NEW RELEASE RUSSIAN NEWS ...Russia is not going to take all this suffering laying down : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Russia is in a dire situation. These are desperate people getting more desperate everyday. Capitolism has destroyed their pride and economic welfare. If things don't improve quickly you can expect a fallout and world economic crisis before long. This too maybe why the price of oil is moving up strongly. The market senses turmoil in world trade. Keep a close eye on oil and world events. Don't discard any Y2k supplies, things might not be so nice as the administration paints them. Oil folks, watch the price daily if you can.

-- Boris (, January 15, 2000


This must be the Russian counterpart to c4i.

-- semper paratus (still_here_with@my.pals), January 15, 2000.

A good site to watch.

-- nothing (, January 15, 2000.

LOL Semper! This "Russia" stuff has been in the works for decades; everyone slowing sliding their game pieces into position on the board. Anyone who thinks current headlines are something other than shadows of old moves ought to look again.

-- Hokie (, January 15, 2000.

THE CRUDE ONE is THE GREAT ONE I ALSO AM GREATER THAN BOTH YES, ALEXANDER IS THE GREAT ONE FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE. Bill Gates is nothing without me. I own the worlds gold because they foolishly sold it to me for some worthless paper dollars. GOLD MAKES THE RULES AND I OWN THE GOLD, SO I RULE.

-- ALEXANDER THE GREAT (, January 15, 2000.

Yawn...another site for some oil info.

-- nothing (, January 15, 2000.

And one more oil site as I fall asleep at my computer...

-- nothing (, January 15, 2000.

Here's an interesting FACT, the Russian stock market has doubled in the last month or so!!

Russian Stock Market


-- Ray (, January 16, 2000.

Boris your a clown with extra large shoes.

"Russia is in a dire situation."

It depends if your a peon or one of the New Russians skimming off the top of a large factory, mine or aid coming from abroad. Those at the top don't give a shit about the average Russian as long as there pockets are getting full and that's the way they want to keep it.

"These are desperate people getting more desperate everyday."

Have you ever been to the former Soviet Union, I thought not. The average Russian has put up with adversity for decades. They are used to it. Here's a little Belarussian tale to put it into perspective for you. There was a Belarussian (do you even know where Belarus is?) a Polish guy and an Italian. They were all caught stealing food and they were sentenced to hang. They strung them up, left them and came back the next morning and the Belarussian was hanging there still alive. The executioner said in awe and surprise, why are you still alive? The Belarussian said, well it was a little tight at first but I got used to it. When I was in Belarus a friend told me that story, I'll never forget it.

"Capitolism has destroyed their pride and economic welfare."

This statement suggests to me, you don't know what you're talking about. You're flinging words around carelessly.

What's with the Boris handle. You've probably lived in Hoboken, NJ your entire life.

-- Guy Daley (, January 16, 2000.

The biggest danger from Russia is that their weapons, weapons materials, and expertise are being sold to the highest bidder. There is corruption everywhere in Russia and the people are desperately in need of money. I wonder what Bin Laden has been able to acquire.

-- Danny (, January 16, 2000.

Mr. Daily,

The word capitalism is spelled with an "a" not an "o". You mispelled it every time.

By your own words: "You're flinging words around carelessly."

If you are going to support your arrogance with intelligence, I suggest you first buy a dictionary!

-- TruthSeeker (truthseeker@ seektruth.always), January 17, 2000.

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