NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM AUGUST 13 2015

The Russian branch office of the Nefarium has been busy this week, in this case, with the announcements coming out of the Russian Central Bank director Elvira Nabiullina and President Vladimir Putin's office regarding Russia's internal and international aspirations for a financial clearing system independent of US influence and control:

Russia to issue 30mn national payment cards in 2016 – CBR head

Russia's Banks Return to Profit, Card Payment System Ready for Launch

8 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM AUGUST 13 2015”

  1. Screw UK-USA Russia had enough of being Europe punching bag. I hope the credit-debit card system isn’t a swindle scam like it is in the West.

  2. Frankie Calcutta

    Do you ever wonder what ever happened to all those Japanese soldiers taken prisoner by the Soviets after the Battle off Manchuria? Could they secretly be running Russia much like the nazis taken prisoner by the allies are secretly running the United States today? Is this how the Yakuza got its directed energy weapons? Moreover, could the Japanese International and its subsidiaries like the Yakuza and rogue elements in the KGB be responsible for shooting down the Malaysian planes in their quest for a Eurasian empire? Could the Imperial Eurasian Pact be the blueprint for their long range goal for this Eurasian empire covertly run by imperialist Japanese? Noteworthy is the continued cooperation between the Russian and Japanese space agencies despite the apparent political tensions. Will the Russians graciously offer the Japanese a rocket to bring their mega later into space one day and place it on the Moon? With the mega laser in place, will the Japanese International then come out of the closet and announce their imperial ambitions for Eurasia? Will they then fry parts of the United States in retaliation for Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Fukushima?

    How about the Nazi International? Considering Imperial Japan’s refusal to open up an Eastern front against the Soviet Union, could the expatriate nazis be harboring a tsunami sized grudge against their fair weather axis ally? How different the world would be if Japan invaded Russia from the east as Hitler hoped, thereby forcing the Soviets to commit troops to the east? Would things have gone much differently in Operation Barbarosa? Without these extra Soviet troops to defend against the German invasion, would the Soviet Union have been destroyed? Could this have been the greatest blunder of the war– the failure of the Japanese to open up a second front for the Soviets and thereby greatly increasing the chances of a German victory? And how badly did the Japanese pay for this blunder when the Soviets disregarded the Soviet-Japanese Non Aggression Pact and annihilated the Japanese occupational forces in Manchuria after the atom bombs were dropped by the US? With the Soviet Union out of the war, it would have been the United States solely fighting a two front war against Japan and Germany (as Great Britain would have opted for a Third Way and installed Rudolf Hess as the Gauleiter of the British Isles). Undoubtedly things would be much different. There probably would be no covert internationals to speculate about as their wartime overt aims would have been achieved. Chances are we would be speaking Japanese or German depending on what side of the Mississippi River one lived on, and we would be driving to work in our anti-gravity hovercrafts, assuming we survived the war, the slave camps, forced prostitution, medical experiments, etc. Most likely though, Eastasia and Eurasia would be at each other’s throats by now and the Japanese speaking Americans and the German speaking Americans would be lobbing rockets into each other’s territories, rockets financed and supplied by a covert international that always remains underground no matter what empire is in charge and makes their livelihood fueling and financing disputes between empires.

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