Yesterday he denied it:
leader thug in chief Ramzan Kadyrov denied sending Chechens to fight in Ukraine, but said he had 74,000 ready to go if an order is given.
And who gives the order? Well, him. Of course.
Ramzan Kadyrov commented after being asked about avenging the death of his father thatÂ “I’ve already killed him, whom I ought to kill. And those, who stay behind him, I will be killing them, to the very last of them, until I am myself killed or jailed. I will be killing [them] for as long as I live… Putin is gorgeous. He thinks more about Chechnya than about any other republic [of the Russian Federation]. When my father was murdered, he [Putin] came and went to the cemetery in person. Putin has stopped the war. Putin should be made president for life. Strong rule is needed. Democracy is all but an American fabrication… Russians never obey their laws.
In other news from the Religion of Peace:
Is Bergdahl a Taliban Sympathizer?Â Â (Breitbart)
There are serious questions about the father of the released U.S. soldier – and the former captive as well.
Tax Dollars for TerroristsÂ Â (National Review)
Why is the United States funding Hamas?
Terrorists and European ‘Newspeak’Â Â (Gatestone)
“Britain strips British nationality from immigrants with dual nationality who go to Syria to fight. This act allows British authorities to ban them from re-entering the country. Why don’t European countries do the same?”
To Free Five Jihadis?Â Â (FrontPage Magazine)
At least six good American soldiers died or were wounded in search attempts for a deserter who didn’t just “wander off”.
A Woman is Stoned – We Politely Look AwayÂ Â (Secularism.org)
“We have to recognize that we cannot compromise with fundamentalism. The middle road, with its dangerous euphemisms of tolerance and cultural respect, was only ever a dead-end.”