January 28, 2011
Is United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) with all his advisers blind or mad? They’re giving Georgia fabulous money for keeping Chechen refugees in Pankisi Gorge and helping them to specialize in poverty-stricken Georgian regions. They say Georgians spend that money for teaching Chechens most relevant occupations in Georgia like beekeeping, and sheep breeding, and sewing, and joinery. Moreover Chechen refugees receive so-called travel passport that gives them right to go any country they want.
Well, I went to Pankisi with my independent journalist investigation for everyone yelled about flagrant ignorance of Chechen refugees’ problems in contrast of Abkhaz ones. You know folks there have been no Chechen refugees there long ago! Has UNHCR checked situation here before taking any decisions? I haven’t found any refugees here. Instead I’ve discovered several semi-legal training camps of Islamist extremist organizations. Apparently those are very poor Chechen refugees whom U.N.O. was going to teach sheep breeding and beekeeping. And now those dangerous bandits are financed by UNHCR itself and receive travel passports as Chechen refugees after completing their training course. I hardly got out of there. And I’m afraid even publish gathered material.
April 9, 2009
Are you claiming that the UN is training terrorists?
Or, are you one of the many one post wonders that show up here?
Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen... - Zbigniew Brezhinsky
December 4, 2009
Sheesh Nes...... 🙄 😉 Goodness sakes
he'll be back around. 😕
You know I hate to say it but I wish all
I had to worry about was
sheep breeding and sewing, not bad.
Anyways I'm a little bit ignorant of this
subject, I do not know much about
the chechens history and present
culture. As far as I've known the chechens
are like a homeless peoples.
astonishment. “I never heard of such a thing!”
“—but there’s one great advantage in it, that one’s
memory works both ways.”
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass
Chechnya, aka the Chechen Republic, has been pretty messed up since the breakup of the USSR. There's already been at least two rather bloody wars since said breakup. The latest, and allegedly most violent, scapegoats belong to an Islamist movement.
Personally, I don't see any issue with teaching skills such as carpentry, and basic needlecraft, to 'terrorists'. In fact, I find it highly preferable to teaching them nuclear physics. For what it's worth, I've never seen, or heard of, a wind-powered ICBM.
Note: WW2 Japanese plans for helium-balloon 'dirty bombs' doesn't count. Or does it? ❓
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