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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2011 5:14 pm    Post subject: RUSSIA, Siberia NEWS  Reply with quote


Iran, Russia to shape new world order
Sept. 20, 2011  Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili has underscored the significance of Tehran-Moscow relations towards the establishment of a new global order

Iran and Russia can establish a new world order based on their common positions on international issues and developments.
The SNSC secretary, who is in the Russian capital to attend the second international meeting of secretaries of national security councils,
added that the world has bypassed the Cold War model and the ensuing unilateralism, which entailed international confrontations with expansionist motives of the West, led by the US.  Jalili made the comments at a state university in Moscow, where he told participating students that a hotbed now exists for transpiration of a new world order.

Jalili said Iran and Russia can exploit a host of opportunities in the fields of energy and geostrategic cooperation against the backdrop of an incompetent Western model.

Russian Caucasus, Chechnya news

ISIS downs Russian airliner  over Sinai EGYPT
EGYPT 224 killed, bomb was aboard plane.  Nov. 2015

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Suicide bombing at Moscow Airport
[b]January 24, 2011  
 About 20 killed in Moscow airport suicide attack.
Moscow's Domodedovo airport - the busiest in the Russian capital - has been rocked by an explosion.  At least 10 people have been killed in the blast and that dozens more are reported to have been injured.

Reports suggest a suicide bomber was behind the blast.
Early local media reports suggested the blast may have hit the baggage reclaim area of the international arrivals hall.
A RIA Novosti news agency correspondent at the airport reported that a lot of smoke could be seen in the area, and there was a smell of burning.

Emergency services are on the scene and tending to the wounded.
The UK's Foreign Office said it was checking if any Britons were involved.
The airport is 40km (25 miles) south-east of the city centre, and is popular with foreign workers and tourists flying into the city, says the BBC's Steve Rosenberg in Moscow.

Suicide bomber kills 35 at Russia's biggest airport
Muslim Terrorists bomb Moscow airport, killing 35
A suicide bomber killed at least 35 people at Russia's busiest airport on Monday, state TV said, in an attack on the capital that bore the hallmarks of militants fighting for an Islamist state in the North Caucasus region.
President Dmitry Medvedev vowed to track down and punish those behind the bombing, which also injured over 150 people, during the busy late afternoon at Moscow's Domodedovo airport. The dead included some foreigners.

Islamist rebels have vowed to take their bombing campaign from the North Caucasus to the Russian heartland in the year before presidential elections, hitting transport and economic targets. They have also leveled threats at the 2014 Winter Olympics, scheduled for the Black Sea resort town of Sochi, a region some militants consider "occupied."

Dense smoke filled Domodedovo's international arrivals hall and a fire burned along one wall.

"Taxi drivers lined up in the arrivals hall were blown up. Pieces of their bodies covered us and my left ear doesn't hear very well at all," Artyom Zhilenkov, 30, told Reuters as he pointed to pieces of human flesh on his coat.
Thick drops of blood were scattered across the snow-covered tarmac outside the arrivals hall, where Interfax news agency said traces of shrapnel were found.

Two Britons were among the dead, media cited investigative committee spokesman Vladimir Markin as saying, and French, Italians, and Germans were in hospitals, though this could not be immediately confirmed with their embassies. Planes from across Europe had landed in the half hour leading up to the attack.

4 terrorists hunted after suicide blast at Moscow airport
January 25, 2011
After at least 35 people were killed and 130 injured Jan. 24 in a suicide bombing at Domodedovo, Moscow's busiest international airport, police are hunting for 3 men and one woman believed to have come from the Caucasian republics.
Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has cancelled his trip to the economic forum at Davos to deal with the emergency after placing all three Moscow airports and underground hubs on high security alert.
Domodedovo is used by most foreign airlines carrying European and American travelers to and from the Russian capital. The explosion occurred at non-secured zone of the airport. Screws and other metal shrapnel found on the scene.

debkafile: It is not clear how the bombers reached the scene of the attack, whether by incoming flights or as members of the airport staff. Until the Domededov explosion, such terrorist attacks were usually directed at domestic targets, only rarely at foreigners.

The last such attack in Moscow was staged in March 2010 by two women from Dagestan, who blew themselves up at two underground stations in the Russian capital, killing 40 people.
At around about the same time, in London, an incoming airliner from Abu Dhabi was diverted from Heathrow to Stansted airport, flying in with two RAF fighter jets after an incident aboard. The pilot was alarmed enough by the threatening behavior of a British man to radio for a fighter escort. The man was taken into custody.

Georgian President Lauds Moscow Terror Attack as ‘Payback’ for 2008 War
January 26, 2011  Says He Told Putin He Would Pay for 'Supporting Separatists'
While most of the world reacted with the predictable combination of shock and eagerness for more security measures in the wake of Monday’s suicide bombing in the Moscow Domodedovo Airport, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili is openly cheering it.
According to Saakashvili, the bombing was “payback” for the brief Russo-Georgian War of 2008, and that he had recently told Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin that he would face “payback for his country for supporting separatists.”

The comments came in the wake of Putin’s own statement that Chechnya, which was initially assumed to be the source of the attack, had nothing to do with it. Putin did not describe who was responsible, however.
Saakashvili’s comments, though presumably not a claim of responsibility, are likely to spark another round of anti-Georgian sentiments in Russia. Tensions between the two sides have flamed up repeatedly since the war, and have regularly led to attacks on Georgian immigrants living in Russia.

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Moscow welcomes HELLzballah
October   22,  2011  
Moscow welcomed a delegation of Lebanese Hizballah terrorists for 3 day visit.
Russia used Israels negotiations with Hamas for the release of Gilad Shalit to justify its continuing support for Syrian President Bashar Assad and opening the door to other terrorists.
The Kremlin shows it has its own take on the deal struck between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas.

Gilad Shalit

Russia’s military chief warns that heightened risks of conflict near borders may turn nuclear
November 17,
MOSCOW — Russia is facing a heightened risk of being drawn into conflicts at its borders that have the potential of turning nuclear.

Gen. Nikolai Makarov, chief of the General Staff of the Russian armed forces, cautioned over NATO’s expansion eastward and warned that the risks for Russia to be pulled into local conflicts have “risen sharply.”

Makarov added, according to Russian news agencies, that “under certain conditions local and regional conflicts may develop into a full-scale war involving nuclear weapons.”
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Hundreds of Russians protest against Putin
31 January 2011    MOSCOW
About 500 people demonstrated in a central Moscow square on Monday to demand the ouster of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his "rule of thieves."

Prominent opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was arrested and jailed for 15 days following a similar demonstration a month ago, kept up his assault on Russia's longtime leader.
He compared Putin to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarek, who is facing mass unrest after 30 years in power.
"Please, someone tell me how our leadership differs from his," Nemtsov shouted to the crowd from the back of a truck. "Russia has to get rid of Putin."

Nemtsov has accused Putin of allowing corruption to pervade the corridors of power and of building up considerable personal wealth during his 11 years in power at the expense of ordinary Russians. He also has denounced Putin's reversal of the democratic achievements of the 1990s.
Russia's beleaguered opposition holds demonstrations on the last day of every month with 31 days to call attention to the 31st Article of Russia's Constitution, which guarantees freedom of assembly.

The city authorized Monday's rally, but it also authorized the rally Dec. 31, during which 68 people were arrested, including Nemtsov. He was arrested after the rally while walking across the square to his car.
Nemtsov's arrest drew Western condemnation and mobilized his supporters, who held daily pickets outside the jail where he was being held.

Hundreds of police surrounded the square Monday, but they allowed the demonstrators to disperse peacefully after the rally ended with cries of "Down with the rule of thieves."

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The bear is no longer sleeping.  Its awake - and HUNGRY

November 23, 2011      My comments with Paul McGuire, NewsWithViews
Russia may be making preparations for an attack against the United States.
The Russians have been storing up grain, foodstuffs, gold, and oil.
Those who have underestimated Russia are in for a rude awakening.  
Russia has the second most powerful military in the world and is 2nd in the production of oil and gas.

Russia said NATO’s eastward expansion or an attack on Iran by the U.S. and Israel could cause Russia to enter the conflicts.
Russia does not rule out a large-scale war including nuclear weapons.
While America has been disarming Russia has over 12,000 antiballistic missiles, many aimed at America.
Russia has been conducting military exercises with Iran and China, and built underground bunkers preparing for World War III.

Ezekiel 38 Magog, Meshech and Tuba scholars believe is located somewhere in Russia, many peoples with thee Islamic MidEast nations.
There are those who believe TURKEY is one of the main nations of Ezekiel 38, and Turkey has been blustering and bullying the last 2 years.
Ezekiel was more accurate than many geo-political analysts alive today.
The prophet Ezekiel gives us a list of the nations that will come against Israel.

I AM against you, O Gog, the prince of Rosh, Meshech, and Tubal.
I will turn you around, put hooks into your jaws, and lead you out, with all your army, horses, and horsemen,
all splendidly clothed, a great company with bucklers and shields, all of them handling swords.
Persia (IRAN), Ethiopia, and Libya are with them, all of them with shield and helmet
Gomer and all its troops, the house of Togarmah from the far north and all its troops, many people are with you.
Ezekiel 38:1-7

Russia which is called the, sleeping bear, is backing Islamic nations and intend to invade Israel.
That is the plan of the badly named 'Arab Spring.'
Currently, there is a massive build-up of U.S. troops in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq and Australia, in preparation of an Armageddon-style conflict or World War III.
American troops are being stationed in Australia as a pre-emptive move against China moving into the Middle East.
I believe Obama is sending and keeping troops OUT of the USA purposely, so they cant defend the homeland.

The EU are reliant on Russian and Iranian oil.
American politicians are deliberately weakening our military.

U.S. govt and churchs are coopted by commies and Muslims and cannot be trusted.
Perestroika was a masquerade designed to fool America and Europe into believing they gave up their plans for a World Communist Government.

Russia is planning on conquering the U.S. through nuclear war.

Many people in the U.S. have seen Russian troops all across the U.S.A.
READ THIS ARTICLE and Duduman and Gruver's visions of what will occur and WHEN.

Russia will attack USA, Paul McGuire

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Russian subs in U.S. waters

Russia aims at US, Israel missile shields
November 24, 2011
After deploying 3 warships in Syrian waters, Moscow beats war drums against the United States.
Russia armed forces to ensure they can destroy the command and control systems of the US missile-defense system in Europe.

US missile shield linked directly to Israel's missile defense network, leaving Israel completely exposed to Iranian missile attack.
NATO (USA) just put a new one in Turkey.

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Putin warns West as he launches presidential bid

Nov. 27, 2011   MOSCOW (AP)
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin sternly warned the West not to interfere in Russia's elections, as he launched his campaign to reclaim the presidency in a speech Sunday before thousands of flag-waving supporters.
Putin stepped down in 2008 after two presidential terms, but kept his hold on power. He announced in September that he intended to return to the top job next year and was formally nominated Sunday by his United Russia party.

"All our foreign partners need to understand this: Russia is a democratic country, it's a reliable and predictable partner with which they can and must reach agreement,
but on which they cannot impose anything from the outside," Putin told his audience.
The party congress, which was televised live, was aimed at boosting support for Putin and his party before parliamentary elections one week away.

Increasingly seen as representing the interests of a corrupt bureaucracy, United Russia has watched its public approval ratings plummet in recent months. The party is still certain to win the Dec. 4 election, but is expected to lose the current two-thirds majority that has allowed it to change the constitution at will.

I'm not saying Prince William is the Antichrist, however, there's been a bit of speculation that he may be groomed to be. Won't he turn 33 next year? Again, not saying that he will, but he seems to be getting more publicity than he should now...

Russia praises Prince William over sea rescue

Russia's ambassador to Britain says he's hailed the effort of Prince William and Royal Air Force colleagues to rescue crew members of a sunken cargo ship.
William, an RAF search and rescue co-pilot, was deployed in gale force winds early on Sunday, after the Swanland cargo ship sank in the Irish Sea.

All eight members of the crew were Russian.
Two sailors were rescued by William's helicopter, but one person was found dead and five others remain missing.
In a letter, Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko said Monday that the two men were saved thanks to William's "selfless effort under the bad weather conditions."
The ship went down after its hull cracked amid stormy conditions off the coast of north Wales.
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An insider's account of vote rigging for Putin

December  6,  2011   MOSCOW (AP)
The election official had a problem. Workers at his polling station had been stuffing ballot boxes with votes for Vladimir Putin's party all day, he says, but when the votes were counted United Russia still didn't have enough.
So he huddled with the election commission he chaired at the Moscow precinct. The decision: Putin's party would get the desired 65 percent.
One member objected, but relented when the others tossed his Communist Party a few dozen votes.

The commission chairman spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity for fear of losing his job. He also said he could be punished for disobeying orders to report any contact with foreign observers or journalists to the FSB, the successor to the Soviet-era KGB.

His account closely matches reports by independent observers of rampant vote-rigging during Sunday's election, in which United Russia maintained its majority in parliament. Amateur videos posted on the Internet also appeared to show falsified ballots spilling out of boxes at polling stations.

Clinton criticizes Russia vote, Germany urges improvement

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suggested on Tuesday that Russia's elections were neither free nor fair, and Germany urged Moscow to make democratic improvements.
For a second day running, Clinton cited "serious concerns" about the Sunday election in which Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's parliamentary majority was slashed. Observers said the vote was marred by ballot-stuffing and other irregularities.

"When authorities fail to prosecute those who attack people for exercising their rights or exposing abuses, they subvert justice and undermine the people's confidence in their governments," Clinton said in a speech at the meeting of the 56-nation OSCE, Europe's biggest rights watchdog.

"As we have seen in many places, and most recently in the Duma elections in Russia, elections that are neither free nor fair have the same effect," she added, in comments that went a step further than her criticism of the vote on Monday.
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Russia oil rig capsizes off Sakhalin
December 18, 2011
 Somehow this reminds me of the Titanic.
2 dead after an oil drilling rig sank in freezing seas in the Russian far east.
14 rescued after an oil drilling platform capsized, most of the 67 crew are unaccounted for.
The Kolskaya rig was being towed some 200km (125 miles) off Sakhalin island when it capsized in a fierce storm.
14 people have been rescued but it is feared the rig overturned before the rest of the 67 people on board could escape on to life rafts.
Kolskaya platform has sunk completely.
The crew had been waiting to be evacuated by helicopter but the platform capsized and sank before they could get to their rescue rafts.

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Methane blast at Russian mine
July 24, 2010
 A methane explosion at a coal mine in western Siberia has killed one miner and left two hospitalized with burns.
A sudden buildup of the gas ignited as 66 miners were at work, but all of them were evacuated.

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Tens of thousands of protesters pile pressure on Putin
24 Dec 2011   MOSCOW (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of flag-waving and chanting protesters called on Saturday for a disputed parliamentary election to be rerun and an end to Vladimir Putin's rule, increasing pressure on the Russian leader as he tries to win back the presidency.

The protesters shouted "Russia without Putin" and "New elections, New elections" as one speaker after another called for an end to Putin's 12-year domination of the country at the second big opposition rally in two weeks in central Moscow.

"Do you want Putin to return to the presidency?" novelist Boris Akunin asked from a large stage. Whistling and jeering, protesters chanted: "No!"
Witnesses said at least as many people turned out as at the last big Moscow rally on December 10 to protest against alleged vote-rigging in the December 4 election won by Putin's United Russia.

Putin team defiant after protest rocks Russia
25 Dec 2011   Vladimir Putin still has the support of a majority of Russians, his spokesman said on Sunday after a mass protest challenged the premier's authority two months before he stands in presidential polls.

Organisers said 120,000 people attended the rally in central Moscow Saturday where protesters chanted slogans against Prime Minister Putin and called for the annulment of disputed December parliamentary elections won by his party.
Police put the numbers at 29,000, but AFP correspondents said the turnout was clearly bigger and more anti-Putin in tone than the first rally two weeks ago which smashed a Russian taboo against mass opposition protests.

"As a politician and a presidential candidate, Putin still has the support of a majority. And we should treat the opinion of a majority with respect," his spokesman Dmitry Peskov told AFP.
He added that Putin was "beyond competition" as a candidate the March 4 presidential polls, where the Russian strongman plans to stand for a third Kremlin term after his four-year stint as prime minister.

Russian Army will be a majority Muslim Army by 2020
]Predicting a Majority-Muslim Russia

6 Aug 2005   by Daniel Pipes, updated Tue, 23 Dec 2008
"Russia's Turning Muslim, Says Mufti" is the startling headline in the Times of London today. Ravil Gaynutdin, head of the Council of Muftis of Russia, announced that Russia's population of 144 million contains 23 million ethnic Muslims – and not, as the census indicates, 14.5 million, or, as the Orthodox Church estimates, nearer to 20 million. An estimated 3-4 million Muslims are migrants from former Soviet regions, including 2 million Azeris, 1 million Kazakhs, and several hundred thousand Uzbeks, Tajiks and Kyrgyz."

"Goble notes the exponential growth in Islam since the demise of the Soviet Union: Russia had about 300 mosques in 1991 and now there are at least 8,000, about half of which were built with money from abroad, especially from Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia. There were no Islamic religious schools in 1991 and today there are between 50 and 60, teaching as many as 50,000 students. The number of Russians going on the hajj each year, has jumped from 40 in 1991 to 13,500 in 2005. He quotes a Russian commentator predicting that within the next several decades there will be a mosque on Red Square."
"By 2015, Muslims will make up a majority of Russia's conscript army, and by 2020 a fifth of the population."

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