Kirjoittaja Aihe: 2015-11-08 Patrioottinen Venäjä  (Luettu 125273 kertaa)

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« Vastaus #2100 : 10.03.2017, 11:11:42 »
Kiehtova tarina:
http://politicalhotwire.com/current-events/167694-rise-fall-oligarch.html#post5116388

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The rise and fall of an oligarch...

Telman Ismailov used to be a VERY rich and influential men, one of the most powerful people in the city Moscow

Much of his power and wealth came from his special friendship with Yuri Luzhkov, the long time Mayor of Moscow


 Luzhkov had been Mayor since 1992, and one of the co-founders of Putin's modern United Russia Party. Very important guy, in his time.

 Luzhkov also used, and widely and flagrantly abused his authority as Mayor, to establish a monopoly on construction business in the city, which was then, officially, controlled by his wife, Elena Baturina, who established a vast construction corporation, Inteco, with herself at the top


Thanks to her hubby, Elena became a construction tycoon, Russia's only female billionaire (about $4.5 bln net worth)

 "I have guaranteed protection", she proclaims from the cover of Russian version of Forbes magazine. Hinting, of course, again, at her husband lol

 Mr. Ismailov was a close associate of Luzhkov and Baturina. Like many rich Azerbaijani businessmen in Moscow, he was involved, mostly, in retail and commercial real estate. His ties to Luzhkov helped him sideline and destroy many competitors and establish a vast empire, the jewel of which was the huge, sprawling Cherkizovsky Market

It was public knowledge that the Market held a whole underground city under it, a network of basements and subterranean spaces containing tens of thousands of illegal immigrants, from all over former USSR and beyond, with dormitories, sweatshops, where Vietnamese and Chinese illegals toiled many hours a day making knock off clothes, which were then sold to Russian families at the market above
Authorities raided that place any times, but Luzhkov would intervene every time to protect Ismailov.

Finally, in late 2009, Luzhkov had already lost favor with the Kremlin. He had grown arrogant. Thought he was such a fucking fixture in Moscow, was so popular and influential, that not even Putin would dare touch him. He recalled how, back in 1999, he made a deal with Putin, at the time: it was widely thought if he (Luzhkov) ran for President against Putin back then, he would have won. So, Putin basically made a pact with him: don't go against me for Prez, and Moscow is yours, you are Tsar, in the city, the Kremlin won't interfere, you can run the city as you want, complete autonomy. Luzhkov was under an (badly mistaken) impression that this deal was still good, in 2009.

 It wasn't.

 In 2009, federal authorities finally shut down Cherkizovsky Market. In 2010, Luzhkov is relieved of his post as Mayor.

 He and Baturina are allowed to escape without any criminal charges or such, through they do go live abroad, in Switzerland, I believe, for awhile. But Baturina is also forced to give up Inteco.

 The spoils of Moscow's lucrative construction industry are divided up and devoured by the cronies of the new Mayor, Sergey Sobyanin

New government = new crony oligarchs.

 Thus, the fall of Luzhkov was also the fall of Ismailov. His former empire was gradually torn apart over recent years, by Sobyanin's people. He lost all his most lucrative properties. Now, he is fucking bankrupt.

 Russian kleptocracy for ya. Great when you are riding on top. Brutal and unforgiving once you fall from grace...

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Today, the Moscow Region Arbitration Court declared former owner of the Cherkizovsky market, businessman Telman Ismailov a bankrupt and started the procedure of selling his property.

Recall that in 2009 businessman faced large-scale claims from law enforcement bodies in connection with the activities of his main asset - the Cherkizovsky market. Soon after that, sanitary authorities found numerous violations and the market was closed.
http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/Court-declares-Telman-Ismayilov-bankrupt.html

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The Cherkizovsky Market (Russian: Черкизовский рынок), also known as Cherkizon (Russian: Черкизон) was Europe's largest marketplace, located in Izmaylovo District, Moscow, Russia, near the Lokomotiv Stadium and Cherkizovskaya Moscow Metro station.[1] It was owned by Telman Ismailov's AST Group. In its heyday the market employed an estimated 100,000 workers, mostly Asian immigrants.[2] Moscow city authorities closed it down on June 29, 2009 on grounds of numerous violations of regulations and illegal activities.[2] In July, 2009, Moscow authorities confirmed that the market was to be replaced with a Chinatown.[3]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherkizovsky_Market

Todellinen asshole tuokin juutalais-muslimi oligarkki, jolla oli töissä 100 000 orjaa Aasiasta keskellä Moskovaa.
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« Vastaus #2101 : 13.03.2017, 15:42:44 »
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Why Putin is paying women to have more children... Inside Russia's super families


Between 1992 and 2009, the country lost about six million people, or four per cent of its population.


Suddenly, the endgame of Russian history seemed worryingly imminent – and it wasn’t a nuclear Armageddon.

With too few live births to offset the death rate, the Russian population was simply slipping down the plughole of history. During the presidential-election campaign in 2012, Vladimir Putin sounded the alarm.

‘We are facing the risk of turning into an “empty space”,’ he warned, ‘whose fate will not be decided by us.’  It’s a dark and fascinating problem, with roots that go back at least to the terrible wounds of the Second World War, and the purges and man-made famine of the Soviet Union in the 1930s.

But the government has suggested one simple potential solution: Russian parents need to make like the Osyaks and reproduce more.  So far the government’s choice of aphrodisiac has been a combination of cash and propaganda. Since 2007, extra money has been given to parents on the birth of their second and third children. A special prize – the Order of Parental Glory – was established in 2008.



Parents with seven or more children (biological or adopted) are invited to the Kremlin and receive the medal from the president himself. The Osyaks were among the first to get it. Nadezhda has fond memories of  the ceremony. She was awarded her medal by President Dmitry Medvedev, during the four years when he occupied the Kremlin between episodes of Putin.

People with long memories will recall a similar award being handed out in Soviet times to prolific parents. In fact, Father Ioann’s own mother was one recipient: he comes from  a family of 18. But while the older Mrs Osyak  was lauded for her fecundity, her religion was frowned upon in the zealously atheist atmosphere of the USSR.


Father Ioann has many  memories of religious intolerance. One that  rankles especially is of his mother trying to buy some building materials for the family home and being turned away from a shop empty-handed. ‘God will help you,’ jeered the sales assistant. How times have changed.

Today, the Osyaks live in an enormous house on the outskirts of  the southern port city of Rostov-on-Don, handsomely appointed thanks to generous donations from some of the country’s richest people.

The family’s change in fortunes has mirrored the nationwide resurgence of religion.

Indeed, the Russian Orthodox Church and Putin’s government seem almost as enamoured of each other  as Nadezhda and Ioann. Patriarch Kirill, the Church’s head, has cooed over Putin’s leadership, calling it ‘a miracle of God’.

Despite Putin’s past as a member of the KGB – an organisation that persecuted priests and believers – Father Ioann also overflows with enthusiasm for the president.

‘This man is like a father, like my father; he takes care of every person in the country. He takes care of big families.’ The admiration is mutual: Putin is banking  on big families to secure Russia’s future.


Father Sergei Krasnikov, 42, and his wife, Ekaterina, 37, have nine adopted children in addition to their seven biological ones. Following his example, congregants from his church in Rostov-on-Don have begun to adopt children with mental and physical disabilities.

Father Sergei is of Don Cossack heritage, meaning he descends from the warrior clans who once defended Russia’s borders. He espouses  a muscular version of Christianity, organising classes in Cossack culture and regular military training for the young people who attend his church.


At one recent summer school, children eagerly undertook lessons in minesweeping, weapons handling and hand-to-hand combat. They may have some practical application: in Rostov-on-Don, the fighting in Ukraine is close enough to be occasionally audible.

‘Russia has never started a war with another country,’ says Father Sergei, ‘but we are constantly being attacked, so we have to be ready.’ With a steely glint in his eye, he adds, ‘We are very warm, very kind people. But if you cross us, watch out.’


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Father Ioann Osyak and his wife, Nadezhda, were among the first to receive the Order of Parental Glory. Awarded by the president, it is one of a raft of initiatives designed to boost Russia’s birth rate.

Father Ioann’s family suffered for their religion in the USSR, but in today’s Russia he has found himself an unlikely celebrity as the father of 18 children: eight girls (Olga, Elena, Maria, Tatyana, Anna, Nadezhda, Evdokia, Daria, Ksenia and Anastasia) and 10 boys (Ivan, Alexey, Evgeniy, Alexander, Vladimir, Grigoriy, Sergey and Serafim).

Four of his sons have followed their father into the priesthood, and a fifth is studying at a seminary. The family’s values – religious, conservative, patriotic – are in tune with the mood of Russia’s government.

‘The nations of the world will see that Russia was on its knees, but then it rose again,’ says Father Ioann. ‘They will see its beauty, joy and kindness to all. And all nations will bow down before Russia.’
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/10/putin-paying-women-have-children-inside-russias-super-families/
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« Vastaus #2102 : 15.03.2017, 21:58:33 »
Valko-Venäjällä ihmiset kokoontuvat, kun tapahtumien etenemistä seuraa twitteristä niin huomioin miten sivu on tehty, title menu ei katoa piiloon, edes sivua vierittämällä, se pysyy näkyvillä ja vie sivuaukeaman yläosassa olevan tilan. Suomenkielisen twitterin title menussa lukee "viimeisimmät", anti olla sitten viimeinen kerta, kun twiittaat tänne, viimeinen tarjous, painostavaa markkinointia, viimeiset uutiset, ne varmaan lopettaa toiminnan sitten, siinä pitäisi lukea uudet viestit. Se on hyvä, että on twitter. Ne ihmiset pystyy laittamaan twitteriin viestejä vallankumouksesta, twitter tekee itsestään kuuluisan vapauden edistämisessä.





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« Vastaus #2103 : 16.03.2017, 13:25:11 »
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The Leader of Crimea Says Russia Should Bring Back Monarchy

Just three years into life under the Kremlin, the head of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, is fed up with democracy. “When there’s no single authority,” he warned on television this week, “then what you get is collective irresponsibility.”

“Today, in my view, what Russia needs is monarchy,” Aksyonov said.

Crimea’s leader will be disappointed to learn that the Kremlin doesn’t share his views on the advantages of royalty.

Asked on Wednesday about Aksyonov’s televised remarks, Vladimir Putin’s spokesman said the president is “unenthusiastic” about discussions to revert Russia to a monarchy, and even complained that the issue has resurfaced repeatedly in the past five years (as the Putin era has advanced into its teenage years, approaching tsar-like longevity).

On Wednesday, the state-owned news agency RIA Novosti published a surprisingly long article about Aksyonov’s comments, highlighting fairly obvious points, like the fact that monarchy contradicts Russia’s democratic constitution.


In March 2014, the Russian Federation annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine. Moscow says this was a legal absorption of new territory following a popular referendum on self-determination. Most of the world does not recognize Russian sovereignty over Crimea, though Moscow does exercise de facto control over the territory. Aksyonov has occupied senior positions in Crimea's Russia-backed governments since Russian special forces first seized control in late February 2014.
https://themoscowtimes.com/news/the-leader-of-crimea-says-russia-should-bring-back-monarchy-57435
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« Vastaus #2104 : 16.03.2017, 21:11:09 »
Venäjän presidentin kansantalouden ja julkisen hallinnon akatemia julkaisi tutkimuksen, jonka mukaan yli 40 prosenttia patrioottisista venäläisistä kykenee ostamaan palkallaan ainoastaan ruokaa eivätkä rahat aina riitä siihenkään.

http://www.iltalehti.fi/ulkomaat/201703162200086940_ul.shtml (16.3.2017)

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Järkyttävä tutkimustulos: Yli 40 prosenttia venäläisistä saa palkkaa, joka riittää juuri ja juuri ruokaan

Venäjän presidentin kansantalouden ja julkisen hallinnon akatemian teettämän tutkimuksen mukaan yli kolmasosa venäläisistä kykenee ostamaan palkallaan ainoastaan ruokaa, jos sitäkään.

Yli 40 prosenttia venäläisistä kykenee palkallaan ostamaan ainoastaan ruokaa. Joskus rahat eivät riitä siihenkään. Järkyttävät luvut käyvät ilmi Venäjän presidentin kansantalouden ja julkisen hallinnon akatemian tuoreesta tutkimuksesta.

37 prosenttia kertoi palkan riittävän ruoan lisäksi myös vaatteisiin ja kenkiin. 15 prosenttia kokee lisäksi pystyvänsä ostamaan myös kodinkoneita. 8 prosentilla oli nykyisellä palkkatasolla varaa autoon.

Alle kuusi prosenttia venäläisistä kertoi näkevänsä taloudellisen tilanteen paranevan Venäjällä.

Aiemmin Venäjän työministeri Maksim Topilin kertoi, että Venäjän rikkaimpien palkat ovat viisitoistakertaiset maan köyhimpiin kansalaisiin verrattuna. Topilin kuitenkin kiirehti lisäämään, että kuilu palkkojen välillä oli paljon suurempi 2000-luvun alussa ja on pienenemässä koko ajan.
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« Vastaus #2105 : 20.03.2017, 13:15:39 »
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Antti Rautiainen: Islamismiin loikanneita venäläisiä natseja

Äärioikeisto luulee olevansa islamismin vastavoima. Ainakin entisen Neuvostoliiton alueella islamismi on äärioikeistolle lähinnä esikuva, potentiaalinen yhteistyötaho länsimaista ”rappiokulttuuria” vastaan, ja liike johon saatetaan kääntyä, jos natsismi ei tunnu riittävän radikaalilta.

Stalinin vainoista selvinneitä toisinajattelijoita oli Neuvostoliitossa 1950- ja 1960-luvuilla vähän, ja yhteistyötä tehtiin ideologisten rajojen yli. Näihin piireihin päätyi azerbaidžanilaisen kuvataiteiden professorin ja venäläisen sirkustaiteilijan poika Geidar Džemal. Džemal kuoli viime joulukuussa 69-vuotiaana.

Džemalin varhainen toveri oli Aleksandr Dugin, yksi putinismin nykyisistä epävirallisista pääideologeista. 1970-luvulla Dugin ja Džemal kuuluivat molemmat esoteeriseen ”Mustaan SS-ritarikuntaan”. Neuvostoliiton hajottua Džemal suuntautui poliittisiin muslimijärjestöihin ja Dugin kansallisbolševismiin.

Ulkopuolisuuden tunnetta korvataan jollain mahdollisimman ”rankalla”.

Džemal oli perustamassa Venäjän islamilaista komiteaa vuonna 1993, ja oli sen puheenjohtaja kuolemaansa saakka. Vuonna 1999 Džemal osallistui duumanvaaleihin ”Liikkeessä armeijan puolesta” (DPA), joka yhdisti stalinisteja ja äärioikeistoa. Synteesi ei menestynyt, ja Džemal päätyi vuonna 2008 perustamaan Vasemmistorintamaa, joka yhdisti laajasti Venäjän radikaalia vasemmistoa.

Džemalin kanssa Liikkeessä armeijan puolesta toimi Vadim Sidorov. Hän kääntyi islamiin ja perusti vuonna 2004 ”Venäjän muslimien kansallisen järjestön” NORM:n, joka edustaa venäläisen kansallismielisyyden ja islamismin synteesiä.

Blood & Honour on Englannissa vuonna 1987 perustettu natsiskinien järjestö. Venäjän Blood & Honourin johtaja Sergei Golubev päätti vuonna 2009 verkostoitua Tšetšenian islamistien kanssa, minkä jälkeen hän kääntyi islamistiksi. Islamisti on nykyään myös Aleksei Maksimov, Pietarin natsiskinien johtaja, joka on istunut vankilatuomion taposta.

Osa islamismiin kääntyneistä natseista on osallistunut Itä-Ukrainan sotaan Ukrainan joukoissa, esimerkiksi valkovenäläinen äärioikeistolainen rap-muusikko ja jalkapallohuligaani Daniil Ljašuk.

Radikalisoitumista ei aina voi palauttaa yksilöpsykologiaan, mutta natsismi ja islamismi kilpailevat Venäjällä tasaväkisesti niistä nuorista miehistä, jotka yrittävät paikata ulkopuolisuuden tunteensa jollain mahdollisimman ”rankalla”.

http://www.kansanuutiset.fi/artikkeli/3682266-antti-rautiainen-islamismiin-loikanneita-venalaisia-natseja
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« Vastaus #2106 : 21.03.2017, 16:44:08 »
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Pro-Christian MP seeks major probe into Russian freemason groups

Vitaly Milonov, a centrist-conservative lawmaker best known for his campaign targeting “gay propaganda” has proposed to check if Russian freemason lodges comply with the law that restricts political activities of foreign and international groups.
“It is not a secret that the Freemason Order is one of the world’s oldest public and political organizations. According to information from open sources one of their main goals is the creation of the new world order and the global government based on masonic principles,” Milonov stated in his letter to Russian Prosecutor General Yury Chaika.

“In other words, this mystical public organization that has branches and representation offices in our country, openly declares its intention to intervene with democratic processes.”

“Main freemason loges are based in France, Britain and the United States and de jure Russian freemasons are subjects of their foreign colleagues,” he added.

The lawmaker went on to point out that Russian law restricts foreign groups’ involvement in political processes. Presently, political parties in Russia are banned from receiving sponsorship or entering any deals with foreign and international organizations and NGOs that receive funding from abroad and get engaged into any type of political activities must register as “foreign agents.”

Milonov reminded in his letter that historically Russian state has always controlled or sometimes even outlawed freemasons’ activities. The MP also noted that similar restrictions remain in force in several foreign nations.

First freemason loges appeared in Russian in the 18th century, as part of the nation’s drift towards the West. Their history was complicated and for some time freemasons really were outlawed. Currently freemasons openly exist as the Grand Lodge of Russia, with several thousand members.

At some point freemasons attempted to influence Russian politics, albeit with very limited success. Grand Master of the lodge, Andrey Bogdanov, even ran for the presidency in 2008 (he came last of four candidates with just 1.3 percent of the vote) and also assumed a high position in the rightist pro-business political party Right Cause.

Bogdanov is also known for a row with opposition figure Aleksey Navalny – in 2013 the freemason complicated Navalny’s participation in political process by hijacking the name of political party – the People’s Alliance that the activist wanted for himself and his allies.
https://www.rt.com/politics/381598-pro-christian-mp-seeks-major/
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« Vastaus #2107 : 22.03.2017, 17:18:24 »
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President of Belarus Accuses Western Intelligence Agencies Of Inflaming Protests

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said March 21 that Western intelligence agencies are supporting ongoing protests against him, BelTA reported. He accused Western security services of trying to exacerbate the situation and said that dozens of militants had been arrested for planning "an armed provocation." The president said these suspects had been trained in Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland. The demonstrations began March 1 following the government's announcement that it would impose taxes on the unemployed.

Lukashenko decided to delay the measure, but the protests have continued. Despite being one of Russia's closest allies, Belarus had been warming up to the West. It has, however, maintained a strong relationship with Russia, especially in military and security matters.
http://katehon.com/news/president-belarus-accuses-western-intelligence-agencies-inflaming-protests
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« Vastaus #2108 : 27.03.2017, 12:52:48 »
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Russia Wants Immigrants the World Doesn’t


While Europe and the U.S. tighten border controls, former Soviet states are encouraged by Moscow to send their workers.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-03-14/russia-s-alternative-universe-immigrants-welcome
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« Vastaus #2109 : 28.03.2017, 11:42:36 »
Tuli tekstiviesti minulle, että aika postata taas Venäläistä propagandaa tänne.  :)

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Putin has urged the FSB to 'suppress any attempts at foreign influence' in the upcoming general elections in Russia. If you read between the lines, Putin is warning about a 'color revolution' coming to Russia. But Russia is ready.

Addressing top FSB officials in Moscow, President Putin said: "Unfortunately, our foes abroad are getting ready" for the parliamentary elections scheduled for 18 September.

He said the techniques were well-known and urged the security service to "suppress any attempts at foreign influence".

President Vladimir Putin again addressed the dangers of color revolutions at Wednesday’s session of the Interior Ministry’s committee. “The extremists’ actions become more complicated. We are facing attempts to use the so called ‘color technologies’ in organizing illegal street protests to open propaganda of hatred and strife on social networks,” he said.

In November last year, Putin named color revolutions as a main tool used by forces that seek to reshape the world.

“In the modern world extremism is used as a geopolitical tool for redistribution of spheres of interest. We can see the tragic consequences of the wave of the so-called color revolutions, the shock experienced by people in the countries that went through the irresponsible experiments of hidden, or sometimes brute and direct interference with their lives,” the Russian leader said.
http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/us-planning-color-revolution-russia-putin-ready/ri13090

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Russia's protests - Soros footprint?

The "Yellow Duck Rrevolution" was said to represent the economic «quackery» of President Dilma Rousseff and her Workers’ Party government in Brazil. The main coordinators of these protests were Brazil’s largest corporate-owned media conglomerates and all of them have links to domestic non-profit organizations like Vem Pra Rua (To the Street) – a typical Soros appellation – and Free Brazil Movement, in turn funded by the usual suspects of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), US Agency for International Development (USAID), and Soros’s Open Society Institute.

The duck's most recent appearance in Moscow was explained by the Washington Post as "Medvedev's luxuries, which include a house for raising ducks."
http://www.fort-russ.com/2017/03/yellow-duck-at-russias-protests-soros.html

Ilmeisesti myös poliisi sai turpaansa siellä täällä, alla kuvassa turpaan saanutta poliisia hoidetaan.
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