Citing a new "surprise package" for Russia and Olympic spectators, Islamist militants in the North Caucasus =Sunday launched a new threat to the Sochi Olympics with a purported "martyrdom" video by two suicide bombers who attacked a transit hub 400 miles away.

The duo — dressed in street clothes and without the usual trappings of jihadis — casually explained that Russians and those attending the Winter Games next month will not be safe as long as forces sent by President Vladimir Putin occupy the North Caucasus region near Sochi, Russia.

Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak told Candy Crowley on CNN's "State of the Union with Candy Crowley" on Sunday that Sochi, Russia, the city where the 2014 Winter Olympics will take place, "is as safe as the rest of Russia."

"One, Sochi is as safe as the rest of Russia. Secondly, Sochi is pretty unique a place in terms of its geographics, climate, and very uniqueness in Sochi being kind of resort area on the warm sea and in 2 hours and a half you can also do downhill skiing. So, it's wonderful place for Olympics, first," Kislyak said.

The United States will deploy at least two warships into the Black Sea off the coast of Sochi, Russia, to respond to a potential terror attack during the upcoming Olympics, top officials said on Monday.

The ships will have helicopters that could fly Americans out of the country if needed. There are also aircraft on standby in Germany that could be at Sochi in about two hours if needed.

The group, which monitors press freedom worldwide, detailed a repressive climate for journalism in Sochi, where the Winter Games kick off in less than two weeks and where arrests, tapped phones and threats have led to a virtual media silence in Russia on many controversial Olympic-related issues.

The protests in Ukraine organized by USAID, National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Freedom House, George Soros' Open Society Institute and a host of public-private NGOs have turned violent.

Early Monday members of Spilna Sprava took over the Justice Ministry in Kiev and demanded President Viktor Yanukovych resign. They smashed windows and erected barricades. In response, the government has threatened to impose a state of emergency.
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 eyes wide shut Following the action at the Justice Ministry, Spilna Sprava announced on its Facebook page it had decided to blockade the building instead of occupying it following Justice Minister Olena Lukash's threat to declare a national emergency.

With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics just weeks away, one can't help but wonder if this is a setup for one of the largest false flag terrorist attacks in the history of the world?

With increased rhetoric from the West and intensifying mainstream media attention, the U.S. State Department issued a dire warning late last week about the possibility of a terrorist attack during the Sochi Olympic Games. In the travel alert, the department warned that Americans should be vigilant about their surroundings and take common sense precautions to stay safe, notably on public transport.

In recent weeks, several terror attacks have struck Russia, namely in the Russian city of Volgograd. Two separate bus explosions as well as an attack on a train station left mangled bodies on the street and has raised fears of more violence in anticipation of the event.

It is important to note that the United States has been engaged in a dangerous propaganda war with Russia for much of the last year, after revelations from truth-teller Edward Snowden shocked millions of Americans. The leak, which some have called "the most significant disclosures in US history" has put American intelligence and Washington on the defensive.

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