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Estonian politicians are afraid of Russian dominance in the world

2008-12-10 17:18

9/7/4/974.jpegVälisilm program of Estonian TV featured Estonia's commander of the defense forces Antsa Laaneots who said that Moscow apprehended losing influence over Azerbaijan that was moving towards European integration and Georgia. "Russia initiated the war deliberately in order to intimidate the peoples of Transcaucasia, - the Commander-In-Chief stated. - Trying to take control over Western Europe and consequently NATO Moscow is concentrating all energy sources and transit zones in the post-Soviet space in its hands and that would allow it to manipulate China. So this operation is not over yet for Russia".


Estonian policy has gone further than the Georgian. If in Tbilisi some "politologists" state that Moscow contemplates conquering all the post-Soviet space in Tallinn they are sure: its ultimate objective is the world dominance. And the conquest of former USSR territories is just the first stage of the triumphant march of Russian bolshevism. edition quotes local professor of international law Evgen Tsibulenko: "The imperial lands consolidation was started quite successfully. Part of independent Georgia has de facto entered the new Putin Empire. It is rather far from the borders of the former USSR yet but while the EU and NATO are wasting their time the Russian passports in neighboring states are being distributed quite actively. So Russia will soon

have places and people to protect. Diplomatic games with it must be over... Only joint efforts of the international community and the most rigid sanctions of international law will prevent Russia's final transformation into Nazi Germany".

The professor's unexpected dislike of Nazi Germany is surprising to put it mildly. In any case as early as in March he was celebrating the Estonian Waffen-SS legion as the defender of freedom. And now he is afraid of Russia's imaginary transformation. And like many of his colleagues he is pointing a finger at the North-West of his country populated mainly by Russians purporting that a local South Ossetia is ripening there.

Estonia's ex ambassador to Russia Mart Helme stated on the subject that "the cold and hungry fifth column of Moscow" was waiting for its time to come there. The Kremlin agents are ready to "crawl out like mole-rats and trigger conflicts". "And if the Russian Army enters Narva the Estonian troops will not be able to rebuff".

Such panic is quite typical of Estonia's current policy. For instance when the trade union of Narva electric power station employees expressed solidarity with South Ossetia in August. Foreign Minister Urmas Paet distracted himself from denouncing the "Russian aggression" and went to see if the region was going to withdraw from Estonia.

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