It a bit profane, but I suggest to you to put on the right soundtrack for this last Editing. It is so important that I needed of the right atmosphere. Go to the video page: Escape from New York ( I am writing even a post about). And play it loud:
Above image - the Jesuits' Order logo.
Above image - the Russian Military Intelligence (GRU) logo.
Above image - the flag of ISIS.
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"....No firsthand info on alleged Russian 'airstrike' on hospital in Syria – Red Cross top executive
Published time: 29 Oct, 2015 12:22
Red Cross personnel on the ground in Syria have not reported any 'airstrikes' allegedly delivered by Russian jets on civilian targets including hospitals, the medical charity’s top executive told RT.
Since Moscow started its air campaign in Syria on September 30, Western media have been publishing reports that Russian jets are targeting civilians.
READ MORE: RT fact checks 4 media fails on Russia’s anti-ISIS op in Syria
Last week, Russia was accused of bombing a number of hospitals in Syria, an allegation flatly denied by the Russian Defense Ministry.
Dominik Stillhart, director of operations at the International Committee of the Red Cross, which has people on the ground in Syria, told RT he is unaware of any such incidents...".
The fact is the one described in 2nd Edited 25 October 2015, with a video supporting the thesis of an intelligent bomb. It could even be the video of the bombing of bakery in Ter Maaleh [1st Edited 27 October 2015]. About Dominik Stillhart I found NO page on Wikipedia.
Even the page of ICRC is less rich of data than the related page of FB:
Page of Dominik on the ICRC official site: very poor of bio:
Dominik StillhartDirector of Operations
The German Wiki is void:
Mr Dominik Stillhart, a perfect Mr Unknown.
[Edited 29 Oct. 2015]......
What says the FB page of Dominik Stillhart...????...
Yea, it seems this guy is linked with a nest of PRO-PUTIN intellighentsia members.... Check it out another scholar, Italian one, coming from the LSE, and a warm supporter of Putin:"Studied at The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE"
Above image - Roberto Orsi, of L.S.E., another supporter of PUTIN.
Monday, December 15, 2014
"Don't demonize Putin" [a way how LSE spreads pro-Putin propaganda?] http://control-avles-blogs.blogspot.it/2014/12/dont-demonize-putin-way-how-lse-spread.html
Roberto Orsi, allegedly also Dominik Stillhart, someone indirectly, with the silence, others more bold with an open praise, but what links all these intellectual is: Praise Putin and Pass the Ammunition.
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But we have not to try at any cost to find the bio of Dominik Stillhart. The policy of pleasing Putin's Russia by ICRC is not a fact of sympathy towards the terrorist gang in the Kremlin, or a question of ideological love for Putin's terrorist Eurasian-ism, but dictated by ....fear. Pls, give a look to this article of The Guardian, of well 5 (five) years ago. It explains very well why the ICRC is today without eyes, without ears and without mouth in Syria. Because Putin's ISIS or Al Nusra could cut their eyes, their ears and their tongues as well as did in Chechnya in that far 1996......:
"...A Russian special forces officer, Major Aleksi Potyomkin, has claimed that six Red Cross (ICRC) nurses killed in Chechnya in December 1996 were murdered by his FSB unit and not, as originally believed, by Chechen insurgents.
The story is horrible in every way. The nurses, who came from Spain, Norway, Canada, New Zealand and Holland, ran a medical centre south of Grozny. It was shortly after a truce had been declared. The hospital guards, in line with ICRC policy, weren't armed and the nurses were murdered in their beds.
The FSB, Potyomkin told the Times, had seen Chechen insurgents enter the compound and went in after them. He says the killing of the nurses was a mistake and recalls the leader of the unit radioing back to say there had been a mistake: "No beardies – only foreigners." But, he admits, this may have been a ploy from on high. The FSB had a policy to leave no witnesses.
All this seems long ago and far away; more deaths in a horror story containing endless, nausea-inducing atrocities. The massacre led to the ICRC pulling out of Chechnya and most of the other aid agencies following its lead. "It has had a lasting impact," a spokesman said. That would be tragic enough for the region.
Yet this massacre's effect was felt not just in Chechnya. I remember it well, even though I was half a world away.
In December 1996, I was in eastern Congo or what was then called Zaire, in a town called Shabunda. There was a small squad of terrified Zairian troops, and an equally small group of ICRC staffers, the residents and roughly 50,000 refugees. The refugees were Hutus who had been in the Goma camps after fleeing Rwanda following the 1994 genocide. The Zairian troops were frightened because the Rwandan army were approaching.
The ICRC had set up in a mission house, by then deserted by the nuns. Using an old Dakota plane, they were feeding the refugees who had established a camp in a bend in the Ulindi river. As rumours of the Rwandan army's approach spread, the soldier's captain became ever more nervous. He was extremely keen that the head of the ICRC mission fly him and his soldiers out, something the agency couldn't do if it was to maintain its neutrality.
On Christmas Day, the tension was unbearable. The head of mission was at the town's hospital, where a group of orphans were being looked after. These children had watched the genocide – one told me of seeing bodies being thrown into Lake Kivu before he was told to shut up – and had just walked over 200 miles. Come Boxing Day, the head of the mission had decided she had to leave these children, and all the refugees to their fate.
As this decision was made, six ghosts swirled around this small group of extraordinarily brave, determined, ingenious, international aid workers. Those ghosts were their fellow ICRC workers who had just been killed in Chechnya. I have no doubt their fate affected the decision to leave. It wasn't easy in any way – the teachers who were looking after the orphans had to be lied to, as were the army and all the refugees who were helping carry food to the camp across the river. We called in the plane and ran for its door as the soldiers began to realise what was happening.......". etc etc etc.
At the webpage:
How the Chechnyan Red Cross murders affected central Africa
In December 1996, Red Cross workers in eastern Congo were forced to quit the region, and refugees were left to their fate
Thursday 25 November 2010 11.02 GMT Last modified on Tuesday 20 May 2014 05.20 BST
Yes my dears, this is Putin's Terrorism. It works well. Shut the mouth and lick the Russian boots and you will save your life. This is called - in Italy - "Mafia". And Putin's Russia can well teach the world about. Of course till the moment when the Jesuits will say "no more" and the villain archon, Putin,......
петък, 16 октомври 2015 г.
Putin, the villain archon [by C. Stilyianov]
"......Chechnya's security chief, Abu Movsayev, has accused Russian secret services of organizing the killing of the ICRC workers and of the six Russians who died the following day. The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) have denied involvement and the Russian Interior Ministry accused the Chechen leadership of being unable to protect people from "rampant banditry." Various sources indicated involvement of either Adam Deniyev or Arbi Barayev....".
"Arbi Alautdinovich Barayev (Chechen: Арби Алаутдинович Бараев; 27 May 1974 – 22 June 2001), nicknamed "The Terminator", was a renegade Chechen warlord often accused of clandestine links with the Russian special services. In 1996 he became the founder and first leader of the Special Purpose Islamic Regiment, which was regarded as one of the main hostage-taking, kidnapping, and oil-smuggling groups operating in Chechnya during the lawless interwar period that followed the 1994–1996 conflict with Russia."
"....Russia backs 'nurse killer' in Chechnya
Russia: special report
Sunday 19 March 2000 00.07 GMT
One of the Kremlin's candidates to rule Chechnya is the man the Chechen government-in-exile holds responsible for the murder of six Red Cross nurses in 1996.
Adam Deniyev, self-styled president of the Movement for Chechen Revival, is also singled out in a US State Department report last year as a suspect for the worst loss suffered by the world's oldest humanitarian organisation.
Andrei Babitsky, the Radio Liberty reporter who disappeared for a month after Russian troops handed him over to 'Chechen rebels' in a prisoner exchange widely held to be a fraud, also blames Deniyev for his imprisonment. He says Deniyev's forces detained him until international pressure forced Moscow to order his release.
The charges against Moscow's favourite Chechen - rumoured to be closely linked to the FSB, the new name for the KGB - will be an embarrassment to the Kremlin and to Tony Blair, who last week in St Petersburg defended acting President Vladimir Putin's war against what he called 'terrorism from Chechnya'.
No charges have been filed in the investigation into the atrocity, the worst in the 136 years of the Red Cross. Six nurses were found shot dead in their beds. Thierry Meyrat, head of the Red Cross delegation in Russia, described the killings as a 'professional assassination', but had no idea who was behind
One Chechen woman who worked for the Red Cross at Novye Atagi hospital, near the capital, Grozny, said: 'It never made sense to us that Chechens were responsible for these killings. They were helping our people.'
The State Department's 1998 report on human rights practices in Russia states: 'Chechen authorities named Adam Deniyev, who they said was an ethnic Chechen working as a colonel in the Russian army, as the individual who has organised the killings of the aid workers. Russia's Ministry of Interior had promised to surrender Deniyev, if his guilt could be proved.' The report added that the Chechens said they had sent to Moscow sufficient information to implicate Deniyev, but the Russians had failed to hand him over for questioning.
Deniyev, according to Chechen sources in Britain, Denmark and Georgia, is a man with an interesting past. Aged 40, he comes from the Chechen village of Avtoura in the foothills of the Black Mountains. In the 1980s he went to Baghdad. The Russians have long been friendly with the Iraqi regime, supplying men and material.
Stop for a moment. See the blog The Syrian Intifada about Fedayeen Saddam as first embryo of ISIS:
A Case Study of the Islamic State as the Saddam Regime’s Afterlife: The Fedayeen Saddam
By Kyle Orton (@KyleWOrton) on August 31, 2015
Well, the connection of FSB/GRU of Putin to the ISIS are even more evident. Let's re-take the article:
"...In the early 1990s, Deniyev was spotted by fellow Chechens in Russian uniform with the rank of colonel. He returned home, but was expelled from Avtoura, accused of being responsible for the murder of four Chechen villagers. Reportedly, he shot a rival dead, and while his family were preparing for the funeral his men attacked the house with a rocket-propelled grenade.
He returned to Iraq in 1993 and 1994,.....
My note: Yea, just the years of the birth of the embryo of today ISIS, the birth of Fedayeen Saddam (see link with Kyle Orton article above).
......and then was based in Moscow, where he established a warehouse business. He is accompanied by armed Chechen bodyguards when he moves around Moscow, according to the Chechen sources.
Deniyev is not accused of carrying out the Red Cross murders personally, but ordering his pro-Moscow Chechen subordinates to do so.
Acting President Vladimir Putin has reacted to The Observer 's story last week, detailing suspicions that the FSB bombed Moscow last autumn to trigger public support for the Chechen war. He dismissed the allegations as 'delirious nonsense'.". [end of article]
See editing 1st Edited 25 October 2015
Above image - Roman Catholic Tony Blair with his mastermind, Pope Benedict XVI.
Above image - an excerpt from the above quoted article "Russia backs 'nurse killer' in Chechnya"
"....Tony Blair makes qualified apology for Iraq war ahead of Chilcot report
Former British PM admits ‘mistakes’ and conflict’s role in rise of Islamic State but defends armed intervention in 2003
The moment Tony Blair apologises for Iraq war mistakes. Photograph: Brendan Mcdermid/Reuters
Nicholas Watt Chief political correspondent
Sunday 25 October 2015 10.57 GMT
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The "Edited" references are in the following post:
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Syria: Russian Defence Ministry confirm military drills with Israel [RussIsrael preparing the final Genocide of Sunni?]
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Italian Catholic Corporations helped Putin to strenghten his dictatorship over Russia.