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KATYN 2. Russian 'blogger' turns to be a special KGB department. It threatens Kavkaz Center with death

Publication time: 10 February 2013, 13:06

According to bloggers of the Russian section of Internet, blogger "Anton Sizykh from Barnaul" turned out to be not a private person, but by a whole special department of the Russian KGB which aims to shift the entire responsibility for the Russian terrorist attack 4/10 entirely on the pro-Russian government of Donald Tusk.
 
On February 9, "Anton Sizykh" wrote on his account in social network http://www.live.journal.com/ as"gorojanin_iz_b" in response to reprints by Kavkaz Center its own Russian translation of the articles the Polish press:
 

- I appeal to the citizens who flood my account with misinformation from intelligence services of the Poland and other countries, distributed through the "Kavkaz Center". I do not wish to discuss with you, because there is nothing to discuss. Good luck. Look after you carefully".
 
In Russia, the words "look after you" mean a threat to kill.
 

This post with threats was first published on LJ "gorojanin_iz_b" under the nickname "rodom_iz_tiflis", then, an hour later, the nickname it was changed to the official nickname of "Anton Sizykh", "gorojanin_iz_b". Thus "gorojanin_iz_b" and "rodom_iz_tiflis" seem to belong to the same group.
 
LJ account holders sometimes appear under different nicknames. But "gorojanin_iz_b" and "rodom_iz_tiflis" are completely different people in style and vocabulary.
 

Absolutely nothing is known about "Rodom_iz_tiflis", as well as about "Anton Sizykh". A few months ago, due to suspicious behavior of "Rodom_iz_tiflis", other users users in LJ "gorojanin_iz_b" asked him who he was, He answered that he was "born in Tiflis, and the rest sees as not relevant to be disclosed".
 
"Rodom_iz_tiflis" is (or seems to be ) a "serious researcher" of the Smolensk disaster with a cultural academic language. In particular, he made a list of the Poles, involved in this or other way in the Smolensk crash, who died or committed suicide under suspicious circumstances in Poland, with no reason at all.
 

Contrary to that, "Gorojanin_iz_b", the official nickname "Anton Sizykh from Barnaul", is a somewhat messy, rough fanatic, who preached the "theory of maskirovka, or disguise", and constantly hints and inserts into the mind of the readers of his LJ account that 96 members of the Polish elite, headed by Polish president Lech Kaczynski, were abducted and killed on April 8, after intensive tortures by the pro-Russian government of Donald Tusk, and on April 10, their dead bodies were brought to and thrown near Smolensk.
 

Independent analysts note that if "Anton Sizykh" was the one whom he claims to be, that is, a private researcher of the Smolensk disaster based the theory of "maskirovka", then he would only welcome the publications by the Kavkaz Center of the translations of rom the Polish press, which he could largely use to confirm his theory of "maskirovka" (because these publications refute the official lie).
 

These articles by the Polish press are completely ignored by all Russian media.

 

It is worth mentioning that on September 23, 2012, "Anton Sizykh" published on his livejournal.com blog two photos of the dead body of Polish president Lech Kaczynski, one from the Smolensk crash site, and the other from a Moscow morgue. The publication of these photos caused uproar and indignation in Poland. Polish media noted that "Anton Sizykh from Baranaul" and his Moscow KGB accomplice Tatiana Karatsuba (this name is real), who also published the photos simultaneously with "Anton Sizykh" could get such photos from two different places only from the KGB. The photos mock at Poles and Poland, and caused the Polish prosecutors to open a criminal case against "Anton Sizykh" for "disclosing confidential information of the Smolensk investigation".

 

It is to be recalled that the Kavkaz Center has recently revealed that another fake blog from the KGB exists in the Russian section of Internet. As it turned out, a LJ account of an opposition writer, Eduard Limonov, is owned not by Limonov, but by the KGB. Limonov knows this, but he does not mind. Articles in this blog, denouncing and condemning the West, are written by the KGB under the name of Limonov, and apparently, real Limonov never even reads "his" LJ account.
 
Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center



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