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Nobody seems to notice what is going on in other parts of the world. Read the following news:
Post-communist Russia is led by an ex-KGB boss, Vladimir Putin. He don't want to lose his influence in Caucasus. See also the Chechen genocide!
CIA is a kindergarten compared to this evil soviet secret police called KGB. After the "fall" of communism they've changed their name but nobody could expose it. The West seems totally ignorant of this terrible power.
The Russian mafia is directly connected with KGB. They are involved in almost all evil happening in the world today: drugs traffic, prostitution, money laundry and what not.
02-04-2005, 03:59 AM
GULAG&Communism Still Operational
Thanks, Draken, for being with me again! However, this is not a question of "who is with whom", but of what is really going on in the world today. Everybody seems to be focused on USA and CIA only! The yesterday adversary seems to be completely forgotten! It's not healthy...
02-12-2005, 10:43 PM
Hey vlad CIA are kindegarten are they!
And what exactly is free trade doing for eastern europe and Russia at the present time except for creating hordes of Neo nazi street thugs!
02-13-2005, 08:28 AM
The history of the KGB is well-known. If the current FSB should be known as the former KGB, one should know that it is not really formerly known. The name change is nothing new in the history of the entire Russian(Soviet) intelligence service.
In 1917, on the order of Lenn to establish an intelligence/secret police group, the Cheka was formed and Lenin chose Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky, a Polish Jew, to head it.
Over the years, it went through numerous name-changes:
NKVD 1941 (February)
GUGB 1941 (July)
MB (Ministry of Security) 1991
FSK (Federal Counterintelligence Service) 1994
FSB (Federal Security Service) 1995
In 1991, the KGB was "formally" dissolved well before the dissolution of the Soviet Union. When Yeltsin assumed power, he did not completely dissolve the KGB, rather he retained the intelligence, counterintelligence and internal border security functions of the KGB as useful services for the newly formed Russian government under Yeltsin's controls, then Putin's, respectively.
Below is the link revealed how former KGB officials are still in the positions of FSB:
Is KGB dead? Yes and no.
In name, at least officially in the eyes of the world, the KGB is dead. Yet its functions and practices are still being used to this day, the name-change is all cosmetic dressing.
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