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Russian spy in Finland accuses Russia's new citizen, French actor Depardieu, of working for the KGB

Publication time: 7 January 2013, 23:53

In Helsinki, a KGB agent Juha Molari published on his blog an article about a French actor Gerard Depardieu whom Putin has just awarded with Russian citizenship.

Molari expressed indignation that Depardieu was given the Russian citizenship, and he was not, even though he knows, as he says, the Russian language, has a Russian family and really needs the citizenship, as this would increase his job prospects.

Molar presents the facts from Depardieu's biography published by the French Wikipedia, but not published in Putin's media.
 
Wikipedia points out that during his youth, Depardieu was engaged in stealing, and as well as in selling all kinds of contraband goods: cigarettes, alcohol. He also worked as a guard for French prostitutes who visited the US Air Force base in Chateauroux-Deols when American soldiers got their salaries there.

These facts are well known to all, except for Russian readers.
 
However, the KGB agent Molari goes further and presents insider information about Depardieu which he probably got from a small community of Russian spies in Western Europe. The envious defrocked priest wrote on his blog that Depardieu had been a young communist, and a member of the French Communist Party.

Molari writes:
 
"As a young communist, Depardieu was guilty of human trafficking, smuggling of cigarettes and alcohol, which he delivered to a US Air Force base.

He also served as a guard for Paris prostitutes. It is possible that during this period of communism, he established secret, profitable ties with the Soviet Union and the Russians, who now rewarded him with citizenship which he receives so quickly.
 
Since then, his career in film business began (it's a typical method of the KGB-FSB to promote through their people an agent of influence to top positions - KC)".

 

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