Collapse and Systemic Failure at All Levels Coming to U.S.-Dmitry Orlov

4Dmitry Orlov:  Ukraine Crisis, Russia and Crimea UpdateBy Greg Hunter’s 

Dmitry Orlov is a Russian blogger who writes about the parallel between the U.S and the USSR.  Orlov lived through the financial collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990’s, and he thinks the U.S. is on the same trajectory.  Orlov contends, “The trajectory is defined by this sort of incompetent militarism where more and more money results in bigger and bigger military fiascos around the world and less and less of actual foreign policy that can be pursued or articulated.  There are massive levels of corruption.  The amount of money that is being stolen by the U.S. Government and its various appropriations processes is now in the trillions of dollars a year.  Runaway debt, the United States now has a level of debt that is un-repayable.  All we’re waiting for is interest rates to go across the magic threshold of 3% and the entire budget of the country explodes.  There are also all types of other tendencies that point in the direction of collapse and systemic failure at all levels.” 

So, how close are we to collapse or system failure?  Orlov contends, “I am pretty sure that anyone who makes a prediction when the collapse will happen is wrong.  Nobody can say when it will happen.  It’s the same as saying a bridge that is structurally deficient; you don’t know when a truck is going to fall through into the river below. . . . You can be chronically sick for a long time, and then one day, you go into a coma or your heart stops.  You cannot predict what day that will happen.  Orlov does say, “The United States right now, from my point of view and the point of view from observers from around the world, is on suicide watch.  It’s a country that is going to self-destruct at some point in the near future.” 

On the Ukraine crisis, Orlov thinks, “The Crimea referendum was the first legal way to find out what the people wanted to do.  The turnout was remarkable, and they voted overwhelmingly to rejoin Russia, to become part of Russia once again.  The interesting thing here is it was not just the Russians that voted to join Russia but the Ukrainians in Crimea, which makes a sizable part of the population voted to join Russia. . . Ukraine is composed of sort of a no man’s land in the West and then Russian territories in the East. . . .  If that trend holds, you are basically left with this insolvent nugget of nothingness, and it will be up to the international community to decide what to do with these people.  They are right now marching around Kiev with baseball bats and going into government offices and beating up members of local government and installing their own members.  They are basically running amok.  They don’t even have the support of the Ukrainian military at this point.  So, it will be a mop-up operation against these neo-fascists that are running amok.”  Orlov goes on to say, “In Washington, in the Obama Administration and in the Kerry State Department, we have absolutely breathtaking levels of incompetence.  These people really don’t know what they’re doing and are dangerous at any speed; and everywhere else, we have this follow the incompetent leader thing taking place, and it’s really, really frightening because the incompetents are leading the world to a really dangerous place.” 

Orlov goes on to say, “What are these people doing trash talking the Russians?  What would these people do without Russia?  How would they get out of earth’s orbit and visit the international space station?  Who would negotiate international deals with Syria and Iran because all they can do is blunder and lose face.”  Russia doesn’t need the United States for anything.  The United States is the most dispensable country on earth.” 

On possible war between Ukraine and Russia, Orlov contends, “They are not going to fight because the Ukraine military is part of the Russian military.  There really isn’t any opposition.  The Ukrainian military will decide what to do in a few days, and then they will inform the Russians, and after that, maybe they will inform their own government.  Maybe they will just go into the government offices and just round them up.  Last I heard, 60% of Ukrainian military accepted Russian passports already.  The remaining parts are being shipped out to the mainland.  That is happening peacefully.  So, there isn’t going to be any fight.  The really important point is the Ukrainian military all over Ukraine does not support the government in Kiev.  They are withholding support, and what they really want is to join the Russian military. . . . The best thing Russia can do is sit back and relax and let this work out.  I don’t think the government in Kiev has any legs.”   

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Dmitry Orlov of coming from Central America.

(There is much more in the video interview.) 

After the Interview: 
Dmitry Orlov is currently working on a new book that will be out later this year.  Orlov says, “The new book is about communities and what makes them resistant to adverse events such as financial collapse.”  Orlov adds, “The U.S., as a whole, is not resistant to shocks, but some parts of America are.”  You can find Dmitry Orlov at 

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  1. Galaxy 500

    Wow Greg, what a coup!
    Damn powerful.
    It’s a country that is going to self-destruct at some point in the near future.” 

    The United States is the most dispensable country on earth.” 
    Does anything else really need to be said?

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you 500!

    • NoOne

      Yes quite the coup indeed. A Russian ex-pat blogger living in Central America explains the world to us. Maybe next time we’ll hear from one of the people who wear a Mickey Mouse costume at Disney Land. Surely one of them is a blogger and can fill us all in. Maybe go through the Coast to Coast guest list and get that big foot guy or the chupacabra blogger. Not saying the man is incorrect; just sayin’.

      Now excuse me as I have to wire the assistant treasurer of Swazzy Wazzy Land a few grand so he can release millions of bucks to me from an unused secret fund only he knows about. I can hardly wait. I saw it on the internet. Must be true.

      • Charles H.


        Ridicule is the resort of the weak – who have no real capacity for reasoning or rhetoric: mainly because they haven’t the stomach to be proven wrong. America is in it’s own Disney-World-ish delusion – whether you see it, or willing to see it or not.

        • Paul Becke

          No-One has spoken. What a let-down.

      • Galaxy 500

        Who cares? NoOne

        • Frank

          Most likely a paid troll IMHO! IGNORE!

      • JC Davis

        No one swallows a elephant and chokes on a fly ?

      • Justin King

        Other than being uninformed, snarky and wrong, your comment was a great assistance to us all.

        • Galaxy 500

          What you said Justin.

        • R0Tten to the c0RE

          Dear NoOne,
          To know one is to be one, NoOne, which makes you one, NoOne. To imply that just because it’s on the net, we thunk it must be true, just shows you ain’t, mate! NoOne, your the kind that could never be true. We give you guy’s every chance to be true, but it seems that’s to much for you’se.
          So my best advice sir, is to go back to school and get a real job, because you’ll never be James Bond. Even Maxwell Smart was smart enough not to be a phony. Right now your more like Siegfried, ” Vice President of Public relations And Terror for KAOS”
          See Get Smart (Episode #55: “How to Succeed in the Spy Business Without Really Trying”) Watch it, you might learn how to be a real Spy, (Gin up, Always Frame Up,”the other guy of course”, Shape up or Ship Out). You just might make it me boy. NEVER GIVE UP! YOU CAN BE A SOMEBODY, N0ONE!

      • In Fairness

        … to NoOne, he made valid points.
        What are Mr. Orlov’s credentials?
        What is his education?
        Why should I care about his opinion?
        What makes his opinion better than another blogger of a varying opinion?
        What is his track record?

        Americans should be as patriotic to their country as Mr. Orlov is to his.

        He gave opinions.
        There are no facts, no substantiated facts … just his opinion.
        Perhaps he is right.
        Perhaps he is not.

        So here on USA Watchdog, someone cannot express an “opposing” opinion with being bashed and rebuked.
        That’s not the USA Watchdog I used to love.
        It has now become the USA Watchdog that I seldom comment on anymore. This is why.

        • R0Tten to the c0RE

          In Fairness,
          What are your credentials, In Fairness?

          • In Fairness

            I have no need for credentials.
            I am not blogging and doing commentary on an inflamed international situation.
            I am not speaking as one with authority/experience to address a situation. Mr Orlov does.

            I am an American.
            I believe in the Constitution of the United States.
            I speak by my country’s rights to “freedom of expression”.
            Even someone I may not agree with, has the right to speak his opinions.

            Mr. Orlov has the right to speak.
            So does NoOne.

            I am an American.
            A patriotic one.
            I need no other credentials to speak my opinion in this country.
            You have the same right.

            What are my credentials as a person?
            Thirty-nine years as a newspaper reporter who has always believed in balanced, truthful reporting.
            I do not care for “yellow journalism” in any of its many forms.

            An opinion is an opinion.
            A fact is a fact.
            There is nothing wrong with either.
            Today’s news has a proclivity to present opinion as fact.
            It will serve one well to remember they are not the same thing.

          • Galaxy 500

            Yellow journalism. At least you had some basic history in school. You know the term but like most, you dont really understand what it means, in all fairness to you, I wouldn’t expect you to. You are an American, so are we. I have seen you before I think. As I was skipping down the Yellow Brick road of Main Stream Media Yellow journalism, I think I passed you nailed to a pole singing something about getting a brain. Good luck comrade

          • Frank

            Just another troll.See the technique. Always attack the messenger. Don’t respond to the man’s points….attack him!
            Another paid gov troll IMHO!

        • Charles H.

          In Fairness,

          Using your own deduction – NoOne made valid s pointS?? Which were THEY (plural)??? Read the comment again. The ONLY observation was – “A Russian ex-pat blogger living in Central America explains the world to us.” From there on it is derogatory: there ARE no points, except derision; and a disclaimer.
          What are Mr. Orlov’s credentials? He was born and raised in Russia.
          What is his education? Personal, first-hand experience in the economic crash of the USSR.
          Why should I care about his opinion? He has pertinent, inside familiarity with the culture and history.
          What makes his opinion better than another blogger of a varying opinion? He is a Russian; and a published one at that.
          What is his track record? Independent sources concur with his statements over the space of years.
          “Americans should be as patriotic to their country as Mr.Orlov is to his.” No-one here could agree with you more – only you do not qualify what patriotism is! Let me give it to you. Faithful adherence to the principles and purposes set forth by the Constitution of the United States of America; without allowance to re-interpretation to it’s language or meaning. True patriotism holds to the founding creation – and if you KNEW this site: you’d realize THAT is what we mostly do here. Raising this issue after the tone of your twenty-questions: amounts to a veiled accusation – and an undeserved one.
          And like Mr. Orlov – YOU, yourself, are relegated to opinion.
          So when you attempt to lambaste those on this site for replying in – let us say – negative terms: it really amounts to “turn about fair play”. NoOne laid-into Mr. Orlov pretty hard – besides being the one who started it. IF you have something to contribute or say: you are more than welcome. If it is your purpose to throw-down on the site, and try to make us feel bad: don’t expect to be coddled.

          • JC Davis

            Charles H.
            My word that was a (great) comment.

          • In Fairness

            No coddling.

            “NoOne laid-into Mr. Orlov pretty hard – besides being the one who started it.”

            “He started it,” is not an excuse I will accept from my grandchildren. Every effort is made to instill in them sound reasoning and to rise above the provocation.

            I stand by my opinion: NoOne made valid points.
            Internet news is awash with sensationalism, untempered passion and erroneous “facts and figures.”

            He had a right to express his frustration.
            He would have done well to season it with self-control. That does not negate what was valid in his opinion.

            This truth sums up today well: II Timothy 4:3
            For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear.

          • pessimist

            Ignorance of the facts does not give one a right to make valid points out of non-valid points.

          • Deborah

            Charles, very good. I believe that there are three letter agency employees, people that get on the net and go around to integrative news sites such as Mr Hunter’s site, and they put in communist manifesto training comments. Look up the communist manifesto for full understanding. But insults, getting off topic, blaming others, acting very immature, that is the method of those with that mentality. The focus of Jesus was to have his followers be mature, honest, moral, hard working, and more. The goal of the communist leaders is to use others, in fact, communist ideals are the perfect satan worshiping government. All very selfish, me, me, me and take what you can, that is the communist method. The three letter agencies have many plants, and I suspect the insults, the off tract, are just hired guns from these agencies.

          • Galaxy 500

            Excellent. You know you’ve won when they pull out some Bible verse to attempt to make there hatefilled attack justified. Just like those Westbrook Baptist (it keeps me they co-opted Baptist) creeps. Much evil is done in the name of God

          • Paul Becke

            His quotation from a text of Scripture relating to adherence to the Christian faith, and applying it to geopolitics of all things, tells us all we need to know about the crassness of the man’s intellect. Not to speak of his Christian development.

        • R0Tten to the c0RE

          In Fairness
          Why don’t you Google Dmitry Orlov and find some answers to your questions. I did and it’s pretty impressive to say the least! After so many years you seem to have lost faith in Greg and his choice of guest’s. Why don’t you share with us whom you think might be a more fair and balanced guest , in all fairness, Fairness? You also claim Mr. Orlov is patriotic to his country, you must know more about Mr. Orlov than your letting on because he left his country to live in the US and became an American citizen, so which country do mean he’s patriotic too, his adopted or native? Fairness if you believe in what you have to say,
          no amount of rebukes should discourage you, especially if you really love your country and fellow man like the man who put this all together for us Greg Hunter!

        • Galaxy 500

          In all fairness, if I criticize my govt, does that make me unpatriotic?

          • Frank

            You are arguing with a troll! Ignore! When Uncle Scam runs outa dough(almost there)they will disappear!

          • Galaxy 500

            I was making fun of the troll….seems like it was a feeble attempt on my part

      • Troy

        LMAO! Why not interview him? NoOne afraid? I don’t believe everything this pro Russian guest has to say, but he doesn’t seem too far off.

        Mahalo Greg!!!

      • Anon Amous

        No One, because you are in middle school the rest of us in this discussion will forgive your child like understanding of the world around you. But please, the next time you decide to post on an adult site, please bring something to thetable other tthan Bigfoot. Now run along or you’ll miss your bus.

      • Robert

        I must agree with NoOne. I have been listening and watching Orlov for a long time and he used to be one of these peak oil guys. He was prophecying that peak oil would kill America and it was imminent. That whole school of thought just kinda went into the waste bin after Oil prices collapsed in 2008 but Orlov just kept on trucking with his predictions. He lived in the U.S. for a long time but never had much good to say about it except it is dead. Some of his analysis is spot on but the longer I listen to him the more he just sounds like another Kremlin propagandist. It is too bad the anti-globalist movement got so co-opted by the Russians. Unfortunately Americans know almost nothing about history. There is a reason so many of Russia’s neighbors broke away from the Soviet Union to go their own way and it wasn’t just the “Western Bankers”. I got some bad news, those same evil bankers run Russia behind the scenes too. Good riddens Orlov. I hope you like Central America better. With Honduras and its #1 murder rate in the world you’d think he’ll be missing good ol USA soon enough.

    • allen ols


      here from the HT small part on stuff.


      The full title of the document is “Collateral Damage: US Covert Operations & the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001” which offers extreme details. The document is fiery and loaded, describing who was involved, the motive for the attack, and how the cover-up was executed. This is not a sideshow or hack job. The document was written by the US Office of Naval Intelligence, therefore not just another report quickly dismissed. The rejection of hard data by mindless critics is an abomination, and a poor reflection of American intelligence levels. They even conjured an ugly name of Truthers, in disparaging tone. It is as though those who pursue the truth are enemies of the sprawling fascist state. The naval intell document attempts to put the complex pieces together, indicative of a major rift within the Defense Intelligence Network. The Jackass has previously pointed out a schism between the Pentagon and NSA in recent months. See the Scribd article (CLICK HERE). Also, a new exposure has been floating around the USCongress. It is an unredacted version (no black magic marker blots) that accidentally was circulated. Some important and powerful parties are carefully releasing information in order to enable the bankster security press pharma cabal to be exposed. For two years, the Jackass has reported a deep division within the USGovt security agencies led by the National Security Agency and the Defense Intelligence Department. The naval intel group is the most prestigious.

      A couple Congressmen are horrified by what the document reveals, with ample evidence. It is not clear how or why these two men were selected. They had better not stand next to 50th story windows or hold rope next to chandeliers. They had better distribute the document far and wide, even to intrepid non-syndicated press reporters. The AE1000 group of architects and engineers has provided ample counter evidence in rebuttal of the official nonsensical whitewash reports. This new document on Collateral Damage outline in some detail the execution of events. The document paints a picture, where the alleged central nest for the design of the 911 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon is the Bush-Cheney gang with two key allies.

    • Jim Eagle Feather

      Yes, a Russian lived through a period when the international banks cut all funding to the old Soviet Union. Wow. And then in the early 2000s I recall being on net forums and chat and seeing Arabs and third-worlders going on how the Euro was going to crush the dollar and how European Union was going to re[lace the USA as a word leader. I laughed at their hopeful ignorance then and laugh even harder NOW. You make me giggle too, almost as much as Rusky-Rense does. So many of you Putinfiles love saying the Two wrongs made a right (the way Putin does) in that if BushCo could do it then its right for Putin to. How you guys call him a freedom beacon when he is known to have had many news editors murdered who posted bad news about Putin, is beyond me. Mayhaps some of you guys have Swiss accounts dull of RUBLES. Nyet?

    • Me

      Wierd. Is anyone else noticing these formerly well thought out and salient ethnic Russian commentarians are falling all over themselves to point out the correctness of Putin’s policies? Personally I really liked Ortlov when he was on the peak oil train, but I think he jumped the shark when he lept off that train onto the vw diesel microbus of ‘climate change’ liberal insanity….

  2. Agent P

    “All we’re waiting for is interest rates to go across the magic threshold of 3% and the entire budget of the country explodes.”

    Although Mr. Orlov’s sentiment regarding the 3% ‘Maginot line’ of the all-important 10-year bond is shared by many – and would be quite true in a ‘normal’ environment, unfortunately, as one Mr. Rob Kirby has accurately pointed out and is easily witnessed and verifiable as we speak, the Exchange Stabilization Fund, the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve in concert with each other, have effectively ‘captured’ the interest rate market – now, and until such time as no one yet knows.


    As I am certain Mr. Orlov would agree, a comeuppance for the fiscal and monetary profligacy of the United States, not to mention its foreign policy antics around the globe, is likely not to come from within, but from outside. And it will take a great many by surprise – up to and including holders of high office and high finance. Much like the credit crisis of 6 years ago, this ~may~ start out as a rather innocuous event or series of events, but it will rapidly cascade into a situation that escapes the grip of even our most vaunted ‘handlers’ and expert technicians of politics and finance.

    This is a ~highly~ volatile time we live in, and most in America don’t even know it. In some respects, ignorance is bliss in this regard, because if the American public knew just how rotten the floorboards upon which our nation currently rests were, panic for the exits would completely overwhelm they system. Somehow, I think many governmental agencies are already aware of this and are in the (rapid) process of preparing for ‘2.0’ when it finally arrives.

    The recent ‘history’ we are currently living through as witnessed in Ukraine, is what I would term: ‘The end of the beginning’ –

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Agent P. for adding your perspective and analysis to this post!

    • Dan

      More like the beginning of the end!

    • Galaxy 500

      Well reasoned analysis. Your posts are always thought provoking and on the money (gold and silver money…not fiat)

    • pessimist

      However, as Dr. Roberts, Willie, and others have pointed out, the ESF/Fed/Treasury trio can only save the dollar or the banks — but not both.

      So yes they can control interest rate market but only at the expense of massive USD printing.

    • JP727

      One of you best interviews, Greg. Great stuff.

  3. Justin King

    Firstly, congrats to Greg for perfect timing on bringing in Orlov.
    The guy is an oracle when it comes to US – Russia relations.
    His book Reinventing Collapse should be read BEFORE any of his other works.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Justin for the comment and some more info on Mr. Orlov.

      • irina

        Interesting that just a few days ago i picked up this book at a discount table at our local used book store and just started reading it last night. Very nice synchronicity with this article !

        Have been studying the Soviet Union and post-Communist Russia for some time now and am in the camp which thinks the United States is headed for an economic collapse, like the S.U. it is too big but not too big to (eventually) fail. Fortunately, we have stronger “state’s rights” and in an ideal scenario, the states would become more independent without major confrontation. (Living in Alaska,
        i am quite familiar with the concept of increasing state’s rights . . .)

    • Galaxy 500

      thanks for the heads up. I just ordered off of Amazon and its on sale

    • pessimist

      And very entertaining for those who enjoy sarcastic Russian humor.

      • pessimist

        Also, don’t forget to search out his many presentation videos on the net.

      • Galaxy 500

        Thanks, I went to his website after I offered the book.

  4. Thaddeus Thurston Thistlethwaite III

    Wonderful choice of yours to interview Dmitry Orlov. You are doing a HUGE service in presenting views not found in the mainstream. Is it possible to donate with silver? I’m serious about that. But if not some green pieces of paper will be coming your way. Thanks for all you do!!!

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Taddeus!

    • Galaxy 500

      T3 (3)
      Greg has a severe allergy to silver. Please send it to me and I will tell him how pretty it looks. Beck, I’ll even a nd you a thank you card and forge Greg’s name

  5. Fraser

    Great interview Greg – they just keep getting better and better! You are becoming a true master of your craft Sir!
    I am also delighted that you chose to interview some-one outside your country and Dmitry in particular. The fact that an American can talk so freely and openly with a Russian only strengthens my conviction that the whole world could get along, if only our stupid Governments could stop threatening each other!
    The absolute best news is that both the Ukraine and Russian military have no interest in fighting each other! This also explains why that absolute a-hole John McCain wants to send arms to the Ukraine Government – because without them there is no fight and this whole thing can be resolved democratically.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Fraser. I am hoping peace will prevail.

  6. Gunny Hiway

    Hi Greg,
    So glad I found your page.
    Your concise and informative editorial is refreshing and most welcomed.
    This interview with Mr. Orlov is very informative and speaks clearly to the issues facing Americans in these troubled times.
    My only question is: Will these crazy, warmongering “representatives” be thrown out and replaced before it is too late?
    I think we are perilously close already and their nefarious plans have come to fruition around us.
    Best Regards,

  7. Web Guy Perth

    You have stacked up some really good interviews lately.
    Orlov ,Willie ,Craig-Roberts, Sinclair, Williams,Sprott, Mannarino,Schiff.
    Definitely the GO TO website for online info.
    I feel like I live outside of the matrix and all my friends don’t know or don’t care whats happening. Normalcy bias I suppose. This website keeps me sane.
    Keep up the good work.
    Can you try to get Andrew Maguire on if possible.

    • Greg Hunter

      Web Guy,
      At some point everyone will know what we know. That point is moving much closer everyday. Thank you for your comment and support.

  8. Bill Sodomsky

    Good morning Greg;
    Thanks for bringing on Dmitry. I’m not sure if I was the only viewer to make the request, but it really doesn’t matter. What matters is that people in the west in particular, need to listen to the likes of an Orlov. The platform you have developed and strengthened through hard work, passion and integrity, is vital going forward as we continue towards systemic collapse. Yes, it’s important to listen to authorities on our current dilemmas and lament the fact, that all is not well, however, there comes a point where people need answers and hope. There is NO stopping the descent into Third World Status – US Style, but there are prepatory measures, which includes emotional strengthening, that people can learn as circumstances change. Visionaries such as Dmitry Orlov, James H. Kunstler, and John Michael Greer, have been on this for years. They have written prolifically on what now is upon us. I have researched and read extensively on finance, economics, history, geopolitics and philosophy. Most contributors are insightful and prescient in terms of what’ the problems are, but very few have meaninful reasonable solutions.
    I don’t mean to be pushy, but I heartily suggest you follow up on John Michael Greer (Archdruid Report). Greer is even more prolific a writer than Orlov, with an extensive knowledge of the energy piece, which by the way, is directly related to not only the Ukrainian fiasco, but the future of our planet. Greer like Orlov, is a visionary of vast proportions. They are level headed and solution-based. They are an island of calm amidst chaos.
    Finally, I truly consider you one of the good guys whose trying his best to make the world a better place. I, llike you, experienced the tremendous fraud and corruption that underpins our current western society. Unlike you and without your journalistic flair, have stayed on the sidelines doing what I can when I can, to inform those on what’s ahead. Through all of that, I came to place where I firmly believe it’s now time to focus on solutions, it’s time that people met the Orlov’s and the Greer’s, the true heroes of our time. Thanks to people like you Greg, a few individuals will stand a chance.
    Can’t wait see Greer and I hope this modest encouragement and thanks adds to the success of your meaningful endeavour.

    Best regards,
    Bill Sodomsky.

  9. William Betts

    Thank you very much for having Mr. Orlov on your news. There is a story in an international news source that says about the same thing that Orlov says about the USA. Obama is so far over his head in foreign policy that he could never dig himself out, and John Kerry is the biggest clown that has ever walked the halls of the State Dept. Doesn’t this make you really proud to be an American in the 21st century?????

    • R0Tten to the c0RE

      Yes we can be proud to be Americans where at least we know were free!
      _______________LEE GREENWOOD————————————

  10. Jerry

    Fascinating interview Greg.
    I think it is interesting how fast the Bank puppets in Washington backed off the red line talk in Ukraine when the Russians called their bluff. If that doesn’t send a message to the rest of the world as to how fragile our economic system is right now, destroying confidence in the dollar, I don’t know what will.? The problem is, we labor under the delusion that the rest of the world needs us, but that simply is not true according to this report.

    The Russians and Chinese have figured out what the Banking Cartel has been up to, and have been making plans for quite some time with the BRIC nations to replace the dollar and destroy the fiat paper scam. I would be really surprised if the Russians do not seize this opportunity to move their plan forward by dumping their Bonds. At this point the ball is in their court, not ours, and the Banking Cartel is living on borrowed time, and they know it.

    Thanks Greg for bringing Dmitry on. He brings a whole new approach to the subject.

    • Greg Hunter

      I think they are all going to accept other currencies sooner than later and th