Milking his departure for all its worth, Eric Holder, America’s longest serving race-baiter attorney general—the man who once called America a nation of cowards—appeared at the unveiling of his portrait where The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer wiped away a tear as he bid his discordant crony goodbye while Americans grieve the passing of our Constitutional Republic.
This nugget would have received far more attention had news not emerged from
the Soviet Union
Mother Russia that Vladimir Putin’s “fiercest critic”, Boris Nemtsov, was
gunned down like a dog in a “politically motivated” “contract killing” in the
shadow of the Kremlin as he crossed the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge which spans the Moskva River
just outside St. Basil’s Cathedral in the heart of Moscow. He was shot four
times in the back.
Few Russkies own guns so when comrades are murdered, particularly when they are prominent politicians, notable businessmen, or journalists, it is an ordered execution and the assailant is never identified.
Among those who have died this way were journalists Anna Politkovskaya, who was shot in the elevator of her home in 2006, and Paul Klebnikov, who was shot in the back on the street in 2004.
Such murders often go unsolved because of the interwoven nature of criminality and Russian officialdom. In the Politkovskaya case, for instance, it was established that one of the killers was with the FSB, the Russian security agency. But the trail went cold after that; no higher-ups were ever fingered.
Since 2000, there have been at least 16 journalists murdered in Russia. In not a single case has the person who ordered the killing been arrested and in the majority of cases, the mastermind has been neither identified nor sought.
The FSB is permeated with siloviki loyal to their roots that go back to the Bolsheviks’ first political police known as the Cheka.
All important decisions in Russia are made and carried out by a tiny group of men who served alongside Comrade Colonel Putin in the KGB and who come from his home town of St Petersburg.
It is important to note that the BBC is reporting that Nemtsov was murdered in an area “which is always tightly policed and where security cameras are everywhere you look.”
Putin ordered Russia's top law enforcement chiefs to personally oversee the investigation of Nemtsov's killing. Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said Putin would take the investigation into Nemtsov’s death under “personal control.” I think it is safe to conclude that Vlad will make certain that whoever let this get out will be severely dealt with at FSB Headquarters in Lubyanka Square then sent to a reeducation camp and then to a Siberian gulag. So comrade, don’t forget to bring a warm jacket and a shovel if, that is, you are allowed to live.
Dictators do not ask why when it comes to taking human life, only why not. Putin has oceans of blood on his hands already & is still there.
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) February 27, 2015