Russian KGB (FSB) officers took Putin's words to fight the truth on the Internet at a gathering of the "FSB collegium" on February 14 as an order to intensify their fight against the Kavkaz Center. This is not surprising, given the fact that even Russian-Swedish relations are built (virtually) around the Kavkaz Center.
If to believe the headlines of Russian news agencies (and all of them are owned or supervised by the KGB-FSB), the key topic of the talks in Stockholm between Russian deputy foreign ministry Titov and its Swedish counterpart was not the environment of the Baltic and Barents Seas, as Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt wrote on his online blog, but the Kavkaz Center.
That means that, apart from the situation in the real world, the "incorrect" information agency, occupies, as always, much place in the brains of the KGB agents.
While the KC hosting, as noted by agent Juha Molari on his Finnish blog in a report to Moscow Center dated February 18, is now not in Stockholm, but in Toronto, Canada ( the KC preserved n Stockholm its official registration as a Swedish news agency), all the ways to thebKC continue to lead to Helsinki.
"At present, their operation is still going on in Finland, although the registration moved to the WTC Building in Toronto (Canada)!", reports to Moscow Center agent Molari, in Russian.
At the KGB gathering on February 14, Putin ordered the following:
"When neutralizing any kind of extremist structures with well-planned special operations, you should act as resolutely as possible, and block attempts by radicals to use information technologies, Internet resources and social networks for their propaganda".
Meanwhile, a KGB thug named "Yuri Yuriev" (it sounds like "John Smith"), presenting himself a "political constructor", explained on the website of a Moscow KGB news agency "Rex" how to execute, or at least try to execute the difficult but responsible Putin's government order to eliminate the Kavkaz Center:
"When we discussed a year ago cyber capabilities of the SVR (Russian foreign intelligence service, known for Anna Chapman in the west - KC), we predicted a defeat of the SVR on the Internet.
Unfortunately, it was confirmed by Putin himself, reprimanding the FSB for the fact that extremists had not been yet neutralized. Referring to the FSB in order to regulate the Internet, it is strange, since the network is global, and the FSB is not.
Given the fact that now every school child has, if not a tablet, than at least a smart phone, this axiom is known to every child.
And the impact on the minds by these "Kavkaz Centers", "Kavkaz Chats" and other extremist, subversive and recruiting activities, like that of the "Caucasus Emirate", continue to on global level .
We either have to cut the world off from Russia and create a closed Russian section of the Internet - in this case the FSB will act within Russia's borders and law - or to provide the FSB with the functions of the SVR (to commit crimes outside Russia, and this could mean real terrorism. and not a cyber one as at present - KC).
The SVR is to be taught to work on the Internet, and appropriate extension of the Law on Intelligence is needed for it (that is, apparently, to allow not only espionage, but also terrorism, murder, explosions ,we can just imagine nothing else in connection with the "extension" - KC). And do not forget about our foreign ministry (diplomatic cover and camouflage - KC), as some websites may only be closed in an official way in order not to cause a cyber war".
It is to be recalled that while the FSB keeps its presence in the West, it mainly operates against Russian political emigration. The FSB actually does not really know local customs and environment, or even foreign languages at an acceptable level. For example, Putin's "excellent German", highly praised in Russian internal propaganda, makes the Germans laugh..
However, the network of the SVR consists of agents "illegals" posing as local residents and citizens who are well-versed in the West.
Department of Monitoring