Financial Times: ‘Yukos secretly provides support for the Communist Party’

Financial Times: ‘Yukos secretly provides support for the Communist Party’

Against the background of the criminal cases, Mikhail Khodorkovsky decided 'to strengthen his work with political parties. Comrade Syuganov, the leader of the communists, decided to join in the process of whitewashing Yukos. The website Prigovor.ru reminds its readers of what happened on August 11, 2003.

On this very day, 19 years ago, on August 11, 2003, the newspaper 'The Financial Times' published an article informing its readers on how Mikhail Khodorkovsky decided to aggravate the conflict with the Russian authorities through political parties which were loyal to him, so, in fact, he started the propaganda machine made of the members of parliament bought wholesale and retail. In such a manner, around murders and attempted murders, incredible tax arrears, and murky offshore schemes, a notorious 'political ingredient' of the Yukos case was forged for the West.

‘Khodorkovsky turned out to be the most active and critically-minded person demonstrating his support for the opposition parties’

‘Mikhail Khodorkovsky, general manager and main shareholder of the Russian oil company Yukos, is prepared to fight and plans to increase the support of the liberal opposition parties in the country, and this is an indication that the political conflict with the authorities has been gaining momentum,' said Andrew Jack, the author of the article 'The Oligarch from Yukos deepens his conflict with the Kremlin' published in the newspaper 'The Financial Times'. This publication points out that Khodorkovsky has decided to strengthen his work with the party ‘Yabloko’ and “The Union of Right forces (SPS) after the Office of the Prosecutor General in July started some investigation on criminal cases connected with the activities of Yukos’.

It is believed that Khodorkovsky 'concentrates his political efforts on the creation of powerful regional nets of the two main Russian parties which, traditionally, look weak outside big cities. Among the oligarchs still living in Russia, Khodorkovsky during the last two years has turned out to be the most active and critically minded, and he has been demonstrating his support for the opposition parties. He makes no secret of his financing the parties ‘Yabloko’ and the Union of Right forces’. Yukos secretly provides support for the Communist Party which recently condemned the attacks on this oil company’, noted the newspaper ‘The Financial Times’.

The support of the Communist Party of Russia was so ‘secret’ that Mikhail Khodorkovsky openly announced it in the spring of 2003 (See the newspaper ‘Vedomosti’ from 08.04.2003. ‘Khodorkovsky has confessed. The shareholders of Yukos will provide help for The Union of Right forces’, ‘Yabloko' and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.'

The theme of the Yukos money allotted to the acquisition of deputies turned out so 'sensitive' for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation that a small story in the newspaper ‘Vedomosty’ accidentally got lost with the time.

And a year later an astonishing packet of documents saw the light corroborating the corrupt nature of Khodorkovsky’s intentions in the work with the Russian members of Parliament.

See also in Russian МБХ-files. Коррупционный переворот.

Secret materials of "Open Russia". "Mikhail Khodorkovsky was preparing to seize power in 2004. Having hooked deputies and individual officials on the financial needle of Yukos, Mikhail Khodorkovsky intended to dispose of Russia in his own way"

And sided with the liberal westerners comrade Syuganov

Many, by the way, incorrectly suggest that to the 'politicization of the criminal deeds' of Yukos only the bright-eyed human rights activists sitting on the Khodorkovsky's grants and liberal westerners have a hand in. No, several minutes of search on the web, and all interested easily find out that the Communist Party of the Russian Federation sided with the liberal westerners. This is how Syuganov, the leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, through the propaganda asset of the State Department intimidated the general public saying that ‘everything will crumble’ because of the Yukos affair. Comrade Syuganov, on July 31, 2003, in particular, literally said the following:

‘As soon as the management of Yukos declared not only its economical, but also its political interests, yet another blow to the yet another financial group was delivered by those, who privatized the authority in Kremlin, Office of the General Prosecutor and corresponding agencies. I do not want to defend anybody, but I want to say that such actions can create complete chaos, and can paralyze the finance-economical system. If today or tomorrow five-seven newspapers, as it happened in 1998, begin to spin the version of the way the pecuniary assets will be confiscated, I assure you that in such a case in the few following days all Russian banks will crumble’.

Comrade Syuganov with such hot ‘analysis’ could, perhaps, find himself a job on Wall Street, perform shaman rituals before trading sessions so that the stock indexes will spike up, so to say. To speak seriously, the communists had to work off the sponsor investments 'not from Yukos' but from 'private persons from Yukos' not only in Parliament while adopting law contradicting the vital interest of the working people. From that moment on, so it seems, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation has had its own relations with the offshore economy which are not so much understandable for the society’, notes the website Prigivor.ru.

(See the previous story: ‘The Owners of Yukos are accused of inflicting damage on minority shareholders.’ American minority shareholders against Mrs. Kjodorkovsky, Shakhnovsky, Lebedev, and Mizamor. Stephen Curtis is a key figure of the global net of money laundering. The website Prigovor.ru reminds its readers of what happened on August 10, 2004).

On this very day, 18 years ago, on August 11, 2003, the newspaper 'The Financial Times' published an article informing its readers on how Mikhail Khodorkovsky decided to aggravate the conflict with the Russian authorities through political parties which were loyal to him, so, in fact, he started the propaganda machine made of the members of parliament bought wholesale and retail. In such a manner, around murders and attempted murders, incredible tax arrears, and murky offshore schemes, a notorious 'political ingredient' of the Yukos case was forged for the West.

‘Khodorkovsky turned out to be the most active and critically-minded person demonstrating his support for the opposition parties’

‘Mikhail Khodorkovsky, general manager and main shareholder of the Russian oil company Yukos, is prepared to fight and plans to increase the support of the liberal opposition parties in the country, and this is an indication that the political conflict with the authorities has been gaining momentum,' said Andrew Jack, the author of the article 'The Oligarch from Yukos deepens his conflict with the Kremlin' published in the newspaper 'The Financial Times'. This publication points out that Khodorkovsky has decided to strengthen his work with the party ‘Yabloko’ and “The Union of Right forces (SPS) after the Office of the Prosecutor General in July started some investigation on criminal cases connected with the activities of Yukos’.

It is believed that Khodorkovsky 'concentrates his political efforts on the creation of powerful regional nets of the two main Russian parties which, traditionally, look weak outside big cities. Among the oligarchs still living in Russia, Khodorkovsky during the last two years has turned out to be the most active and critically minded, and he has been demonstrating his support for the opposition parties. He makes no secret of his financing the parties ‘Yabloko’ and the Union of Right forces’. Yukos secretly provides support for the Communist Party which recently condemned the attacks on this oil company’, noted the newspaper ‘The Financial Times’.

The support of the Communist Party of Russia was so ‘secret’ that Mikhail Khodorkovsky openly announced it in the spring of 2003 (See the newspaper ‘Vedomosti’ from 08.04.2003. ‘Khodorkovsky has confessed. The shareholders of Yukos will provide help for The Union of Right forces’, ‘Yabloko' and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.'

The theme of the Yukos money allotted to the acquisition of deputies turned out so 'sensitive' for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation that a small story in the newspaper ‘Vedomosty’ accidentally got lost with the time.

And a year later an astonishing packet of documents saw the light corroborating the corrupt nature of Khodorkovsky’s intentions in the work with the Russian members of Parliament.

See also in Russian МБХ-files. Коррупционный переворот.

Secret materials of "Open Russia". "Mikhail Khodorkovsky was preparing to seize power in 2004. Having hooked deputies and individual officials on the financial needle of Yukos, Mikhail Khodorkovsky intended to dispose of Russia in his own way"

And sided with the liberal westerners comrade Syuganov

Many, by the way, incorrectly suggest that to the 'politicization of the criminal deeds' of Yukos only the bright-eyed human rights activists sitting on the Khodorkovsky's grants and liberal westerners have a hand in. No, several minutes of search on the web, and all interested easily find out that the Communist Party of the Russian Federation sided with the liberal westerners. This is how Syuganov, the leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, through the propaganda asset of the State Department intimidated the general public saying that ‘everything will crumble’ because of the Yukos affair. Comrade Syuganov, on July 31, 2003, in particular, literally said the following:

‘As soon as the management of Yukos declared not only its economical, but also its political interests, yet another blow to the yet another financial group was delivered by those, who privatized the authority in Kremlin, Office of the General Prosecutor and corresponding agencies. I do not want to defend anybody, but I want to say that such actions can create complete chaos, and can paralyze the finance-economical system. If today or tomorrow five-seven newspapers, as it happened in 1998, begin to spin the version of the way the pecuniary assets will be confiscated, I assure you that in such a case in the few following days all Russian banks will crumble’.

Comrade Syuganov with such hot ‘analysis’ could, perhaps, find himself a job on Wall Street, perform shaman rituals before trading sessions so that the stock indexes will spike up, so to say. To speak seriously, the communists had to work off the sponsor investments 'not from Yukos' but from 'private persons from Yukos' not only in Parliament while adopting law contradicting the vital interest of the working people. From that moment on, so it seems, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation has had its own relations with the offshore economy which are not so much understandable for the society’, notes the website Prigivor.ru.

(See the previous story: ‘The Owners of Yukos are accused of inflicting damage on minority shareholders.’ American minority shareholders against Mrs. Kjodorkovsky, Shakhnovsky, Lebedev, and Mizamor. Stephen Curtis is a key figure of the global net of money laundering. The website Prigovor.ru reminds its readers of what happened on August 10, 2004).

 

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