The Map That Shows Why Russia Fears War With USA – Mike Maloney (Video)

The Map That Shows Why Russia Fears War With USA – Mike Maloney”>The Map That Shows Why Russia Fears War With USA – Mike Maloney Video

Ivan beers
The Russians dont fear a war with the USA or NATO who’ve been getting their ass kicked by jihadists since 2001. It is the US and Nato who fear a confrontation with Russia but have no choice but to get involved in one because Israel NEEDS the East and West to destroy each other so israel can become the next sole super power

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J. Manuel
Very wrong assessment. One should go NOT to the main stream media to expose all this non sense. So far, as a nation, we all are so lucky that V Putin engages into a real diplomacy, so we do not engage into a devastating war. As an academic in Int’l Relations, the speaker needs to heavily do more academic readings, the literature is there, yet question is: Are you an academic or do you enjoy confusing viewers on YT? In addition, I had the impression that your experties were Macro_Micro econ.
PD: Robert McNamara. Department of WAR not of “Defense”… The map that… OMG

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Mike Maloney

Michael Maloney is the founder and owner of, a global leader in gold and silver sales and one of the world's most highly regarded investment education companies since 2005. He is author of the best selling precious metals investment book of all time, Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver, published in 2008. Mike Maloney was born in Willamette, Oregon, and spent most of his youth in the Los Angeles area. He is a life-long inventor and entrepreneur. At age 17 he traveled all over the U.S. selling mini-bikes and go-karts. By age 23, Mike founded the sales firm of Michael Maloney & Associates, growing it to five employees and two branch offices. He became a designer and manufacturer of high-end stereo equipment that won several engineering and industry awards. In 1992 his designs were selected as one of five permanent exhibits for display at the opening of the 20th century design wing of the royal Victoria & Albert museum in London, the world's greatest design museum. "That's about the time I had my first up close and personal encounter with economic cycles," Mike says.