>Middle East File: Soviet client Saddam Hussein executed; Russia accuses USA of "murdering" deposed dictator; Tatarstan reds: RSFSR still exists

>Today the new Safawide have obeyed the orders of the Criminal crusader George Bush by executing the symbol of your honor and your dignity, the leader of the believers in God and in the Arabism the father of the Arab and the Muslim martyrs, in modern times: Saddam Hussein.

Saddam Hussein is no more a prisoner in the hands of the enemy but he has become a prison for the enemy and a stimulant to mobilize millions of Arabs in the holy Jihad march against the crusaders, Safawides and Zionists.

Communique, Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party of Iraq (clandestine), December 30, 2006

Deposed Ba’athist dictator Saddam Hussein met a fitting end on December 30, with a noose around his neck. There’s not much justice left in the world, but the Iraqi government demonstrated some of it that day. I trust that the Moscow-Beijing Axis is taking stock of its impending fate, which might be the reason for its whining response to Saddam’s execution, reported below.

America murdered Saddam, says Russia
Accuses U.S. of being the cause of crisis
Vladimir Radyuhin

The Hindu, January 1, 2007

MOSCOW: Russia has accused the United States of “murdering” Saddam Hussein and being the cause of the crisis and violence in Iraq, in the strongest yet attack on the U.S.-led occupation of that country.

The execution of the former Iraqi President has led to the escalation of violence in Iraq, said the Russian Foreign Ministry in a statement released on Sunday.

“The hasty and cruel execution, shamelessly broadcast to the world by its inspirers will deepen the split in Iraqi society even further. Instead of the much-needed national reconciliation and accord, the Iraqi people are facing a new wave of fratricidal conflict and casualties,” the statement said.

“This fact must be recognised by all those who have sent troops to Iraq and whose coalition `liberation mission’ has been crowned with the murder of the former President,” it said.

“They bear full responsibility for what is happening in that country, and for the blunt trampling of humanistic values they are zealously teaching others.”

A statement from the Communist Party of the Union (of Russia and Belarus, CPU) denounces the USA as the chief perpetrator behind the downfall of Iraqi Ba’athism: “There is no doubt whatever, that from the execution Saddam Hussein the peoples of peace will draw their conclusion: ‘Thus far it is not late, to be combined in order to bury American neo-fascism.'” The operations of the CPU have, for the most part, been absorbed into those of the restored Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU).

911, Iraq, and Soviet Communism

The GRU/StB-BIS/Mukhabarat/PLO/Al Qaeda joint military operation commonly known as the “September 11, 2001 terror attacks” was responsible, as we have blogged in months past, for luring the USA into the Afghanistan/Iraq quagmire–for the purposes of inflaming Muslim hostility against the West, fomenting Islamo-Marxist terrorism, underming the legitimacy of American patriotism and the Bush Administration, and eroding US military preparedness. This position is predicated on the contention that the Soviet Union still exists. Well, it does.

Another statement from the Communist Party of the Republic of Tatarstan (CPRT) recently referred to the Russian Federation, of which Tatarstan is a part, as the “RSFSR,” meaning the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic. This entity, along with the other Not-So-Former Soviet republics, was supposedly dismantled in December 1991. “The stable and dynamic development of the economy of republic Belarus’ causes irritation in the present authorities of the RSFSR,” the Tatarstan comrades gush, “and an improvement in the standard of living of Belorussians causes white envy in all former citizens of the USSR.”

Since the restoration of the CPSU in February 2004, Soviet communists haved repeatedly affirmed that the USSR continues to legally exist. The CPRT insist that the “Washington-controlled Putinist-Chekist-Surkovist-Gryzlovist clique” in the Kremlin is endeavoring to undermine the Union State of Russia and Belarus–a building block in the long-planned restoration of the USSR–by establishing harsh terms for Minsk’s purchase of energy from state-run gas monster Gazprom. “Here then price of the gas, including to us to Russians will [be] establish[ed] not [by] Moscow, but [by] Washington.”

The Kremlin-controlled Novosti reports: “Last week Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller said the state-controlled Russian natural gas monopoly will cut off supplies to Belarus January 1, 2007 if no new agreement is signed by that time raising suspicions that Europe will fall short of gas supplies transited via a pipeline across Belarus, particularly to Poland and Germany.” In the eleventh hour, the crypto-communist Putinist regime revealed its “magnanimous” side and an agreement was reached with the neo-Soviet Republic of Belarus to avoid the disruption of gas supplies. This episode is yet another example where Soviet communists have refined comradely spats–such as those between “reformists” and “hardliners”–to the point where the West hardly blinks.

4 responses to “>Middle East File: Soviet client Saddam Hussein executed; Russia accuses USA of "murdering" deposed dictator; Tatarstan reds: RSFSR still exists

  1. mah29001 January 1, 2007 at 6:50 pm

    >You might want to add the North American Committee Against Zionism and Imperialism as a Communist front for North Korea consider this group wanted to prevent Saddam’s execution:http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/12/351363.shtml

  2. mah29001 January 1, 2007 at 6:51 pm

    >There’s also a lot of propaganda coming from Lewrockwell.com into lying who really supported Saddam namely coming from Chris Floyd. If by chance the U.S. “did” support Saddam as a “client”, why is Floyd, Rockwell and the rest defending the monster that the U.S. “created”?It’s just like how the U.S. “created” Osama and why the “peace” movement supports Osama when they protest the invasion of Afghanistan.

  3. mah29001 January 1, 2007 at 7:29 pm

    >You might also want to take a look at my blog. I’ll be out of town for the week, but will be back on Sunday. You might want to add as I stated before the North American Committee on Zionism and Imperialism as a Communist front for North Korea’s sole political party along with the Iraqi Resistance Solidarity Movement which does not just endorse the Iraqi terrorist insurgency, but also favors the Nepalese Communist insurgency as well.Many of the leadership of the NACAZAI I have listed on my blog admire the Stalinist dictator-Kim Jong-Il and his terrible regime. At the same time, they process how America is the “Great Satan” and all the usual pro-Communist propaganda stuff.The leadership of the NACAZAI has close relations with Indymedia.org, organ of the Kerry family along with other far left Democratic circles that promote socialism’s invasion of the Democratic Party.I would certainly love to see some blog stories on Saddam’s apologists along with also looking at Saddam’s relatives who reside in Jordan and are accused by the Iraqi government of supporting the insurgency as they remain as “honored guests” of Abdullah II who endorses the Middle East “peace process”.

  4. mah29001 January 7, 2007 at 7:21 pm

    >Those “former” Communists in Russia sound quite similar to the folks at Indymedia.org along with the North Korean front, the North American Committee Against Zionism and Imperialism.It’s also quite sad to see these sort of propagandists detail how the U.S. “created” Saddam, at the same time, they oppose any military intervention against thugs like Saddam.

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