And Kadyrov Are Predators Of Freedom, Caucasus Mujahidun
05 May 2010
By Markaz Kavkaz
The international media watchdog Reporters Without
Borders (RSF) called the bloody Russian ringleader
Putin and his bloody pet Kadyrov "predators of
We would like to emphasize that not a single FSB-censored
Russian media outlet (all of them "translated" the
word "predator" as "enemy" or at best "persecutor",
although the difference is significant) reported about
About the predator of freedom, Putin (all this was not
reported in Russia due to the FSB Putin-Medvedev's
censorship), the Reporters Without Borders write:
""Control" is the key word for this former KGB
officer: control of the state, control of the economic
and political forces, control of geopolitical
strategic interests and control of the media. The
national TV stations now speak with a single voice.
Independent journalists and human rights activists are
exposed to considerable danger, especially in the
North Caucasus. Five journalists were murdered in
2009. Twenty-two have been murdered since 2000 (rise
to power of the KGB criminal Putin - KC).
The Nashi (Ours), a young patriotic guard created by
the Kremlin in 2005 at the behest of Putin and others
who lament Russia's imperial decline, sues newspapers
critical of the Soviet past or the current government
when it is not staging actual manhunts.
As well as manipulating groups and institutions, Putin
has promoted a climate of pumped-up national pride
that encourages the persecution of dissidents and
freethinkers and fosters a level of impunity that is
steadily undermining the rule of law".
About the miserable Russian puppet, the predator of
freedom Kadyrov, the Reporters Without Borders report:
"Often referred to as "Putin's guard dog", Ramzan
Kadyrov shares the Russian prime minister's taste for
crude language and strong action. "President" and
undisputed chief of this Russian republic in the North
Caucasus since April 2007, he has restored a semblance
of calm after the devastation of two wars.
A high price has been paid for this superficial
stability, the introduction of a lawless regime.
Two fierce critics of the handling of the "Chechen
issue", reporter Anna Politkovskaya and human rights
activist Natalia Estemirova, were both gunned down -
Politkovskaya in Moscow in October 2006 and Estemirova
in Chechnya in July 2009.
When human rights activists blamed him for their
deaths, Kadyrov was dismissive: "That's bullshit,
that's just gossip", he said.
The Chechen (the puppet - KC) media toe the line.
Those that survive in this hostile environment know
the rules of the game, the first of which is to never
criticize the policies of the "president", whose photo
is displayed everywhere.
Kadyrov said this about terrorism: "My method is
simple. Those who disrupt the people's peace must be
dealt with harshly, cruelly even". And on the press,
he added: "The press must be in the service of the
Chechen people's unity".
In practice, journalists interpret this as meaning
they must praise his every action and the people's
devotion to him.
To ensure absolute loyalty, Kadyrov uses not only fear
but also the money flowing in abundance from the
Kremlin to Grozny (Jokhar - KC). New newspapers have
been created with Chechen (puppet - KC) government
funding to create the impression that the republic's
media are flourishing and vibrant.
But they all just repeat the same refrain ad
infinitum. As for foreign journalists, it goes without
saying that Kadyrov accuses them of distorting reality
and not reporting what is really happening in
It is to be noted (in general, surprisingly) that,
along with censored Russian media outlets (supporters
and defenders of mass murderers, bloody conquest wars,
lootings and violence), not a single Western radio
station or media in Russian reported exactly what
specifically testified Western journalists from the
RWB about the situation with the lack of freedom of
speech in Russia and the Russian-occupied Caucasus
Therefore, the Emirate's Kavkaz Center has to do the
job for russophile Western radio stations: Radio
Liberty, Deutsche Welle, BBC, etc., which are
generously funded with money from Western taxpayers