I was just taking a fast look at the May 2008 web server statistics which reveal which countries visit this web site most often and I noticed the name "Russian Federation" on the top 30 list for the first time. I had no idea that any more than a mere handful of people in Russia would stumble upon this web site.
English being the biggest obstacle I suppose, but how could Russian internet surfers possibly find this web site-let alone be able to read it? I can't imagine I would be listed in Russian search engines. I looked back through the preceding months statistics and I did find the Russian Federation listed lower down the list in the past 2 months, but was not among the top 30 country list in February 2008.
I wonder if this unexpected interest from Russia is more due to government and military visitors rather than civilians? And if so, why? And the undiminished interest by the U.S. government and the U.S. military in downloading files from this web site make it abundantly clear that they view the information posted at this web site as a threat to their enslaving agenda and treasonous subversion. So much so that it needs to be monitored. What greater proof would one need to establish that there is little "theory" involved in so-called "outrageous conspiracy" web sites?.
Perhaps Russian visitors who read this can send me an e-mail and give me your perspective.
By the way, has any Russian reader out there actually heard of Sorcha Faal? How about David Booth?
Educate-yourself.org Country Statistics for May 2008
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