Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Russia Wants Alaska Back!

First Georgia, now Alaska, the Russian bear is back and is very hungry…for energy!
Earlier this year we saw that Russia had invaded a small country called Georgia (no, not in the US, BO supporters.) This was supposedly to keep peace, but we won’t mention that most of the energy needs of Europe traverses through Georgia…that would be conspiracy and other stuff. Any how, Russia has recently showed its strength in the land of Chavez (Venezuela), and they are conducting “maneuvers” in Venezuela’s economic zone in the eastern Caribbean area. This is to enable sailors to practice reconnaissance, anti drug patrols, anti terrorism and search and rescue (as if the Russians really care about rescuing anyone.) Of course with the way things are Russia will have to put of a proposed pipeline in South America, for now…ahem, until they regain some economic stability and have the cash flow to do so. This pipe line is the brainchild of the brainless Chevez. Until then they will continue to sell arms to Hugo and his thugs.
Is this energy thing starting to sound familiar?
Well let me introduce you to Professor Igor Panarin, Panarin, 60, is a professor at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and has authored several books on information warfare. Now that you have a little understanding of who this person is; in an interview with Izvestia published on Monday, November 24, 2008; this is what he wants…this is going to get stupid, but it will all tie together.

"we could claim Alaska - it was only granted on lease, after all."

Yeah, on a lease, so does this mean that we have to return the land. I wonder if he realizes that we have a legal receipt for this land, aka… Seward’s Foley. Do the Russians still hold interest in this land and if so are they going to take it back some day? Well you have to admit with all of Alaska’s natural resources, such as the vast oil fields, this would be a great boost for their emerging energy markets in China, Europe and now South America. I do not think that the state of Alaska would let this happen, but if
 B.O.’s attitude toward the invasion of Georgia is a sign of things to come then Alaska, unless it secedes is in for trouble and possible loss. At least in B.O.’s mind there will only be 58 rather than 59 states. As a side note with all of the B.D.S. aka Bush Derangement Syndrome, why has no one really went after BO for thinking there was 60 US states. And they say Bush is an idiot.
BTW, here is our receipt and I do believe that it is past the time to return for a refund (not that we want one.)

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