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Dr. Udo Ulfkote. “The Twilight War. The real power of the secret services "

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It is believed that John Dimitri Negroponte is primarily a specialist in psychological warfare. It is in this capacity that he can contribute to strengthening one of the most controversial divisions of the CIA — the covert action staff (CAS) in the Operational Directorate. This department is trying to overthrow foreign governments through propaganda, political and economic manipulation, as well as military or paramilitary operations.


If you visit UAN, then it will seem to you that you are in the office of a large daily newspaper. Here are sitting the CIA employees who write articles, as well as journalists, and then transmit them to foreign media. Political campaigns are being developed in these offices, propaganda materials are being created here, from stickers on cars to posters, the purpose of which is to help pro-American candidates come to power through elections or keep them in power. Other CIA officials are developing plans to destroy the adversary’s financial systems through thoughtful investment outflows.

The CAS is the department of the CIA, the results of which work almost daily in newspapers, never mentioning, however, the reasons leading to these results, and without naming those who created these reasons.

Whether it is a “peaceful revolution” in Ukraine, Georgia, or demonstrations in Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, and Uzbekistan, very often the CAS officers are involved in this game. In the 2005 year, for example, they were preparing to influence the presidential election in Belarus 2006 of the year. Many opposition groups of Belarusians were offered assistance in the amount of up to 150 thousand dollars - if they agree to unite with other groups after the “revolution from below” and create a pro-American government. The staff of the CIA Secret Operations Headquarters have extensive experience in such matters. Many new rulers of Georgia and Ukraine received fees from them. In Belarus, according to information from circles close to the BND, experts from the American KAS have been recruiting since the end of 2004, primarily among youth associations. They set up their “mobilization campaigns”, similar to those that were so successfully conducted in Ukraine. At the same time, they were thrown by the idea that they should openly turn to pro-government newspapers with articles and statements directed against President Alexander Lukashenko.

The goal of such actions is the hope that these students will be expelled from universities for oppositional activities and can be presented as victims of Lukashenka authoritarianism, after which, as open opponents of the regime, they will be able to occupy important places in the opposition. According to information from the German Federal Intelligence Service, the Americans at the same time did use the services of NGOs (non-governmental organizations), many of which are located in prominent places by agents or employees of UAN. It was they who, for example, conducted “seminars on democracy” and trained activists in destabilization tactics.

Viktor Yushchenko’s opposition movement in Ukraine also did not spontaneously emerge. Former head of the CIA’s own security department, Charles Kane, who had extensive experience in organizing “flower revolutions”, was sent to Ukraine back in 1996 to prepare and set up opposition groups for a peaceful coup d'état. (It was this Charles Kane who, four years later, in 2000, was accused of manipulating the US presidential election, which included the disappearance of ballot boxes, in Martin County, Florida.). The main role in the events in Ukraine was played by the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations, ENEMO). ENEMO has the status of a UN NGO.

Although the Ukrainian Constitution did not provide for any monitoring of the elections by any non-governmental organizations, about a thousand ENEMO "observers" stayed in Ukraine for a long time and supported opposition groups as much as they could. OSCE monitors had nothing to do with this activity. And only ENEMO constantly reported about “election fraud”, while the OSCE knew only about one such case.

ENEMO includes 17 organizations from 16 of the countries of the former USSR and the "social camp". They are most supported by the National Democratic Institute (NDI), led by Madame Madeleine Albright, former US Secretary of State. The ENEMO secretariat is funded by the George Soros Open Society Institute. And the same thousand ENEMO observers were paid by the House of Freedom of the former CIA director James Woolsey, the National Democratic Institute Madeleine Albright and the International Republican Institute (IRI) John McCain. But secretly all this was coordinated by the CIA Secret Operations Headquarters.

The leaders of the Ukrainian youth organization “Pora” and the Committee of Ukrainian voters, totaling more than ten thousand members, received a month up to 3000 dollars paid by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The origins of this one of the successive "flower revolutions" of the CIA are rooted in the well-known Ajax operation 1953 of the year, which led to the overthrow of the regime of Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran.

Many readers will find these words about the “Orange Revolution” the usual regular conspiracy theory. Have we not all seen on television how hundreds of thousands of people in Ukraine peacefully took to the streets and caused a change of power in the country?

26 November 2004 of the year Englishman Ian Trainor in the Guardian newspaper spoke in detail about the American organizations that stood behind the activists in Kiev, who, at first glance, took to the streets of their own accord. Traynor reported that although all the Pora activists were indeed Ukrainians, their slogans, stickers, posters, and even their Internet page were still of American origin.

The whole campaign was “all American”. Traynor recalled how the American Embassy from Hungary (Budapest) in 2000 had organized a coup in Serbia by financing and supporting a youth opposition movement. And he writes that the same Serbs who overthrew Slobodan Milosevic were sent by the Americans to Ukraine. He told how professionally American “advisers” united opposition youth into groups in order to increase their energy. According to him, 14 million dollars were allocated for a coup in Ukraine. In Serbia, however, a whole 41 million was needed.

The series of “democratic revolutions” that began in 2000 in Belgrade (where President Kostunica won the election with the help of American advertising firms) was to continue in September 2006 with the removal of President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko from power. Since it was clear how important the names, colors and symbols are for such “revolutions”, the name “Cornflower Revolution” was already invented. Here the opposition was supposed to go under a blue, cornflower flag. The scenario followed a scheme successfully tested in 2000 in Yugoslavia, in 2003 in Georgia and in 2004 in Ukraine: after the presidential election, their results will be more or less legitimately declared fraudulent. Then mass protest demonstrations are held, causing attention by the media, and then the opposition "takes" power, relying on a significant part of the ruling apparatus and the elite, who will no longer see the point in defending the power of the "loser" president.

In addition to the state-run “flower revolutions”, the CAS CAS repertoire includes targeted falsifications of election results. In July 2005, an American journalist Seymour Hersh wrote an article in the New Yorker newspaper that in the first free elections in Iraq in 2005, Washington purposefully supported the then Prime Minister of the Transitional Government Ijad Alavi and his list of candidates to limit the influence of pro-Iranian Shiites in the constitutional assembly. Alavi received 30 in January 2005 of the year 14%, although according to surveys he could count only on 2-3 percent. Seymour Hersh reported that even before the election, President George W. Bush ordered the use of all CIA resources for covert support for democracy throughout the world. Although the document was sustained in general terms, but, as Hershu was told by one retired high-ranking CIA officer, everyone clearly understood that this was about Baghdad. The money for this "secret operation" in Iraq came from the "black cash" so that Congress would not know about it. The operation was entrusted to pensioners of the CIA and other former officials, formally no longer associated with the government.

The agents of the CIA secret operations headquarters usually stand under the guise of diplomatic corps officers in US embassies in the former Soviet republics. These “CIA diplomats” “lead” people in parties, unions, student organizations, trade unions, in the media, in military and government circles, as well as in the country's economic sector. Other CAS employees disguise themselves as personnel of American firms, institutions and organizations In addition, tourists, scholars and exchange students, schoolchildren and even priests are recruited and used.

Not always the Headquarters of secret operations can act in secret. In March, 1997, Serge Alexandrov was expelled from Belarus on charges of spying on the CIA. One of the Western intelligence bulletins of the time said this: “Yesterday, Serge Alexandrov, the first secretary of the US embassy in Minsk, was declared an undesirable person and expelled from the country. On Sunday, an American citizen, Belarusian in origin, was arrested along with several thousand and participants in an unauthorized anti-government demonstration in Minsk. The accusation was: espionage for American intelligence CIA. Last week alone, the executive director of the George Soros Foundation, Peter Byrne, was arrested immediately after his arrival in Minsk and after hours of arrest expelled from the country.

Berna was accused of abusing his status as a foreigner, participating in anti-government demonstrations, and thus interfering in the internal affairs of the country. ” It was, I recall, in the 1997 year. And in 2006, they were hoping for more success.

And again in the background in Belarus, Soros acted with his Open Society Institute. And again, in secret for the invisible threads, the Headquarters of the secret operations of the Central Intelligence Agency was tugging.

(Excerpt from the book, original: Udo Ulfkotte. Der Krieg im Dunkeln. Die wahre Macht der Geheimdienste, Heyne Verlag, 2008)
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  1. AVV
    AVV 21 January 2014 11: 24
    +25
    Everywhere you throw a stone, it will fall on the head of a CIA spy bribed by a politician or sold his homeland as a !!! Octopus of American influence is trying to stick its tentacles into all managerial structures of the state with the help of well-known NGOs, recruited or bought managers, and even those who came under the influence of students !!! All this is very clearly seen in Ukraine !!! Yes, the same attempt was made in Russia to influence the course of the election of the country's president !!!
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    2. LaGlobal
      LaGlobal 21 January 2014 16: 03
      +9
      Perhaps I fully adhere to your point of view!
    3. morpex
      morpex 21 January 2014 16: 19
      -6
      Quote: AVV
      Wherever you throw a stone, it will fall on your head, CIA spy

      We are accustomed to throwing at anyone we want, but not at ourselves ... How is it in the Bible? "..before you pull the splinter out of the interlocutor's eye, take it out of your log ,,,"
      I mean, before blaming someone for something, maybe you should think about your guilt?
      1. saber1357
        saber1357 21 January 2014 23: 15
        +1
        Master Yoda was wise. And the sad clown "Morpex" is probably not very ...
        1. morpex
          morpex 22 January 2014 18: 44
          0
          Quote: saber1357
          Master Yoda was wise. And the sad clown "Morpex" is probably not very ...

          What do you mean? Justify please ...
      2. prousakov
        prousakov 21 January 2014 23: 28
        +1
        Yes, perhaps, we fell for Gorbachev's "scam". They believed in changes for the better.
        And now we will surely be guilty of the fact that our children will consider - and already believe that Russia is the 15th part of the USSR.
      3. mamba
        mamba 22 January 2014 10: 57
        0
        Quote: morpex
        I mean, before blaming someone for something, maybe you should think about your guilt?

        Oh, we are to blame, to blame! If Russia, with the same pressure as the Americans, defended its interests, the World would be much better and fairer.
        1. morpex
          morpex 22 January 2014 18: 45
          0
          Quote: mamba
          Oh, we are to blame, to blame! E

          And what not? No fault at all?
      4. nov_tech.vrn
        nov_tech.vrn 22 January 2014 12: 40
        0
        I think that you either repeat other people's words, or you think not with your head, but with another body.
        1. morpex
          morpex 22 January 2014 18: 47
          0
          Quote: nov_tech.vrn
          I think that you either repeat other people's words, or you think not with your head, but with another body.

          I do not answer with insult to insult ...
    4. user
      user 22 January 2014 12: 05
      +1
      This is exactly the factor of influence that our government has ignored for the last 60 years. The last one who understood this meaning was Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin, under him there was such an organization as the Comintern. No wonder the Allies linked the opening of the Second Front to the liquidation of this organization. Then they would try to carry out a "color revolution" in the sphere of influence of the USSR.
  2. Ingvar 72
    Ingvar 72 21 January 2014 15: 51
    +10
    The passage is very interesting, they will need to be read in its entirety. There is another book on a similar topic - Confession of the economic killer. Also a strong thing.
    1. smile
      smile 21 January 2014 17: 30
      +6
      Ingvar 72
      I join your advice to familiarize yourself with the Confession of the Economic Killer.
      I especially recommend it to guys like the Marine, who above advised us to look for logs in our eyes - in fact, we ourselves should repent before everyone and stop paying attention to brazen interference in our internal affairs or in the internal affairs of our neighbors to bring hostile forces to us there.
    2. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 21 January 2014 18: 22
      +4
      Quote: Ingvar 72
      The passage is very interesting, they will need to be read in its entirety. There is another book on a similar topic - Confession of the economic killer. Also a strong thing.

      There is not only a book, there is a film, I already mentioned it before -

      Very informative material. Especially for those inclined to think easier, and in deeper thinking, see paranoid.
      1. prousakov
        prousakov 22 January 2014 00: 56
        0
        We - Navalny - "jackalit".
  3. Stiletto
    Stiletto 21 January 2014 15: 53
    +6
    The word heals and the word cripples. It is not without reason that our people are concerned with creating the Russia Today propaganda machine. This is both correct and timely. For there is no reception against scrap - if there is no other scrap.
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 21 January 2014 17: 21
      +5
      Just remember the time from the 60s to the 80s in the US-war in Vietnam, political scandals, etc. — but in society what? People don’t want to fight, hippies + drugs ...
      It was at this time that the United States suffered greatly from internal problems. And they had to spend resources on struggle against drug trafficking and the demand for them, and the people there didn’t like their country.
      And now there is a republican mood prevailing in society. Obama won the election only by supporting the poor — medical insurance for everyone.
      And even now in the states there are no films condemning American society, or even criticizing it.
      And before? In many films, political scandals and a constant call to fight "the system".
      That's when the mood in society changes, patriotism prevails, then everything will be exactly the same.
      It is gratifying that even though the beginnings of criticism of liberals began to appear in our country, and there is no longer such that people would blindly believe that the West is our friend, assistant and teacher.
      And that everything will be great, just let the market economy turn around, sell factories, newspapers, ships and everything will be gut. Thank God that our people rode into these topics.
  4. Genur
    Genur 21 January 2014 16: 01
    +12
    Unfortunately, in Belarus, very many do not understand this or do not want to understand it.
  5. Zhylaw
    Zhylaw 21 January 2014 16: 02
    +3
    Intelligence agencies must follow them one by one and eliminate them. As foreigners providing financing from abroad, as well as traitors who accept money.
  6. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 21 January 2014 16: 03
    +3
    Something is not said about Russia here. Apparently they have already introduced their people to us for the most I do not want. One Chubais is worth it. For some reason, Putin is not doing anything to end the mess in Kiev. Can't beat the pro-American lobby in the Kremlin? Where is Onishchenko's successor searching for bacteria in EU products? Where is Miller, with a statement about the need to revise gas prices for Germany upwards? Where is the urgent signing of arms supply contracts with Iran? Instead, they threw money to Yanukovych, and he will throw us with this money. Although I want to hope for the best.
    1. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 21 January 2014 18: 23
      +4
      Quote: Sergei Medvedev
      . For some reason, Putin is not doing anything to end the mess in Kiev.

      It is very difficult to help a person who himself crawls into the loop. Yanukovych is weak, you can not rely on him. Here you need a strong personality, able to make bold decisions. Putin, without calculating all the moves, will not intervene. But I think, in his offices, painstaking work is going on. He will still say his word, but for now, it’s not worth interfering, let them get mad.
      1. prousakov
        prousakov 21 January 2014 23: 35
        +1
        Russia is the host country of the Olympics, so far we can’t get into a conflict. A few days left!
        The Olympics is the country's international prestige. (Once upon a time in the USSR - this very united the country - who remembers? Now they are trying to tear us apart!)
        1. nov_tech.vrn
          nov_tech.vrn 22 January 2014 12: 49
          0
          2014 days left before the 16 Olympics
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    3. demel2
      demel2 21 January 2014 18: 40
      +1
      But isn't swamp scum an introduction? And a miserable Nemtsov at the P.ndosovsky embassy?
    4. Curculum
      Curculum 21 January 2014 21: 17
      +3
      Quote: Sergei Medvedev
      Where is Onishchenko's successor searching for bacteria in EU products?

      The Onishchenko case has not been forgotten, but is developing: "Rospotrebnadzor has scientifically proven the harm of growth hormone used in US animal husbandry."
      The Rospotrebnadzor and its research institutes carried out the scientific work "Assessment of the public health risk from the intake of ractopamine with food animal products", which showed that the use of products containing ractopamine will lead to an unacceptable level of risk of functional disorders and diseases of the cardiovascular system. will contribute to the growth of diseases such as hypertension, atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, and, accordingly, reduce the projected life expectancy of the population of the Russian Federation, "the statement says.
      "Thus, the ban on the supply and turnover of meat products produced with this growth hormone on the Russian market remains," the document says. "- http://pda.1prime.ru/0/%7B668BD886-8274-11E3- 8932-56F204245505% 7D.uif
      1. prousakov
        prousakov 21 January 2014 23: 38
        0
        Keep it up!
        (Well, the media does not cover this, because payment comes from the State Department ...)
  7. Christian
    Christian 21 January 2014 16: 04
    +7
    An excellent and illustrative example of fraternal Belarus! Not any secret hostile structures of the West are terrible for such countries as Belarus and the USSR, with truly popular power! But for countries with the dominance of the oligarchy, hostile to indigenous peoples (the Russian Federation, Ukraine, etc.) - this threatens with great destabilization (the people are negatively inclined towards the government and raising it will not be difficult).
    1. Genur
      Genur 21 January 2014 16: 24
      +5
      Really! What is only one housing and communal services worth!
      Not to mention the education system, health care, "protection" of the former MO. It seems that they are deliberately "winding up" (or cocking) the population ...
      1. PACIFIST
        PACIFIST 21 January 2014 18: 54
        +1
        Housing and communal services as if the CIA created everything secretly, you don’t understand who and where the money works; I row people and robots are zero
        1. prousakov
          prousakov 21 January 2014 23: 49
          +1
          I somehow figured it out - I pay a communal apartment for an apartment in St. Petersburg,
          there are a lot of apartments in the house,
          in the quarter - a lot of houses!
          Yes, "they" row billions a month from the quarter!
          Well, and to make repairs - they were hardly interrogated - 1,5 Tajiks of the unfortunate came ...
          And, it turns out, we have a certain "Institute of the City", which develops tariffs for a citizen for every occasion of his life ...
      2. morpex
        morpex 21 January 2014 19: 29
        +1
        Quote: Genur
        Really! What is only one housing and communal services worth!
        Not to mention the education system, health care, "protection" of the former MO. It seems that they are deliberately "winding up" (or cocking) the population ...

        Yes, just add Sochi here .... wassat
  8. morpex
    morpex 21 January 2014 16: 31
    +1
    Although the Ukrainian Constitution



    Have any of you read the changes to her? Adopted laws? What is the reason for cutting in Ukraine? Read .. Think ..
    1. Volkhov
      Volkhov 21 January 2014 23: 44
      +1
      If these changes are implemented then there will be a million prisoners ...
      Ukrainians love freedom.
  9. andrei332809
    andrei332809 21 January 2014 16: 32
    +3
    why am I not surprised? such an infobomb, but I just shrugged my shoulders, "so what?"
  10. luxing
    luxing 21 January 2014 16: 52
    +1
    Quote: Genur
    Really! What is only one housing and communal services worth!
    Not to mention the education system, health care, "protection" of the former MO. It seems that they are deliberately "winding up" (or cocking) the population ...

    Just some kind of "undermining" ...
  11. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 21 January 2014 16: 54
    +2
    Quote: Sergei Medvedev
    Something is not said about Russia here. Apparently they have already introduced their people to us for the most I do not want. One Chubais is worth

    So in Russia they have tried so well, here their agents of influence have been a dime a dozen since the time of the humpbacked and still muddied the waters am
  12. konvalval
    konvalval 21 January 2014 17: 15
    +4
    Well, what other evidence is needed that all evil comes from the United States of America? The evil empire in action.
    1. Mace
      Mace 21 January 2014 18: 10
      0
      But what about England? America is a consequence ....
      1. Barakuda
        Barakuda 21 January 2014 18: 32
        0
        British in place. The whole history of Russia was arranged by the pods, the 2nd World War didn’t count, for their own skin they were afraid of our blood. And now it continues. Berezovsky, please, Chechensk
      2. jjj
        jjj 21 January 2014 19: 22
        0
        Think correctly. All threads go exactly to Albion
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    2. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 21 January 2014 18: 54
      +1
      Quote: konvalval
      Well, what other evidence is needed that all evil comes from the United States of America? The evil empire in action.

      Here's another video I'll post about the exclusively "friendly" attitude of the Indos to us -

      If someone else thinks about the good intentions of Western politicians to us - I will advise you to think more and deeper !!!
    3. s1н7т
      s1н7т 21 January 2014 22: 10
      +1
      Quote: konvalval
      Well, what other evidence is needed that all evil comes from the United States of America?

      None, and these are already superfluous. Those who are older remember that it was an axiom: the main enemy is the United States, and the potential enemy is China.
  13. Barakuda
    Barakuda 21 January 2014 17: 31
    +4
    Quote: morpex
    Quote: AVV
    Wherever you throw a stone, it will fall on your head, CIA spy

    We are accustomed to throwing at anyone we want, but not at ourselves ... How is it in the Bible? "..before you pull the splinter out of the interlocutor's eye, take it out of your log ,,,"
    I mean, before blaming someone for something, maybe you should think about your guilt?

    And why was the person being mined? After all, he is right. Who takes bribes — we, who gives us — who brings up children — we, not Uncle Sam, choose the government — we close all eyes — we ... we can continue for a long time. And where are our vaunted intelligence agencies? Which everyone knows about everyone, but they don’t do nichrome until something happens. They blew up, killed, robbed the country .. in half a year they report - neutralized, and where were you before and what did you do?
    1. prousakov
      prousakov 22 January 2014 00: 19
      +1
      Yes, we were led to Gorbachev songs ...
  14. Salamander
    Salamander 21 January 2014 18: 24
    +1
    The article is definitely "+"! Yes, maybe the author overdid it a little, but sometimes it is clearly visible: it was not the people who planned the revolution, but the specialists, everything is too well prepared! And especially when the media processing begins before the next revolution ...
  15. My doctor
    My doctor 21 January 2014 18: 26
    +6
    Belarus was mentioned a couple of times, I add from myself in the city of Novopolotsk last year an employee of an oil refinery was arrested, where he was listed as a locksmith. Initially, they were charged with treason (such were the headlines of the media), they were accused of working for Western intelligence agencies by trying to create an agent network. Later the prosecution was going to reconsider how it ended I don’t know.
    Last year, the Catholic priest was also convicted of espionage.
    So we have no prospects, nothing shines for the enemies soldier
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 21 January 2014 18: 27
      0
      Quote: MyVrach
      Last year, the Catholic priest was also convicted of espionage.

      nuuu, you can take and burn each of these
      1. Barakuda
        Barakuda 21 January 2014 18: 53
        +1
        The papal stench is amazing! Pedophiles are not imprisoned, but only demoted, and transferred to another place of "work". And this is called faith and love for one's neighbor ... in the last resort. How many people have been killed, wars are resting. In general, the Vatican needs to be disassembled, stone by stone, and the museum of the Crusades, burning of people, European wars, etc. to arrange in his place.Let the believers know whom they bow down to.
  16. individual
    individual 21 January 2014 18: 40
    +2
    What is emphasized in the States of the former does not happen.
    All former secretaries of state find funding for their registered funds to advance Washington’s interests in the WORLD.
    Behind the scenes of the US foreign policy, they succeed as non-governmental non-governmental organizations, although everyone understands that they are all contained and financed by the US ruling elite.
    With their hands everything significant is happening that is happening in the WORLD.
    Russia's mistake in personnel decisions is the artificial creation of the opposition or simply dissatisfied left behind the country's political life.
    Live example of E.M. Primakov, wisdom and practical experience, which is used in third-party roles.
    In the best case, in Russia a "settler" was created for them in the Federation Council, where they perform the role of extras and have no right not only to influence international life, but also in the internal life of Russian society.
  17. ilya_oz
    ilya_oz 21 January 2014 19: 01
    +2
    Why aren't we able to do the same?
    1. Sergey XXX
      Sergey XXX 22 January 2014 01: 13
      +3
      I support, if everyone knows everything, then where are the measures or information about them. It’s not clear why we are shy and shy. They sat down at the table of world politics, so you should not be shy to move the chair as conveniently, after first having wiped the buttons left by the State Department from the chair and drove someone else's cat out from under your feet :-)).
  18. Barakuda
    Barakuda 21 January 2014 19: 17
    0
    Because we do not borrow as states, They print the papers that are needed at the moment, and print their private office, not providing anything. But imagine that Russia would sell at least 40% of oil and gas for gold or rubles? The dollar will collapse, like the entire world-capitalist economy. And so, there is simply nothing to pay to hard-working spies on such a scale.
  19. shelva
    shelva 21 January 2014 19: 34
    +3
    What is the use of the accusations of the special services - they are doing their job and in any political situation will not become friends with us. It would be more useful to struggle with the internal forces that make carpet paths for those on whom traps and wolf pits cry. Of course, it’s not difficult for the hungry half-educated students to rinse the brains of the CIA officers and al-Jazirs there, especially if the domestic pros in these areas are inactive at best, and at worst ..?
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 21 January 2014 20: 06
      +1
      Inactive and at worst, Until the cock pecks. They can, but they are waiting for the order-pointer. It was then that I thought for a moment about Beria, and who brought the USSR nuclear project to mind in such a short time.
  20. here and there
    here and there 21 January 2014 20: 20
    -1
    in contact the main topics in groups are how to get down from Russia well, Putin, goodbye, how much money could be given to everyone, if we didn’t have an Olympics and how many times the Olympic flame went out. so that we have brainwashed
  21. bubla5
    bubla5 21 January 2014 20: 23
    +1
    All this is garbage, if the government thinks about the people, the laws work the same for everyone, then such departments for any country are bullshit, but where the plunder of the bowels goes, the population is in railway, and there are double standards everywhere, and the loot is stored where this the office itself, then such a government should be very wary of their scenarios, I think in Kiev they will hand out weapons to the opposition
  22. shelva
    shelva 21 January 2014 20: 32
    +1
    Now it is probably useless to reckon on a totalitarian way of life as a panacea for all those troubles that are falling onto our heads from behind a mound. Modern technologies of fooling citizens have stepped forward - neurolinguistic programming - one of the most fashionable areas in modern psychology - applies to individuals and to the masses. And the days of need for free labor have passed, why the Gulag if unemployment is around?
  23. individual
    individual 21 January 2014 21: 54
    0
    Yandex writes about involvement in the Volgograd terrorist attacks of Iraqi bandits, who also threaten with chemical attacks on Russia.
    What is this?
    The day passed, but the version has neither a refutation nor confirmation, and who makes the statement?
    Information war or information leak?
  24. Ross
    Ross 21 January 2014 21: 55
    +1
    Quote: AVV
    Everywhere you throw a stone, it will fall on the head of a CIA spy bribed by a politician or sold his homeland as a !!! Octopus of American influence is trying to stick its tentacles into all managerial structures of the state with the help of well-known NGOs, recruited or bought managers, and even those who came under the influence of students !!! All this is very clearly seen in Ukraine !!! Yes, the same attempt was made in Russia to influence the course of the election of the country's president !!!

    If the Americans. The CIA is an instrument of the international elite, the United States is just an instrument. Therefore, global interest.
  25. s1н7т
    s1н7т 21 January 2014 22: 15
    +1
    Zadornov is right about the intellectual level of the Americans - it was necessary to come up with the "blue" flag of the "revolution" for Belarus! laughing So I see hundreds of thousands of "blue" revolutionaries laughing laughing laughing Kill!
  26. vo.dum
    vo.dum 21 January 2014 22: 22
    +1
    Everything that was written in this article was understandable even before that ... but repetition, as they say, is the mother of learning ... and seriously, globalization is, in my opinion, Putin’s biggest mistake — you can’t follow this global cohal — you need your own independent system -ssssr did not tolerate a bit of time ... it's a pity ... but these cannibals I just wouldn’t give up, I would definitely arrange a massacre ... so maybe for the best, we’ll defeat them from the rear ... drinks
  27. dropout
    dropout 21 January 2014 23: 51
    +2
    If you like croaking, don’t need to like cheese. If you like cheese, you don’t have to croak.

    And best of all, don't be fooled.
  28. testerson
    testerson 22 January 2014 00: 49
    +1
    I myself am from Ukraine. And everything here, of course, is very logically planned, but is it really so ...
  29. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 22 January 2014 06: 29
    +7
    It is vile when the scenario for the development of my country is written to the CIA ... And everyone knows about it, but they are silent, I mean our authorities am
  30. Barakuda
    Barakuda 22 January 2014 06: 40
    +1
    Quote: testerson
    I myself am from Ukraine. And everything here, of course, is very logically planned, but is it really so ...

    If not, then very close. Who pays for this orgy? As an athlete, I received an offer to go to Grushevsky to bash the Berkut, 100 tanks a day ... not to participate in clashes, but simply create a formidable crowd - 50. True, this "svobodovtsa" agitator was thrown out of the city very quickly.
  31. Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 22 January 2014 11: 36
    0
    Note. Leaders (leaders!) Of an anti-government organization, a ram, so to speak, receive the main hope of the CIA operation ... as much as three thousand dollars! Three!! That is, all the costs of betrayal fit thousands in 30. I don’t take into account how cheap it is to buy traitors who are ready to sell their homeland to anyone for a couple of coppers. Even more amusing me more.
    30-40-50 thousand - but such an estimate in the State Department is hardly seen since the beginning of the last century! I'm sure cleaning the two trash bins in front of the Capitol entrance costs several times more! And the money allocated to change the system in any country is not thirty thousand. And not five hundred. And not even ten million! And it’s not the first bell - they count how much "help" our NGOs have received - it is about billions. Let's take the calculation of the exit costs - from a billion, thirty or forty thousand fell into reality ...
    In short, apparently "CIA retirees and other officials unrelated to the government" perceive all this promotion of democracy as their own pension fund. That is why Klitschko, who is only one of the "oppositionists" who has been seized by yay ... oh, for business in Germany, looks at least as real as possible. The rest are only suitable for signing payment orders. Well, the fact that the money allocated for the "revolution" is sent back to pensioners and unrelated officials. For one hundredth of a percent. And this, in general, is good, otherwise Berkut would have been killed. I think this is one of the inherent properties of democracy. Steal everything that is not nailed down, because - why not steal, because it is impossible to verify? Vivat democracy! Hurray for the CIA officers ... We are going the right way, citizens, we are equal to the right people ...
  32. So_o_tozh
    So_o_tozh 22 January 2014 12: 53
    0
    In Ukraine, I believe that the SBU, intelligence and counterintelligence completely compromised itself. Or bought at the root of Russia or SyShyA. Since such a mess as ours, only ahvitsery could admit - completely without honor and conscience.
    1. dropout
      dropout 22 January 2014 14: 28
      0
      Quote: So_o_tozh
      In Ukraine, I believe that the SBU, intelligence and counterintelligence completely compromised itself. Or bought in the bud by Russia or SyShyA



      Did you forget who handed the diplomas to the graduates of the SBU Academy?
  33. Tanysh
    Tanysh 22 January 2014 15: 11
    0
    a small piece of the work of intelligence professionals, but I want to look back and see if they aim at you ...