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KC: Russians As A Nation No Longer Exist

posted by eagle on October, 2009 as ANALYSIS / OPINION

Russians as a nation no longer exist

Publication time: 27 October 2009, 13:50 

The "political scientist", who makes appearances under the pseudonym of Mr Kalashnikov, and whom the current formal leader of the Kremlin Medvedev holds in 'favorites', was forced to admit in an optimistic (for non-imperials) material, laid out in the Moscow's edition of the "political news agency" about the inevitability of the dismantling of Russia, resulting in a so-called "Russian" restoration of its national identity and once again become those people who they were prior to their enslavement by Muscovites.


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"Russians as a nation no longer exist. In the years 1991-2009, a full dismantling of Russians as a united people had taken place. Henceforth, their masses - a kind of stagnant, passive swamp, which has some "heap activity." But they are terribly divided ideologically.


The rest of society - a swamp, assemblage of autism. Some - with a beer in front of TV, others - in front of computers, but all are only able ...

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Prague Watchdog: The Magic Of "The Right Blood"

posted by eagle on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

October 15th 2009 · Prague Watchdog / Sergei Gligashvili.  ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 

The magic of "the right blood"

By Sergei Gligashvili, special to Prague Watchdog

Andrei Soldatov’s recent article in Yezhednevny Zhurnal [about Moscow’s alleged ceding of control of the counter-terrorist operation to Ramzan Kadyrov, see the link (tr.)] left me with mixed feelings. I do not consider myself too proficient a judge of the control structures of the security agencies in Chechnya, and am therefore always interested to read what the experts have to say on this subject. Soldatov is without any doubt a highly informed specialist in this field, so anything written by him is likely to help one towards a better understanding of what is taking place in the republic.

However, it seems to me that in the conclusions it makes his article repeats the stereotypical fears that are characteristic of Russia’s liberal community.

Let me explain what I mean. The article gives a detailed description of the successful operation Ramzan Kadyrov has carried out to seize control of the "last important federal structure in the ...

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Prague Watchdog: Coaching For Killing

posted by eagle on as ANALYSIS / OPINION

October 21st 2009 · Prague Watchdog / German Sadulayev ·  ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 

Coaching for killing

By German Sadulayev, special to Prague Watchdog

St Petersburg

Said Abu Saad, also known as Alexander Tikhomirov, also known as Sheikh Buryatsky (the Buryat Sheikh), appeared in a video that was allegedly made just before the bomb attack on the Nazran police department on August 17 this year, and in which he delivered his “last” sermon. On August 28 the Hunafa news website published a statement by the Islamist insurgent commanders that the reports of Buryatsky’s death were incorrect. On September 5 another video featuring Buryatsky himself appeared in which he said that the rumours of his martyrdom were slightly exaggerated. And on Sept. 7 yet another video was posted online, in which he again denied that he had been killed and which included an account of the results of the Nazran operation, probably in an effort to make sure that no one would think the earlier video had been recorded in advance, before the blast.

In ...

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Window On Eurasia: Russia Isn’t A ‘Failed State’ But An Increasingly Successful ‘Vlast,’ Pavlova Says

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Window on Eurasia: Russia isn’t a ‘Failed State’ but an Increasingly Successful ‘Vlast,’ Pavlova Says

Paul Goble

Vienna, October 19 – Those commentators who describe Russia as “a failed state,” Irina Pavlova says, would be correct if in Russia “we were dealing with “a state,” but instead, the observer says, today as in the past, Russians are dealing with “vlast’” or power that has little in common with Western notions of statehood.
In an essay posted online today, Pavlova argues that “there was never a state in Russia in the Western sense of being the product of agreement among various social groups.” Instead, she says, “in Russia what arose was not a state but rather a power not responsible to the people” but rather “a demiurge” which seeks to create “a social space it then manipulates for its own goals.”
Understanding that distinction, she suggests, is important not only for evaluating what is taking place in Russia now and what the current leadership in Moscow ...

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Window On Eurasia: Moscow’s Falsification Of Elections Seen As A Partial Precondition For ‘Orange’-Style Revolution

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Window on Eurasia: Moscow’s Falsification of Elections Seen as a Partial Precondition for ‘Orange’-Style Revolution

Paul Goble

Vienna, October 19 – While “an orange revolution” in Russia remains unlikely anytime soon, a Moscow commentator says, the powers that be there are creating one of the conditions for it: the falsification of election results to the point of implausibility because “no one likes to be deceived.”
“If a voter cannot express his will via elections” or if he concludes that he has done so and the regime has ignored his vote, Mikhail Rostovsky argues in a commentary in today’s “Moskovsky komsomolets,” then that voter “will go out into the streets,” as events in Tbilisi and Kyiv have shown (
“But if the powers that be want an orange conflagration in our country,” he warns, “then all they have to do is to continue to act in the same spirit that they are doing now.” And he asks rhetorically, “is it obligatory to continue experiments [like those in ...

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