Journalist's Murder Seen as Indictment of Putin

The murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya is seen by many not just as a political assassination, but as an indictment of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the European governments that have embraced him.

Thousands turned out Tuesday to mourn the slain journalist, known for her investigations of human rights abuses by pro-Moscow forces in Chechnya. Putin, who made his first public comments about her death during a phone call to President Bush on Monday, and his Kremlin associates were conspicuously absent from her funeral.

Alexei Venediktov, editor of Ekho Moskvy Radio in Moscow, criticized Putin's assurances of justice to Bush. "He couldn't force himself to offer his condolences," Venediktov said. "It gave the impression that he was reporting to President Bush that everything would be taken care of. Like a lieutenant reporting to a colonel."

Russian author Viktor Erofeyev blamed Politkovskaya's death on the "the impenetrable fog of secrecy of Russian rule."

"I am convinced that her killer was, first and foremost, the paucity of freedoms in Russia. The lack of freedom killed freedom - this is where the sad logic of her killing comes from, no matter who is behind it," he wrote.

In Europe, the killing has sparked similar criticisms.

"Everything points to this crime aiming to eliminate a troublesome voice. But the message that Politkovskaya was trying to spread is only made stronger," said the French daily Le Monde, as translated by the BBC.

"The West has closed its eyes to Mr Putin's war. In France, there are even some voices which hail his work of 'restoring the state'. But what kind of state?" asks the paper, adding that "France has lost itself in flattering Mr Putin."

"The murder of Anna Politkovskaya is part of a climate of violence, intolerance and of disrespect for the rule of law for which this government bears a large part of the responsibility. It is high time to distance ourselves from it," Le Monde Says.

The leftist Paris daily Liberation also warns of Putin's "tyrant" tendencies, according to press survey in the Turkish daily Zaman. "The Putin order is well guarded in Russia, which has once again become an omnipresent police state. Putin is pursuing unimpeded the reconstruction of a Russian autocracy worthy of the past, aggressive with its neighbors... and repressive with its citizens."

In Germany, Politkovskaya's murder has spawned a new debate about democracy in Russia," says Spiegel Online, "a topic that was conspicuously absent under ex-chancellor Gerhard Schröder."

SO's press survey reports that the center-left Süddeutsche Zeitung criticized Schröder's "Putinphilia" and welcomed the Chancellor Angela Merkel's more reserved attitude toward the Russian president. The Berliner Zeitung asks, "Why should German companies invest in Russia if they can't count on the Russian rule of law, if they have to fear that problems and disputes will be resolved with bullets in the hallway or show trials?"

The Investigation

The Moscow daily Kommersant reports that investigators are exploring three theories: "that her killing was the revenge of police who were imprisoned as a result of her investigations, or a conspiracy among the opponents of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov, or the revenge of Chechen rebels who went over to the federal side."

The Chechens have flatly denied involvement.

By Jefferson Morley |  October 11, 2006; 12:10 PM ET  | Category:  Europe
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In a real police state people like Politkovskaya dont exist in the first place. If anything killings like this demonstrate the weakness of the Russian state because this demonstrates that Putin has not been able to reign in the crime first let loose in the Yeltsin era. The notion that there was this government ordered hit is to laughable to pay attention to. The truth is Politkovskaya wrote for a minor paper, she was not well known in Russia outside of the center right reformist parties like SPS and Yabloko she wasnt even liked. Her "controversial" writing was ignored by most Russian's and the political establishment had little to nothing to fear from her. She was preaching to the choir of aging ex-dissidents who have been sidelined thanks to their own incompetence in the 1990's. When they controlled the government they were no better able to fight organized crime.

Posted by: Josh | October 11, 2006 01:10 PM

There is democracy in Russia. What Russia lacks is fully developed institutions, but that is nothing 10 years of more GDP growth cant cure. Putin is no tyrant, if anything killings like this demonstrate weakness on his part.

Posted by: | October 11, 2006 01:14 PM

While I do not consider myself hostile toward Russia,I believe Putin must investigate, find, and punish the persons responsible for this murder,and the previous murders of Journalists. As we have seen with the Bush administration, a poor reputation and a lack of respect for human life can seriously damage a country's relations with other contries, and the people of the world.

Posted by: P. J. Casey | October 11, 2006 01:30 PM

Vladimir Putin's Adminstration is being held responsible for the murder of Anna Politkovskaya in the eyes of the world, because of the erosion of the few human rights the Russian people have achieved over the last decade.
In the event of some future show trial involving a Scape-Goat defendent, the world press will investigate and report the truth,with the net affect on the Russian Adminstration as Academic.

Posted by: T. Wilkins | October 11, 2006 02:23 PM

What did you write about 600,000 iraqis killed because of the war when you are so concerned about one journalist and pointing it out as if Mr. Putin ordered it. He is probably the few honest politician who really cares about his country at the present time.

Posted by: stl | October 11, 2006 02:27 PM

Putin is an autocrat thug. He and his ex-KGB cronies despise democracy, free speech, and capitalism. They silence anyone who tries to tell the truth or who tries to exercise power independent of the state. The Chechen rebels will be scapegoated for this crime as usual. Russia is a police state devoid of any sense of justice. Putin has made things worse since taking power. I feel sorry for the families of all the slain journalists and for all the Russian people.

Posted by: JL | October 11, 2006 02:52 PM

Politkovskaya was killed by order m-r
Pytin

Posted by: yefim | October 11, 2006 03:41 PM

Yes, indeed, let's hear it for the silent complicity of Germany's erstwhile Third Way poobah, the only Gazprom director (payoff for Putinphilia) with a Reagan haircut, the richest social democrat this side of the Reich, Gerhard Schröder.

Posted by: Reynolds | October 11, 2006 03:55 PM

The slaying of prominent Russian journalist Anna Politkovskayia is the message to everybody in Russian society: - Shut down! You will be next.- Russian people is living now in fear, in absence of respect to human rights of anyone and everybody. There is no freedom: no self expression, nor press, nor business. Not anymore! In builded by Putin so called vertical of power there so such place for that words. There is no more separation of branches of government - there are simply nothing to separate. Everything tied in monstrous knot of corruption, negligence and criminal (or close to) connections. In such environment nazi and xenophobia are flourishing. So I have displeasure to present you the phenomenon - Russian fascism. Last but not least, as I'm forced to admit with sadness and anger, contract murder in Russia is turning point to our society. We must turn over and close this shameful black page in our history. And we will overcome the grip of gray secret police on our throat, uproot its cancerous net from the life of Russian people.

Posted by: Casper | October 11, 2006 04:02 PM

I am deeply concerned with Russia's retreat from democracy back to authocracy under Putin's rule. But how can one judge Putin, when "the leader of the free world" is setting such standards? 3000+ US lives lost, plus few hundred thousand Iraqi ones (amazingly, almost nobody really cares how many, like if Iraqi lives were second-class) -- Putin looks like a naughty kid compared to that. "The free world" needs to decide what's more important, the principles or the interests, you can't have it both ways. Unfortunately now criticism of Putin coming from the western politicians sounds like pure hypocracy.

Posted by: pat | October 11, 2006 04:26 PM

The first comment, by "Josh", eerily echoes the mid-1930s' Western apologists for Josef Stalin, who said that the murder of Leningrad First Secretary Sergei Kirov by "unknown assailants" was proof that Stalin was not a dictator and did not have Russia under control. Historians now recognize that Kirov's murder heralded Stalin's Great Terror, the final phase in the construction of Soviet totalitarianism.

Posted by: iwsterling | October 11, 2006 04:59 PM

Anna Politkovskayia was assassinated by an ex-KGB agent, acting on orders issued by his old boss from the Soviet secret police...Vladimir Putin. Perhaps George Bush can "look into the soul" of his pal Putin once again and tell the world what he sees there, but we already know what dwells within...the blackened soul of a murdering monster. Case closed.
Pax vobiscum, Anna Politkovskayia.

Posted by: munkle | October 11, 2006 05:21 PM

Comparisons to Stalin are laughable. Who was Politovskaya that Putin would order he killed? She wrote for some minor newspaper with the circulation of some third rate online newsletter. Who in Russia actually read anything she wrote? Her audience was one of aging liberals like she herself. Kirov was a man who could have easily taken Stalin's job, he was a major national figure, she wasnt. Putin with his 70% approval rating had precisely what to fear from this woman?

All this talk of Vlad the dictator is going to look all the funnier in 2008 when he is gone and out of office.

Exactly what freedoms are lacking in Russia today? This so-called media clampdown has done precisely nothing to cut the number of privately owned papers, radio channels or online outlets. The state owns the 3 over the air broadcasters, big deal. As Russian society gets richer and more people go online, more people get cable, more people can afford papers, whats the end result? There is no shortage of opinion out there in Russia and nobody is living in fear. Maybe you should actually visit the country. This is not the 1930's.

As for the "chilling effect" argument, nobody was calling Yeltstin a dictator when even more brazen murders were happening under his watch and nobody stopped printing just like nobody will stop printing now. Will her newspaper close? NO.

Is Putin trying to manage the political situation to keep his party in power? Is he using dirty tricks that wouldnt work in the West? Sure, but thats politics in a developing country, its doesnt mean there is a dictatorship in place. What is means is that institutions are not fully developed, but there is progress.

The idea that things are moving towards some Soviet revival are thoroughly off the mark. One need only live in Moscow for a week to see that.

Posted by: josh | October 11, 2006 06:38 PM

The vast majority of Russians including myself had barely heard about this journalist before the last few days. Nor had she had any influence on the Russian political landscape whatsoever. Her assassination is of course a tragic event, but this is clearly a cheap-made provocation aimed to compromise Russia's image in the eyes of the western public.

What the real concern should be is how easily the westerners get brain-washed. The mere fact that each and every channel sound so alike on the subject should be raising a red flag for you.

Posted by: Yuri | October 11, 2006 07:59 PM

Whether ordered by army officers, Kadryov, or Putin himself, Putin is responsible for the dirty system and the dirty war in Chechnya.

It was Putin who blew up the Moscow apartment buildings as an excuse to restart the Chechen war. Why would the Chechens do it? They had won the first war.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_apartment_bombings

On the evening of September 22, 1999, an alert resident of an apartment building in the town of Ryazan noticed strangers moving heavy sugar sacks into the basement from a car. Militia (the local police) were called to the site and all residents were evacuated. The first test of the powder from the sacks showed the presence of an explosive. All roads from the town were brought under heavy surveillance but no leads were found. A telephone service employee tapped into long-distance phone conversations managed to detect a conversation in which an out-of-town person suggested to take care and to watch for patrols. That person's number was found to belong to an FSB office in Moscow.

Federalnaya Sluzhba Bezopasnosti declared that the incident was a training exercise forty-eight hours later. The original chemical test was declared inaccurate due to contamination of the analysis apparatus from a previous test. The public inquiry committee could not come to a complete conclusion on this and other incidents due to incoherent answers from federal bodies. The General Prosecutor's office has closed the criminal investigation of the Ryazan incident in April 2000...

Posted by: OD | October 11, 2006 09:41 PM

...The Russian Duma rejected two motions for parliamentary investigation of the Ryazan incident. An independent public commission to investigate the bombings chaired by Duma deputy Sergei Kovalev was rendered ineffective because of government refusal to respond to its inquiries. Two key members of the Kovalev Commission, Sergei Yushenkov and Yuri Schekochikhin, both Duma members, have since died in apparent assassinations in April 2003 and July 2003 respectively. The Commission's lawyer Mikhail Trepashkin has been arrested in October 2003 to become one of the better-known political prisoners in Russia. Another member of the commission, Otto Lacis, was brutally beaten in November 2003.

Posted by: OD | October 11, 2006 09:46 PM

http://www.cdi.org/russia/johnson/2006-25-32.cfm
...Finally there is the curious incident of the Duma speaker who announced to the lower house of the Russian parliament, on 13 September 1999, that the Volgodonsk apartment-building explosion had occurred three days in advance of the actual event. The official shorthand record of the proceedings of the State Duma on 13 September 1999 gives the following exchange:

Seleznev G.N. [speaker] ­ Here is another statement. It is reported from Rostov on Don that tonight a residential house was bombed in the town of Volgodonsk.

Zhirinovsky V.V. [deputy speaker] ­ And there is a nuclear power station in Volgodonsk.

Three days later, 17 people were killed in Volgodonsk in a blast that destroyed a residential building.

If the speaker of the State Duma was able to announce on 13 September 1999 an explosion that did not happen until 16 September 1999, he must have received - and accidentally published - an advance notification of an event planned by a person of some rank in official circles. No investigation of this matter was ever carried out.

Posted by: OD | October 11, 2006 09:47 PM

PS In case anyone doesn't know what I'm talking about, a string of apartment buildings around Russia were blown up in September 1999, killing hundreds. Putin seized the chance to restart the failed war in Chechnya - winning it this time - and rode his wartime popularity to a crushing election victory.

Posted by: OD | October 11, 2006 09:51 PM

People have actually been convicted over those bombings. This is laughable, next you will be arguing that Bush staged 9/11, there was no moon landing and the illuminati run the world. The Russian government leaks like a infected wound today. The notion that a government whose submarines routinely sink, who committed one of the biggest blunders in history at Beslan and one that routinely cant tell left from right in its foreign policy with one ministry consistently saying one thing and another saying something else in open confrontation is capable of a conspiracy on such a scale is surely a bad joke.

Putin may well be many things (his main sin is being a politician in the first place) but this well organized monster is not one of them. Competing Kremlin clanish interests would betray whoever planned such a thing in a day.

I personally have concluded that the truth is the Kremlin doesnt trust its army and its security establishment as evidenced by the recent purges within the FSB. Pavel Felgenhaur (no Putin lover) has written to this effect himself. Chechnya has shown Putin that his generals will not only lie to him, but that they are not competent. He would never trust them to stage anything because he wouldnt believe that they could. Blunders in Qatar and Georgia have certainly not strengthened the imagine of a competent Russian security establishment.


Posted by: josh | October 11, 2006 10:34 PM

I wonder. Russian newspapers display a huge variety of opinions about death of Anna Politkovskaya, as well as multiple versions. However all European and American newspapers sing in unison like a trained chorus. Should Russia really learn THAN kind of freedom of speech? Or maybe it is the West that should learn from Russia a bit?

Posted by: Alexander | October 12, 2006 10:51 AM

Josh, have you ever heard me claim that Bush did 911 or that the illuminati exist?

Have you never heard of states attacking themselves to form a war pretext. The US govt is as leaky as a sieve, but that didn't prevent Tonkin Gulf.

If you have a problem with my facts, address my facts. I believe you'll have a tough time knocking them down. While you're at it, explain why the Chechens wanted to restart the war with Russia when they had won independence.

You're right that the Russian state is too incompetent to pull off the apartment bombings without getting caught.

That's why they did get caught. I told you, these FSB men were spotted planting the bomb, and their calls were traced. After 48 hours' stonewalling, the FSB did eventually admit that, yes, its men had been putting these sacks in an apartment block basement.

That's also why the Duma speaker Gennady Seleznev, who was probably drunk, accidentally read out the tragic report of the Volgodonsk bombing three days before it happened.

Moreover, the Chechen accused of masterminding the bombings, Achemez Gochiyayev, who is still at large, sent emails to several Russian newspapers saying that he was an unknowing participant in a plot organized by an undercover FSB agent, Ramazan Dyshekov.

None of the people convicted were ever implicated in the actual planting of the bombs, just in storing and delivering the explosives.

Posted by: OD | October 12, 2006 06:31 PM

Anyway, this 'laughable' conspiracy theory is believed by large numbers of Russians.

'04/17/2002
Agence France-Presse
(Copyright 2002)
MOSCOW, April 17 (AFP) - Over 40 percent of Russians questioned in a recent poll think it likely that the secret services are linked to a wave of bombings that sparked the war in Chechnya, as claimed by exiled media tycoon Boris Berezovsky, Russia's public opinion research center said.
Six percent of the respondents said they were sure that it was the FSB security service that staged the bombings in Moscow and Volgodonsk, killing some 300 people in September 1999.
Another 37 percent of those questioned in the poll did not exclude the possibility that the accusations, voiced in Berezovsky's recent controversial film, were true even though the FSB's guilt was not proved. However, some 38 percent of the respondents totally denied the charge, the center said, adding that only 16 percent were completely convinced that the bombs were planted by Chechen rebels.
Some 39 percent of the poll's respondents insisted that the allegations should be thoroughly investigated, while a third of those questioned doubted that the whole truth of the matter could be found.
In any case, over half of all respondents said that Berezovsky's film should be broadcast on Russia's central television, the center said, adding that most respondents slammed the channels' decision not to screen the film as cowardly...'

It's noteworthy that the Chechens, who normally loudly proclaim their responsibility for attacks in Russia, hotly denied involvement in this.

You may continue to ignore all this evidence if it makes you uncomfortable, Josh. But don't call me a tinfoil hat conspiracy theorist.

As I said, I don't believe the US government was involved in 911. But I'd probably reconsider that opinion if the NYPD had arrested two FBI men planting explosives in the WTC basement the previous day.

I'd be stupid not to.

Posted by: OD | October 12, 2006 06:41 PM

The Chechens invaded Dagestan effectively at the same time as the bombings. It really lovely how you overlook the 5,000 men Basayev marched into Russia proper before Putin sent so much as one soldier into Chechnya and before the last of these bombings even happened. The jihadi element in Chechnya had no intention of stopping the war with just Chechnya, they want the entire N.Caucus and dream of a caliphate still larger than that.

As for the Chechens accepting credit for their attacks, for about 6 months Basayev denied being involved in Nord Ost only in at the time of that Radio Liberty interview did he admit his role.

Posted by: Josh | October 12, 2006 08:37 PM

I mean Beslan, not Nord Ost sorry.

Posted by: Josh | October 12, 2006 08:38 PM

Russian's love conspiracy theories, you should see polls about American activities in Iraq and the mid. east or what they think of 9/11 and Bush. Thats the result of having a generation of people raised in soviet times who recieved no proper grounding in the social sciences.

Posted by: Josh | October 12, 2006 08:40 PM

For god's sake what is with this blind dismissal of any possible role by the government. First of all, she was not the first journalist killed - Paul Klebnikov, the Russian editor of Forbes, his murder still hasn't been solved after three years. Then there is just the audacity of the crime. She was shot in broad daylight and the assassin deliberately left the weapon at the scene. Add that to the way Putin has been seizing control - changing the system allowing him to appoint members of government, having the head of Yukos jailed so that the government controlled companies maintained dominance on the oil market, consolidation of media control...It seems likely that someone within the government or the army ordered this hit and likely through the Russian mob.

Posted by: Publius | October 12, 2006 10:38 PM

For god's sake what is with this blind dismissal of any possible role by anybody else but Russian government?

Journalists in Russia are 10 times less likely to become a victim to a murder than an average Russian. This statistic includes Politkovskaya's death - before she was murdered the chance was 20 times lower. Journalists being killed in Russia? Looks more like they are treasured and protected.

As for who did murder her, there are plenty of people who had much more motives to do this than Putin or Kadyrov - and who had motives aplenty to put the blame on Putin or Kadyrov or preferably both.

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911 JUDGMENT of GOD

Does anyone doubt 911 as the JUDGMENT of GOD upon AMERICA, and the NATIONS of the WORLD? Read on now; writes Ivor Manuel, Branch of the Lord.

Yesterday 10/22/06 Associated Press published the following story: NEW YORK - Searchers found more bones believed to belong to Sept. 11 World Trade Center attack victims Sunday in manholes and utility areas, areas that apparently were overlooked years ago...

Utility and city officials have excavated more than five hundred areas, yielding more than 100 pieces of human remains, since construction workers discovered bones earlier in the week in a manhole excavated as part of work in a transit hub...

The medical examiner's office said 18 pieces of remains were found Sunday. The bones found thus far range from tiny fragments to recognizable bones from the sculls, torso, feet and hands. Some are as large as whole arms and legs bones...

Now read the WORD of the LORD by Prophet ISAIAH chapter 34: 1, 2, 3, 4. For the LORD shall accomplish His purpose according to the WORD by His prophets; writes Ivor Manuel.

"Come near, ye nations, to hear; and hearken ye people; let the Earth hear, and all that is therein; the World and all things that come forth of it. For the indignation of the LORD is upon all nations, and His fury upon all their ARMIES; He hath utterly destroyed them; He has delivered them to the slaughter. THEIR SLAIN also SHALL BE CAST OUT, and THEIR STINK SHALL COME UP OUT of their CARCASES, and the MOUNTAINS SHALL BE MELTED (mountains in Afghanistan) with their BLOOD. And all the Host of Heaven shall be dissolved, and the Heavens shall be rolled together as (Tsunami, Earthquakes and Hurricanes) a scroll; and all their entire host (idols of America and the World) shall fall down, as the leaf falleth off from the vine, and as a falling fig from the fig tree."

Now, read the WORD of the LORD given to Ivor Manuel prophet, and published before the Presidential elections of 2004, in his Web Page named www.Aleuzenev.com

End of page 4 and part of page 5 of 22 pages:

Then from there; JESUS the son of man; The MESSIAH SON of GOD; The HIGHEST PRIEST and PROPHET of the prophets; ALEUZENEV; HIS NEW NAME (Revelation 3:12); Our HEAVENLY BROTHER whom is set down with OUR FATHER in HIS THRONE; spoke saying to HIS brother: "Write all that I AM saying in your ears; that MY sheep may read and understand MY FATHER'S WORD, and also hear MY VOICE in their ears; to understand "The COVENANT of PEACE and ETERNAL LIFE." And HIS prophet opened the LORD'S BOOK of REVELATION given to HIS servant; Saint JOHN THE DIVINE 2:23 and read HIS Written WORDS: "And I will kill her children with death [JEZEBEL'S children, those who idolized their own FREDOM, Statue of Liberty, Goddess of Liberties; worshipers of Baal god of material images from the church of THYATIRA]; and all the churches shall know that I AM He whom searches the rains and the hearts: and I will give unto every one of you according to your Works."

Thereon, the prophet recalled December of 1998; after President Clinton had been impeached by the House of Representatives, and before the Senate of the United States would vote on February 12, 1999, Year of Our LORD, to either remove or leave the President in office. The following testimony of JESUS was dictated to HIS brother Ivor Manuel (prodigal son); by HIM; The SPIRIT of PROPHESY. The testimony was published in a tourist magazine named ORIENTATION; and was read by people all over the World visiting Orlando; and few shall know, they were blessed with this knowledge during their visit to Florida. It was titled, "KING and COURT vs. the people;" and it is written: "Raising the consciousness of the planet is the job of the King (Establish Morality and Peace by the WORD of GOD), but the King is a liar (then, President Bill Clinton) and teaches immorality and adultery to the people. The King has broken The Law of the land and that of Heaven. He has lied to his people and murdered his brothers [lies about adultery and bombing of Baghdad during Ramadan] as they prayed. The House has judge the King and found him guilty (Impeachment by the House), but the King and his court (The President and Senators that voted against his Impeachment) believe he is above The Law. The King is arrogant, his court is in darkness and they blind the people with the veil of money and idolatry to the host of impurity. The speaker of the House has shown the way and has asked the King to follow in the way of constriction (resign as President), but the King and his court will not yield to the wisdom of repentance. Therefore the people (common people must raise a voice against the President and the Congress) must raise the consciousness of the King and his court. The people who say: "In GOD we TRUST," must follow The Consciousness of Light (CHRIST'S CONSCIOUSNESS) and punish the King. If the people fail to fire (Impeach the President) the King, they will bring GREAT CONDEMNATION UPON the LAND of AMERICA."

It was signed, prophet for the new millennium. Then he (Ivor Manuel prophet) recalled that February 12 of 1999 Year of Our LORD came; which is also his birthday as well. On that day, the Senate voted to leave the President in office. Then on April 20th 1999, the day of the prophet's 25th wedding anniversary, while US. Jet-fighters where bombing Kosovo; The LORD began to pass through the land of America; Littleton, Chicago, Atlanta, etc; and smite the children of the Christian nation, according to "The WORKS" the leaders of America have Glorified; "THE TEACHINGS of WAR [Kosovo then, now Afghanistan and Iraq] and VIOLENCE", just as The LORD had prophesized it would happened in HIS BOOK of REVELATION chapter 2: 23; and had told HIS prophet to warn the nation before February 12 of 1999, which he did accordingly. "I pray for you to understand in The LIGHT", says Ivor Manuel.

Today, October 23, 2006, the WORD of the LORD remains with HIS JUDGMENT and CONDEMNATION upon the LAND of AMERICA; unless the people REPENT and IMPEACH President George W. Bush; thus says The LORD, and writes His prophet Ivor Manuel; the children of America are dying, the poor has been being sacrifice because of his taste for Violence, his vision of Peace is a "Covenant with Death."

"And He said unto me, THOU MUST PROPHESY again BEFORE MANY PEOPLES and NATIONS, and TONGUES, and KINGS." Revelation 10:11
And I praise Him: ALELUYA! AMEN! ALEUZENEV! Vengan mis hermanos Judios (Los Aztecas and all Immigrants) para ALEUZENEV! I pray for you and Peace for the World, Ivor Manuel prophet, the pillar branch of the Lord.

Posted by: Ivor Manuel prophet | November 3, 2006 12:22 PM

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