The beanSTOCKd Project

Russian Imperialism and Espionage, the Sequel: Under the Sea by beanstockd
August 8, 2007, 11:20 pm
Filed under: Artur Chilingarov, Oil, Russia

Wasn’t he a Bond villain?

Masterminded by Artur Chilingarov, submersibles will attempt to plant a Russian flag on the Arctic sea floor, a symbolic gesture intended to bolster Russia’s claims to sections of territory under the ocean.

It appears Russia may have beaten the U.S., Canada and Denmark in a race to claim huge chunks of the Arctic Ocean’s sea floor in an international oil grab. Hidden beneath all that ice, water and sea bed, are huge pockets of petroleum– prime property which’ll start a multi-national cat fight.

And a good cat fight is exactly what we want, because we’re anti-drilling but, we’re definitely pro-espionage, especially when it involves mysterious poisonings.


Hopefully, the drama lasts long enough for everybody to come to their senses and scrap the idea altogether, because the only thing cruder than the oil is this guy’s facial hair and we’d rather not have to see it again.


beanSTOCKr Bruce


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