Genocide of Russia by the hands of V.Putin through violence, terror, betrayal and total deception

Rudyanin Ivan.
Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European
National University.
Ukraine. Lutsk.
 The study of the recent history of the formation of the Russian Federation as an independent, independent state can not be carried out without the study of the role and influence of its rulers, prominent political and military figures, whose work was the basis for restoring the leading role of the RF on the international level. Most of the events that took place during the 90’s and early 2000’s in Russia and around it are mostly tragic, and it’s no accident. For the Russian authorities, and especially for its political elites, people in the final sense of the word was nothing more than a means of achieving exclusively their goals, including specific political figures of the highest level of the Russian Federation. But everything is in order.
 After the events that took place in Moscow in August 1991, Boris Yeltsin, an ambitious and well-known politician at that time, came to power, which, as the main slogan of his political work, determined the development of the Russian state in the most important spheres of society activity, ensuring the constitutional legality and prosperity of the Russian Federation as an influential subject of international relations. However, dissatisfied with the existing economic contradictions in the Kremlin’s ruling powers, they did not see the point in creating a rule of law with a clearly defined constitution, effective mechanisms for implementing the provisions (articles) of this basic document, the rights and duties of the president and the entire state apparatus, Including And in remote regions of the newly established country, especially in its “oil” areas. Thus, the first principles for organizing counteraction to the legitimate authorities of the Russian Federation in solving key problems were created – accumulation of funds in the state budget at the expense of order and strict control in the real sectors of the economy. By way of a covert confrontation, the current opposition has resorted to intensifying anti-state sentiment in the North Caucasus and in some republics and regions of the former USSR, in particular, in Ossetia, Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan. At the same time, the basic calculation of the dissatisfied Russian political elites was made on religious extremism combined with incitement of national hostility among the local population in the spirit of anti-Russian education of youth. The aforementioned support has been gained by individual Arab countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Pakistan and other states that are interested In weakening the role of the official Kremlin internationally. The indicated confrontation was carried out with the indirect support of the leaders of the separatist movements in the Russian Federation, one of which was the deputy of the Russian State Duma, Boris Abramovich Berezovsky, who was well known in Russia and beyond. At one time, this politician joined the material support to the leaders of the so-called Ichkeria. Under these conditions in the Russian Federation there was a situation in which the then leadership should not be determined in resolving the issue of stabilizing the situation in the North Caucasus by peaceful or violent means in the form of holding a counter-terrorist operation to secure constitutional order in Chechnya. Thanks to the close surroundings of the Russian leader, first of all B. Berezovsky, the most powerful variant of the Chechen question in the form of the First Chechen War was chosen, which in essence did not bring the expected result for Moscow and further exacerbated the situation in the specified region and in the state in general. After signing a humiliating for the Russian Federation, and especially for its Armed Forces “Khasavyurt Agreement” between Moscow and the united forces of Ichkeria, the Russian army was finally demoralized and exhausted in full, which led to a sharp outflow of personnel from the Armed Forces of Russia. Subsequently, this factor, in a negative sense, will be reflected in subsequent events in the Russian Federation, connected with the bloody establishment of power in this state. Meanwhile, in 1999 Russia was preparing to change the country’s leadership. The prelude to this process was the appointment of Vladimir Putin, a not-well-known Russian politician at that time, to a person with a “dark” biography who worked first in the Soviet KGB, was the culprit of corruption scandals surrounded by the then mayor of St. Petersburg Sobchak, and subsequently headed the FSB of Russia. Not having a sufficient political rating, and also feeling the urgent need to support his person on the part of the Kremlin officials, V. Putin, as a human resources officer, decided to enlist the support of the Russian military bloc, primarily the army, the police and special services. However, for this purpose it was necessary to ensure that the long-term activities of the latter, justified in the eyes of Russian society, were sufficiently financed from the state budget and provided for an increase in expenditures for Russian defense agencies. And the corresponding variant was found – conducting a local war against extremist groups from The simultaneous removal from the power of “uncontrolled” officials from the Cabinet, which supported the activities of militants throughout the North Caucasus and were not part of the political cohort of the “Peter’s Clan”. Thus, the first foundations for the Second, almost a decade “Chechen” campaign were formed.
 Putin’s appointment as prime minister of Russia did not coincide with the start of a large-scale operation of the federal forces against the militants in Dagestan. Putin led this operation, which was to be “justified” in the eyes of hundreds of thousands of Russians and international observers. And such an excuse has come down. Thus, on September 4, 1999, as a result of subversion of a mined car, two entrances of a dwelling house collapsed in the Buinak Dagestan. On September 8, in Moscow on Guryanov Street, a nine-story house was blown up. On September 13 there was an explosion on Kashirskoye highway. On September 16 in Volgodonsk, a truck jerked, hitting a nine-story building. The chain of above-mentioned disasters took over 300 lives of ordinary Russians. By this time the circumstances of the terrorist attacks have not been clarified, customers and direct perpetrators of crimes are not found, although the Russian authorities have a powerful power block. In parallel with the investigation of crimes in the state-controlled media the discreditation of the leaders of the country’s security forces, as well as Chechen leaders, who allegedly became the customers and performers of the above-mentioned atrocities, is being discredited. By these actions, the Russian authorities headed by V. Putin achieved three main goals. First, a very real basis for V. Putin’s political career was created as a counter-terrorist operation on the territory of Dagestan, and then in Chechnya itself. Secondly, there was a “natural” change in the leaders of the Russian military bloc on “loyal” officials to power. Thirdly, there was a formal reason for the “purge” of the state apparatus in the context of the reform of power with the simultaneous nationalization of the private sector of the economy. In this way, the Russian rulers provided themselves with the right to defend their own economic and political interests in a zone of special interest – in the Caucasus and securely secured themselves in the Kremlin.
 The second anti-terrorist operations of federal forces in Chechnya in September 1999, lightning is difficult to call, especially given the loss, but compared with the previous military campaign, military operations were performed much better, although positive results in the “first” and ” second “Chechen wars have been achieved thanks to literacy generals such as Lev Rokhlin, Viktor Kazantsev, Vladimir Shamanov and Gennady Troshev and dedication, and sometimes heroic officers and other ranks of the Armed Forces. The above-mentioned military commanders turned out to be true experts in their cause. Thanks to their efforts, the tasks of the RF Armed Forces have been fulfilled by the state. However, the catastrophic situation at the time of the Russian army was manifested in another plane and in a very inconvenient for the newly elected president of the time, namely in the north – in the far Vidyayevo when during military exercises by the still unexplained circumstances sank the nuclear submarine missile cruiser K -141 “Kursk” with a crew of 118 sailors. Putin did not give a clear answer about the causes and culprits of the accident, but the comments of family members of the dead sailors and journalists subject specialist divers give reason to assume that APRK K-141 “Kursk” sank in consequence of improper operation of the submarine through the banal underfunding of the Navy of the Russian Federation.
 In October 2002 Chechen terrorists seized the cultural center at Dubrovka in Moscow, where the musical “Nord-Ost” was then held. After three-day talks, the building was assaulted and pumped into the gas. Killed from 130 (official estimate) to 174 people (counts of public workers), more than 700 injured. Disputes over the professionalism of the operation of the special services, the composition of gas, the lack of medical assistance and the organizers of the terrorist attack continue to this day.
 A year after the tragedy at Dubrovka Putin said at a meeting with foreign journalists: “These people died not as a result of gas because gas was not harmful, it was harmless, and he could not cause any harm to people. People were victims of circumstances: Dehydration, chronic diseases, the very fact that they had to stay in that building, and we can say that during the operation no hostages suffered. Following such a statement, the Nord-Ost NGO filed a lawsuit against V. Putin, accusing him of lying, but Russian courts did not accept the claim.
In October 2003, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Chairman of the Board of Yukos, was arrested, whose property was simply illegally nationalized by the current leader of the Kremlin. Khodorkovsky and his closest partner, Plato Lebedev, were detained for more than ten years and were underwritten by Putin only at the end of 2013. Alexei Pichugin, head of security service of Yukos, is serving life imprisonment, and lawyer Vasil Aleksanyan died in unclear circumstances.
Subsequently, there were no less brutal events in the modern history of the Russian Federation, to which the current leader of the Kremlin, V. Putin, is one way or another involved. This refers to the terrorist attack in Beslan (a consequence of the war in Chechnya, killing 334 people), killing well-known in Russia and abroad journalist Anna Politkovskaya, poisoning of a former employee of FSB Alexander Litvinenko, the arrest of peaceful protesters at the “Bolotnaya Square” in Moscow, the abolition pension reform, interference in Russian internal conflict in Georgia and the Kremlin’s direct participation in hostilities in August 2008 and finally in 2014 military invasion of Russia in Ukraine with a phased annexation of Crimea and military support illegal armed formations (IAF) “DPR” and “LPR” that operate in parts of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
From this moment it is expedient to describe in detail the role and place of V.Putin in the events taking place in the Crimea and eastern Ukraine, which concern the protection of its national statehood and sovereignty.
Not hiding its geostrategic intentions towards Ukraine, the Kremlin continues to influence the situation in our country, providing fully escalation of the conflict, while not causing a trouble to modify inspired provocation to modern realities. Thus, slogans such as “Fascism will not pass” were used during the failed coup of the Communist Party of the USSR in Moscow, where the masses were involved in the change of power and the formation of a profitable picture for foreign media. Identical slogans Moscow used during the procedure annexation of Crimea, where appropriate inscriptions were designed billboards in key cities of the peninsula, organized illegal referendum drag on its side of the Command of Naval Forces of Ukraine and then blocking units of the Navy and Coast Guard Armed Forces who are stationed on the territory of Crimea .
After the annexation of Crimea white stone focused on destabilizing the situation in mainland Ukraine and through agents of influence and using subversive groups tried to ensure the implementation of the “Novorossia” in the south-eastern regions of our state. However, due to a number of circumstances, including the poor-quality work of Russian special services, media engagement, as well as the active opposition of both Ukrainian specialist agencies and ordinary citizens, the scenario planned by Moscow has not materialized. V. Putin, meanwhile, resorted to the implementation of a part of the elaborated plan, namely the creation of two pseudo republics of the “DPR” and “LPR” with the rights of autonomy within Ukraine. However, the situation somewhat went out of control, and the conflict in the Donbass turned out to be futile with conducting positional military operations on the line of separation. Later were formed conditions for dialogue as the conflict “Minsk talks” but the expected result (full ceasefire and removal of heavy weapons from the contact line) fully been achieved. Thus, there are no grounds for saying that “Minsk” is currently lacking, although Ukraine has a number of advantages from this dialogue. First, Kiev won several months for rearming its own troops. Secondly, the Minsk Dialogue has become a formal pretext for strengthening international sanctions against Moscow in connection with the failure to implement the latest agreed paragraphs of the negotiations.
Thanks to the Minsk dialogue, the coherent work of Ukrainian diplomats, special services, the media, community and volunteer organizations, and the indifference of ordinary citizens, Putin failed to convince the international community that there is a civil war in Ukraine that involves exclusively Ukrainians who have expressed their desire to defend their rights and freedoms with arms in their hands.
Commenting on the hostilities in eastern Ukraine, V.Putin repeatedly stated in his speeches to Russian and foreign media that in our country genocide is committed in part of the Russian-speaking population, who disagrees with the actions of the authorities and as if forced to defend their rights and freedoms. At the same time, V.Putin sharply condemned the conduct of the ATO, noting that against the ordinary citizens, the Kiev authorities use heavy weapons and even aircraft, which is unacceptable in this case. However, the Russian leader for some reason forgot to voice the nature of the anti-terrorist operation in Chechnya, when the command of the Armed Forces Used heavy weapons and the same aircraft against “peaceful” militias in Chechnya and Dagestan, and subsequently the treacherous entry of Russian troops in Tskhinvali and other areas of independent Georgia. In turn, some Russian politicians continue to blame Ukraine for the participation of its citizens in two “Chechen” wars on the side of the IAF. At the same time, the main evidence of the Russian side is the activity of the UNA-UNSO representatives on the side of the Chechen militants. However, the fact that UNA-UNSO was not and are not regular military units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but only public organizations with a certain ideology, is not taken into account at all. Instead, on the side of the IAF “DPR” and “LPR” are fighting regular units of the Armed Forces of Russia during the conduct of a similar anti-terrorist operation in its content and scale. Obviously, V.Putin and his political team have no moral right to condemn the actions of the Ukrainian authorities towards illegal armed groups, and especially with regard to their leaders and leaders of armed units of so-called “militias” within the territory of Ukraine.
Along with the unsuccessful operations of the Kremlin in Ukraine, the anti-state sentiment is gradually increasing in Russia, both in remote regions and in the capital. The reason for the “anti-Putin” rallies was probably not the war in the East of Ukraine, but a significant deterioration in the quality of life of the Russian population on the background of a total ban on freedom of speech. People increasingly began to show protests in social networks and during mass protests. This tried to use the small-scale Russian opposition. However, in this case, V.Putin’s environment succeeded in terror, physically destroying in February 2015 the main opposition Kremlin candidate for the upcoming presidential election in the Russian Federation Boris Nemtsov.
The murder of former Russian State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov, a former colleague of Vladimir Putin, in Kiev should also be seen as an act of revenge and intimidation on the part of the Russian leader of all those who wish to leave their “team” from Russia and provide demonstrations to international investigative bodies against the existing authoritarian Regime in the Russian Federation. The death of D. Voronenkov is a demonstrative political massacre of those politicians who see Putin as a national threat to the Russian Federation, and this no longer doubts no one else. However, not everybody understands that this and similar actions of the Kremlin only consolidate the international community in the opinion of the need to preserve and strengthen political and economic pressure on Russia as an aggressor country where democratic values, rights and freedoms of its citizens, justice, freedom Words and other aspects, without which there can not really be a free nation (nation) in the broad sense of the word.
In an effort to avoid punishing future atrocities inside and outside the country, Russian leader V. Putin resorted to and continues to resort to the physical removal of inconvenient political figures, statesmen, activists, journalists, including Leaders of separatist movements in the territory of Ukraine. Thus, in unclear circumstances, the commanders of the Armed Forces of Russia, generals L. Rochlin (1998), O. Lebed (2002), G. Troshev (2005) have died. Until now, the death of former Chechen leader A. Kadirov in 2004 is unclear. During the military intervention of the RF Armed Forces in Ukraine, V.Putin continues to operate under the “old” scheme, eliminating the commanders of the units of the IAF “LPR” and “DPR”, among which it would be advisable to name Oleksii Bidnova (commander of the Batman group), Eugene Ishchenko Mayor of Pervomaisk) Alexei Mozgoviy (commander of the “Ghost” group), Pavel Dreomov (commander of the “First Cossack Platon named after Platov”), Eugene Zhilin (leader of the OPLOT group) Genadiy Tsyapankov (prime minister “LNR”), Arseny Pavlov (The commander of the “Sparta” group), Valery Bolotov (first head of “LPR”), Mikhail Tolstykh (commander of the group And “Somalia”), and this is still far from the list of victims of the Kremlin. However, all these terrorists are united by one circumstance – they all started a war in the Donbass for unofficial support of the Russian Federation. The said leaders of the IAF had compromising information on Russia’s participation in the war in Ukraine and were apparently dangerous for Moscow. All the others, who later headed the IAF combat units, did not possess the information to the extent that their predecessors owned them. Thus, the Russian authorities in their “best traditions” of Stalin’s time cleanse their crimes, or rather miscalculations in a special operation under the conditional name “Russian Spring”, which has not completely happened in Ukraine. As the course and the chronology of the above-mentioned events that took place in the recent history of the Russian Federation, V. Putin’s political career is formed on terror, rape, blood and total deception of his compatriots and other peoples.
We purposely did not stop to analyze the reasons unexplained fall board number 1 Poland near Smolensk in April 2010, direct participation of Russia in 2015 in a military conflict in Syria shooting down a Boeing MH-17 Malaysian Airlines temporarily from the territory controlled by IAF “DPR” on Torez and aggravation of Russian foreign policy dialogue with a number of neighboring countries that suffered or continue to suffer from the tyranny of “Putin’s” authoritarian regime. In such material we in no way want to offend the Russian people, who also suffer as Ukrainian political shortsightedness of the current Kremlin leaders whose activity prevents the development and prosperity of their own state for the benefit of its people. Russian societies, as well as any nation that wants to live in a prosperous country which are honest and fair courts functioning quality education and medicine, is truly free press has freedom of speech and choice. However, all this hinders the figure of Putin, who apparently is not able to understand the great sin of violence against their community, of which he considers himself still. We hope and sincerely hope that the great Russian people eventually regain consciousness, understand the main cause of their suffering and pain, will throw operating repress of dictatorship and begin rapidly develop and prosper under the laws of developed countries …

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