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Finnish harbor for terrorists

For some time, Scandinavian and Baltic countries began to resemble harbors for terrorists. History this has been going on since the first Chechen campaign, when the Caucasian bandit underground found help and support in these countries. Then the leader of the Chechen separatists, Dzhokhar Dudayev, was turned into a hero of the “struggle for national liberation”, and his death caused furious attacks by the Scandinavian and Baltic democrats on Russia. Today, the memory of the first president of "Ichkeria" is perpetuated in all Baltic capitals. In Riga there is an avenue named after Dzhokhar Dudayev, in Vilnius - a square, in Estonian Tartu - a memorial plaque.

It is known that the countries of the post-Soviet Baltic states, which were quickly adopted by NATO, in their geopolitical confrontation with Russia are oriented towards Scandinavia and Poland. The most active role in the dialogue between the Baltic States and Scandinavia is played by Estonia, which has established close military-political relations with Finland and Sweden. Lithuania focuses more on Poland, but always agrees to support the union of Tallinn and Riga with Stockholm and Helsinki. Poland is also open to a military-political dialogue with the Balts and Scandinavians. It is symbolic in this respect to rename in 2005 one of the streets of Warsaw to Dzhokhar Dudayev street. As a result, a block of states formed near the north-western borders of Russia, where terrorism with North Caucasian roots, squeezed out of Russia, found a suitable refuge.

The extremist Internet resource Kavkaz Center, which was once again being talked about in connection with the terrorist attacks in Boston, once worked from the territory of Sweden, was located in Estonia and Lithuania at one time, but really became the mouthpiece of Chechen extremists since moved to Finland. Here he is looked after by a certain Mikael Sturshe, at whose activity the Finnish authorities look quite favorably. Operating from the territory of Finland, Kavkaz Center successfully plays the role of an “information window” to the outside world for the Emirate of the Caucasus, an organization classified as terrorist in Russia. Characteristically, the US authorities also included the "Emirate of the Caucasus" in the list of terrorist organizations, but do not do anything to neutralize it ...

Rare understanding has developed between the Chechen separatists and the Finnish authorities. Kavkaz Center has repeatedly attacked Russia for its demands on Helsinki to stop even indirectly supporting the propaganda of terrorism. In turn, from the lips of the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Finland Erkki Tuomioja, one can hear the reasoning that the “work of protecting democratic freedoms” knows no state borders, and the protection of human rights cannot be an internal matter of any one country. Understand that by covering the activities of Kavkaz Center, the Finnish authorities are upholding democratic freedoms and protecting human rights. A similar interpretation of rights and freedoms has already come back in Boston and not only there.

Chechen emigrants who fled from Russia, including many former militants, are used by Western countries as a tool of foreign policy. The number of Chechen diasporas in France is reached by 30 000 people, in Austria - 25 000, in Belgium - 17 000, in Germany - 12 000. Many Chechens in Norway and Finland. The Baltic states, like Poland, serve for them, as a rule, as a transit corridor to Western Europe.

In the US, Boston is considered the place of compact residence for Chechens. In 1990, Islamist cells in the United States supported the militants in Chechnya, and the local branch of the Islamist organization Al-Qifah was located directly in Boston. Later, "Alkifakhivtsi" were seen in the preparation of a number of terrorist attacks in the United States, including the World Trade Center in 1993, and most of their cells were defeated. Most, but not all. The Boston cell continued to work, assisting Islamic extremists in Bosnia and Chechnya. The FBI did not touch her.

The Chechen diaspora in Europe, in fact, is assigned the role of an information ram. It does not matter what the foreign Chechens themselves will say, but the Western media will quote only their attacks on Russia and the Russian authorities. Often, even without the knowledge of foreign Chechens themselves, Western “political makeup artists” give them the appearance of anti-Russian power, digging a deep ditch between Chechens in Russia and Chechens in the West, when all Chechens are divided into “good” who emigrated or run through the mountains and forests some in Dagestan, fighting with the federal authorities, and the "bad" who participate on an equal basis with others in the all-Russian social and political life.

Such "quiet" countries like Finland are not always visible in the shadow of the more powerful Western powers. Therefore, many are aware of the support of terrorist networks in Washington and London, but few are aware of Finland’s contribution to this matter. I wonder how long Helsinki will manage to pretend that there is nothing in common between democratic Finland and the support of international terrorism?
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  1. tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 7 May 2013 05: 38
    Hmm, they destroy themselves, and then they will ask themselves a question why their country and not another? And time goes and goes. request
    1. vadimus
      vadimus 7 May 2013 07: 32
      When their countries are built up with minarets, it will be too late to drink Borjomi ... Although, I think it's too late ....
      1. elmi
        elmi 7 May 2013 14: 41
        For some time, Scandinavian and Baltic countries began to resemble harbors for terrorists.

        It is time to treat them: economic sanctions, Finland to increase duties on timber export from Russia. The Baltic countries limit the transit of goods from Russia to Europe through their countries. To impose duties on their goods, to set Onishchenko against them.
        1. opkozak
          opkozak 7 May 2013 15: 19
          Quote: elmi
          It's time to treat them: economic sanctions

          What the Poles do for example.
          “Poland is for the Poles, so ... let's burn the Chechens!” - under this heading, Gazeta Wyborcza narrates about the incident in Zeleny Vzgorzy in Bialystok, Poland. And he explains further: again unknown bandits attacked the refugees. Early on Monday morning, April 15, 2013, someone set fire to the door of the apartment where the Chechens lived. Five adults and two children lived in the apartment. The fire threatened their lives. Not everyone in Bialystok likes strange, bearded men and women in headscarves. The neighbor notified the police by phone. By the time the patrol arrived at the scene, the fire had already been extinguished. The police drew up an act on the charred doors, door frame and damaged linoleum floor. As the outfit found out, the attacker blocked the intercom in the entrance, closed the door lock with a broken key, poured gasoline on the apartment door and set it on fire. Procedural actions in such a case should be carried out at the request of the victims, - said the press secretary of the police of the Podlaskie Voivodeship Andrzej Baranowski.

          The Chechen woman Eliza, wife of Khumid Chapanov, complained to a Polish correspondent that foreigners are not liked in Bialystok. Unknown people said to her on the street: "Poland is for the Poles, and you, gypsies, get out to your edge." The sleeping area where the Chapanovs live is quite typical for Poland with its population and young people wandering around the streets in groups.

          The Chapanovs in search of asylum moved to Poland from Belarus. In Belarus, they were born children of the weather - a daughter and a son. The youngest daughter Yasmin at the time of the accident turned one and a half years old. Chechens told a Polish journalist that until the police caught the criminal, they would be afraid for their lives.

          The incident with the Chapanov family is not the first such incident in Poland, but specifically in Bialystok. A similar thing happened in November 2012 with a Chechen who lived on a neighboring street, Sultan Dasayev and his family. The door of his apartment was set on fire at night. The handwriting of the crime is the same - a broken key in the lock. Dasayev, a veteran of two Chechen wars, was forced to leave Russia with his large family due to security concerns. Not to be killed in those wars, but to burn out at night from a match set on fire by some evil Polish chauvinist is an unenviable fate.

      2. valton
        valton 7 May 2013 21: 03
        +100. They create incurable hemorrhoids for themselves.
    2. dc120mm
      dc120mm 7 May 2013 15: 42
      Quote: tronin.maxim
      Hmm, they destroy themselves, and then they will ask themselves a question why their country and not another? And time goes and goes.

      Those who are friends with terrorists are just what they need.
  2. Ruslan67
    Ruslan67 7 May 2013 05: 40
    Dotollerastitsya and dodemokrata Chukhno white-eyed am Will end up waiting for their breivik fool
    1. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 7 May 2013 05: 48
      Quote: Ruslan67
      Will end up waiting for their breivik

      Breivik say, this is only a distracting maneuver of the state from its much more serious problems, in general a necessary tool.
  3. Canep
    Canep 7 May 2013 05: 46
    When the Chechens blow something up in Helsinki, then the Finns will probably start to think.
    1. Kaa
      Kaa 7 May 2013 13: 26
      Quote: Canep
      Then probably the Finns will start to think.
      They will not think a damn thing, they will think that this is a new sexual perversion of the Chechens, such as sadomasochism, and they are also lovers of spicy things: "Transvestism, fetishism and sadomasochism will be removed from the list of diseases in Finland due to the lack of a sufficient medical basis for their classification.
      Justification for the exclusion from the list of diseases of the above features of a person’s personality was collected and presented by human rights organizations, as well as a group of experts in the field of medicine, sexology and sociology, reports
      In Denmark, transvestites, fetishists and sadomasochists ceased to be considered sick people in 1995, in Sweden and Norway - in 2009 and in 2010, respectively. Http:// -fetis
  4. Belogor
    Belogor 7 May 2013 06: 01
    These various small mongrels have already got hold of, especially succeeded in Russophobia of the "countries" of the Baltic region. Limitrophs have never been independent, they can only bark at those whom the owner pointed to.
    1. mamba
      mamba 7 May 2013 16: 05
      Quote: Belogor
      Limitrophs have never been independent, they can only bark at those pointed to by the owner.

      More precisely, the new owner. And on the old master, they themselves will lie with great pleasure. Slave psychology and vile little souls. negative And therefore, they collect at themselves any scum that can still come in handy to spoil the former owner, but only on command from the new one.
      1. Containers
        Containers 7 May 2013 22: 43
        The USSR was never the HOST of the Union republics. Brother, friend, comrade, neighbor, but not the owner - he helped, developed, subsidized, poured, built. The current ones are really HOSTS - they have both a tail and a mane. But EUROPE is civilized. Yeah.
  5. waisson
    waisson 7 May 2013 06: 49
    now screaming from the invasion of migrants from African-Asian countries will soon scream from the Chechen diaspora which will succumb to previous migrants
    1. mamba
      mamba 7 May 2013 16: 16
      Yes, the Chechens will quickly show who is in charge. They cannot live normally and peacefully: they will certainly begin to try the strength of the locals as soon as they gather in the required quantity. The Norwegians already understood this and began to slowly evict the Chechens, whom they themselves sheltered.
  6. pribolt
    pribolt 7 May 2013 06: 51
    And the Finns always seemed to have a bad head, as did the Estonians
  7. pensioner
    pensioner 7 May 2013 07: 33
    I wonder how long Helsinki will be able to pretend that there is nothing in common between democratic Finland and support for international terrorism?

    Yes, until the chenynd explodes there. And even then most likely they recognize the right of an individual to blow up something, I guess. Tolerastia however ...
  8. washi
    washi 7 May 2013 07: 56
    Where is our Foreign Ministry, Foreign Intelligence Service, GRU? Either they take away from our children, or they support terrorists. Where is our response? Of course, we harness for a long time, but for too long
  9. NIK 163
    NIK 163 7 May 2013 08: 49
    We need to impose sanctions as amers. They should close the import of our forest and gas, they will quickly realize that they need to be friends with Russia. And the Baltic mongrel should have indicated their place for a long time, and declared a bike on their business in Russia.
  10. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 7 May 2013 08: 55
    And, what is surprising, hatred towards us has been cultivated for decades in the West, at first in the person of the USSR, now in the image of Russia. Recently, the Air Force conducted a high-speed survey of about 10000 people in different countries of Europe: they called randomly by phone and those whom they called should without hesitation, within 10 seconds to name a country that, according to the respondent, threatens them. Almost 90 percent answered -Russia. The remaining answers were distributed between the DPRK and Iran. For example, on the territory of any country, tourists commit offenses: Germans and French and Italians, etc., but only whole pages in newspapers are painted about Russian offenses. Everywhere the image of Russia is being planted and cultivated, which, if not military, then economically wants to enslave everyone. In addition, in the west, Russians mean all those who speak Russian and, even those who do not speak it, come from Central Asian states.
    1. Containers
      Containers 7 May 2013 22: 45
      Correction - it has not been cultivated for decades. For centuries.
  11. Vtel
    Vtel 7 May 2013 09: 25
    All this geography only shows the true friends of Russia.
  12. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 7 May 2013 09: 45
    In my opinion (if I am not mistaken), Peter the Great also said: "Russia has no friends, except for its army and navy ..."
    1. Navy7981
      Navy7981 7 May 2013 10: 14
      "Russia has only two allies: its army and navy!" - Alexander III
  13. Semyon Albertovich
    Semyon Albertovich 7 May 2013 09: 53
    Nutrient militants become an independent force, like the Pashtun Islamists.
  14. Ivan.
    Ivan. 7 May 2013 10: 41
    Therefore, many are aware of the support of terrorist networks by Washington and London, but few are aware of Finland's contribution to this cause. I wonder how long Helsinki will be able to pretend that there is nothing in common between democratic Finland and support for international terrorism?

    If anyone thinks that there are countries with sovereignty then they are mistaken, the European Union was created not as a single economic space but as a means of political and economic pressure and levers and mechanisms of globalization. After this monster was created, even the indigenous population began to be infringed, and not just set off against the Russians. In the world, units of countries that preserve sovereignty. Guess who is behind this.
  15. knn54
    knn54 7 May 2013 11: 06
    pribolt: But the Finns always seemed to have a bad head, like the Estonians.
    Verify the truth. This country, born of the “royal test tube”, as part of the Russian Empire had unthinkable freedoms - its own constitution, currency. They quickly forgot how they lived under the Swedes until the 19th century — even “dog-like” Finnish was banned.
    In 1905, weapons for the "revolution" were unloaded in Helsingfors. The Socialist-Revolutionaries and other terrorists felt at home ... it was in the blood of the Chukhonts, but only the Islamists are not Socialist-Revolutionaries or Social Democrats!
  16. Georgs
    Georgs 7 May 2013 11: 57
    Duc, this, people! Finnia is a country that is part of the club of territorial applicants. They demanded a fair amount of earth from us. Well, here is the reason for their dirtyness: you are not able to do something on your own, but to put a leech in the form of a Caucasian gangster scum on our side - with great pleasure. But now it’s up to them, as it will be to the giraffe, that the Caucasian anthropoids have the habit of not just biting, but grabbing on the shoulder a hand that extends their blessings to them. Amer will not understand this in any way, but it is not clear for the Chukh when it will crawl to the brain.
  17. Krasnoyarsk
    Krasnoyarsk 7 May 2013 13: 16
    That would have blamed all Chechens abroad.
  18. Goblin 28
    Goblin 28 7 May 2013 16: 04
    Quote: Krasnoyarets
    That would have blamed all Chechens abroad.

    And not only, but all the rest are "small but proud" too, and preferably forever in Europe and the USA. Then they will quickly correct their orientation there and cure them of pedophilia and bestiality. Forever and ever.
  19. APASUS
    APASUS 7 May 2013 19: 08
    Finland’s economy is 30 percent dependent on Russia and our neighbor has no political leverage to resolve possible disagreements. Any problems immediately hit the economy dramatically.
    Perhaps the Finns are trying to exchange their loyalty .......... but for what ??
  20. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 7 May 2013 22: 35
    <<< A rare mutual understanding has developed between the Chechen separatists and the Finnish authorities. Kavkaz Center has repeatedly attacked Russia for its demands on Helsinki to stop even indirectly supporting the propaganda of terrorism. >>>
    In general, it is not clear what the problem is? Even here, the Russian authorities manage to act as a poor supplicant, having the opportunity to quite democratically (as the pillars of democracy very often do) to apply such economic levers in our forest, for example, that not only the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland, but the entire Finnish leadership will immediately fly to Moscow with a willingness to "settle" the problems that have arisen! If this is not done, then again, as always, one of our influential officials IN THE TOPIC, i.e. They "feed" on timber supplies to Finland and they are not at all interested in using such levers, and they DO NOT care about terrorism and other problems! The main thing is for denyushki to drip! And so it turns out that our snickering bureaucracy, whose wives will soon appear on the lists of Forbes magazine, are looking after the interests of Russia!
  21. Nu daaaa ...
    Nu daaaa ... 8 May 2013 02: 29
    Avtor ne v kurse delami i gibnit pravdu ...

    It is known that the countries of the post-Soviet Baltic states, quickly admitted to NATO

    Estonia vostanovil samostojatelnost 1991 godu, v NATO prinjali nas v 2004 godu. Eto bystro?

    ... in Estonian Tartu - a plaque ...

    Deistvitelno postavili na stene byvshego shtaba bobardirovochnoi aviacij SSSR tablicu