Hotmail  |  Gmail  |  Yahoo  |  Justice Mail
powered by Google

Add JFNC Google Bar Button to your Browser Google Bar Group  
Welcome To Justice For North Caucasus Group

Log in to your account at Justice For North Caucasus eMail system.

Request your eMail address

eMaill a Friend About This Site.

Google Translation




Access To Warm Waters Across Blood Tinged Sea

posted by eagle on August, 2010 as Imperialism

Access to Warm Waters Across Blood Tinged Sea

By: Eagle

Nations and peoples have every right to live decently in their own homeland, freely and without interference or custody of anyone, and in accordance with the supreme humanitarian principles; but from time to time greedy foreign powers emerge in order to impose control over the oppressed nations and peoples, as well as to occupy the homelands of others, by killing and displacing of the vast majority of peaceful citizens through bloodshed of the innocent, without a sway of scruples or deterrent of moral, and without showing the least of pettiness or mercy towards the victims who got the sanctity of their homelands, honors, homes and their privacy violated. 

That one wonders of conspiratorial desperate attempts that are intended finishing point of an important Caucasian subject, as well as finishing the rest of the components and symbols of a nation that had lost a lot ...

>> full

comments (0)

Window On Eurasia: Another Attack On The Prerogatives Of Non-Russian Republics

posted by eagle on as Imperialism


Window on Eurasia: Another Attack on the Prerogatives of Non-Russian Republics

Paul Goble

Staunton, August 26 – Leaders of the Bashkortostan sections of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, and the Just Russia Party have called on newly installed Bashkortostan President Rustem Khamitov to eliminate obligatory instruction in Bashkir in the schools of the republic.
Rifkat Gardanov, KPRF leader there, told the Ufa edition of "Kommersant” that he had taken the lead in calling for reducing the republic component of educational programs from the 30 percent of instructional time as it is in the Bashkir republic now to the federally mandated five percent and to make courses in Bashkir optional rather than required.
Perhaps significantly, the paper reported that the United Russia representative did not say whether he supported the idea and that Khamitov himself reacted cautiously. But the appeal and the way it ...

>> full

comments (0)

Window On Eurasia: Could A Federal District Become The Basis Of An Ethnic Russian Republic?

posted by eagle on as Imperialism


Window on Eurasia: Could a Federal District Become the Basis of an Ethnic Russian Republic?

Paul Goble

Staunton, August 27 – In a move that one Russian commentator suggests lies somewhere between a provocation by Russian regionalists and an effort by a federal district to gain more autonomy, a group called the Civic Initiative for the Establishment of the Zalesskaya Rus’ Republic has proposed transforming the Central Federal District into an ethnic Russian republic.
While it is unlikely that Moscow would ever approve such a measure, it is intriguing on at least three grounds. First, this draft measure calls attention to the growth and increasing sophistication of regionalist groups among ethnic Russians, at least some of whom appear ready to piggyback on the federal districts to promote their agendas.
Second, it suggests, one commentary suggests (, that some federal district officials may be prepared to cooperate or at least exploit these ...

>> full

comments (0)

Window On Eurasia: Non-Russian Republics A ‘Luxury’ Russia Can No Longer Afford, Moscow Journalist Says

posted by eagle on as Imperialism


Window on Eurasia: Non-Russian Republics a ‘Luxury’ Russia Can No Longer Afford, Moscow Journalist Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, August 25 – Russia can no longer afford "the luxury” of existence of non-Russian republics within its borders, formations that were created by the Bolsheviks to purchase the loyalty of the non-Russians against the White Movement, according to a leading Moscow journalist who cites Kremlin ideologist Vladislav Surkov in support of his ideas.
Writing in "Izvestiya” last week, Dmitry Sokolov-Mitrich, a special correspondent for that paper and a senior editor of "Russky reporter,” says that Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s proposal to do away with the presidential titles of the leaders of the non-Russian republics does not go far enough (
Kadyrov’s initiative, Sokolov-Mitrich continues, "merits serious attention. Much more serious than it may seem even to the initiator of it himself.” Indeed, the journalist says, if Russians are prepared to say A, they ...

>> full

comments (0)

Window On Eurasia: Are Russia’s Non-Russian Republics Now At Risk?

posted by eagle on as Imperialism


Window on Eurasia: Are Russia’s Non-Russian Republics Now at Risk?

Paul Goble

Staunton, August 16 – Even as most of the heads of Russia’s non-Russian republics are declaring that they are prepared to follow Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s lead and no longer call themselves presidents, a few of these leaders appear to be concerned that this is yet another step toward the elimination of these republics altogether.
Yesterday, Karachayevo-Cherkessia’s Boris Ebzeyev and Mari El’s Leonid Markelov said that they like the leaders of the North Caucasus republics agreed with Kadyrov that there should be only one president in the Russian Federation but said that should not lead to the elimination of the republics such officials, whatever they are to be called.
Ebzeyev said that in his view, "it is still early to speak about the elimination of such subjects,” while acknowledging that "even if the national republics were eliminated, we would ...

>> full

comments (0)

[1] 2 3   [NEXT]  [LAST]
1 - 5 of 12


New Posts

Search Imperialism



 january 2015

 march 2014

 november 2013

 september 2013

 july 2013

 march 2013

 february 2013

 january 2013

 december 2012

 november 2012

 september 2012

 july 2012

 april 2012

 february 2012

 july 2011

 june 2011

 april 2011

 march 2011

 february 2011

 january 2011

 december 2010

 november 2010

 october 2010

 september 2010

 august 2010

 july 2010

 june 2010

 may 2010

 april 2010

 march 2010

 february 2010

 january 2010

 december 2009

 november 2009

 october 2009

 september 2009

 august 2009

 july 2009

 june 2009

 may 2009

 april 2009

 march 2009

 february 2009

 december 2008

 november 2008

 october 2008

 september 2008

 august 2008

 july 2008

 june 2008

 may 2008

 april 2008

 march 2008

 february 2008

 january 2008

 december 2007

 november 2007

 october 2007

 september 2007

 august 2007

 july 2007

 june 2007

 may 2007

 april 2007

 march 2007

 february 2007

 january 2007

 december 2006

 november 2006

 october 2006

 september 2006

 august 2006

 july 2006

 june 2006

 may 2006

 april 2006

 march 2006

 february 2006

 january 2006

 december 2005

 november 2005

 october 2005

 september 2005

 august 2005

 july 2005

 june 2005

 may 2005

 april 2005

 january 2005

 july 2000

Acknowledgement: All available information and documents in "Justice For North Caucasus Group" is provided for the "fair use". There should be no intention for ill-usage of any sort of any published item for commercial purposes and in any way or form. JFNC is a nonprofit group and has no intentions for the distribution of information for commercial or advantageous gain. At the same time consideration is ascertained that all different visions, beliefs, presentations and opinions will be presented to visitors and readers of all message boards of this site. Providing, furnishing, posting and publishing the information of all sources is considered a right to freedom of opinion, speech, expression, and information while at the same time does not necessarily reflect, represent, constitute, or comprise the stand or the opinion of this group. If you have any concerns contact us directly at:

Page Last Updated: {Site best Viewed in MS-IE 1024x768 or Greater}Copyright © 2005-2009 by Justice For North Caucasus ®