Jun 25, 2009

Cruel Summer in Ingushetia


This is what you get when you outsource to Chechnya, Russia.

Um, so this is REALLY bad. According to the New York Times, Chechen leader and missing link, Ramzan A. Kadyrov said that he would exact “cruel revenge” on the organizers of a suicide bombing that nearly killed the leader of a neighboring region, Ingushetia.

There's so much to say about this, but I'd like a moment with Kadyrov. The words you were looking for were "swift justice," not "cruel revenge." I know the outcome would be the same, but for once, JUST ONCE, Kadyrov, could you pretend that your a political leader and as such should try to use political language. Just humor us.

Addendum: Are you wearing a pinky ring in this picture where you're holding a golden gun? And now that I've noticed it, I'm actually surprised you don't have a golden silencer for the golden gun.

5 comments:

Mrta said...

It almost looks like the golden gun is aimed at Putin's photo in the background...

Mrta said...

Another ephemism for "cruel revenge" = "adequate response" (see your earlier post on Kyrgyzstan).

Ern said...

HAHAHAHA, yes, "adequate response" is vague enough to protect one's credibility while allowing for a smaller window of opportunity for jokes and criticism.

Pirates(and)Diplomats said...

Reason # 1,249 on why a free press is absolutly vital for any society.

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