Chuvashov and his Rotten Country
You tell us, dear reader: What does the murder of Moscow judge Eduard Chuvashov tell the world about Vladimir Putin’s Russia?
(a) That the Putin government was too stupid to realize that Chuvashov’s life was in a danger despite many threats arising from his sentencing of racist nationalist thugs?
(b) That the Putin government was too callous to care whether Chuvashov lived or perished?
(c) That the Putin regime wanted Chuvashov dead?
(d) That the Putin regime was too incompetent to protect a marked judge even though it wanted to protect him?
We’re hard pressed to say, and just as hard pressed to say which would be the more horrifying if it were true.
We document in today’s issue Russia’s appalling misconduct in regard to the Polish plane crash, it’s equally revolting pandemic corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement, and now its bloody, brutal violence against the very few remaining Russians who would stand for civility and justice. Viewing this smoking carnage, we see no hope for Russia. We cannot see how the nation can right itself when it is plagued by so many disasters all spawned by the malignant, evil regime of a clan of KGB spies that Russians worship as if they were demigods.
We believe this is the beginning of the end for Russia as we know it.