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  • #61
    Originally posted by Shamil View Post
    So there is only one option left. Putin and Co are betrayers of communism who became bourgeois prostitutes
    If that, in some way being defenders of democracy and otherwise doing a good job in some aspects: yes.

    ( as Putin's KGB used to say)
    Quotes of that? Would be nice to have in my collection.

    as well as the betrayers of their motherland USSR which they swore to defend
    Not necesairly, that would make... well, very many of the leaders of Eastern European ountries traitors aswell, I belive but I am not sure that the soldier oath in the USSR was the same all over.


    and nasty time-servers on the whole
    Time what?
    “For there is nothing more serious than a lunatic when he comes to the central point of his lunacy.”

    Max Sterner

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Erkki View Post
      If that, in some way being defenders of democracy and otherwise doing a good job in some aspects: yes.
      Why should defenders of democracy have volonteered to join Soviet communist party and even volonteered to work in punative political police KGB, analogy of Gestapo?


      Not necesairly, that would make... well, very many of the leaders of Eastern European ountries traitors aswell, I belive but I am not sure that the soldier oath in the USSR was the same all over.
      The service in the Soviet army was compulsory. Joining Communist party and KGB was the matter of personal choice, desire and implied volantarily assuming responsibility to defend communism and the Soviet system. Eastern communist leaders were not traitors. They were the puppets of Moscow whose authority was maintained by the Soviet presence. As soon as the Soviets failed to support them, their regimes were overthrown by their own peoples.


      Time what?

      http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/time-server
      Last edited by Shamil; 05 Apr 09, 07:31.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Shamil View Post
        Why should defenders of democracy have volonteered to join Soviet communist party and even volonteered to work in punative political police KGB, analogy of Gestapo?
        Maybe to get privilieges? I can send you Putins biography, you might find the answers there.
        The ckeka was etablished long before Gestapo.




        The service in the Soviet army was compulsory. Joining Communist party and KGB was the matter of personal choice, desire and implied volantarily assuming responsibility to defend communism and the Soviet system. Eastern communist leaders were not traitors. They were the puppets of Moscow whose authority was maintained by the Soviet presence. As soon as the Soviets failed to support them, their regimes were overthrown by their own peoples.
        Ah you think in that way! I speak of the present leaders, no body there that was member of the CP? Everybody there ditched military service?
        And in that fashion they would still be traitors, not to the SU but to their own people.


        It is people btw.



        Ah thank you for that. Never heard that word before. But I don´t think it fits Putin, maybe some of his "lackeys".
        “For there is nothing more serious than a lunatic when he comes to the central point of his lunacy.”

        Max Sterner

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Erkki View Post
          Maybe to get privilieges? I can send you Putins biography, you might find the answers there.
          The ckeka was etablished long before Gestapo.
          Putin's biography is well-known. He is a typical bureaucratic time-server and opportunist.



          Ah you think in that way! I speak of the present leaders, no body there that was member of the CP? Everybody there ditched military service?
          And in that fashion they would still be traitors, not to the SU but to their own people.
          Actually there are very few of them among the Eastern European leaders. However, nearly all the governments of the Ex-Soviet republics are made up of fromer communist activists and bureaucratic time-servers.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Shamil View Post
            Putin's biography is well-known.
            And the title of it is? No google! Thats cheating!

            He is a typical bureaucratic time-server and opportunist.
            A leader that doesn´t adjust his rule after the times is a bad leader. I doubt that Putin is trying to
            a person whose behavior is adjusted to the pattern of the times or to please superiors
            “For there is nothing more serious than a lunatic when he comes to the central point of his lunacy.”

            Max Sterner

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Erkki View Post

              A leader that doesn´t adjust his rule after the times is a bad leader. I doubt that Putin is trying to
              You are unrealistic if you think that Putin has been a sort of independent, patriotic, honest self-made man of virtues who made his career from a bureaucrat of Saint Petersburg Mayor's Office (where he became notorious for involvement in corruption scandals) to the central government on his own under Yeltsin times.

              If you want to become a fun of some politician, choose among Swedish ones. Perhaps they don't promise to massacre anyone in toilets like Putin, but Sweden has always been much more progressive country than Russia.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by Shamil View Post
                You are unrealistic if you think that Putin has been a sort of independent, patriotic, honest self-made man of virtues who made his career from a bureaucrat of Saint Petersburg Mayor's Office (where he became notorious for involvement in corruption scandals) to the central government on his own under Yeltsin times.
                Ah you mean in that fashion. Well then he might have been a time-server.
                What scandals? I have not heard about any corruption scandals?

                If you want to become a fun of some politician, choose among Swedish ones.
                As likely as you would wear a United Russia T-shirt.


                They are all very lame, we should have somebody like Kruchev.

                "Whatever you like it our not, history is on our side. We will bury you!"

                It is not fun but fan

                Perhaps they don't promise to massacre anyone in toilets like Putin,
                That was odd, never heard anything like that. Do I dare to ask you to delibriate your thoughts?



                but Sweden has always been much more progressive country than Russia.
                You don´t know, how rotten some parts of this so called wonder land Sweden is...
                But that is a for a other thread, not sure if I should speak about it anyway. SÄPO is listening.
                Last edited by Erkki; 06 Apr 09, 11:13.
                “For there is nothing more serious than a lunatic when he comes to the central point of his lunacy.”

                Max Sterner

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by Shamil View Post
                  Why should defenders of democracy have volonteered to join Soviet communist party and even volonteered to work in punative political police KGB, analogy of Gestapo?

                  http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/time-server
                  Your characteristic of KGB is childish and hysterical. Border guards always were part of KGB, and governmental communication service; another important function was defending classified information, supervising classified records keeping in organizations; of course intelligence and counterintelligence; counteracting corruption, analytical work on different aspects of life in USSR and other countries. Curing Lera Novodvorskaya was not so important task to create special organization. Putin was not in 9th department, absolutely not daddy Mueller, he has rank of colonel only, while George Bush-elder was CIA chief, and in Russia nobody screamed about him being bloodthirsty butcher.
                  BTW, why invent word timeserver, while there exist quite accurate words careerist, opportunist, sycophant, bootlicker?
                  PS: infidel must not use name of holy man in vain
                  Last edited by Fareasterner; 04 May 09, 01:55.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by String View Post
                    Source: REUTERS


                    Ah, the ancient russian enemy, latvian female snipers, rears its ugly head again.
                    They were ugly ones? No wonder they hated men with high level of testosterone. Heard stories about them aiming in groin.
                    Georgians were not remarkable as warriors, no wonder, if they hired mercenaries. Chechens or Ossetians are much better warriors, they are men with gonads, but Chechens in that war were on Ossetian side. For Georgians is utmost stupidity to make them enemies. Or it was not them, but their trotskist president, who can flee to US any time.

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