Introduction of Real Islam Brings Real Honor Killings, Real Mass-Murder to Russia

Russia Jihad:

Chechen leader imposes “strict brand of Islam”


Saturday, February 28, 2009

GROZNY, Russia: The bullnecked president of Chechnya emerged from afternoon prayers at the mosque and with chilling composure explained why seven young women who had been shot in the head deserved to die. Ramzan Kadyrov said the women, whose bodies were found dumped by the roadside, had “loose morals” and were rightfully shot by male relatives in honor killings. 

“If a woman runs around and if a man runs around with her, both of them are killed,” Kadyrov told journalists in the capital of this Russian republic.

The brutal biography of Chechnya’s Ramzan Kadyrov

Ramzan Kadyrov, 31, in front of his presidential residence in Gudermes, has been Chechnya’s leader for a year. During that time, he has managed to silence dissent, pacify the Russian republic and embark on a massive reconstruction campaign.
The young president has silenced dissent, pacified the Russian republic and embarked on a massive reconstruction campaign. His critics are hard to find, because they have a habit of disappearing.

* Muslim women ‘face crisis over violence’

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A Russian soldiers War Snaps

Thanks to Andrew Bolt

Not for the fainthearted. But to let you see what the Russians are up to in Georgia. As photographed by a proud Russian.

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Dreck. Filth. Shredder: Former German Chancellor warns against encircling Russia

From International Herald Tribune

Georgia is to blame for initiating last month’s war with Russia, former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said Tuesday as he criticized Western policy toward Russia. Western policies are making Russia feel encircled, he told an investment conference in Kazakhstan’s commercial capital, Almaty.

* This corrupt commie swine was always in the Russian pocket./ed

His remarks are at odds with those of many Western leaders, who have backed Georgia in its dispute with Russia. Last month’s fighting began when Georgia launched an attack to regain control of the breakaway province of South Ossetia. Russia then routed the Georgian military and pushed deep into Georgia.

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Bush blows bubbles while our ally Georgia is being overrun

*  Yeah, it may not be jihad, but we can’t ignore it any longer. The incompetence of this Bush administration is unbearable: when an ally is attacked, we have to help. What are you doing Bush? Anybody home?

Abkhazia in Russian Hands, Tbilisi in Danger

Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 2:08:51 pm PDT

Fox News reporters on the ground in Georgia are now saying that Russian troops are moving in on Tbilisi (Steve Harrigan said Russian forces were at one point within 12 miles of the city), and that Abkhazia is under the control of Russian-backed separatists

Pic ripped from ZIP

Platitudes and bullshit:

Bush: Russia’s Actions Raise ‘Serious Questions’ About Intent

Henry J. Pulizzi reports on the White House.

U.S. President George W. Bush said he is concerned by reports that Russia isn’t living up a provisional cease-fire in Georgia, warning that the Kremlin is putting its relations with the U.S. and Europe at risk.

“We expect Russia to meet its commitment to cease all military activities in Georgia and we expect all Russian forces that have entered Georgia in recent days to withdraw from that country,” Bush said in a statement in the White House Rose Garden Wednesday. “As I have made clear, Russia’s ongoing action raises serious questions about its intentions in Georgia and the region.”


Simon Sebag Montefiore:

The troubles in Georgia are not the equivalent of an assassinated archduke in Sarajevo. But historians may well point to this little war, beside the spectacular Olympic launch of resurgent China, as the start of the twilight of America’s sole world hegemony. If the new version of the Great Game – the strategic rivalry and conflict between the British and Russian empires in the 19th century – is for the oil of the Caucasus and Central Asia, the West may be in the process of losing it…

Russia, which appears to be pushing its tanks into Georgia to overthrow its democratically elected president, has demonstrated gleefully the limits of US power and Moscow’s historic destiny as regional hegemon and restored 21st-century superpower. The empire has struck back and shaken the order of the world.

But this is, of course, not just the beginning of the end of American “world hegemony”, such as it was, but a further sign of the decline of the West it defends.

Even so, I’m not sure how decisive a step is the West’s failure to defend Georgia.  When did it ever have the power to help, successfully, a territory so close to Russia’s borders? Even when the American “hegemon” was near its zenith, Russia could still crush Hungary and Czechoslovakia without fear of the West taking up arms. The great imperial powers couldn’t even win the Crimean War.

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