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Volgograd blasts follow same template as US, Syrian, Afghan attacks – Russia

30.12.2013 19:00

The suicide blasts in Volgograd signal that it’s time for international players to stop dividing terrorists into “good” and “bad” ones based on geopolitical agenda, and to unite the globe in a battle against the threat, Russia’s Foreign Ministry stated.

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Dan 06.01.2014 23:03

Commander 31.12.2013 09:15

American involvement in these bombings cannot be ruled out. Washington has been meddling in the region for years with likely support for the Chechnyan terrorists. Attempts are being made to disrupt the Olympics, instill regional division, spark separatism, and at the same time, cause Moscow to react with a military crackdown. Any harsh reaction would enable the Western Axis to demonize the Putin government.

  


I see you're still drinking the Canadian Club pretty hard. Well good for you.

 

RichardD 04.01.2014 23:25

I think that the article and ministry statement are avoiding the state sponsered irregular warfare nature of most terrorism. That it's carried out by government intelligence and military assets to advance policy objectives. NATO P3 and Saudi crime is a huge problem.

 

Ron Reagan 04.01.2014 12:18

Rojo 03.01.2014 18:47

Search for "al qaeda afghanistan cia".
Searc h for the CIA program "Operation Cyclone".

"Free world"? For who? Freedom for the capitalist monopolies to get new markets? Freedom for them to use any means to control and divide governments?

It is necessary to get to the root of the problem: the imperialist capitalist system.

  


Are you defending these attacks? Nobody deserves to die like that.

 

SourceKnown! 04.01.2014 11:08

I for one am sure those responsible will pay the price owed in full, for this crime!

 

Rojo 03.01.2014 18:47

Search for "al qaeda afghanistan cia".
Searc h for the CIA program "Operation Cyclone".

"Free world"? For who? Freedom for the capitalist monopolies to get new markets? Freedom for them to use any means to control and divide governments?

It is necessary to get to the root of the problem: the imperialist capitalist system.

 

Gerry 03.01.2014 06:21

free-world-log ic 02.01.2014 18:32



Yo u do realize Russia has been dealing with the same muslim separatists doing this since the collapse of the Soviet Union, right?

So why is it NOW that it is different and 'supported by MI6, CIA and Saudi's'?

  


It's not different, that's the point.

 

Gerry 03.01.2014 06:17

SoiCowboy 03.01.2014 03:52

Everyone agrees that these MUSLIM TERRORISTS are to blame. But then why does RT publish a piece decrying the USA as Public Enemy Number One for World Peace???

  

It's because the CIA set up al-Qaida in Afghanistan AND supports them and other terrorists in Syria now. Obvious eh!!

 

Gerry 03.01.2014 06:14

SoiCowboy 03.01.2014 03:52

Everyone agrees that these MUSLIM TERRORISTS are to blame. But then why does RT publish a piece decrying the USA as Public Enemy Number One for World Peace???

  

Could be because the CIA set up al-Qaida in Afghanistan and currently supports the terrorists fighting in Syria. Obvious eh!

 

SoiCowboy 03.01.2014 03:52

Everyone agrees that these MUSLIM TERRORISTS are to blame. But then why does RT publish a piece decrying the USA as Public Enemy Number One for World Peace???

 

sangye thubten 03.01.2014 02:21

Same teachers?

 

columbare1 03.01.2014 01:25

One country's terrorist is another country's patriot . But in war the winner gets to write the history. So the winner always comes out as the good guy and the loser as the bad .

 

Keith Longdale 02.01.2014 23:25

free-world logic you are clutching at straws. now, weak sauce. Always the folks and groups with "free/freedom&q uot; in their names that support the Imperialist war mongering and/or squeezing the poorest

 

Keith Longdale 02.01.2014 16:18

The Guardian, Thursday 5 December 2002

Russian security officials suspect that the Chechens who seized a Moscow theatre in October had wealthy Arab sponsors in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states and have sought Washington's support in finding the financiers.
Senior officials say they have traced a series of telephone calls from the gunmen to their "sponsors" in the Gulf.

During one call made to an unspecified Gulf state a financier asked for a video of scenes inside the theatre, and was told it could be made for a $1m fee. "

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