posted on Mar, 8 2015 @ 09:42 AM
This is a setup, pure and simple. And here is the reasoning behind the conclusion.
Chechnya is a republic in the south western part of Russia. It wants to break away from Moscow, and be a separate country, following several of the
other break away provinces and republics since the fall of the Soviet Union. Up until 1859, it was part of the Caucasus countries, and after several
wars, became annexed by Russia and a part of Russia. At one time it was a part of Iran. In more modern days, it has fought twice against Russia, the
first time gaining independence and losing it the second time. There is still sporadic fighting in the area.
But without any real provocation, there is no reason for Russia to go back in. Now here is why I say this is a setup. If a province wants to break
away, why kill someone who is against the leader of the country that you want to get away from? Would it not be a safer bet that one would want to
support said opposition leader and work with them, in agreement to get full autonomy?
The person who was shot, was a popular person in Russia, and an opposition leader against Putin. So now he is shot dead, and Chechnya is getting the
blame. All nice, neat and tidy, in one package. What this execution that happened is, and make no mistake, it is a warning to both people and
provinces, that dissent is not going to be tolerated at all.
I would say that in the upcoming months, there are going to be harsh treatment of Chechnya and the opposition, for 2 different reasons. Chechnya to
tighten their hold on the region, and the opposition, well lets just say I can seem them being taken into “Protective” custody.