I was threatened yesterday by Kadyrov’s Daudov and Delimkhanov. They published full-length texts, with turns of phrase. Give the copywriters a bonus.
At first I didn’t understand what it was all of a sudden. Then I realized.
The other day, in an interview, I was saying that after Prigozhin, Kadyrov might have problems. Because private armies in Russia have turned out to be dangerous to the health of their owners.
Frightened by the rebellion, Putin decided to restore the state monopoly on violence. Who’s got a private army left? Tell me, what’s his name? The conclusions are obvious.
It would seem to be an off-duty comment, but such a hysterical reaction only indicates that you’ve hit the mark and something is already happening.
Well, let’s wait and see. The autopsy will show who was right.