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Spoken in Russia with English sub-titles, … Spoken in Russia with English sub-titles, Glazyev's presentation is both credible and persuasive. It is consistent with the past 70 years of implacable US-NATO aggression towards its former WWII ally the USSR and latterly Russia itself. Russia is required to see things the US-NATO way; failing that it will be - and is being - subjected to relentlessly escalating pressure which carries grave risks for the entire world. The most revealing (rhetorical) questions at this juncture are: 1. Who always profits from war? and 2. Who is driving this insane Western policy?Who is driving this insane Western policy? +