USSR2/Eurocrisis Files: Putin’s neo-Soviet regime, citing “national security,” bans foreign banks from opening branches in Russia, follows Feb. law prohibiting Russian Cabinet ministers, top officials holding foreign accounts and stocks, real estate exempt (which is good for Alexander Bastrykin, chief of Kremlin’s criminal investigation committee)

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One response to “USSR2/Eurocrisis Files: Putin’s neo-Soviet regime, citing “national security,” bans foreign banks from opening branches in Russia, follows Feb. law prohibiting Russian Cabinet ministers, top officials holding foreign accounts and stocks, real estate exempt (which is good for Alexander Bastrykin, chief of Kremlin’s criminal investigation committee)

  1. mah29001 March 16, 2013 at 4:26 am

    Here’s something interesting for Fascism Resurgence Under the Eurocriss Category, it turns out the rise of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Underground happened under the watchful eyes of this man who is a member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany.

    The SDP since the reunification of Germany has accepted “former” Communist East German counterparts back in its ranks making it obvious the National Socialist Underground was allowed to grow receiving support from many “former” East German Communists now involved with the German government:

    http://www.dw.de/schily-accepts-political-responsibility-for-neo-nazi-murders/a-16678089

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Schily

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_Democratic_Party_of_Germany

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