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Alliances triggered. World War 1 begins. Rasputin warns Tsar

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Alliances triggered. World War 1 begins. Rasputin warns Tsar

The Duran History Series.
Russia and the rise of the Bolsheviks, EP. 8

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January 1, 2022
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Olivia Kroth
January 2, 2022
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In 1917, the Revolution was led by inhabitants of Saint Petersburg, Moscow and the Sverdlovsk Region. In Yekaterinburg, the capital of Sverdlovsk Region, they shot the last tsar and his family, in July 1918.

These days, at the end of 2021, we read reports that Yekaterinburg in the Sverdlovsk region, Saint Petersburg and Moscow are again “the most alarmed regions” of Russia.

The parallels between 1918 and 2021 are obvious.

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

ZNAK REPORTS: Sverdlovsk Region (Urals) entered the top of the most alarmed regions of Russia – At the end of 2021, the Sverdlovsk Region entered the rating of the most alarmed regions of Russia based on the National Anxiety Index.  Experts analyzed the susceptibility of urban residents to surrounding problems and fears. All regions were divided into groups: “alarmed”, “balanced” and “unperturbed”.  In addition to the Sverdlovsk region, the group “alarmed” includes St. Petersburg, Moscow, Arkhangelsk region, Tyumen region, Perm region, Krasnodar region and Crimea. According to the study, the greatest concern among residents of the Sverdlovsk region was caused… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

THE MOSCOW TIMES REPORTS:

“An angry reaction to the introduction of a nationwide system of QR codes restricting access to public spaces to the vaccinated, including the storming of several provincial government buildings, could presage future outbursts of unrest among Russia’s unvaccinated majority.”

“If we see harsh restrictions, that could provoke anger outside Moscow. The public mood is dark and aggressive right now, and pandemic restrictions could tip the balance.”

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

Just like in 1917! Then also “harsh suppression” of public protests tipped the balance, and the Bolshevik October Revolution was successful.

Olivia Kroth
January 2, 2022

It is truly wondrous, how history repeats itself in Russia. Another region of Russia, which is among those with a “highly alarmed” population, is Crimea, according to the recent “anxiety report”. Potemkin facades were built in Crimea, in the 18th century, and they are built again now, in the 21st century. Prince Grigory Aleksandrovich Potemkin-Tauricheski fooled Empress Catherine the Great by setting up foldable cardbord facades of houses, pretending there were “villages” in Crimea. Nowadays, facades are set up to pretend there are highways, fishing clusters, cultural clusters and other such pappmache structures which either do not exist at all or… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

CRIMEAN MEDIA REPORT: Megaprojects of Sevastopol in 2021: not a day without scandal and delays ( POTEMKIN VILLAGE NUMBER ONE) SEVASTOPOL – In 2021, Kamyshovoye Highway was put into operation in the city with a two-year delay after reconstruction.  It is planned to obtain the necessary conclusions and officially put into operation Kamyshovoe Shosse in mid-December.  This was announced at the beginning of the month by the director of the Department of Transport and Development of Road and Transport Infrastructure of Sevastopol, Pavel Ieno. “The construction readiness of the facility is 98%. A working commission has already been held, a… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

SCANDALS IN SEVASTOPOL: (POTEMKIN VILLAGE NUMBER TWO) The “cultural cluster” on Cape Khrustalny, since the start of construction in 2019, was immediately overgrown with scandals, since they began to build it without an approved project and public discussions.  On the territory of the former 54th plant of the Black Sea Fleet they began to erect residential buildings under the guise of “service housing” for employees of future cultural institutions.  At the same time, unique structures from the times of the Crimean War fell under the bucket of the excavator. Sevastopol residents were violently outraged by residential buildings overlooking the sea,… Read more »

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January 2, 2022

SCANDALS IN SEVASTOPOL: (POTEMKIN FACADE NUMBER THREE) THE NEW OPERA AND BALLET THEATRE Only at the end of September Glavgosexpertiza approved the project of the opera and ballet theater.  And this despite the fact that its construction had already been underway for several months, the foundation had been poured.  Archaeologists in just a couple of months, carried out large-scale but clearly hasty excavations.  A lot of artifacts were found, from ancient times to the beginning of the last century. Approximately 750 hallmarks were found in one season.  “About 750 hallmarks were found in this place in one season. I believe that… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

SCANDALS IN SEVASTOPOL (POTEMKIN FACADE NUMBER FOUR) THE MEDICAL CLUSTER As for the medical cluster, in 2021 there was no significant progress in its construction, but there were losses.  Earlier it was reported that three new hospitals are planned to be built on a single site in the Kamyshovoy Highway area not far from the Pyatnitsky farm: an oncological dispensary, an emergency hospital (EMC) and a new infectious diseases hospital. The contractor for the construction of a medical cluster in Sevastopol is Rostec.  In June 2020, when the contract for the construction of the BSMP was signed, the amount of… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

SCANDALS IN SEVASTOPOL (POTEMKIN FACADES NUMBER FIVE AND SIX) THE FISHING CLUSTER AND THE IT-CLUSTER There is still nothing to tell about other clusters in the hero-city.  So, at the end of November, the government of Sevastopol adopted a strategy for the development of the fishing industry cluster.  And the project itself to create a fishing cluster was approved in 2020.  Its implementation is designed for three years and provides the volume of private investment of 1.5 billion rubles, as well as the creation of 1,500 jobs.  According to officials, 35 enterprises are members of the fishing cluster.  In the… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

SCANDALS IN SEVASTOPOL (POTEMKIN FACADE NUMBER SEVEN)  THE SEWER CLUSTER Construction “with a smell” – The most scandalous long-term megaproject in Sevastopol is undoubtedly the Yuzhnye sewage treatment plant (WWTP).  In 2015, the Russian authorities included the Yuzhnye wastewater treatment plant in the Federal Target Program for the Development of Crimea and Sevastopol until 2020.  The facilities were planned to be reconstructed, partially completed, equipped with a wastewater outlet into the sea and built new treatment facilities in Balaklava. In May, Russian Deputy Prime Minister, “curator” of Crimea Marat Khusnullin, during his visit to the peninsula, said that 700 million… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
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January 2, 2022

“Who is all of this window dressing for?”

Of course, this is to impress and fool the current tsar. Smartass Potemkin already knew how to pull the wool over Empress Catherine’s eyes, and todays Crimean Potemkins are just as smart, if not smarter.

Billions of rubles keep rolling down to Crimea from Moscow, and there they apparently swim away in the beautiful Black Sea.

Bye bye, dear rubles, have a pleasant journey.

Olivia Kroth
January 3, 2022
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AL JAZEERA REPORTS:  CORRUPTION EATS RUSSIAN CRIMEA FROM WITHIN Sevastopol, Crimea – A top Russian security official was very clear about the dangers Crimea is facing. “Terrorism and corruption threaten Crimea,” Nikolai Patrushev, head of the Security Council and a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said in the southern city of Sevastopol during a meeting with local officials.  Crimea was a crown jewel of many emperors – Roman caesars, Mongol khans, Ottoman sultans and Romanov tsars. It was the northernmost end of the Great Silk Road, a military and commercial gateway into the Mediterranean, an inexpensive Soviet riviera… Read more »

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