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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2010, 10:12:22 AM »
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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #3 on: December 25, 2010, 10:30:41 AM »
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There's a link to it at www.drudgereport.com where you don't have to have an account.  Sneaky bastards.  Anyway, here it is:

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Khodorkovsky says Putin is ‘pitiable’

By Isabel Gorst in Moscow

Published: December 24 2010

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the jailed Russian tycoon, has lashed out at Vladimir Putin, describing his nemesis as a pitiable but dangerous leader steering his country towards degradation and chaos.

In a newspaper article published on Friday, three days before a judge begins reading the verdict in a fresh trial that could keep him in jail until 2017, Mr Khodorkovsky said the Russian prime minister was trapped in the cynical political establishment he had created, indifferent to the fate of its people.

“I suddenly realised I was sorry for this man – no longer young, but vigorous and horribly lonely in the face of a vast and unsympathetic country,” he said.

The latest trial reaches its conclusion before the expiry of an eight-year sentence handed down after a first trial for fraud and tax evasion. After his conviction in 2005, Yukos, the giant oil producer he founded, was confiscated and sold, mainly to state oil companies, to help settle alleged tax debts.

Critics say the new charges are aimed at keeping Mr Khodorkovsky, who emerged as a champion of democracy before his arrest, behind bars long after presidential elections in 2012.

Together with Platon Lebedev, his business partner, Mr Khodorkovsky is now being tried on fresh charges of embezzlement that even his critics have slammed as absurd. On Monday, a Moscow judge will begin reading out a verdict that is expected to hand the two men additional prison sentences of six years.

The publication of the stinging article comes after Mr Putin suggested during a nationwide phone-in with Russians last week that Mr Khodorkovsky could have blood on his hands after Yukos’ former security chief was convicted for murder.

Defence lawyers for Mr Khodorkovsky accused Mr Putin of putting pressure on the judge to pronounce a guilty verdict and threatened to take the case to the European Court of Human Rights.

In his article, Mr Khodorkovsky said corruption had increased tenfold since Mr Putin came to power in 2000 and disputed the prime minister’s claims to have boosted stability in Russia.

He drew a direct link between rising corruption and the outbreak of racial clashes in Russian cities this month that has exposed a dangerous surge in ultra-nationalism in the country.

“Don’t fool yourself. Thousands and thousands of suddenly brutalised youngsters are a clear signal that our children see no future for themselves. This is clearly the threatening result of Putin’s stability,” he wrote.

“They are our future, they are our grief, they are the most tragic result of the decade of ‘getting back on our feet’ when there was money in abundance but no compassion.”

Mr Khodorkovsky has said in the past he would stay out of politics after his release and dedicate his life to social and charitable projects. But on Friday he hinted of a possible return to politics. “ We will develop the country ourselves ... We can do it. We are the people after all. And it is ours. Russia.”

Mr Khodorkovsky’s second trial is seen as a litmus test of Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian president’s pledge to reform the judiciary and uproot corruption.

Speaking to television journalists on Friday, Mr Medvedev, a lawyer by training, refused to comment on the trial.

“Neither the president, nor any other official, has the right to express his or her position on this case or any other case before the verdict is passed, regardless of whether it is a guilty or an innocent verdict,” he said.

Like the saying goes, first they came after the jews...  But in reality, first they came after the criminals. 

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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #4 on: December 25, 2010, 10:45:43 AM »
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“ We will develop the country ourselves ... We can do it. We are the people after all. And it is ours. Russia.”

Communist dictators always spoke in behave of the "people" always speaking the peoples will and doing everything according to their will, including killing millions of them.

 
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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #5 on: December 25, 2010, 11:05:46 AM »
Communist dictators always spoke in behave of the "people" always speaking the peoples will and doing everything according to their will, including killing millions of them.

 
Indeed. Once the parasites complete their theft of all private wealth and property the physical annihilation of the victims begins.
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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #6 on: December 25, 2010, 03:02:29 PM »
There's a link to it at www.drudgereport.com where you don't have to have an account.  Sneaky bastards.  Anyway, here it is:

Like the saying goes, first they came after the jews...  But in reality, first they came after the criminals. 



Putin is being very careful that nobody is rounding up or even threatening jews as a group.  Jews in America and Israel hope he fails to the point of setting it up.
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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #7 on: December 31, 2010, 06:48:59 AM »
Putin is being very careful that nobody is rounding up or even threatening jews as a group.  Jews in America and Israel hope he fails to the point of setting it up.

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/12/30/the_verdict_is_in

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There is one word that comes to mind when watching the drama surrounding the Mikhail Khodorkovsky verdict and sentence today of 13.5 years in prison. Perhaps tellingly, it is a Russian word: naglost'. English simply doesn't have one word that packs into so few letters all that naglost' means: arrogance, contemptuous malice, obnoxiousness, brazenness, insolence, impudence, and sheer nerve. Google Translate suggests no fewer than 22 synonyms, none of which captures the fullness of the word as well as the Russian government has embodied it in this case.

This is an outrage.  Something must be done to stop Putin from giving super-jews treatment fit for common criminals.
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Re: The next Holohoax has already happened
« Reply #8 on: December 31, 2010, 07:07:31 AM »
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/12/30/the_verdict_is_in

This is an outrage.  Something must be done to stop Putin from giving super-jews treatment fit for common criminals.

You're right, I mean Dorky isn't a criminal, he's a dissident according to FP mag(http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/12/30/the_verdict_is_in).

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The Verdict Is In
The re-sentencing of Russia's No.1 dissident, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, wasn't unexpected, but the sheer brazenness of it is a striking and dangerous sign of bad things to come.
BY JULIA IOFFE | DECEMBER 30, 2010
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