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THE MASSACRE IN OSSETIA: RUSSIAN PROVOCATION

It sets the scene for the attack on Georgia   When a massacre with enormous political consequences happens and nobody assumes responsibility, one must firstly trace the perpetrator among those who are likely to politically benefit from it.
Putin claims that the perpetrator is the Chechen resistance that tries, by this way, to drag Russia into negotiations. On the contrary, the Chechen resistance claims that this crime favors the Russian occupation and that it was planned by the Russian security services, as were a series of former massacres. We believe that the second position is the only one that is persuasive and connected to the facts.
To begin with, it is Putin's Russia that propagandistically benefits from the massacre. Until recently she had been isolated, having exterminated the 1/5 of Chechnya's population by leveling towns and villages to the ground, and continuing to kidnap, torture, rape, and mutilate men and women, a hell that humankind has never seen since Hitler. Now, because of the massacre in Beslan, the Chechen resistance appears more monstrous than the occupying forces, as the victims' cries in Chechnya never reach the cameras, while the massacre in Beslan and the relatives' lament happened in front of the eyes of the whole world.
Secondly, it was Putin's leadership that rushed at once into the manipulation of the massacre on global political ground, by announcing that Russia has the right to crash the terrorists everywhere on earth, that is to attack on every country that hosts Chechens. More specifically, this massacre enables Russia to attack Georgia, a country that she has accused many times for sheltering Chechen rebels in the Pankisi gorge.
Georgia is a key-country in the global geopolitics as the only channel for the Caspian oil to the outside world that is not under control of the Moscow-Beijing-Teheran axis. The fact that the slaughter was done in Northern Ossetia rather than anywhere else also helps Russia to attack Georgia, as Northern Ossetia claims a part of Georgia called Southern Ossetia.
More at that, Russia profits by the so-called Islamic participation in the kidnappers' team. For Georgia has turned towards the US in order to resist Russia, and the US by turn has supported Georgia in order to have access to the Baku- Cheihan oil channel through Georgia. However, the appearance of Al Kaeda-type Islamists in the ranks of the Chechens objectively brings the US more closely to Russia, as the Islamic terrorism is the chief enemy to the US. So, this massacre makes the US, despite their current objections, more inclined to finally accept a Moscow's attack against Chechens of Georgia. 
By the same way, Russia was also benefited by the former massacres of civilians. More typical was the block-of-flats blowing up in Moscow in 1999 causing the death of 300, which gave Putin the pretext for the second invasion in Chechnya.
That's why so strange things happen in each of those slaughters: The authorities intervention in a way that maximizes the victims (toxic gas in the theater of Moscow), the aggressors' cadres are never arrested (in the theater they were all shot dead with a bullet in the head while being unconscious by the gas, while now in Beslan no photos of the dead terrorists have been published), the independent investigation is prevented and the press is censored. The head of the commission set up to investigate the block-of flats' blowing up and the theater in Moscow cases, the deputy Sergei Yusenkov, was murdered. In the case of Beslan, the two most prominent dissident journalists, Politkovskaja and Babinski, were deterred from approaching the place of the kidnapping. The first was poisoned in the airplane while the latter was arrested on a charge of hooliganism. 
The mass slaughter of civilians and the kidnappings everywhere serve the Russian diplomacy. This does not have to do with the subjective political motives of the individual participants, who are often Chechens taking revenge for the suffering and murder of their relatives. It is an easy task for KGB to place ''rats'' amongst them (one example is the kidnapper Terkibaev whose role in the Moscow theater was revealed by Politkovskaja-Zakaev, and was murdered right after this revelation). The KGB has her man inside the resistance, that is Bassaev, and tries desperately to tie up resistance with violence against civilians and with Islamic-fascism.
Al Kaeda itself serves the Russian diplomacy, too. So, because of the US interventions triggered off by the Twin Towers' massacre, Iran has now politically the upper hand in Iraq (through the shiites Sistani and Sadr), while the pro-Russian Northern Alliance rules Afghanistan. In both cases the US are sinking in a bloody, catastrophic deadlock. Even more typical of this is the Madrid massacre, which, within one night, caused the downfall of pro-American Aznar and the rise to power of the new member of Chirac's-Schroders-Putin's cooperation team, J. Zapatero.
It is nothing but determinism. The provocative terrorism against civilians (e.g. nazi bombs in pre-war Austria) is used by the most aggressive imperialistic pole. As the latter arrives late at the table of world sharing, it needs its violent re-sharing. The rising Russian-Chinese pole in political and military terms, is today in the position that the Hitleric axis had, surrounding and dividing the dominant in economic terms US-EU-Japan pole in order to crush it through a new world war.
 
 
Athens, September 9, 2004.