posted by EAGLE on March 28, 2006 4:00 AM as GENERAL
When The Blind Leads The Blind
According to "MosNews" dated 25.03.2006, a Pentagon report says "Russia Spies Gave Saddam Intelligence Through 2003".
That what reminded of "Where ignorance is a bliss, it's folly to be wise". May a curious would question and investigate those statements.
The obvious response would be easy and straight forward. Those KGB spies failed to protect the "Warso Pact", the alliance of Communist Eastern European regimes, the Communist Soviet Union, and the Kremlin backed regimes in the former Soviet Republics. The eventualities are still prevailing with the FSB as a dominating successor of KGB!
How could the FSB system that succeeded the KGB protect Saddam Hussein and his regime, while the same facilities that both evil systems possessed and used are of same origin, source, and commencement had failed to do so with similar situations?
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If the blind leads the blind, so both would fall in the same ditch, and ...
IN THE MEMORY OF A WARRIOR
In the memory of a great devoted Chechen, the assassinated President Aslan Maskhadov, (May Almighty God Bless and Mercy His Soul) the patient Chechen Nation is commemorating the relentless and tireless contribution, and continuous strive.
His feet were planted in motherland, but eyes were surveying the world, to make the truth reach for the wise intellectuals of the world to understand what kind of colonial aggression Chechnya was subjected to.
As a typical Chechen patriot, pain and suffering were felt and he was raised with, but it was in the deep belief that "pain is life-the sharper, the more evidence of life", which proves that pain and victory, like light and darkness, and they succeed each other. Praise, glory, splendor, and fame were not of his worries as were to secure ...>> >> Click Here For Full Article...
posted by EAGLE on March 14, 2006 3:30 PM as IMPERIALISM
Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Ph.D in History, Mikhail Roshin in his exclusive interview with "Caucasus Times" and was published in 10, March, 2006 had stated that "Rise of extremism in the Southern Russia stems from the fact that North Caucasus proved to be inside the sphere of globalization of Muslim fundamentalism"!
The nations of the North Caucasus and all other Russian colonized nations and regions are not all Muslims, and the fact is that the North Caucasus region was occupied militarily through series of invasions and military colonial wars by the Russian Imperial State which was out of the scope and the core of the whole interview. Playing with words and statements by describing what went on and still as a wide globalization of Muslim fundamentalism is totally out of the question and completely false ...>> >> Click Here For Full Article...