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Russian
01/10/2009
07:59:04 AM
Anarkee child
Where are u from?
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Russian
01/11/2009
02:21:27 PM
Ya
I agree with u CommonSense.
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american
01/12/2009
09:20:41 AM
I am big fat bitch
I am big fat bitch, and I am suck big russian cock. I am bitch, asshole, moron
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CommonSense
01/12/2009
02:09:12 PM
Anarkee Child (cont.)
This guy has been on every single Russian forum. It's like he patrols them 24/7 looking for anyone who stands up for his country. Jog on dipshit. I can still speak better English than you.
Get a life.
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AnarkeeChild
01/12/2009
03:09:35 PM
2 YiddishSence and his 'Axis of Imbecils'
CS posted - " Look K(jew)B pussie"- I have no idea what this means.

-It's u PLONKER ! Stop fckin pretendin !
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AnarkeeChild
01/12/2009
03:09:47 PM
2 YiddishSence and his 'Axis of Imbecils'
CS posted - " Look K(jew)B pussie"- I have no idea what this means.

-It's u PLONKER ! Stop fckin pretendin !
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CommonSense
01/12/2009
03:14:53 PM
Comedy Gold
hahahahahahahahahhahahaahaha oh man this is actually hilarious. This guy is throwing fits and spluttering all over is screen in anger.

"I bet u anythithin that it's u whos spammin 'fcks' here"
"I sain that u haven't even read my post and quoting and missquoting me shortly after"
"wannabe - shmonabe ... Black Black Yeh Yeh"
"Is this a complex u got Guski knobhead"
"Please dodoosence !!"
"U can speak to fckin Gusskiedogs on yer betah engerlish 4 what I care u kno!"

:)
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AnarkeeChild
01/12/2009
03:25:27 PM
2 YiddishSence and his 'Axis of Imbecils'
Speak for yerself joker - this is who give man jokes with yer pathetic attempts here ! Anger and Hate thats what u made of pussie !!

Comedy Gold - Switch on yer ruSSkie TV and look ate ppl who rule ya lame slave asses !!

Go on quote me again - I'm flatered u kno... what an imbecil !! LMFO !!

Is this yer way of ammusin yerself eh ?? Talkin to 'masses' of yer fairy slaveland 'Haterstan' ??


Go on bak to yer cave 'Cosher nut' !!

Yer 'Pederation of Sadomites' will fall sooner or later... any way u look at it -- I don't even hv to yap anythin anylonger - it's downd and rolling ...
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AnarkeeChild
01/12/2009
03:28:39 PM
2 CosherSence and his 'Axis of Imbecils'
Oh ... Yeah ... Please sayin that we all dumbass criminals - it's yesterdays news - come up with somethin a bit mo constructive slavesky !!

Go on bak to yer cave 'Cosher nut Sense' !!

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AnarkeeChild
01/12/2009
03:35:43 PM
2 CosherSence and his 'Axis of Imbecils'
-Look - whos talkin - A snake in the grass popped his head out again - tryin to bash me -Pinnin labels !!-

-So how come u kno so much about prison - I bet u got banged up yer filthy ass there innit !!

yeah yeah ... Hater - talkin to 1 here - I jst happen 2 hate back at u thats all this is slave !!

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CommonSense
01/12/2009
03:37:46 PM
Look at this... 'nuff said about Anarkee.
Georgian medical services living in their caves have consulted the gods and have come to the conclusion that Anarkee is mentally challenged.

-Look - whos talkin - A snake in the grass popped his head out again - tryin to bash me -Pinnin labels !

:)
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CommonSense
01/12/2009
04:51:12 PM
hello russian
What, that I'm owning Anarkee Child? Indeed. You have to look past his Georgian nationality...into his meaningless existence as a chav.
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CommonSense
01/13/2009
12:47:10 PM
Anarkee
Yeah and the last post was obviously fabricated Anarkee Kid.
Oh are you really for anarchy? If Georgia is looking for anarchy, then it shouldn't ally itself with the US, the most fascist state on the planet...
Anarkee kid please get a life. It's not even funny it's quite disturbing to be honest...
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AnarkeeChild
01/13/2009
10:40:37 PM
RUSSIAN PATRIARCH 'RIDIGER' WAS KGB AGENT,
http://malech.narod.ru/cerkov6.html


RUSSIAN PATRIARCH WAS KGB AGENT,
FILES SAY Patriarch Alexiy II received KGB "Certificate of Honour"





RUSSIA: The head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Alexiy II of Moscow and All Russia, was a long-serving KGB agent and even received the agency's "Certificate of Honor", according to archive documents left behind by the Soviet spy agency in Estonia.

The papers detail the activities of Patriarch Alexiy, who was code-named "Agent Drozdov" (the thrush), in actions against orthodox clergy and believers.

Patriarch Alexiy has been a strong supporter of President Putin, himself a former KGB agent, and has issued public statements defending Mr Putin's conduct of the war in Chechnya and his stance on the sinking of the nuclear submarine Kursk. He has consistently opposed all proposed visits to Russia by Pope John Paul II.

Under his patriarchate the church has received special privileges, including the right to import alcohol and tobacco at reduced rates of duty for sale in the Russian Federation.

There have been allegations against the Patriarch for some time but they have been consistently denied by the church. The most recent denial was made on Wednesday by a church spokesman, Father Vsevolod Chaplin, who said: "There are no data indicating that Patriarch Aleksiy II was an associate of the special services, and no classified documents bear his signature."

But the Keston Institute, an Anglican religious rights organisation, has informed The Irish Times that it has "reviewed all the available documentary evidence from the various archives of the KGB" and has concluded that the allegations are based on fact.

Representatives of the Keston Institute have had access to documents in Tallinn which reveal that the Patriarch was recruited by the Estonian KGB on February 28th, 1958. Although he is referred to only as "Drozdov" the documents make it clear that they refer to the then Father Alexiy Ridiger as the personal details given match those of no other priest of the Estonian diocese.

The document in the Estonian State Archive (record group 131, file 393, pages 125-126) signed by the chairman of the Estonian KGB, Col I.P.Karpov, and the head of the Fourth Department "Belyayev" notes that Drozdov "positively recommended himself" to the KGB.

It adds: "During secret rendezvous he was punctilious, energetic and convivial. He is well-oriented in theoretical questions of theology and the international situation. He has a willing attitude to the fulfillment of our tasks and has already provided materials deserving attention which are forming the basis for documentation of the criminal activity of a member of the leadership of the Johvi Orthodox church . . .

"In addition, `Drozdov' also provided valuable material for the case under way against the priest Povedsky. At present he is working on improving his knowledge of German. After consolidating the agent's experience in practical work with the organs of state security in the cultivation of agents, we intend also to use him in our interests by sending him to capitalist states as a member of church delegations."

KGB papers in the Moscow archive state that Drozdov was sent to England in 1969 as part of a church delegation, that he and another agent were involved in "educational work" with monks in Pskov in western Russian in March 1983 and that he was sent on a mission to Portugal in 1985.

According to Keston, a file in the archive dated February 1988 states: "An order of the USSR KGB chairman was prepared to award Agent Drozdov the Certificate of Honor."

Taken from: http://www.stetson.edu/~psteeves/relnews>

by Seamus Martin The Irish Times, 23 September 2000
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AnarkeeChild
01/13/2009
11:43:01 PM
Shaalom Gosiane !
'Russian President Medvedev Jewish Roots Exposed'

On close reading of his profile,he mentions being baptised in an Orthodox church.Hey,he likes Deep Purple and Pink Floyd,he can’t be all bad.

On the contrary. Orthodox Christianity clearly demands and considers normative a complete renunciation of the ‘world’ most clearly signified in this apostate age, by the demonic and satanic evils of ‘rock and roll’ a phenomenon given legitimacy by the record execs. (all of whom were Jews) back in the days of Elvis and the Beatles. So, anyone that listens to such music is no true Orthodox Christian.

Michael MEDVED is an Orthodox Jew here in the USA. Conversos and ‘marranos’ have been jewish liars in the body of Christendom before; I doubt this new MEDVED is any different.

While some may say “Putin leans to the ‘anti-semitic’ side, having jailed and taken the fortunes of numerous criminal jews,” just as Stalin took over for the Jew Lenin and ruled an even more autocratic state, the IDEOLOGY remained Jewish… Seeing that the current ‘leaders of both the MP and the Duma have NEVER repented or repudiated the evils [morally, theologically] of the prior Satanic, Jewish regime, Medvedev could EASILY be an ‘Albright/Clark’ Jew, just hiding behind his ‘Gentile cover’ long enough to recapture Russia in the Jewish internationalist net again.

Never Trust a Jew. Look what they did to God’s Son…


The so-called “Dmitry Medvedev” (Menahem Mendel) is a jew, whose father, David Aaron Mendel, is a jew turned “Russian” during 1920s-1930s, mother is a jewess, wife (Lara Linnik) is a jewess, who regularly visits orthodox jewish community and listens to satanic music of Lucifer. So much for putin’s alleged “nationalism”.


Misc. Sources
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com
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CommonSense
01/14/2009
10:18:05 AM
unlucky Anarkee Kid
" The German 'Nazis??' were nothing more than the gentile expression of resistance, an aspect of karma and causal effect!! "

Nevertheless, they murdered millions in their camps. Not just Jews, also disabled people, people of Causcasian descent, and Russians.
If the Jews were behind it, and Russians are Jews (according to your flawed logic) then Russians would've been killing Russians? Nice one.

"Therefore I am an anti-Nazi resisting the intolerance and bigotry of the REAL NAZIS !! "


Sums it all up about you doesn't it! yes, Anarkee Kid actually said this. A pro-nazi Georgian pig, living in london (so pathetic, isn't it?), saying that he is both pro and anti nazi at the same time.

What's the matter Anarkee? Can't reply to anything which I said in my previous post? Just some ideological bullshit about Orthodox Russia, which not only comes from Anti-Russian sources (probably, I'm not taking any time to check it), but the rest of what you wrote is just pointless. I didn't read your four massive posts. Keep on posting.
I'll just skip though it, and pick out a phrase or two to humiliate you.
This isn't a serious debate, ok? You ruined the chances of that happening when you called me a Jew about thirty million times in your posts. I'm not replying to your posts seriously, and I wont be until you change your attitude.
Like I said, keep posting. You're wasting your time, but then again, what else can you do? No education, no future.
I'm with you all the way Russian. Thanks for your support.
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Anarkee Child
01/14/2009
10:36:05 AM
Very Smart Slaves
I never knew I had a 'COSHER Nut' double 'ANARKEE' - VERY Inventive 'CommonSovok' - very inventive !!... he he he

Keep tying Slaves....

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=bQaLuA4U7MI

I'm no racist I dickheads - open yer eyes !!
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CommonSense
01/14/2009
10:54:23 AM
Stop spamming people.
Yeah, very funny dipshit.
I was downstairs eating, how could I have made up anything?
Oh yeah, how easy for you to insult me when I was downstairs, not able to say anything back.


"Keep tying Slaves...."

keep tying Georgians more like...

"I'm no racist I dickheads - open yer eyes !!"

Well done for admitting you're a dickhead. you're also a racist.
Want proof? See any of your previous posts.

I already told you, I refuse to sink down to your level. I don't know who made that post.
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Anarkee Child
01/16/2009
01:09:42 PM
Ossetian separatists detained Kists of Pankisi Gorge




Ossetian separatists detained Kists of Pankisi Gorge
15.01.09 20:04

Ossetian separatists have captured Kists (Nakh-speaking ethnic group in Georgia related to the Chechen and Ingush peoples) who were leaving for Chechnya from Pankisi Gorge, Georgia. Diana, 6, was arrested with her four-year brother a week ago. The kids from Pankisi Gorge together with their parents and six other locals of their village have been detained in the Tskhinvali isolator. The Kists from Duisi and Jokola villages were going to Chechnya through Tskhinvali. Father of the kids Sosolan Gumashvili called his family members and told them about the captivity. The call was implemented from a hidden number.

Health condition of the detained Kists has been obscure so far. Villagers of Pankisi Gorge say their relatives were going to Chechnya to work there forever. De facto law enforcers have arrested the Kists with accusation of illegal crossing of the border.

Georgian Ministry of Reintegration and the Chechen Diaspora in Georgia have already been informed about the detained Kists in Tskhinvali. The Ministry has already sent an official letter to the Red Cross international organization asking for help. Elene Tevdoradsze, the Deputy Reintegration Minister considers the fact as ethnic oppression.

Representatives of the Red Cross will visit the detainees in the nearest future. Red Cross is the only organization that is allowed to enter the occupied territory and react upon the fact. Although the Red Cross according to its mandate can examine condition of the detained Kists only at site. Family members of the hostages ask for cooperation to release the captives from representatives of Grozny and the Ossetian separatist government.
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Anarkee Child
01/16/2009
01:11:09 PM
VIDEO - Russian 'Peace Keeping' Solders Loot Ethnic Georgian Village

http://rustavi2.com/news/video.php?fr=video&id_news=29771&lang=eng&ftp1=1&ftp2=0&ftp3=0
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AnarkeeChild
01/16/2009
01:16:39 PM
Russian occupants oppress Georgian population in Gali !
Russian occupants oppress Georgian population in Gali
15.01.09 13:45

Russian occupants are still oppressing Georgian residents of the Gali district, Abkhazia, Georgia. They are taking away the cattle with armored vehicles. They are also forcing the ethnic Georgians to give them products.

The occupants were shooting towards Georgian villages last night. Today people found unexploded ordnances in their gardens. Georgian police and the EU observers are inspecting the village of Saberio, where the incident occurred.


Watch (in Georgian):


http://rustavi2.com/news/video.php?fr=video&id_news=29742&lang=eng&ftp1=1&ftp2=0&ftp3=0
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
01:57:53 PM
Russian 'Victorious' TRAMPS !! Watch
WATCH THIS VID!!


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=uZvL4J9pBek
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01/17/2009
01:59:51 PM
Russian Solders Looting Georgian Towns !! Watch
WATCH THIS VID !

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=fTeh0szW9po
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
02:02:40 PM
Russian 'Victorious' TRAMPS pt -2 !! Watch -English subtites
WATCH THIS VID !

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Hnze5QowC0c
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
02:27:28 PM
Georgian Warriors Cleaning tskhinvali of FILTH !! Watch + Battle Videos !!


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=6nRfq69xlZA&feature=channel



http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Xd8IPsSA5rU&feature=channel


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=6vTAS6AYQ88&feature=channel_page


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=LGUr1WVGF-A&feature=channel_page
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
02:39:31 PM
VOVKA PUTZMAN IS A CUNT AND A LIAR !! MAKE SHURE U WATCH THESE VIDs !!
WATCH THIS VIDEOS - PUTZMAN's PLAN !!


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Tecd7ZoTnZA&feature=channel_page


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=b_8YOHExblA&feature=channel


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=N8dDDcZReTU&feature=channel


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Djq3gXyLWXU&feature=channel
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
02:41:31 PM
PUTZMANZ ARMY SECRET TALKS !! BARE JOKES !!
WATCH THIS VIDEO


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=pPKD7YB1X3A&feature=channel_page
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
02:43:41 PM
Ethic Russian - Georgian man is cursing russians -JOKES
WATCH THIS VIDEO


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=N7UrTSeqMbw&feature=channel
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AnarkeeChild
01/17/2009
02:58:24 PM
RUSSIAN GAY SOLDIERS - REAL FACE OF RUSSIAN ARMY - SAPOGI-SADOMITI
WATCH THIS VIDEO SOPOGI-SADOMITI

KAKAIA STRANA TAKAIA I ARMIA !!


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Mj5oP5a1TEA&feature=channel


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=U8UTmf4MWjs&feature=channel

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CommonSense
01/23/2009
04:24:32 PM
well done
Oh well done.
I'm sure everyone loves Spain and Georgia after that spam.
What point are you trying to prove faggot?

Why Spain anyway? Did Spain do anything for Georgia? No.

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AnarkeeChild
01/25/2009
04:58:44 PM
One million Russians lost jobs in Dec
The number of unemployed Russians rose to 6 million in December compared to 5 million in November as an economic downturn hit home.

The number of unemployed Russians rose to 6 million in December compared to 5 million in November as an economic downturn hit home, the head of the federal employment service Yuri Gertsiy said on Saturday.

Gertsiy said data calculated according to World Labour Organisation rules showed unemployment was much higher than the 1.5 million Russians who have officially registered as being out of work after six months of financial crisis.

"The data provided to us by (state statistical agency) Rosstat shows that a number of people who do not have a job or are searching is approximately 6 million people," Gertsiy told Ekho Moskvy radio station.

Official unemployment data is due early next week.


Russia, which had enjoyed an average economic growth of 7 percent in recent years, has seen its fortunes turn around with the collapse of world oil prices , the global credit crunch and the flight of investors from emerging markets.

Until August last year, the Russian economy was seen as "overheated" with its jobless rate at a record low of around 5 percent, or 4 million people, in July-August 2008. The number out of work has risen steadily since.

Russia's growth slowed to 6 percent in 2008 from 8.1 percent in 2007 and the economy is now expected to shrink by 0.2 percent next year, with the government launching a 0 billion bailout package to help stave off an extended recession.

The crisis has hit metals, construction, retail and banking sectors which had enjoyed double digit growth rates in recent years, forcing many companies lay off their staff after a series of boom years based on high world commodities prices.

The unemployment rate, however, is still below many other emerging countries, and analysts say the situation may begin to prompt political unrest only when the number out of work climbs past 10 million.

About 100 protesters were arrested in the Far Eastern city of Vladivostok last month during demonstrations against hikes in second hand car import duties aimed at protecting jobs in the domestic car industry.

Protests this month over the economy have turned violent in other eastern European states and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's government is acutely aware of the threat of public unrest in Russia if the downturn worsens.

It has already raised unemployment benefits, set up a nationwide job search website and promised to use laid off workers in public works.


Source: Reuters
Publication time: 24 January 2009, 16:37
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AnarkeeChild
01/27/2009
08:43:34 PM
Putin's Terror Card
Russia is slipping back into a pattern of governance that looks a lot like Soviet-style deja vu to anyone brought up during the Cold War. A new strong man in the Kremlin, President Vladimir Putin, is tightening his grip upon society, cracking down on independent civic organizations, muzzling the press, cancelling elections and seeking to impose Russia’s will upon neighbouring countries. Yet there is no sign of the communist ideology that was used to justify the former USSR’s harsh social regimentation and authoritarian system. Putin insists, indeed, that he is trying to build Russian democracy, but argues for strengthening the state and greater powers for the security forces. The reason has a familiar ring for even the youngest readers – the fight against terrorism.

That threat is real. During the past five years, roughly the period Putin has been in power, Russia has experienced a string of horrific terrorist attacks against civilians, each more deadly than the last. In every case the Kremlin has responded with sweeping measures to claw back civic freedoms and human rights. Putin has justified such measures with dire warnings that Russia’s very survival is at stake. Following last September’s terrorist siege of a school in Beslan, southern Russia, which killed hundreds of children, Putin cancelled direct elections for governors in Russia’s 89 regions, tightened restrictions on domestic movements by citizens, and declared a state of semi-emergency in the troubled north Caucasus zone.
The ‘disappeared’ of Chechnya: Chechen women search for their menfolk lost in the occupation. Photo: Martin Adler / Panos Pictures
The 'disappeared' of Chechnya: Chechen women search for their menfolk lost in the occupation. Photo: Martin Adler / Panos Pictures

‘Russia has been too weak,’ Putin said in a TV address following the Beslan tragedy. ‘And the weak get beaten.’

Though independent social polling has been drastically curbed, the surveys that are available appear to show most Russians in agreement with Putin’s strong-armed approach. The President’s personal approval rating has seldom fallen below 70 per cent in the past five years. Other polls suggest that majorities favour press censorship, expanded police rights of search and seizure, and restoring the Soviet-era ‘block committees’ of neighbourhood vigilantes and police informer networks. But even officially backed opinion surveys show that over half of Russians oppose Putin’s decision to end elections for local governors, and over 40 per cent do not believe there can be a ‘forceful solution’ to the decade-old conflict in separatist Chechnya, the key source of Russia’s terrorist problem.

‘There is no doubt that terrorism has been a major spur in the public’s yearning for a strong hand to bring order,’ says Sergei Kazyonnov, an expert with the independent Institute of National Security and Strategic Research in Moscow. ‘People see the loss of freedom as a tax that has to be paid for security. And it’s clear that, after the traumas that have occurred, Russians are very willing to pay that price.’

But terrorism has also been a handy excuse for Putin, a former KGB agent who came to office pledging to reverse Russia’s decline on the world stage, restore social order, rebuild the armed forces and modernize the rusting Soviet-era economy.

‘The connection between terrorism and Putin’s policies is a bit artificial,’ says Sergei Mikheyev, an expert with the Centre for Political Technologies, a Moscow thinktank. ‘The main goal is to end the post-Soviet deterioration of Russia, to strengthen the state in order to restore our lost economic, scientific and geopolitical positions. If you want to call that authoritarianism, OK, then these authoritarian trends would have appeared even without terrorism.’

In the autumn of 1999, when Putin was Prime Minister and heir apparent of the unpopular and enfeebled Boris Yeltsin, Russia was shaken by a series of night-time apartment blasts that killed almost 300 people in their sleep, in Moscow and two other cities. The attacks were blamed on Chechen rebels – although the perpetrators have never been clearly identified – and, under the personal supervision of Putin, Russian troops invaded Chechnya for the second time in less than a decade.


Short term gain
The war proved immensely popular. Within a few months Russian forces had occupied most of the tiny, mainly Muslim republic, reversing the humiliating defeat that forced Moscow out of Chechnya in the mid-1990s. On the strength of this victory, a pro-Putin political party created just a few months earlier swept parliamentary elections, and Putin himself won the presidency in a March 2000 landslide.

But the second Chechen war, now well into its sixth year, has mutated into a savage counter-insurgency struggle, in which human rights monitors have accused Russia of committing mass atrocities against Chechen civilians and maintaining a brutal occupation regime in the tiny republic. At least one wing of Chechen rebels, led by the field commander Shamil Basayev, has turned increasingly to vicious terrorist reprisals against Russian civilians. Over the past five years a wave of Chechen suicide bombers have killed well over 1,000 people on trains, in metro stations, at a rock concert and on two downed airliners; while hundreds more have died in a couple of tragic mass hostage-takings – at a Moscow theatre in 2002 and at the Beslan school last September.

Putin has moved to restore state control over Russia’s freewheeling media, though he has shunned overt Soviet-style methods. The independent NTV network was taken over by the state-owned company Gazprom in a ‘commercial dispute’ while two smaller networks were pulled from the air by the Press Ministry. Critical newspapers, magazines and media personalities gradually disappeared from circulation, while mainstream news coverage grew increasingly uniform and wedded to the Kremlin line. The process of homogenizing Russia’s media is still under way.

‘Our TV has become a mouthpiece for the authorities, as it was in Soviet times,’ says Yevgenia Albats, a liberal journalist who works at Russia’s last independent radio station, Ekho Moskvi. ‘There is still a bit of space for criticism on the fringes of the media, but it is getting more and more difficult all the time.’

It is not exactly clear how the straitjacketing of Russia’s media aids the fight against terrorism, though the Kremlin has made the case that it does. In October 2002, after Russian security forces stormed a downtown Moscow theatre where Chechen terrorists were holding 800 hostages – 129 people died from the effects of a toxic gas used by the police – Putin publicly slammed the NTV network for its live coverage of the assault, which allegedly ‘aided the terrorists’. The director of NTV, Boris Jordan, was subsequently fired and replaced with a former Kremlin official. Last year the popular editor of the daily Izvestia, Rem Shakhirov, was sacked after the Kremlin accused him of ‘sensationalizing’ the Beslan tragedy in his paper.

Our TV has become a mouthpiece for the authorities, as it was in Soviet times

Under Putin the Russian state has used its resources, its near-total media control and its power to intimidate, to sideline opposition parties and their financial backers. The ongoing legal assault against Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his company, Yukos, began after authorities accused the entrepreneur of supporting opposition newspapers, human rights groups and the small liberal party Yabloko. Khodorkovsky faces 10 years in prison for his alleged role in illegal privatizations in the wild 1990s. Yukos has been bankrupted, dismembered and seems like it will soon be swallowed by the state-controlled giant Gazprom. Meanwhile, other Russian ‘oligarchs’ who gained fabulous wealth by murky means, face no legal problems as long as they toe the Kremlin line and contribute to the pro-Putin United Russia party.

A wave of spy trials, initiated by Russia’s FSB security service, has resulted in harsh convictions for a handful of critical journalists, environmentalists, scientists and researchers. Critics say these few cases have been orchestrated to set an example for others.

‘The message is: be careful what subjects you get involved with, watch what you say to foreigners,’ says Masha Lipman, a former journalist who now works as a researcher with the Carnegie Centre in Moscow. ‘It’s a means of intimidating everyone without resorting to mass repressions.’

The Putin system, which the Kremlin describes as ‘managed democracy’ and critics slam as ‘dictatorship’, has enjoyed notable successes. Russia’s economy, which shrank by half during the 1990s, has grown by at least six per cent for each of the past five years. Moscow’s standing on the global stage has improved, especially after Putin joined President George W Bush as a partner in the global anti-terrorism coalition in the wake of the 9/11 attacks in the US. The pro-Kremlin United Russia Party won a two-thirds majority in the December 2003 parliamentary elections, while support for the once-mighty Russian Communist Party was halved and two small liberal parties were excluded from Parliament altogether. Three months later Putin, facing not a single well-known challenger, swept to re-election with 71 per cent of the popular vote.


Spreading repression
In the wake of Beslan, Putin sent several sweeping new ‘anti-terrorist’ laws to Parliament, most of which have already been passed by the obedient pro-Kremlin majority. In addition to the law rescinding gubernatorial elections, Parliament lifted the Yeltsin-era ban on civil servants joining political parties – leading to a stampede of top officials joining the United Russia Party. Some experts fear the return of a Soviet-style one-party state.

‘As soon as bureaucrats see that a tightly centralized power system is returning in force in Russia, there is no doubt they will rush to join the party of power,’ says Sergei Kolmakov, vice-president of the independent Foundation for the Development of Parliamentarism in Moscow. ‘When the bureaucratic chain of command becomes a single party, that party will dominate the state and the nation. People from all sections of the élite will also want to join, to get closer to the sources of power.’

Another law makes it difficult for non-governmental organizations to obtain funding from abroad, and requires them to file detailed reports on how they spend any foreign grant money they do manage to get. Yet another Kremlin-backed draft law will introduce legal punishments for foreign residents of Russia, including journalists, who ‘defame Russia’s image’ abroad. An anti-terrorist bill currently before Parliament will empower authorities to impose a 60-day state of emergency in any Russian region merely on the suspicion that a terrorist act is being planned.

‘Perhaps in a free society the threat of terrorism can lead to some restrictions on people’s rights,’ says Pavel Felgenhauer, an independent Moscow-based security expert. ‘At least, I know this debate rages in other countries. But what we see taking place here in Russia is not a few restrictions, but the wholesale liquidation of democracy and freedom.’

But the persistence of terrorism, corruption and official bungling under Putin may mean that Russians are giving up their freedoms in exchange for supposed benefits that will never materialize.

‘The weakening of independent institutions by the Kremlin is undermining the only agencies that can ensure that government does its job properly,’ says Lipman. She believes that even the fight against terrorism will stumble in a society where grassroots initiative is paralyzed. ‘Without a free press, independent courts, an active parliament, the authorities get no feedback and there is no accountability. History shows that authoritarian systems lead to bad decision-making, breakdown and collapse.’

By Fred Weir , a correspondent based in Moscow. He writes regularly for the Christian Science Monitor.
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AnarkeeChild
01/27/2009
08:48:56 PM
JOKES ;-DD
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=AfhT3Jui5jk (PUTZMAN's Racist CLOWN)


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=pZKlbqxblU0&NR=1

(Kharkov Major M.Dobkin -Putzman's puppet in Ukraine - Moskal'skaya Podstilka)


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=7f4j7BrlchY&feature=related

(Putzman's Remix - Wicked Vid !! Bare Jokes)

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AC
01/27/2009
09:23:32 PM
JOKES ;-DD

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5WfKag6m5Fc&feature=related (Putzman's Plan)


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=N-ExCLZ6LH8&feature=related (Putanskiy)


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=kOYcf0kk8Xs&feature=related (Putin=Shalomov)

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http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=WLxNs9niScU&feature=related

(Putin Hates Muslims like all ruSSkies Sovki - Juden Cunts)


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AC
01/27/2009
09:24:46 PM
Putin's Terror


http://www.gazeta.ru/politics/2008/02/08_a_2629573.shtml
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AnarkeeChild
01/27/2009
11:30:42 PM
Russian soldier surrenders Georgian police
Russian soldier surrenders Georgian police
27.01.09 14:31

A Russian soldier serving in the army stationed in Georgia`s occupied region Akhalgori, went to Georgian police and asked for help. The interior ministry has released the video testimony of the officer, who complains about unbearable conditions in the occupied zone. He said soldiers have no food and elementary social conditions to survive. The soldier asks Georgian government for help.

Georgian side promises to provide physical and moral rehabilitation treatment for the Russian soldier. Russian Human Rights defenders have been reporting about unbearable conditions in which their officers had to serve in Georgia`s occupied regions since the occupation. The members of an NGO in Russia, Soldiers` Parents, also say the Russian commanders would change facts and accuse the soldier of deserting from the army.



http://rustavi2.com/news/news_text.php?id_news=29927&pg=1&im=main&ct=0
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AC
01/27/2009
11:37:49 PM
Another Evidence that Russia prepared occupation of Georgia - this time confirmed by Russian media !!
Russian officer confirms that ruSSkie occupants crossed Georgian border illegaly and well before Georgian military started defending it's citizens - He he he !!

Moskal' on kak i bil dolboebom , tak im i ostalsia- nihuia ne mozhet sdelat' normal'no - vsio u nego zalatanno zashtopanno - i nitki s zaplatami KGBeshnie rvutsia u nego kak vsegda - he he he !!



http://txt.newsru.com/russia/11sep2008/voshli.html
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AC
01/27/2009
11:39:07 PM
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=C4mlbPNbbHc&feature=related
WATCH DIS VID !!!


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Xxfj7xReym4&eurl=http://txt.newsru.com/world/27jan2009/gluhov.html


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=C4mlbPNbbHc&feature=related
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CommonSense
01/30/2009
12:34:11 PM
Yeah yeah
Yeah, and you don't know jack all about it either smartass.
What's the point of threating me online? What can you possibly do?
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Anarkee Child
02/02/2009
11:15:19 PM
SOVKAM - ruSSkoPederasskim - THIS IS RUSSIA !
This is ruSSia -

ruSSkaia Bogema (chmoshnie huesosi kak 'CommonSovkoviZhid') - Hromaia i poshlaia, kak staraia nakrashennaia zhidovskaya prostitutka, izobrazhaushaia svetskuiu zhizn', nahodias' po ushi v govne.

Zhurnalisti - eto prodaznie tvari, shliuhi, bezdarnie i besprintzipial'nie, pleskaushiesia v der'me, no kotorie hotiat zhit' kak professionali na zapade.

Menti- eto zhirnie svin'i, kormiashiesia s ruk vlasti. Banditi, torchki i vor'e sadomicheskoe !

Chekisti (vkluchaia Vovku Putanskovo i ego ideologa - ZHIDA-Surkova) - eto chekotili kormiashiesia iz togo zhe griaznogo korita !

Cherez 1/2 goda, kogda zakonchiat'sia reservi, rubl' upadet do 100 k $1, rezhim podonkov i pizdiukov uzhe ne smozhet soderzhat etot skotnii dvor. Cherez god nechem budet platit' zarplatu riadovim musoram i chekistam. Na chto rezhim budet soderzhat' eto stado karateley i prostitutok ?


Kazhdi zdravomisliashii chelovek v Rossii ponimaet chto chem bistree vot etot skotni' dvor sginet na veki, tem luchshe dlia vseh !! Ne nado klevat' na chekistskuiu udochku lzhi i provokazii pliasat' pod ih dudku.

Smotrite - oni obviniali gruzin to v kakom-to genozide, koevo ne bilo (dazhe vi sami ob etom uzhe znaete), to v pohishenii soldata (kotorii dobrovol'no sdalsia i raskazal vsemu miru o bespredele v Sadomicheskoy armii Petuhov-Sapogov a tak-zhe o tom chto Kreml' zaranee gotovilsia k napadeniu na Gruziu,
Nedavno - zamorozili pol Evropi - otkuchili GAZ, Obviniaut vseh i vsia, pugaut nas vseh raketami i raspravoi ! Moscalu vezde mereshat'sia vragi- kto ne s nami tot protiv nas. Look - 'commonMoron' is a good example of such degradation of a human kind...

Sudite sami..BUT............

THE ONLY SOLUTION IS REVOLUTION !


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