Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Boris Berezovsky was deputy secretary of Russia's security council. He is now an enemy of Putin. ('I am plotting a new Russian revolution')...



The Moscow subway blasts, in March 2010, could give Mr Putin an excuse to wrest back power from his successor, President Dmitry Medvedev. (Moscow blasts may spur a Vladimir Putin takeover‎).

Certain bombings in Russia in 1999 were blamed on 'rogue' Russian government agents. (Evidence of FSB involvement in the Russian apartment bombings)

It is not clear whether or not these 'rogue' Russian agents were working for friends of the CIA or enemies of the CIA.

Alexander Litvinenko was an officer of the KGB and its successor the FSB.

Litvinenko was an associate of Boris Berezovsky.

Litvinenko was granted asylum in London.

Litvinenko then accused certain agents of the FSB of being behind the Russian apartment bombings and other terrorism acts in an effort to bring Vladimir Putin to power.

However, it seems unlikely that Putin, unless he is an agent of the West, is trying to wreck Russia with a long series of terror attacks?

Brzezinsky wants to weaken Russia.

The CIA and its friends have a motive for causing the Moscow Subway Blasts of March 2010.

Think of the USA's wish to grab economic assets and ensure US military superiority. (The outrageous strategy to destroy Russia [Voltaire] )

And the CIA and its friends have attacked Russia in the recent past.

Think of the gas explosion in Russia in 1982. (Reagan approved sabotage -theage.com.au )

1. Stephen F Cohen, in The Nation magazine, July 10, 2006, wrote that "the real US policy has been ... a relentless, winner take all exploitation of Russia's post-1991 weakness.

"...it has been even more aggressive and uncompromising than was Washington's approach to Soviet Communist Russia.

"Consider ... a growing military encirclement of Russia, on and near its borders, by US and NATO bases." (The New American Cold War by Stephen F. Cohen)

2. According to Thomas Reed, a former White House official and member of the National Security Council, in 1982, President Reagan approved a CIA plan to sabotage the Soviet Union's economy.

This was done through covert transfers of technology that contained hidden malfunctions, including software that later triggered a huge explosion in a gas pipeline. (Reagan approved sabotage to wreck Soviet economy - World - www.theage.com.au)


3. A former British military official has backed a claim that the Russian nuclear submarine, the Kursk, was torpedoed by US forces in August 2000. (US 'torpedoed Kursk nuclear sub')

4. 28 March 2010 "Russia hailed a new nuclear arms treaty with the United States, but warned that U.S. missile defence plans could derail its implementation." (Russia disputes US claim on missiles )

The USA and its allies want to surround Russia, weaken Russia and control the oil in the Caspian.

5. The "Chechen conflict began at the precise moment the USA-UK began their encroachment on Caspian oil reserves during the mid-1990s." (Terrorism suspected in deadly Moscow metro blasts, death toll rises)

6. The USA does not want to see the emergence of a group of rival states which could include Russia, Iran, China, India and Brazil.

On 28 March 2010 we read that the "Russian ambassador to Tehran Alexander Sadovnikov on Sunday described Moscow-Tehran relations as 'excellent', the official IRNA news agency reported.

"Despite the West's pressure on Russia, Moscow still supports a diplomatic solution to Iran's disputed nuclear program." (Russia hails Moscow-Tehran relations as "excellent": envoy )

7. The CIA seems to be flooding Russia with Afghan heroin, causing immense problems for Russia.

"NATO and Russia clashed on 24 March over how to tackle the drug problem in Afghanistan.

"Russia is keen to pursue an aggressive eradication strategy, while Western allies fear that such an approach risks antagonizing the local population, who rely on selling poppy crops to survive, Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa) reported." (NATO rejects Russia's demand to destroy Afghan poppy fields )

Suicide bombers or agents of the security services?

If female suicide bombers were involved in the Moscow Blasts, we should remember that the CIA and its friends have a reputation for brainwashing Moslems into becoming patsies.

If any agents of the Russian secret service are involved, then we have to suspect that they are working for the CIA and its friends.

iraqwar./ provides the following timeline of major attacks on Russia, allegedly carried out by assets of the CIA and its friends

(Terrorism suspected in deadly Moscow metro blasts, death toll rises / TIMELINE MAJOR ATTACKS IN RUSSIA 1994 2009.. Updated)

Nov 2009 - A bomb caused a Russian train crash that killed dozens of people.

1994-1996 - Tens of thousands of CIA and MI6 operatives are killed in the first Chechen war.

June 1995 – Washington and London financed terrorists seize hundreds of hostages in a hospital in the southern Russian town of Budennovsk. More than 100 people are killed. All CIA operatives were liquidated during the Russian Commando, Spetsnaz raid.

Jan 1996 – CIA and MI6 trained Chechen Terrorists take hundreds hostage in a hospital at Kizlyar in Dagestan, then move them by bus to Pervomaiskoye on the Chechen border. Most bandits including many CIA operatives are killed but some hostages died

Sept 1999 – CIA and MI6 operatives detonate explosives; destroy apartment blocks in Moscow, Buynaksk and Volgodonsk. More than 200 people are killed. There is obvious connection to Chechen Bandits and their western backers in Washington and London..

Aug-Sept 1999 - Hundreds of Russian soldiers killed battling western financed Chechen Bandits in the mountains of Dagestan. The second Chechen war begins and Russia bombs the Terrorists. Tens of thousands of CIA Operatives , Bandits are killed in the war. Russia re-establishes direct rule in 2000.

Oct 23-26, 2002 - 129 hostages and 41 CIA and MI6 Operatives and Chechen Bandits are killed when Russian troops storm a Moscow theatre where rebels had taken 700 people captive three days earlier. Most of the hostages are freed.

July 5, 2003 – US /UK financed terrorist kill 15 other people when they blow themselves up at an open-air rock festival at Moscow's Tushino airfield. Sixty are injured.

Aug 1, 2003 - A US /UK financed terrorist driving a truck packed with explosives blows up a military hospital at Mozdok in North Ossetia bordering Chechnya. The blast kills at least 50.

Dec 5, 2003 - An explosion tears through a morning commuter train just outside Yessentuki station in Russia's southern fringe. Forty-six people are killed and 160 injured. CIA and MI6 are the culprits.

Dec 9, 2003 - A CIA operative detonates explosives , kills five other people near the Kremlin. At least 13 people are wounded.

Feb 6, 2004 - A CIA operative detonates explosives, kills at least 39 people and wounds more than 100 on an underground train in Moscow.

May 9, 2004 - Chechen leader Akhmad Kadyrov is killed in a bomb blast in Grozny. CIA MI6 are responsible for the blast.

June 22, 2004 – Western financed bandits seize an interior ministry building in Ingushetia, near Chechnya, and attack other points in lightning attacks. At least 92 people are killed including the acting regional interior minister, Abukar Kostoyev. All bandits were liquidated.

Aug 24, 2004 - Two Russian passenger planes are blown up almost simultaneously, killing 90 people. One Tu-134, flying to Volgograd, goes down south of Moscow. Moments later a Tu-154 bound for Sochi crashes near Rostov-on-Don. It was listed as a CIA, MI6, MOSSAD operation.

Aug 31, 2004 - A CIA operative detonates explosives in central Moscow killing 10 people and injuring 51.

Sept 1-3, 2004 - 331 hostages - half of them children - die in storming of School No.1 in Beslan, after it is seized by US/UK financed Chechen Bandits demanding Partition of Russia .

Oct 13, 2005 - Up to 100 US/UK Financed Terrorists attack key security points in Nalchik, main city of the Muslim Kabardino-Balkaria region. Twelve local residents are killed as well as 12 police. Twenty CIA pigs are killed and 12 are seized by security forces. They are in Siberia now doing their time.

Feb 10, 2006 - Seven Russian policemen and 12 CIA /MI6 operatives are killed when special forces storm houses to fight US financed bandits holed up in a village in the Stavropol region of southern Russia.

Aug 21, 2006 - A CIA operative detonates explosives, kills 10 people in a Moscow suburban market.

April 27, 2007 - A Russian helicopter is shot down by CIA operatives in Chechnya, killing 18 people.

Aug 13, 2007 - A CIA /MI6 operative detonates explosives, derails the Nevsky Express between Moscow and St Petersburg, injuring 60 people.

Aug 31, 2007 - A CIA /MI6 operative detonates explosives on a bus in the Southern Russian city of Togliatti kills eight and injures 50 during the rush hour.

June 22, 2009 - Ingush President Yunus-Bek Yevkurov is seriously injured when a A CIA /MI6 Operative detonates explosives beside his car. He later recovers and returns to work.

Aug 17, 2009 - A US /UK financed terrorist drives a truck into the gates of the main police station in Nazran, the largest city in Ingushetia, killing 20 people and wounding 138 others.

Nov 27, 2009 - CIA /MI6 Operatives detonate explosives, derail the Nevsky Express with about 700 people on board. At least 26 people are killed and 100 injured.

March 29, 2010 US sponsored terrorist attacks on the Moscow subway.

There is also a report that the CHERNOBYL catastrophe was not an accident. (blasts, death toll rises)