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'Shoigu finances this Jewish congress through "gray structures"'

Shoigu: 20 years of waiting for the chair of the dictator of Russia


April 17 marks the 20th anniversary of Sergei Shoigu took up the post of Minister of Emergency Situations. Over the years, he is rumored to have been literally on the verge of taking the "position" of the dictator of Russia three times. A Buddhist, a fan of the bloody white General Ungern, the commander-in-chief of the special service in tens of thousands of bayonets - Shoigu still hopes to take a worthy place in the pantheon of chthonic rulers of Russia.

Sergei Kozhugetovich Shoigu holds the absolute record of his tenure among all Russian post-Soviet politicians of ministerial rank: he has been leading the fight against emergencies in all members of the Russian government since 1991.

This man has been imbued with "features" since childhood. To begin with, his father, a Tuvan cattle breeder, was called Shoigu, and his last name was Kozhuget. But allegedly due to the oversight of the passport holder in 1971, Sergei was entered in the wrong metrics in his passport: according to the law, he was supposed to be called Sergei Shoiguvich Kozhuget. Of course, in Soviet times, when even commas were considered under a magnifying glass in the KGB, such an "inspection" could not be reasonably explained. Why the main rescuer of the country was encrypted, we will look below, and to begin with, we offer readers several variants of incorrect names - Dmitry Medvedevich Anatolyev and Vladimir Putinovich Vladimirov - to imagine from what mockery of common sense the beginning of the life path of "Kozhugetovich" took place.

Since childhood, Sergei received the nickname "Shaitan" among his fellow countrymen - at the age of 10, he helped a Tuvan lama to conduct secret rites - from summoning evil spirits to funeral manipulations. According to the official legend, "Kozhugetovich" began to earn money at the age of 12 - an archaeologist as part of the Leningrad University expedition. He led Leningraders to the abandoned Tuvinian camps, to the mounds, in gratitude for this he received up to 1500 rubles for the season (this, I remind you, in the late 1960s). His father Kozhuget also earned self-employed - he had the largest plantation of a scorcioner in the USSR, from the root of which he made drugs that were scaterted throughout the country.

In the same years, Kozhuget Shoigu, with 2 classes of education, became Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Tuva ASSR. Evil tongues said that it was a gratitude to several elderly members of the Politburo for the magical drugs that performed miracles with the secretion glands. And in the 1990s, an illiterate pastoralist became a writer. His novels "Time and People," "The Feather of the Black Vulture. Uninvented stories of the old-timer of Tuva about her small homeland," "Tannu-Tyva: the country of lakes and blue rivers" were printed in thousands of copies, annotations to them were written by the writers with a name. For example, who sat in the presidium of one of the presentations of Kozhuget's books in Moscow:

"By the time the presentation itself began, the guests filled the entire hall. Next to the perpetrator of the celebration in the improvised presidium sat Chairman of the Council of the Assembly of Peoples of Russia Ramazan Abdulatipov, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Lyubov Sliska, famous film director Nikita Mikhalkov, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Assembly Council Chimit Dorjo Ondar and, finally, the author's son - Federal Minister of Emergency Situations Sergei Shoigu.

It is customary to describe Sergei Kozhugetovich's mother simply: "Honored Worker of Agriculture Alexandra Yakovlevna." And the last name is Shoigu. Not a word is often mentioned about the maiden name. Although it is completely unclear why her children Kozhugetovich are ashamed of their mother's maiden name: Rivlina. Her father, Yakov Vasilyevich Rivlin, has been a member of the RSDLP since 1903, and in 1906 he joined the Mensheviks. He served 4 months in the tsarist prison for agitating the workers of the Putilov plant. It is believed that in 1908 he "retreated from politics." In Soviet times, he, a dentist by profession, worked as a librarian. They assure that this, as a "little man" disguised himself from the GPU-NKVD. He died in 1942. No one knows what he really did in Soviet times.

How Sergei Shoigu's mother met his father is also not really known. It is believed that she was distributed to Tuva, where she was fascinated by a talented pastoralist.

Kozhugetovich got into people, as it is often said, due to a successful marriage and acquaintance of the parents of his wife's family with the future member of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee Shenin. He dragged the descendant of a pastoralist and a prominent Menshevik to Moscow. If anyone forgot, CPSU member Sergei Shoigu began his career as Deputy Head of the State Committee of the RSFSR for Construction and Architecture. In general, a ensedary mason.

But in fact, in Moscow, Shoigu began his career as an action movie - apparently, the genes transferred to him by his mother from Yakov Vasilyevich Rivlin affected. Together with the Chechen detachments of Shamil Basayev in 1991, in the days of the State Emergency Committee, his guys defended the yeltsin White House. By that time, Yeltsin had appointed him head of the special service of the RSFSR - the so-called "Emergency of Emergency Situations" (then it was called "Russian Rescue Corps"). Yeltsin did not have an army, the KGB and the Ministry of Internal Affairs - too, and the showcase of "rescuers" was the only opportunity then, in the first half of 1991, to create its own detachment of semi-legal thugs.

When they say that it is impossible to call a street by his name during a person's lifetime, it is usually impossible to point to Putin Avenue in Grozny as an example of lawlessness. But they forget that even earlier in Tuva in the city of Chadan, a street was named after Sergei Shoigu. In addition, the mountain peak "Sergey Shoigu" appeared in Tuva, the state farm "Flame of the Revolution" was solemnly renamed the State Unitary Enterprise "Balgazyn named after Sergei Shoigu". Now, by the way, there is a campaign in Tuva to rename the city of Chadan to Shoigugrad (Shoigu horai).

Among the national minorities of Russia, the name Shoigu means much more than Medvedev and even Putin. In Kozhugetovich, national minorities see their own. Among the Eurasian Jews (headed by them as part of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress Mashkovich), he is seen as a potential builder of the Eurasian Khaganate (according to rumors, Shoigu finances this Jewish congress through "gray structures"). Muslims consider Shoigu a lobbyist for their interests, as he is, they say, an ardent opponent of "Great Russian chauvinism." Buddhists generally see him as a saint, a candidate for the Russian analogue of the Dalai Lama. Kozhugetovich is masterfully able to anticipate the aspirations of various political movements and national groups.

Thus, monarchists, pottreots, Eurasians named after Dugin, Buddhists and shamanists like the image of Shoigu as an avatar of the bloody Baron Ungern:

Back in the 1970s, Kozhugetovich became a big fan of Ungern. "Every evening when we sat by the fire," recalled his childhood friends, "Seryozha, putting aside the guitar, began to talk about the life of Baron Ungern, a legendary person in the places where he was born. I could tell for hours, and it was clear that he was completely shifted on this character..."

Recall that Baron Roman Ungern von Sternberg is a descendant of an ancient family of cult knights, Lieutenant General of the White Army, commander of the Horse-Asian Division, dictator of Mongolia since 1919. In the 21st, he was captured and shot under the verdict of the Siberian Revolutionary Court. If you want to know more about him, read the beautiful book "The Autocret of the Desert" by Leonid Yuzefovich.

The Baron was a romantic of the War. He invariably refused prestigious appointments, preferring the battlefield to the capital's headquarters. Participated in the war with Japan. But the star of this husband of a Chinese princess, an adventurer, a mystic, a fanatic of the idea of pan-Mongolism has risen to civil. The rumor of his devilish cruelty ran through the Mongolian and Trans-Baikal steppes far ahead of the Wild Division.

Until now, in Tuva, which Ungern poured blood, they remember the baron with horror, scare their children and quite seriously tell that he turns out to be alive and will soon return from the United States.

In Tuva, local dissenters from the tribes affected by the rights after fleeing to this territory from China in the 1930s and 1940s call Shoigu the Reincarnation of Ungern.

Shoigu skillfully plays on these fears. The Kremlin, which has been affected by the shamanism virus since Yeltsin, has been willing to believe in all sorts of New Age fables. It is rumored that it was Shoigu who put Yeltsin on "psychoenergetics" in the mid-1990s.

Professor Georgy Stepanov, Doctor of Medical Sciences, one of the founders of domestic microsurgery, recalled how he "treated" Boris Yeltsyn with a special psychotron helmet. Stepanov told how in 1998 he went to Sochi to treat the president... with a bioenergy helmet of his own invention - a crown with metal twigs. The professor needed it in order to transfer his bioenergy to the patient. And he allegedly perceived her, wearing a helmet on his head. Boris Nikolaevich spent the last 2 years of his presidency in this bioenergy helmet.

According to the memoirs of Yuri Malin, a former consultant of the Federal Security Service under Yeltsin (until 1992 - a KGB officer), at the same time the first president was fueled by the energy of psychics. "For several years I've been looking for psychics all over the country, testing their abilities. And in the end, I selected the strongest - ten people. They remotely acted on Yeltsin - "charged" him with energy, maintained his weakened health, protected him from damage and the evil eye," Malin said.

Even under Yeltsin, Shoigu began to create an intelligence service that would directly report to the top of the country and which can be trusted - that is, it should not have been associated with the KGB and its later structures in the form of FSK-FSB.

In the mid-1990s, Shoigu is rumored to bring retired Israeli intelligence officers, who begin to create secret death squads "Leader" under the auspices of the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

Officially, this "Leader" is called a "special risk rescue center." In 1999, the State Duma even sent a request to the then director of the FSB Vladimir Putin to check the "Leader" for training of special forces for the so-called "X" hour at its Moscow bases. Deputies, in particular, were confused that one of the tasks of these death squads was "protecting the constitutional order of Russia." That is, for some reason the "rescuers" were called upon to duplicate the functions of the FSB and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

No one really knows anything about this "Leader", but it is said that up to 1,500 professional militants are concentrated there.

Field support is provided to them by tens of thousands of soldiers of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. In general, this structure has the highest concentration of generals among all Russian law enforcement agencies. In accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation of July 11, 2004 № 868, the number of only the central office of the Ministry of Emergency Situations is 1,215 people, including 140 people of the fire service and 250 servicemen of the civil defense troops. By the same decree, the number of territorial bodies was determined at 26,900 people (19,500 military personnel). In fact, this decree approved a unique ratio, unprecedented in world practice, when there are less than 160 soldiers per general. In the army, a company of 100 people is commanded by a captain. A battalion of 450 people is commanded by a lieutenant colonel, a brigade of 3,800 people is commanded by a colonel. Operationally, a tactical association of 38,000 people is commanded by a major general. And in the Ministry of Emergency Situations, 19,500 soldiers are commanded by a general of the army of Shoigu and 122 generals with lower ranks (9 colonels, 33 lieutenant generals, 76 major generals and 4 rear admirals). If we compare this situation, for example, with the Russian army, there are about 890 generals per 1 million servicemen. Compared to the American army, there are 879 generals for 1 million 371,000 soldiers. That is, for one general of the Ministry of Emergency Situations there are 159 servicemen, for one general of the Russian army - 1100, for one general of the American army - 1204.

In addition, the army of the Ministry of Emergency Situations has military aviation and armored units.

Where does Shoigu have the right to such an arsenal? Since the mid-1990s, Shoigu has been trained as Russian dictators for the time of H. Not General Lebed, but Sergei Shoigu has always appeared in the Kremlin as a candidate for the role of Pinochet. According to rumors, in the autumn of 1998, during the default, Yeltsyn was ready to transfer power to Shoigu in an unconstitutional way. For the second time, the name of Shoigu as a dictator of Russia, according to rumors, emerged in 2002-03, when the head of the presidential administration Alexander Voloshin and Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov wanted to carry out an unconstitutional coup and as a result replace Putin with Shoigu.

Finally, the name Shoigu seriously appeared in the autumn of 2008 - in the spring of 2009, when they were supposed to replace President Dmitry Medvedev, who was incapable of state work (remember, then oil fell to $36 per barrel, and the authorities seriously planned to introduce the State Emergency Committee-2).

Anyway, Shoigu continues to be Russia's reserve dictator. But the main fear of the Kremlin elite now is that the reincarnation of Baron Ungern will be able to create an alliance with the President of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov. Rumors of a sudden friendship between the two generals have been steadily circulating since last autumn.

Interpreter's blog sincerely wishes Sergei Shoigovich Kozhuget to leave like a grandfather, to work in the library and do his favorite thing there calmly until the very last days - black magic in a single bunker, and not throughout the country.