Monday, May 30, 2011

Georgia is trying to set the Russian Northern Caucasus on fire



On the 20th of May, this year, Georgian Parliament admitted the genocide of Circassian nation, conducted by the Russian Empire in the 19th century.
Georgian deputies have unanimously voted for recognition of the genocide. It was decreed to:
“1. Admit mass extermination of Circassians (Adyghe) during the Russo-Caucasian war and their forceful expulsion from the historical motherland as an act of genocide, according to the IV Hague Convention, dated by the 18th of October 1907 ‘Regarding laws and rules of ground war’ and UN Convention, dated by the 9th of December, 1948 ‘Regarding prevention of genocide crimes and punishment for it’.
2. Admit the Circassians, who were forcefully expulsed from the country during Russo-Caucasian War and after it refugees according to UN Convention, dated by the 28th of July, 1951 ‘Regarding refugee status’”.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

WHAT IS GLOBAL FINANCIAL STABILITY FOUNDED UPON? Part I



Arrest of IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn in New-York has crumbled euro and put the financial aid programs for European countries that fetched themselves in a severe economic situation at risk. It is unknown, whether 62-year-old politician and financier is actually guilty of the things he’s accused of, but the financial consequences of his arrest are on hand. Assuming that Strauss-Kahn, known for his playboy adventures, actually did what he was charged with, that might the most costly liaison in the world. So what kind of global financial order is it, if it can be ruined by a sudden testosterone attack of an aging Frenchman?

Saturday, May 21, 2011

«DEMOCRACY» IN IRAQ



Murders of demonstrators, beatings of journalists and deportation of refugees, who are of no interest for the West
At the background of violently raging “Arab Spring”, news from Iraq has shifted to the background almost by itself. Revolutionary fervor of the Cairo Tahrir Square champions at first, and then Colonel Gaddafi have ousted Iraq from the news. Yet, it turned out that the country that was to become a showcase of democracy in the Arab world, makes a great match for its revolutionary neighbors, in fact. “Democratic” Iraqi authorities arrest journalists and attack demonstrators every bit as zealously as their counterparts from other countries.

At the background of violently raging “Arab Spring”, news from Iraq has shifted to the background almost by itself. Revolutionary fervor of the Cairo Tahrir Square champions at first, and then Colonel Gaddafi have ousted Iraq from the news. Yet, it turned out that the country that was to become a showcase of democracy in the Arab world, makes a great match for its revolutionary neighbors, in fact. “Democratic” Iraqi authorities arrest journalists and attack demonstrators every bit as zealously as their counterparts from other countries.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

UNSTABLE DICTATORSHIPS OR DICTATORSHIPS OF INSTABILITY. Part 2


What lies beyond for Yemen?
Two key foreign-policy players — the USA and Saudi Arabia — hesitate. Saleh used to be their ally in the fight against Al-Qaida, obedient to Americans and loyal to Saudis. Yet support of the antagonizing regime might come out dangerous for them. Every Yemenite is aware that President used to take money from them, which is why they afraid that opposition may try to draw equality sign between him and his foreign allies.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

CIA IS LIKE TARAS BULBA: IT GAVE LIFE TO BIN LADEN, SO IT WAS THEM TO TAKE IT AWAY FROM HIM



After ten years of unavailing hunt after a man who was proclaimed the personification of the world evil, U.S. President has announced that “justice had finally triumphed”. Crowds of joyous Americans have gathered by the White House. Terrorist No 1 has been killed. That’s right about time to think of whom he was and whom he’ll become after death.


After ten years of unavailing hunt after a man who was proclaimed the personification of the world evil, U.S. President has announced that “justice had finally triumphed”. Crowds of joyous Americans have gathered by the White House. Terrorist No 1 has been killed. That’s right about time to think about whom he was and whom he’ll become after death.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Palestinian «isle of Stability» amidst the storming sea of Arabian revolutions



For several months tensions in the Middle East have been growing with each passing day. Protests, gradually turning into a bloody manslaughter, have spread from Tunisia to Libya, having struck the territories of Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria. As for the geographic center of these events, we have Israel, Hamas in the Gaza strip and Fatah at the West Bank. Why haven’t the mass protests movement flared up in this area, although it should have been the utmost appropriate thing to expect from Palestinians?

For several months tensions in the Middle East have been growing with each passing day. Protests, gradually turning into a bloody manslaughter, have spread from Tunisia to Libya, having struck the territories of Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria. As for the geographic center of these events, we have Israel, Hamas in the Gaza strip and Fatah at the West Bank. Why haven’t the mass protests movement flared up in this area, although it should have been the utmost appropriate thing to expect from Palestinians?

Thursday, May 5, 2011

UNSTABLE DICTATORSHIPS OR A DICTATORSHIP OF INSTABILITY?


News about situation in Arabian countries keeps coming in a terrifying pace. Places where revolutions have already died out still feature the destabilizing processes. The countries where the revolutions are still ripening, however, show the signs of their inevitability. Arabian revolutions cause the distraction even among the so-called political elites — how else can we explain an attempt of Kazakhstan UNESCO representative to hijack the plane travelling from Paris to Rome and send it to Tripoli?

News about situation in Arabian countries keeps coming in a terrifying pace. Places where revolutions have already died out still feature the destabilizing processes. The countries where the revolutions are still ripening, however, show the signs of their inevitability. Arabian revolutions cause the distraction even among the so-called political elites — how else can we explain an attempt of Kazakhstan UNESCO representative to hijack the plane travelling from Paris to Rome and send it to Tripoli?