Monday, May 25, 2015

Honorary Chief of Chechen Night Wolves



The Moscow Times is reporting that Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov announced over the weekend that he had become the honorary leader of a new regional branch of the Night Wolves, a group of political bikers in Russia.

Speaking of Chechnya, Russian intelligence was caught planting a bomb in Chechnya and blamed it on terrorist just like the Americans. September 22, 1999, locals in the regional town of Ryazan saw three men emerging from the cellars of a block of flats who later turned out to be FSB officers. When local police checked the cellars they found sacks of high explosive wired up to a detonator. The FSB later attempted to explain away the incident by claiming that the entire operation was a training exercise. Kinda makes ya wonder about the wave of bombings that put Putin into power.

Speaking of the Americans, Graham Fuller was involved with Iran contra. The address for the Congress of Chechen International Organizations just happened to be the home address of Graham E. Fuller, formerly Vice Chairman of the Reagan-era CIA's National Intelligence Council.

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  1. Haha political bikers. Let me know when Gangsters Out MC starts recruiting, I'll ride with that.

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    1. lol only we wouldn't wear patches because that would be too easy to identify. We'd just wear black and carry a 12 gauge : )

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  2. The early National Socialists had the SA for "street muscle", an inexact parallel here suggests itself.......inexact because both Putin and Kadyrov already have those who are ready to go forth and carry out their orders. There is however a difference between organs of the state and a group that can be portrayed as separate. It could have it's uses.....

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  3. oh, this says so much. On the other hand, perhaps its just setting a public e.g. of why motorcycle gangs who are involved in illegal activities continue to thrive.

    In my opinion the Night Wolves are simply a modern day version of the S.S. Now that a political leader has signed on, we know how corrupt he is also.

    Wonder when some of our corporate and political leaders will start wearing support t-shirts for various organizations. We have only to look at surrey to see how much work the politicians have not done to ensure safety. There is a point when neglect of doing the right thing becomes helping the drug sellers.

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  4. don't know who Graham Fuller is, but he does look a tad Russian, so who knows. In the end its all about the money and staying in power, one way or the other.

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