New at Strategic Culture Foundation 26 February – 4 March 2011: Kurils/ Immigration / ‘Manageable Chaos’ / Libya / Venezuela

5 March 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

The Kuril islands: in memory of victims of Japanese barbarian policy

04.03.2011 | 20:33 | RUBTSOV Yuriy
Trying to distort the results of WW II, revenge seekers in Japan hope that people’s memory will fail them. A series of court hearings took place in Russia’s Far Eastern city of Khabarovsk between the 25th -31st of December, 1949, to try twelve members of the Japanese Kwantung Army as war criminals for manufacturing and using biological weapons in 1938-1945 in China… Half a century has passed, and having abandoned all commitments it took at the Crimea Conference and documented in a three-party deal on the Far East issues (from February 11, 1945), as well as in other landmark documents signed following the end of WW II, the US decided to support Japan in its territorial claims to Russia…

Immigration As Conquest

03.03.2011 | 08:50 | PUSTOVOITOVA Elena
These days ethnic diversity and multiculturalism just recently accepted as imperative across Western societies are perceived as a form of capitulation at the face of the immigrant onslaught…At the moment Greece, Italy, France, and the UK are frontier countries absorbing the shock carried by the first wave of conquest. Denying themselves the right to legitimate self-defense and armed with nothing but the liberal EU laws and norms, they take away the Europeans’ housing, incomes, land, and social benefits to pay the price of inaction. There is still hope that the countries will some day regain the understanding that the actual mission of normal statehood is to protect their nations’ housing, incomes, land, and social benefits…

The theory of ‘manageable chaos’ put into practice

01.03.2011 | 16:20 | SHASHKOV Sergei
…Almost everyone who has been taking part in the riots demanding leaders to step down, used to support the government before. Everyone except criminals who were lucky to flee prisons amid chaos in the streets and join the anti-government supporters…

Can the Libya fire set aflame Venezuela?

28.02.2011 | 21:58 | NIKANDROV Nil
Whatever the course of events in Libya, it is obvious that those in favour of a coup in the West’s interests will provoke bloody incidents throughout the country. The mysterious sharpshooters are due to appear quite soon… May the hasty evacuation of a number of embassies from Tripoli mean by any chance that the sharpshooters are already at their operational sites..

Libya: The Empire Strikes Back

27.02.2011 | 19:39 | BOWLES William (UK)
Pre-amble: I started writing this before events in Libya escalated, but it illustrates why it is imperative that we understand what exactly is going on in the Middle East and North Africa, especially when it comes to distinguishing between our wishes and reality. This is especially true of what is happening in Libya, where fact and invention have become blurred in the press coverage..

Libya: Is Washington Pushing for Civil War to Justify a US-NATO Military Intervention?

26.02.2011 | 19:49 | Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA
There is no question that Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi (Al-Qaddafi) is a dictator. He has been the dictator and so-called “qaid” of Libya for about 42 years… Although all three have dictatorship in common, Qaddafi’s Libya is quite different from Ben Ali’s Tunisia or Mubarak’s Egypt. The Libyan leadership is not outright subservient to the United States and the European Union…

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