Fra propagadakrigen mod Rusland

Ifølge en artikel på Russia Today (RT), så vil EU snart vedtage “an action plan on strategic communication in support of media freedom and EU values” vendt mod Rusland. Hovedfjenden er RT:

Even Edward Lucas, the senior editor at The Economist magazine and one of RT’s fiercest critics, acknowledged its popularity was due to demand for a viewpoint different from ones offered by the Western media.

“Why do people watch RT so avidly? Because they think that the mainstream media is not telling them the truth and they are fed up with the political elite in our countries,” he said.

Men propagandakrigen mod Rusland drøner skam allerede derudad. F.eks. kan vi i dagens udgave af formiddagsavisen BT læse om hvordan Nordisk Ministerråd har lukket sine kontorer i Rusland, fordi man har fået betegnelsen “fremmed agent” af det russiske indenrigsministerium.

Aldeles ukritisk lader BT en politiker påstå, at man ikke ved, hvorfor man er registreret som fremmed agent. Den russiske lov blev ellers under stort pressehalløj i Vesten vedtaget i 2012. Og den er sådan set klar nok: NGO’ere og andre organisationer, der fortrinsvis drives for fremmede penge, skal registrere sig som fremmed agent.

Og som det fremgår af artiklen i BT, så poster Nordisk Ministerråd omkring 60 mio. skattekroner i bl.a. “projekter for mere pressefrihed” i Rusland. Det lyder jo meget smukt. Men for det første er der klar tale om, at fremmede stater blander sig i Ruslands interne forhold. Alene af den grund er betegnelsen “fremmed agent” kun rimelig.

For det andet, så kender vi jo alt til pressefrihed her i EU. Det er pressens frihed til at forfalske, fordreje og fortie historier efter forgodtbefindende. Når Vesten taler om mangel på pressefrihed i Rusland, så mener den mangel på pro-vestlige medier, der internt i Rusland kan propagandere for Bruxelles og Washingtons interesser. Altså påvirkningsagenter.

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10 svar til Fra propagadakrigen mod Rusland

  1. Morten Borup siger:

    Et medlem af den svenske modstandsbevægelse, SMR, har i en radioudsendelse udtalt, at han vil møde en russisk invasionsstyrke velkommen i sit land, hvis den skulle komme. Han regner med, at russernes anti-liberalisme i sidste ende vil komme Sverige til gode, og at et russisk protektorat vil dæmme op for indvandringen.

    Jeg er naturligvis uenig med denne svensker. Selvom Putin er det bedste bud på en anti-liberalistisk statsmand, skal man aldrig gå på kompromis med sit eget lands selvstændighed. En erobrer er stadigvæk en erobrer, selvom han kommer i fredens interesse. Bedre ville det være at lave aftaler, mens man opruster og imødeser en uundgåelig konflikt på nationale interesser. For uundgåelig er konflikten imod et baltisk-ekspansionistisk Rusland, nu da vi med NATO’s hjælp er herskere over Østersøen.

  2. Jern Henrik siger:

    Jeg er enig med dig i mangt og meget, men jeg har svært ved, at forstå, at du tager Rusland i forsvar, Putins imperialistiske fremfærd taget i betragtning.
    Den brutale fremfærd overfor russiske journalister, herunder adskillige mord, affejer du med en bemærkning om, at Vestens kritik skyldes, at medierne i Rusland ikke er propagandamaskiner for USA og EU!?
    Det er virkelig langt, langt ude…

    • Martin Kasler siger:

      Jeg har det nogenlunde med journalister som Shakespeares bifigur i Henry VI havde det med sagførere. Men det er altså ikke Putin, der render rundt og myrder dem.

      Jeg er reaktionær. Ikke anti-imperialist. Når jeg ser et reaktionært imperium rejse sig i øst, så tøver jeg ikke med at støtte det i dets kamp mod det progressive imperium her i vest. Som jeg tidligere har skrevet, så så jeg gerne, at Danmark hurtigt muligt forlod EU og blev medlem af Putins Eurasisk Økonomiske Union. Eller – måske nok mere realistisk – at EU blev integreret med EØU (og USA smidt ud af NATO.)

  3. Jern Henrik siger:

    “Men det er altså ikke Putin, der render rundt og myrder dem”. Det har du ikke skygge af belæg for at påstå. Putin affyrer selvfølgelig ikke selv pistolen, men det er næppe noget tilfælde, at de dræbte journalister har været kritikere af Putins styre.
    http://www.dr.dk/Nyheder/Udland/2015/02/28/141839.htm

    Nok er Obama farlig for verdensfreden (men han bliver kun til 2016), men NATO uden USA?? Så er der ikke meget tilbage…

    Gerne ud af EU, men en union med Rusland? Langt ude. Irans styre er også reaktionært. Skal vi også i kanen med dem?

    • Martin Kasler siger:

      Stop nu lidt. Det gælder almindeligvis, at man uskyldig til det modsatte er bevist. Du har altså bevisbyrden og den kan du ikke løfte med henvisning til konspiratoriske artikler Vestens russofobiske presse.

      USA skal netop smides ud af NATO for at svække NATO.

      Hvis vi ellers kunne få en aftale i stand med Iran omkring Israels ret til Judæa og Samaria, så ser jeg intet til hinder for en alliance med den persiske panter. Faktisk skimter jeg allerede en form for alliance mellem Rusland, Kina og Iran i horisonten, som EU før eller siden må tilnærme sig.

  4. Viking siger:

    Who Rules Russia: known politics, businessmen, journalists, actors of Russia

    Table of Contens
    (last name first)

    Oligarchs / Tycoons

    Abramovich, Roman. […]probably one of the most famous “Russian” oligarhes in the world. Jew Roman Abramovich is one of the richest (or probably the richest) thieves and criminals in Russia, close friend of Yeltsin and protector/curator of Putin[…]Duma member […] President Vladimir Putin changed the law to abolish elections for regional governors, and on 21 October 2005 Abramovich was reappointed governor for another term.” […]

    Alekperov, Vagit. an oligarch of mixed Azerbaijani (a Turkic Muslim ethnicity) – Slavic ancestry[…] eighth richest person in Russia with a net worth of $13.9B; President, and main stakeholder of the leading Russian oil company LUKOIL.

    Aven, Pyotr. Jewish oligarch banker (Alfa Bank, Alfa Group), controls Russia’s largest private bank. $5.4B as of 2013. Connected to Putin and key Putin’s administration officials since early 1990s.

    Deripaska, Oleg. Jew […] member of the Board of Directors and CEO of United Company RUSAL, the largest aluminium company in the world and a President of Enplus Group[…] Vladimir Putin with Oleg Deripaska, said to be the richest man in Russia and a member of the Kremlin elite. $8.5B as of 2013. A known buddy of Nathaniel Rotschild. Deripaska is often described as “100% Putin loyalist”, “Kremlin-friendly”, “closely connected to the Kremlin” and even “the oligarch closest to Putin”.

    Fedun, Leonid. ancestry unclear (though sometimes believed to be a Jew). Billionaire ($7.1 B), owns one of the most popular football clubs in Russia. Anti-White. Likes Jews, finances campaigns and drives against “xenophobia” and “anti-semitism” in sports (among football fans).

    Fridman, Mikhail Maratovich. Jew […] Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Alfa Group Consortium, which is now one of the Russia’s largest privately owned investment groups. In 2011, Forbes assessed his wealth as $15.1 billion, making him the 7th richest man in Russia […]On excellent terms with Kremlin, member of Putin’s Public Chamber; […]one of the founders of the Russian Jewish Congress[…]large contribution to the work of the European Jewish Fund […] developing European Jewry and promoting tolerance

    Gutseriev, Mikhail Safarbekovich . Ingush (* non-Slav, Muslim Caucasus ethnicity) entrepreneur and businessman. […]. His family clan is the richest in Russia in 2013 and recent years. […] after successful deals with Putin’s clans, all criminal cases were terminated and his family business is booming.

    Kantor, Vyacheslav Moshe. Jewish “chemicals tycoon” ($2.4B as of 2013), heads Acron, one of Russia’s (and the world’s) biggest fertilizer producers. Known as “Putin’s ally and associate” with “close links to the Kremlin”; he is the current president of the European Jewish Congress and ex-president of Russian Jewish Congress, recognized as “one of the ’50 Most Influential Jews in the World'” and a big time champion of anti-White thought-policing, repression and indoctrination, in Russia and worldwide.

    Kerimov, Suleyman Abusaidovich. an ethnic Lezgin born in Dagestan – a non-Slavic, traditionally Muslim Caucasus peoples, similar to Chechens […] a secretive Kremlin-connected Russian tycoon. […]Kerimov sometimes appears to be an extension of the Kremlin, the bankers say […] the things [he does] seem to be in tandem with the government,” said Chris Barter, former co-chief executive of Goldman Sachs’ Moscow office […] Suspiciously (*for a non-Jew) well-connected to the American/global juden-bankster oligopoly circles

    Khan, German. […] a leading member of the Russian Jewish Congress […] an active supporter of Jewish initiatives in Russia and Europe […] large contribution to the work of the European Jewish Fund […] aimed at developing European Jewry and promoting tolerance […] On excellent terms with Kremlin. […] Net Worth $10.5 B As of March 2013.

    Mamut, Alexander. Jewish oligarch and mafiozi, he has connections in the top levels of government: First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in Putin’s and Medvedev’s cabinets, Igor Shuvalov, is an ex employee of Mamut’s and they are strongly connected as associates. “He remains very close to the Kremlin and he is understood to be close to Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin”. $2.3 B As of March 2013 (official and publicly known wealth).

    Mikhelson, Leonid. Part-Jewish although he doesn’t publicly admit or identify with it. He controls Novatek – one of the most important natural gas companies in RF. $15.4 B As of March 2013. Deals and partnership with Kremlin-controlled Gazprom is a source of much of his fortune.

    Prokhorov, Mikhail Dmitrievitch . multibillionaire ($13B as of 2013) of Jewish-Russian-Osetian origin, jew by mother’s side […] politician, and owner of the American basketball team the Brooklyn Nets, and different nickel and gold producing factories in Russia. He is well known for his contempt towards workers and awful working conditions in his factories. On decent terms with Kremlin.

    Rottenberg, Arkadiy (and his brother Boris). Jewish billionaire ($3.3B as of 2013, and $1.4B for Boris Rotenberg) and one of the richest men in Russia, personal friend of Putin, his former judo training partner. The huge capital he earned through personal acquaintance with V. Putin, last years he got practically unrestricted flow of budget money.

    Shvidler, Eugene. Another Jewish billionaire ($1.3B as of 2013), natural resources tycoon, friend and partner of Abramovich. Together with Abramovich holds stakes in Evraz group – one of the biggest natural resource companies in Russia.

    Usmanov, Alisher. Muslim Asian (Uzbek) – the richest man of Russia and the United Kingdom. $17.6B as of 2013. […]For his economic crimes he was even arrest and imprisoned in the Soviet Union. Today he gets awards of Putin […] has “close links to the Kremlin” […] married Jewish Irina Viner, a top rhythmic gymnastics coach, in 1992. She is considered to be close to Putin, having introduced him to his current partner, one of her former gymnasts, Alina Kabaeva

    Vekselberg, Viktor. Jew […] the richest man of Russia 2012. $15.1B As of 2013. This oligarh of mixed Jewish-Ukrainian origin is the owner of numerous oil and metallurgy plants of Russia […]On good terms with Kremlin […]

    Lesser caliber non-Slavic (Jewish etc) tycoons and Putin’s pals benefitting from state contracts: Ziyad Manasir , Iskander Mahmudo , Muslim Ziyaudin Magomedov, Aras Agalarov, Armenian Vazgen Gevorkyan

    “State corporation oligarchs”
    People entrusted with running huge multi-billion dollar state corporations and monopolies, they are somewhere in between an “oligarch” and administration official, and easily a match in influence to a Minister or Deputy Minister.

    Chubais, Anatoly. […]Jew by mother’s side[…] was an influential member of Boris Yeltsin’s administration, insider of oligarchic mafia circles of 90s […] receives awards from Putin and Medvedev, as well as control of multi-billion dollar state corporations – RAO UES and RUSNANO.

    Kirienko, Sergey. Jew by father’s side. A prominent liberal and supporter of Putin, was Prime Minister in Yeltsin’s time. In Putin’s Russia he heads Rosatom – a huge state corporation controlling the whole nuclear complex of RF – weaponry, R&D and power utilities – described as “state within a state, a powerful and secretive dominion with an almost limitless access to government funds and no accountability to either the state or the public.”

    Officials / Kremlin administration under Putin and Medvedev

    Dvorkovich, Arkady. Jew; married to a non-Slav as well – wife is an ethnic Dagestani) […]an economist, was the Assistant to the President (* i.e. Putin) of the Russian Federation since 13 May 2008 til May 2012. In May 21, 2012 he was appointed as Deputy Prime Minister in Dmitry Medvedev’s Cabinet

    Fradkov, Mikhail Yefimovich. family of Jewish origin on his father’s side […] Russian politician and statesman who was the Prime Minister of Russia (* appointed by Putin) from March 2004 to September 2007. Fradkov has been the head of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service since 2007

    Kalanda, Vladimir. unknown asian/eurasian origin – obvious in looks, born in neighboring with China region. One of senior Putin’s officials: Office of the President of the Russian Federation, Federal Migration Service, Federal Service of the Russian Federation for control of drug trafficking. His wife is the Vice President of Rosneft, Russia’s leading extraction and refinement company and largest publicly traded oil company, owned by the Government of Russia.

    Kalina, Isaak Josephovich. [..]jew, […] From 2010 till now – Head of Education Department of Moscow government. […] In 2009-2012 – Deputy Chairman of the Commission under the President of the Russian Federation to counter attempts to falsify history to the detriment of Russia.[…]

    Kogan (Cohen), Vladimir. Jewish banker, former co-owner of Industry and Construction Bank of St. Petersburg, a statesman. A close friend of Vladimir Putin from Putin’s St. Petersburg days, also known as “Putin’s banker”. Director of the Department of Construction Ministry of Regional Development in 2008-2011, during the period from July to December 2012 – Deputy Minister of Regional Development – Head of the Federal Agency for Construction and Housing and Communal Services.

    Lavrov, Sergey Viktorovich. Russian diplomat who has been the Foreign Minister of Russia since 2004. His nomination to the Foreign Minister office was approved by two Russian presidents, in 2008 by Dmitry Medvedev and in 2012 by Vladimir Putin. Lavrov was born in Moscow to an Armenian father from Tbilisi and Russian mother from Georgia. Big anti-White and anti-WN: Is an activist in everything “anti-nazi”, “anti-racist”(= code words for anti-White) – details inside.

    Lesin, Mikhail Yuriyevich. Jew. Minister of The press, TV broadcasting and Media under Putin (1999-2004), temporary acting Minister of Culture in 2004, presidential aide and advisor under Putin and Medvedev (2004-2009), Kremlin’s “manager of mass media” and “spin doctor”. Once described as “the most influential personality of Russian television and radio”, his record includes creation of Kremlin-friendly Russia Today (RT), Putin’s election campaign propaganda and much more.

    Magomedov, Magomedsalam Magomedaliyevich. an ethnic Dargi (non Slavic, Muslim Caucasus ethnicity)[…] was the President of Dagestan […] appointment by the President of Russia […] Today he was appointed as “Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration”

    Nurgaliev, Rashid Gumirovich. tatar. 2000-2002 – deputy chief of FSB (KGB), 2002-2003 – deputy minister of home affairs (police) of Russia, 2003-2012 – minister of home affairs (police) of Russia, 2012-now – deputy chief of security council of Russia. Fighter against nationalism.

    Pavlovsky, Gleb Olegovich. [..]political scientist (he describes himself as a “political technologist”) of jewish origin […] adviser to the Presidential Administration of Russia until April, 2011 […] one of behind the scenes masterminds and image shapers of Putin

    Pollyeva, Dzhakhan Redzhepovna. ethnic from turkmenian […] an Aide to the President of Russia

    Reiman, Leonid Dododzhonovich. father was a tajik (asian muslim), mother was a German (jew?) […]former Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation, Minister of Communications and Information Technologies of the Russian Federation. Leonid Reiman has been numerously rated most influential person in Russian telecom business with personal wealth over $1 bln., according to Finance magazine.

    Sechin, Igor. strange looking – mystery meat? […] Russian official, considered a close ally of Vladimir Putin. Sechin is often described as one of Putin’s most conservative counselors and the leader of the Kremlin’s Siloviki faction, a statist lobby gathering former security services agents […] currently is Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in Vladimir Putin’s cabinet.

    Shoygu, Sergey. mixed Slav with Turkic/Mongoloid […] perennial minister of RF since Yeltsin’s times. […]Minister of Emergency Situations from 1991 to 2012 […] On November 6, 2012 he was appointed Minister of Defence of Russia. Was “at the root of” United Russia (Putin’s party) from the beginning, party co-chairman in 2001–2005 and from 2005 and on he is also in the party’s main leadership — its Supreme Council.

    Shuvalov, Igor. Nothing specific about ethnicity or parents; possibly a Slav. One of the most important officials in Putin’s and Medvedev’s cabinets. Another “oligarchs’ man” in RF government, close personal and business connections with many of Russia’s biggest oligarchs, including Kerimov, Usmanov and, most of all, the Jewish tycoon Aleksandr Mamut.

    Sobyanin, Sergey. native Asian, the Mayor of Moscow. […] was Deputy Prime Minister of Russia and former Head of the Administration of the President of Russia from 2005 to 2010

    “Surkov”, “Vladislav”. (before name change – Aslambek Andarbekovich Dudaev) – half-Chechen, friend of Muslims[…]Vladislav Surkov is widely seen as the main ideologist of the Kremlin […] contributed greatly to the electoral victory of President Vladimir Putin in 2004 […] main architect of the current Russian political system […] top aide to Vladimir Putin, First Deputy of the Chief of the Russian Presidential Administration from 1999 to 2011, Deputy Prime Minister from December 2011 to 8 May 2013

    Yusufov, Igor Hanukovich. Jewish businessman and statesman in Putin’s Russia: 2001-2004 – Minister of Energy, July 29, 2004 to April 8, 2011 – The Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for International Energy Cooperation, Ambassador-at-Large of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; currently on board of directors of huge state monopoly Gazprom – one of the largest companies in the world.

    Parliament: United Russia party, supporters of Putin, notable M.P.s

    Hinstein, Alexander. Jewish member of parliament, from the ruling party United Russia (Putin’s party); member of the Presidium of United Russia – a handful of members who are the top ruling body of the party. Influential and prolific journalist and writer in Russia, advocate of Putin’s government in media.

    Sarafaliev, Gadzhimet Kerimovich. ethnic dagestanian (non-Slavic, Muslim Caucasus ethnicity), State Duma deputy from the Putin’s party “United Russia”, head of the Committee of Nationalities in parliament […] big supporter of mass-immigration from turkic-asian ex-USSR republics as well as “tolerance” brainwashing for Whites

    Vasilyev, Vladimir Abdualievich. politician of mixed Kazakh(Asian)-Russian origin. Since November 2012 he is the chief of Putin’s party “United Russia” in the parliament.

    Slutsker, Vladimir. Jewish multi-millionaire and MP in 2002-2010, prominent member of Jewish social and religious organizations in Russia and worldwide. He and his wife (whom he divorced in 2009) are known as supporters of Putin, Medvedev and United Russia. Naturally, he worked to assist the “worker immigrants” who are “humiliated by the extremists”. Reportedly a buddy of another Jewish oligarch – Roman Abramovich.

    Zhirinovsky (Eidelstein), Vladimir. part Jew. Fake “opposition”, in reality controlled by and servile to Kremlin. Fake “nationalist”, neo-sovietist, the only kind of “nationalism” not banned in Putin’s Russia and allowed non insignificant political representation.

    Prominent TV and radio hosts

    Shevchenko, Maksim. […]one of the leading journalists and “experts” of Putin’s Russia, muslim activist, anti-White and active supporter of Putin.

    Solovyov, Vladimir Rudolfovich. pure jew […] member of Russian Jewish Congress. He is the lead in the official debates in the parliamentary and presidential elections. […] In addition he’s an active supporter for Putin personally and his party “United Russia”, Solovyov is a frequent speaker at their meeting; hugely influential Russia’s TV and radio journalist, leading pro-government TV journalist, one of the most prominent and recognizeable Russian Federation mainstream TV hosts/media personas

    Misc

    Lazar, Berel. Chief Rabbi of Russia, and chairman of the Federation of Jewish Communities […] member of the Public Chamber of Russia […] Lazar is known for his close ties to Putin’s Kremlin. […] Vladimir Putin signed an edict to honor him with the Order of Friendship. This award is being presented for the contribution made by Rabbi Lazar to developing culture and strengthening friendship between nations within Russia […] At the sixtieth anniversary commemoration of the liberation of Auschwitz at the concentration camp, Putin gave a speech. His speech was followed by Lazar awarding Putin the so-called Salvation medal as a symbol of “the Jewish people’s gratitude” to Russia for liberating the camp.

    Spiegel, Boris. Jew; MP (senator), pharmaceuticals tycoon, anti-white activist, lobbyist and originator of multiple anti-white, anti-free speech thought crime legislative projects (signed into law and lauded by Putin); according to Jewish press “an oligarch who is closely tied to the Kremlin” and “firmly in the pro-Putin camp”.

    The Civic Chamber. […] a state institution with 126 members created in 2005 in Russia to analyze draft legislation and monitor the activities of the parliament, government and other government bodies of Russia and its Federal Subjects. It has a role similar to an oversight committee and has consultative powers. […] The creation of the chamber was suggested by Vladimir Putin. Hard to find a White Slav – not Asian, Muslim or Semite – there.

    • Martin Kasler siger:

      Putin rules Russia.

    • anders sørensen siger:

      Din liste trænger vist til en opdatering. Spørgsmålet er om f.eks. Vekselberg har så stor indflydelse mere. Yusufov, Igor Hanukovich er ikke længere i Gazprom, hvad jeg kan se fra Gazproms hjemmeside. Abramovich har ikke været i Rusland længe, og skulle faktisk frygte Putin, Sechin er CEO i Rosneft. Blot et par studier af navnene på din liste.
      Hvis man finde ud af hvem der har magten i Rusland, så burde man gå anderledes til værks.
      Man kunne starte med at stille spørgsmålet. hvad skal der til, for at bestemme i et land?
      3 områder, som jeg mener er nødvendige er at kontrollere, er energi, militær og bankverden.
      De største energiselskaber i Rusland, Gazprom, RosAtom. Disse kontrolleres suverænt af staten. Langt den største del af deres indtægter går i statskassen. Deres rolle som et instrument i udenrigspolitik burde være velkendt. Tyrkiet mærke dette for øjeblikket.
      De største banker, Sberbank, VTB og Gazprombank er også kontrolleret af staten, Nationalbanken ditto.
      De største Militærindustrier, Almez-Antei, Объединённая двигателестроительная корпорация(Forenet luftfarts selskab) og Объединённая двигателестроительная корпорация(Forenet motorindustri) er ejet af staten.
      Det er altså staten der kontrollere de allervæsentligste industrier.
      Hvem bestemmer så i den russiske stat? Naturligvis kunne præsidenten og regeringen nævnes, men når alt kommer til alt, så er det sikkerhedsrådet. Den kan du finde her – http://www.scrf.gov.ru/persons/sections/5/

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    • anders sørensen siger:

      Jeg sad og tjekkede et par stykker op.
      Abramovich frygter, at Putin er efter ham
      Vekselberg som skabte sin formue i olie er ude af russisk olieindustri, sidenhen blev han direktør for en af verdens største aluminiums virksomhed, men ragede uklar med andre aktionærer og forlod stillingen. Så hans indflydelse synes minimal.
      Yusufov er ikke at finde i Gazprom længere
      Sechin, hvis eneste brøde, er at se mærkelig ud, iflg. din liste, er nu direktør for Rosneft
      Skulle oplysningerne på din liste ikke opdateres?
      De helt centrale virksomheder i Rusland – de store energigiganter Rosneft, Gazprom og RosAtom er fuldstændig under staten indflydelse. Novatek, som også nævnes, ville ikke kunne klare sig uden statslån til det store Yamal projekt.
      De største banker Sberbank, VTB og Gazprombank er under statens kontrol.
      Militær industrien er helt og aldeles eget af staten.
      Skal en klikes nævnes omkring Putin, så er det Ruslands sikkerhedsråd.

  5. Viking siger:

    Who Rules Russia: known politics, businessmen, journalists, actors of Russia
    http://www.14words. -(slet denne part)- net/2015/11/who-rules-russia-known-politics.html

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