Kadyrovite Terror in Moscow
A video which was uploaded by the Russian youth organization “Stop Xam” (СтопХам – Stop Bastards) shows the arbitrariness and anarchism of the Kadyrovites.
The Russian youth organization, “Stop Xam” aims to end abusive driving practices in Russian cities. The organization carries out extraordinary actions against violators of traffic laws. In a recent action, they were in front of the popular shopping and entertainment center “the European” (Европейский ТРЦ) in Moscow and placing big stickers on which were written: “I don’t care at all – I park where I want”, on the windshields of cars that were not respecting parking rules. They did not know how the Kadyrovites would react.
A woman refused to park her big luxury car in accordance with general parking laws and instead, she chose to leave it in front of other cars. The activists then tried to place a sticker on her windshield but the woman started to yell death threats at them and the following dialogue took place between the two parties:
Activist: Please, re-park your car. There is an empty space inside where you can park your car.
Woman: Do you give a damn about it?
Activist: Of course!
Woman: I won’t move it on principle
Woman: I will put a sticker on your foreheads
Activist: There is a parking lot inside
Woman: Erase everything that you recorded. Now! In front of me, erase everything that you recorded. This better not show up on YouTube. I swear to you, I’ll find you and rip off your legs.
Woman: You’ll be crawling on your two hands, got it?
The woman made a phone call and shortly after, a few young men arrived at the scene in their Porsche Cayenne. Then a fight occurred and the young men shouted death threats and demanded the video recordings while beating the activists. Still, the organization put all of the recordings on YouTube.
Let’s get to the heroes of the incident. The woman on the video is Madina Mingaeva. She is the wife of Ramzan Kadyrov’s high level representative in Moscow, Tamerlan Mingaev. The young man who appeared with the Porsche is her son, Islam Mingaev. He is the chairman of a pro-Russian Chechen organization: “Moscow State Institute of International Relations Chechen Club” which declares its aims as “establishing a positive image of the Chechen diaspora” and “cooperation with the permanent mission of the Chechen Republic in Moscow”! The words are familiar because all of the so-called cultural centers of the pro-Russian regime come with the same aims. The question must be asked: “If family of the Kadyrovites may act this way in the heart of Russia, in Moscow; then how do they act in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, where more than 16,000 Russian soldiers and thousands of armed Kadyrovites are based? We will leave it to your imagination!”
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco