Marx considered Russia as the gendarme of Europe, and we teachers put up… And hto are we then???

Karl Marx: England did Russia in the XVIII century power


Karl Marx is in 1856, working in the library of the British Museum, came upon a collection of documents on the relations between England and Russia in the eighteenth century and argued that the British policy contributed to the creation and strengthening of the Russian Empire. England needed a policeman on the Baltic sea, and they took the role of Russia. Russia “threw” England, when he refused to fight for her against the rebel States. This “kidok” determined policy of England against Russia in the XIX century.
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“Kolchak – the double agent,” said Colonel E. M. house, American politician, councillor Wilson

Original taken from aloban75 in “Kolchak – double agent,” said Colonel E. M. house, American politician, councillor Wilson

Kissinger. :-)

Original taken from avvakoum in Kissinger. 🙂

Wanted to avoid comment on this topic, but ran on the Runet, and, I think, necessary. In addition to the PM came a few requests, and I may not break. So what do you say as you can see, do not be angry, if that.


Fact 1. Kissinger is the heaviest caliber. Tectonic. He’s old and not going anywhere. The kiss is leading these negotiations, where there is seemingly matches the interests of the parties neither at the operational nor at the tactical level. But there are strategic vectors.
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