Media and bloggers are reporting about problems in the cyber terrorism department of the KGB (FSB). Many KGB thugs believe that they had better never started the indiscriminate jamming of the Kavkaz Center by continuous DDoS-attack, because the website was not suppressed, but rather enlarged by moving also (in Russian) into social networks: Blogger and Google+.
FSB officer Kolesnikov, "Director of the Coordination Center for TLD", says on departmental Gazprom "liberal" radio Ekho Moskvy:
"Kavkaz Center. For how many years are they trying to close it down? 6 years they are closing it down (actually, it is 13 years already. The first attempt was carried out by the FSB in summer 1999 - KC). Listen, it operates, it operates. They had 50 visitors earlier, and now it's 5,000. You see, what's the matter? All that is being attempted to close down, grows like a fungus. Internet is a terrible thing, you have to be very carefully with it". (The KGB Kolesnikov KGB lies, as every KGB man always does. The monthly audience of the Kavkaz Center is up to 1.5 million visitors - KC).
A young FSB (KGB) officer, Russian "publisher" Kharitonov confirmed in an interview with the Russian Service of the American propaganda Radio RFE / RL the words of his colleague and, apparently, chief Kolesnikov:
"There is an argument Mr. Kolesnikov cites: any attempt to close something down leads to increased interest in the closed and increases its popularity. Mr. Kolesnikov gives as an example the website KavkazCenter, which so often has been being closed that now everyone knows about its existence".
Russian speaking blogger and KGB anti-Putinist Serge Maysky in his commentary dated July 20 about the jamming of the KC, in turn, complained that the Democratic media, and not Kavkaz Center, are being blocked.
"Many independent resources are blocked. The Tor is not working at all in many places, it either crashes or freezes. It is hard time to shut down the Kavkaz Center as well as Kavkaz.info".
Russia's Muslims are outraged that the KGB decides for them what they are to read:
"I had no access the website Kavkaz Center by a direct link to http://www.kavkazcenter.com/ for a long time due to Russian DDoS attacks on the KC server. Now, after a long break, I have an access to it as if nothing had happened...
Either the censors are tired or staged a break for themselves, sluggishly attacking the Tor system (The Tor system calls now the attack sporadic, which means "single, sluggish"). The Tor has registered an alternate mirror for the Kavkaz Center.
I believe that my freedom to have access to information has been violated in blatant and peremptory manner, and therefore I have every right to protest. My protest concerns for the moment the overcoming of the obstacles posed by the censors by means of distributing the illegally prohibited content which is of specific personal interest for me", write a Muslim blogger.
We would like to point out that the attacks on the KC did not stop at all. They are still going on. The KC is available because the provider was able to neutralize the DDoS attacks. It is to be recalled that the peak of the attacks, which started on June 6, fell on July 14 when their level reached 47.69 million packets per second, which is unprecedented in the history of DDoS.
Meanwhile, Russian bloggers give their assessment of massive efforts by the KGB to block the KC. Blogger Oleg Erkhonin from Kazan reminds the KGB thugs that Kavkaz Center is a serious matter f which cannot be easily solved by DDoS packets:
"We need to take into account any opinion... And the opinion of Kavkaz Center is not the opinion of a small handful of people at all - it is not so simple... It reflects inter alia the opinion of a significant force that is creating serious problems in the Caucasus, and not only there, for 20 years. If the Putinists start to block information on this website, even I, who has never visited it - will view it"
The Kavkaz Center causes for KGB thugs a professional mental illness called manic-depressive psychosis:
"The first source for texts about Krymsk for distribution among the bloggers is Kavkaz-Center. Beasts!", swears out of anger, hatred and impotence the KGB thug Georgiy Rozhko from Moscow, who listed in his profile the following interests: United Russia party, Putin, my work for the KGB.
Rozhko knows that he is not mentally healthy, and writes apologetically:
"Look at these Kavkaz Centers and other sorts... that is a bad reading for mental health. If it is impossible to close down such a site (it is impossible - KC), the access to it is to be blocked (the KGB is unable to do that - KC)... They are not illiterate on the kavkaz Center, they are very competent... (Their information) can be dangerous for the people. (The information) can be dangerous for people if it encourages people to kill the others. It is not necessary to use the word "kill" to persuade somebody to kill. For a long time, everything is done smarter. For example, by means of mental information viruses, mental coding and other tools", the "viral-coded" KGB schizophrenic Rozhko writes in a twilight state of mind.
Another schizophrenic, notorious defrocked Finnish pope Juha Molari accused the Kavkaz Center on his Finnish blog of blowing up a bus with Zionist Jews in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Bourgas. According to his "testimony", it's a "proved fact" that it was the KC who did it because it puts the word "Israel" in quotation marks and "does not mourn over poor, eternally persecuted Jews".
Molari, former Finland's correspondent of the KGB propaganda TV station Russia Today, or RT, run by gristly Russian secret police Jews, writes nothing about possible Mossad involvement in the bomb attack on the Jewish bus - the topic which was twice covered by the KC on its Russian-language site, Earlier, Molari showed his KGB delight of the KGB cyber terrorist activities writing that "by his prayers", the Kavkaz-Center is "finally, once and for all closed" by the DDoS attacks.
A week ago, Molari tempered a bit his enthusiasm and said that the Kavkaz Center had been "almost closed". Now Molari quietly reads the KC and no longer writes about the closure.
Molari also tries to persuade the viewers of his Finnish blog that he is not a sodomite. In his opinion, this is proved by the fact that he is chatting on the Internet with a "pretty woman from the United States", who told him that, as compared with America, Scandinavia was "too soft with Islamic extremists".
Department of Monitoring