Robert Coalson / Radio Free Europe & parapolitiki.com
Σε μια απίστευτη περιπέτεια φαίνεται ότι έχει μπλέξει η χώρα μετά την απόφαση αλλαγής πλεύσης στην εξωτερική πολιτική καθώς η Δύση δεν πρόκειται να ανεχθεί την αψυχολόγητη στροφή της κυβέρνησης ΣΥΡΙΖΑ-ΑΝΕΛ προς την ολιγαρχική Ρωσία.
Σύμφωνα με το Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, έναν ιστορικό όμιλο ΜΜΕ που συγκρούεται με τα αντιδημοκρατικά καθεστώτα της Ανατολικής Ευρώπης, Ρώσοι χάκερ απέκτησαν πρόσβαση σε ηλεκτρονική αλληλογραφία από την οποία προκύπτει ότι εδώ και καιρό τόσο ο ΣΥΡΙΖΑ όσο και οι Ανεξάρτητοι Έλληνες συνομιλούσαν με τον φασίστα μέντορα του Βλάντιμιρ Πούτιν, Alexandr Dukin.
Συγκεκριμένα, αναφέρονται τα εξής:
In December 2014, a Russian hacker group named Shaltai Boltai released a trove of e-mails taken from Georgy Gavrish, a close friend of Dugin’s and an official in Dugin’s Eurasia movement. Many of the e-mails relate to efforts by Dugin and Malofeyev to create a circle of European politicians and intellectuals sympathetic to Russia.
Several dozen of the e-mails reveal conversations between Gavrish and people inside Syriza, says Christo Grozev, a media investor and blogger specializing in information issues in eastern Europe.
The messages show “very close cooperation on strategy, on PR, and so on,” Grozev says. He says that Syriza consultants would send “strategic memoranda” on party positions and policies to Dugin and Gavrish for their comments and suggestions.
Gavrish lived in Greece for several years until about 2013. “Over those five years, he [Gavrish] served, apparently, as a proxy for Dugin to find like-minded or susceptible politicians and public figures in Greece to engage with Dugin’s ideology of Eurasianism versus Atlanticism,” Grozev says.
Στη συνέχεια υπάρχουν συγκεκριμένα ονόματα Ελλήνων.
One of the people involved in the exchanges is Nicolas Laos, a Greek intellectual and Syriza adviser with business ties to Russia. He is a partner of the Russian corporate-security firm R-Tekhno.
In one leaked e-mail, Laos writes to Dugin, “I know very well how the enemy works, and, under your patronage, I can strike back effectively and hard.”
Another message apparently refers to Panos Kammenos, head of the Independent Greeks party and now Greece’s new defense minister. The October 25, 2014, message — written by influential blogger Dimitris Konstantakopoulos, who was apparently doing strategy consultation for Syriza — discusses the Athens-based Institute of Geopolitical Studies, which Kammenos founded with his friend, University of Thrace professor Filippos Tsalidis.
“Panos appeared almost one month ago full of ‘enthusiasm,’ asking for regular cooperation. And then he went to Moscow for personal reasons, as he told us (for a friend’s wedding) and then disappeared from the face of the Earth in a quite impressive manner. I am very curious if I will ever know what reasons he will give for disappearing,” the message says.
One month after the message was written, Kammenos’s institute signed a “memorandum of understanding” with the influential Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISI). RISI was part of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) until it was brought under the office of the Russian president in 2009. Its director, Leonid Reshetnikov, is a retired SVR lieutenant general.
Dugin is also tied to Greece’s new foreign minister, Nikos Kotzias. In April 2013, Kotzias — then a professor at the University of Piraeus — invited Dugin to give a lecture on International Politics and the Eurasianist Vision. During that lecture, Dugin said that Greece should not join the Russia-led Eurasian Union, but instead should play a role “in the recreation of the architecture of Europe” and form an “eastern pole of European identity” within the EU together with Serbia and others.
Grozev stresses that there are no direct references to Dugin or Malofeyev providing funding or material support to Syriza or any of the other parties. However, he notes that Dugin and Gavrish often include people close to Malofeyev in the recipient lists of their e-mails.
One of the Malofeyev associates whose name appears most frequently is Aleksei Komov, an Orthodox businessman who is the Russian representative on the conservative World Congress of Families. In February 2014, Komov gave a speech at the National Press Club in Washington at which he blamed “Wall Street bankers” for imposing communism on Russia.
Grozev says that he has been surprised by the extent of the “mysticism” he sees in the correspondence between the Greeks and Dugin’s people. Nicolas Laos and Gavrish, particularly, are constantly talking about alleged Freemasons “within the Greek political environment who are, by definition, according to them, the biggest enemies of the Russian line.”
Ολόκληρο το δημοσίευμα. Κανείς δεν μπορεί να είσαι θέση να γνωρίζει αν ισχύει ένα τέτοιο δημοσίευμα, γι’ αυτό και χρειάζονται άμεσα επίσημες απαντήσεις. Κάποιοι παίζουν με τη φωτιά.
tags: Nikos Kotzias, Nicolas Laos, Panos Kammenos, Georgy Gavrish, Alexandr Dukin, syriza, anel