That is an example of former nazi individuals after WWII "working" outside of Germany and outside of the state organisations of Germany.<quoted text>just for example - "Walter Rauff, a senior SD officer, friend of Dulles and once head of the SD in Milan (after a tour in Tunisia as head of the SD there during Rommel's campaign in Africa.)...
Rauff worked for the CIA, lived unmolested and well protected by the CIA, in South America" .
and it is on the first page of putting in google "ex-sd working..."
One needs to differentiate between organisations and individuals.
Your example is ill-construed.<quoted text>
...let me explain - its like you are for decriminalisation of our world (good) and you say -"ALL criminals in prisons should be hanged. period."
- I read it and start to say :"stop, stop, stop...there are those in prisons who are teens, thiefs, simply people who accidentally killed somebdy in car crash etc...- you should not be so indiscreminate" - and you respond - ;"Arrr, you Russians always protect criminals !" -that is a formular of all conversations with you if to simplify it and to look undeneath of it...
The main problem is quite the opposite - that not all soviet criminals are in prison.
But you are right that Russians (at least Kremlin gremlins) DO protect soviet criminals. And they protect post-soviet criminals as well.
Should all criminals be trialed? Absolutely.
Another problem with your ill-contrued example is that you concentrated on the individual guilt and neglected the criminality of organisations. I have always made a distinction between the two.
Your attempt at painting me into a corner with your ill-construed example is really pathetic of you.
I am not equating on a fine scale. I am pointing out continuity between the two. My equating is on the scale of 'criminal'/'not criminal'- NKVD and FSB are both criminal through continuity. And both are criminal through their activities, but not equally criminal based on their activities.<quoted text>
Tarmo, no me, nor any other Russian (exept for unlol maybe)are in love with KGB, NKVD etc..., but your rediculous attempt to equate FSB to NKVD
You are accusing me of a comparison that I have not made.<quoted text>
...and your childish "I want" regarding "DISMANTLE" and "put a stamp" BECAUSE IT IS THE SAME AS NKVD and GESTAPO - it will always result in people's saying, "come on, you are a bit out of reality, dude" - and then people will try to prove that you are wrong and give you examples and it will look like whitewashing NKVD - even those who don't like KGB of 1970-80-s but are reasonable people would HAVE TO give you examples that KGB in 1970-90-s was not that bad as NKVD of Stalin's times and waaaaaaay better then Gestapo.
I have not compared 1930-40s Gestapo with the KGB of 1970-90s.
I have compared the imaginary 1970-90s Gestapo with the real KGB of 1970-90s. Pretty childish of you, I might add.
You are only making a fool out of yourself.<quoted text>
I am pointing out that your mother was a member of Young Communist League not because I want to insult you, but in attempt to give you opportunity to feel with your own skin that your exagerations and extrapolations ARE STUPID.
You are accusing me of claims I have not made.
You should REALLY try self-reflection.<quoted text>
You may post whatever you want - I will not respond anymore
because we have a saying in Russia "esli chelovek durak, to eto nadolgo" (that means that "if you a fool, tarmo,then it is forewer"- and any discussion with you is useless.
Oh, I forgot, you DO practice self-reflection and then accuse others of your own wrongdoings - a common soviet/derzhavist technique.
Keep up the good work!