by Gordon M. Hahn
Odd how the truth comes out. Thanks to triangulation, the regime opposition power struggle, and possibly one between ‘towers of the Kremlin’, the other side of the story regarding Zbigniew Brzezinski’s and other Washingtonians’ Chechen ‘freedom fighters’ accidentally emerges from the liberal opposition in Moscow.
Translated excerpt (original Russian text is at the bottom of this page) from Ilya Yashin’s much-touted report on the threat to Russia’s national security posed by Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov:
“This period (the 1990s – Gordon Hahn) in the country is associated with a sharp increase in crime. In addition, the new Chechen authorities began to pursue a policy of displacement of people from other ethnic groups, which is accompanied by killings, looting, and ethnic cleansing. Journalist Paul Klebnikov called these events a genocide of ethnic Russians, which was carried out in Chechnya before the combat operations that began in…
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