Trump is still obsessed with his Hotels. Raddison Blu appears to be his main competition that has built a hotel in Russia. It appears Trump has been kissing Putin’s ass to get his hotels built in Russia. It looks like Putin wanted a photo op in the Oval Office in order to show proof to Russian Investors Trump is a team player.
It’s all here in this article. Trump and other hotel moguls are concerned about terrorists ruining their business via tourism. Did Trump assure the Rus that Israel is on top of it, and will change their fortunes? Trump was trying to cozy up to Putin via his beauty pageant. it appears Trump wants to be the richest man in the world, and, he and his family do not care if he uses the office of the Presidency. MOTIVE! MOTIVE!
I suspect Russian Mafia types may have threatened the entire Trump family because the Hotel Guys moved in on their turf. The Oval Office pic was staged for some group, who are getting nervous Comey’s investigation is going to expose them. They will kill everyone they have to. No one close to them, is safe! This is why Trump, or anyone around him, will say anything bad about – ANY RUSSIAN!
What is chilling, is, Comey says Flynn is a “good guy”. This suggests he is/was a double agent, and/or, he came clean. This suggests the Russian Mafia considered Trump – Their Man In The White House!
Mr. Trump told Mr. Comey that Mr. Flynn had done nothing wrong, according to the memo.
Mr. Comey did not say anything to Mr. Trump about curtailing the investigation, replying only: “I agree he is a good guy.”
We have not heard from Steve Bannon in over a month after his rift with Kurchner. I think Steve found out about the Russian Mafia connection, and wanted out, because conspiracy to commit murder and extortion, will put him in prison for the rest of his life. I suspect he was told if he leaves the compound, he is a dead man. The Trumps have gone to the mattresses. They may not come back from their trip in order to escape prosecution. There is no where to hide! He will have the Nuclear Football.
“In 1997, Trump had talked to the Moscow City Government, about leasing and redeveloping the vast, monstrous Rossiya hotel (the world’s biggest) right next to the Kremlin; the deal was estimated to be worth about $800 million. But the project died a quiet death in 1998 after the Rossiya’s general director Yevgeny Tsimbalistov died a considerably noisier one in a hail of mafia bullets.”
“Do you think Putin will be going to The Miss Universe Pageant in November in Moscow – if so, will he become my new best friend?”
And there are two reasons why there are no Trump projects in Russia: in the past, it was too risky, and now, as the country grinds through its third year of austerity, there is no demand for his brand of upmarket bling.
The hotel business back in the anarchic years after the collapse of the Soviet Union was–sometimes quite literally– murderously competitive. U.S. businessman Paul Tatum was gunned down not far from his Radisson Slavyanskaya hotel in 1996 after a highly public dispute with his local partner. In 2002, Konstantin Georgiev, who ran the grand 1950s Peking Hotel, suffered the same fate. Police suspected, but never proved, a falling out with organized criminals.
The Rossiya has long been a visitor’s nightmare. Exploding televisions were a long-standing hazard. In recent years the Rossiya’s ugliness has been matched by its seediness. The city authorities made an unsuccessful attempt to close it in 1994 on the ground that it was infested with rats and cockroaches. But those pests were, and are, among the least of its problems. Far more dangerously, the Rossiya has long been infested by criminal gangs controlling its sinister corridors and gloomy arcades. In January the hotel’s general director, Yevgeny Tsimbalistov, was shot dead, apparently for trying to reorganise things in a way that upset the balance of power between the gangs. It was the third contract killing of a Moscow hotel boss in 15 months.
In 1997, Trump had talked to the Moscow City Government, about leasing and redeveloping the vast, monstrous Rossiya hotel (the world’s biggest) right next to the Kremlin; the deal was estimated to be worth about $800 million. But the project died a quiet death in 1998 after the Rossiya’s general director Yevgeny Tsimbalistov died a considerably noisier one in a hail of mafia bullets.
The North Ring project is a mixed-used property owned and developed by Mafaz International Development Company with the association of Apex Investment Co as co-developer and Technical Manager of the projects.
“We are glad to further strengthen our presence in Saudi Arabia. This is already the second hotel we have signed in the Kingdom this year”, said Kurt Ritter, president and CEO of Rezidor.
Radisson Blu, the iconic hotel brand driven by innovation and design, and AGROCOM GROUP LLC are delighted to announce the signing of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Rostov-on-Don, strengthening Rezidor’s footprint in Russia. Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group is already represented by 6 properties in Sochi alone, and 37 hotels with 10,300+ rooms in operation and under development across Russia.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Rostov-on-Don will have 81 spacious rooms showcasing the new dynamic BluPrint interior design. The hotel is scheduled for opening in early 2017. The hotel will also feature a lobby bar, restaurant and spa.
“We are delighted to bring a new Radisson Blu Hotel to Rostov-on-Don and introduce our first BluPrint design in Russia. This innovative and dynamic interior style is a new direction for the Radisson Blu brand globally and we are looking forward to opening this beautiful property next year. Rostov is southern Russia’s largest and most cosmopolitan city, as well as an important industrial center and thus a perfect destination for our award-winning, upper upscale brand.” said Elie Younes, Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer.
Sergey Sapotnitsky, CEO, “AGROCOM GROUP”, LLC added: “We are very proud and confident to partner with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group as they have a broad network throughout Russia and experience in successfully operating international hotel brands in all segments. In anticipationof the World Cupnext year, which will come to Rostov as well, we will be ready to unveil world-class hospitality to our guests in proximity of key commercial, business, tourist and cultural sites”.
The hotel is located in the very center of Rostov-on-Don, on the main promenade overlooking the River Don in the central commercial and entertainment districts of the city. The hotel is located just 9km from the existing airport and 29km to the North-East of the new Rostov International Airport Yuzhny.
During the interview with MSNBC, Trump said “another plane was blown up and I can practically guarantee who blew it up.”
“Nobody’s gonna travel, there will be no anything, there will be no communication between countries, and you will have a problem the likes of which you’ve never seen. That plane didn’t go down because of mechanical failure,” Trump continued.
Carlson (often referred to by its previous name Carlson Companies) is an American privately held international corporation in the hotel and travel industries. Headquartered in Minnetonka, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb, Carlson brands and services, including franchised operations, employ more than 175,000 people in more than 160 countries and territories. The company’s 2012 sales, including those from franchised operations, totaled $37.6 billion. It is one of the largest family-held corporations in the United States.
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Many learned men are looking for a motive for Trump’s betrayal. I posted on one a year ago. What if someone called Melania and said they could poison her son, like they poisoned the ex-spy? Trump had dealings with the Russian Mafia when he tried to buy, the Moscow Hotel. They might have dirt on him – and not Putin. If so, Putin did not lie when he said he did not. Did he see the evidence? Trump said he could shoot someone and no one would care. As our President, Trump does not own the power of death over life – yet! The poisoned daughter of a former Russian spy has reportedly been discharged from the hospital after being targeted with a suspected nerve agent, along with her father.
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Hospital officials said early on Tuesday morning that Yulia Skripal, 33, had left the facility. They said she had recently made a rapid recovery after spending almost a month unconscious and in critical condition.
A statement delivered by the medical director of Salisbury district hospital, Christine Blanshard, said they “wish Yulia well,” but added “this is not the end of her treatment.”