I wouldn't be so sure that the dragon will "crumble" and die that easily...
When you put yourself in an echo chamber of right wing / pro-Russian / Kremlin
propaganda sites you're going to hear events with a certain slant.
No different that dealing strictly with MSM.
> On Oct 14, 2016, at 6:37 AM, Zenaan Harkness <z...@freedbms.net> wrote:
> * Good news. The despotic USA empire is crumbling, the USA elite
> factions are sacrificing even the little remaining standing of their
> empire, on the altar of their political infighting.
> * Bad news. The USA is crumbling, and being a dying dragon, must be
> treated with utmost caution, and continuing immovable resolve.
> * Good news: Multi polar world is now a certainty! Russia has
> re-established her power status, her national integrity, and the
> military and diplomatic strength of her people, and on an
> international political platform which does -not- include imposing
> its political system on other countries. Awesome news for those who
> seek a reasonably balanced world equation, notwithstanding personal
> utopias we might strive for in local pockets.
> * Potentially bad news: the war party which is neither GOP nor DNC but
> whoever is funded by the American military industrial banking spying
> complex (i.e., usually both candidates are as bad as each other), is
> currently still headed by one of the two leading (in the public mind)
> candidates, Hitlery Clinton, so there's a chance she will be elected
> in November, which could mean a final push by the dying dragon for
> (Trump may be an unknown, but given the nuclear armageddon stakes,
> flipping a coin on Trump is far better odds than the sociopathic
> certainty of Hillary "we came, we saw, he died, hahahahaaaa" Clinton!)
> May the world suffer events -other- than WW3, as the modern empire dies/
> US ADMITS BIG LOSS IN SYRIA: Leaked Kerry recordings expose fear of
> Russian victory
> October 3, 2016
> "All that is left is to squeeze [the USA] to recognize this [new
> reality] not only on the sidelines of the UN, but officially.
> I think that our [Russian] air force can handle this task."