PoliticalEssays

July 10, 2006

Putin At Bay

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 1:41 pm
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Putin At Bay
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A.
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Thursday July 6, 2006,
The Kremlin, Moscow
Transcript of the Interactive Webcast with the Pres-
ident of Russia
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Putin speaking:

"And now the question: was it worth it for us to fight
the war in Chechnya?  Of course it was.
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"Because the war was not only linked to the [fake] in-
dependence of the [newly-created puppet] Chechen
Republic.
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"We realized that we would not be left in peace by
these forces who have nothing in common with Che-
chen people [though these "forces" were the armed
forces of Chechnya fighting for its independence]."
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Putin continues with standard atrocity propaganda:
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"They would be using the territory as a foothold to
construct inroads into the Russian Federation and for
attacking other neighbouring Russian regions.
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"There were masses of people who had to flee from
certain areas of Russia because it was not possible 
to live beside the [independent] Chechen Republic.
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"Because of bandits, because of kidnappings and
other such things that occurred en masse.
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"In five to seven years over two and a half thousand
people were openly sold or bought on the Chechen
market as slaves.
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"Do you know about that [Russian lie]?  I am sure you
do."
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Putin continues with standard hysteria propaganda:
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"And that is not all.  We are simply convinced that if
we had not acted, and brought the situation to the one
that currently prevails [fake independence of a puppet
Chechnya], of course Chechnya wouldn’t have just
been used as a jumping off point for attacks on Russia,
it would have gone further.
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"What was at stake?  They were talking about creating
a new state from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea.  A
state with a very radical government.
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"We don't need that in Russia where we have certain
compact regions with a Muslim population that they
would have tried to incite [and where *now* solidarity-
in-arms for a truly independent Caucasus is slowly but
surely driving the Russians out.]"
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Putin continues with standard racist propaganda:
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"And Europe doesn't need that either, because other
than destabilizing the situation  it [the freedom of the
Caucasian peoples] would have amounted to nothing."
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B.
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Saturday February 7, 2004
PoliticalEssays [2]
Russky, Go Home
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Excerpt:
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Things have come to such a pass that Russia must
now evacuate not only Chechnya, but the entire
Caucasus.
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Then the peoples of the Caucasus can [turn to and]
destroy puppets who serve The Superpower and
subvert independence.
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C.
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Wednesday May 31, 2006 
Political Essays [3]
Uncontaining The Contained
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Excerpt:
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Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Reuters
Seven die as police, rebels clash in south Russia
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The Superpower's newsstories help readers acquire
a taste for
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THE ABSURD.
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Really?
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Try this!
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"Chechen rebels have fought a decade-long war for
independence from Moscow.
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"Russian forces have contained that rebellion but are
now fighting an insurgency that has spread to other
parts of the poor and mainly Muslim North Caucasus
region."
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[1]
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http://www.kremlin.ru/eng/text/speeches/2006/07/06/2312_type82917_108352.shtml
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[2]
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PoliticalEssays/message/116
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[3]
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PoliticalEssays/message/762
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