Destabilizing operations against the ruling KGB junta started on Friday, March 11, with emails to Russian TV stations on Russian-occupied Chinese and Japanese territories in the Far East, including Kamchatka and Chukotka. The thugs were informed by e-mail that bombs had been placed at TV stations in at least 4 cities there. Huge hordes on 2-legged animals were sent to "find and demine them". Broadcasts were interrupted.
However, Russian censorship interfered soon and prevented the publications of further news about this type of destabilization because TV stations are considered to be strategic targets.
The destabilization of Russian university campuses continued on Friday. According the news reports, KGB and police thugs have been destabilized in at least another 40 Russian universities, from the Far East to "Russia's heartland" in Moscow and Russian-occupied Finnish Nyen (so-called "St. Peterburg").
The most important target was Moscow's Technological University named after Zio Bauman. Students and professors ...