August 12, 2011 — Contents


(1)  EDITORIAL:  Obama the Traitor

(2) EDITORIAL:  Another Russian Stock Market Crash

(3) EDITORIAL:  Ukraine off the Reservation

(4)  Russia was the Aggressor in Ossetia

(5)  Russians are Big Losers Under Putin

(6)  Moscow is Hell on Earth for Shoppers

(7)  A Russian Catastrophe in Carlesbad

4 responses to “August 12, 2011 — Contents

  1. Two Chechen teenagers who survived last month’s massacre on Norway’s Utoya Island said they pelted right-wing extremist Anders Breivik with stones and saved lives.

    Movsar Dzhamayev, 17, and Rustam Daudov, 16, told the Norwegian Dagbladet daily that they were reminded of the war in their native Chechnya after seeing Breivik killing three people in front of their eyes on July 22.

    “I have seen people being shot before in my country when I was small and had flashbacks,” Dzhamayev said in the interview published late last week.

    Dzhamayev and Daudov are not the only Chechens reported to have survived the camp. A third, Anzor Dzhukayev, 17, was briefly arrested after the massacre on suspicion that he was an accomplice, Norwegian media reported last week.

    A police spokesman said he was suspected of throwing away his gun and blending in because he showed no emotions, the Verdens Gang newspaper reported Friday.

    Dzhukayev, who was released the following day, explained his coolness with his childhood experiences. “When I was little, I lived in a house full of bodies. I remember seeing dogs eating them,” he was quoted in media reports as saying.

    • And here’s also a predicatbly censored version (all mention of the kids’ prior experiences removed) by Russia Today, with an additional mockery by a Russian mafioso/quisling Ramzan K.:

      “Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of Russia’s Chechen Republic, has praised the bravery of his former compatriots, who not only stood up for their own lives, but also saved others. They may be awarded the title of honorary citizens of Chechnya and given other prizes, said the Kadyrov administration on Tuesday.”

    • Meanwhile, Norway prepares to forcibly deport at least 500 Chechens into the hands of the Russian regime (including even those who were themselves already victims of torture):

  2. MOSCOW — Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Wednesday criticized the government for taking Russia backward and said that the nation needs free elections and fresh leadership.

    Gorbachev was speaking ahead of the 20th anniversary of Aug. 19, 1991, hardline coup that briefly ousted him and precipitated the collapse of the Soviet Union.

    Gorbachev criticized the United Russia party led by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, which he described as a bad copy of the Soviet Communist Party.

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