As reported by the media of the KGB gang that has seized power in Russia, so-called Russian "diplomats" from the criminal Putin's gang of the Russian Foreign Ministry once again thought of the independent international Islamic news agency Kavkaz Center.
In comments to the US State Department Annual Country Reports on Terrorism 2011 published on July 31, Russian diplomats write:
"For years, the Russian side is not tired of emphasizing at various international forums and in bilateral contacts, including also with the American counterparts, that terrorist groups in the North Caucasus are the units, organically interlocking with global terrorist organizations and existing on their financial and resource support.
Active opposition to them requires the same unconditional political solidarity and cooperation that the international community demonstrates against the overall global threat of terrorism. This is particularly relevant in present circumstances, when, as rightly stated in the US report, the "Caucasus Emirate" which is supported on the Internet by its (? - KC) website "Kavkaz Center" (in the US State Department report on "terrorism", the Kavkaz Center is not mentioned anywhere - KC) becomes the main lever for the spread of radical Islamist ideology and extremism in the region".
It is to be recalled that a gang of Russian Foreign Ministry / USSR KGB has always been and is subordinated to the main Russian gang of the FSB Russia / USSR KGB.
As for the gang of the FSB itself, then starting from June 6, 2012, it it is engaged in felonious, criminal cyber-terrorism activity in the form of continuous DDoS attacks on the news agency Kavkaz Center which is officially registered in Sweden as a Sweden media outlet. At the same time, the KGB-FSB uses Internet bots from computers infested worldwide by so-called Kaspersky Anti-Virus software.
Meanwhile, a Canada-based English-language portal of the FSB defamed the Kavkaz Center.
The KGB propaganda portal Global Research.ca writes in an article published on August 2 and eloquently entitled "Third Russian-Chinese Veto Blocks the Road to World War III":
"Provocations of social and political turmoil within the Russian Federation have been exacerbated by the Kavkaz Center website, hosted and financed in Finland and Sweden, and instigated by Dokku Umarov, listed as an international terrorist on the United Nations Security Council Al-Qaeda and Taliban Sanctions Committee (pursuant to Resolution 1267)".
Among the other, more serious "provocateurs", the portal lists the US State Department, and Russian opposition leaders Nemtsov and Navalny who "destabilize the Putin government".
The KGB site blatantly uses the UN emblem as its logo, and praises "anti-terrorist fighters" Putin, Assad and Putin's bandit "ambassador" to the UN - Russian KGB-FSB thug Churkin.
Department of Monitoring