Wikipedia tells us:
The Russian Empire (Russian: Российская Империя) or Russia was an empire that existed across Eurasia and North America from 1721, following the end of the Great Northern War, until the Republic was proclaimed by the Provisional Government that took power after the February Revolution of 1917.
During the 2008 electoral campaign, Hillary Clinton made an issue of the “rising China” and a “resurgent Russia.” Nowadays, imperial ambitions are ascribed to China, Japan, Iran, Russia and, most recently, Syria by the “academics” at such enclaves as the American Enterprise Institute.
On the other hand, if advertising is to be believed, Russia’s imperial ambitions, memorialized in a brand of vodka and, more recently, an online free video service, is largely a joke. Well, with one exception. The resurgent Greek Orthodox community, which is so serious about the imperial reputation of Tsar Nicholas that the release of a movie about his love affair with a dancer gave rise to a serious kerfuffle, does not consider it a laughing matter. Who knew Russia even had a religious right?
The people who successfully targeted faith communities in the U.S.on behalf of Putin’s puppet, Trump. That’s who. But then, organized religions tend towards the imperial. It’s not too far a leap.
For that matter, perhaps a free video service is also consistent with imperial ambitions. How else to win hearts and minds and spread the story of Russia’s essentials? It would seem that Michael Cohen’s Essential Consulting LLC merely echoed a comon meme in the Ukraine and other satelite regions where he was collecting fees. If so, then the original story that the Essential account was set up for the sole purpose of handling the Stormy transaction was a false flag. Hoisted by whom?
If the existnce of the Essential Consulting account had not become common knowledge, would anyone have noticed a couple of Suspicious Activity Reports (originally set up to track possible illegal drug transactions by requiring a report about any deposit of 10K or more for retrieval in case other information might warrant an investigation) had gone missing? The Dude alone has 500 LLCs with accounts whose activities cannot be tracked on a real-time basis. Perhaps what was designed as a cover turned into a red flag.
Anyway, I am inclined to suggest that perhaps the long Russian winters, during which its people are essentially housebound, incline them to plot mischief, as a sort of entertainment. How else to explain this novel offer?
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