are guilty of these two forms of rebellion against God. The third crime which together brings certain destruction upon the individual or nation is described in the Scriptures as "the murder of the innocents" (Exodus 23:6-7; Psalms 106:38-41; Hosea 4:1-6; Leviticus 20:2-6 etc.). Israel became corrupted by the other religions present around them and they legally killed their firstborn by giving them to Molech as a sacrifice. Today people give their firstborn, and many times their second and third born, as a sacrifice to themselves to live the way they want in the sin of abortion. God makes it clear in Scripture (Psalm 139:13-16) that life begins at conception and that he has a special regard for the baby (embryo).

The world is moving fast toward the creation of a "New World Order" but, before it can be initiated the world will see a nuclear war. The "land for peace" plan by Israel and her enemies will fail. For when The Arab League and the PLO get all the land they can get from Israel peacefully, they plan to take the rest by war.

The Prophetic Vision reports that "according to a recent poll conducted by the website Islam On-line, 86.7% of the Arabic and Islamic world does not consider an Israeli withdrawal from Golan and South Lebanon sufficient reason for making peace. 66% consider the Palestinian question and the status of Jerusalem to be the essence of the conflict... What will happen now? The Russian people have elected a question mark. Putin has promised to restore law and order to a chaotic, crime ridden country, but how? His theory is, 'You have to hit first and hard, so that your opponent will not get to his feet.' He applied this to the destruction of Chechnya, Russia's version of NATO's intervention in Kosovo. Serving as a vent for pent-up public frustration after years of economic decline, diminishing influence abroad and international humiliation by the US, Putin's action is immensely popular with the Russian people. The first decree signed by acting president Vladimir Putin in January was a new National Security Doctrine lowering the threshold for the use of nuclear weapons. It allows Russia to use her vast nuclear arsenal to repel armed aggression. At the same time, with 75% of Russia's current conventional weaponry obsolete, Putin increased military investment by 50%. Russia is currently developing a new generation of low-yield weapons for precision non-strategic strikes, 10 years in advance of anything in the West. Where does the money come from? The IMF?...Russia's new military doctrine (14 January 2000), confirms China as her strategic ally, determined to resist US global dominance."

Russia and some of her allies are planning to move into the middle east against Israel. Russia and The United States will exchange a nuclear attack against each other. Out of the chaos, the New World Order will arise led eventually by "the man of sedition", The Anti-christ. Read Ezekiel chapters 38-39; the books of Daniel, Zechariah, Revelation and others.

2 Timothy 3:1-17 describe the character of people and how they will behave "in the last days." When people reject the laws of God through the Scriptures; when they reject the Author of Life and the future ruler of the world, Jesus Christ. Men turn into a beast until they finally accept and are ruled by The Beast of Revelation chapter 13.

2 Timothy 3:12-14 tells Christians that before Jesus returns, which is during the battle of Armageddon in the last days, that they will suffer persecution. Before the book of Revelation is opened and during that time Christians will face persecution for Jesus (Revelation 6:9-11). There is no way around it unless you compromise to avoid being scoffed at and/or rejected. But then the Scriptures are so very clear in Mark 8:38, "Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and my words, in this adulterous and sinful generation, of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels."

We are in the last generation

In the world's history there has never been a generation as this. People today travel by jet around the world in one day where until recently men traveled by foot, animal or small boat. Today, mankind can literally blow themselves up through nuclear warfare whereas prior to this time the world's civilization was never in danger of being destroyed by bows and arrows, spears, swords etc. Today we have the technology to control mankind through identifying them by their birth date, identification numbers etc., through the computers so nobody can buy or sell unless they agree to the conditions, which will soon be implemented. All nations are working towards world communications and cash is being replaced with cards and finally a mark on a persons right hand or forehead (Revelation 13:16-18).

Yes, we are living just prior to a world government and Jesus Christ himself returning. The United States of America's stock market will collapse as well as their economy. Shortly after there will be a nuclear war resulting in the formation of the New World Order. Great plagues are coming upon the world as described in the book of Revelation chapters 6-19. Billions of people will die in all. But those who are following Jesus Christ can be free from fear as nothing can touch them unless God allows it, and if he does, than he gives them the grace and strength to move into eternal life immediately (Exodus 8:20-23; 9:23-26; 12:12-13; Revelation 7:1-3; Daniel 3:16-28; 6:16-23; Psalm 34:7; Luke 22:40-44; Philippians 4:13 etc.).

© 1998, 2000 World Ministries International

The following are some Scriptures that deal with end-time events.  All prophecies concerning the nations are leading up to fulfillment of end-time judgments (events).

Ezekiel chapters 38 & 39
Zechariah 13: 8-9
Zechariah 14: 1-16
Daniel chapters 2, 4, 7-12
Matthew 24: 1-51
Mark 13: 1-37
Luke 21: 6-38
The book of Revelation
The book of Joel

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Natural News December 26, 2014
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Russian Bombers Threaten Guam
Two Tu-95 Bears circumnavigate Pacific island, site of major U.S. base
The Washington Free Beacon
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Russia signs deal to build 2 nuclear reactors in Iran, another 6 may follow
ABC News November 11, 2014
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Ukraine's military accused Russia of sending a column of 32 tanks and truckloads of troops into the country's east to support pro-Russian separatists fighting government forces
Reuters November 07, 2014
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Russian company removes memorial to Apple founder
Reuters November 03, 2014
Russia Deploying Tactical Nuclear Arms in Crimea
Obama backing indirect talks with Moscow aimed at cutting U.S. non-strategic nukes in Europe
The Washington Free Beacon
October 10, 2014
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The Daily Signal September 18, 2014
Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels sign ceasefire deal
Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels in the east signed a truce deal to end almost five months of fighting
BBC News September 05, 2014
France backs off sending Mistral warship to Russia in $1.7 billion deal
French officials said that they will not deliver the first Mistral-class amphibious warship that Russia had ordered from Paris as part of a $1.7 billion weapons sale, a strong rebuke after months of aggressive actions by Russia in eastern Ukraine
The Washington Post Sept. 03, 2014
Russian General Calls for Preemptive Nuclear Strike Doctrine Against NATO
A Russian general called for Russia to revamp its military doctrine to clearly identify the U.S. and its NATO allies as Moscow's enemy number one and spell out the conditions under which Russia would launch a preemptive nuclear strike
The Moscow Times Sept. 03, 2014
Russia Planning Major Nuclear Military Exercises
The forces responsible for Russia's strategic nuclear arsenal will conduct major exercises involving more than 4,000 soldiers
The Moscow Times Sept. 03, 2014
Putin's Unchecked Aggression
Russia expanded the scope of its military intervention in Ukraine
FrontPage Magazine Sept. 01, 2014
Vladimir Putin: Don't mess with nuclear-armed Russia
Russia's president, speaking at a pro-Kremlin youth camp at a lake near Moscow, said "it's best not to mess with us," adding "I want to remind you that Russia is one of the leading nuclear powers"
LONDON Telegraph August 29, 2014
Kiev says forces destroyed Russian armour inside Ukraine
Ukraine said its artillery destroyed part of a Russian armoured column that entered its territory overnight and said its forces came under shellfire from Russia in what appeared to be a major military escalation between the ex-Soviet states
Reuters August 15, 2014
Putin Says The Petrodollar Must Die
"The Dollar Monopoly In Energy Trade Is Damaging Russia's Economy"
Zero Hedge August 14, 2014
Putin Seen Punishing Own People Not Foes With Sanctions
Russian President Vladimir Putin chose a funny way to punish his American and European adversaries
Bloomberg August 08, 2014
Russian Strategic Bombers Conduct More Than 16 Incursions of U.S. Air Defense Zones
'Spike' in Bear H flights seen as test of U.S. air defenses
The Washington Free Beacon
August 07, 2014
Sanctions prompt Putin to deploy Iskander missile
Responds to alleged Western threat to Russia's territorial integrity
WorldNetDaily August 02, 2014
Obama calls for Ukraine cease-fire, blames Russia for downed passenger jet
President Obama called for all sides to "adhere to an immediate cease-fire" in eastern Ukraine and for international investigators to receive unfettered access to the crash site of a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet that was shot down
The Washington Times July 18, 2014
Pentagon hints at Russian link to downed jet
If evidence shows separatists involved, impact could be far-reaching
WorldNetDaily July 17, 2014
Raising Stakes on Russia, U.S. Adds Sanctions
President Obama imposed a new round of sanctions against Russia, targeting some of the crown jewels of the country's financial, energy and defense industries
The New York Times July 16, 2014
Russia 'to reopen Cold War Cuban listening post used to spy on America'
Facility at Lourdes was the largest Russian listening post abroad
LONDON Daily Mail July 16, 2014
'Puppeteer' Putin plays waiting game in Ukraine
Analyst expects Russian advances if other nations respond to Iraq fight
WorldNetDaily June 28, 2014
Iraq: The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming
Kremlin to send jets, possibly pilots, as U.S. F-16s delayed
WorldNetDaily June 26, 2014
4 Russian Bombers Flew Within 50 Miles Of The California Coast
Four Russian strategic bombers triggered U.S. air-defense systems while conducting practice bombing runs near Alaska
Business Insider June 11, 2014
Russia steps up war on U.S. dollar
Widely seen as response to sanctions for Crimea, Ukraine
WorldNetDaily May 24, 2014
Russia, China Ink Historic Gas Supply Deal
Russia and China agreed on a long-term gas supply contract in Shanghai, after years of talks on the deal, worth billions of dollars
RIA Novosti May 21, 2014
U.S. and Russia Agree on Pact to Defuse Ukraine Crisis
The United States, Russia, Ukraine and the European Union reached an agreement that calls for armed pro-Russian bands to give up the government buildings they have seized in eastern Ukraine and outlines other steps to de-escalate the crisis
The New York Times April 17, 2014
East Ukraine separatists seek union with Russia
A Ukrainian separatist leader is calling on Russia to "absorb" the eastern region of Donetsk after referendum on self-rule
BBC News May 12, 2014
Putin Announces Pullback From Ukraine Border
President Vladimir V. Putin, faced with rising violence in southeastern Ukraine that threatened to draw in the Russian Army at great cost and prompt severe Western economic sanctions, pressed pause in what had started to look like an inevitable march toward war
The New York Times May 07, 2014
Russia stages first Red Square May Day parade since Soviet days
Russia staged a huge May Day parade on Moscow's Red Square for the first time since the Soviet era
Reuters May 01, 2014
EU Slaps Sanctions on 15 Russian, Ukrainian Officials
The European Union imposed sanctions on 15 additional Russian and Ukrainian officials
RIA Novosti April 29, 2014
Taking Down the Global Economy to Punish Russia
The United States and the unelected European Union nomenklatura decided to sacrifice the world economy in a bid to punish Russia for its response to the crisis in Ukraine
Infowars April 29, 2014
Ukraine crisis: G7 agree new sanctions on Russia
The G7 statement praised the "restraint" with which the new government in Kiev had acted in dealing with the pro-Russian gunmen who seized official buildings in the east
LONDON Telegraph April 26, 2014
West threatens new Russia sanctions as Kiev warns of 'world war three'
Leaders call on Russia to stop its 'intimidation' of Ukraine as Putin's troops edge closer to the border
LONDON Telegraph April 25, 2014
Top U.S. Diplomat: Russia Has Betrayed the "New World Order"
Moscow's refusal to acquiesce to NATO over Ukraine signals new cold war
Infowars April 25, 2014
Russia threatens military invasion of Ukraine
Warns of response like 2008 capture of Georgian provinces
WorldNetDaily April 23, 2014
Leaked UN Report Claims Russia 'Rigged' Crimea Referendum
The draft report, written by UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Ivan Simonovic, alleges the Russian government actively repressed the possibility of dissent or anti-Russian sentiment in the run-up to the referendum
RIA Novosti April 14, 2014
Stocks dive as Russia abandons U.S. dollar
Moscow accelerates move in retaliation for Obama sanctions
WorldNetDaily April 12, 2014
Russian Lawmakers Demand Criminal Case Against Gorbachev Over Soviet Union Collapse
Members of Russia's lower house of parliament filed a request with the prosecutor general demanding the breakup of the Soviet Union be declared illegal and those responsible be prosecuted, including former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev
RIA Novosti April 10, 2014
Russian Bear Rising
The Russian Federation annexed Crimea following its full-scale military occupation of the peninsula
FrontPage Magazine March 26, 2014
Putin Signs Law Officially Annexing Crimea
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law legislation completing the annexation of Crimea, calling it a "remarkable event"
VOA News March 21, 2014
Russia sanctions 9 US officials in response to US sanctions on Russian officials
Russia imposed entry bans on nine U.S. lawmakers and officials in retaliation to Washington's sanctions over Crimea
CNBC  March 20, 2014
Russia Warns the West it May Side with Iran
Russia says it may revise its stance in the Iranian nuclear talks in retaliation for the West's sanctions
Arutz Sheva March 20, 2014
Russian forces seize two Ukrainian bases in Crimea
The United States warned Moscow it was on a "dark path" to isolation as Russian troops seized two Ukrainian naval bases, including a headquarters in the Crimean port of Sevastopol where they raised their flag
Reuters March 19, 2014
Moscow signals concern for Russians in Estonia
Russia signaled concern at Estonia's treatment of its large ethnic Russian minority, comparing language policy in the Baltic state with what it said was a call in Ukraine to prevent the use of Russian
Reuters March 19, 2014
Russia now flexing muscles toward Georgia
Flyovers signal displeasure with Ukraine stance, move toward West
WorldNetDaily March 18, 2014
U.S., EU set sanctions as Putin recognizes Crimea "sovereignty"
The United States and European Union imposed personal sanctions on Russian and Crimean officials involved in the seizure of Crimea from Ukraine as Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree recognizing the region as a sovereign state
Reuters March 17, 2014
Crimea asks to join Russia after Soviet-style vote; Ukraine calls up reserves
Crimea votes 97-percent in favor of annexation to Russia in referendum; EU expected to levy sanctions to defend Ukraine
The Jerusalem Post March 17, 2014
Crimea's parliament votes to join Russia
Crimea's parliament voted to break away from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation
The Washington Post March 17, 2014
Why Russia may regret Crimea grab
Muslim Tatars are tied to outlawed Russian Islamist group
WorldNetDaily March 14, 2014
Ministry of Truth: Russia Drafts Law That Targets Journalists as Terrorists
In the State Duma a draft law on criminal responsibility of media professionals for willful misrepresentation to the detriment of the State
Blacklisted News March 07, 2014
Putin nominated for Nobel Peace prize
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize
New York Post March 05, 2014
Trade War: Gazprom Threatens to Disrupt Gas Supplies to Europe
Deep state agenda behind Ukraine conflict revealed
Infowars March 03, 2014
Prime Minister: Russia Has Declared War on Ukraine
"We are on the brink of disaster"
Infowars March 02, 2014
Russia Puts Fighter Jets on Combat Alert as Tensions Mount
Moscow announces massive expansion of global military presence
Infowars February 27, 2014
Iran says Russia could build nuclear reactor in exchange for oil
Russia could build a second reactor at Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant in exchange for Iranian oil
Reuters February 17, 2014
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LONDON Daily Mail February 07, 2014
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The Sydney Morning Herald
February 03, 2014
Crisis in the Ukraine: USAID Support for Destabilization of Russia
The crisis in the Ukraine provides an additional headache for Russia as it deals with terrorist threats
Infowars January 22, 2014
Second suicide bomber hits Russian city; 14 killed
Two suicide bombings on consecutive days killed at least 31 people in a southern Russia city
USA Today December 30, 2013
Suicide bomber kills at least 16 at Russian train station
A suicide attacker set off a bomb in the entrance hall of a Russian train station
Reuters December 29, 2013
Freed Pussy Riot members call Russia amnesty a PR stunt
The two said they will continue their opposition activities against the government and work for the release of political prisoners
USA Today December 23, 2013
Russia Plans Rail-Mounted Missiles to Counter US Global Strike Program
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RIA Novosti December 18, 2013
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LONDON Telegraph Dec. 12, 2013
Putin dissolves state news agency, tightens grip on Russia media
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Reuters December 09, 2013
Putin trumps Chuck Norris in black belt stakes
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BBC News November 13, 2013
Russia Warns America 'We Will Respond With Nukes'
Deputy PM says Moscow “preparing a response” to U.S. plans for missile shield in Europe
Infowars December 11, 2013
Moscow Conducts Large-Scale Nuclear Attack Drill
Four long-range missiles launched in war games
The Washington Beacon Oct. 30, 2013
Russia's Female Suicide Bombers: Well-Organized and Hard to Stop
Investigators say that moments after Naida Asiyalova boarded a public bus one afternoon in the city of Volgograd, the bomb she was carrying exploded, claiming six lives
RIA Novosti October 24, 2013
Russia Gives Iran Control of Bushehr Nuclear Plant
Russia handed over operational control of the Russian-made Bushehr nuclear power plant to Iran in the country's south
RIA Novosti September 23, 2013
U.S., Russia agree on Syria weapons, Obama says force still option
Russia and the United States put aside bitter differences over Syria to strike a deal that by removing President Bashar al-Assad's chemical arsenal may avert U.S. military action against him
Reuters September 14, 2013
Russia Rising
The Obama administration is being played
FrontPage Magazine Sept. 12, 2013
'Gay' plan to disrupt Olympics revealed
'We are talking about utilizing diplomatic channels to get things into the country'
WorldNetDaily September 09, 2013
Church of Russian Anti-'Gay Propaganda' Lawmaker Fire-Bombed
Unidentified "scum" threw a Molotov cocktail at a Russian Orthodox Church where the lawmaker who kick-started Russia's anti-"gay propaganda" trend helps out as an altar server, the legislator said on Twitter
RIA Novosti August 19, 2013
Gay rights activists confront Russia's UN ambassador demanding elimination of anti-gay laws
Gay rights activists confronted Russia's U.N. ambassador and tried to hand over a petition with more than 340,000 signatures urging world leaders to help eliminate anti-gay laws in Russia ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi
The Washington Post August 08, 2013
Moscow's killing fields: inside a Stalinist execution site
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The Moscow News August 05, 2013
Russia Gay Laws Cheered by US Conservatives
As US gay rights groups protest against Russia's new laws on homosexuality, conservatives across America have quietly begun to align themselves with the Russian government in a rare union that defies a long history of animosity
RIA Novosti August 03, 2013
4 Dutch Citizens Suspected of Gay Propaganda Crime in Russia
Four Dutch citizens detained by police during a gay rights seminar outside the northern Russian city of Murmansk appeared in a local court suspected of promoting homosexual relationships among minors
RIA Novosti July 22, 2013
Russian Orthodox Leader Condemns Gay Marriages, Warns of Apocalypse
Head of the Russian Orthodox Church warned Western governments against legalization of same-sex marriages what he called a sign of approaching end of the world
RIA Novosti July 21, 2013
Tanks, Days Off, Abortions: 24 Things Russia Gives the Most Of
They are all things that Russia exports, performs or consumes more than any other nation
RIA Novosti July 17, 2013
Power of religion: With Putin's help, Russian church grows as political force
As a religious television network, Spas TV wouldn't have seen the light of day in the old Soviet Union
FOX News July 16, 2013
FEMA Signs "Exchange" Deal With Russian Government
Critics of the scheme reacted with a mixture of fury and deep concerns
The New American July 04, 2013
Russian Forces to Provide “Security” At US Events
FEMA signs deal with Russian Emergency Situations Ministry to “exchange experts”
Infowars July 01, 2013
Obama Requests 15,000 Russian Troops For "Upcoming" Disaster
The Obama regime has requested at least 15,000 Russian troops trained in disaster relief and "crowd functions" be pre-positioned to respond to FEMA Region III during an unspecified "upcoming" disaster
The European Union Times 6/27/2013
Russia evacuates Tartus, also military, diplomatic personnel from Syria
High war alert in Israel
DEBKAfile June 26, 2013
Russian 'Anti-Gay' Bill Passes With Overwhelming Majority
Russia’s lower house of parliament gave its final approval for a controversial “anti-gay” bill, with only one of the 436 lawmakers present abstaining and no votes against, after a day of clashes outside the building and dozens of arrests
RIA Novosti June 11, 2013
Russia permanently deploys Navy in Mediterranean
Marks first permanent Russian naval deployment in area since Soviet era
The Jerusalem Post June 06, 2013
Moscow authorities block LGBT rally bid
Moscow City Hall has refused a request by LGBT activists to hold a “Rainbow Rally” in Moscow’s Gorky Park
The Moscow News May 17, 2013
Stalin Cult Alive and Well in Russia
Josef Stalin ruled the early years of the Soviet Union with torture, show trials and vast numbers of executions
Spiegel Online March 05, 2013
Cold Warrior Putin calls for Russian military upgrades as U.S. troop cuts loom
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the country needs an immediate and massive military upgrade by 2016 and has called on his top brass to put the wheels in motion
The Washington Times Feb. 27, 2013
Why Russia Needs Alaska
It is clear that any Russian attack upon the United States will come through Alaska and I am now of the opinion that Russia will not wait for us to attack Iran before attacking the United States
The Common Sense Show 2/27/2013
Russia Is Preparing To Attack America
There exists a plethora of confirming information to support the fact that America’s days may be numbered and that we are totally unprepared for what is coming
The Common Sense Show 2/26/2013
Russia: Adoption of boy by U.S. woman who hid she was gay is 'serious worry'
Russia called the adoption of a Russian boy by a woman who revealed she was gay only after the adoption proceedings had wrapped up a "serious worry," according to various media reports
The Washington Times February 20, 2013
Russia starts cleanup after meteor strike
Witness says flash shone "like 10 suns," felt shock wave pass through his body
CNN  February 19, 2013
Fireball from outer space: 1,000 injured as 40-ton meteor travelling at 33,000mph explodes over a terrified town
Pictures show a streak of smoke followed by several bright blasts of flames
LONDON Daily Mail February 15, 2013
Meteorites injure hundreds in central Russia
A meteor crashing in Russia's Ural mountains injured at least 950 people
BBC News February 15, 2013
Gérard Depardieu joins very small club of adoptive Russian citizens
Few foreigners seek Russian citizenship and even fewer are granted it, with the tide generally going in the opposite direction
LONDON Guardian January 04, 2013
The New 'Cold War' Grows As Russian Parliament Passes Anti-US Bill
Russian lawmakers voted in a new law that banned the adoption of Russian children by American citizens
Business Insider December 19, 2012
Russia Vote Favors Ban on Adoptions by Americans
The Russian Parliament voted in support of a bill that would prohibit the adoption of Russian children by American citizens
The New York Times December 19, 2012
Survival kits and trips to hell, doomsday hysteria grips Russia
Doomsday hysteria has gripped Russia and some of its neighbors
Russia Today December 01, 2012
Obama's Soviet Mistake
The Communists have won in America with Obama but failed miserably in Russia with Zyuganov
PRAVDA November 19, 2012
Russia's Putin signs law extending definition of treason
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law broadening the definition of treason which opponents say could be used to smother dissent and put almost anyone who has contact with foreigners at risk
Reuters November 14, 2012
Russia expects President Barack Obama to be more flexible on missile defense shield dispute
Russia expects Barack Obama to show more flexibility in a dispute over U.S. missile defense plans in Europe following his re-election
The Washington Post November 07, 2012
New Treason Law In Russia Designed To Crush Anti-Putin Dissent
A respected television anchor compared recent events in Russia to KGB tactics
Arutz Sheva November 01, 2012
Moscow police 'discover brothel on monastery premises'
Police have discovered a brothel on the premises of a monastery whose abbot is thought to be President Vladimir Putin's spiritual adviser
LONDON Telegraph October 29, 2012
Russia to spend over 100 billion on nuclear weapons
Russia plans to spend 101.15 billion rubles on nuclear weapons in 2013-2015
PRAVDA October 18, 2012
Russia Frees One Punk Rocker, Keeps Two in Jail
As Russian Orthodox believers prayed and sang hymns, a Moscow judge freed one Pussy Riot punk protester but upheld the two-year jail sentences for the other two
VOA News October 10, 2012
Russia joins WTO after 18 years of negotiations
After 18 years of negotiation, Russia entered the World Trade Organization, which restricts import duties and subsidies in an attempt to create a level playing field for international trade
USA Today August 22, 2012
Russian court imprisons Pussy Riot band members on hooliganism charges
EU foreign policy chief says case adds to "upsurge in politically motivated intimidation"
CNN  August 18, 2012
Putin Rolls Back Freedoms, Ups Efforts to Intimidate Opposition
When riot police forcibly dispersed a crowd that lingered after an anti-Putin protest in central Moscow a day after Russia's presidential election, many in the crowd sensed an ominous change in the air
ABC News August 01, 2012
Russian Dead Fetuses: Medicine Always Has 'Quack Fringe'
Russian officials are baffled by the discovery of 248 dead fetuses found stuffed into industrial barrels
ABC News July 27, 2012
Scores killed in Russia flooding
Police find more bodies as flood waters recede in the Krymsk district
CNN  July 08, 2012
Russian Police Raid Opposition Leaders' Homes Ahead of Protest
Russian police raided the apartments of top opposition leaders, the day before a mass rally is to take place against President Putin
VOA News June 11, 2012
Russia's Putin signs anti-protest law before rally
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law a bill that will dramatically increase fines for people who take part in protests that violate public order rules, just days ahead of the next planned rally against his 12-year rule
Reuters June 08, 2012
Russian Army Units Prepare for War in Syria?
Russian Defense Ministry launched an intensive training units for operations abroad, including in Syria
Infowars June 07, 2012
US, Russian soldiers train together in Colorado
The Russians are coming - in fact, they're already here - but it may not be what you think
FOX News May 17, 2012
Top Obama Aide Warns Russia "End Of World" Near
United States top National Security Advisor to President Obama, Thomas Donilon, was granted a "rushed meeting" with President Putin wherein he warned the Russian leader that the world as we know it may be about to end
The European Union Times May 08, 2012
Putin returns as Russia's president amid protests
Hundreds arrested in anti-Putin protests
CNN  May 07, 2012
Russian police battle anti-Putin protesters
Russian riot police beat protesters about the head with batons and detained more than 400 after clashes broke out at a Moscow rally by thousands of people against Vladimir Putin on the eve of his return to the presidency
Reuters May 06, 2012
Russian Troops To Target Terrorists in America As Part of Drill
Joint U.S.-Russian anti-terror exercise stokes fears of martial law
Infowars April 26, 2012
Russia Is Sending Troops To The US To Learn American Military Tactics
Russian paratroopers will meet up with American forces for an unprecedented military exercise in Colorado
Business Insider April 25, 2012
Obama to Russia: Cool it until my 2nd term
Pleads with Medvedev for 'space' because after 'my election I have more flexibility'
WorldNetDaily March 26, 2012
St Petersburg bans 'homosexual propaganda'
Russian city is fourth to adopt anti-gay legislation as politicians and Orthodox Church push for laws to apply nationwide
LONDON Guardian March 12, 2012
After Election, Putin Faces Challenges to Legitimacy
A day after claiming an overwhelming victory in Russia's presidential election, Vladimir V. Putin faced a range of challenges to his legitimacy, including charges of fraud from international observers
The New York Times March 05, 2012
Russia election: Police arrest 550 at city protests
Police made 550 arrests after protests against Vladimir Putin's election as president, with protest leader Alexey Navalny among those held
BBC News March 05, 2012
Russia election: Vladimir Putin celebrates victory
Vladimir Putin and his supporters are celebrating victory in Russian elections
BBC March 05, 2012
Vladimir Putin assassination plot foiled, report says
Pro-government TV station says two people detained in Odessa over plan to kill Russian prime minister after presidential election
LONDON Guardian February 27, 2012
Vladimir Putin evokes enemies of Russia in campaign speech
Vladimir Putin doesn't specify who or what Russia would face in battle but has described protest leaders as agents of the West
Los Angeles Times February 24, 2012
Russian Cultural Honor For a Controversial Syrian
President Dmitri A. Medvedev bestowed a prestigious cultural award on a Syrian writer and poet who publicly applauded the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and expressed strong anti-Semitic views
The New York Times February 22, 2012
Embattled church gains victory against prosecutor
'Hopefully, this ruling will deter unsubstantiated lawsuits'
WorldNetDaily February 19, 2012
Obama's giveaway: Oil-rich islands to Russia
Exclusive: Joe Miller sounds alarm over deal to put land in hands of Putin's Kremlin
WorldNetDaily February 16, 2012
Russia, China veto U.N. resolution on Syria
Russia and China vetoed a Security Council resolution backing an Arab League peace plan that calls for Syrian President Bashar Assad to step down amid escalating violence
USA Today February 04, 2012
Turkey and Russia develop strategic alliance
Turkey, the "unreliable NATO member" in the Cold War years, is now a strategic partner of Moscow
Today's Zaman January 29, 2012
Russia: Attack on Tehran is Attack on Moscow
Russia has given Iran its bear hug and warns Israel and the West that an attack on Tehran would be an attack on Moscow
Arutz Sheva January 15, 2012
Russian anti-Putin protests draw thousands to Moscow again
Opposition activists claim 80,000 attend demonstration over vote-rigging claims, as Gorbachev calls on Putin to resign
LONDON Guardian December 24, 2011
Russia to build 100-ton ICBM to penetrate US missile defenses
Russia will develop a new liquid-propellant intercontinental ballistic missile to overcome the U.S.'s prospective missile defense system
RIA Novosti December 16, 2011
Vladimir Putin lashes out at America for killing Gaddafi and backing protests
Vladimir Putin has accused his political opponents at home of trying to destabilise Russia on the West's orders and alleged that the United States killed Libyan dictator Col Muammar Gaddafi
LONDON Telegraph December 15, 2011
Mikhail Prokhorov, N.J. Nets owner, announces Russian presidential run against Putin
Mikhail Prokhorov, the billionaire owner of the New Jersey Nets has announced that he will seek the Russian presidency
The Washington Post December 13, 2011
Russian election: Biggest protests since fall of USSR
Thousands of people have attended the biggest anti-government rally in the Russian capital Moscow since the fall of the Soviet Union
BBC News December 10, 2011
Gas Deal With Belarus Gives Control of Pipeline to Russia
The Russian government agreed to offer Belarus loans and a discounted price on natural gas worth more than $14 billion, tying Belarus, Russia's small, authoritarian neighbor, into an even tighter union with Moscow
The New York Times November 25, 2011
The Russian Bear Is Back, The Soviet Union Is Being Revived And The Cold War Is Not Over
Most Americans believe that the Cold War is over and that Russia is a toothless bear that no longer represents a threat
Infowars November 24, 2011
Russia Declares Deal to Join Trade Group
Russia reached an agreement with Georgia that would clear the path for Russia to join the World Trade Organization
The New York Times November 03, 2011
Vladimir Putin pushes for closer ex-Soviet Union
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was due to push for closer ex-Soviet integration after the surprise announcement of a free-trade zone being created in the former communist bloc
LONDON Telegraph October 19, 2011
Moscow Welcomes Hizbullah
Moscow invited Hizbullah for its first official visit to the Kremlin in what some say is a strategic move to bolster allies in Tehran
Arutz Sheva October 19, 2011
Vladimir Putin's plan to create a Eurasian Union is about reclaiming the Russian Empire
Putin disclosed he was in the process of creating a new global power bloc on the bones of what used to be the Soviet Union
LONDON Telegraph October 05, 2011
Putin Announces Run For President in 2012
Russia's President and Prime Minister have unveiled a plan to switch jobs
VOA News September 23, 2011
Vladimir Putin supports merger of Russia and Belarus
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says he supports calls for Russia to merge with its western neighbour Belarus
LONDON Telegraph August 01, 2011
Russia's church, lawmakers want to limit abortion
Russia's Orthodox Church teamed with Conservative parliamentarians to push legislation that would radically restrict abortions in a nation struggling to cope with one of the world's lowest birthrates
The Seattle Times May 30, 2011
Secret Weather Weapons Can Kill Millions, Warns Top Russian Politician
A top Duma political leader caused shock waves when he warned that Russia could deploy an arsenal of new technology to "destroy any part of the planet" and kill over a hundred million people using secret weather weapons
The European Union Times May 17, 2011
Russian sect believes Putin reincarnation of St. Paul
The sect, founded by one Mother Fotinya, is based in the Bolshaya Elnya village in the central Russian Nizhny Novgorod region
RIA Novosti May 11, 2011
Medvedev, Pope Want Stronger Ties
Pope Benedict XVI and President Dmitry Medvedev met at the Vatican, stressing the need for better ties
The Moscow Times February 18, 2011
35 dead in blast at busiest Moscow airport
Authorities work to identify suicide bomber; about 180 said to be wounded
MSNBC  January 24, 2011
USA finds ghost missiles in Russia
The USA and its NATO allies have expressed concern over the alleged movement of Russian tactical nuclear weapons
PRAVDA December 03, 2010
Russia has 'more occult healers than doctors'
Russian newspapers are full of ads for all manner of urban witches and wizards
RIA Novosti November 01, 2010
Islamic militants raid Chechen parliament, 6 dead
Islamic insurgents attacked Chechnya's parliament in a brazen suicide raid that left six people dead and 17 wounded, defying Kremlin claims of stability in the volatile southern region
The Daily Caller October 19, 2010
Church dissolved for having flower boxes
European Court of Human Rights reviewing case against biblical center
WorldNetDaily October 07, 2010
Algeria signs 6 Russia deals during Medvedev visit
Algeria and Russia signed six deals in sectors including energy and transportation during a visit by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev
The Seattle Times October 06, 2010
Russian heatwave caused 11,000 deaths in Moscow: official
Moscow registered nearly 11,000 deaths due to an unprecedented heatwave
Terra Daily September 17, 2010
Fears Growing Over Global Food Supply
Russia announced a 12-month extension of its grain export ban, raising fears about a return to the food shortages and riots of 2007-08 which spread through developing countries dependent on imports
CNBC  September 03, 2010
Russian Satanists jailed for gruesome ritual murders
A gang of six Russians Satanists have been handed jail sentences for ritually killing and dismembering four teenagers
The Australian July 27, 2010
Bolshevik mass grave found in St Petersburg
Archeologists uncovered the site of Bolshevik-era executions and mass graves at St Petersburg's Peter and Paul Fortress
LONDON Telegraph July 20, 2010
Rash of drownings as Russians attempt to escape heat
Alcohol is thought to have played a role in many drownings
CNN  July 15, 2010
Russia Gives New Powers to KGB Successor
The Duma (the lower house of Russia's legislature) passed a bill that will allow the Federal Security Service (FSB) to issue warnings to people "whose acts create the conditions for the committing of a crime"
The New American July 13, 2010
Russia to sell $1 bln worth of arms to Yemen - expert
A Yemeni delegation led by President Ali Abdullah Saleh discussed sales of Russian arms during the leader's short visit to Moscow
RIA Novosti July 01, 2010
FBI breaks up alleged Russian spy ring in deep cover
Arrests of ten accused agents living in suburban homes made after Barack Obama praised Medvedev as solid
LONDON Guardian June 28, 2010
Russia-Belarus 'gas war' ends
Russia's "gas war" with Belarus appeared to end in a whimper after four days of brinkmanship and supply cuts that further damaged Russia's reputation as a reliable energy supplier
LONDON Telegraph June 24, 2010
Russia FSB bill sparks opposition
The Russian government is pushing a bill through parliament that critics say would give the country's main intelligence agency, the FSB, powers similar to those once held by its Soviet predecessor, the KGB
BBC News June 23, 2010
Medvedev Promotes Ruble as World Reserve Currency to Cut Dollar Dominance
Russia wants the ruble to be one of the world's reserve currencies as President Dmitry Medvedev renews his push to reduce the dollar's dominance and make Moscow a global financial hub
Bloomberg June 19, 2010
Police seize 100,000 anti-Vladimir Putin books
Russian police seized 100,000 copies of a book critical of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin that activists planned to hand out at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum
LONDON Telegraph June 16, 2010
Russia Church wants end to Darwin school "monopoly"
The Russian Orthodox Church called for an end to the "monopoly of Darwinism" in Russian schools, saying religious explanations of creation should be taught alongside evolution
Reuters June 10, 2010
Moscow to build nuke plant in Turkey
Russia considering Syria as well; Foreign Ministry "not overjoyed"
The Jerusalem Post May 13, 2010
Russia says may build nuclear power plant in Syria
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev played up prospects for nuclear power cooperation
Reuters May 11, 2010
Foreign troops join Russia parade
Troops from four Nato countries have marched for the first time in Russia's annual parade to mark victory in WWII
BBC News May 09, 2010
Secret documents confirm Stalin DID sanction Katyn massacre... but Russia still won't name police who shot 22,000
Russia made public for the first time documents proving Soviet NKVD secret police massacred 22,000 Polish officers, intellectuals and other prominent citizens in World War II
LONDON Daily Mail April 28, 2010
Ukraine Woos Russia With Lease Deal
Swiftly carrying out his pledge to improve strained ties with neighboring Russia, the new Ukrainian president agreed to a landmark deal to extend the lease on a Russian naval base on Ukrainian territory
The New York Times April 21, 2010
'Russia engineered air crash that killed President Kaczynski,' claims Polish MP
The Russian government prevented the Polish president's plane from landing four times to divert him from a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre
LONDON Daily Mail April 13, 2010
US and Russia sign historic nuclear treaty
The United States and Russia signed a historic treaty to shrink stockpiles of nuclear weapons in a new show of cooperation designed to halt the spread of atomic bombs, particularly to Iran
LONDON Times April 08, 2010
'Scramble! Scramble! Russian nuclear bandits at 12 o'clock!': The Kremlin's taunting Britain with Blackjack bombers
The early warning radar system scanning the skies around the UK picked up a Russian nuclear bomber
LONDON Daily Mail April 07, 2010
Venezuela, Russia agree plans for nuclear power plant project
Venezuela and Russia have reached an agreement to draft plans on the construction of the first nuclear power plant in Venezuela
RIA Novosti April 03, 2010
Russia delivers 15 S-300 air-defense batteries to China
An S-300 battery is typically comprised of four truck-mounted installations, each consisting of four missiles
RIA Novosti April 02, 2010
Chechen rebel leader claims he ordered attack on Moscow subway
Two female bombers detonated their explosives about 40 minutes apart
CNN  March 31, 2010
Toll from Moscow subway blasts rises to 39
Security police headquarters is in building above one of targeted stations
MSNBC  March 29, 2010
Russian bombers 'intercepted in British airspace'
Analyst says air sorties are displays of muscle by re-emergent Russia
CNN  March 25, 2010
Russia and U.S. Report Breakthrough on Arms
The United States and Russia have broken a logjam in arms control negotiations and expect to sign a treaty to slash their nuclear arsenals to the lowest levels in half a century
The New York Times March 24, 2010
Back to the USSR?
Russia's new military doctrine seems to be mostly concerned about its old cold war enemies, the US and Nato
LONDON Guardian February 23, 2010
Official: Russia to deliver missile defense to Iran
System would make strike against Tehran's nuclear reactors more difficult
WorldNetDaily February 19, 2010
New stealth jet tipping strategic balance
Key to be 'if the Russians are able to build enough of them'
WorldNetDaily February 09, 2010
Russian doctrine does not reflect real world: NATO
NATO said a new Russian military doctrine identifying NATO expansion as a threat did not reflect the real world and undermined efforts to improve ties between the Western military alliance and Moscow
Reuters February 06, 2010
Russia, Libya Sign $1.8 Billion Arms Deal
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says Moscow has agreed to sell Libya weapons in a $1.8 billion deal
VOA News January 29, 2010
Russia warns against rushing to Iran sanctions
Russia cautioned world powers against rushing toward sanctions to punish Iran for spurning a U.N.-brokered proposal to send its uranium abroad for processing
Reuters January 22, 2010
Russia says to start Iran nuclear plant in 2010
Russia will start up the reactor at Iran's long-delayed Bushehr nuclear power plant
Ynet News January 21, 2010
Poland to move U.S. Patriots closer to Russian border
U.S. Patriot missiles will be stationed in northern Poland about 60 miles (100 km) from the border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad rather than near Warsaw
RIA Novosti January 20, 2010
Vladimir Putin calls for more weapons to stop America doing 'whatever it wants'
Russia needs more weapons to punch through America's new missile defence shield, Vladimir Putin said in blunt remarks that will complicate efforts to cut the nuclear arsenals of the former Cold War rivals
LONDON Times December 30, 2009
Vladimir Putin threatens Barack Obama's nuclear stockpile cuts
President Barack Obama's drive for the US and Russia to agree cuts in nuclear weapons is under threat after Vladimir Putin insisted the US abandons its missile shield before a final deal can be reached
LONDON Telegraph December 29, 2009
Medvedev invites Vietnam to join large projects
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev received Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and said he was seeking to cooperate on several large projects with the socialist republic
RIA Novosti December 15, 2009
Mr. Fix-It
Vladimir Putin's problem-solver schtick just shows how weak Russia's institutions have become
Foreign Policy December 04, 2009
Russia boosts ties with Vatican
Russia and the Vatican have agreed to establish full diplomatic relations
BBC News December 03, 2009
Putin says no plans to leave power
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ruled out a departure from politics, telling a questioner: "Don't hold your breath"
Reuters December 03, 2009
Alexander Litvinenko: A very Russian poisoning
In the most detailed account of the killing yet, former Russian military intelligence officer Boris Volodarsky reveals all
LONDON Telegraph December 02, 2009
Deadly Russia Train Derailment Was Terrorist Attack, Officials Say
Traces of explosives were found at the train crash site, including chemical residue from a homemade bomb
FOX News November 28, 2009
Faith leaders call for calm as murdered priest is buried
Religious tensions rise after death of man who converted Muslims to Christianity
LONDON Independent November 24, 2009
Russia 'is now a criminal state'
Russia has now turned into a "criminal state", according to the man who was once its leading foreign investor
BBC News November 23, 2009
Gas fears to dominate Russia-Ukraine talks
Relations between Russia and its former vassal are at a post-cold war low
Financial Times November 18, 2009
Russian lawmaker proposes to strike God from national anthem
A Russian communist legislator suggested removing the word "God" from the national anthem in order to unite the multiethnic country
RIA Novosti November 17, 2009
Georgia, Russia spat focuses on passport
Document seizure sparks dueling statements
WorldNetDaily November 10, 2009
Russia 'simulates' nuclear attack on Poland
Russia provoked outrage in Poland by simulating an air and sea attack on the country during military exercises
LONDON Telegraph November 01, 2009
Putin: Iran sanctions talk premature
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin criticized talk of sanctions against Iran, undermining U.S. efforts to present a united front against Tehran's nuclear program at a crucial moment
The Seattle Times October 14, 2009
Russia accuses Georgia of supporting terrorism in N.Caucasus
Russia's security chief accused Georgia of supporting terrorist groups in Russia's North Caucasus
RIA Novosti October 13, 2009
Russia to sell advanced defense system to Saudis
Deal deters Moscow's sale of missile shield to Iran
WorldNetDaily October 06, 2009
Russian bombers test high-precision weaponry during drills
Russian strategic and tactical bombers equipped with new high-precision weapons systems have successfully conducted live-firing drills
RIA Novosti September 28, 2009
The Perestroika Deception
That long and patient strategy of deception was developed in the halls of the KGB, and dutifully carried out by Communist subversives in the United States
American Thinker September 25, 2009
Russian Professor: Collapse Of America Could Begin In Two Months
Doomsday author says Obama is doing nothing to forestall disintegration
Prison Planet September 01, 2009
Kremlin prepares law on military missions abroad
President Dmitry Medvedev proposed legislation to give him the legal basis to send troops abroad to defend Russia's interests
Reuters August 10, 2009
Russian subs patrol off U.S. East Coast: officials
Two nuclear-powered Russian attack submarines have been patrolling off the eastern seaboard of the United States in the first mission of its kind so close to shore in nearly a decade
Reuters August 05, 2009
Russia accuses Georgia of trying to destabilize Caucasus
Russia's foreign minister accused the Georgian leader of attempting to destabilize the Caucasus region by inviting U.S. observers to join the EU's monitoring mission
RIA Novosti August 05, 2009
Georgia in Russia land-grab claim
Georgia has accused Russia of trying to seize more of its territory
BBC News August 03, 2009
Russia Accuses Georgia of Raising Tension After Report of Attack in South Ossetia
Russia's Defense Ministry released a statement accusing Georgia of trying to stoke violence in South Ossetia, and vowed to "use all means and resources available to protect the citizens of the republic of South Ossetia and the Russian servicemen"
The New York Times August 02, 2009
Russia, Cuba agree to renew joint nuclear research
Russia and Cuba agreed to renew their cooperation in nuclear research with Cuba's Nuclear Energy Agency
RIA Novosti May 27, 2009
Russian arms exports to grow by up to $800 mln in 2009
Russian arms exports are expected to increase by $700-$800 mln despite the global credit crunch
RIA Novosti May 27, 2009
Gay activists in Moscow thwarted
Moscow's mayor describes gay marches as 'satanic,' and protesters can face violent opposition
Los Angeles Times May 17, 2009
Vladimir Putin questions Dmitry Medvedev's future
Vladimir Putin has sought to assert his authority as Russia's most powerful
LONDON Telegraph May 11, 2009
Military to Showcase New Missiles at Victory Parade
On display for the first time will be the new S-400 air-defense missile system
The Moscow Times May 08, 2009
Russia to build 6 Kilo-class diesel submarines for Vietnam
Admiralty Shipyards in St. Petersburg will build six Kilo class diesel-electric submarines for delivery to Vietnam
RIA Novosti April 27, 2009
Russia's nuclear attack on U.S. may start with major banks
An attack against only five targets in the USA will throw the US economy back into the Stone Age
PRAVDA April 17, 2009
Medvedev Says He, Not Putin, Is in Charge
President Dmitry Medvedev assured a BBC reporter that he is in charge of Russia even as his predecessor, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, continues to wield enormous influence
The Moscow Times March 30, 2009
Turkey and Russia on the Rise
Russia is moving aggressively to extend its influence throughout the former Soviet empire, while Turkey is rousing itself from 90 years of post-Ottoman isolation
Stratfor March 17, 2009
Medvedev Calls for Military Upgrade, Cites Threats to Russia
President Dmitry Medvedev called for the modernization of Russia's armed forces as his defense minister warned of an increasing threat
Bloomberg March 17, 2009
Russia, Libya sign warship contract worth up to $200 mln
Libya has signed with Russia a contract worth up to an estimated $200 million to buy three missile boats
RIA Novosti March 10, 2009
Jordan, Russia initial nuclear deal
Jordan and Russia initialled a nuclear cooperation agreement, with the Kingdom set to sign two similar deals with Romania and the UK
The Jordan Times February 27, 2009
Nato warning for Russia over 'political' gas crisis
Frantic efforts to restore gas supplies to millions of European consumers failed after Russia refused to turn the pipeline back on in its showdown with Ukraine
LONDON Times January 09, 2009
Vladimir Putin's weapon could easily backfire into a very cold war
Putin's aim, presumably, as well as punishing Ukraine's Government for its hopes of joining Nato, is to warn those on Europe's eastern border of the advantages of staying close to Russia, and the dangers of turning westwards
LONDON Times January 08, 2009
As if Things Weren't Bad Enough, Russian Professor Predicts End of U.S.
In Moscow, Igor Panarin's Forecasts Are All the Rage; America 'Disintegrates' in 2010
The Wall Street Journal December 29, 2008
Russian ship sails through Panama
A Russian warship has sailed through the Panama Canal for the first time since World War II
BBC News December 06, 2008
Ex-Diplomat Says Georgia Started War With Russia
A parliamentary hearing on the origins of the war between Georgia and Russia ended in a furor after a former Georgian diplomat testified that Georgian authorities were responsible for starting the conflict
The New York Times November 26, 2008
Russia readies Georgia pullback
Russian troops began dismantling positions in the so-called "security zones" inside Georgia that they have occupied
The New York Times October 06, 2008
Georgia Offers Fresh Evidence on War's Start
A new front opened between Georgia and Russia over which side was the aggressor whose military activities ignited the lopsided war
The New York Times September 16, 2008
Russian ships to visit Venezuela; naval exercises possible
Russia announced it might hold joint military maneuvers with Venezuela in the Caribbean
CNN  September 08, 2008
Georgia and Russia sever diplomatic ties
The Georgian government broke off diplomatic relations with Russia, and Russia responded by doing the same
The New York Times August 29, 2008
Russia and Georgia Clash Over Separatist Region
Russia conducted airstrikes on Georgian targets, escalating the conflict in a separatist area of Georgia that is shaping into a test of the power and military reach of an emboldened Kremlin
The New York Times August 09, 2008
U.S. Calls for Russia to Halt Attacks as Fighting in Breakaway Georgia Province Escalates
Georgia, a staunch U.S. ally, launched a surprise military offensive to retake South Ossetia
FOX News August 08, 2008
Russian Bombers Could Be Deployed to Cuba
Move Would Be Response to U.S. Missile Defense System, Newspaper Izvestia Says
The Washington Post July 22, 2008
Gadgets blamed as lightning strikes dozens
Lightning killed and injured more than a dozen people in Russia
CNN  July 18, 2008
Medvedev Takes Oath in Russia, but Putin Dominates Much of Day
Dmitri A. Medvedev, the Kremlin insider and unprepossessing lawyer who had never held elected office before, was sworn in as Russia’s president inside the Grand Kremlin Palace
The New York Times May 08, 2008
Putin officially agrees to remain biggest boss in Russia
Putin will remain a maverick at the party even after he officially becomes its leader
PRAVDA April 15, 2008
Dmitry Medvedev wins Russian election
Dimitry Medvedev, Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor, swept to a landslide victory in the most one-sided presidential election in Russia's post-Soviet history
LONDON Telegraph March 03, 2008
Russia Quietly Starts to Shift Its Oil Trade Into Rubles
Americans surely found little to celebrate when the price of oil settled above $100 a barrel
The New York Times February 27, 2008
Vladimir Putin's nuclear threat to the West
Vladimir Putin delivered perhaps his most menacing tirade against the West yet, repeating threats to train nuclear missiles on Europe and warning of unspecified retaliation if Kosovo declared independence
LONDON Telegraph February 15, 2008
Russia threatens nuclear attack on Ukraine
Russia threatened to target the Ukraine with nuclear warheads if the former Soviet republic joins Nato and accepts the deployment of United States anti-missile defences on its territory
LONDON Telegraph February 12, 2008
'A new phase in the arms race is unfolding' says Putin
Vladimir Putin used one of the last major speeches of his presidency to deliver a defiant message to the West
LONDON Independent February 09, 2008
Syria in 'furious' frenzy to get Russian missiles
Security official: 'It's like a return to the Cold War'
WorldNetDaily February 06, 2008
Russia ready to use nuclear weapons if threatened - army chief
Russia's top military commander said that the country is prepared to use its nuclear weapons to defend itself
RIA Novosti January 19, 2008
Iran receives Russian nuclear fuel
Iran received its first nuclear fuel from Russia, paving the way for the startup of its reactor
USA Today December 17, 2007
Putin Backs Deputy Prime Minister as Successor
President Vladimir V. Putin endorsed as his successor Dmitri A. Medvedev, a protégé with no background in the state security services and virtually no power base in the Kremlin
The New York Times December 11, 2007
Warships head to Mediterranean in Russian show of strength
Russia has dispatched an 11-ship aircraft carrier group to the Mediterranean Sea as a first step towards re-establishing a naval presence
LONDON Guardian December 05, 2007
Russian strategic bombers conducted over 70 patrols since August
Bomber crews had practiced early detection and identification of potential targets and counter-intercept measures
RIA Novosti December 04, 2007
Russia suffers new deadly terror attack
Eight people were killed and at least 53 people were injured from the powerful blast
ASSIST News Service October 31, 2007
Attack Iran and you attack Russia
The barely reported highlight of Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Tehran for the Caspian Sea summit was a key face-to-face meeting with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
Global Research October 28, 2007
Gorbachev sets up Russia movement
The leader of the former Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, founded a new political movement in Russia
BBC News October 20, 2007
Russia plans new nuclear weapons
President Vladimir Putin said that Russia was working on new types of nuclear weapons as part of a "grandiose" plan
Reuters October 18, 2007
Russian Pentecostal Pastor Objects to Mandatory Orthodox Culture Classes
Pastor Andrei Karchev says "Religion should be a matter of conscience for each individual"
ASSIST News Service September 26, 2007
Exclusive: The Russian Bear Awakens from Hibernation: Prepare for the Worst?
Unless you've been sleeping, you are aware of Russia's aggression under Vladimir Putin, whose objective may be only to return to the USSR a domestic model more familiar to him
Family Security Matters September 24, 2007
Soviet plan for WW3 nuclear attack unearthed
Chilling Soviet plans to launch massive nuclear strikes in Europe followed by a ground offensive in Germany and southern France have been unearthed by a Nato historian
LONDON Telegraph September 20, 2007
Russia Threatens Cut in Belarus Gas Supply
In the latest of Russia's many disputes over energy payments with neighboring countries, the natural gas monopoly Gazprom warned that it would reduce supplies to Belarus unless the former Soviet state pays an outstanding gas bill of $456 million
The New York Times August 02, 2007
European Court victory for evangelical pastor in Russia
Pastor Petr Barankevich of the Christ's Grace Evangelical Church is the latest Russian citizen to win a freedom of thought, conscience and belief case at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg
ASSIST News Service August 01, 2007
Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia
Parliament, ministries, banks, media targeted
LONDON Guardian May 16, 2007
Former Russian leader Yeltsin dead
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin dies aged 76, Kremlin confirms
CNN  April 24, 2007
Russians insistent on U.S. Iran attack
Ahmadinejad announcing atomic 'good news' today
WorldNetDaily April 09, 2007
Belarus Imposes Duty on Russian Oil Exports
Belarus has slapped a transit duty on Russian oil crossing its territory
Deutsche Welle April 01, 2007
Russian intelligence sees U.S. military buildup on Iran border
Russian military intelligence services are reporting a flurry of activity by U.S. Armed Forces near Iran's borders
RIA Novosti March 27, 2007
Moscow warns U.S. Iran policy may spark "clash of civilizations"
Washington has been pushing for tougher international sanctions against Iran, which it suspects of pursuing a nuclear weapons program
RIA Novosti March 27, 2007
Putin Removes Chechen President, Appoints Ally
Region's Premier, Accused of Human Rights Abuses, Becomes the Acting Leader
The Washington Post February 16, 2007
Georgian uranium smuggling case throws Russia on defensive
Russia responded with silence after Georgia revealed a foiled effort by a Russian man to sell weapons-grade uranium
USA Today January 26, 2007
Moscow and Minsk resolve oil row
Russia has agreed to slash duty it will charge Belarus for crude oil, ending a damaging row between the two states
BBC News January 13, 2007
Russia oil row hits Europe supply
Russia has cut oil supplies to Poland, Germany and Ukraine amid a trade row with its neighbour Belarus
BBC News January 08, 2007
Russia Belarus Gas Pricing Row Sparks Jitters in Europe
Russia and Belarus are meeting to try and defuse a gas war that could threaten supplies to the EU
Deutsche Welle December 29, 2006
Russia upgrades nuclear missiles
Russia says it is deploying a mobile version of its most important long-range nuclear missile
BBC News December 05, 2006
Russian Weapons Sales to Iran
Why They Are Unlikely to Stop
PONARS Policy Memo December 2006
Radioactive Poison Killed Ex-Spy
British Say Case of Putin Critic Is Unprecedented
The Washington Post November 25, 2006
Russian Footprints
What does Moscow have to do with the war in Lebanon?
National Review Online August 24, 2006
Russian Government Arbitrarily Denying Entry To Christian Workers
President Vladimir Putin, hosting the G8's first summit in Russia, hopes to use the meeting to showcase his country's new assertive global posture, but at the same time may be closing the doors to religious freedom in Russia
ASSIST News Service July 14, 2006
Mastermind of Russian school siege killed
Report: Chechen warlord dies in blast set by Russian agents
CNN  July 11, 2006
Student murder in Russia 'racist'
A Senegalese student has been killed by unidentified gunmen in St Petersburg, in what police believe is a racially-motivated attack
BBC News April 07, 2006
Venezuela May Buy Russian Fighters
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that he might buy Russian combat fighters after charging that Washington had torpedoed a deal to buy aircraft from Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer
The Moscow Times April 05, 2006
Putin unveils 'new super missile'
Russia developed missiles capable of penetrating any missile defence system, President Vladimir Putin says
BBC News January 31, 2006
Russia strengthens nuclear shield with up-to-date Bulava missile systems
The new strategic missile complex Bulava would be added to Russia's military arsenal
PRAVDA 12/21/2005
War games seen as 'message'
A joint Chinese and Russian military exercise is meant as a political signal to the United States, in addition to helping Moscow showcase its weapons for sale to China
The Washington Times 8/17/2005
Russia, China plan battle drill
Russia and China will hold an unprecedented joint military exercise, using long-range bombers and submarines to settle an imaginary conflict in a foreign land
The Seattle Times 8/03/2005
Russian Oil Tycoon Is Convicted and Sentenced to 9 Years in Jail
A Russian court convicted Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, the embattled tycoon and founder of the Yukos oil company, of criminal charges and sentenced him to nine years in a prison camp
The New York Times 5/31/2005
Police raid Pentecostal church
Masked special forces call worshippers 'sectarian,' 'prostitutes'
WorldNetDaily 4/23/2005
Chechen leader Maskhadov killed
Russian forces say Chechen rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov has been killed
BBC News 3/08/2005
Russia-Iran nuclear deal signed
Russia and Iran have signed an agreement for Moscow to supply fuel to Iran's new nuclear reactor in Bushehr
BBC News 2/27/2005
Russian MPs ratify Kyoto treaty
Russia's lower house of parliament has ratified the Kyoto Protocol - the international treaty on climate change
BBC News 10/22/2004
Islamic leader hails Chechen attack
Says similar operation would be justified in UK
WorldNetDaily 9/08/2004
Al-Qaida link to school massacre?
At least 10 of 'Chechen' terrorists were Arabs
WorldNetDaily 9/06/2004
Opening Russia to free markets
Conferences focus on Putin's reforms, technology, European relations
WorldNetDaily 5/19/2004
Putin resurrects Cold War threats
Presides over practice of Russian nuclear attack on U.S.
WorldNetDaily 3/23/2004
Landslide win for Putin
Vladimir Putin claimed victory in Russia's presidential elections, racking up nearly 70 percent of the vote in early returns from balloting in which he was considered a shoo-in for a second term
CNN  3/15/2004
Russia Tests Missile That Could Evade U.S. Defense
Russian President Vladimir V. Putin said that Russia successfully tested a new strategic missile system, that analysts said could allow nuclear warheads to avoid U.S. defenses
Los Angeles Times 2/19/2004
Putin Has World Bank's Support
World Bank president James Wolfensohn was "relaxed" about the Yukos scandal and felt confident that President Vladimir Putin would not veer away from market reforms
The Moscow Times 1/22/2004
Russian Oil Tycoon Khodorkovsky Arrested
The country's richest man is detained in Siberia and charged with tax evasion and fraud
Los Angeles Times 10/26/2003
Church destroyed after 'gay wedding'
Local leaders considered it defiled after ceremony for 2 men
WorldNetDaily 10/09/2003
Moscow to keep helping Tehran
Moscow vowed to continue its nuclear assistance to Iran even if Tehran rejects the tougher international inspections demanded by the United States, as a senior foreign policy adviser brushed aside U.S. criticisms of the Russian program
The Washington Times 6/05/2003
The vote of the dead souls
The referendum on Chechnya's future was haunted by spirits of the past
The Economist 5/27/2003
China, Russia see steady development of bilateral links
With the state visit to Russia by China's President Hu Jintao, the two neighboring countries are expected to push further their strategic cooperative partnership
China Daily 5/26/2003
The EU and Russia: Ever Closer Partners in a Wider Europe
The cornerstone of EU-Russia relations is the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA)
Delrus May 2003
Putin rebuffs Blair on Iraq
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a rebuff to Britain and the U.S., said U.N. sanctions should not be lifted against Iraq until the existence of any banned weapons of mass destruction had been clarified
CNN  4/29/2003
Russia plagued by rise in gambling
After being all but banned during the Soviet era, gambling fever has returned with a vengeance to St Petersburg
Casino Man 4/22/2003
Russia briefed Iraq on US tactics to justify invasion
Russian agents reported to Iraq that the US President, George Bush, hoped to justify war by provoking a conflict with United Nations weapons inspectors, according to Iraqi intelligence documents
The Sydney Morning Herald 4/21/2003
Russian MP's death sparks storm
Russian members of parliament accused the government of losing the battle against crime after the killing of leading liberal politician
BBC News 4/18/2003
HIV cases continue to increase in Russia
While the number of AIDS deaths is low, an epidemic of HIV infection is raging in Russia, with up to 1.5 million Russians carrying the virus
The Seattle Times 4/18/2003
Russia is 'major child porn source'
Police in Russia say the country has become a major source of child pornography on the internet
BBC News 12/04/2002
Russians Storm Theater; Kill Chechen Rebel Leader
Dozens of bodies were seen being removed from the theater
FOX News 10/26/2002
Chechens Seize Moscow Theater, Taking as Many as 600 Hostages
At least 40 Chechen guerrillas wearing masks and camouflage and firing automatic rifles stormed into a crowded theater in Moscow where a popular musical was playing, took up to 600 hostages, and threatened to blow up the building
The New York Times 10/24/2002
Georgian-Russian tension on the rise
Tension between Georgia and Russia is increasing over Pankisi Gorge and Abkhazia
ReliefWeb 8/21/2002