Re: [Death To Religion] Addendum: to Ricky Barnes Tip
- Hi Rick: Tip
I wanted to ask your opinion about the Russian Mafia and
the Balkans War over Kosovo. Tito once called Albania, "The little
troublemaker in the region", and I'm considering a connection
between Albania's shift from Stalin to China's version of Communism
(Mao tse tung) during the Cold War, and also during the Cuban Missal
Crises. An apparent shift also (reprisals by the Soviets vs Albania)
took place in the Balkans during the Kosovo Campaign, a political
shift away from China, back to Russia.
I've been told by some analysts that the Russian Mafia and the
Italian Mafia were both involved in the terrible stockmarket crash,
that began the "unrest and the revolution", before the Kosovo Balkan
War began. During that NATO Military action, the Chinese Embassy was
hit by a NATO plane. (Is this paranoia?)
--- In email@example.com, "Ricky Barnes"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Don TiptonAmericanism
> <gizzard2003@y...> wrote:
> > Hi again, Maurice: Tip My site is called-
> > It is one of the yahoo groups, and I use it to promote
> and to support our military forces. I guess my approach may seem amilitary
> bit political, but after the Clinton years, downgrading our
> and dumbing down the public schools in new socialist & culturalnational
> revolution for 8 yrs, I thing a bit of conservatism may not be too
> bad. I absolutly dispise the UN and would really like to get
> another whack in on the Russians, but I'm 72 now and have to get
> along with a slug of redeye and my memories of what I did to the
> bastards when I had the chance. I don't think the Russians really
> changed from communism, after all Major Vadimir Putin is their
> president after Boris Yeltsin got drunk one day, over their
> decay. Moscow has the worst case of AIDS in this world, thencomes
> Africa, China and Cuba. Talk about lack of standards, eh? BestRussian
> regards, Tip
> Hey Tip!
> What do you know about Russian organized crime? Part of my
> professional experience both in the military and as a civilian
> involved investigations relating to Russian and east european
> organized crime. It's probably the severest problem for the
> people and the Russian government (some would say the governmentand
> organized crime are the same), but it has spread beyond theborders
> of Russia and eastern europe and is definitely a problem here inthe
> good ole U.S of A. These guys aren't your usual hood, these guysof
> are brutal beyond the usual use of "brutal" when used with thugs.
> Actually better terms are "vicious" or "evil" (in the worst sense
> that word). It took a while for the crime bosses of the U.S. tothe
> adopt technology (namely computer technology), but these Russian
> crime boys and girls absolutely rely on it. They are presently
> greatest threat to online security.
> Anyway, I'm just curious what experiences you might have had with
> it. I'm always looking to learn more about them because of my
> general interest in anything "Russian."
> Hope you and yours are well.