Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Putin's very own orchard







The Russia-Belarus oil blockade has ended. And why has that worried European businesses so much? Well, Belarus is the 'middle-man' who delivers Russia's oil to our pipelines. And these regional tiffs have an outrageous effect on all European businesses.

And now its time to ponder. While so many began to rule out Putin as the type of powerful leader who could frighten us, Putin was quietly picking his apples in the European orchard. Russia has bought into some of the largest distributors in the smaller European states. And with this he holds the European economy in his hand.

Because there are 3 maybe 4 big players in Europe who may not be bought by Russia. But all the rest will sell their mothers for the right price.

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How Europeans feel about Putin

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