Does Russia have Caucasus Code Talkers to defeat NSA and MI5?

September 6, 2014

Does Russia use obscure Caucasus languages to defeat the efforts of NSA?  Is this a reason they use Chechens? They can speak one or more of these obscure languages?

The Caucasian languages are a large and extremely varied array of languages spoken by more than ten million people in and around the Caucasus Mountains, which lie between theBlack Sea and the Caspian Sea.

Linguistic comparison allows these languages to be classified into several language families, with little or no discernible affinity to each other. However, the languages of the Caucasus are sometimes mistakenly referred to as a family of languages.


Since the birth of comparative linguistics in the 19th century, the riddle of the apparently isolated Caucasian language families has attracted the attention of many scholars, who have endeavored to relate them to each other or to languages outside the Caucasus region. The most promising proposals are connections between the Northwest and Northeast Caucasian families and each other or with languages formerly spoken in Anatolia and northern Mesopotamia.

Perfect for Russian intelligence work.  These languages are so obscure that very few Westerners are aware of their existence let alone can speak them or read them.

The use of such languages and records in them would allow Russia to keep operations secret.   This could let them get away with some of what has happened.

  1. 9/11 support?
  2. Anthrax attacks 9/11
  3. Assassinations such as Boris Berezovsky
  4. MH370
  5. MH17
  6. Other terrorist attacks? 

 This is draft and preliminary. The above is hypotheses and speculation. Comments and corrections welcome. Please restate as questions. All other disclaimers apply.


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