Oh shut the hell up Puke-in…..
News flash for the Express, Putin was NEVER an ally of Trump’s let alone ”owning” him. This has been one of the bigger ruses (a.k.a. Fake News) from the last election cycle. Read Bart Marcois’ piece on Putin at The Hill, Trump has far more aces up his sleeve against an incredibly weak Putin. As for Putin’s supposed war on Islamfascism, think again, he’s aiding it at home. Take look what he’s allowed to materialize and metastasize in Chechneya, no-go zones for Russians.
At the outbreak of that war, the mufti of Chechnya, Akhmad Kadyrov, broke with his people and sided with Putin. He became the president of Chechnya until his 2004 assassination, after which his son, Ramzan Kadyrov, took his place. Ramzan made a bargain with Putin to repress violence in Chechnya in exchange for complete control and autonomy in Chechnya, and influence in other predominantly Muslim republics within the Russian Federation such as Bashkortostan, Tatarstan, Dagestan, Ingushetia and others.
Kadyrov’s control is so great that the Islamic republics have become massive no-go zones for ethnic Russians and Russian police, dwarfing the “Muslim ghettos” in European cities that Russian television loves to highlight. In addition, Kadyrov has reintroduced polygamy, officially outlawed in Russia but recently tolerated among Muslim citizens; banned the production of alcohol; and mandated that women wear the hijab.
Russia’s Cold War threat: Kremlin TURNS on Trump after he pledges stronger US nuclear arms
A COLD War-style arms race could be triggered by Donald Trump’s pledge to put the US’ nuclear arsenal at the “top of the pack”, Russian politicians close to Vladimir Putin have warned.
Russian officials were initially silent after the US President yesterday said the US had fallen behind in its nuclear weapons capacity and he wanted to reverse the issue.
He also said a treaty limiting both Russia and the US’ nuclear arsenals was a bad deal for Washington.
Today is a public holiday in Russia, meaning there has been no official statement – however pro-Kremlin politicians hit out at Donald Trump, who they had hoped would usher in new, friendlier relations between the two countries after his fawning over Mr Putin during the election campaign.