9 يوليو/تموز 2020
9 يوليو/تموز 2020
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Moscow Using ‘Operation Trust’-Style Operation Against Circassians
Staunton, June 30 – A century after Cheka founder Felix Dzerzhinsky set up Operation Trust, the first Soviet-false flag operation, to subvert, disorder and discredit the anti-Bolshevik White Russian emigration, the Chekist successor state of Vladimir Putin has launched a Trust-style operation against the Circassians.
The original trust involved setting up a Cheka-controlled organization inside Russia that purportedly was working to overthrow the Bolsheviks, wanted to cooperate with the emigration, but insisted that it and not anyone in the emigration had to control all decisions about what to do. (For a good introduction to the complex history of Dzerzhinsky’s Trust, see the 35-page report at jmw.typepad.com/files/simpkins—the-trust-security-intelligence-foundation.pdf.) Read more
Для Российской Федерации наступает исключительно кризисное время, возможно, самое тяжелое за последнее столетие. Что тому виной, можно перечислять долго, однако одно перечисление не решит проблем. Вместе с тем искать решение необходимо.
Circassians Unite to Fight Amalgamation of Adygea and Krasnodar Krai
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 17 Issue: 86
By: Paul Goble
June 16, 2020
Circassians both in their North Caucasus homeland and in the diaspora are uniting to oppose the possibility of the amalgamation of the Republic of Adygea with the surrounding Krasnodar Krai. Members of the community view such a step as an attack on their nation. Their worries were triggered both by the revival of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s campaign to unite smaller non-Russian republics with larger and predominantly ethnic-Russian-populated oblasts and krais as well as by an intemperate attack from Moscow on the very existence of republics and nations within the federation. Putin’s plan for Arkhangelsk Oblast and the Nenets Autonomous Okrug is presently on hold, until at least next year; and following Circassian protests, the attack on republics and nations has been taken down from the online portal of the newspaper that carried it. Nevertheless, Circassians continue to worry that Adygea remains in Moscow’s crosshairs and are digging in to defend it (Echo Moskvy, May 28; Zapravakbr.ru, May 29). Read more
تقرير قناة الجزيرة عن جمهورية أديغيا الشركسية