Friday 15 September 2023

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov / Shoigu

Prigozhin with Kadyrov -

Anonymous -

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, tho quite young in his 40s (born 1976) is reported to be critically ill and in a coma.

People ask if Kadyrov was vaccinated as were many in Russia

Kadyrov was quite close friends with the late Prigozhin


Recently Putin publicly acknowledged that it was a 'mistake' of the Soviet Union to have invaded Hungary in 1956, and Czechoslovakia in 1968

Tho it would have been even more courageous, to acknowledge the 'mistake' of Russia involving Putin himself, killing up to 100,000 Chechens, in Russia's devasating wars against Chechen independence in the 1990s-2000s

It has long been thought that Chechnya will begin its exit from the Russian federation post-Kadyrov. Chechens have been fighting for independence from Russia on and off for over 200 years.

They now have an even stronger legal basis for Chechen independence, given how Russia is fighting a major war, to support Donbass separatists in east Ukraine ... 

Russia cannot cogently argue, that Chechens do not have the same rights as well.


Anonymous -

Prigozhin is gone, but his criticism of Russian military leadership under Defence Minister Shoigu, has taken deep root in Russia. 

This criticism is shared by Russia's popular Strelkov aka Igor Girkin, awaiting court in a Russian jail cell.

A scene on Russia's top TV channel with Shoigu, recently shocked Russians with further indication Prigozhin was correct


This Russian dissident view is that Russia is not trying to win quickly in Ukraine, but Shoigu and partners are seeking to drag out the deadly conflict, in covert alliance with the West and NATO, for insidious reasons which may include:

- huge profits for both Western and Russian armaments companies

- degradation of both Europe and Russia to serve the goals of a New World Order

- carrying out the 1994 idea of Chabad Rabbi Schneerson, to stoke a Ukraine-Russia war and clear Slavs out of the lands of ancient Khazaria in Ukraine, for renewed Jewish settlement and control, benefitting Jewish friends of both Zelensky and Putin

On Russia's Channel 1, Sergei Shoigu was recently interviewed on Ukraine fighting. Asked the crucial question, 'Will we win?', Shoigu infamously and casually shrugged his shoulders, as if he didn't really care, and said, 'We have no other options'.

Russia TV 1 quickly deleted the interview, but Russians saved it ... screenshot images with subtitles of the above exchange:


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