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    miketheterrible

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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

    Post  miketheterrible on Fri Jun 23, 2017 2:11 am

    ali.a.r wrote:
    AlfaT8 wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:Good. While states like Vietnam and Azerbaijan banned RFEL, it still operates in Russia.

    RFEL??

    Maybe RFE/RL? Which means Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

    yes

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    Intel Agent Reveals How NATO Planned to Tear Russia Apart

    According to secret documents obtained by a Russian intelligence service, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, NATO planned to split Russia into several smaller parts, a former secret agent told Russia's Rossiya 1 broadcaster.

    After the collapse of the USSR, NATO planned to divide Russia into small parts diminishing the state to the size of the medieval Moscow principality, a veteran of the Russian "illegal" intelligence service said during the Vesti v Subbotu ("News on Saturday") program of Russia's Rossiya 1 broadcaster.
    The program was dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Directorate S ("illegal" intelligence service) of the Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation (SVR).

    The interview was conducted by Vesti v Subbotu anchor Sergei Brilev. The voice, face and name of the former agent were changed due to security reasons.

    "Pavel Andreyevich [the agent's alias] says that the NATO documents obtained by him signaled that the dissolution of the USSR was only the first stage," Brilev noted.

    "And then [NATO planned] to create the Russian North-Volga Republic and then the Middle Volga Republic, and reduce the Russian state to the level and size of the Moscow principality," the intelligence veteran specified.

    "We have these documents, they are now in the archive of our [Russian intelligence] service," the former agent stressed.

    The idea of the partition of Russia is not new.

    In his book The Grand Chessboard published six years after the collapse of the USSR, a former US national security adviser and geostrategist, Zbigniew Brzezinski, insisted that "a more decentralized Russia would be less susceptible to imperial mobilization."

    "A loosely confederated Russia — composed of a European Russia, a Siberian Republic, and a Far Eastern Republic — would find it easier to cultivate closer economic regulations with Europe, with the new states of Central Asia, and with [East Asia], which would thereby accelerate Russia's own development," the geostrategist claimed.

    "Each of the three confederated entities would also be more able to tap local creative potential, stifled for centuries by Moscow's heavy bureaucratic hand," he added.
    Interestingly enough, before Brzezinski, the idea to sever Russia along the Ural Mountains thus dividing it into "European" and "Asian" (Siberia and the Far East) parts, was mulled over by Nazi Germany and its allies.

    In December 1941, half a year after Nazi Germany invaded the USSR, the Empire of Japan offered Adolf Hitler and Italian dictator Benito Mussolini to divide Eurasia into two spheres of interest along the 70th meridian east longitude. As observers noted, Hitler didn't plan to seize much of Soviet territory east of the Ural Mountains.

    More than a decade before the Axis powers of Germany, Italy and Japan considered the partitioning of Russia, the territory of the former Russian Empire was subjected to Allied intervention — a multinational military expedition launched during the Russian Civil War of 1918 by major European powers which backed the anti-Bolshevik White Guard.

    The United States, Canada, Japan and China took part in the intervention campaign along with European powers occupying Russia's northwestern regions, Crimea, Bessarabia, Siberia and the Far East. However, their efforts were thwarted by divided objectives, a lack of domestic support, war-weariness largely caused by World War I and the military successes of the Red Army

    As history shows, each time Russia faced severe domestic and geopolitical challenges it ran the risk of falling prey to the global power game.


    https://sputniknews.com/politics/201706241054947953-nato-russia-partitioning/

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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

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    Post  Austin on Wed Sep 13, 2017 7:47 pm

    DHS orders departments & agencies to remove Kaspersky products over 'Russian intelligence ties'

    https://www.rt.com/usa/403231-dhs-issues-directive-remove-kaspersky/

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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

    Post  GarryB on Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:02 am

    Umm... this is hardly news... Russian government departments tasked with hunting criminals and criminal activities get back doors in Software and websites in Russia.... just the same way the CIA and FBI and M15 do in the west... not really much of a story...


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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

    Post  Austin on Wed Sep 27, 2017 11:21 am

    Russian diplomats expect US to step up destabilization attempts as 2018 election nears

    Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov says his colleagues expect the US to intensify activities aimed at destabilizing Russia as the 2018 presidential election nears, in particular by increasing funding of various protests.

    “In general, we can forecast that as the presidential election gets nearer, the attempts to influence the situation in our country, to undermine stability from the inside, will not wane, but rather get stronger,” Sergey Ryabkov said at the Monday session of the Upper House commission for protection of Russian sovereignty.

    “We cannot exclude that a part of the funds allocated under the new laws will be spent for stimulating protest activities in our country,” he added.


    The foreign ministry is closely following this process, together with other executive power agencies,” the senior Russian diplomat was quoted as saying by Interfax. Ryabkov noted that it was already clear that US diplomats and specialists in Russian issues were attempting to influence the younger generation, students, and various academic circles.

    Russian senators set up the Commission for Protection of National Sovereignty in mid-June this year. The main tasks of the body to monitor attempts by other nations to influence internal Russian politics and work on proposals to counter and prevent them.

    Russian media reports that the idea to hold a dedicated session on preventing foreign interference in Russian politics was proposed after President Vladimir Putin’s meetings with the leaders of Germany and France. At the talks, Putin said that Russia has not meddled in the internal politics of other nations, but that its own internal situation remains the target of active outside interference.

    In a speech, in which she called for the creation of the new commission, Upper House Speaker Valentina Matviyenko estimated the amount of money sent to Russia from abroad each year “not for charity and not for social or medical aid, but for political activities” at between 70 and 100 billion US dollars.

    “As the presidential election approaches, it is possible that illegal protest activities will intensify, prepared by domestic opposition and foreign-based centers of influence. We have to increase control over the foreign sponsorship of the unlawful activities of destructive forces,” Matviyenko said.


    Russian Prosecutor General Yury Chaika told senators that in the five years since Russia introduced a law requiring all organizations that receive sponsorship from abroad and participate in political activities to register as foreign agents, it has been revealed that about 500 NGOs received at least some funding from outside the country.

    https://www.rt.com/politics/404538-russian-diplomats-expect-washington-to/
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    Post  Austin on Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:31 pm

    Looks like CIA has penetrated deep inside kremlin and Russian Intel

    Russia Arrests Third ‘U.S. Spy’ in Cyber Treason Case

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/russia-arrests-third-us-spy-in-cyber-treason-case
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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

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    Oh for fuck sakes this again??? Rolling Eyes

    And from such paragon of truth the CIA...
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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

    Post  GarryB on Tue Oct 17, 2017 3:02 am

    Why does Putin not order that the western media drop their investigations and witch hunts against him... he seems to be all fucking powerful so that should be easy for him to do....

    It is OK though because he is causing climate change so we will all be dead soon anyway.... Mwah hah hah hah hah!

    The same secret CIA source that said Hilary was going to win?

    The same secret CIA source that said Saddam had WMDs that were just 45 minutes from use on allied forces... yet when western forces got into a position to actually check they were all gone?

    Forget money wasted on all sorts of shit in the US they should look at how much money they spend on the CIA cause they aint worth shit.

    A fucking monkey could come up with better secret reports than this.


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    Re: Russian Intelligence Services: News & Discussion

    Post  miketheterrible on Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:34 am

    Austin wrote:Looks like CIA has penetrated deep inside kremlin and Russian Intel

    Russia Arrests Third ‘U.S. Spy’ in Cyber Treason Case

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/russia-arrests-third-us-spy-in-cyber-treason-case

    Both sides are doing this.  Military personnel has sold information to Russia for decades.  Same with CIA double agents.  Russia is no exception.  People world wide all have a price on them technically.

    Can't be as bad as the Indian general who sold Indian military secrets for bottles of Johnny Walker.

    GarryB wrote:Why does Putin not order that the western media drop their investigations and witch hunts against him... he seems to be all fucking powerful so that should be easy for him to do....

    It is OK though because he is causing climate change so we will all be dead soon anyway.... Mwah hah hah hah hah!

    The same secret CIA source that said Hilary was going to win?

    The same secret CIA source that said Saddam had WMDs that were just 45 minutes from use on allied forces... yet when western forces got into a position to actually check they were all gone?

    Forget money wasted on all sorts of shit in the US they should look at how much money they spend on the CIA cause they aint worth shit.

    A fucking monkey could come up with better secret reports than this.

    It is rather pathetic that a bunch of highly trained, highly skilled and highly paid agency is getting its ass wiped across the floor by anonymous hackers whom are more or less working for free or working for foreign agencies probably for significantly less.

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