Revolution in Yugoslavia!
The Balkans are on fire again: It seems the 20th Century turmoil has spilled over to the 21st Century with the cold barbarism of past centuries. President Slobodan Milosevics 13 year-rule came to an end tyrants are familiar with. The people he used and exploited turned against him and stormed the Parliament building and the Television station.
A common mistake was his attempt to try fool the world that he was embracing a democratic state by
holding an election against an opponent who had the support to defeat him. Rather silly on his behalf.
Berezovsky offers up constructive criticism
The Russia Journal"There is only one way of dealing with terrorists -through agreement. No other way exists," Berezovsky said.
Launching a movement to counter what he sees as Russia's slide toward authoritarianism, financier Boris Berezovsky assailed President Vladimir Putin and his North Caucasus policies and predicted Russia would face further terrorist attacks of the type that struck Pushkin Square on Tuesday.
"This [bombing] will happen again if the policy of smashing the bandits in their lairs continues," Berezovsky said, referring to Putin's comments late last year that he would eradicate the terrorist threat in Chechnya. FULL STORY...
Did Berezovsky Pillage Aeroflot?
By VYACHESLAV KUZMIN
In 1995, Berezovsky took control of the state-owned company Aeroflot. He didn't buy shares or
privitize it. He simply placed people loyal to him -Krasnecker and Glushkov - in
key posts in the company.
After this, all of the hard currency passed through two Swiss companies, Andava and Forus. Seventy-eight per cent of the shares belonged to Berezovsky and Glushkov. FULL STORY...
Prosecutor orders Gusinski's Arrest
By Andrei Zolotov Jr.
Russia's Judicial System
By Nikita Ivanov:
It marked the beginning of a new era when judges were no longer bound by formal law,
but only guided by their "proletarian sense of justice."
These judges happily embraced this idea, which provided them with virtually unrestricted discretion
and power. Perestroika and "democratic reform" in Russia have not changed much in this regard.