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November 17, 2015, 12:48:04 PM
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Lt. General Ion Mihai Pacepa is the highest-ranking intelligence officer ever to have defected from the former Soviet bloc.

Today’s international terrorism was conceived at the Lubyanka, the headquarters of the KGB, in the aftermath of the1967 Six-Day War in the Middle East. I witnessed its birth in my other life, as a Communist general. Israel humiliated Egypt and Syria, whose bellicose governments were being run by Soviet razvedka (Russian for “foreign intelligence”) advisers, whereupon the Kremlin decided to arm Israel’s enemy neighbors, the Palestinians, and draw them into a terrorist war against Israel.

General Aleksandr Sakharovsky, who created Communist Romania’s intelligence structure and then rose to head up all of Soviet Russia’s foreign intelligence, often lectured me: “In today’s world, when nuclear arms have made military force obsolete, terrorism should become our main weapon.” Between 1968 and 1978, when I broke with Communism, the security forces of Romania alone sent two cargo planes full of military goodies every week to Palestinian terrorists in Lebanon.

Since the fall of Communism the East German Stasi archives have revealed that, in 1983 alone, its foreign intelligence service sent $1,877,600 worth of AK-47 ammunition to Lebanon. According to Vaclav Havel, Communist Czechoslovakia shipped 1,000 tons of the odorless explosive Semtex-H (which can’t be detected by sniffer dogs) to Islamic terrorists — enough for 150 years. The terrorist war per se came into action at the end of 1968, when the KGB transformed airplane hijacking — that weapon of choice for September 11, 2001 — into an instrument of terror.

In 1969 alone there were 82 hijackings of planes worldwide, carried out by the KGB-financed PLO. In 1971, when I was visiting Sakharovsky at his Lubyanka office, he called my attention to a sea of red flags pinned onto a world map hanging on the wall. Each flag represented a captured plane. “Airplane hijacking is my own invention,” he claimed. The political “success” occasioned by hijacking Israeli airplanes prompted the KGB’s 13th Department, known in our intelligence jargon as the “Department for Wet Affairs” (wet being a euphemism for bloody), to expand into organizing “public executions” of Jews in airports, train stations, and other public places.

 In 1969 Dr. George Habash, a KGB puppet, explained: “Killing one Jew far away from the field of battle is more effective than killing a hundred Jews on the field of battle, because it attracts more attention.” ADVERTISING By the end of the 1960s, the KGB was deeply involved in mass terrorism against Jews, carried out by various Palestinian client organizations. Here are some terrorist actions for which the KGB took credit while I was still in Romania: November 1969, armed attack on the El Al office in Athens, leaving 1 dead and 14 wounded; May 30, 1972, Ben Gurion Airport attack, leaving 22 dead and 76 wounded;

December 1974, Tel Aviv movie theater bomb, leaving 2 dead and 66 wounded; March 1975, attack on a Tel Aviv hotel, leaving 25 dead and 6 wounded; May 1975, Jerusalem bomb, leaving 1 dead and 3 wounded; July 4, 1975, bomb in Zion Square, Jerusalem, leaving 15 dead and 62 wounded; April 1978, Brussels airport attack, leaving 12 wounded; May 1978, attack on an El Al plane in Paris, leaving 12 wounded. In 1971, the KGB launched operation Tayfun (Russian for “typhoon”), aimed at destabilizing Western Europe.

The Baader-Meinhof, the Red Army Faction (RAF), and other KGB-sponsored Marxist organizations unleashed a wave of anti-American terrorism that shook Western Europe. Richard Welsh, the CIA station chief in Athens, was shot to death in Greece on December 23, 1975. General Alexander Haig, commander of NATO in Brussels was injured in a bomb attack that damaged his armored Mercedes beyond repair in June 1979. General Frederick J. Kroesen, commander of U.S. forces in Europe, barely survived a rocket attack in September 1981.

Alfred Herrhausen, the pro-American chairman of Deutsche Bank, was killed during a grenade attack in November 1989. Hans Neusel, a pro-American state secretary in the West Germaninterior ministry, was wounded during an assassination attempt in July 1990. In 1972, the Kremlin decided to turn the whole Islamic world against Israel and the U.S.

As KGB chairman Yury Andropov told me, a billion adversaries could inflict far greater damage on America than could a few millions. We needed to instill a Nazi-style hatred for the Jews throughout the Islamic world, and to turn this weapon of the emotions into a terrorist bloodbath against Israel and its main supporter, the United States. No one within the American/Zionist sphere of influence should any longer feel safe.

According to Andropov, the Islamic world was a waiting petri dish in which we could nurture a virulent strain of America-hatred, grown from the bacterium of Marxist-Leninist thought. Islamic anti-Semitism ran deep. The Muslims had a taste for nationalism, jingoism, and victimology. Their illiterate, oppressed mobs could be whipped up to a fever pitch.

Terrorism and violence against Israel and her master, American Zionism, would flow naturally from the Muslims’ religious fervor, Andropov sermonized. We had only to keep repeating our themes — that the United States and Israel were “fascist, imperial-Zionist countries” bankrolled by rich Jews. Islam was obsessed with preventing the infidels’ occupation of its territory, and it would be highly receptive to our characterization of the U.S. Congress as a rapacious Zionist body aiming to turn the world into a Jewish fiefdom.

The codename of this operation was “SIG” (Sionistskiye Gosudarstva, or “Zionist Governments”), and was within my Romanian service’s “sphere of influence,” for it embraced Libya, Lebanon, and Syria. SIG was a large party/state operation. We created joint ventures to build hospitals, houses, and roads in these countries, and there we sent thousands of doctors, engineers, technicians, professors, and even dance instructors.

 All had the task of portraying the United States as an arrogant and haughty Jewish fiefdom financed by Jewish money and run by Jewish politicians, whose aim was to subordinate the entire Islamic world. In the mid 1970s, the KGB ordered my service, the DIE — along with other East European sister services — to scour the country for trusted party activists belonging to various Islamic ethnic groups, train them in disinformation and terrorist operations, and infiltrate them into the countries of our “sphere of influence.” Their task was to export a rabid, demented hatred for American Zionism by manipulating the ancestral abhorrence for Jews felt by the people in that part of the world.

Before I left Romania for good, in 1978, my DIE had dispatched around 500 such undercover agents to Islamic countries. According to a rough estimate received from Moscow, by 1978 the whole Soviet-bloc intelligence community had sent some 4,000 such agents of influence into the Islamic world. In the mid-1970s we also started showering the Islamic world with an Arabic translation of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a tsarist Russian forgery that had been used by Hitler as the foundation for his anti-Semitic philosophy.

We also disseminated a KGB-fabricated “documentary” paper in Arabic alleging that Israel and its main supporter, the United States, were Zionist countries dedicated to converting the Islamic world into a Jewish colony. We in the Soviet bloc tried to conquer minds, because we knew we could not win any military battles.

It is hard to say what exactly are the lasting effects of operation SIG. But the cumulative effect of disseminating hundreds of thousands of Protocols in the Islamic world and portraying Israel and the United States as Islam’s deadly enemies was surely not constructive. Post-Soviet Russia has been transformed in unprecedented ways, but the widely popular belief that the nefarious Soviet legacy was rooted out at the end of the Cold War the same way that Nazism was rooted out with the conclusion of World War II, is not yet correct.

 In the 1950s, when I was chief of Romania’s foreign intelligence station in West Germany, I witnessed how Hitler’s Third Reich had been demolished, its war criminals put on trial, its military and police forces disbanded, and the Nazis removed from public office. None of these things has happened in the former Soviet Union. No individual has been put on trial, although the Soviet Union’s Communist regime killed over a hundred million people.

Most Soviet institutions have been left in place, having simply been given new names, and are now run by many of the same people who guided the Communist state. In 2000, former officers of the KGB and the Soviet Red Army took over the Kremlin and Russia’s government.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/218533/russian-footprints-ion-mihai-pacepa

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November 17, 2015, 12:50:40 PM
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How Oleg Ponomar, the radical islamist supporter, has been fucked up.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1249636.msg12991948#msg12991948

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November 17, 2015, 05:40:48 PM
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^^^^ ROFLMAO.... there couldn't be a better reply than this one.

The ISIS was created by the same people, who were the masterminds behind the creation of the Taliban and Al Qaeda. From the start itself, Russia has been supporting the secular regimes in the Middle East (Syria, Libya, Iraq, Egypt.etc). It was the US and its allies (especially Qatar and Saudi Arabia) who has been supporting the Islamists.

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November 17, 2015, 05:43:10 PM
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Great!!
Blame Russia, good plan..

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November 18, 2015, 12:57:59 AM
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@Pegas islamic radicalization comes from the end of ww2. If not from before. Americans committed to protecting saudi arabia then. And help them spread their ideology in the region. Then went on to topple democratic governments and other moderate forces in the region. Iran, Afghanistan, Egypt, etc. Maybe in the hope that they could control it. Now we have to live with the consequences.

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November 18, 2015, 02:59:42 AM
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^^^^ ROFLMAO.... there couldn't be a better reply than this one.

The ISIS was created by the same people, who were the masterminds behind the creation of the Taliban and Al Qaeda. From the start itself, Russia has been supporting the secular regimes in the Middle East (Syria, Libya, Iraq, Egypt.etc). It was the US and its allies (especially Qatar and Saudi Arabia) who has been supporting the Islamists.
No shit, I can't believe I got sucked into this piece long enough not to realize what rag it was doing the 'reporting'. National Review is a neocon propaganda outfit and this is a cover story for their interventionist crap that has been fueling terrorist groups from back to when the Mujahideen were fighting the Soviets back in the late 80s. Fast forward nearly 30 years and the cycle continues but look at the result in the middle east after all of this scheming.
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November 18, 2015, 10:12:50 AM
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some information,while these positions are in concert with the views of the Muslim community back home, the Russian government has also strongly favored state sovereignty, even if exercised by dictators, over self-determination in Libya, Egypt and most pointedly in Syria, where it has described the anti-Assad rebels as lawbreakers. It is a stance that could alienate young, more fervent Muslims already suspicious of Moscow’s efforts to limit their religiosity, but it also leaves no doubt how the Kremlin will react to any hint of rebellion within its own borders.

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November 18, 2015, 01:43:33 PM
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I have read and watch a video where US citizen explain who create ISIS...

So, from the article and the TV series (Homeland) I was watched, I come to conclusion that ISIS is created directly by Central Intelligence Agency and is leaded by a former christian citizen who was born in Israel. On the other side, you can see that the weapon who use ISIS that it's belong to US and Russian army. So who is now responsible for the the war? US, Russia, Israel or all three together?

It is so obviously that all they want is to create another Crusade war where they will destroy the islamic states and there population.

This is so sad... Sad
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November 18, 2015, 06:47:48 PM
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OP newbie  Roll Eyes

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November 19, 2015, 12:55:29 AM
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@RealPhotoshoper leave the source for that. Don't try to pass it for your own post.

So who is now responsible for the the war? US, Russia, Israel or all three together?

Add turkey, saudi arabia, pakistan, kuwait, etc to the list.

It is so obviously that all they want is to create another Crusade war where they will destroy the islamic states and there population.

Helps weapons sales. So yes more war is good for everyone. Except people who have to live through it.

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Lol this is hillarious.

I think you meant to post on yahoo...

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November 19, 2015, 05:27:22 AM
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It is true. Here is Comrade Zbigniew Brzezinski, a powerful Soviet Politburo member, addressing his Mujahedeen boys in 1979. God is on your side, he assures them.

You can´t make this shit up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhFleLinwEM

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1998:

Q: And neither do you regret having supported Islamic fundamentalism, which has given arms and advice to future terrorists?

Brzezinski : What is more important in world history? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some agitated Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?

Q : “Some agitated Moslems”? But it has been said and repeated: Islamic fundamentalism represents a world menace today...

B: Nonsense! It is said that the West has a global policy in regard to Islam. That is stupid: There isn’t a global Islam. Look at Islam in a rational manner, without demagoguery or emotionalism. It is the leading religion of the world with 1.5 billion followers. But what is there in common among fundamentalist Saudi Arabia , moderate Morocco, militarist Pakistan, pro-Western Egypt, or secularist Central Asia? Nothing more than what unites the Christian countries...

http://dgibbs.faculty.arizona.edu/brzezinski_interview

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November 19, 2015, 06:06:27 AM
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^^^^ ROFLMAO.... there couldn't be a better reply than this one.

The ISIS was created by the same people, who were the masterminds behind the creation of the Taliban and Al Qaeda. From the start itself, Russia has been supporting the secular regimes in the Middle East (Syria, Libya, Iraq, Egypt.etc). It was the US and its allies (especially Qatar and Saudi Arabia) who has been supporting the Islamists.

Bet the author of OP is an american, blinded by pattriosm, talking about proganda, while the western society is the most propegaded in the world....
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November 19, 2015, 06:11:57 AM
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Bet the author of OP is an american
He's not an american, he's ukrainian.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236982.msg12454856#msg12454856

Anyway it's almost the same since modern ukraine is governed directly from Washington, DC.

blinded by pattriosm
It seems more likely that this regime whore is just doing his work here, selling his conscience for 100 hryvnias.

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1998:

Q: And neither do you regret having supported Islamic fundamentalism, which has given arms and advice to future terrorists?

Brzezinski : What is more important in world history? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some agitated Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?

Q : “Some agitated Moslems”? But it has been said and repeated: Islamic fundamentalism represents a world menace today...

B: Nonsense! It is said that the West has a global policy in regard to Islam. That is stupid: There isn’t a global Islam. Look at Islam in a rational manner, without demagoguery or emotionalism. It is the leading religion of the world with 1.5 billion followers. But what is there in common among fundamentalist Saudi Arabia , moderate Morocco, militarist Pakistan, pro-Western Egypt, or secularist Central Asia? Nothing more than what unites the Christian countries...

http://dgibbs.faculty.arizona.edu/brzezinski_interview

Three years later terrorists, most of them from Fundamentalist Saudi Arabia, inspired by a guy in a cave in Afghanistan (which incidentally served as a freedom fighter for Uncle Sam there in the eighties) carried out the 9/11 attacks. Was Saudi Arabia attacked in retaliation? Of course not! Nutcases in power here & there fawned at the feet of the princes there more than ever and still do.  It´s about the only muslim country of consequence in the region that said nutcases have refrained from destabilizing or destroying altogether.

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 It´s about the only muslim country of consequence in the region that said nutcases have refrained from destabilizing or destroying altogether.

Don't forget Bahrain too. Not that it's heard from in the news. But americans need their naval bases there. Doesn't matter if the population is oppressed, tortured or killed. As it was in the arab spring. All with saudi and american help. As long as the dictators obey the west they can do whatever they want.

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It´s about the only muslim country of consequence in the region that said nutcases have refrained from destabilizing or destroying altogether.

Don't forget Bahrain too. Not that it's heard from in the news. But americans need their naval bases there. Doesn't matter if the population is oppressed, tortured or killed. As it was in the arab spring. All with saudi and american help. As long as the dictators obey the west they can do whatever they want.

They sure can.

Now; it probably hasn´t been much in the news in the west but Syria´s Assad has in fact repeatedly warned over the last years that this dangerous western playing footsies with terrorists might boomerang on them. It has happened before so it was no big prophecy. Now those screwballs play dumb as usual.

It´s a very familiar feature; intelligence agencies know the eventual "masterminds" of these terrorist operations and are tracking them, yet somehow aren´t able to prevent the attacks. How often have you seen that play out? In this case French intelligence knew that the guy had gone to Syria but say they missed that he came back.
I mean, come on, this shit goes in one ear of people and straight out the other. It´s amazing. Of course when people are on an emotional porn binge all critical thinking goes out the window, if they´re even capable of that to begin with.

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It´s a very familiar feature; intelligence agencies know the eventual "masterminds" of these terrorist operations and are tracking them, yet somehow aren´t able to prevent the attacks. How often have you seen that play out?

Often. The recent ankara bombings come to mind for example. And after the attacks claim more surveillance powers are needed. And more restrictions on civil liberties. And that more money needs to be spent on the military to attack other countries. Or factions or minorities within the country. Could be that these are just real failures. But they are useful to people in power.

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It´s a very familiar feature; intelligence agencies know the eventual "masterminds" of these terrorist operations and are tracking them, yet somehow aren´t able to prevent the attacks. How often have you seen that play out?

Often. The recent ankara bombings come to mind for example. And after the attacks claim more surveillance powers are needed. And more restrictions on civil liberties. And that more money needs to be spent on the military to attack other countries. Or factions or minorities within the country. Could be that these are just real failures. But they are useful to people in power.

But this incompetence and intelligence failure excuse can´t be a trend and still remain a credible excuse. And it is a trend.. Has been at least from 9/11 on. You´d think that the public would soon stop buying those old excuses. Unless much of the public are dumb as door bells and have the attention span of houseflies. Which is a distinct possibility I guess.

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