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 Chief beira of KGB in Moscow


By Rutagengwa Claude Shema

Regional Coordinator

Great Lakes Peace Initiative (GLPI)


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Chief Beira of KGB in Moscow
In Stalin's Moscow, a man shouted in public, "The whole world is
suffering because of one man!" 
Then immediately he was arrested and brought before KGB chief Beria. 
"Whom did you have in mind!?"-Beria asked. 
"Hitler, of course."-The man answered
 "Then you are free to leave,"-Beria said. The man walked towards the door and turned around, asking Beria, 
"By the way, whom did YOU have in mind?"
(actually he had in his head the top leader of  Russia-Soviet Union-in his mind)J!

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