EDITORIAL: The Murderous Rampage of Vladimir Putin


The Murderous Rampage of Vladimir Putin

Vyacheslav Yaroshenko.

Rim Shaigalimov.

Do you know these names?  Vladimir Putin hopes you don’t or if you do you’ll soon forget.  You see, he killed both of them.

Mr. Yaroshenko was an opposition journalist in Rostov, brutally beaten for daring to criticize the Kremlin in print two months ago.  He passed away last week, unable to recover from his injuries.

Mr. Shaigalimov also breathed his last in the week gone by.  He was an opposition politician in Krasnoyarsk.  Jailed for jostling with police officers at a protest scene, his jailer claim his committed suicide.  His family begs to differ.

You can add their names to the seemingly endless list of freedom-loving Russians who have been brutally murdered during the tenure of the Putin regime.  This regime is then, no different than the murderous regime that ruled the USSR, and indeed Mr. Putin is a proud KGB spy.

How many heroic Russians will have to give their lives before the world realizes it is face to face with a neo-Soviet state?

11 responses to “EDITORIAL: The Murderous Rampage of Vladimir Putin

  1. The selfless heroism of such brave & good men at least serves to save Russia’s honour. There have always been a small number of such men & women prepared to speak out & put their freedom & lives on the line.

    Sadly they have precisely no effect on the supine & brain-washed Russian masses, who now as always are too blind or cowardly to see the reality for themselves.

  2. > How many heroic Russians will have to give their lives

    You may have all those “heroic Russians” if you want. Invite them to come and live in the “Civilized West”, that’s all.

  3. Back to the editorial:
    You’d better read this below on the US Nazi humanitarian current torture practices and forget about “The Murderous Rampage of Vladimir Putin”.

    ACLU Says Government Used False Confessions

    Yahya’s Political Blog
    July 2, 2009

    The American Civil Liberties Union yesterday accused the Obama administration of using statements elicited through torture to justify the confinement of a detainee it represents at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The ACLU is asking a federal judge to throw out those statements and others made by Mohammed Jawad, an Afghan who may have been as young as 12 when he was captured. His attorney argued that Jawad was abused in U.S. custody, threatened and subjected to intense sleep deprivation.

    “The government’s continued reliance on evidence gained by torture and other abuse violates centuries of U.S. law and suggests the current administration is not really serious about breaking with the past,” said ACLU lawyer Jonathan Hafetz, who is representing Jawad in a lawsuit challenging his detention.


  4. But as usual RetardTerminalyStupid fails to notice the difference.

    In the US, such behaviour is condemned by the public and the judiciary, and large sections of the congress and senate as being against the principles of the US

    In Russia, the use of torture, political repression, and murder, are a normal part of Russian society and are applauded.

  5. Andrew

    Check the right-wing pro-fashist American sites’ (kinda of http://www.americanthinker.com) forums and you’ll see “the use of torture, political repression, and murder, are a normal part” of current American nazi mentality. As far as I’m concerned I see waterboarding as a symbol of modern America at its best.

    Say hello to Zurab from Mishiko. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurab_Zhvania
    Good portion of present Georgian “opposition” will follow his way in the near future right to Mishiko torture cells. Honduras is your lighthouse for your next generations to come with Somoza/Batista/Pinochet flag waving over your heads. And what’s most importantly, forget about $$$ money to your name (meant for shepards only, not for their flocks) and EU membership. They don’t need downgraded nations in Europe no more, there are limits to everything. Take your neighbor Turkey as an example of EU “membership” while Georgia is being rated in EU minds several stages lower. The best advice – Don’t ignore reality.

    • Really retard boy, Zurab Zhvania died from carbon monoxide poisoning, so what?

      As for Mishiko’s “torture chambers” sorry retard, but this is Georgia, not Russia.

      Georgia is has instituted anti-torture legislation and proceedures with help from the OSCE, US, & EU.

      Russia routinely tortures political prisoners, independance fighters, and common criminals quite openly.





      So RetardTortureScumbag, get your facts right.

      Russia is a torturing state.

      • Btw the Russian police and the Hero Kadyrov’s fraternal aid to the troubled Ingush nation:

        Nine killed as Chechen policemen fall into ambush in Ingushetia

        GROZNY/ROSTOV-ON-DON, July 4 (RIA Novosti) – Nine policemen were killed and 10 wounded as a Chechen police motorcade fell into ambush in the Russian North Caucasus republic of Ingushetia on Saturday.

        The two republics’ interior ministries have been holding an operation against illegal armed units in Ingushetia’s Sunzha district on the border with Chechnya since mid-June.

        Fire on the motorcade that contained a UAZ off-road vehicle and four UAZ station wagons was opened on the road between the villages of Chemulga and Arshty at about 8:45 a.m. Moscow time [4:45 GMT].

        The head of the Arshty administration was unhurt. Three vehicles were burned down. Police say the attack was planned beforehand.

        “We are inclined to think that the motorcade got into a well-planned ambush. Fire on the vehicles was delivered from at least three points from assault rifles, machineguns and grenade launchers,” an Ingush police spokesman said.

  6. Not only killed them but he also ate them….

  7. Eugene

    “You may have all those “heroic Russians” if you want. Invite them to come and live in the “Civilized West”, that’s all.”

    The problem is currently the Russians “enjoy” quite an opposite tendency in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Thousands of heroic Jewish “political refuges” with Israeli passports are crawling back to Putin’s Russia claiming their right to come back on Soviet birth certificates.

  8. Any proof Putin killed these men? Or just your fevered imagination at work again? I thought you have a policy on ‘no claims without evidence’ – seems it does not apply to yourself.
    Of course.

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