From ancient times, all governments have practiced espionage in neighboring countries and have ferreted out enemy spies on their own territories. In addition, all governments have had to track their own subjects to ensure that such nationals are not organizing secret plots or conspiracies. Thus, so-called “special services” actually appeared in the world already from time immemorial. However, only after the First World War in the most prominent countries began to arise these “special services” of a contemporary nature, a character that constitutes an enormous power (e.g., the Russian VChK and the American FBI). These present-day “special services” already have a network of secret agents in all layers of various societies.
Yet, foreign intelligence services and counterintelligence services everywhere have turned into horrific monsters, the current mutation having occurred only when they got their hands on independent financial resources by means of the narcotics trade and other dark criminal sectors. Therefore, all the “special services” in the world began to completely work for themselves and turned into mafia groupings, which already back during the 1960s seized secret power throughout the world. However, the attention in this book is devoted to the four clans of our security mafias, which were formed on the basis of the foreign secret services of the KGB.
To investigate this intricate and tangled system of secret security clans is not that straightforward or simple. Therefore, the author has had to develop his research by repeatedly correcting assumptions and mistakes. In general, this study by no means is intended for the amateur, as is the case for any literature that aspires to be of a scientific nature.
(Authorized by Oleg Grechenevsky)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1: How it all began. What are the power “agencies.” KGB in the forefront of the struggle for restructuring (the “perestroika”). Victory of forces of democracy. A few words about Comrade Kryuchkov. Soldiers of the invisible front. Phenomenon of Sobchak. August 1991, who won and who lost. Boris Yeltsin as the mirror of the Russia democracy. Our great leader and teacher, comrade Putin. Methods of Russia special services amidst conditions of freedom and democracy.
Part 2: Yeltsin and Korzhakov. Gangster State’s not so bad.
Part 3: Yuri Vladimirovich Andropov. Andropov and Gorbachev. 1982, a crucial year. Too late. Gorbachev and Romanov. Chebrikov and hooks. Kryuchkov and the August coup. Secrets of the Foreign Intelligence Service. Who really rules the country. Note to Part 3
Part 4: Foreign intelligence at Cherbrikov. The rear base of foreign intelligence. Within some “mafia” intelligence entered Kryuchkov? August 1991, a new version of events. Andropov as the founder of the “European mafia.” The victory of democracy. Europe has always overcome Asia!
Part 5: Summary. Unbreakable union of free republics. Secret Agent. Great way of heroin. As KGB mafia divides the stolen money. Noble community. Money should grow and push!
Part 6: New look at combating KGB clans. The struggle for power after the death of Andropov. Who was the father of democracy? Phenomenon of Stepashin. Unity and enmity of the two mafias.
Part 7: “European mafia” foreign intelligence.
Part 8: “European mafia” foreign intelligence – addition. “Asian mafia” foreign intelligence.
Part 9: “European mafia” – addition. “Asian mafia” foreign intelligence – addition.
Part 10: New look at combating KGB faction within the ruling mafia. Gaidar and his team. The first split in the ruling mafia, October 1993. Independent Ichkeria.
Part 11: Fight against terrorism. Further disintegration of “Asian mafia.” Top of democracy, loans auctions. Oligarchs.
Part 12: Oligarchs, continued. Hot summer 1996. President Administration with Chubais. The second government of Chernomyrdin. Landscape after the battle.
Part 13: 1997, lull between storms. Administration of the President in 1997. Third government of Chernomyrdin. Chubais battle with Berezovsky. 1998, the year of default. Government of Kiriyenko. Government of Primakov. Administration of the President in Autumn 1998.
Part 14: Intensification of the struggle within the ruling elite at the end of 1998. Government of Stepashin. Putin and FSB. Government of Putin and the Presidential Administration. Black September.
Part 15: Presidential Administration in 2000. Mikhail Kasyanov’s Cabinet. Power structures under Putin. 2002, year of the “Nord-Ost”. 2003, Presidential Administration. 2004, government and Administration of the President.
Part 16: “Young Economists” of Gaidar-Chubais. All-Union Scientific Research Institute for the System Studies. “The Commission of the Political Bureau”. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. Central Economic and Mathematic Institute.
Part 17: Chubais and his team. Worshop “Snake Jam”. Political club “Perestroika”. Discussion Club “Synthesis”. Institute of Economics and Forecasting of scientific and technical progress.
Part 18: Spring 2004. Chebrikov, Kryuchkov, Yeltsin, Luzhkov and Iosif Kobzon.
Part 19: 1990s Gangster War in Moscow. Vladimir Filin’s drug mafia.
Part 20: Why is European police not fighting our mafia of KGB ( continued ). The “Moscow clan.” Shabtai Kalmanovich. Boris Birstein. Grigory Luchansky. Semyon Mogilevich. Author’s appeal.
Part 21: “Filin’s Gang again in battle”… to put drug dealers out of the Mafia’s foreign intelligence is now quite impossible – neither in Russia, nor even in the West”. Berezovsky Clan, Arkady Gaydamak, Lev Leviev…. Appendix №1 to 21 parts. Appendix №2 to 21 parts.
Part 22: Reshuffle in November 2005. The KGB and the CIA. Secret KGB institutions. Collapse of Soviet Empire or sweet Misha. Letter of VK Bukovsky.
Part 23: Role of the USSR State Committee of Building for the establishment of democracy in Russia. “Parallel Center”, that KGB prepare for the economic reform. Grigory Yavlinsky or Taming of the Shrew. Team of the USSR State Committee of Labour.
Part 24: Who actually running the gang of Vladimir Filin? New look at the combating KGB groups. Doom 1999. In the service of world capital. Terrorist attack at September 11, 2001 (9/11). Business and mutually beneficial cooperation between CIA and KGB. Appendix to part 24.
Part 25: Correspondence of the Author with the book characters. President Yeltsin and his “family”.
1994, the first split within the KGB mafia. Appendix to part 25.
Part 26: KGB wolves in sheep’s clothing. Export of weapons and KGB clans. Overthrow of General Korzhakov. 1997, the second largest split in Kremlin geometry. Chekist “triangle”.
Part 27: New Putin will be Sergei Ivanov. Which mafia operates Kasyanov? Kiriyenko’s Government or Kremlin theater of the absurd. Primakov’s government. Appendix to part 27.
Part 28: Fall of Primakov’s government. Stepashin’s government and the Kremlin has taken a pause. Putin’s government. Appendix to part 28.
Part 29: International Relations of our KGB mafia. A new look at the US ruling clans. Enduring friendships: the CIA and the KGB – brothers forever! Chekist mafia in United States. Appendix № 1 to part 29. Appendix № 2 to part 29.
Part 30: al-Qaida and CIA. What kind of secret service now runs al-Qaeda? The fight with terrorists during reign of Nicholas II. The fight against Islamic terrorism, and the American special services. Appendix № 1 to part 30. Appendix № 2 to part 30.
Part 31: Submarine journey in the steppes of Ukraine. Yanukovych’s clan. Clan of Yushchenko. Clan of Tymoshenko. Ukraine “power triangle” is similar to Russian one. Orange Revolution.
Part 32: Mafia clans of Kazakhstan. President Nazarbayev’s clan. James Giffen – or the feat of the America intelligence. Timur Kulibayev – the favourite son-in-law of the President. CREDIT AGRICOLE INDOSUEZ – the favorite bank of President Nazarbayev.
Part 33: Moscow clan in Kazakhstan. Grouping of former Prime Minister Tereshchenko. Rakhat Aliyev – former son-in-law of President Nazarbayev. “Family” clan of mafia KGB-CIA. Kazakhstan grouping of former Prime Minister Kazhegeldin. Grouping of oligarch Mashkevich. Fighting Mafia clans KGB in Kazakhstan. A new look at birth of Putin regime in Russia. Kazakhstan oil and the big politics.
Part 34: Fight of KGB clans in Georgia in the early 1990s. A new look at collapse of Soviet Empire in 1991. Overthrow of President Gamsakhurdia. Calling of Edward Shevardnadze to kingdom. The war in Abkhazia.
Part 35: Freddy Woodruff, or the American resident’s bug. How Edward Shevardnadze became the real ruler of Georgia. President Shevardnadze’s overthrow. The new Georgia president Mikhail Saakashvili.
Part 36: Poland and democracy. Polish revolution of 1980 – 1981 years. Lech Walesa, the father of the Polish democracy. Restructuring in Poland. First attempt of lustration in Poland.
Part 37: Vladimir Alganov, or our people in Warsaw. Revelation of chekist Alganov. Statistics of the mortality among the acting Deputies of the Sejm.
Part 38: “Prague Spring” in 1968. Czechoslovakia after the “normalization”. Story of one forward collective farm in Moravia. Velvet Revolution in 1989.
Part 39: Vaclav Havel, the father of democracy in Czechoslovakia. Vaclav Klaus – the second President of Czechia. Fighting between clans in Czechia.
Part 40: Activities of mafia secret services in Germany. “Plutonium scam”. History of the main cleric of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). Erich Mielke – the dinosaur of the era of Stalinism.
Part 41: Markus Wolf, chief of the best intelligence in the world. Chancellor Brandt. Chancellor Kohl. Vice Chancellor Geshner. Chancellor Schroeder and Vice-Chancellor Fischer. Chancellor Merkel. Chekist business in GDR. Billionaire from the Stasi. George Soros almost bought Dresden.
Part 42: New Look at American clans ruling the world. How it all began in America. Calculation of the security services of the American Mafia clans.
Part 43: American President Bill Clinton’s Administration.
Part 44: American President George Bush’s Administration.
Part 45: American President Barrack Obama’s Cabinet.
Part 46: New look at the American clans of the mafia of the security services. Activities of the mafia of the secret services in the UK. How the first “chekists” appeared in Russia.
Part 47: Mafia of the foreign intelligence, how it all began. The last Stalin years. “Ordered to survive.” Andropov and Hungary events of 1956. Rise of Andropov.
Part 48: Source of the KGB mafia found! Finland, as the homeland of our foreign intelligence mafia. East Germany, as a bulwark of the KGB mafia. India, a country of the KGB miracles. How the Intelligence seized the leadership of the Counter-Intelligence.
Part 49: Brezhnev, as the frontman of the KGB mafia. From Andropov to Gorbachev: ideological differences within the KGB mafia.
Part 50: The first Government of Silaev.
Part 51: The second Government of Silaev. The Government of Yeltsin – Gaidar.
Part 52: The first Government of Chernomyrdin.
Part 53: Resignations and appointments in the first Chernomyrdin’s Government. A new look at the splitting of the pro-American clan of the KGB. The second Government of Chernomyrdin.
Part 54: New look at the inter-clan war in 1997. Kiriyenko’s Government. The Primakov’s Government.
Part 55: The Stepashin’s Government. First Government of Putin.
Part 56: Mikhail Kasyanov’s Cabinet. The first Government of Fradkov.
Part 57: Second Government of Fradkov. Government of Zubkov. Putin’s second Government. Medvedev’s Government …
Part 58: 1992 – 1998, leaders of the federal government …
Part 59: 1998 until 2012, heads of the federal authorities.
Part 60: Capitals of the Chekist clans from 1997 to 2005.
Part 61: Capitals of the Chekist clans from 2006 to 2012.
Part 62: Clan affiliation of the heads of the Russian regions in 1992.
Part 63: Clan membership of the heads of the regions of Russia from 1992 to 1994.
Part 64: Clan membership of the heads of the regions of Russia from 1995 until 1998.
Part 65: Clan membership of the heads of the regions of Russia from 1999 until 2005.
Part 66: Clan membership of the heads of the Russian regions from 2006 to 2010.
Part 67: Clan membership of the heads of the regions of Russia from 2011 until 2013. Russia’s ruling elite – a summary for the years 1992 – 2013.
Part 68: Ukraine. Board of President Kravchuk. Board of President Kuchma. Board of President Yushchenko. Board of President Yanukovych. Capitals of the KGB clans of Ukraine.
Part 69: Kazakhstan. President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan. Chairmen of the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan. Capitals of the KGB clans of Kazakhstan.
Part 70: Georgia. Board of President Gamsakhurdia. Board of President Shevardnadze. Board of President Saakashvili. The capitals of KGB clans of Georgia.
Part 71: Belorussia. Board of Prime Minister Kebich. Board of President Lukashenko. Vladimir Peftiev, the only Belorussian billionaire.
Part 72: Armenia. Board of President Ter-Petrosian. Board of President Kocharian. Board of President Sargsyan.
Part 73: Azerbaijan. Board of President Mutalibov. Board of President Elchibey. Board of President Heydar Aliyev. Board of President Ilham Aliyev. Fight of the KGB clans in USSR in the first half of the 1980s.
Part 74: Uzbekistan. President Karimov. Vice President Mirsaidov. The Prime Ministers of Uzbekistan. Chairmen of the National Security Service of Uzbekistan.
Tajikistan. Presidents of Tajikistan. Prime Minister of Tajikistan. Heads of special services of Tajikistan.
Part 75: Turkmenistan. The presidents of Turkmenistan. Heads of State Security of Turkmenistan.
Kyrgyzstan. Board of President Akayev. Board of President Bakiyev. Board of President Otunbayeva. Board of President Atambayev.
Part 76: KGB capitals of the West. Capitals of the KGB clans for all countries (Summary Table).
Part 77: Lithuania. Board of Prime Ministers Vagnorius and Abisala. Board of Presidents Brazauskas, Adamkus and Paksas Grybauskaite. St. Petersburg group of volunteers in Lithuania.
Part 78: Latvia. Estonia.
Part 79: Moldova. Summing over all the former Soviet republics.
Part 80: Poland. Board of Presidents Lech Walesa, Aleksander Kwasniewski, Lech Kaczynski and Bronislaw Komorowski. KGB capitals of Poland.
Part 81: Poland. Secret agent of the security Lech Walesa.
Part 82: Czechoslovakia. Czechia. Slovakia.
Part 83: Hungary. Bulgaria.
Part 84: Romania. Summing up the results of the former socialist countries of Europe.
Part 85: German companies closely associated with the KGB mafia.
Part 86: Board of Chancellor Kohl. Board of Chancellor Schroeder.
Part 87: Board of Chancellor Merkel. German presidents.
Part 88: Clan membership of the heads of the federal states of Germany.
Part 89: Distribution of the German capital by the mafia clans.