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Author:  sangre_de_soldado [ Sat Jan 06, 2007 11:21 pm ]
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Intifadah wrote:
...WOW....I'm not the only one that noticed that schools don't teach much about the history of Eastern Europe....lucky for me I had many Serbbian, Russian, and Bosnian friends so I got a crash course on what I need to know....plus I research the region formerly known as Yugoslavia...and something doesn't click....Is it really that cut-and-dry that the ethnic groups just killed each other because of nationalism or was there something in the shadows that fueled the fire? And why did the US and EU get involved so late in the conflict but seem that they were involved all along? Is there something more to this than meets the eye?


That's what I think as well. Sebrenicia happened only 12 years ago and the descirptions are just horrible. The Sebrenicia genocide is never talked about anymore even though the crimes commited by the Serbs were among the most disgusting i've ever heard been done in the 20th century. Maybe it's because the Serbs were the Christians and the Bosnians were the Muslims and in America Christians can't be terrorists.

Author:  Ry [ Sat Jan 06, 2007 11:25 pm ]
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Maybe it's because the Serbs were the Christians and the Bosnians were the Muslims and in America Christians can't be terrorists.


OK they can but only Catholic like the "terrorist" from Columbia and Panamal etc.

Author:  adam1 [ Sun Jan 07, 2007 12:55 am ]
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The genocide of Muslims by the Serbs was much mentioned at the time of Slobodan Milosevic's death here in the UK.
Milosevic must have had help from Zionists, otherwise it's a mystery how such psycho's can get into power and then inflict so much irreversible damage.

Author:  sangre_de_soldado [ Sun Jan 07, 2007 2:12 am ]
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british_freedom_fighter wrote:
The genocide of Muslims by the Serbs was much mentioned at the time of Slobodan Milosevic's here in the UK.
Milosevic must have had help from Zionists, otherwise it's a mystery how such psycho's can get into power and then inflict so much irreversible damage.


It was mentioned well enough in America as well (not as much as in Britain though). My point is that it's a real tragedy that 250,000 people were killed until finally Clinton and the U.N did something about it. Now why is the reason that it took so long? After all the U.N and the U.S had power so superior to the Croats or Serbs it could have been stopped. The reason is simple, if they did anything it wasn't going to benefit the U.S in any way. There was no profit in it.

The only ones to act as fast as they could when this genocide happened were the mujahideen and the all local Muslim brigade in Bosnia. And now guess what? They are trying to say that the Mujahideen that actually did something to [urlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNG-pRWx7rA]help are terrorists.[/url]

Author:  adam1 [ Sun Jan 07, 2007 11:18 am ]
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sangre_de_soldado wrote:
british_freedom_fighter wrote:
The genocide of Muslims by the Serbs was much mentioned at the time of Slobodan Milosevic's here in the UK.
Milosevic must have had help from Zionists, otherwise it's a mystery how such psycho's can get into power and then inflict so much irreversible damage.


It was mentioned well enough in America as well (not as much as in Britain though). My point is that it's a real tragedy that 250,000 people were killed until finally Clinton and the U.N did something about it. Now why is the reason that it took so long? After all the U.N and the U.S had power so superior to the Croats or Serbs it could have been stopped. The reason is simple, if they did anything it wasn't going to benefit the U.S in any way. There was no profit in it.

The only ones to act as fast as they could when this genocide happened were the mujahideen and the all local Muslim brigade in Bosnia. And now guess what? They are trying to say that the Mujahideen that actually did something to [urlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNG-pRWx7rA]help are terrorists.[/url]


Watched the video, it's funny how they can say "Oh they beheaded people" because on Murdoch newsmedia, beheading has becomesynonymous with Muslims and people believe it. *sigh*

Also.. do you think the same will be for Sudan? Where no one acts until the required damage has been done?

Author:  sangre_de_soldado [ Mon Jan 08, 2007 12:29 am ]
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british_freedom_fighter wrote:
Watched the video, it's funny how they can say "Oh they beheaded people" because on Murdoch newsmedia, beheading has becomesynonymous with Muslims and people believe it. *sigh*

Also.. do you think the same will be for Sudan? Where no one acts until the required damage has been done?


Definately.

Everyone has to learn that the American government doesn't give a crap about anyone that won't benefit them in any way economically. No more relying on the U.N, NATO, or America, the countries all need to unify and form a new uncorrupt country that isn't based on Greed (Capitalism).

Author:  Ry [ Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:04 pm ]
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Forbe list in 2005

From Russian Forbes, May 2005. Wealth in 1,000,000,000 (billion) USD.

1 Roman Abramovich 18.2 (Роман Абрамович, Sold Sibneft Oil)
2 Vladimir Lisin 7.0 (Владимир Лисин, Novolipetsk Steel)
3 Viktor Vekselberg 6.1 (Виктор Вексельберг, petroleum, colour metals)
4 Oleg Deripaska 5.8 (Олег Дерипаска, Rusal aluminium) Rusal is set to merge with Saul Aprip 2007 and the mineral rights are owned by Glencore the company founded by Marc Rich (the Mossad agent)Oleg also is now worth 14 Billion tying him with Roman Abramovich who had spent quite a bit of his money.
5 Mikhail Fridman 5.8 (Alfa Group) CFR
6Vladimir Yevtushenkov 5.1 (Владимир Евтушенков, Sistema telecommunications, finance, real estate)
7 Alexei Mordashov 5.1 (Алексей Мордашов, black metallurgy)
8 Vladimir Potanin 4.7 (Владимир Потанин, Norilsk nickel)
9 Mikhail Prokhorov 4.7 (Михаил Прохоров, Norilsk nickel)
10 Vagit Alekperov 4.1 (Вагит Алекперов, LUKoil petroleum)
11 Viktor Rashnikov 3.6 (Виктор Рашников, black metallurgy)
12 German Khan 3.5 (Герман Хан, petroleum, finances, telecom)
13 Boris Ivanishvili 3.0 (Борис Иванишвили, metellurgy, finances)
14 Alexander Abramov 2.9 (Александр Абрамов, Evraz Group steel)
15 Aleksei Kuzmichev 2.7 (Алексей Кузьмичев, petroleum, finances, telecom)
16 Suleiman Kerimov 2.6 (Сулейман Керимов, investor)
17 Vladimir Bogdanov 2.3 (Владимир Богданов, petroleum (Surgutneftegaz))
18 Iskander Makhmudov 2.2 (Искандер Махмудов, colour metals)
19 Nickolay Tsvetkov 2.2 (Николай Цветков, petroleum, finances)
20 Alisher Usmanov 2.0 (Алишер Усманов, black metallurgy)
21 Mikhail Khodorkovsky 2.0 (Михаил Ходорковский, Yukos petroleum)

Mikhail Khodorkovsky was thrown in jail and his 15 plus billion dropped to 2 billion.

Rustam Tariko 1.9, Russian Standard vodka and banking
Boris Berezovsky 0.73 (Борис Березовский) He was forced to flee Russia as well. He fled to London and changed his name to Platon Elenin. He used to run the Meida in Russia and now he is a business parnter with Neil Bush. Paul Klebnikov wrotes a book exsposing Boris called the Godfather of the Kremlin and he became the editor of Forbes' Russian edition which was launched in April 2004. He was murdered in Moscow July 9th 2004. New hearings for the murderers who were found not guilty a decision overturned by the Russian Supreme court, The new hearings are scheduled to start on February 15, 2007.

Vladimir Gusinsky 0.35 (Владимир Гусинский, MediaMost) forced to flee Russia
Anatoly Chubais (Анатолий Чубайс, Unified Energy System)
Arcadi Gaydamak 3.47.
Shalva Chigirinsky, Sibir Energy

Author:  Ry [ Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:20 pm ]
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Russian tycoon may face new charges

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MOSCOW --Russia's top prosecutor said new money laundering charges would be filed against former executives of the bankrupt oil company OAO Yukos, including its jailed founder and former top executive Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a spokesman said on Tuesday



Prosecutors to file new charges against jailed Russian tycoon Khodorkovsky, lawyer says

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MOSCOW: Russian prosecutors will file new charges against jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky on Monday, his lawyer said, raising the prospect of years more in prison for the Kremlin opponent who was once Russia's richest man.

Yuri Schmidt said that prosecutors had instructed Khodorkovsky's legal team to travel to the Siberian city of Chita to be present for the formal indictment Monday.

Khodorkovsky, founder of the now bankrupt oil giant OAO Yukos, has been serving an eight-year sentence on fraud and tax evasion charges in a Siberian prison camp near the Chinese border.

He and his business partner, Platon Lebedev, were moved to a detention center in the regional capital, Chita, in December, for questioning.

Russia's top prosecutor last month said new money laundering charges would be filed against Khodorkovsky and other former Yukos executives.


Feb 3rd 2007

Prosecutors to file new charges against jailed Russian tycoon (Mikhail Khodorkovsky)

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Moscow, Feb 03: Russian prosecutors will file new charges against jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky on Monday, his lawyer said, raising the prospect of years more in prison for the Kremlin opponent who was once Russia's richest man.

Yuri Schmidt said that prosecutors had instructed Khodorkovsky's legal team to travel to the Siberian city of Chita to be present for the formal indictment Monday.

Khodorkovsky, founder of the now bankrupt oil giant Oao Yukos, has been serving an eight-year sentence on fraud and tax evasion charges in a Siberian prison camp near the Chinese border.

He and his business partner, Platon Lebedev, were moved to a detention centre in the regional capital, Chita, in December, for questioning.

Russia's top prosecutor last month said new money laundering charges would be filed against Khodorkovsky and other former Yukos executives.

The tycoon could face up to 15 years for money laundering. Under Russian law, prison terms on separate charges are not usually served consecutively; convicts are jailed for whichever is the longest sentence.

Khodorkovsky has been in detention since October 2003 and could be eligible for parole later this year.

The lawyer branded the new case as politically motivated. "The Kremlin will determine (the outcome) and the court will implement its decision," Schmidt said.

Prosecutors have not commented on the substance of the new charges. According to Schmidt, they allege Khodorkovsky was involved in laundering oil revenues defrauded from Yukos through his open Russia foundation

Bureau Report


ha ha is all I can say. I wish they could round up the rest of them.

Author:  Ry [ Wed Jul 04, 2007 8:26 pm ]
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