Robert Bensch (of Cossack Energy, Cub Energy, and managing director of Pelicourt LLC_), was back in May spouting nonsense on CNBC about how "the oligarchs"of the east were trying to disrupt the Ukrainian presidential election only in order to prevent (Kike oligarch) Petro Poroshenko from winning an absolute majority. Now he's moaning because the oligarch Poryshenko and the kike regime in Kiev recently doubled gas extraction taxes. Bensch correctly points out that the main benefits of the doubled gas taxes will be the oil oligarchs Ihor Kolomoyskyi (Kike, with "Isaeli" and Cypriot citizensghip) and Rinat Akhatov (Tatar). The Kike Kolomoyskyi was appointed as Governor of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. He is rated as the second or third richest person in Ukraine (after Rinat Akhmetov and/or Kike Viktor Pinchuk) since 2006 and 377th richest person in the world by the Forbes (as of 2011.) According to the Forbes, his net worth is USD 3b, while the Korrespondent considers it to be USD 6.5b. Kolomoyskyi is the leading partner of the Privat Group and a de facto chairman of the FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. He is the president of the United Jewish Community of Ukraine.

"In 2010 he was appointed as the president of the European Council of Jewish Communities after promising the outgoing president he would donate $14 million, with his appointment being described as a "putsch" and a "Soviet-style takeover"by other EJCJ board members. After several EJCJ board members resigned in protest, Kolomyski quit the EJCJ and, together with fellow Ukrainian oligarch Vadim Rabinovich, founded the European Jewish Union." (Wikipedia)

Akhmatov came up with Akhat (Alexander) Khafizovich Bragin (1953 —1995), a "Ukrainian businessman of Tatar descent. He was a mafia figure of the Donetsk Oblast and later the president of the football club Shakhtar Donetsk until his death." After Bragin was killed, Akhmatov took over his rackets.

The Akhat' Djami Mosque (Мечеть Ахать Джамі) "is a congregational mosque located in Donetsk, Ukraine. The mosque was named in honor of the local businessman Akhat Bragin and one of its minarets is named after Rinat Akhmetov. It is the first mosque to be built in Donets basin since the fall of the Soviet Union. The main sponsor for the building was Akhat Bragin. After his death on October 15, 1995 the mosque was named in his honor. Initially the project called for the construction of one minaret but financing from Rinat Akhmetov made it possible to build two. The second was named in honor of him. On the first floor of the mosque is located Ukrainian Islamic University -the first Muslim institution of higher education in Ukraine." (Wikipedia)

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