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The all-powerful intelligence and security service of the U.S.S.R. during the Cold War. Ultimate successor to Cheka. Disbanded into the SVR and the FSB in 1991.
The Cheka were one of the many forerunners of the KGB.
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A person who gets the vaccine and and flaunts it will high end shopping, trips, and parties
Once Lisa got the vax she turned into such a vaxinista
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Russian equivalent of the US CIA.
Dwight: Knock, knock.
Michael: Who's there?
Dwight: KGB.
Michael: KGB - (Dwight slaps Michael)
Dwight: (in Russian accent) We will ask the questions!
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Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti
(Committee for State Security)

The Russian intelligence agency, similar to America's CIA.
"Vladimir Putin seems like an ok guy, but some worry because he's ex-KGB."
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Russian Komitet gosudarstvennoi bezopasnosti
Hes an Ex-KGB member.
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The KGB were simply the Russian Secret Police. Pronounced "Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti." In Russian it means "Committee for State Security."

The KGB acted as:

-The Soviet internal security.
-The Soviet intelligence agnecy.
-And the Soviet secret police.

They came into formation in 1954, and died when the chairman, Vladimir Kryuchkov tried to overthrow president Gorbachev.

They were tough, ruthless, and badass. Using torture and execution to solve the Soviet Unions problems.
by NudieZippo December 15, 2005
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