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Oct 14, 2014

Statue of Putin Set in Geneva to Maintain Balance – Jacob Rothschild Pulls Strings –

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Statue of Putin Set in Geneva to Maintain Balance 
– Jacob Rothschild Pulls Strings –

It is said that a European art group sent a message as shown below. Switzerland is the country that led the Meeting of 57. I think it is right in thinking that Jacob Rothschild is behind such move. Opinion polls held in Germany, France and Britain show that international situation has been gradually changing. The Rockefeller family has already given in. Although I think that everything has been settled, the wicked would continue to make useless efforts for a while. However, the general trend has been established and I assure you that people will get to know the truth at some future time.

Masatoshi Takeshita
October 9, 2014


English translation of the excerpt from theJapanese version of The Voice of Russia – October 9, 2014 –
Statue of Putin Set in Geneva to Maintain Balance

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On October 7, the birthday of President Putin, a European art group in Geneva has decided to express appreciation for the president’s activities to create peace. The artists created a 3-meter tall statue of Putin and set it under the broken chair of a famous monument.

According to the message of artist who came up with this “Broken Chair” campaign, this “chair” expresses a fight to stop warfare for peace and happiness of citizens.
Extract from the message: “President Putin has voluntarily maintained peace many times in countries that seek for peace. Putin succeeded in agreement for dispute settlement in southern and eastern region of Ukraine, got the two presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan to come to the negotiating table to prevent a war between the two countries at the last instant, and rescued Syria from the crisis and the violence of U.S. military.
When the world is about to lose balance and harmony, he accepts personal responsibility and decides to support the world.”

Source: supermnenie.mirtesen.ru

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English translation of the excerpt from the Japanese version of The Voice of Russia – October 8, 2014

Half of Germans think that EU should participate in criminal investigation in Ukraine

Half of Germans think that the European Union should investigate crimes committed in Ukraine during the crisis. It was revealed in a poll by ICM, an opinion poll company, commissioned by news agency “Rossiya Segodnya.

Almost all of respondents (94 percent) answered that crimes against humanity should be looked into, while 90 percent of the respondents answered that the abduction and murder of journalists should be investigated and 89 percent supported the necessity to investigate the cause of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft crash which occurred in the eastern region of Ukraine. Forty-one percent of the respondents opposed to the investigation of crimes that occurred in Ukraine.

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French people demand the investigation of crimes against humanity in Ukraine

English translation of the excerpt from the Japanese version of The Voice of Russia – October 7, 2014

Many of French people show support for investigation of crimes against humanity in Ukraine and punishment of criminals who abducted and murdered journalists there. The result of a poll by ICM commissioned by news agency “Rossiya Segodnya” was revealed.

In French poll, 68 percent of the respondents supported the necessity to investigate crimes in Ukraine: 71 percent of men accepted the need while 65 percent of women did. Only 24 percent of all respondents answered no need to investigate them.

The majority (74 percent) of French respondents expressed the opinion that crimes against humanity should be investigated first, 60 percent of French people answered that the abduction and murder of journalists in Ukraine should be investigated, while 57 percent demanded to investigate the cause of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft crash which occurred in the eastern region of Ukraine.


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English translation of the excerpt from the Japanese version of The Voice of Russia – October 6, 2014

The majority of Britons think that crimes in Ukraine should be investigated – International Information news agency “Rossiya Segodnya” poll revels


The majority of Britons, or 76 percent, think that crimes committed in Ukraine during the crisis should be investigated. The result was revealed by a poll of ICM, commissioned by international information news agency “Rossiya Segodnya.”


As for criminal investigation, almost all respondents, or 99 percent, answered the need to first investigate human-right infringements, secondly the abduction and murder of journalists in Ukraine (95 percent) and thirdly the disclosure of the cause of Malaysian Airlines aircraft crash (92 percent).

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