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И ктой-то это там химичит, э-э-э? – M.N. 

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PARIS (AP) — It seems like open season on the GRU.
The Russian military agency had its inner workings exposed again Friday as determined journalists and Kremlin critics remain focused on uncovering its secrets. A new report details the alleged misbehavior and bizarre bureaucratic decisions that allowed a Russian journalist to identify people he says are GRU officers.
Journalist Sergei Kanev said he wants to call attention to problems within an organization he thinks has moved from traditional spying into unchecked violence and foreign interference. But his story portrays the agency as more sloppy than scary: one finding was that suspected GRU agents appeared to blow their own covers.
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A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” is a popular reference to William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, in which Juliet seems to argue that it does not matter that Romeo is from her family’s rival house of Montague, that is, that he is named “Montague”.

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  • Sayoc, 56, from Aventura, faces up to 58 years in prison
  • Two more suspicious packages discovered in US on Friday
Per NBC News, Trump not planning to reach out to Obama or others figures targeted in Sayoc’s bomb campaign.
“I think we’ll probably pass,” he said.
NOTABLE: Asked by @KellyO whether President Trump will reach out to former President Obama or others targeted with mail bombs, Trump simply says: “If they wanted me to, but I think we’ll probably pass”
Sayoc’s white van, with all of its elaborate political displays and anti-Democrat sentiment is exactly the type of thing people tend to pull out their smartphone and snap a picture of these days. Expect to see a lot of posts and images like this in the coming hours and days from people who snapped it before this weeks events.
OMG. My husband just called and said “Remember that picture I texted you of that crazy Trump van that delivered lunch to my office? THAT WAS THE GUY!” This is the picture he sent me of the van parked at his office on November 1, 2017. #FloridaMan @FBI pic.twitter.com/18BimNzNhi

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In The Eye of the Storm: “А где Федот (который не тот)?” – M.N. (Very reasonable question.) – Russia is the inseparable part of the Western Civilization | “Yakovenko delivers masterclass…” | “I gave you ZIZ!”- 5:12 AM 10/13/2018

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Michael Novakhov imagines: 

Mr. Lavrov: “Thank you, thank you. I am so glad that everyone liked our heroic performance. Deutschland Uber Alles! Heil Putin! We are no Novichoks in ziz bizniz.”

“А где Федот (который не тот)?” Very reasonable question. 

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M.N.: Interpretation: “I did put our boy in a White House as promised. Salut!” – The Postcards from the Skripals – 6:41 AM 10/11/2018

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M.N.: Interpretation: “I did put our boy in a White House as promised. Salut!”

The Postcards from the Skripals: “My glass is half-full, and mine is three quarters full, note that red marker… Und Me takez zi pictzcha… A lot of chiiize but zi mouthz are shut wide.” 

The Postcards from the Skripals: 

 Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, pose for a picture at Zizzi restaurant in Salisbury, Wilts

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Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, pose for a picture at Zizzi restaurant in Salisbury, Wilts

The Postcards from the Skripals: “My glass is half-full, and mine is three quarters full, note that red marker… Und Me takez zi pictzcha… A lot of chiiize but zi mouthz are shut wide.” 

 Police swoop on Zizzi following the poison attack in the small Wiltshire city on Sunday

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Police swoop on Zizzi following the poison attack in the small Wiltshire city on Sunday:

The pair are fighting for life while a police officer – who was the first cop on site – remains seriously ill following the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, Wilts, on Sunday.

Counter terror cops are investigating the possibility that Kremlin-linked assassins slipped deadly sarin nerve gas into Sergei’s present as daughter Yulia prepared to fly over from Moscow days earlier.

Another theory being probed is that the gas was sprayed into their faces or slipped into their drinks in Zizzi or the Mill pub.

Sergei and Yulia raise a glass for the camera at Zizzi in a picture believed to have been taken in 2016.

 

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M.N.: Interpretation: “I did put our boy in a White House as promised. Salut!”
(See the picture on the menu in the front, vaguely reminding the White House appearance, behind the glass of the red wine which is three quarters empty: “more is to come”.)
“There is a lot of gravy there, and I hold that ass by the handle.
Vsyo putyom! Do not doubt it, we will win!”

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Sergei Skripal, 66, and Yulia, 33, are pictured in the same Italian where they had lunch shortly before they were found slumped unconscious on a shopping centre bench in Salisbury, Wilts

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9th March 2018, 11:45 am

Updated: 9th March 2018, 11:50 am

A FORMER double agent and his daughter pose in the Zizzi restaurant at the centre of a Russian spy poisoning probe.

Sergei Skripal, 66, and Yulia, 33, are pictured in the same Italian where they had lunch shortly before they were found slumped unconscious on a shopping centre bench.

The pair are fighting for life while a police officer – who was the first cop on site – remains seriously ill following the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, Wilts, on Sunday.

Counter terror cops are investigating the possibility that Kremlin-linked assassins slipped deadly sarinnerve gas into Sergei’s present as daughter Yulia prepared to fly over from Moscow days earlier.

Another theory being probed is that the gas was sprayed into their faces or slipped into their drinks in Zizzi or the Mill pub.

Sergei and Yulia raise a glass for the camera at Zizzi in a picture believed to have been taken in 2016.


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The Skripal Revenge Or: The GRU’s “Budenovtsi” In “Activka” (“Active Measures or Operations”) – Месть Скрипаля или Будёновцы в Активке

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The Skripal Revenge

Did Skripal arrange all that to denigrate the GRU and to present them as the “hapless amateurs”, AS HIS REVENGE?!

Hypothetically, it is also possible that Skripal had organized this “plot”, including his “poisoning”, himself, in order to gain publicity, to get his share of the royalties from the book “The Skripal File”, and to exact the revenge on his former colleagues who jailed him. It is also possible that he introduced, skillfully, the implied allegation about the possible connections between the Ukrainian Intelligence, that he apparently was very close with, the Donbass separatists, the GRU (or more exactly, the Yanukovych) affiliated units, such as “Wagner Group”, and the “New Abwehr”, in order to demonstrate the GRU’s “incompetence”. Skripal has very big ego, extraordinary skills, experience, and connections, and he is perfectly capable of pulling this off. 

Me zinkz, humbly, that this line of thought should be investigated further, and very thoroughly. 

The “Operation Trump”, with its “demonstrative operational sloppiness”, so to speak, might also be a part of the “Skripal Revenge” phenomenon, with the similar aims: to sarcastically denigrate the GRU as the “hopeless and hapless amateurs” they became after “His Majesty” Skripal was separated from the agency; with the larger and more practical goal of manipulating the Trump Presidency into supporting “Yanukovich for Ukraine” via Manafort – Deripaska (- Mogilevich – Putin). And with even broader and the most ultimate, truly “New Abwehrian” in scope and breadth, goal of solidifying the gain of Ukraine into the German sphere of influence and limiting it to the others, including both Russia and the U.S. (See the German Hypothesis of “Trump – Russia Affair“.) This gain includes very much the relative realignment and reintegration of their respective Intelligence Services, of course. 

And since Skripal most likely, was the “New Abwehr’s” agent from the beginning, under the multiple covers; this whole “affair”, or the series of affairs related to Skripal starting from his release in 2010, is just the “Skripal chapter” in their  book, where everything is planned and staged for years ahead. 

Do they, the New Abwehr, plan to behead the Russian Military Intelligence in the same way they beheaded the US intelligence (Gen. Petreus) and some others, years ago?

Do they try to correct the strategic “mistakes of the past”, do they try now to finish off America first, and Russia second; and invisibly, this time? 

Think about it. 

Also, Skripal’s deep knowledge and deep connections with the Russian organised crime which became the global one, might help to explain the prominence of this factor and component which is evident in the recent operations. 

Skripal is an Ukrainian Jew, a “Khazarin” type. New Abwehr, traditionally Judeophobic, intends to teach GRU the lesson: Do not hire Jews, they will betray you. This is a self-serving, self-benefiting lesson to a competitor, opponent, and the potential enemy. Jews were always the valuable component in any Intelligence, including very much the Abwehr, who had no scruples whatsoever using the Jews as their agents and staffers. The upper echelons of Abwehr were, most likely, heavily Jewish, and therefore often anti-Hitler. 

The New, just like the Old Abwehr, wants to deprive the others of these talents thus saving them for themselves, just as they always did, starting with the Dreyfus Affair. 

It looks like the Demiurge is playing with Skripal: he lifts him up and throws him down on the rocks, and does it again and again, till he extracts the crab-meat with his beak, to his full satisfaction. That what he paid for, as he usually does, in his Faustian bargains. And he always gets more than he bargained for; on both ends of the stick, the good old Jewish way. 

The questions about the nature and the true origins of the medical illnesses in both the Salisbury and the Amesbury Novichok cases could and should be raised and addressed. To this day, as I understand it, and if I understand it correctly, the nerve agent poisoning is the suspected but not the definitive diagnosis in all the reported cases, and no tests confirmed specifically that it is the so called “Novichok”. The lab said that they cannot determine it

“Accusations and recriminations between Britain and Russia are set to escalate with the news that scientists at the Porton Down military research facility have been unable to establish exactly where the novichok nerve agent used to carry out the Skripal attack was manufactured.” – 4.3.18

The medical records should be examined very carefully and they could provide the clues. These illnesses might be very different phenomena. In the intelligence operations and the criminal acts the medical aspects can always be the subject to manipulations, due to their great uncertainty, and in the case of the novel illnesses and the secret nerve poisons, especially so. 

UK police say unclear if latest Novichok poisoning linked to attack on Skripals

The detectives, meanwhile, said that they are not able to resolve the case at this point. Too many mysteries. The claims that we know do not mean that we know. 

“Skripal” means “skripet”, not “skreplyat”. He is not a Paperclip, not even the “skrepka”. He is the “skripka”, the fiddle. He produces the tune but someone else plays him. And these are not the Western Intelligence Services. This is the Grandmother of them all, under their guises, the secretive and invisible New Abwehr, me zinkz. 

To use Skripal as a “paperclip” or the “anti-paperclip”, “anti-skrepka”, is not wise, it seems to me. You won’t get anything out of him except this monotonous criminal “scrip” and his potboiler memoirs. However, it is definitely worthwhile to examine what this mysterious, many-faced hydra is about and who is behind it. 

Und me zinkz humbly, that the good faith and good will cooperation and collaboration between the Western and the Russian Intelligence Services, and especially the Military ones, of course, in this and the other matters is the key. Ziz little opinion appears to be nothing more but the exercise in common sense. And it should be worth it. 

I cannot avoid mentioning that if all this mess with cyber-hacking in  the Netherlands, and the “Skripal poisoning” especially, which could now freely unravel, was officially approved and operationalized in the GRU, on any level, I can only say: “Kakoy uzhas! What a Horror! Something must be very wrong if these things are happening and the way they are happening.” 

The “silver lining”, the good thing about all this might be that now we will have very thorough and truthful investigation into all these matters by the Russian side, the results of which will be shared with their colleagues in due time, and as soon as possible. 

More general issues, such as the

  • Control and the Non-proliferation of WMD-s issues, specifically the Chemical Weapons.
  • New portable weapons in intelligence work. 
  • Biometric identification issues,

and the other issues are apparently, introduced also, among the others, in this “operational discussion”, if you wish to view it this way. 

The Demiurge enhances his control by introducing into the collective unconsciousness the “subliminal”subjects that are of interest to him. 

Michael Novakhov

10.9.18

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Russia’s military leaders have reportedly called its intelligence service “deeply incompetent” after Western investigators accused its agents of being behind the nerve agent poisoning in England and an attempted hack into the global chemical weapons watchdog.

In the past two weeks alone, Western investigators found that agents of Russia’s military intelligence service — commonly known as the GRU — were behind the attempted assassination of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and an attempted h ack into the global chemical weapons watchdog’s headquarters earlier this year.

Both missions ultimately failed, and investigators pointed fingers at GRU agents — Russia’s leaders are reportedly not happy.

The country’s defense ministry held a secret meeting on Saturday to discuss the recent reports of GRU blunders, and had some angry words to say, Russia’s MBK news site reported on Monday, citing an unnamed source.

Photographs showing Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Borishov, two men accused of poisoning former spy Sergei Skripal.
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The GRU was described in the meeting, MBK said, as “deeply incompetent,” “infinitely careless,” “morons,” and people that “would still wear the budenovka” — a phrase that means being outdated. The budenovka was a military hat worn in the late 1910s and early 1920s, shortly after the Russian tsar was deposed.

The defense leaders are also considering a “big sweep” at the GRU and ask some of its generals to leave, MBK said.

MBK was founded by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a prominent Kremlin critic.

Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal buying groceries in Salisbury, England, days before he was poisoned with military-grade nerve agent.
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Last month the UK accused two Russian men of traveling to Salisbury, England, and poisoning Skripal and his daughter with military-grade nerve agent this March, and said they were GRU agents traveling under pseudonyms.

Putin, whose government has long denied having any knowledge of the attack, initially claimed that the two men’s names — identified at the time as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov — “mean nothing to us,” then said that they were civilians.

The two men also went on national Russian TV to say that they only visited England to visit a cathedral.

Investigative journalism site Bellingcat, however, has since identified Petrov as Dr. Alexander Mishkin, “a trained military doctor in the employ of the GRU,” and Boshirov as Col. Anatoliy Chepiga, a highly decorated officer with the GRU.

Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov told RT’s editor-in-chief they had nothing to do with the Skripals’ poisoning. September 12, 2018.
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Last week, the Netherlands also accused four Russian GRU agents of trying to launch a cyberattack on the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the world’s chemical weapons watchdog. The OPCW was, at the time, investigating the nerve agent attack on Skripal and a reported chemical attack in Douma, Syria, where Russian jets have bombed.

The men — two tech experts and two support agents — were caught red-handed and attempted to destroy some of the equipment to conceal their actions, Dutch authorities said.

The Netherlands then determined that they were agents of the GRU after finding that one of their phones was activated near the GRU building in Moscow, and discovering a receipt for a taxi journey from a street near the GRU to the Moscow airport, the BBC reported.

The headquarters of the Main Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, formerly known as the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), in Moscow, on October 4, 2018.
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Mark Urban, a British journalist who recently wrote a book about Skripal, wrote in The Times on Tuesday: “It would be surprising if this series of compromised operations did not trigger some realignment in Moscow, a further round of struggle between the spy bosses.

“The mockery of the GRU for its recent upsets, both globally and on Russian social media, must have rankled. Whatever the intentions of the Salisbury operation, they cannot have included opening decorated heroes of the agency up for ridicule,” Urban added, referring to Chepiga and Mishkin.

Putin’s popularity at home also hit a record low this year when he broke a 13-year-old promise not to hike the country’s national retirement age, which could mean that many Russians will miss out on a pension altogether.

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Novichok Signatures – Google News: Identity of second Russian Novichok suspect uncovered – he’s thought to be a military doctor – TVNZ
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Salisbury FC: The non-league club offering a city relief from poisoning crisis – BBC Sport
Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Climate Change, Saudi Consulate, Bulgaria: Your Tuesday Briefing – New York Times
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Salisbury poisoning: Bellingcat identifies second Skripal suspect – KEYT
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Salisbury poisoning: Bellingcat identifies second Skripal suspect – KRTV Great Falls News
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Salisbury poisoning: Bellingcat identifies second Skripal suspect – CNN International
salisbury novichok – Google News: Second Salisbury Novichok suspect named as GRU doctor Alexander Mishkin – The Irish Sun
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Skripal attack: Second Russian Salisbury suspect named – BBC News
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Skripal attack: Second Russian Salisbury suspect named – BBC News
Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Online investigators identify second Skripal poisoner as GRU doctor – Herald-Mail Media
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Salisbury poisoning: What we know about doctor accused of nerve agent attack – Yahoo News UK
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Salisbury poisoning: What we know about doctor accused of nerve agent attack – Yorkshire Coast Radio
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Report: UK poison suspect is doctor for Russian intelligence – KLFY
salisbury poisoning – Google News: 2nd suspect in UK poisoning is doctor for Russian intelligence, group says – CBS News
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Novichok attack: Second Sergei Skripal poisoning suspect named as Russian military doctor by UK media – ABC News
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Second Skripal poisoning suspect named as ‘Russian GRU doctor’ – FRANCE 24
salisbury novichok – Google News: Extra costs of Novichok poisonings for Wiltshire Police revealed – Salisbury Journal
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Report: UK poison suspect is doctor for Russian intelligence – WCJB
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Report: UK poison suspect is doctor for Russian intelligence – WCJB
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Report: UK poison suspect is doctor for Russian intelligence – 13abc Action News
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Report: UK poison suspect is doctor for Russian intelligence – KOLO

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… Metropolitan Police Service said it would not comment on speculation regarding the true identities of the two men accused of poisoning Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter with the nerve agent Novichok in the southern English city of 
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В ГРУ нашли виновного в провалах — Блоги — Эхо Москвы, 09.10.2018

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В минувшую субботу в Минобороны РФ прошло секретное совещание по следам громких провалов российской военной разведки в США, Англии, Голландии и Черногории. Среди прочих нелестных оценок звучали «дремучая некомпетентность», «беспредельное разгильдяйство», «дебилы» и «еще бы буденовки надели». Судя по всему, скоро в Главном управлении Генштаба РФ (ранее ГРУ) предстоит большая зачистка, и некоторых генералов попросят на выход.

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В числе прочих виновных в неудачах разведки назвали работающего под «крышей» посольства РФ в Нидерландах полковника ГРУ Константина Бахтина, который оказался близким другом «отравителя» Скрипалей Анатолия Чепиги («Руслан Боширов»).

По словам источника «Центра Досье», в штаб-квартире ГРУ (в/ч 45 807, на сленге разведчиков — «Аквариум») детально проанализировали действия всех групп, засланных проводить диверсии и спецмероприятия за рубежом. Итог оказался неутешительным: сами разведчики и их непосредственные командиры не соблюдали элементарных основ нелегальной и агентурной работы за рубежом, общались между собой по телефонным номерам, зарегистрированным в московском регионе, а сами разговоры с указанием подробностей велись почти открытым текстом.

Особый разнос получили кибер-диверсанты, пытавшиеся взломать компьютерную сеть Организации по запрещению химического оружия (ОЗХО) в Гааге.

Как известно, в апреле этого года возле штаб-квартиры ОЗХО полиция Нидерландов задержала с поличным четверых россиян, имевших при себе дипломатические паспорта на имя Олега Сотникова, Алексея Моренца, Евгения Серебрякова и Алексея Минина. При задержании Моренец пытался разбить свой телефон, а при досмотре у него была обнаружена квитанция на поездку на такси в аэропорт Шереметьево от Несвижского переулка, где расположен комплекс зданий Минобороны РФ, в том числе в/ч № 26 165, в которой он официально служит. Моренец сохранил квитанцию для отчета в бухгалтерии воинской части.

По данным «Центра Досье», руководил группой хакеров в погонах кадровый офицер ГРУ Алексей Минин, окончивший 1-й факультет Военно-Дипломатической академии (ВДА), расположенной в Москве на ул. Народного ополчения дом 50 (в/ч 22 177, на языке грушников — «Консерватория»). Выпускники 1-го факультета ВДА (стратегическая агентурная разведка, на сленге грушников «пиджаки») в дальнейшем работают под «крышами» российских посольств, Аэрофлота и внешнеэкономических организаций. Еще один задержанный Евгений Серебряков служил в в/ч 26 165, которая расположена по адресу Комсомольский проспект дом 20, а Олег Сотников поступил в военную разведку после учебы в МАДИ.

По словам все того же источника в военном ведомстве, диверсанты изначально были обречены на провал: «Голландская контрразведка пасла их с самого начала. Скорее всего, они прослушивали телефон второго секретаря нашего посольства Кости Бахтина, который постоянно созванивался с «Хорошевкой» (в/ч 45 807) и обсуждал детали операции. Он, кстати, отвечал и за техническую сторону и передал этим придуркам нужную аппаратуру. В ближайшее время его отзовут в Москву и, возможно, снимут не только погоны».

Как удалось выяснить, полковник Константин Бахтин родился в 1978 году в Башкирии и проходил службу в в/ч 54 902 в Хабаровском крае, больше известной как военный аэродром Гаровка-2. В дальнейшем воинскую часть расформировали, а Бахтина, после собеседования, откомандировали в ВДА, и он поступил слушателем на 1-й факультет (стратегическая агентурная разведка).

Во время учебы в ВДА, Бахтина с семьей поселили в общежитии Российского государственного гуманитарного университета по адресу Кировоградская улица, 25, корп. 1. Проживал «студент» Бахтин в квартире № 10, а в квартире № 28 жил теперь уже знаменитый на весь мир один из «отравителей» Скрипалей Анатолий Чепига, он же Руслан Боширов. Чепиги и Бахтины дружили семьями и вместе отмечали праздники. Потом Бахтина отправили в посольство РФ в Нидерландах, и в качестве 2-го секретаря он усиленно искал агентурные подходы к международной следственной группе, расследующей обстоятельства гибели в 2014 году в небе над Донецкой областью малайзийского Боинга (по версии следствия, пассажирский лайнер был сбит российским комплексом «Бук», погибли 298 человек). А в последнее время полковник Бахтин координировал подготовку спецопераций по кибератакам на штаб-квартиру ОЗХО в Гааге.

По данным Судебного участка № 164 Тушинского района Москвы, в 2016 году Бахтину присудили штраф 30 тыс. рублей, но выяснить, где и как «накосячил» полковник, нам не удалось.

Тем временем, в Минобороны ходят усиленные слухи, что в середине сентября на ковер к Путину вызывали начальника Главного управления генштаба ВС РФ (ранее ГРУ) генерал-полковника Игоря Коробова, и по возвращении домой ему стало плохо.

Генерал Коробов проживает с супругой в элитном жилом комплексе «Ближняя дача» на Староволынской улице, в котором получили квартиры высокопоставленные чиновники, генералы ФСБ, ФСО, МВД и Следственного комитета. «Многоуровневая система безопасности, созданная в нашем комплексе соответствует уровню VIP, обеспечивает надежную охрану жителей нашего дома и членов их семей. Собственная инфраструктура предназначенная только для жителей комплекса, избавит вас от ненужных контактов», — указано на сайте ЖК «Ближняя дача».

Не исключено, что до конца года Коробова снимут с должности, а на его место поставят родившегося в Ленинграде генерала Сергея Гизунова. Питерца Гизунова называют глазами и ушами Путина в военной разведке. Биография путинского «смотрящего» строго засекречена, но имеется одна любопытная подробность: в сентябре 1999 года оперативники из ОВД «Черемушки» за хранение оружия задержали уроженца Украины Анатолия Девятку и провели у него обыск. Среди вещей обнаружилась визитка тогда еще подполковника Гизунова.

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В минувшую субботу в Минобороны РФ прошло секретное совещание по следам громких провалов российской военной разведки в США, Англии, Голландии и Черногории. Среди прочих нелестных оценок звучали «дремучая некомпетентность», «беспредельное разгильдяйство», «дебилы» и «еще бы буденовки надели». Судя по всему, скоро в Главном управлении Генштаба РФ (ранее ГРУ) предстоит большая зачистка, и некоторых генералов попросят на выход.

2988732В числе прочих виновных в неудачах разведки назвали работающего под «крышей» посольства РФ в Нидерландах полковника ГРУ Константина Бахтина, который оказался близким другом «отравителя» Скрипалей Анатолия Чепиги («Руслан Боширов»).

По словам источника «Центра Досье», в штаб-квартире ГРУ (в/ч 45 807, на сленге разведчиков — «Аквариум») детально проанализировали действия всех групп, засланных проводить диверсии и спецмероприятия за рубежом. Итог оказался неутешительным: сами разведчики и их непосредственные командиры не соблюдали элементарных основ нелегальной и агентурной работы за рубежом, общались между собой по телефонным номерам, зарегистрированным в московском регионе, а сами разговоры с указанием подробностей велись почти открытым текстом.

Особый разнос получили кибер-диверсанты, пытавшиеся взломать компьютерную сеть Организации по запрещению химического оружия (ОЗХО) в Гааге.

Как известно, в апреле этого года возле штаб-квартиры ОЗХО полиция Нидерландов задержалас поличным четверых россиян, имевших при себе дипломатические паспорта на имя Олега Сотникова, Алексея Моренца, Евгения Серебрякова и Алексея Минина. При задержании Моренец пытался разбить свой телефон, а при досмотре у него была обнаружена квитанция на поездку на такси в аэропорт Шереметьево от Несвижского переулка, где расположен комплекс зданий Минобороны РФ, в том числе в/ч № 26 165, в которой он официально служит. Моренец сохранил квитанцию для отчета в бухгалтерии воинской части.

По данным «Центра Досье», руководил группой хакеров в погонах кадровый офицер ГРУ Алексей Минин, окончивший 1-й факультет Военно-Дипломатической академии (ВДА), расположенной в Москве на ул. Народного ополчения дом 50 (в/ч 22 177, на языке грушников — «Консерватория»). Выпускники 1-го факультета ВДА (стратегическая агентурная разведка, на сленге грушников «пиджаки») в дальнейшем работают под «крышами» российских посольств, Аэрофлота и внешнеэкономических организаций. Еще один задержанный Евгений Серебряков служил в в/ч 26 165, которая расположена по адресу Комсомольский проспект дом 20, а Олег Сотников поступил в военную разведку после учебы в МАДИ.

По словам все того же источника в военном ведомстве, диверсанты изначально были обречены на провал: «Голландская контрразведка пасла их с самого начала. Скорее всего, они прослушивали телефон второго секретаря нашего посольства Кости Бахтина, который постоянно созванивался с «Хорошевкой» (в/ч 45 807) и обсуждал детали операции. Он, кстати, отвечал и за техническую сторону и передал этим придуркам нужную аппаратуру. В ближайшее время его отзовут в Москву и, возможно, снимут не только погоны».

Как удалось выяснить, полковник Константин Бахтин родился в 1978 году в Башкирии и проходил службу в в/ч 54 902 в Хабаровском крае, больше известной как военный аэродром Гаровка-2. В дальнейшем воинскую часть расформировали, а Бахтина, после собеседования, откомандировали в ВДА, и он поступил слушателем на 1-й факультет (стратегическая агентурная разведка).

Во время учебы в ВДА, Бахтина с семьей поселили в общежитии Российского государственного гуманитарного университета по адресу Кировоградская улица, 25, корп. 1. Проживал «студент» Бахтин в квартире № 10, а в квартире № 28 жилтеперь уже знаменитый на весь мир один из «отравителей» Скрипалей Анатолий Чепига, он же Руслан Боширов. Чепиги и Бахтины дружили семьями и вместе отмечали праздники. Потом Бахтина отправили в посольство РФ в Нидерландах, и в качестве 2-го секретаря он усиленно искал агентурные подходы к международной следственной группе, расследующей обстоятельства гибели в 2014 году в небе над Донецкой областью малайзийского Боинга (по версии следствия, пассажирский лайнер был сбит российским комплексом «Бук», погибли 298 человек). А в последнее время полковник Бахтин координировал подготовку спецопераций по кибератакам на штаб-квартиру ОЗХО в Гааге.

По данным Судебного участка № 164 Тушинского района Москвы, в 2016 году Бахтину присудили штраф 30 тыс. рублей, но выяснить, где и как «накосячил» полковник, нам не удалось.

Тем временем, в Минобороны ходят усиленные слухи, что в середине сентября на ковер к Путину вызывали начальника Главного управления генштаба ВС РФ (ранее ГРУ) генерал-полковника Игоря Коробова, и по возвращении домой ему стало плохо. Генерал Коробов проживает с супругой в элитном жилом комплексе «Ближняя дача» на Староволынской улице, в котором получили квартиры высокопоставленные чиновники, генералы ФСБ, ФСО, МВД и Следственного комитета. «Многоуровневая система безопасности, созданная в нашем комплексе соответствует уровню VIP, обеспечивает надежную охрану жителей нашего дома и членов их семей. Собственная инфраструктура предназначенная только для жителей комплекса, избавит вас от ненужных контактов», — указано на сайте ЖК «Ближняя дача».

Не исключено, что до конца года Коробова снимут с должности, а на его место поставят родившегося в Ленинграде генерала Сергея Гизунова. Питерца Гизунова называют глазами и ушами Путина в военной разведке. Биография путинского «смотрящего» строго засекречена, но имеется одна любопытная подробность: в сентябре 1999 года оперативники из ОВД «Черемушки» за хранение оружия задержали уроженца Украины Анатолия Девятку и провели у него обыск. Среди вещей обнаружилась визитка тогда еще подполковника Гизунова.

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He is also believed to have purchased, in 2006, one of the most prestigious homes in Washington DC.

The 23,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom home — featuring Italian marble floors and a chandelier that had once hung in the Paris Opera House — was sold for $15 million.

The house in New York is listed as the address for the children and ex-wife Roman Abramovich, Mr Deripaska’s friend and former business partner. According to Treasury officials, when the government freezes assets, that means anyone who does business with a sanctioned person, and sanctioned companies, could be subject to sanctions themselves.

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Four years ago, on the afternoon of 23 March, Russian troops with armour smashed through the walls of a Ukrainian airbase, Belbek, after a tense and bitter siege. It was the first serious military action between the two countries in Crimea not long before the territory would be annexed by the Kremlin.

I was among a group of journalists at the base reporting on the attack in which, according to recent reports, Colonel Anatoliy Chepiga, one of the men accused of carrying out the novichok poisoning in Salisbury, played a key role. The operation there was one of main reasons, it is claimed, the GRU officer had received the highly prestigious “hero of Russia” award at the direct orders of Vladimir Putin.

Another officer in the GRU, the Russian military intelligence service, Colonel Alexander Popov, had also received the same award for services in Crimea. Both of them were members of Russia’s Spetsnaz special forces at the time. Popov, it should be stressed, was not the second man allegedly involved in the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal, who travelled to Britain on a passport under the name of Alexander Petrov.

The role of Chepiga – who had used a passport in the name of Ruslan Boshirov for the Salisbury plot – in Crimea has been revealed by Novaya Gazeta in Moscow. The campaigning opposition newspaper, which has had a string of scoops over the years, had discovered that he and Popov had also been involved in two other operations in Crimea – the disarmament of a Ukrainian marine infantry brigade in Feodosia and the capture of the Council of Ministers building in Simferopol.

We, the journalists, covered the events in Feodosia and Simferopol. But the dramatic and memorable episode in Belbek served to encapsulate what was unfolding in Crimea during those extraordinary weeks following the street protests in Kiev – protests that had driven out the pro-Moscow government of Viktor Yanukovych, and made the future of Ukraine seem to hang in balance.

The conflict in Crimea was the start of the bitter battles that were to come in the east of Ukraine. The Russian presence in the peninsula was overt (unlike the Donbass) with President Putin arriving for the celebrations after a referendum declared illegal by Kiev and the West. But it was also one of the first examples of a secret, hybrid war carried out by the GRU for Moscow in which propaganda and cyberattacks were extensively used alongside open military operations.

The assault by the Russian forces on Belbek, with the Spetsnaz among them in black combat fatigues and Chepiga and Popov in their ranks if reports are correct, came with bursts of automatic fire and explosions from stun grenades. It was the culmination of a standoff, highly charged and emotional, that had become a cause célèbre, with Ukrainian forces barricaded behind the gates of the base while their families kept vigil outside.

Three weeks previously, my Crimean translator and I had gone to the airfield at Belbek, near Sevastopol, after hearing that it had been surrounded by Russian forces. The base was of strategic significance because it could be used to monitor the air corridor into Sevastopol, where the Russian navy’s Black Sea Fleet was based, as well having a complement of Mig-29 Fulcrum fighters, Mi-24 and Czech-made L-39 helicopter-gunships stationed there.

The Ukrainian regiment based there were not hardened soldiers but a mixture of pilots and technical support for the aircraft. They were, however, brave, dedicated and led by a redoubtable commanding officer, Colonel Yuliy Mamchur. An ultimatum came on the day we arrived, delivered by a Russian officer, who identified himself as Lieutenant Colonel Vladimir Mirnov of the Black Sea Fleet. He warned that the Ukrainians had 24 hours to surrender or face a full-scale attack.

Mamchur and his men and women had no intention of leaving. We stayed with them at the base to see what happened, but no attack materialised. But the respite did not last long: a few days later a Russian unit arrived during the night and took over a part of the base.

Mamchur, along with a small group of his soldiers and a few journalists, marched up the hill to meet them in the morning flying the Ukrainian and regimental flag and singing the national anthem.

The path was soon blocked by Russian soldiers in balaclavas, who shouted orders to turn back and then fired shots over our heads. But no one halted and there were increasingly angry threats. At one point, as several Russians took aim with their assault rifles, an officer stepped forward, pushing aside one of the raised rifles, and beckoned Mamchur forward to talk.

But then the colonel was kept waiting. The only person the Russians offered to carry out the negotiations was Yuri Balduk, a man who claimed to be a leader of the separatist “self-defence volunteers”, who turned up unshaven, in dirty jeans and trainers and unsure, at first, about what he was meant to do.

It appeared to be an obvious attempt to snub and belittle. Balduk demanded that Mamchur hand over the base to him – the colonel refused. There followed an example of how dysfunctional the Ukrainian government back in Kiev was at the time. The colonel called the Ministry of Defence. It was a short conversation. “They asked me to use my own initiative, that has been the case ever since the day the Russians had arrived wanting to take over the base. We have no guidance, we can expect no help, we are really on our own here,” he explained, spreading his hands.

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The retired Russian colonel and former double agent for MI6 was in a critical condition in hospital for more than two months after being exposed to novichok in Salisbury. He was given refuge in the UK after being jailed in Moscow for treason. Mr Skripal came to Britain as part of a high-profile “spy swap” in 2010 in which four men were exchanged for ten Russian “sleeper agents” in the US. In this image he is speaking to his lawyer from behind bars in Moscow in 2006.

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British soldiers were deployed soon after the attack to help a counter-terrorism investigation into the nerve agent attack. One of the places they were asked to help out with was Skripal’s home and it’s surrounding. They were asked to remove a vehicle connected to the agent attack in Salisbury, from a residential street in Gillingham.

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The investigation extended to the grave of Sergei Skripal’s son Alexander in London Road cemetery.

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Yulia Skripal, speaking for the first time, said she felt lucky to have survived the nerve agent attack in Salisbury which left her fighting for life. Ms Skripal said her life had been “turned upside down” by the assassination attempt. But the Russian national added she hoped to return to her homeland one day, despite the Kremlin being blamed for the attack.

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Ten Ukrainians were allowed to go into the control tower and the hangars to check the aircraft. The Russian stationed snipers drove up an armoured personnel carrier, and put in perimeter defences. The Ukrainians decided to have a game of football, inviting the Russians to join in, but they refused to play.

After a while the Russians agreed to stay at the part of the base where they were, the Ukrainians returned to their side with the headquarters building. The standoff continued. In our travels around Crimea we heard the Russians were getting increasingly annoyed at the publicity Manchur and his men were attracting. Other Ukrainian bases were following their examples of defiance and Moscow wanted the matter brought to an end. The time for games was coming to a close.

We could see more Russian troops arriving in the area, including Spetsnaz setting up camp on a nearby field one Friday. They were not talkative, but not particularly hostile either. The advice was to stay away from the base. A couple of them spoke surprisingly good English.

Mamchur felt an attack was imminent. He ordered his troops to lock away their weapons; attempts at armed resistance would fly against the odds facing them – but there would be no surrender.

Waiting for the attack on that Saturday was a strange experience. Under an azure blue sky and apple blossom in the air two young lieutenants, Galina Vladimirova Volosyanick and Ivan Ivanovich Benera, got married. Local champagne and lemonade, figs and nuts, chocolates and cakes, had been laid out on a long trestle table covered with a bright golden plastic cover. Toasts were drunk, troops clapped and whistled as the bride and groom kissed each other.

The mood soon change,  a vocal and aggressive pro-Russian crowd had turned up outside the base demanding it be handed over. Members of the “self-defence volunteer” group joined them and tried to destroy a video camera mounted on the gate, first shooting at it and then pulling it down with ropes.

The Ukrainian forces inside were getting increasingly worried by reports that some of their relatives had been harassed, their homes broken into. Posters had been put up with photographs of Mamchur and other officers, calling them traitors to Russia. The commander’s wife, Larissa, who had come into the base earlier, told me she had seen posters in Sevastopol demanding that her husband be executed for his supposed treachery. She was deeply worried about what may happen.

The attack came at 4.48pm with three armoured personnel carriers (APCs) punching a hole through the perimeter wall of the base and crashing in followed by soldiers. A few of the Ukrainians were injured, none seriously.

The Ukrainians lined up and faced the Russians who crouched 10 feet away, guns pointed, behind ballistic shields. There were jeers exchanged between the two sides. A Russian officer, trying to calm the situation, shouted: “It’s OK, no more shooting, you’re safe.” The riposte was: “You are making us safe by attacking us?! We are here without guns, why are you hiding behind guns and your masks?”

But it was obvious there was little the Ukrainians could do. As more and more Russians came in, Mamchur called his men to attention and led them in singing the national anthem. The Russians, in combat stations, watched in silence as the verses were roared out, followed by full-throated cries of: “Glory to Ukraine, Glory to our heroes.”

Mamchur then told his men: “You have done all that honour demands. You should be proud of yourselves, I am proud of you.” He had been summoned to a meeting with senior Russian officers and he would, if allowed, come back and tell them what had been agreed.

The journalists were told by the Russians to leave the base. We all shook Mamchur’s hand and wished him luck. There was, we felt, something heroic in his obstinate yet calm refusal to give in against overwhelming odds.

The members of the media were ushered out by the Russians through the hole created by their armour. Memory cards were taken away from cameras, laptops had to be switched on and inspected. A Spetsnaz soldier said to me: “I am sorry, but I am doing my job, you are doing yours. We are soldiers. It’s the politicians you see.”

I went back to Belbek the next day. The Russian flag was flying over the base. Things were calm and peaceful after all that had happened the day before. A group of Russian soldiers sat in the sunshine, on the football field smoking and drinking coffee.

Several of them had been among those searching the journalists as we left, taking memory cards. “Of course we knew some photos would get out, you guys are good at hiding things like that,” said one. “But no matter, we have peace now.” What of Yuliy? “He is being questioned. We have nothing against him personally,” a sergeant shrugged. “He kept us waiting for a long time, but he would say he was doing his duty. He was quite brave, Soviet training you see.”

I met Mamchur again a couple of years later in Kiev. He was an MP, returning to Ukraine after refusing an offer to join the Russian military. We sat in a park reminiscing about those days in Belbek.

As for the Colonels Chepiga and Popov, could we have met them unknowingly at the time? I called and asked two Crimean translators I had worked with at the time. One, like me, simply did not know. The other thought he recognised him from the photographs which have appeared at the base over the past week and several times on the afternoon of the attack. “Perhaps he came to Crimea as a tourist and just got caught up in it all,” he laughed.


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Волна разоблачений агентов российских спецслужб все никак не кончится. Вчера выяснилось, что еще в апреле из Нидерландов депортировали четырех россиян с дипломатическими паспортами, которые пытались взломать компьютеры Организации по запрещению химического оружия в Гааге – в то самое время, когда эта организация расследовала применение “Новичка” в Солсбери. У одного из этих россиян, Алексея Моренца, нашли при себе квитанцию на такси в Шереметьево от воинской части, связанной с ГРУ. После публикации этих данных издание The Insider установило паспортные данные еще 305 сотрудников ГРУ – именно столько в базе ГИБДД нашлось граждан, чьи автомобили приписаны к адресу той же военной части, которую на Западе обвиняли в самых скандальных хакерских атаках последних лет. Злорадных комментариев в Сети по этому поводу хоть отбавляй.

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The chemical structure of sarin nerve gas, developed in Germany in 1939

Shortly after the end of World War I, Germany’s General Staff enthusiastically pursued a recapture of their preeminent position in chemical warfare. In 1923, Hans von Seeckt pointed the way, by suggesting that German poison gas research move in the direction of delivery by aircraft in support of mobile warfare. Also in 1923, at the behest of the German army, poison gas expert Dr. Hugo Stoltzenbergnegotiated with the USSR to build a huge chemical weapons plant at Trotsk, on the Volga river.

Collaboration between Germany and the USSR in poison gas continued on and off through the 1920s. In 1924, German officers debated the use of poison gas versus non-lethal chemical weapons against civilians.

Chemical warfare was revolutionized by Nazi Germany‘s discovery of the nerve agents tabun (in 1937) and sarin (in 1939) by Gerhard Schrader, a chemist of IG Farben.

IG Farben was Germany’s premier poison gas manufacturer during World War II, so the weaponization of these agents cannot be considered accidental.[42] Both were turned over to the German Army Weapons Office prior to the outbreak of the war.

The nerve agent soman was later discovered by Nobel Prize laureate Richard Kuhn and his collaborator Konrad Henkel at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Medical Research in Heidelberg in spring 1944.[43][44]The Germans developed and manufactured large quantities of several agents, but chemical warfare was not extensively used by either side. Chemical troops were set up (in Germany since 1934) and delivery technology was actively developed.

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SALISBURY — Autumn Jubilee kicked off its 39th year with balmy temperatures and plenty of shade from overcast skies. The annual festival, held at Dan Nicholas Park, generally attracts about 60,000 people during its two-day run; but Events Coordinator Andrea Baucom said that, with the weather, she’s anticipating more.

“This year we’re expecting huge crowds,” she said.

Attendance has been poor the last three years due to weather, and the festival was cancelled in 2015 due to heavy rains. This year, however, Baucom and other organizers are hoping for a comeback. The event features live music, entertainment, good food and handmade crafts. Selling handmade items has been a prominent feature of Autumn Jubilee since day one.

“It kind of individualizes every item,” Baucom said.

This year, the festival showcases 130 vendors, along with music by Heart Breaker, Too Much Sylvia, Darrel Harwood and Mailvis. The Kid’s Zone features Dakota and Friends: A live dinosaur experience. It’s a good mix, Baucom said.

“This year I think we’ve got the best variety we’ve ever had,” she said.

But Autumn Jubilee is more than just a craft fair — it’s a tradition for many Rowan County residents. Wanda Kluttz said she’s been to just about every Jubilee.

“I like to come every year,” she said. “It’s a fun time for me. …I don’t know when I haven’t been to Autumn Jubilee.”

One of the things that keeps her coming back is that Jubilee is a chance to catch up with old friends. Kluttz said she often runs into former classmates, or people she doesn’t usually see at other events. It’s “a wonderful time.”

“I’m just so glad they have this for the community,” she said.

Dolores Russell and her family meet each year at Jubilee, taking the time as a sort of reunion.

“It’s just a thing you go to,” she said of the festival.

But it was definitely worth the trip. Russell said she enjoyed seeing what people made and what they came up with.

“It’s just cute to see the unique things that they make,” she said.

Carol Clifford and her husband moved to Rowan County two and a half years ago. In that time, they’ve fallen in love with Dan Nicholas Park and Autumn Jubilee.

“We’ve come every year since,” Clifford said.

According to Baucom, there’s something for everyone at Autumn Jubilee — which is one reason it’s flourished for so long in the community.

“It is a tradition,” she said.

Jubilee will open today at 10 a.m. and run until 6 p.m. Parking and admission are free. Pets are not allowed at Autumn Jubilee. For more information, call 704-216-7803.

Autumn Jubilee is sponsored by Cheerwine, Bojangles, Novant Health, Bath Fitter, Atrium Health, Carolina Home Remodeling and Gerry Wood Auto Group.

Contact reporter Rebecca Rider at 704-797-4264. 

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СБУ заявляет о получении от ФСБ секретной информации про наемников ЧВК “Вагнера”

Игорь Гуськов. Фото: пресс-служба СБУИгорь Гуськов. Фото: пресс-служба СБУ

Об этом в интервью Українським Новинам сказал руководитель аппарата СБУ Игорь Гуськов.

Он отметил, что ЧВК “Вагнера” является подразделением Главного управления Генерального штаба Министерства обороны РФ, а ФСБ обязан гарантировать секретность информации о персональном составе подразделения.

“Очень специфически в отношении тайны ЧВК “Вагнера” поступает ФСБ России. Создается мнение, что она спустя рукава к этому относится, либо где-то сознательно недорабатывает…Почему это делается? Возможно, из-за конкуренции между 2 спецслужбами, возможно, за-за известного российского разгильдяйства”, – сказал Гуськов.

Он также намекнул, что СБУ получает информацию от ФСБ.

“Поймите нас правильно, мы не можем выдавать свои источники в ФСБ РФ. Я думаю, что доказательства в отношении бойцов “Вагнера” более чем свидетельствуют, что СБУ владеет этой информацией”, – подчеркнул глава аппарата.

Кроме того, он сообщил, что СБУ уже установила персональные данные 58 наемников ЧВК, погибших 7 февраля 2018 года в результате боя с американскими военными в городе Дейр-эз-Зор провинции Хишам в Сирии.

Всего, по данным спецслужбы, в этом бою погибло 82 “вагнеровца”.

Как сообщали Українськi Новини, в июле Служба безопасности Украины заявила о гибели 80 и ранении 100 наемников российской частной военной компании “Вагнер” в ходе боя с американскими военными около города Хишам в Сирии 7 февраля.

Полный текст интервью с главой аппарта СБУ Игорем Гуськовым читайте 8 октября на сайте ukranews.com.

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“Novichok” Postcard: Note the three steady amber lights: this is the highest  degree of the child kidnapping alert. The “Bosh” and his “Pet”, behind the “rov” – moat, marked by the flag with their mixed colors, in the neo-auburn field of the old cemetery, called the Central Europe. See also: germany ukraine relations – Google Search

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Mr. (Emperor) Pu: “Не Малого, а Малую украли! Вроде той вот что позади меня (Nice Abwehr Girl!). И это давно уже не новость, так что звонить и не кому. А я бы им и вабще бы не позвонил, такой Бардак!
И Барак – Бардак, и Бардак – Барак! Одним словом, полный красный бурак!
Что я сказал: “Бурак” или “Дурак”, а то я уже сам не помню… 
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И Бардак, и Бурак, и Дурак, и всё остальное. И не Бурак даже, а тотальная Русская Редиска: и не отгрызёшь, и не разгрызёшь… Тако, Ма…” 
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My respectful recommendation to Gen. Gerasimov and Gen. Korobov is to try to reach out to their colleagues and to discuss these issues frankly and openly, in their broad range and in all the possible depth. The similar respectful recommendation to their colleagues, Gen. Dunford and Gen. Ashley, is to have these discussions and to try to make them productive. GRU is often compared with CIA, although nominally its counterpart is DIA. These interventions have to be approved on the highest levels, of course. 

This “ham-handedness”, the deliberate, demonstrative sloppiness, as if it were the invitation to be discovered, is the pervasive, constantly present, the distinguishing, the defining, the hallmark feature of ALL recent operations, including, very much so, the Operation Trump. This feature has to be addressed and investigated thoroughly, it might contain one of the main clues. It might indicate the possible set-up or the number of other explanations, which have to be explored. 

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“The ham-handed attempted break-in — involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues — was the most stunning operation revealed Thursday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught…

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Security analysts say police are ­investigating links between critically ill Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and Christopher Steele, the British former spy who compiled an explosive dossier on US President Don­ald Trump.

The diplomatic relationship between Britain and Russia has nose­dived over the suspected daylight poisoning of Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, southern England, on Monday (AEDT).

But Mr Trump could be drawn into the chilling episode if Mr Skripal is linked to Mr Steele’s 2015 dossier, which detailed alleged collusion between Mr Trump and Russia.

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British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson warned that England could even pull out of the soccer World Cup to be hosted by Russia in June if it is confirmed that the Skripals were poisoned by Kremlin-backed associates.

Counter-terrorism police took command of the investigation yesterday amid fears the victims — who were fighting for their lives in hospital — may have been poisoned by a nerve agent. Tests have been conducted for substances including sarin gas and VZ, the chemical nerve agent used to kill Kim Jong-nam, the brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, at Kuala Lumpur airport.

Police are looking at the security footage to identify a blonde woman with a red bag, who was initially thought to be Yulia Skripal.

Anthony Glees, director of the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies at the University of Buckingham, told The Telegraph: “What we know is that Steele was our man in Russia, that he was extremely good. We know that what MI6 does is gain intelligence from human agents. You put all these things together, it is clear that ­either directly or indirectly Sergei Skripal would have been known to Christopher Steele.’’

Mr Steele was in Moscow in the early 1990s when Mr Skripal was passing information to MI6.

He was the chief of the Russia desk in 2006 when he headed the investigation into the fatal poisoning of Russian informer Alexander Litvinenko in a Mayfair hotel. A British inquiry found his killing was probably sanctioned by the Kremlin and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Mr Steele left the agency just before the 2010 spy swap resulted in Mr Skripal and three others being taken to Britain in return for 10 US-based Russian spies.

“If it is the case that Christopher Steele produced a dossier on Trump that is authentic and ­accurate, as we believe it to be — its accuracy has not been seriously undermined — then anybody who feels that Trump was humiliated and dissed by an MI6 officer may feel that getting at one of his agents is justified,” Professor Glees said. “That could be the Russian security services.”

Mr Skripal, a former army intelligence colonel, had feared for his life since his wife and son had died within five years, due to cancer and liver issues, reports said. His daughter has criticised Mr Putin on social media.

Mr Johnson told parliament that if the Putin regime were behind the poisoning “we will have to have a serious conversation about our relationship with Russia” .

“It will be difficult to see how UK representation at the World Cup can go ahead in the normal way,” he said. “I say to governments around the world that no ­attempt to take innocent life on UK soil will go either unsanctioned or unpunished.”

Russian Foreign Ministry spokes­woman Maria Zakharova described the comments as words of “savagery”. The Russian embassy in London said the Foreign Secretary spoke as if the investigation was already over and Russia was found responsible. “Looks like the script of yet another anti-Russian campaign has been already written,” the statement said.

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Агента, который сдал американцам Анну Чапман и других нелегалов, два года назад объявили мертвым. На самом деле он живет в США: Buzzfeed — Meduza

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Александр Потеев родился в 1952 году в Белоруссии в семье Героя Советского Союза Николая Потеева, получившего это звание во время Великой Отечественной войны. Потеев-младший окончил Высшие курсы КГБ в Минске, после чего был переведен в Москву. В 1980-х он служил в Афганистане и работал в управлении внешней разведки КГБ СССР. В 1990-х несколько лет провел за границей (в том числе в США) под видом сотрудника российского МИД. В 2000 году Александр Потеев был назначен заместителем начальника одного из отделов управления «С» Службы внешней разведки (СВР); его подразделение курировало деятельность российских агентов-нелегалов в США.

В 2010 году там арестовали десять российских шпионов (наибольшую известность среди них приобрела Анна Чапман). Американские власти обвинили их в сборе разведданных в пользу России и обменяли на четырех осужденных за шпионаж граждан России, среди которых был бывший сотрудник ГРУ . Российские СМИ писали, что Чапман и остальных сдал Александр Потеев — он незадолго до их ареста уехал в отпуск в Белоруссию, а оттуда через Украину и Германию сбежал в США. В 2011 году Потеева заочно признали виновным в измене и дезертирстве, приговорили к 25 годам тюремного заключения, лишили всех званий и наград. Суд над ним прошел в закрытом режиме.

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В 2016-м «Интерфакс» со ссылкой на источники сообщил, что Потеев умер в США. Агентство не уточнило подробности его смерти, предположив, что новость о ней может быть «дезинформацией, направленной на то, чтобы о предателе просто забыли». Официально смерть Потеева тогда никто не подтвердил. Журналист Би-би-си Марк Урбан заявил в своей книге «Файлы Скрипаля», что на самом деле Потеев жив, а информацию о его смерти распространила российская разведка, надеясь, что перебежчик свяжется с , чтобы опровергнуть ее. Также Би-би-си утверждает, что в 2014 году российские спецслужбы пытались убить Потеева.

Теперь доказательства того, что Потеев не умер, нашли журналисты Buzzfeed. Они утверждают, что обнаружили их еще в прошлом году, но решили не распространять по просьбе ЦРУ; там опасались, что опровержение смерти Потеева поставит под угрозу его безопасность. Но после того, как российского офицера назвали живым на Би-би-си, Buzzfeed тоже опубликовал свои данные.

Журналисты издания утверждают, что нашли имя Александра Потеева в публичных базах данных. В США живет только один человек с таким именем и фамилией; его дата рождения совпала с предполагаемой датой рождения двойного агента, а второе имя, Nick, перекликалось с его отчеством — Николаевич. Имя Потеева появилось в базах данных в октябре 2010 года, то есть через три месяца после «шпионского скандала». В течение следующих шести лет он мог жить в штатах Массачусетс, Аризона и Вирджиния. Начиная с 2016 года информации о Потееве стало значительно больше. В частности, журналисты Buzzfeed узнали, что в январе 2016-го Потеев получил штраф за превышение скорости, в октябре — лицензию на ловлю рыбы, а в ноябре проголосовал (на каких выборах, издание не уточняет).

Когда Buzzfeed собирал информацию про Потеева, тот, согласно открытой информации, жил уже во Флориде. Чтобы проверить, является ли человек, чьи данные они обнаружили, бывшим полковником СВР, журналисты попытались встретиться с ним. В первый раз консьерж, работающий в доме Потеева, отказался пропустить их, заявив, что «Алекс» всегда сам встречает гостей в холле. Во второй раз другой консьерж разрешил репортерам подняться в квартиру Потеева. Дверь им открыла пожилая женщина. На вопрос, можно ли поговорить с Александром Потеевым, она спросила, кто хочет его видеть; узнав, что это журналисты, женщина закрыла дверь со словами: «Нет, нет, нет». Во время последней попытки консьерж позвонил в квартиру Потеева, после чего передал, что «Алекс» не хочет разговаривать с Buzzfeed.

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LONDON — Art collectors were left stunned on Friday evening when a Banksy painting appeared to self-destruct just moments after it was sold at an auction, in a prank apparently orchestrated by the elusive street artist.

The spray-painted canvas “Girl With Balloon” slid through a shredder embedded in the frame, emerging out the bottom in strips as the final hammer signaled an end to the evening, according to international auction house Sotheby’s. It had sold for $1.4 million, matching a record for the artist first set in 2008.

Banksy posted an image of the scene from the auction house on his Instagram account with the caption “Going, going, gone…”

The photo appears to have been first tweeted by an attendee at the auction who said an alarm sounded just as the frame began to shred the canvas.

Banksy, who has never disclosed his full identity, began his career spray-painting buildings in Bristol, England and has become one of the world’s best-known artists.

Known for his controversial work, from criticizing anti-migrant attitudes to the Israel-Palestine conflict, he also has a penchant for elaborate pranks.

“It appears we just got Banksy-ed,” said Alex Branczik, Sotheby’s senior director and head of contemporary art.

“He is arguably the greatest British street artist, and tonight we saw a little piece of Banksy genius,” he said immediately after the incident, according to The Art Newspaper. He added he was “not in on the ruse.”

“Girl With Balloon,” which depicts a small child reaching up toward a heart-shaped red balloon, was originally stenciled on a wall in east London and has been endlessly reproduced, becoming one of Banksy’s best-known images.

It’s unclear what will happen to the famous painting now that it’s been turned to thin strips.

Sotheby’s said it was the first time in auction history that such a thing had happened.

“We have not experienced this situation in the past where a painting spontaneously shredded, upon achieving a record for the artist,” Branczik said. “We are busily figuring out what this means in an auction context.”

The auction house said it was “in discussion about next steps” with the buyer. Some art-market watchers have suggested the work could be worth even more in its shredded state.

Another Banksy painting, Happy Choppers, sold at a Sotheby’s auction in New York on the same day. The unscathed work of art fetched $735,000.

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В поздравлении, в частности, говорится:

«Нелёгкий, но благородный и востребованный труд учителя и наставника во все времена пользовался в нашей стране особым почётом. Именно от вас, вашей мудрости, терпения, самоотдачи во многом зависит личностное и профессиональное становление подрастающего поколения, активная общественная и жизненная позиция юных граждан.

Государство и впредь будет делать всё для повышения статуса учителя, укрепления социальных гарантий тех, кто трудится в сфере образования – ключевой для будущего России».

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“The ham-handed attempted break-in — involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues — was the most stunning operation revealed Thursday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught…

What Dutch authorities found seemed to be the work of an amateur. A taxi receipt in the pocket of one of the agents showed he had hired a cab to take him from a street next to GRU headquarters to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. A laptop found with the team appeared to tie them to other alleged GRU hacks.” 

M.N.: This “ham-handedness”, the deliberate, demonstrative sloppiness, as if it were the invitation to be discovered, is the pervasive, constantly present, the distinguishing, the defining, the hallmark feature of ALL recent operations, including, very much so, the Operation Trump. This feature has to be addressed and investigated thoroughly, it might contain one of the main clues. It might indicate the possible set-up or the number of other explanations, which have to be explored. 

The “Russianness”, the Russian ethnic origins and the history of the service in the military or the GRU of the implied, suspected operators does not mean at all that they work for the GRU presently, or that their acts were authorised, approved, or specifically planned by the GRU. Importantly, they might have been selected by the third party (which I call the New Abwehr, under its leader, the Demiurge), and specifically for these traits: “Russianness” and the history of the GRU service. These suspects might be the completely unwitting semi-professional actors acting as the cover for the true designers. GRU is the very sophisticated and experienced, highly professional intelligence service, just like her counterparts, and they have their own professional ways of doing things without being ostentatious, also just like the others. 

However, everything is possible, and the version of the “face value”, “what you see is what you get” is legitimate and has to be investigated first of all, despite the lack of the credibility factor. 

My respectful recommendation to Gen. Gerasimov and Gen. Korobov is to try to reach out to their colleagues and to discuss these issues frankly and openly, in their broad range and in all the possible depth. The similar respectful recommendation to their colleagues, Gen. Dunford and Gen. Ashley, is to have these discussions and to try to make them productive. GRU is often compared with CIA, although nominally its counterpart is DIA. These interventions have to be approved on the highest levels, of course. 

By the way, I think that the non-travel sanctions specifically against Korobov and the others in this circle, who are not involved in commercial activities, are counterproductive and should be waved or cancelled. People need to travel, to meet, and to talk; and the present crisis is the result of the insufficient communications, not their abundance. 

Technically, it is also easier to keep track of them when they travel freely rather than clandestinely, which they do anyway. 

The coordinated witch-hunts do not solve the problems, the coordinated communications do. 

“Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov of Russia said in a statement that the U.S. is taking a “dangerous path” by “deliberately inciting tensions in relations between the nuclear powers,” adding that Washington’s European allies should also think about it.” 

Mr. Ryabkov, stop your nuclear dingle-dangle. You sound more like a fire-setter than a firefighter or diplomat. Do not threaten the others yourself, you sound excessively defensive. Try to comprehend, to truly understand the situation, and to find the ways of resolving it on the basis of this understanding. 

The delusional-grandiose attempts on Mr. Skripal’s part to influence the personnel policies of the GRU; as his revenge (if they exist), should also be considered as a factor, although, obviously, it will be left without any consequences. 

Mr. Skripal himself appears to be the highly intriguing, mysterious, complex person who might also contain many hidden clues. 

Michael Novakhov

10.6.18

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West Accuses Russian Spy Agency of Scores of Attacks
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LONDON — The West unleashed an onslaught of new evidence and indictments Thursday accusing Russian military spies of hacking so widespread that it seemed to target anyone, anywhere who investigates Moscow’s involvement in an array of criminal activities — including doping, poisoning and the downing of a plane.

Russia defiantly denied the charges, neither humbled nor embarrassed by the exceptional revelations on one of the most high-tension days in East-West relations in years. Moscow lashed back with allegations that the Pentagon runs a clandestine U.S. biological weapons program involving toxic mosquitoes, ticks and more.

The nucleus of Thursday’s drama was Russia’s military intelligence agency known as the GRU, increasingly the embodiment of Russian meddling abroad.

In the last 24 hours: U.S. authorities charged seven officers from the GRU with hacking international agencies; British and Australian authorities accused the GRU of a devastating 2017 cyberattack on Ukraine, the email leaks that rocked the U.S. 2016 election and other damaging hacks; And Dutch officials alleged that GRU agents tried and failed to hack into the world’s chemical weapons watchdog, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

The ham-handed attempted break-in — involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues — was the most stunning operation revealed Thursday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught.

“Basically, the Russians got caught with their equipment, people who were doing it, and they have got to pay the piper. They are going to have to be held to account,” U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said in Brussels, where he was meeting with NATO allies.

Mattis said the West has “a wide variety of responses” available.

Britain’s ambassador to the Netherlands, Peter Wilson, said the GRU would no longer be allowed to act with impunity.

Calling Russia a “pariah state,” British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “Where Russia acts in an indiscriminate and reckless way, where they have done in terms of these cyberattacks, we will be exposing them.”

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov of Russia said in a statement that the U.S. is taking a “dangerous path” by “deliberately inciting tensions in relations between the nuclear powers,” adding that Washington’s European allies should also think about it.

While the accusations expose how much damage Russia can do in foreign lands, through remote hacking and on-site infiltration — they also expose how little Western countries can do to stop it.

Russia is already under EU and U.S. sanctions, and dozens of GRU agents and alleged Russian trolls have already been indicted by the U.S but will likely never be handed over to face American justice.

Still, to the Western public, Thursday may have been a pivotal day, with accusations so extensive, and the chorus of condemnation so loud, that it left little doubt of massive Russian wrongdoing. A wealth of surveillance footage released by Western intelligence agencies was quickly and overwhelmingly confirmed by independent reporting.

The litany of accusations of GRU malfeasance began overnight, when British and Australian authorities accused the Russian agency of being behind the catastrophic 2017 cyberattack in Ukraine. The malicious software outbreak knocked out ATMs, gas stations, pharmacies and hospitals and, according to a secret White House assessment recently cited by Wired, caused $10 billion in damage worldwide.

The British and Australians also linked the GRU to other hacks, including the Democratic Party email leaks and online cyber propaganda that sowed havoc before Americans voted in the 2016 presidential election.

Later Thursday, Dutch defense officials released photos and a timeline of GRU agents’ botched attempt to break into the chemical weapons watchdog using Wi-Fi hacking equipment hidden in a car parked outside a nearby Marriott Hotel. The OPCW was investigating a nerve agent attack on a former GRU spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter in Salisbury, England, that Britain has blamed on the Russian government. Moscow vehemently denies involvement.

Photographs released by the Dutch Ministry of Defense showed a trunk loaded with a computer, battery, a bulky white transformer and a hidden antenna; officials said the equipment was operational when Dutch counterintelligence interrupted the operation.

What Dutch authorities found seemed to be the work of an amateur. A taxi receipt in the pocket of one of the agents showed he had hired a cab to take him from a street next to GRU headquarters to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. A laptop found with the team appeared to tie them to other alleged GRU hacks.

The men were expelled instead of arrested, because they were traveling on diplomatic passports.

The Dutch also accused the GRU of trying to hack investigators examining the 2014 downing of a Malaysian Airlines jetliner over eastern Ukraine that killed all 298 people on board. A Dutch-led team says it has strong evidence the missile that brought the plane down came from a Russia-based military unit. Russia has denied the charge.

Later Thursday, the U.S. Justice Department charged seven GRU officers — including the four caught in The Hague — in an international hacking rampage that targeted more than 250 athletes, a Pennsylvania-based nuclear energy company, a Swiss chemical laboratory and the OPCW.

The indictment said the GRU targets had publicly supported a ban on Russian athletes in international sports competitions and because they had condemned what they called a state-sponsored doping program by Russia.

U.S. prosecutors said the Russians also targeted a Pennsylvania-based nuclear energy company and the OPCW.

The seven were identified as: Aleksei Morenets, 41; Evgenii Serebriakov, 37; Ivan Yermakov, 32; Artem Malyshev, 30; and Dmitriy Badin, 27; who were each assigned to Military Unit 26165, and Oleg Sotnikov, 46, and Alexey Minin, 46, who were also GRU officers.

The U.S. indictment says the hacking was often conducted remotely. If that wasn’t successful, the hackers would conduct “on-site” or “close access” hacking operations, with trained GRU members traveling with sophisticated equipment to target their victims through Wi-Fi networks.

The World Anti-Doping Agency, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the Canadian anti-doping agency were all identified by the U.S. indictment against the Russians.

WADA said the alleged hackers “sought to violate athletes’ rights by exposing personal and private data — often then modifying them — and ultimately undermine the work of WADA and its partners in the protection of clean sport.”

Travis Tygart, the CEO of the U.S. anti-doping agency and a prominent critic of Russian athletes’ drug use, says “a system that was abusing its own athletes with an institutionalized doping program has now been indicted for perpetrating cyberattacks on innocent athletes from around the world.”

Russia denied everything.

Konstantin Kosachev, the head of the foreign affairs committee in the upper house of Russian parliament, said the accusations were fake and intended to “delegitimize” a resurgent Russia. The West has picked up the GRU as “a modern analogue of the KGB which served as a bugaboo for people in the West during the Cold War,” he said.

Russia countered with accusations of their own: The Defense Ministry unveiled complex allegations that the U.S. has a clandestine biological weapons lab in the country of Georgia as part of a network of labs on the edges of Russia and China that flout international rules.

Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon called the accusations “an invention” and “obvious attempts to divert attention from Russia’s bad behavior on many fronts.”

The Associated Press, meanwhile, independently corroborated information that matches details for two of the alleged Russian agents named by the Dutch authorities.

An online car registration database in Russia showed that Aleksei Morenets, whose full name and date of birth are the same as one of the expelled Russians, sold his car in 2004, listing the Moscow address where the Defense Ministry’s Military University is based.

Alexey Minin, another Russian whose full name and date of birth match the Dutch details, had several cars, including an Alfa Romeo, that were registered and sold at the address where the Defense Ministry’s GRU school is located. In some of the filings, Minin listed the official military unit number of the GRU school as his home address.

___

Balsamo reported from Washington and Casert from Brussels. Raphael Satter in London, Nataliya Vasilyeva and Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow, Lorne Cook in Brussels and Eric Tucker in Washington contributed.

The Kavanaugh hearing seems designed to fail.
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Семен Слепаков рассказал кто и почему удалил его скандальный клип о геях из ГРУ – О Солсберецком шпиле – отравление Скрипаля – новости шоу-бизнеса
Vladimir Putin’s bungling spies outed 300 Russian agents because their Lada was registered to top-secret cyber HQ
 

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Поздравление с Днём учителя • Президент России
 

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События

Поздравление с Днём учителя

Владимир Путин поздравил всех российских учителей с Днём учителя.

09:40

В поздравлении, в частности, говорится:

«Нелёгкий, но благородный и востребованный труд учителя и наставника во все времена пользовался в нашей стране особым почётом. Именно от вас, вашей мудрости, терпения, самоотдачи во многом зависит личностное и профессиональное становление подрастающего поколения, активная общественная и жизненная позиция юных граждан.

Государство и впредь будет делать всё для повышения статуса учителя, укрепления социальных гарантий тех, кто трудится в сфере образования – ключевой для будущего России».

The coordinated witch-hunts do not solve the problems, the coordinated communications do. The pervasive, constantly present, the distinguishing, the defining, the hallmark feature of the recent operations is this “ham-handedness”. – M.N. – 6:08 AM 10/6/2018 | Global Security News
 

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The coordinated witch-hunts do not solve the problems, the coordinated communications do. The pervasive, constantly present, the distinguishing, the defining, the hallmark feature of the recent operations is this “ham-handedness”. – M.N. – 6:08 AM 10/6/2018

“The ham-handed attempted break-in — involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues — was the most stunning operation revealed Thursday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught…

What Dutch authorities found seemed to be the work of an amateur. A taxi receipt in the pocket of one of the agents showed he had hired a cab to take him from a street next to GRU headquarters to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. A laptop found with the team appeared to tie them to other alleged GRU hacks.” 

M.N.: This “ham-handedness”, the deliberate, demonstrative sloppiness, as if it were the invitation to be discovered, is the pervasive, constantly present, the distinguishing, the defining, the hallmark feature of ALL recent operations, including, very much so, the Operation Trump. This feature has to be addressed and investigated thoroughly, it might contain one of the main clues. It might indicate the possible set-up or the number of other explanations, which have to be explored. 

The “Russianness”, the Russian ethnic origins and the history of the service in the military or the GRU of the implied, suspected operators does not mean at all that they work for the GRU presently, or that their acts were authorised, approved, or specifically planned by the GRU. Importantly, they might have been selected by the third party (which I call the New Abwehr, under its leader, the Demiurge), and specifically for these traits: “Russianness” and the history of the GRU service. These suspects might be the completely unwitting semi-professional actors acting as the cover for the true designers. GRU is the very sophisticated and experienced, highly professional intelligence service, just like her counterparts, and they have their own professional ways of doing things without being ostentatious, also just like the others. 

However, everything is possible, and the version of the “face value”, “what you see is what you get” is legitimate and has to be investigated first of all, despite the lack of the credibility factor. 

My respectful recommendation to Gen. Gerasimov and Gen. Korobov is to try to reach out to their colleagues and to discuss these issues frankly and openly, in their broad range and in all the possible depth. The similar respectful recommendation to their colleagues, Gen. Dunford and Gen. Ashley, is to have these discussions and to try to make them productive. GRU is often compared with CIA, although nominally its counterpart is DIA. These interventions have to be approved on the highest levels, of course. 

By the way, I think that the non-travel sanctions specifically against Korobov and the others in this circle, who are not involved in commercial activities, are counterproductive and should be waved or cancelled. People need to travel, to meet, and to talk; and the present crisis is the result of the insufficient communications, not their abundance. 

Technically, it is also easier to keep track of them when they travel freely rather than clandestinely, which they do anyway. 

The coordinated witch-hunts do not solve the problems, the coordinated communications do. 

“Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov of Russia said in a statement that the U.S. is taking a “dangerous path” by “deliberately inciting tensions in relations between the nuclear powers,” adding that Washington’s European allies should also think about it.” 

Mr. Ryabkov, stop your nuclear dingle-dangle. You sound more like a fire-setter than a firefighter or diplomat. Do not threaten the others yourself, you sound excessively defensive. Try to comprehend, to truly understand the situation, and to find the ways of resolving it on the basis of this understanding. 

The delusional-grandiose attempts on Mr. Skripal’s part to influence the personnel policies of the GRU; as his revenge (if they exist), should also be considered as a factor, although, obviously, it will be left without any consequences. 

Mr. Skripal himself appears to be the highly intriguing, mysterious, complex person who might also contain many hidden clues. 

Michael Novakhov

10.6.18

Mike Nova’s Shared NewsLinks

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West Accuses Russian Spy Agency of Scores of Attacks
The Kavanaugh hearing seems designed to fail.
Germany demands that Russia halt campaign of cyberattacks
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Germany warns Russia over cyberattacks | News | DW
Iz ziz what the Demiurge and hiz New Abwehr want? Iz ziz what ziz Hullabaloo iz about? | “Russian spies are outed, but will heads roll in Moscow?” – from KPAX.com. – 6:57 PM 10/5/2018 | Russia News
Russian spies are outed, but will heads roll in Moscow?
Hospitalized Russian Spy Linked to Russia-UK Spy Wars
Probable Western Responsibility for Skripal Poisoning
total, ripe Russian Radish – Google Search
“Novichok” Postcard и “тотальная Русская Редиска: и не отгрызёшь, и не разгрызёшь… Тако, Ма…” | Russia News
Ex-MI5 Officer Sheds Light on ‘Narrative’ Behind Book on Skripal
“Novichok” Postcard – 2:00 PM 10/5/2018 | Global Security News
Three Lights Amber Alert: Operation “Novichok”! “Ukraine and her Intelligence Services (“Малой, The Junior, Der Jünger”) are finally kidnapped by the New Abwehr”, says the Demiurge. Малого украли! Call 9/11! | Russia News
Investigate what is and not what pleases! – 7:42 AM 10/5/2018 | Russia News
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The New Abwehr’s Set-up! | FBI News Review
The five key steps to catching the hapless, beer-guzzling GRU spies who now face global humiliation
The Salisbury Connections – 10.4.18 | Global Security News
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Why Germany Is Talking About Getting Its Own Nuclear Weapons
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West Accuses Russian Spy Agency of Scores of Attacks
mikenova shared this story .

LONDON — The West unleashed an onslaught of new evidence and indictments Thursday accusing Russian military spies of hacking so widespread that it seemed to target anyone, anywhere who investigates Moscow’s involvement in an array of criminal activities — including doping, poisoning and the downing of a plane.

Russia defiantly denied the charges, neither humbled nor embarrassed by the exceptional revelations on one of the most high-tension days in East-West relations in years. Moscow lashed back with allegations that the Pentagon runs a clandestine U.S. biological weapons program involving toxic mosquitoes, ticks and more.

The nucleus of Thursday’s drama was Russia’s military intelligence agency known as the GRU, increasingly the embodiment of Russian meddling abroad.

In the last 24 hours: U.S. authorities charged seven officers from the GRU with hacking international agencies; British and Australian authorities accused the GRU of a devastating 2017 cyberattack on Ukraine, the email leaks that rocked the U.S. 2016 election and other damaging hacks; And Dutch officials alleged that GRU agents tried and failed to hack into the world’s chemical weapons watchdog, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

The ham-handed attempted break-in — involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues — was the most stunning operation revealed Thursday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught.

“Basically, the Russians got caught with their equipment, people who were doing it, and they have got to pay the piper. They are going to have to be held to account,” U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said in Brussels, where he was meeting with NATO allies.

Mattis said the West has “a wide variety of responses” available.

Britain’s ambassador to the Netherlands, Peter Wilson, said the GRU would no longer be allowed to act with impunity.

Calling Russia a “pariah state,” British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “Where Russia acts in an indiscriminate and reckless way, where they have done in terms of these cyberattacks, we will be exposing them.”

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov of Russia said in a statement that the U.S. is taking a “dangerous path” by “deliberately inciting tensions in relations between the nuclear powers,” adding that Washington’s European allies should also think about it.

While the accusations expose how much damage Russia can do in foreign lands, through remote hacking and on-site infiltration — they also expose how little Western countries can do to stop it.

Russia is already under EU and U.S. sanctions, and dozens of GRU agents and alleged Russian trolls have already been indicted by the U.S but will likely never be handed over to face American justice.

Still, to the Western public, Thursday may have been a pivotal day, with accusations so extensive, and the chorus of condemnation so loud, that it left little doubt of massive Russian wrongdoing. A wealth of surveillance footage released by Western intelligence agencies was quickly and overwhelmingly confirmed by independent reporting.

The litany of accusations of GRU malfeasance began overnight, when British and Australian authorities accused the Russian agency of being behind the catastrophic 2017 cyberattack in Ukraine. The malicious software outbreak knocked out ATMs, gas stations, pharmacies and hospitals and, according to a secret White House assessment recently cited by Wired, caused $10 billion in damage worldwide.

The British and Australians also linked the GRU to other hacks, including the Democratic Party email leaks and online cyber propaganda that sowed havoc before Americans voted in the 2016 presidential election.

Later Thursday, Dutch defense officials released photos and a timeline of GRU agents’ botched attempt to break into the chemical weapons watchdog using Wi-Fi hacking equipment hidden in a car parked outside a nearby Marriott Hotel. The OPCW was investigating a nerve agent attack on a former GRU spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter in Salisbury, England, that Britain has blamed on the Russian government. Moscow vehemently denies involvement.

Photographs released by the Dutch Ministry of Defense showed a trunk loaded with a computer, battery, a bulky white transformer and a hidden antenna; officials said the equipment was operational when Dutch counterintelligence interrupted the operation.

What Dutch authorities found seemed to be the work of an amateur. A taxi receipt in the pocket of one of the agents showed he had hired a cab to take him from a street next to GRU headquarters to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. A laptop found with the team appeared to tie them to other alleged GRU hacks.

The men were expelled instead of arrested, because they were traveling on diplomatic passports.

The Dutch also accused the GRU of trying to hack investigators examining the 2014 downing of a Malaysian Airlines jetliner over eastern Ukraine that killed all 298 people on board. A Dutch-led team says it has strong evidence the missile that brought the plane down came from a Russia-based military unit. Russia has denied the charge.

Later Thursday, the U.S. Justice Department charged seven GRU officers — including the four caught in The Hague — in an international hacking rampage that targeted more than 250 athletes, a Pennsylvania-based nuclear energy company, a Swiss chemical laboratory and the OPCW.

The indictment said the GRU targets had publicly supported a ban on Russian athletes in international sports competitions and because they had condemned what they called a state-sponsored doping program by Russia.

U.S. prosecutors said the Russians also targeted a Pennsylvania-based nuclear energy company and the OPCW.

The seven were identified as: Aleksei Morenets, 41; Evgenii Serebriakov, 37; Ivan Yermakov, 32; Artem Malyshev, 30; and Dmitriy Badin, 27; who were each assigned to Military Unit 26165, and Oleg Sotnikov, 46, and Alexey Minin, 46, who were also GRU officers.

The U.S. indictment says the hacking was often conducted remotely. If that wasn’t successful, the hackers would conduct “on-site” or “close access” hacking operations, with trained GRU members traveling with sophisticated equipment to target their victims through Wi-Fi networks.

The World Anti-Doping Agency, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the Canadian anti-doping agency were all identified by the U.S. indictment against the Russians.

WADA said the alleged hackers “sought to violate athletes’ rights by exposing personal and private data — often then modifying them — and ultimately undermine the work of WADA and its partners in the protection of clean sport.”

Travis Tygart, the CEO of the U.S. anti-doping agency and a prominent critic of Russian athletes’ drug use, says “a system that was abusing its own athletes with an institutionalized doping program has now been indicted for perpetrating cyberattacks on innocent athletes from around the world.”

Russia denied everything.

Konstantin Kosachev, the head of the foreign affairs committee in the upper house of Russian parliament, said the accusations were fake and intended to “delegitimize” a resurgent Russia. The West has picked up the GRU as “a modern analogue of the KGB which served as a bugaboo for people in the West during the Cold War,” he said.

Russia countered with accusations of their own: The Defense Ministry unveiled complex allegations that the U.S. has a clandestine biological weapons lab in the country of Georgia as part of a network of labs on the edges of Russia and China that flout international rules.

Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon called the accusations “an invention” and “obvious attempts to divert attention from Russia’s bad behavior on many fronts.”

The Associated Press, meanwhile, independently corroborated information that matches details for two of the alleged Russian agents named by the Dutch authorities.

An online car registration database in Russia showed that Aleksei Morenets, whose full name and date of birth are the same as one of the expelled Russians, sold his car in 2004, listing the Moscow address where the Defense Ministry’s Military University is based.

Alexey Minin, another Russian whose full name and date of birth match the Dutch details, had several cars, including an Alfa Romeo, that were registered and sold at the address where the Defense Ministry’s GRU school is located. In some of the filings, Minin listed the official military unit number of the GRU school as his home address.

___

Balsamo reported from Washington and Casert from Brussels. Raphael Satter in London, Nataliya Vasilyeva and Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow, Lorne Cook in Brussels and Eric Tucker in Washington contributed.

The Kavanaugh hearing seems designed to fail.
mikenova shared this story from The New Republic.
Семен Слепаков рассказал кто и почему удалил его скандальный клип о геях из ГРУ – О Солсберецком шпиле – отравление Скрипаля – новости шоу-бизнеса
 

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Популярный российский комик и певец Семен Слепаков объяснил, почему из YouTube удалили его скандальное видео с песней “О Солсберецком шпиле”, которую он посвятил агентам ГРУ и отравителям Скрипаля.

Артист объяснил, что ролик о Руслане Боширове и Александре Петрове был незаконченной рабочей версией, которая просочилась в сеть через друзей. Об этом он написал на своей странице в Instagram, но вскоре удалил свой пост, сообщила Lenta.Ru.

По словам Слепакова, он накануне отправил друзьям закрытую ссылку, чтобы те оценили еще не вышедший клип, не публикуя его в открытом доступе. Кто именно слил композицию, он не знает.

“Это был мой рабочий материал. Незаконченный. В открытом доступе песни никогда не было. Через кого-то (он теперь, конечно, не признается) произошла утечка. Я попросил техподдержку удалить ссылку, чтобы остановить этот процесс, но все уже расползлось”, – отметил Семен, добавив, что компания “Газпром-медиа”, которую ранее заподозрили в требовании удалить видео, не при делах.

“Ролик удаляли по моей просьбе, как мою авторскую собственность”, – уточнил шоумен.

Также отметим, что завершать и выкладывать клип на своем канале Слепаков не планирует, поскольку его вариация уже распространилась в сети.

Видео с песней Слепакова об отравителях Скрипаля удалено из сети

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Как сообщал OBOZREVATEL, Сергея Скрипаля и его дочь отравили в Британии 4 марта нервно-паралитическим веществом “Новичок”. Официальный Лондон заявил, что за этим стоит Москва. Несмотря на то, что Скрипалей удалось спасти, инцидент спровоцировал международный скандал – многие страны мира начали высылку российских дипломатов.

Полиция Великобритании восстановила последовательность событий в день отравления. В преступлении подозревают россиян Руслана Боширова и Александра Петрова, которых камеры видеонаблюдения зафиксировали недалеко от дома Скрипалей в день покушения.

Позже они дали публичное интервью, в котором рассказали, что приезжали в Солсбери для осмотра достопримечательностей. А визит в этот город им якобы посоветовали друзья. Журналисты проанализировали рассказ Петрова и Боширова и нашли доказательства его лживости.

Госпогранслужба подтвердила возможное участие Чепиги в событиях на Майдане
 

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Подразделение полковника спецназа ГРУ РФ Анатолия Чепиги во время Революции Достоинства могло находится в Киеве и принимать активное участие в эскалации событий на Майдане.

Об этом Guildhall сообщил собственный источник вГосударственной пограничной службе Украины.

«В Государственной пограничной службе, к сожалению, нет прямых доказательств пребывания полковника спецназа ГРУ РФ Анатолия Чепиги в Украине во время событий Революции Достоинства», — сообщили в ГПСУ.

В то же время, источник подтвердил, что полковник Анатолий Чепига мог быть участником кровавых событий на Майдане, так как подразделения спецназа ГРУ РФ в период с января по февраль 2014 года находились в Украине и принимали активное участие в эскалации процессов Революции Достоинства.

«По нашей информации, подразделения российского спецназа с января по февраль (2014 года — ред.) находились в Киеве и проживали в отдельном доме на базе «Альфы». Полковник Анатолий Чепига, вероятно, был в их числе, но точно установить мы этого не можем, так как по указанию тогдашнего руководства страны, по прибытию, российские спецназовцы не проходили пограничного контроля, или каких-либо осмотров. Спецназ ГРУ РФ принимал активное участие в противоправных действиях против участников Революции, после чего, под видом украинских правоохранителей выехал на территорию Крыма», — сообщил источник в Госпогранслужбе Украины.

Напомним, ранее эту информацию в комментарии Guildhall подтвердил экс-руководитель Главного управления разведки Украины генерал-лейтенант Александр Скипальский.

The Nazi Downstairs: A Jewish Woman’s Tale of Hiding in Her Home
 

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Elsa Koditschek was living in a prosperous section of Vienna, near the foothills of the Alps, when the Nazis, who had annexed Austria, confiscated her home in 1940. A German officer, a squad leader in the SS, soon moved in.

Mrs. Koditschek, a Jew, was allowed to stay on, in an upstairs apartment, a tenant in her own house for about a year, until a deportation edict arrived ordering her to a bleak, uncertain future in a Polish ghetto. She fled instead, leaving behind her life’s possessions including the only major artwork she had ever purchased, a landscape by Egon Schiele.

For years, she hid in the homes of non-Jewish friends, according to an account she gave in dozens of letters written during and after the war. But she was ultimately desperate enough to seek refuge in the house the Nazis had seized from her, sneaking back in to live there in secrecy and silence with an upstairs tenant.

From there, she spied on the SS officer, Herbert Gerbing, watching through a window as he sat in the garden with his family. Probably unbeknown to her, while she hid upstairs, he was helping with the deportation of Jews across Europe.

“Who would think I would find myself sharing a roof with an SS officer?” she wrote later in a letter to her son, Paul, who had moved to New York years earlier.

Mrs. Koditschek’s Schiele was ultimately sold during the war, while she struggled to survive, and it has been sold several times since.

But her letters, handwritten on onionskin and intact after having been carefully packed away in a relative’s basement, helped the Koditschek family and researchers at Sotheby’s piece together the provenance of the painting. So this fall in New York, when it goes up for auction with an estimated value of $12 million to $18 million, Mrs. Koditschek’s heirs will share in the proceeds with its current owners.

“It’s so unusual to have a victim of Nazi theft or expropriation who writes everything down,” Lucian Simmons, the worldwide head of restitution at Sotheby’s, said. “Usually you’re trying to join the dots, but the dots are far apart.”

Mentions of the Schiele painting in the letters buttressed the provenance research by Mr. Simmons, who had approached the family in 2014 after independently finding indications that it had lost an important painting during the war. What followed were several years of negotiation with the current owners of the Schiele, Europeans who had bought it in the 1950s, that led to an agreement that will govern the sale next month of the work, “City in Twilight (The Small City II)” painted in 1913.

“It’s an important painting with a wonderful revolutionary abstract form,” Mr. Simmons said.

Perhaps more remarkable than the painting is the tale that accompanies it: the account of woman made vagabond by the Nazis who ended up returning to the very house from which she had been evicted, and living out the war there, just feet above one of her persecutors. Mrs. Koditschek survived the war, and related her account in many letters to her son, who died in 1974. But he seldom discussed those experiences in any detail, so relatives have only recently begun to unravel Mrs. Koditschek’s history by sifting through the correspondence. (Sotheby’s provided translations of excerpts from the letters.)

Their tone deepens as events evolve, according to Sarah Whites-Koditschek, a great-granddaughter, and turns grim in 1941 when the deportation order arrives. At that point, Ms. Whites-Koditschek said, “She’s just writing about whether she can find any way to escape.”

Steven Luckert, a historian with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, said that Mrs. Koditschek’s experience stood out even among the startling tales of Jews who had lived through the war hiding in Nazi-occupied cities. “The fact that she was living in the same house as someone who was in charge of deportations makes it even more extraordinary,” he said.

Mrs. Koditschek, the widow of a banker, had sent her son and daughter away to safety before Europe became engulfed in war. But she stayed behind in Vienna, living in the three-story home her husband had built in 1911. She lived on the first floor, below her longtime tenant, Sylvia Kosminski, who was known as “Aunt Sylvia” though she was not a relative.

When the Nazi and his family took over the first floor, Mrs. Koditschek moved to the second to share quarters with Aunt Sylvia, bringing with her, the Koditschek family believes, the Schiele painting.

The letters do not indicate that Mrs. Koditschek was particularly fearful of the Nazi she was living with. He occasionally summoned her to explain how things in the house worked. She described his demeanor as civil, even after she received “an ominous card” directing her to show up at a school to be deported to German-occupied Poland. When she asked the officer if the trip could be delayed, he replied that it could not, she wrote. But he painted a glowing portrait of what life would be like in the Lodz ghetto and offered a word of advice, suggesting she bring a minimum of belongings.

“This was a kind thing for him to say,” Mrs. Koditschek wrote, “because the luggage of most Jews was robbed even before they arrived at their destination. Also of course their lives.”

It does not seem, based on her letters, that Mrs. Koditschek had an inkling of Mr. Gerbing’s larger role in the deportation of Jews. Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust remembrance center, describes him as a key player in executing those policies and said he “participated in raids and arrests, and was reported to have been exceedingly brutal, at one case causing grievous injuries to detainees.”

When Mrs. Koditschek fled, she lived with a family named Heinz and spent virtually all of her time indoors, often hiding for hours behind a cupboard inside their apartment. She passed the lonely hours by practicing her English or playing chess against herself.

But her life there was disrupted in 1943, Mrs. Koditschek wrote, when Mr. Heinz came home one day “under the escort of some strange men” who began searching the apartment. She slipped away though an open door.

“I must have been wearing a magic cap of invisibility because the plainclothes men did not notice me,” she wrote, adding that as she roamed the streets that night, “people stared at me as if I was a ghost from another time.”

Under cover of darkness Mrs. Koditschek met Aunt Sylvia, and they returned to her home, rushing inside, she said in a letter, “when the coast was all clear.” For the next two years she lived a clandestine life there, sleeping on a makeshift bed and hiding whenever the doorbell rang.

Mr. Gerbing was not often home, she wrote. Historians have recorded that he had a role in deportation efforts in Paris, Slovakia and Thessaloniki. When he was away, Mrs. Koditschek noticed, Jewish laborers, marked by badges, would carry the plunder of war — furniture, a piano, clothing — into her home. “Wherever he stays,” Mrs. Koditschek wrote, “in Greece, in France, in Slovakia, he sends big boxes back with goods from each country.”

“If there was something that had to be repaired in the house,” she wrote, “the Jews came again, and they also labored in the garden.”

As compelling as the letters are, they leave much unanswered. How did Mrs. Koditschek completely avoid notice? Was Aunt Sylvia Jewish, and if so, how did she escape persecution?

Still, Ted Koditschek, Mrs. Koditschek’s grandson and a history professor emeritus at the University of Missouri, said in an interview that the correspondence is an invaluable resource for the family. “It is like a Rosetta Stone for a small group of people,” he said, adding, “There are still many questions that are unanswered and will remain that way.”

Just when the Schiele was sold is unclear, though Sotheby’s said it seems to have happened between 1941 and 1943. One of Mrs. Koditschek’s letters describes how Aunt Sylvia, who had supplied her with food while she hid, arrived one day at the Heinz apartment to say that she too now needed money and wanted permission to sell “the pictures.”

In a letter after the war, Mrs. Koditschek wrote to her son: “Aunt Sylvia sold your microscope, as well as the Schiele and the two Rugendas,” adding “Aunt Sylvia was actually repaid her loans to me twice over.”

Sotheby’s, which will earn a commission on the sale of the painting, has negotiated several similar deals between the heirs of Jews who lost art during the Holocaust and the current owners of paintings, solutions often meant to address complicated issues of ownership, ethics and international law. The auction house did not identify the current owners of the Schiele, who wanted to remain anonymous.

Mrs. Koditschek was still in her house in 1944 when the Allies bombed Vienna and in 1945 when she heard rumors that Mr. Gerbing had been killed by a mob in Prague. He never returned from that trip and the Russian army entered Vienna that year, ransacking her house, she wrote, as they passed.

Eventually, Mrs. Koditschek made her way to safety in Bern, Switzerland, where she died in 1961.

Mrs. Koditschek’s instincts about Poland probably saved her life, said Ms. Whites-Koditschek who believes her great-grandmother had somehow figured out what was happening to those people who were deported to the Lodz ghetto. “She must have heard what was happening there through her community,” she said.

Indeed, most of the Jews who lived or were shipped to Lodz went to death camps before the close of the war. By the time the Russians entered, a prewar Jewish population of about 250,000 had been reduced to fewer than 1,000.

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West Accuses Russian Spy Agency of Scores of Attacks
 

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LONDON — The West unleashed an onslaught of new evidence and indictments Thursday accusing Russian military spies of hacking so widespread that it seemed to target anyone, anywhere who investigates Moscow’s involvement in an array of criminal activities — including doping, poisoning and the downing of a plane.

Russia defiantly denied the charges, neither humbled nor embarrassed by the exceptional revelations on one of the most high-tension days in East-West relations in years. Moscow lashed back with allegations that the Pentagon runs a clandestine U.S. biological weapons program involving toxic mosquitoes, ticks and more.

The nucleus of Thursday’s drama was Russia’s military intelligence agency known as the GRU, increasingly the embodiment of Russian meddling abroad.

In the last 24 hours: U.S. authorities charged seven officers from the GRU with hacking international agencies; British and Australian authorities accused the GRU of a devastating 2017 cyberattack on Ukraine, the email leaks that rocked the U.S. 2016 election and other damaging hacks; And Dutch officials alleged that GRU agents tried and failed to hack into the world’s chemical weapons watchdog, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

The ham-handed attempted break-in — involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues — was the most stunning operation revealed Thursday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught.

“Basically, the Russians got caught with their equipment, people who were doing it, and they have got to pay the piper. They are going to have to be held to account,” U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said in Brussels, where he was meeting with NATO allies.

Mattis said the West has “a wide variety of responses” available.

Britain’s ambassador to the Netherlands, Peter Wilson, said the GRU would no longer be allowed to act with impunity.

Calling Russia a “pariah state,” British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “Where Russia acts in an indiscriminate and reckless way, where they have done in terms of these cyberattacks, we will be exposing them.”

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov of Russia said in a statement that the U.S. is taking a “dangerous path” by “deliberately inciting tensions in relations between the nuclear powers,” adding that Washington’s European allies should also think about it.

While the accusations expose how much damage Russia can do in foreign lands, through remote hacking and on-site infiltration — they also expose how little Western countries can do to stop it.

Russia is already under EU and U.S. sanctions, and dozens of GRU agents and alleged Russian trolls have already been indicted by the U.S but will likely never be handed over to face American justice.

Still, to the Western public, Thursday may have been a pivotal day, with accusations so extensive, and the chorus of condemnation so loud, that it left little doubt of massive Russian wrongdoing. A wealth of surveillance footage released by Western intelligence agencies was quickly and overwhelmingly confirmed by independent reporting.

The litany of accusations of GRU malfeasance began overnight, when British and Australian authorities accused the Russian agency of being behind the catastrophic 2017 cyberattack in Ukraine. The malicious software outbreak knocked out ATMs, gas stations, pharmacies and hospitals and, according to a secret White House assessment recently cited by Wired, caused $10 billion in damage worldwide.

The British and Australians also linked the GRU to other hacks, including the Democratic Party email leaks and online cyber propaganda that sowed havoc before Americans voted in the 2016 presidential election.

Later Thursday, Dutch defense officials released photos and a timeline of GRU agents’ botched attempt to break into the chemical weapons watchdog using Wi-Fi hacking equipment hidden in a car parked outside a nearby Marriott Hotel. The OPCW was investigating a nerve agent attack on a former GRU spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter in Salisbury, England, that Britain has blamed on the Russian government. Moscow vehemently denies involvement.

Photographs released by the Dutch Ministry of Defense showed a trunk loaded with a computer, battery, a bulky white transformer and a hidden antenna; officials said the equipment was operational when Dutch counterintelligence interrupted the operation.

What Dutch authorities found seemed to be the work of an amateur. A taxi receipt in the pocket of one of the agents showed he had hired a cab to take him from a street next to GRU headquarters to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. A laptop found with the team appeared to tie them to other alleged GRU hacks.

The men were expelled instead of arrested, because they were traveling on diplomatic passports.

The Dutch also accused the GRU of trying to hack investigators examining the 2014 downing of a Malaysian Airlines jetliner over eastern Ukraine that killed all 298 people on board. A Dutch-led team says it has strong evidence the missile that brought the plane down came from a Russia-based military unit. Russia has denied the charge.

Later Thursday, the U.S. Justice Department charged seven GRU officers — including the four caught in The Hague — in an international hacking rampage that targeted more than 250 athletes, a Pennsylvania-based nuclear energy company, a Swiss chemical laboratory and the OPCW.

The indictment said the GRU targets had publicly supported a ban on Russian athletes in international sports competitions and because they had condemned what they called a state-sponsored doping program by Russia.

U.S. prosecutors said the Russians also targeted a Pennsylvania-based nuclear energy company and the OPCW.

The seven were identified as: Aleksei Morenets, 41; Evgenii Serebriakov, 37; Ivan Yermakov, 32; Artem Malyshev, 30; and Dmitriy Badin, 27; who were each assigned to Military Unit 26165, and Oleg Sotnikov, 46, and Alexey Minin, 46, who were also GRU officers.

The U.S. indictment says the hacking was often conducted remotely. If that wasn’t successful, the hackers would conduct “on-site” or “close access” hacking operations, with trained GRU members traveling with sophisticated equipment to target their victims through Wi-Fi networks.

The World Anti-Doping Agency, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the Canadian anti-doping agency were all identified by the U.S. indictment against the Russians.

WADA said the alleged hackers “sought to violate athletes’ rights by exposing personal and private data — often then modifying them — and ultimately undermine the work of WADA and its partners in the protection of clean sport.”

Travis Tygart, the CEO of the U.S. anti-doping agency and a prominent critic of Russian athletes’ drug use, says “a system that was abusing its own athletes with an institutionalized doping program has now been indicted for perpetrating cyberattacks on innocent athletes from around the world.”

Russia denied everything.

Konstantin Kosachev, the head of the foreign affairs committee in the upper house of Russian parliament, said the accusations were fake and intended to “delegitimize” a resurgent Russia. The West has picked up the GRU as “a modern analogue of the KGB which served as a bugaboo for people in the West during the Cold War,” he said.

Russia countered with accusations of their own: The Defense Ministry unveiled complex allegations that the U.S. has a clandestine biological weapons lab in the country of Georgia as part of a network of labs on the edges of Russia and China that flout international rules.

Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon called the accusations “an invention” and “obvious attempts to divert attention from Russia’s bad behavior on many fronts.”

The Associated Press, meanwhile, independently corroborated information that matches details for two of the alleged Russian agents named by the Dutch authorities.

An online car registration database in Russia showed that Aleksei Morenets, whose full name and date of birth are the same as one of the expelled Russians, sold his car in 2004, listing the Moscow address where the Defense Ministry’s Military University is based.

Alexey Minin, another Russian whose full name and date of birth match the Dutch details, had several cars, including an Alfa Romeo, that were registered and sold at the address where the Defense Ministry’s GRU school is located. In some of the filings, Minin listed the official military unit number of the GRU school as his home address.

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Balsamo reported from Washington and Casert from Brussels. Raphael Satter in London, Nataliya Vasilyeva and Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow, Lorne Cook in Brussels and Eric Tucker in Washington contributed.

The Kavanaugh hearing seems designed to fail.
 

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On Thursday morning, the Department of Justice announced it was charging seven Russian intelligence agents—employed by the Russian Central Intelligence Agency equivalent, commonly known as the GRU—with hacking. The move came hot on the heels of British and Dutch officials accusing GRU agents of hacking investigations looking into chemical weapons attacks in Syria and the 2014 downing of an airliner over Eastern Ukraine.

The same morning, Bloomberg published a blockbuster report alleging that Chinese spies had pulled off a far-reaching hardware hack using microchips planted on the motherboards made by a company called Supermicro, which ended up being used by more than thirty firms. Bloomberg describes the hack as “the most significant supply chain attack known to have been carried out against American companies.”

Taken together, the three news stories illustrate that cyber-war is now a major battlefront between great powers.

In a press statement, the Department of Justice claimed that “beginning in or around December 2014 and continuing until at least May 2018, the conspiracy conducted persistent and sophisticated computer intrusions affecting U.S. persons, corporate entities, international organizations, and their respective employees located around the world, based on their strategic interest to the Russian government.”

Three of the seven Russian intelligence agents charged by the Department of Justice  were also charged by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for alleged hacking as part of Russian interference in the 2016 election.

At a NATO meeting in Brussels, British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson condemned alleged Russian cyber attacks on Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which Dutch officials claimed took place in April and were disrupted. Holland has expelled four Russian intelligence officers allegedly involved in the attack.

“This is not the actions of a great power,” Williamson said. “This is the actions of a pariah state, and we will continue working with allies to isolate them; make them understand they cannot continue to conduct themselves in such a way.”

The Bloomberg story on Chinese microchips shows that Russia is not the only cyber-war threat. As Bloomberg reports, when Amazon investigated servers sold to them by Elemental Technologies, which used the serves of Supermicro, they made a startling discovery: “Nested on the servers’ motherboards, the testers found a tiny microchip, not much bigger than a grain of rice, that wasn’t part of the boards’ original design. Amazon reported the discovery to U.S. authorities, sending a shudder through the intelligence community. Elemental’s servers could be found in Department of Defense data centers, the CIA’s drone operations, and the onboard networks of Navy warships. And Elemental was just one of hundreds of Supermicro customers.”

Germany demands that Russia halt campaign of cyberattacks
 

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Germany on Friday joined other Western countries in blaming Russia for engaging in a global campaign of cyber attacks against political institutions, businesses, media outlets and sports organizations.

“We have full confidence in the assessment of the British and Dutch authorities. The (German) government is also almost certain that the Russian GRU secret service is behind the APT28 campaign,” government spokesman Steffen Seibert said.

Advanced Persistent Threat 28 is another name used to describe the Sofacy or Fancy Bear hacking group.

Seibert said Germany believes successful attacks “could directly threaten free society, public safety and in principle our democracy” — and urged Moscow “to meet its responsibilities and cease such actions.”

Russia denies any involvement in the worldwide attacks.

On Thursday, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt accused Russia’s military intelligence agency GRU of carrying out various “reckless and indiscriminate” high-profile online attacks, according to Agence France-Presse.

Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre has “high confidence” that the GRU “almost certainly” targeted the US Democratic Party ahead of the 2016 presidential election, as well as last year’s attempted hacking of the World Anti-Doping Agency in Switzerland official said.

“This pattern of behavior demonstrates (the GRU’s) desire to operate without regard to international law or established norms and to do so with a feeling of impunity and without consequences,” Hunt said.

“Our message is clear: together with our allies, we will expose and respond to the GRU’s attempts to undermine international stability.”

In addition to APT28, Britain said the GRU was associated with several other hackers, including Pawnstorm, Sednit, CyberCaliphate, Cyber Berkut and Voodoo Bear, Reuters reported.

Australia joined Britain in its accusations, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Foreign Minister Marise Payne calling Russian online meddling “unacceptable.”

The Kremlin rejected the accusations that Russian spies were behind the cyber attacks.

“It’s some kind of a diabolical perfume cocktail (of allegations),” Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told reporters, TASS reported.

The latest allegations came a day after seven GRU officers were charged with carrying out an international hacking campaign on agencies and organizations that were investigating the country’s athlete doping program and the poisoning of a former KGB agent in Britain.

According to an indictment filed in Pennsylvania, the suspects conducted the cyber-attacks from 2014 through May using malware, spearfishing techniques and other high-tech weapons to steal information that was then circulated online.

Three of the seven had been indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors for hacking into the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election.

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The German government on Friday called on Russia to desist from carrying out cyberattacks in other countries, adding its voice to those of Britain and the Netherlands.

“We sharply condemn such attacks on international organizations and institutions of our allies and call on Russia to meet its responsibility and cease such actions,” government Spokesman Steffen Seibert said in Berlin.

He said that Germany, like Britain, believed that the Russian military intelligence agency GRU was, “with almost absolute certainty,” behind the APT28 cyberespionage campaign, which attacked a number of targets worldwide, including the German Bundestag and government data network. 

If such attacks were successful, Seibert said, they could directly threaten public security and “in principle also our democracy,” making it imperative that Germany ensured it was ready and able to take action in the digital sphere.

He emphasized the importance of working together with other states to defend against such attacks.

Read more: Cybersecurity: Why it’s ‘hard to protect yourself’ online

Growing evidence

On Thursday, the Netherlands and Britain went public with accusations that Russia was trying to damage Western democracies through cyberattacks. Among other things, Dutch authorities said they had prevented an attack by Russian hackers on The Hague-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in April.

Niederlande PK zu Russische Cyber-Spione des Landes verwiesen (picture-alliance/AP Photo/Dutch Defense Ministry)The Netherlands expelled four Russians it accused of trying to hack into the OPCW network

The OPCW, the UN’s chemical weapon’s watchdog, has been involved in investigations into the attempted killing of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal using the nerve agent Novichok and into alleged chemical attacks in Douma, Syria, by the Russia-backed Syrian regime.

Germany’s accusations come as evidence mounts of a worldwide cyber campaign targeting Western institutions launched by Russia. The US Justice Department announced after Thursday’s revelations that it had charged seven Russian military intelligence offices with hacking organizations including anti-doping agencies.

Russia has been revealed to have long run a state-sponsored athlete doping program, leading to several of its sportspeople being banned from participating in international events.

Moscow has denounced the allegations as products of “fantasy.”

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It looked like a spy agency’s worst nightmare: The unmasking of several agents, and the disclosure of sloppy tradecraft in what appeared to be a bungled intelligence operation.

But heads have yet to roll — at least not publicly — at the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency.

On Thursday, Western governments mounted a coordinated effort to unmask what they claimed were “brazen” efforts by GRU agents to sow chaos on foreign soil.

In a briefing Thursday, the Dutch government said it had foiled a “close-access hack operation” by the GRU aimed at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the world’s chemical-weapons watchdog. The Dutch claimed that the four alleged agents planned to travel next to an OPCW-accredited laboratory in Switzerland, but did not get there because their operation was intercepted.

That same day, Britain accused the GRU of carrying out a worldwide campaign of “malicious” cyberattacks, and the US Justice Department announced criminal charges against seven GRU officers, accusing them of involvement in an effort to deflect attention from Russia’s state-sponsored sports doping program.

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It looked like a spy agency’s worst nightmare: The unmasking of several agents, and the disclosure of sloppy tradecraft in what appeared to be a bungled intelligence operation.

But heads have yet to roll — at least not publicly — at the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency.

On Thursday, Western governments mounted a coordinated effort to unmask what they claimed were “brazen” efforts by GRU agents to sow chaos on foreign soil.

In a briefing Thursday, the Dutch government said it had foiled a “close-access hack operation” by the GRU aimed at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the world’s chemical-weapons watchdog. The Dutch claimed that the four alleged agents planned to travel next to an OPCW-accredited laboratory in Switzerland, but did not get there because their operation was intercepted.

That same day, Britain accused the GRU of carrying out a worldwide campaign of “malicious” cyberattacks, and the US Justice Department announced criminal charges against seven GRU officers, accusing them of involvement in an effort to deflect attention from Russia’s state-sponsored sports doping program.

The coordinated information dump revealed what appeared to be an embarrassing security breach for the GRU. Details in the Dutch briefing were particularly tantalizing: The head of Dutch counterintelligence named four alleged Russian GRU officers, noting that two of them had consecutive passport numbers, a potential red flag for intelligence agencies.

And then there was the taxi receipt: When detained, one of the alleged agents had a receipt for a trip to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport from Nesvizkhskiy Pereulok, a road bordering what Dutch counterintelligence said was a GRU facility.

The owner of the cab company confirmed to CNN that the receipt was authentic, but added that the driver couldn’t recall whether any of the men named were indeed the passengers. Such details provided fodder for online sleuths, and raised questions among some observers about the GRU’s level of professionalism.

Digital footprints

Unlike Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, the two Russians named by the UK as the suspects in the nerve agent attack earlier this year in Salisbury, England, the four men named by the Dutch on Thursday left more digital traces.

The Moscow Times even reported that Yevgeny Serebryakov, one of the Russian men accused of the attempted OPCW hack, appeared to be a participant in a Moscow amateur soccer league.

So how big a scandal is this in Russia, and how will it play? The case of Petrov and Boshirov proves instructive.

In early September, British authorities released the names of the two men, saying they were GRU agents traveling under aliases. Following the release of those names, Russian President Vladimir Putin described the two men as “civilians,” and encouraged them to come forward.

The following day, Russia’s state-owned RT aired an interview with the two men, who admitted traveling to Salisbury but denied working for the GRU. That prompted insinuations and jokes on Russian media about the sexual orientation of “Boshirov” and “Petrov” as well as their fondness for Gothic spires.

The RT interview was a weapon of mass distraction, turning the Salisbury poisoning into fodder for memes. But the information war continued: After the RT interview aired, the UK investigative website Bellingcat claimed to have identified “Boshirov” as a GRU colonel.

In the coming days, no doubt, we’ll learn more about the identities of the supposed GRU agents. But the Russian response has been to double down on accusations of “fake news.”

On Thursday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova called the UK allegations a “hellish perfume mix,” saying, “The rich imagination of our UK colleagues truly knows no limits. Who comes up with this?”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov played the same note on Friday. Western governments, he said, were driven by “hysteria” and “spy phobia” after the US, the Netherlands and Britain publicly unmasked the alleged Russian intelligence agents.

To be sure, the latest round of spy wars has not been consequence-free for Russia. The US and its allies expelled dozens of Russian diplomats in the wake of the Salisbury poisoning, and the fears of Russian meddling persist: US lawmakers are considering new sanctions to punish Russia over its interference in US elections.

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UPDATE: Stupidly I had forgotten this vital confirmation from Channel 4 News (serial rebel Alex Thomson) of the D Notice in place on mention of Pablo Miller.

Back then I did not realise what I now know, that the person being protected was Pablo Miller, colleague in both MI6 then Orbis Intelligence of Christopher Steele, author of the fabrications of the Trump/Russia golden shower dossier. That the government’s very first act on the poisoning was to ban all media mention of Pablo Miller makes it extremely probable that this whole incident is related to the Trump dossier and that Skripal had worked on it, as I immediately suspected. The most probable cause is that Skripal – who you should remember had traded the names of Russian agents to Britain for cash – had worked on the dossier with Miller but was threatening to expose its lies for cash.

ORIGINAL POST: This comment from Clive Ponting, doyen of British whistleblowers, appeared on my website and he has now given me permission to republish it under his full name:

I have been reading the blogs for some time but this is my first post. Like Craig I was a senior civil servant but in the ministry of defence not the fco. I had plenty of dealings with all three intelligence agencies. It seems to me that the reason none of the MSM are doing any investigating/reporting of the Salisbury affair, apart from official handouts, is that the government have slapped a D-Notice over the whole incident and it is not possible to report that a notice has been issued.
Here is another theory as to what happened. The Russians pardoned Skripal and allowed him to leave (spy agencies have an understanding that agents will always be swapped after an interval – it’s the only protection they have and helps recruitment). In the UK Skripal would have been thoroughly debriefed by MI6 and MI5 (his ex-handler lives near Salisbury). If at some point they discovered that Skripal was giving them false information, perhaps he was told to do so by the FSB as a condition of his release, lives may have been endangered/lost. If he also was also involved in the ‘golden showers’ dossier then elements in the US would have a reason to act as well. The whole incident was an inside job not to kill him, hence the use of BZ, but to give him a warning and a punishment. The whole thing is being treated as though the authorities know exactly what went on but have to cover it up.

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I meant to add that the policeman who ‘just happened’ to be around was almost certainly the special branch ‘minder’ who was keeping Yulia under surveillance. The media are not allowed to mention the existence of a D notice.

Those of us who have been in the belly of the beast and have worked closely with the intelligence services, really do know what they and the British government are capable of. They are not “white knights”.

I would add it has been very plain from day one that there is a D notice on Pablo Miller.

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Mr. (Emperor) Pu: “Не Малого, а Малую украли! Вроде той вот что позади меня (Nice Abwehr Girl!). И это давно уже не новость, так что звонить и не кому. А я бы им и вабще бы не позвонил, такой Бардак!
И Барак – Бардак, и Бардак – Барак! Одним словом, полный красный бурак!
Что я сказал: “Бурак” или “Дурак”, а то я уже сам не помню… 
Вы там всё правильно записывайте, чтобы не было ошибок в истории. В нашей истории болезни, так сказать. Или в болезне нашей истории. Я уже совсем запутался, но только вы это не записывайте. В истории тоже должны остаться свои белые пятна, хоть для какой-то чистоты.
И Бардак, и Бурак, и Дурак, и всё остальное. И не Бурак даже, а тотальная Русская Редиска: и не отгрызёшь, и не разгрызёшь… Тако, Ма…” 
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The Russian embassy in London believes a book by a BBC editor about former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal based on last year’s interviews is used in lieu of his testimony on the events of last March. Annie Machon, former MI5 Intelligence Officer has discussed ‘The Skripal Files’ by Mark Urban with Sputnik.

Sputnik: What do you think about a possible connection between Mark Urban, Pablo Miller and Sergei Skripal?

Annie Machon: I think there’s a likelihood there would be a connection between Mark Urban, Pablo Miller and Skripal. And also the fact that Miller was being named in the press in the immediate aftermath of the poisoning of Sergei Skripal way back at the beginning of March and then it was censored from the media under the D-notice system. And yes, people who serve together in the military and in intelligence often carry on communication, contacts, that sort of thing. And particularly, if you’re someone who is working as a journalist for the BBC, you want to keep any connections you still have within that world in order to get some stories and in order to verify stories.

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Sputnik: Is there more to Mark Urban’s role than simply a BBC journalist?

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Annie Machon:

 So I don’t think Mark Urban has made much of a secret about the fact that he started his career in military intelligence, certainly in the army, and he has gone on to be become a very respected BBC journalist with very good connections to the intelligence agencies and has broken a number of quite hard-hitting stories against these intelligence agencies over the last couple of decades. But yes, he does have very good access to them; they would see him as a useful conduit to put out stories and spin stories and massage what goes out in the media coming out of the intelligence agencies. It’s a sort of two-way process which is good for the journalists but also good for the intelligence agencies as they might get some good coverage. Having said that, Mark has broken a number of stories which have been quite antagonistic to the intelligence agencies too. So I think perhaps he just got lucky here. He might have an old contact who might have put him in contact with Sergei Skripal. He got some interviews which have allowed him to produce a book about a man who is world famous now because of the attack he was subjected to earlier this year.

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Sputnik: What the purpose would be for Mark Urban to produce this book at the current time?

Annie Machon: I think it’s confirming the narrative that has been evolving ever since the attack happened in March in Salisbury. And a lot of information has been coming out now which seems to indicate that it must be the Russians, it certainly was these two people that have been identified by intelligence agencies, and yet we still have no hard evidence. Now people will turn round and say ‘well, you won’t get hard evidence because it’s intelligence’ but in this case, it was a police investigation and they have had months to carry out a forensic investigation. And the fact that both the Skripals have now disappeared and not allowed to make public statements  — apart from that very regimented interview that Yulia did a couple of months ago – I think tells its own tale. I am getting increasingly concerned about how the narrative, which is mainly based on a lot of speculation, mainly coming out of conspiracy websites like Bellingcat is now being, sort of, ossified into ‘this must have happened, this is real, true fact’ rather than just speculation because it’s damaging at a very sensitive time the relations between Britain and Russia.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect Sputnik’s position.

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Ukraine and her Intelligence Services (“Малой, The Junior, Der Jünger”) are finally kidnapped by the New Abwehr, says the Demiurge. 

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Ukraine and her Intelligence Services (“Малой, The Junior, Der Jünger”) are finally kidnapped by the New Abwehr, says the Demiurge.

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Note the three steady amber lights: this is the highest  degree of the child kidnapping alert.

“Ukraine and her Intelligence Services (Малой, The Junior, Der Jünger) are finally kidnapped by the New Abwehr”, says the Demiurge. 

Ukraine was called “Malorossiya”: a small, “junior” Russia. 

Mr. Skripal called the Ukranians “the  herd of sheep” in need of a Shepard. His opinions, kept warm for the upcoming book ordered by the Demiurge, were sent to the Ukranians for the review and rebuttal, and the rebuttal they did, under the wise guidance of the New Abwehr. 

“Choke”, they said to Skripal. “Nova Rossiya” spells “Novi Chok”, they said. “And now you will or will not know, who really did it”, said the Chechens. 

“I know everything”, said the Demiurge. “Because I arrange everything.” 

Well, we should not assassinate Junior any further, there is a much more interesting issue and the set of questions on the horizon. 

Are there any adults in this room? Or no one has any shame left, after all these shamings? Or did everything become so mixed and so intermixed that it simply does not matter much?

“Very controlling, German-Jewish way of running the people’s lives”,  thought Mike Nova. “Abwehr was a very Jewish Lady, after all… With the somewhat suspicious Habsburg Jaw…” 

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Глава украинского МВД Арсен Аваков передал своему британскому коллеге информацию о причастности полковника российской разведки Анатолия Чепиги к событиям 2014 года на Украине. Эту версию накануне озвучил журналист Сергей Канев

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Глава МВД Украины Арсен Аваков на встрече с британским коллегой Беном Уоллесом подтвердил, что Киев считает одного из подозреваемых в участии в отравлении Сергея Скрипаля причастным к бегству Януковича из страны в 2014 году. Об этом говорится в пресс-релизе МВД Украины по итогам переговоров двух стран.

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“A scrap of paper found by Dutch investigators shows that Russian spy Alexei Morenetz, 41, paid 842 roubles, or £9.60, to travel the 20 miles from the city’s Nesvizhskiy Pereulok street to Sheremetyevo Airport, just north of the capital…”

It is extremely rare, practically nonexistent, that someone pay for the cab ride in Moscow by charging the credit card, with the receipt that so conveniently popped up later. 

“After landing in Amsterdam, the group bought equipment that would later be used in their hacking attempts.

Receipts show that at 4.14pm they spent almost £200 on batteries and power supplies that would later be used to run laptops and mobiles used in the hack attempt.”

The similar comment regarding them buying the spying equipment in Amsterdam by charging the credit card and also keeping the receipt that also so conveniently for the investigators, popped up later, after they were apprehended. 

This indicates, that most likely it is the set-up by the New Abwehr to mislead the investigation.

No one concerned about being discreet (the least for the spies) would pay for anything by the credit card. This was done deliberately and on purpose: to leave the footprints which could be easily identified later.

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“Investigators found the issue numbers on the passports belonging to Morenetz and Serebriakov were sequential – suggesting they were printed at exactly the same time…”

The sequential passport numbers is the more interesting issue. Most likely, the Russian passports issuing and printing system were supplied to the Russians by their German friends who retained the degree of the cyber control over this system and the ability to spy on it and/or to manipulate it. They also use the abundance of the German agents on the all levels of the Russian Government and the Security organisations to get, to plant, to set up, etc., etc., anything they want.

The Bellingcat report also looks like the New Abwehr set-up, it looks like it is based entirely on the masterminds’ (the New Abwehr’s) deliberate leak.

Their “facial recognition research” is not convincing at all, it will not withstand the simple and regular scientific scrutiny, it is just the phony-baloney.

3.

The pitch and intensity of this “anti-Russian spying campaign” reminds of another, well masked, New Abwehr’s propaganda campaigns: the McCarthyism. The pungent scent of the Witch-hunt and the public duping on a massive scale, the hallmark of the Abwehr’s operations.

I am very, very far from being “pro-Russian, pro-Putin, or pro-GRU”. But fair is fair and the truth is the truth; and there is no need for the misleading, distracting, and self-defeating witch-hunts. You always pay for them dearly later.

“Investigate what is, not what pleases!”

The crude and primitive character, the “half-heartedness” of these set-ups might indicate that the New Abwehr wants to be discovered. They want to be recognized, and, possibly, accepted. It also indicates that they run on empty, they exhausted their supply of ideas and techniques inherited from the petite Admiral Canaris.

I also have to say that Kremlin is rather inept in defending itself. Ms. Zakharova makes you cringe and gives you the bad case of irresistible muscles twitches, scratching, and vomiting; and the others are not much better. Maybe, she, the Novichok, transmits her stuff telepathically, on a distance.

Wo da u zink?!

Michael Novakhov

10.5.18

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It is extremely rare, practically nonexistent, that someone pay for the cab ride in Moscow by charging the credit card, with the receipt that so conveniently popped up later.  The similar comment regarding them buying the spying equipment in Amsterdam by charging the credit card and also keeping the receipt that also so conveniently for the investigators, popped up later, after they were apprehended. This indicates, that most likely it is the set-up by the New Abwehr to mislead the investigation.  Michael Novakhov – 5:46 AM 10/5/2018

“The following day, one of his GRU colleagues jumped in a taxi outside a GRU barracks in Moscow and headed towards the airport.

A scrap of paper found by Dutch investigators shows that Russian spy Alexei Morenetz, 41, paid 842 roubles, or £9.60, to travel the 20 miles from the city’s Nesvizhskiy Pereulok street to Sheremetyevo Airport, just north of the capital… 

Investigators found the issue numbers on the passports belonging to Morenetz and Serebriakov were sequential – suggesting they were printed at exactly the same time… 

After landing in Amsterdam, the group bought equipment that would later be used in their hacking attempts.

Receipts show that at 4.14pm they spent almost £200 on batteries and power supplies that would later be used to run laptops and mobiles used in the hack attempt.”

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Michael Novakhov comments: 

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It is extremely rare, practically nonexistent, that someone pay for the cab ride in Moscow by charging the credit card, with the receipt that so conveniently popped up later. 

The similar comment regarding them buying the spying equipment in Amsterdam by charging the credit card and also keeping the receipt that also so conveniently for the investigators, popped up later, after they were apprehended. 

This indicates, that most likely it is the set-up by the New Abwehr to mislead the investigation. 

No one concerned about being discreet (the least for the spies) would pay  for anything by the credit card. This was done deliberately and on purpose: to leave the footprints which could be easily identified later. 

2.

The sequential passport numbers is the more interesting issue. Most likely, the Russian passports issuing and printing system were supplied to the Russians by their German friends who retained the degree of the cyber control over this system and the ability to spy on it and/or to manipulate it. They also use the abundance of the German agents on the all levels of the Russian Government and the Security organisations to get, to plant, to set up, etc., etc., anything they want. 

Michael Novakhov

10.5.18

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