Russia’s Siamese Twin Idiots Come Unglued
“You can say that the case has on the whole been solved.”
— Vladimir Putin, February 3, 2010
“No one has a right to make an announcement about the solution of this crime.”
— Dmitri Medvedev, February 3, 2010
The horrifically successful bombing of Russia’s Domodedovo airport has caused the idiotic Siamese twins who rule the country to come unglued. It seems those who gave their lives at the airport did not do so in vain.
They are actually, openly contradicting each other. It’s sweet music to our ears.
The reason for this is obvious: The Russian Kremlin is confused, bewildered and defeated by the recent terrorist attack on the Domdedovo airport in Moscow. They failed to predict it, failed to prevent it, and by no means can they guarantee it will not happen again, bigger and far worse, next time.
They have been exposed as liars. They claimed they had “pacified” Chechnya when in fact they had inflamed it. They said terrorism was under control when in fact it was out of control.
And the attack on Domodedovo was too large — far too large — for even the ruthless engines of censorship and repression to erase from the public record. The people of Russia learned about it, learned they were vulnerable targets everywhere, all the time, and they were shocked and terrified.
Medvedev and Putin are left mumbling like idiots, exposed as the pathetic failures they are. Chechen warlord Dokka Umarov is openly mocking them and threatening more reprisals, and they appear powerless to stop him.
The only question now is whether the people of Russia have any character or courage or commitment to their children. Will they stand like their brothers in Egypt and demand and end to a failed regime? Or will they blithely allow the regime to continue in power until their country, once again, collapses?