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  • Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: Guardian Books (29. September 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0852652488
  • ISBN-13: 978-0852652480
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,3 x 2,3 x 23,4 cm
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Peter Fast am 11. Mai 2014
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Der Gute Luke hat was mitgemacht.diese Staat verhöhnt alle Andersdenkende. Im Prinzip ist es reiner Terror.
Die derzeitigen Ereignisse in der Ukraine sprechen für sich selbst. Es wird in Russland alles so weitergen wie
Bisher. Oder mindestens 20-25 Jahre. Schade eigentlich.
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Von grisou79 am 28. Februar 2015
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I have read about Boris Nemtsov - one of Putin's most outspoken critic - on Luke Harding's book. A week later, Nemtsov has been killed in Moscow, two steps away from Kremlin... after what I've read in "Mafia State", it didn't surprise me at all. Of course this well-written book is not about prophecies, it simply explains how things work in nowadays Russia. Kudos to Luke Harding, a brave journalist, he's a credit to his category.
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A few interesting stories, but poorly written 24. Dezember 2013
Von Sarah N. Hurst - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My main problem with this book is that it's written in the present tense. "I see him in Moscow in 2008... he is killed in 2009..." gets irritating after the first couple of paragraphs. Although Luke Harding draws attention to real and important issues in Russia, he's also very focused on himself and telling us which billionaires he met and what they ate at which restaurant, as well as his most humiliating moment, playing in a football match against Russian journalists. It was never entirely clear why this was so humiliating. Most of the serious problems of Kremlin corruption and human rights abuses have been covered in far more depth by other reporters, notably Anna Politkovskaya and Masha Gessen, although the chapter about the war between Russia and Georgia was good. Harding jumps around chronologically, so it's a mishmash. He frequently reminds us that he speaks Russian, emphasising this by including comments such as "he used the Russian word for deputy, zam". Why do we need to know that someone speaking Russian used a random Russian word? The Guardian's editing is substandard, too. The impression left is that his main aim is to boast about being considered a threat by the FSB.
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A frightening tale of of a "near-totalitarian" state 3. November 2013
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This book is an amazing and frightening tale of how a state that borders on the totalitarian can do as it pleases to just about anybody, even a realtively high profiled person like the correspondent Luke Harding. "If you don't play by the book, you pay the price"!
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"mafia state" luke harding 18. Oktober 2013
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Luke Hardings book "Mafia State" in England and titled "Expelled "in the United States,is brilliant and an important reminder to all journalists internationally,organized crime in politics as in Putins Russia,leads to private property bugging,direct threats,stalking and eventually politically backed "zersetzung." As Hillary Clinton stated long ago when George W. Bush was getting cozy with Putin,"Putin does not have a soul he was in the KGB." It is time for Russia to put a stop to state sponsored terrorism by Putin against journalists and it is time for Russia as well as Bulgaria to stop sending their hoods over to the United States targeting freelance journalists and photographers.
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Psycho Terror 24. November 2014
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Feelings of anger and horror swells up in a guy when he realizes he's under zersetzung - aka gang stalking. The descriptions are vivid and straightforward. Highly recommended reading for Targeted Individuals. Whether it's an independent stalker-group or a professional one makes no difference. The game is the same - toying with the Target. In this case a family with kids. "Someone has broken into my flat..." and left the window in the kid's bedroom wide open. A subtle threat. Your kids may fall out of the window from the tenth floor. By the way, watch out for fake reveiws. Discrediting the Target is a major point for stalkers. They can spend hours on end doing it. (Also read about Charles Mansons' gaslighting techniques. FBI-agents refined their gang stalking methods by studying Manson's). SANSBG - Sporting Event. By the way, there are two types of FSB-agents, according to the book. The ones working in Intelligence Gathering (real spying) are bright and smart, whereas the ones working in counter-intelligence are not so bright - the not-so-bright ones are in charge of organized stalking operations; stress surveillance; harassment campaigns etc. People in the know have nick-named them zombies. (Personally, I believe, the FSB ought to change its name to NKVD). Notice that Putin accuses his enemies for being fascists... They will accuse you of what they are themselves. Projecting their crap on you.
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Don't Trust Other Reviewers 21. März 2012
Von Explorer77 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm writing this in response to other reviewers who claim that Luke Harding's story is one of nosy landladies and not official harassment. Assuming that Harding is not completely fabricating events that never happened, the issue was not just "the window was open," the issue was that whenever he spoke about certain topics, his phone call would be instantly disconnected, that his visa was revoked contrary to Russian visa law (and reinstated only when the first revocation attracted international attention, and then only until the attention died down), that the 'break ins" were not just a window left open by a snooping landlady, but rather multiple cases of harassment, with little things that landladies don't do like the batteries in all alarms removed, etc. He also reports that the British embassy confirmed that this type of harassment was the work of domestic security forces.

You can see Harding describing his experiences here:

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Now, he maybe made it up, he may be exaggerating, he is sometimes hyperbolic journalist and author (smalltime harassment does not equal KGB/FSB/Stasi persecution), and he was caught plagiarising a Russian expat newspaper ([...]), but the story is interesting (if only that he would be considered worth such harassment by security forces) and plausible. If you want to write a negative review, focus on the writing and the content, or even just on refuting the _actual_ incidents detailed in the book. Don't deliberately obfuscate what the book says in an effort to dissuade people from seeing for themselves.

I gave it five stars to cancel out the terrible average caused by intellectually dishonest reviewers.
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