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  1. #1
    M Mullen
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    On Thu, 6 Nov 2003 10:57:46 +0000 (UTC), [email protected]er
    (Awake) wrote:

    |> Does Putin's refusal to let Jews loot Russia make him a patriot or an "anti-Semite"?

    Hummm hard to say what phone or service does he use?

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  2. #2
    Awake
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    Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    Does Putin's refusal to let Jews loot Russia make him a patriot or an "anti-Semite"?

    Ariel Sharon is flirting with making the dreaded charge of "anti-Semitism".

    The "American" government has been leaning hard on Putin.

    Jew cabalist and neo-CONservative Richard Perle warned Putin not to do what
    he is doing several months ago.

    For more on Richard Perle read his plan for the current Iraq invasion that he wrote back
    in the mid 1990's (if not earlier) and published on the Web during Netanyahu's campaign
    to be Prime Minister of Israel:

    http://www.israeleconomy.org/strat1.htm

    Of course, in America no one dares try to stop the looting.

    November 06, 2003

    Yukos aide granted Israeli citizenship
    From Clem Cecil in Moscow


    LEONID NEVZLIN, a Russian tycoon and senior aide of Mikhail Khodorkovsky,
    the imprisoned billionaire at the centre of the Yukos scandal, has been granted
    citizenship by Israel in an unusually speedy procedure.

    Mr Nevzlin, who owns 8 per cent of Yukos, has sought protection abroad, fearing
    that he will be targeted next in the Russian prosecutor's investigation into the oil
    giant. The Russian press claims that Mr Nevzlin has been given beneficiary rights
    to Mr Khodorkovsky's 50 per cent shares in Yukos. This makes him a key player
    in the future of the company and Mr Khodorkovsky's personal fortune. Mr Nevzlin
    is estimated by Forbes Magazine to be worth $1.1 billion and Mr Khodorkovsky
    more than $8 billion.

    Mr Nevzlin, a rector at Moscow State Humanitarian University, arrived in Jerusalem
    two months ago after he was summoned to the Russian prosecutor to give evidence
    as a witness in the case of Platon Lebedev, the first target of the Yukos investigation.

    President Putin insists that the investigations are purely criminal, and has described
    the international reaction to Mr Khodorkovsky's arrest as "hysterical".

    But during a meeting with Mr Putin on Monday, Ariel Sharon, the Israeli Prime Minister,
    expressed concern over the arrests of Jewish businessmen in Russia. "He (Sharon)
    said that as a Jew and as Prime Minister he is worried that there is persecution of Jews,"
    Raanan Gissin, Mr Sharon's adviser, said.

    The Israeli authorities said that they had not given Mr Nevzlin preferential treatment.
    "As a Jew his citizenship is automatic," Mr Gissin added. However, Colette Avital, an
    opposition MP in Israel, said: "Suddenly, overnight, he became a dedicated Zionist
    and he got citizenship in a speedy manner and we have to ask why."

    Of late, Mr Nevzlin has become actively involved with Jerusalem University. A few
    months ago a centre dedicated to Eastern European Jewry was opened in the university,
    named after him, and the Israeli Minister and former Soviet dissident, Natan Sharansky,
    recently asked him for money to finance a museum of the Jewish diaspora. According to
    Israeli media, Mr Sharansky was one of the influential people lobbying for Mr Nevzlin to
    be granted Israeli citizenship .

    Mr Nevzlin was given the status of an Israeli repatriate on Sunday and received a
    temporary passport. In three months he will have the right to a temporary international
    passport, but in order to get a permanent passport, which will allow him to travel freely,
    Mr Nevzlin will have to live in Israel for a year.

    He is permitted to leave the country but it is not yet clear for how long. According to the
    Israeli authorities, Mr Nevzlin's new citizenship does not protect him from possible
    extradition to Moscow.

    The Russian newspaper Kommersant reported yesterday that another major shareholder
    in Yukos, Vladimir Dubov, arrived in Israel recently and it is thought that he too will apply for
    citizenship.

    Mr Khodorkovsky has been in prison since October 25 on seven charges alleging massive
    theft and tax evasion. The two men met in 1987 when Mr Nevzlin started selling computer
    software for the fledgeling tycoon.

    Critics said that Mr Khodorkovsky was being targeted because of his political ambitions
    and financial power. However, a majority of Russians back his arrest, according to a local
    opinion poll. Among those aware of the arrest, 34 per cent said that they were positive
    about it and 20 per cent rather positive. Only 4 per cent were firmly against it. Twenty-nine
    per cent did not have an opinion.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk




  3. #3
    PDA Man
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    Sounds like you need to become AWAKE and take this bull**** elsewhere.

    "Awake" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Does Putin's refusal to let Jews loot Russia make him a patriot or an

    "anti-Semite"?
    >
    > Ariel Sharon is flirting with making the dreaded charge of

    "anti-Semitism".
    >
    > The "American" government has been leaning hard on Putin.
    >
    > Jew cabalist and neo-CONservative Richard Perle warned Putin not to do

    what
    > he is doing several months ago.
    >
    > For more on Richard Perle read his plan for the current Iraq invasion that

    he wrote back
    > in the mid 1990's (if not earlier) and published on the Web during

    Netanyahu's campaign
    > to be Prime Minister of Israel:
    >
    > http://www.israeleconomy.org/strat1.htm
    >
    > Of course, in America no one dares try to stop the looting.
    >
    > November 06, 2003
    >
    > Yukos aide granted Israeli citizenship
    > From Clem Cecil in Moscow
    >
    >
    > LEONID NEVZLIN, a Russian tycoon and senior aide of Mikhail Khodorkovsky,
    > the imprisoned billionaire at the centre of the Yukos scandal, has been

    granted
    > citizenship by Israel in an unusually speedy procedure.
    >
    > Mr Nevzlin, who owns 8 per cent of Yukos, has sought protection abroad,

    fearing
    > that he will be targeted next in the Russian prosecutor's investigation

    into the oil
    > giant. The Russian press claims that Mr Nevzlin has been given beneficiary

    rights
    > to Mr Khodorkovsky's 50 per cent shares in Yukos. This makes him a key

    player
    > in the future of the company and Mr Khodorkovsky's personal fortune. Mr

    Nevzlin
    > is estimated by Forbes Magazine to be worth $1.1 billion and Mr

    Khodorkovsky
    > more than $8 billion.
    >
    > Mr Nevzlin, a rector at Moscow State Humanitarian University, arrived in

    Jerusalem
    > two months ago after he was summoned to the Russian prosecutor to give

    evidence
    > as a witness in the case of Platon Lebedev, the first target of the Yukos

    investigation.
    >
    > President Putin insists that the investigations are purely criminal, and

    has described
    > the international reaction to Mr Khodorkovsky's arrest as "hysterical".
    >
    > But during a meeting with Mr Putin on Monday, Ariel Sharon, the Israeli

    Prime Minister,
    > expressed concern over the arrests of Jewish businessmen in Russia. "He

    (Sharon)
    > said that as a Jew and as Prime Minister he is worried that there is

    persecution of Jews,"
    > Raanan Gissin, Mr Sharon's adviser, said.
    >
    > The Israeli authorities said that they had not given Mr Nevzlin

    preferential treatment.
    > "As a Jew his citizenship is automatic," Mr Gissin added. However, Colette

    Avital, an
    > opposition MP in Israel, said: "Suddenly, overnight, he became a dedicated

    Zionist
    > and he got citizenship in a speedy manner and we have to ask why."
    >
    > Of late, Mr Nevzlin has become actively involved with Jerusalem

    University. A few
    > months ago a centre dedicated to Eastern European Jewry was opened in the

    university,
    > named after him, and the Israeli Minister and former Soviet dissident,

    Natan Sharansky,
    > recently asked him for money to finance a museum of the Jewish diaspora.

    According to
    > Israeli media, Mr Sharansky was one of the influential people lobbying for

    Mr Nevzlin to
    > be granted Israeli citizenship .
    >
    > Mr Nevzlin was given the status of an Israeli repatriate on Sunday and

    received a
    > temporary passport. In three months he will have the right to a temporary

    international
    > passport, but in order to get a permanent passport, which will allow him

    to travel freely,
    > Mr Nevzlin will have to live in Israel for a year.
    >
    > He is permitted to leave the country but it is not yet clear for how long.

    According to the
    > Israeli authorities, Mr Nevzlin's new citizenship does not protect him

    from possible
    > extradition to Moscow.
    >
    > The Russian newspaper Kommersant reported yesterday that another major

    shareholder
    > in Yukos, Vladimir Dubov, arrived in Israel recently and it is thought

    that he too will apply for
    > citizenship.
    >
    > Mr Khodorkovsky has been in prison since October 25 on seven charges

    alleging massive
    > theft and tax evasion. The two men met in 1987 when Mr Nevzlin started

    selling computer
    > software for the fledgeling tycoon.
    >
    > Critics said that Mr Khodorkovsky was being targeted because of his

    political ambitions
    > and financial power. However, a majority of Russians back his arrest,

    according to a local
    > opinion poll. Among those aware of the arrest, 34 per cent said that they

    were positive
    > about it and 20 per cent rather positive. Only 4 per cent were firmly

    against it. Twenty-nine
    > per cent did not have an opinion.
    >
    > http://www.timesonline.co.uk
    >






  4. #4
    Bigpond
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    You're a moron.

    Jews are people like everyone else.



    "Awake" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Does Putin's refusal to let Jews loot Russia make him a patriot or an

    "anti-Semite"?
    >
    > Ariel Sharon is flirting with making the dreaded charge of

    "anti-Semitism".
    >
    > The "American" government has been leaning hard on Putin.
    >
    > Jew cabalist and neo-CONservative Richard Perle warned Putin not to do

    what
    > he is doing several months ago.
    >
    > For more on Richard Perle read his plan for the current Iraq invasion that

    he wrote back
    > in the mid 1990's (if not earlier) and published on the Web during

    Netanyahu's campaign
    > to be Prime Minister of Israel:
    >
    > http://www.israeleconomy.org/strat1.htm
    >
    > Of course, in America no one dares try to stop the looting.
    >
    > November 06, 2003
    >
    > Yukos aide granted Israeli citizenship
    > From Clem Cecil in Moscow
    >
    >
    > LEONID NEVZLIN, a Russian tycoon and senior aide of Mikhail Khodorkovsky,
    > the imprisoned billionaire at the centre of the Yukos scandal, has been

    granted
    > citizenship by Israel in an unusually speedy procedure.
    >
    > Mr Nevzlin, who owns 8 per cent of Yukos, has sought protection abroad,

    fearing
    > that he will be targeted next in the Russian prosecutor's investigation

    into the oil
    > giant. The Russian press claims that Mr Nevzlin has been given beneficiary

    rights
    > to Mr Khodorkovsky's 50 per cent shares in Yukos. This makes him a key

    player
    > in the future of the company and Mr Khodorkovsky's personal fortune. Mr

    Nevzlin
    > is estimated by Forbes Magazine to be worth $1.1 billion and Mr

    Khodorkovsky
    > more than $8 billion.
    >
    > Mr Nevzlin, a rector at Moscow State Humanitarian University, arrived in

    Jerusalem
    > two months ago after he was summoned to the Russian prosecutor to give

    evidence
    > as a witness in the case of Platon Lebedev, the first target of the Yukos

    investigation.
    >
    > President Putin insists that the investigations are purely criminal, and

    has described
    > the international reaction to Mr Khodorkovsky's arrest as "hysterical".
    >
    > But during a meeting with Mr Putin on Monday, Ariel Sharon, the Israeli

    Prime Minister,
    > expressed concern over the arrests of Jewish businessmen in Russia. "He

    (Sharon)
    > said that as a Jew and as Prime Minister he is worried that there is

    persecution of Jews,"
    > Raanan Gissin, Mr Sharon's adviser, said.
    >
    > The Israeli authorities said that they had not given Mr Nevzlin

    preferential treatment.
    > "As a Jew his citizenship is automatic," Mr Gissin added. However, Colette

    Avital, an
    > opposition MP in Israel, said: "Suddenly, overnight, he became a dedicated

    Zionist
    > and he got citizenship in a speedy manner and we have to ask why."
    >
    > Of late, Mr Nevzlin has become actively involved with Jerusalem

    University. A few
    > months ago a centre dedicated to Eastern European Jewry was opened in the

    university,
    > named after him, and the Israeli Minister and former Soviet dissident,

    Natan Sharansky,
    > recently asked him for money to finance a museum of the Jewish diaspora.

    According to
    > Israeli media, Mr Sharansky was one of the influential people lobbying for

    Mr Nevzlin to
    > be granted Israeli citizenship .
    >
    > Mr Nevzlin was given the status of an Israeli repatriate on Sunday and

    received a
    > temporary passport. In three months he will have the right to a temporary

    international
    > passport, but in order to get a permanent passport, which will allow him

    to travel freely,
    > Mr Nevzlin will have to live in Israel for a year.
    >
    > He is permitted to leave the country but it is not yet clear for how long.

    According to the
    > Israeli authorities, Mr Nevzlin's new citizenship does not protect him

    from possible
    > extradition to Moscow.
    >
    > The Russian newspaper Kommersant reported yesterday that another major

    shareholder
    > in Yukos, Vladimir Dubov, arrived in Israel recently and it is thought

    that he too will apply for
    > citizenship.
    >
    > Mr Khodorkovsky has been in prison since October 25 on seven charges

    alleging massive
    > theft and tax evasion. The two men met in 1987 when Mr Nevzlin started

    selling computer
    > software for the fledgeling tycoon.
    >
    > Critics said that Mr Khodorkovsky was being targeted because of his

    political ambitions
    > and financial power. However, a majority of Russians back his arrest,

    according to a local
    > opinion poll. Among those aware of the arrest, 34 per cent said that they

    were positive
    > about it and 20 per cent rather positive. Only 4 per cent were firmly

    against it. Twenty-nine
    > per cent did not have an opinion.
    >
    > http://www.timesonline.co.uk
    >






  5. #5
    Steven Fisher
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    PDA Man wrote:

    > Sounds like you need to become AWAKE and take this bull**** elsewhere.


    Did you have to quote the whole thing?




  6. #6
    F1
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia


    "PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Sounds like you need to become AWAKE and take this bull**** elsewhere.
    >



    Funny, I was thinking just the opposite, as in he needs to be asleep.
    Permanently.





  7. #7
    F1
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    Keep it up, dip****. Your Palestinian cause is being quickly de-legitimized
    by your nonsense.





  8. #8
    Gaz
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    In news:[email protected],
    Bigpond <[email protected]> wrote:
    > You're a moron.
    >
    > Jews are people like everyone else.
    >


    Who's the bigger moron, the moron who posted it in the first place or the
    moron who replies to every single group that it was originally posted to and
    quotes the entire original message?

    I'll give you 1 guess, moron.





  9. #9
    F1
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia


    "Gaz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In news:[email protected],
    > Bigpond <[email protected]> wrote:
    > > You're a moron.
    > >
    > > Jews are people like everyone else.
    > >

    >
    > Who's the bigger moron, the moron who posted it in the first place or the
    > moron who replies to every single group that it was originally posted to

    and
    > quotes the entire original message?
    >
    > I'll give you 1 guess, moron.
    >


    ....or the moron who replies to the moron who replies to the moron. I could
    never stop. I'll give YOU one guess, moron. And yes, I replied to a
    moron...





  10. #10
    Gaz
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    In news:[email protected],
    F1 <[email protected]> wrote:
    > "Gaz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> In news:[email protected],
    >> Bigpond <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>> You're a moron.
    >>>
    >>> Jews are people like everyone else.
    >>>

    >>
    >> Who's the bigger moron, the moron who posted it in the first place
    >> or the moron who replies to every single group that it was
    >> originally posted to and quotes the entire original message?
    >>
    >> I'll give you 1 guess, moron.
    >>

    >
    > ...or the moron who replies to the moron who replies to the moron. I
    > could never stop. I'll give YOU one guess, moron. And yes, I
    > replied to a moron...


    The difference being that I (moron or not) did not repeat the spam by
    posting the entire message across multiple groups. And I wasn't replying to
    you anyway!





  11. #11
    taximania
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    Have you tried cleaning the sim card ?

    Barry
    www.taximania.net


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  12. #12
    Al Klein
    Guest

    Re: Putin won't let Jews LOOT Russia

    On Fri, 07 Nov 2003 03:53:07 GMT, "F1"
    <[email protected]> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:

    >"PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Sounds like you need to become AWAKE and take this bull**** elsewhere.


    >Funny, I was thinking just the opposite, as in he needs to be asleep.
    >Permanently.


    He already is.



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