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To the dangerously chaotic situation now existing in Kyrgyzstan we can read as reported by London’s Times Online News Service who are reporting:Early reports circulating in the Kremlin today from the Foreign Military Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces (GRU) are showing that Russian forces have successfully engineered government coups against the American “puppet states” of the United States, Kyrgyzstan and Thailand.
Fueling Russian anger against the Untied States were this past weeks series of terrorist attacks against the Motherland masterminded by CIA-linked al Qaeda terrorist forces that included the catastrophic bombing of Moscow’s subway system leading to the loss of over 40 innocent lives and which President Medvedev and Prime Minister Putin vowed to find and “destroy”.
Also angering Russia has been US President Obama and NATO’s refusal to stem the devastating Afghan heroin drug trade run by the CIA and which to date Victor Ivanov, head of Russia's federal drug control agency, has estimated has claimed over 30,000 Russian citizens lives.
According to these reports, Russian Military Forces are attempting by these Great Game “shadow wars” in Kyrgyzstan and Thailand to deny the US and its NATO allies the use of critical airbases [Don Muang Royal Thai Air Force Base: Thailand and Ganci Air Base: Kyrgyzstan] needed for their, the Americans, attempt to seize control of the vast oil and gas deposits in Central Asia, and which both Russia and China have vowed not to allow them to accomplish.
Important to note about these “puppet” rulers of the US are that they all came to power in what are called the “colour revolutions” engineered by the CIA, and include Kyrgyzstan’s “Tulip Revolution”, Ukraine’s “Orange Revolution” and Georgia’s “Rose Revolution”. The “common thread” connecting Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and Georgia are their all being major oil and gas pipeline conduits for Central Asia, only one of which, Georgia, is still controlled by the West, but after it’s disastrous 2008 warwhen it tried to invade Russia will, without a doubt, be the next “domino” in the Great Game to fall against the Western Powers
Equally important to note is that while just about everyone in the World has full awareness of the potentially catastrophic import of these events, the same cannot be even close to being said about the American people, and who continue to live under one of the strictest propaganda regimes seen since the Axis Powers of World War II and rivaling that of the Soviet Communists of the Cold War.
And no where is this more evident than in the events occurring in the US war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq…where in Afghanistan, US Special Forces Troops after a killing spree targeting women and children tried to cover up their crime and were supported by their military leaders and lapdog press…that is except for one British reporter, Jerome Starkey, who refused to “toe the propaganda line” and exposed the truth; and in Iraq where US Forces savagely massacred 12 innocent civilians…which came to light only because the actual video of this atrocious attack was leaked, and not by the American propaganda media who would never report on it anyway.
So as our World today veers ever closer the abyss of Total Global War, the American people continue to live in denial of what their monstrous war leaders are doing in their name and the consequences they are going to ultimately suffer because of their deliberate ignorance, the cost they will all be paying much sooner than they can ever imagine.
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
It's a Sorcha Faal article. Need I say more?
"By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers"
PLEASE stop posting utter BS by that troll!
[edit on Thu Apr 8th 2010 by TrueAmerican]
Allies warned government of attacks * Published: 16/03/2010 at 12:09 PM * Online news: Breakingnews The grenade attack at a battalion compound on Monday afternoon was not unexpected, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of security affairs Suthep Thaugsuban said on Tuesday. Mr Suthep said the government had been warned by other countries about potential violence during the mass red-shirt rally. "Our ally countries , including the United States of America, have tapped the phone conversations between former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and red-shirt leaders. "They have warned us about potential violence by the pro-Thaksin groups," the deputy premier said. He said there were other groups of people besides Seh Daeng that supported Thaksin and wanted to please him. Mr Suthep said he did not want to travel to Government House at this time as it could provoke the red-shirt protesters. Six M-79 grenades were fired at the 1st Infantry Regiment, which houses army chief Anupong Paojinda's military residence. Two failed to explode. Two soldiers were injured. Army specialist Maj Gen Khattiya "Seh Daeng" Sawasdiphol, who is a supporter of the anti-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship, denied any involvement in the attack.
Russia has sent 150 paratroopers to its Kant airbase in the former Soviet Central Asian Republic of Kyrgyzstan to ensure the safety of families of Russian military staff.
''The President has decided to send two companies of paratroopers there and some 150 people have arrived in Kant,'' Russian General Staff chief Nikolay Makarov said today.
Protests in the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek have left at least 74 people dead and more than 500 injured.
Earlier a source in Russia's Defence Ministry said the Russian airbase was put on high alert, while the US said its Manas airbase in Kyrgyzstan was continuing to function normally.
Russian Air Force spokesman Vladimir Drik said the Russian airbase in Kant, around 20 km outside the Kyrgyz capital, is also continuing to function normally.
During a telephonic conversation today, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin urged Kyrgyz opposition Prime Minister Roza Otunbayeva to refrain from violence and to take all measures to ensure foreign and diplomatic missions' security.
Ms Otunbayeva told Mr Putin that her government fully controls the situation, law enforcement services and armed forces.
Kyrgyzstan's interim government has blamed President Kurmanbek Bakiyev administration for the bloodshed in Bishkek.
''The responsibility rests with the authorities,'' Ms Otunbayeva said at a news conference, in Bishkek.
''The unrest in Bishkek on April 7 is ''a reaction to reprisals, tyranny and aggression that was coming from the authorities,'' she said.
''It could have been a popular revolution, or a popular uprising, or people's rebuff. Whatever it was, we want to say 'no' to tyranny and we want to build democracy,'' she added.
Acting Defence Minister Ismail Isakov said at the same press conference that the military and Interior Ministry would be in charge of ensuring the country's national security.
He also said, ''practically all armed forces and border services have come under our control''.
Meanwhile, Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz Border Service told Interfax today.
''The border has been closed at Uzbekistan's initiative,'' it said, adding ''There have been no closures on the Kyrgyz-Kazakh border''. The Kazakh National Security Committee's border service imposed restrictions on the crossing of the border by Kyrgyz citizens entering Kazakhstan and Kazakh citizens going to Kyrgyzstan on April 7.
''Passage through the Kyrgyz-Chinese and Kyrgyz-Tajik border is being conducted as usual,'' it stated.
''The situation on the border with the neighbouring countries remains calm,'' the Kyrgyz Border Service informed.
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