OPEC Production Falls To Three Decade Low

Litwin

Silver Member
Joined
Sep 3, 2017
Messages
7,604
Reaction score
565
Points
95
Location
GDL&Sweden
bad , bad news for Pugane´s gas - station , when we see the new 1991?

" OPEC’s oil production in June came in at the lowest level since May 1991 during the Gulf War, and collectively meeting its promised cut. "
1593719462135.png

related:
Ronald Reagan and the Defeat of the Soviet Empire - jstor
www.jstor.org › stable


Putin's Russia is a declining state, camouflaged in external aggression ... who are increasingly challenging Putin's authoritarian and colonial rule. ... Karelia, Tuva, Sakha, Magadan and other parts of Siberia and the Far East.

"Russia’s economy has been stagnating for several years, living standards continue to decline and poverty is increasing. Demographic statistics reveal a shrinking population with high mortality, low fertility and rising emigration. Russia’s population has dipped from 148 million after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s to about 142 million today. This total will fall to around 128 million by 2050 and an increasing percentage will be neither ethnic Russian nor Orthodox Christian. Although Russia defines itself as a federation, in reality it is a centralized neo-imperial construct that, unlike Britain or France, has failed to dismantle its empire and develop a modern civic state.

dumping Moscow’s trash in the northern Arkhangelsk and Komi regions, economic exploitation and curtailment of the national language in Tatarstan and other republics, the building of Orthodox cathedrals in Siberia’s Krasnoyarsk region, the falsification of elections in Buryatia, the appointment of outsiders as governors in Kalmykia and other republics, the arbitrary changes of borders between Chechnya and Ingushetia or growing ethnic tensions in Dagestan fueled by unpopular government decisions. Almost any issue can trigger demonstrations against Moscow’s rule and accelerate demands for autonomy and even separation.





A process of awakening is evident in Siberia, the Urals, the Far East and the Far North, where there are growing distinctions with Muscovites even among people viewed as Russians but who settled generations ago and developed distinct local identities. Several of Russia’s federal units possess the natural resources and favorable location to become independent economically once they terminate their exploitation by Moscow. Trade and investment from neighboring European and Asian countries can significantly develop regions such as Kaliningrad, Karelia, Tuva, Sakha, Magadan and other parts of Siberia and the Far East."


Russia's regions are in revolt
 

kyzr

Platinum Member
Joined
Oct 14, 2009
Messages
16,319
Reaction score
7,481
Points
390
Location
The AL part of PA
bad , bad news for Pugane´s gas - station , when we see the new 1991?

" OPEC’s oil production in June came in at the lowest level since May 1991 during the Gulf War, and collectively meeting its promised cut. "
View attachment 358282
related:
Ronald Reagan and the Defeat of the Soviet Empire - jstor
www.jstor.org › stable


Putin's Russia is a declining state, camouflaged in external aggression ... who are increasingly challenging Putin's authoritarian and colonial rule. ... Karelia, Tuva, Sakha, Magadan and other parts of Siberia and the Far East.

"Russia’s economy has been stagnating for several years, living standards continue to decline and poverty is increasing. Demographic statistics reveal a shrinking population with high mortality, low fertility and rising emigration. Russia’s population has dipped from 148 million after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s to about 142 million today. This total will fall to around 128 million by 2050 and an increasing percentage will be neither ethnic Russian nor Orthodox Christian. Although Russia defines itself as a federation, in reality it is a centralized neo-imperial construct that, unlike Britain or France, has failed to dismantle its empire and develop a modern civic state.

dumping Moscow’s trash in the northern Arkhangelsk and Komi regions, economic exploitation and curtailment of the national language in Tatarstan and other republics, the building of Orthodox cathedrals in Siberia’s Krasnoyarsk region, the falsification of elections in Buryatia, the appointment of outsiders as governors in Kalmykia and other republics, the arbitrary changes of borders between Chechnya and Ingushetia or growing ethnic tensions in Dagestan fueled by unpopular government decisions. Almost any issue can trigger demonstrations against Moscow’s rule and accelerate demands for autonomy and even separation.

A process of awakening is evident in Siberia, the Urals, the Far East and the Far North, where there are growing distinctions with Muscovites even among people viewed as Russians but who settled generations ago and developed distinct local identities. Several of Russia’s federal units possess the natural resources and favorable location to become independent economically once they terminate their exploitation by Moscow. Trade and investment from neighboring European and Asian countries can significantly develop regions such as Kaliningrad, Karelia, Tuva, Sakha, Magadan and other parts of Siberia and the Far East."
Russia's regions are in revolt
I don't know where you got that goofy map but none of the names translated.
Putin just got "re-elected" in 2018, so I'm not sure how serious your post is?
The Russian 2024 election should be more interesting, will Putin ignore the election?
When I see Russian tanks firing on the Dumas again I'll believe your post.
 
OP
Litwin

Litwin

Silver Member
Joined
Sep 3, 2017
Messages
7,604
Reaction score
565
Points
95
Location
GDL&Sweden
bad , bad news for Pugane´s gas - station , when we see the new 1991?

" OPEC’s oil production in June came in at the lowest level since May 1991 during the Gulf War, and collectively meeting its promised cut. "
View attachment 358282
related:
Ronald Reagan and the Defeat of the Soviet Empire - jstor
www.jstor.org › stable


Putin's Russia is a declining state, camouflaged in external aggression ... who are increasingly challenging Putin's authoritarian and colonial rule. ... Karelia, Tuva, Sakha, Magadan and other parts of Siberia and the Far East.

"Russia’s economy has been stagnating for several years, living standards continue to decline and poverty is increasing. Demographic statistics reveal a shrinking population with high mortality, low fertility and rising emigration. Russia’s population has dipped from 148 million after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s to about 142 million today. This total will fall to around 128 million by 2050 and an increasing percentage will be neither ethnic Russian nor Orthodox Christian. Although Russia defines itself as a federation, in reality it is a centralized neo-imperial construct that, unlike Britain or France, has failed to dismantle its empire and develop a modern civic state.

dumping Moscow’s trash in the northern Arkhangelsk and Komi regions, economic exploitation and curtailment of the national language in Tatarstan and other republics, the building of Orthodox cathedrals in Siberia’s Krasnoyarsk region, the falsification of elections in Buryatia, the appointment of outsiders as governors in Kalmykia and other republics, the arbitrary changes of borders between Chechnya and Ingushetia or growing ethnic tensions in Dagestan fueled by unpopular government decisions. Almost any issue can trigger demonstrations against Moscow’s rule and accelerate demands for autonomy and even separation.

A process of awakening is evident in Siberia, the Urals, the Far East and the Far North, where there are growing distinctions with Muscovites even among people viewed as Russians but who settled generations ago and developed distinct local identities. Several of Russia’s federal units possess the natural resources and favorable location to become independent economically once they terminate their exploitation by Moscow. Trade and investment from neighboring European and Asian countries can significantly develop regions such as Kaliningrad, Karelia, Tuva, Sakha, Magadan and other parts of Siberia and the Far East."
Russia's regions are in revolt
I don't know where you got that goofy map but none of the names translated.
Putin just got "re-elected" in March, so I'm not sure how serious your post is?
When I see Russian tanks firing on the Dumas again I'll believe your post.
" When I see Russian tanks firing on the Dumas " Muscovite Dumas is in Pugabe´s pocket for years


www.themoscowtimes.com › 2012/08/06 › kremlins-pock...


Aug 6, 2012 - Opinion | When United Russia needs a two-thirds majority to change the Constitution, the opposition parties in the Duma are always willing to ...


Russia's Duma unanimously approves Putin's ... - YouTube
www.youtube.com › watch



Video for Dumas russian in putin hands▶ 2:16
Legislators in Russia's lower house State Dumaon Thursday unanimously approved a bill to amend the ...
Jan 23, 2020 - Uploaded by Al Jazeera English
 

New Topics

Most reactions - Past 7 days

Forum List

Top