The Beast of Chechnya
It’s almost as if Ramzan Kadyrov, designated and decorated as a national hero of Russia by Vladimir Putin, wants to help us folks here at La Russophobe prove conclusively what an inhuman neo-Soviet monster he is. Why else, we can’t help but wonder, would he publicly say this about Natalia Estemirova:
She never had any honor, dignity or conscience. Why should Kadyrov kill a woman whom nobody needs?
Yes, he referred to himself in the third person. Yes, he accused this single working mother who laid down her life for her beliefs of having no honor. Yes, though she worked tirelessly and selflessly to protect the rights of the defenseless, he said she had no conscience. Yes, he displayed for all the world his absolute contempt for her, confirming his motive to kill her. Yes, he ignored her international reputation and many awards for journalistic and human rights achievement, something very few other Chechnya activists can boast of, and still claimed she mattered to nobody — ignoring too the hundreds of newspapers articles that deluged the worldwide media after her brutal killing.
Well, all we can say is “thank you, Mr. Kadyrov.” You’ve made our argument with your own words far better than we could ever dream of doing. And, of course, the continued support of our maniacal, malignant, homicidal regime by the Moscow Kremlin tells the world all it needs to know about that regime as well.
Radio Free Europe has more analysis of the psychopathic ravings of this bloodthirsty, homicidal maniac who is Russia’s “hero.”