Jakob ScharfThe chickens of multiculturalism, diversity, and open borders have returned home to roost in Denmark, that land of open-mindedness on just about everything.

KhodorkovskyRussia’s Trial of the Century has come to a close with the final ruling declaring former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky guilty of embezzling over $25 billion dollars worth of oil from the Yukos oil company he founded and ran.

gavelAfter the recent revelation of Russian sleeper operatives in the United States and London, the winds of espionage continue to move eastward, as the Polish government has announced that they have discovered and sentenced a Russian spy.

KremlinAs reported previously, the Communist Party of South Africa (CPSA) hosted the 12th International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties. Among the stated “102 delegates representing 51 participating Parties from 43 countries” was the Russian Communist Workers' Party – Revolutionary Party of Communists (RCWP-RPC) leader Viktor Tyulkin.

Vladimir KvachkovThe bear continues to rattle as, on December 23, the Russian news agency Itar-Tass reported that a former Russian colonel was “detained on suspicions of complicity in terrorism.” Sources at Moscow’s Lefortovo district court identified the suspect as “Former Colonel of the Russian Military Intelligence Service (GRU), Vladimir Kvachkov” and told Itar-Tass that Col. Kvachkov “is suspected of complicity in terrorism and plans to organize an armed revolt.”