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August 3, 2005

Putin Orders Special Forces to Belarus as Polish Army Units Mass on Border, Preemptive Strikes on EU Possible Say Russian Generals

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

In a seemingly surreal replay of last century’s World War I where an assassination in Yugoslavia lit the fires of Global War, so today is the world brought closer to Global War over the actions of Poland’s massing of troops on the border of Belarus today, and to which President Putin has ordered the Russian Military Authorities to defend ‘at all costs’ as Belarus is considered by Putin to be a part of Russia, and as we can read as reported by the RIA Novosti News Service in their article titled "Putin in favor of Russia-Belarus union state" and which says;

"President Vladimir Putin spoke in favor of the unification of Russia and Belarus at his meeting with the Nashi (Ours) political youth movement at the Zavidovo state residence. "Russia needs the union. We need it in a geopolitical sense and most important of all, we are a single nation on the whole," Putin said. "We do not want to offend those who value Belarusian culture, language and history, which we are proud of as well. However, in a broad sense, we are a single nation and we will only benefit if we unite, having gained advantages in relations with other countries," he said."

Bitterly opposed to this union of Russia and Belarus, both the European Union and the United States have increased their propaganda and military preparations for invasion utilizing Belarus neighbor Poland, and who in these past weeks have agitated against Belarus, and as we can read as reported Guardian Unlimited News Service in their article titled "Poland gets tough with Europe's last dictator" and which says;

"A bitter row between Poland and Belarus over human rights, alleged espionage and democracy escalated yesterday when Belarussian police special forces stormed and seized a Polish community building near the country's border with Poland. The Polish government responded by withdrawing its ambassador from Minsk. The dispute between the two countries pits the authoritarian regime of Belarus's president, Alexander Lukashenko - dubbed Europe's last dictator - against Nato and EU member Poland, which is crusading for greater democracy in the countries of the former Soviet Union."

So vile have the attacks against Russia and Belarus by the Government of Poland become that the Polish Government is now condoning to the beating of Russian children, and as we can read as reported by the Itar-Tass News Service in their article titled "Poland doesn’t have to apologize for beaten children" and which says, "Poland does not have to apologize for the assault on children of Russian diplomats, head of the Polish presidential administration Waldemar Dubanowski said on the radio on Tuesday. He said such incidents could happen anywhere and they do not require any political gestures like apologies. About 15 young men shouted anti-Russian slogans and battered three children of Russian diplomats and a child from Kazakhstan in Warsaw on Sunday evening."

Apparently forgotten by the Polish Government is the high regard Russia values its children, and as articulated by President Putin and reported by the Guardian Unlimited News Service in their article titled "Putin angry over Poland muggings" and which says, "Vladimir Putin reacted angrily yesterday to news that three teenage sons of Russian diplomats serving in Warsaw had been beaten and robbed of their mobile phones in a park in the Polish capital. President Putin called it an "unfriendly act that cannot be characterized as anything other than a crime"."

So tense has the situation now become that the Government of Belarus has ordered all diplomats children in Poland to come home, and as we can read as reported by the Government of Belarus in their official statement titled "Majority of Belarusian diplomats working in Poland send their children home" and which says;

"The majority of the Belarusian diplomats working in Poland have sent their children back home, BelTA was informed by spokesman of the Belarusian embassy in Warsaw Vsevolod Glushakov. He has noted that his 15-year-old daughter Anastasia went home when a group of people in black T-shirts holding candles and shouting slogans appeared by the embassy and the mission started getting threatening calls insulting the diplomats and Belarusian authorities. The children of Russian diplomats who were attacked by Polish bandits went to the same school as Anastasia. When the father called the girl and told her what happened she was shocked. Anastasia is worrying about the boys who are still in hospital.

Vsevolod Glushkov noted that Russia demanded an official apology from Poland and sent a strong note to the foreign ministry of the country. The Polish authorities’ response was that Russia was aggravating the situation around the incident. According to the official, the anti-Russian sentiment in the Polish mass media is fanned alongside with the campaign aimed against Belarus. At present there is a 24-hour police post near the Belarusian embassy in Warsaw. Moreover, necessary measures have been taken to protect children of Belarusian diplomats who are still staying in Poland as well as all the employees of the diplomatic mission, Vsevolod Glushkov stressed."

The Government of Belarus has also begun a crackdown of the Polish activists fermenting rebellion, and as we can read as reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled "Belarus Arrests Heads of Polish Group" and which says, "Belarusian police arrested two leaders of an ethnic Polish cultural group on Tuesday after seizing the group‘s headquarters, raising already heightened tensions between the neighboring countries. Poland‘s Foreign Ministry declined comment on the arrests. Last week, it recalled its ambassador from the capital, Minsk, in protest of what it called heavy-handed tactics against the Polish community.

The former president of the cultural organization, Tadeusz Gawin, was sentenced to 15 days in jail for publishing a manifesto against government attempts to wrest control of the organization. The Belarusian ambassador in Warsaw said he had been urged by his government to ease the friction that has been worsening over the last weeks. Authorities in Minsk are worried about the ethnic Polish minority of about 500,000 — or 5 percent of the population — concentrated in Western Belarus. Lukashenko has accused them of trying to foment revolution ahead of elections next year. Casey said that in the past two months, Belarus has closed 80 percent of the local offices of three major parties, jailed activists, and levied massive fines against the few remaining independent newspapers."

Not since Hitler’s Nazi Germany has Europe seen such blatant provocations against a sovereign nation with the design to capture its territory because of an ethnic population difference, and which Hitler deemed his reason for invading Poland itself to ‘free’ its German ‘citizens’ living under Polish tyrannical rule.  But not to remember the horrors of the last Global War, Poland wants to relive those times, and as evidenced by their provocations as reported by the Xinhua News Service in their article titled “Chief of Polish House of Representatives warns of expelling Belarus' ambassador" and which says;

"Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz, speaker of the Polish House of Representatives, said Friday that he did not exclude the possibility of declaring Belarus' ambassador persona non grata. Cimoszewicz told the Polish Press Agency that the recall of Polish ambassador to Belarus proved the degradation of bilateral ties. On Thursday, the Polish government declared that it would recall its ambassador to Belarus Cimoszewicz said that the time to declare Belarus' ambassador persona non grata might come soon.

Relations between Warsaw and Minsk have soured amid pressure from Poland for democratic reforms in Belarus, a mission Belarus suspects is backed by the United States and other Western forces. The rhetoric intensified as Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko accused an organization that represents the large ethnic Polish community in western Belarus of working to foment a pro-Western revolt ahead of the elections next year."

To the United States Military Government ever eager to capture more European countries to provide oil pipelines through from Central Asia their propaganda response is typical, and as we can read as reported by the News Blaze News Service in their article titled "US Condemns Belarus Action Against Union of Belarusian Poles" and which says;

"The Union of Poles in Belarus, Belarus' biggest independent non-governmental organization, has been targeted by the Belarus government. Union members have been arrested and the organization's newspaper closed. The Polish government accused Belarus of purposely creating tension after the expulsion of three Polish diplomats. The U.S. State Department issued the following statement: "The United States condemns the actions taken by the Belarusian government against the Union of Belarusian Poles. The arrest of the Union ’s members, the closure of its newspaper, and use of riot police to seize the Union’s office are part of a continuing pattern of harassment against those seeking to peacefully express their views." "In the past two months Belarus has closed 80 percent of the local offices of three major parties, jailed activists, and levied massive fines against the few remaining independent newspapers. The United States calls on Belarus’ leadership to end these abuses and to respect the rights of the Belarusian people."

The complete and utter hypocrisy of these words of the American Military Government is shown most clearly by today’s Washington Post News Service article titled "Documents Tell of Brutal Improvisation by GIs" and which says, "Iraqi Maj. Gen. Abed Hamed Mowhoush was being stubborn with his American captors, and a series of intense beatings and creative interrogation tactics were not enough to break his will. On the morning of Nov. 26, 2003, a U.S. Army interrogator and a military guard grabbed a green sleeping bag, stuffed Mowhoush inside, wrapped him in an electrical cord, laid him on the floor and began to go to work. Again.

It was inside the sleeping bag that the 56-year-old detainee took his last breath through broken ribs, lying on the floor beneath a U.S. soldier in Interrogation Room 6 in the western Iraqi desert. Two days before, a secret CIA-sponsored group of Iraqi paramilitaries, working with Army interrogators, had beaten Mowhoush nearly senseless, using fists, a club and a rubber hose, according to classified documents. The sleeping bag was the idea of a soldier who remembered how his older brother used to force him into one, and how scared and vulnerable it made him feel. Senior officers in charge of the facility near the Syrian border believed that such "claustrophobic techniques" were approved ways to gain information from detainees, part of what military regulations refer to as a "fear up" tactic, according to military court documents."

Belarus jails for 15 days one of its rebellious citizens, the United States beats a 56 year old Prisoner of War to death and the American peoples wonder why their Military Leaders have to issue warnings to them about traveling to other parts of the world, and of which another one has been issued today, and as we can read as reported by the Washington Post News Service in their article titled "Americans Are Warned About Overseas Travel" and which says; "The State Department issued an updated worldwide caution on terrorism yesterday, warning Americans about the threat of extremist violence against U.S. citizens and interests abroad. The warning did not list countries, nor did department officials offer any additional specifics about threats."

As Russian Special Forces Soldiers begin their deployment on the Belarus-Polish Frontier, one Russian General has remarked that the use of preemptive attacks against these Polish aggressors is not out of the question as President Putin just this past week has ordered the Russian Military Forces to prepare for, and as we can read as reported by the Russian Gateway News Service in their article titled "Putin calls for preemptive anti-terror strikes" and which says;

"Russian president Vladimir Putin urged the interior ministry to launch preemptive strikes against terrorists. “Your actions in this direction should be of a preemptive nature,” he told a gathering of interior ministry officers today. “Recent explosions in London, terrorist attacks in Iraq, Turkey, Israel, the latest bombing in Egypt, crimes against local authorities in the Chechen Republic and Dagestan show that terrorism is the number one threat in the world,” the head of state was quoted as saying by Rossiya television. He called on the interior ministry to focus on “protecting the rights and freedoms of Russian citizens, preventing attacks on their legally acquired property and assisting in the creation of a favorable business climate in the country.”

As is always the circumstance in these events also is the American peoples themselves not being allowed to know these things by their much controlled propaganda media organs, and which are built upon those very same structures invented by Nazi Germany to the suppression of the German peoples knowing how feared and hated they truly were by the world.  But sadly, and like those Germans from last century, the American peoples today substitute entertainment for news, knowing much more about their movie and pop star icons than they do of world events.

And like the German peoples discovered during the last Global War, the devastation these American peoples will suffer will also come to them as a complete surprise.

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