This week, the body of a Chechen blogger Imran Aliyev, who was a vocal critic of Chechnya leader Ramzan Kadyrov, was found with multiple stabbing wounds in a hotel room in the French Lille. Imran's killer had approached him by a completely classical scheme, having first established contact from Russia, and then, playing the pity angle, came for a visit, allegedly over the need to treat a serious illness in Europe.
However, as it turned out, Imran Aliyev wasn't the only target of the Russian hitman.
Reports say a similar scheme was applied another blogger, who has also been criticizing Ramzan Kadyrov and the Kremlin regime. This is Minkail Melizayev, who now lives in Berlin. So it was supposed to be a double murder and it's only due to Melizaev keeping his guard up that he escaped death.
These details once again confirm the fact that Europe is no longer a safe place for refuge from the Kremlin regime. In turn, leaders of countries such as Germany and France continue to pursue latent or explicit pro-Russian policies.
Germany , keeps lobbying Russia's energy interests, even to the detriment of relations with its historical partner, the United States. Meanwhile, a Russian killer murders Zelimkhan Khangoshvili right in the heart of Germany, in Berlin, literally a couple of kilometers from Angela Merkel's residence. Such generosity deserves praise from irreplaceable Chancellor's friend in the Kremlin. After all, thanks to additional revenues from gas supplies, Russia will be able to put into life its revanchist ambitions across the globe, shedding innocent blood and destabilizing the global security situation along the way, as well as to eliminate public opinion leaders who have fled from Putin's regime to the EU.
Well, what can I say? Danke, Frau Ribbentrop!
In France, in spite of the data available at the disposal of the French special services on the influence of the Russian Federation on ISIS, a terrorist organization that carried out a series of bloody attacks in this country, President Emmanuel Macron continues to call for dialogue with Russia. While the “yellow vests” radicalized by the political forces of Marine Le Pen, financed directly from Russia, burned Paris, Macron spoke of the alliance with Russia against terrorism. While in a quiet and calm Lille, the public was agitated by the assassination of Imran Aliyev, the French ambassador to Ukraine, Etienne de Ponsen, by direct instruction from the Champs Elysees, called for negotiations with Moscow.
Well, what can I say? Merci Monsieur Macron!
And amid this monstrous killing spree in the heart of Europe, where Russian hitmen seem to be feeling at home, terrorizing dissidents with impunity and what seems to be a tacit approval of the EU’s political beau monde, only one thing remains to be done... German and French leaders are now set to attend the Victory Parade in Moscow's Red Square on May 9, sharing hugs and triple kisses with the leader of the aggressor state.
This will be the most honest and unambiguous marker to describe the true nature of these, in fact, pseudo-leaders, who can hardly claim a significant spot in a historical context. That's because they're of a wrong breed.