Sunday, November 26, 2006

You can take the boy out of the KGB. . .

From The Washington Times:

LONDON -- British authorities said a rare and highly toxic radioactive substance was found in the body of a former KGB spy who accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of his killing in a statement dictated on his deathbed.

"You may succeed in silencing one man, but a howl of protest from around the world will reverberate, Mr. Putin, in your ears for the rest of your life," Alexander Litvinenko said in a statement read aloud by friends outside the hospital where he died.

"May God forgive you for what you have done, not only to me, but to beloved Russia and its people," said the statement, which Mr. Litvinenko dictated shortly before he died Thursday night.

Putin is a KGB operator from the days of the USSR and he has not changed.

Russia is not powerful enough to challenge the US any more and their military hardware is so obsolete and crappy that they do us a favor by selling it to our enemies. However they still have the wherewithal to make themselves a very large turd in the World's punchbowl.

I hope that George W Bush has the wit to be just a little bit embarrassed at his "I looked into his soul" prattle after his first meeting with the old murderer.