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Kadyrov no longer believes in the power of Putin, after the failure in Ukraine. Are we waiting for the third Chechen war?

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Already after the first week of the military operation in Ukraine, it is obvious that it will end in complete failure for our commander in chief. With zero achievements in the implementation of military tasks, Russia immediately received the maximum package of sanctions that will lead to the rapid destruction of the economy, regardless of whether we take Kyiv or not. Obviously, the West is no longer afraid of Putin!

Seeing his military helplessness in Ukraine, world leaders one after another spit in the face of the president, approving sanctions against both Russia and Putin personally, supplementing this with the supply of weapons to Ukraine and caustic statements in the press.

But the main danger for the country lies elsewhere: following the Western leaders, Putin’s close circle also realized the helplessness of their boss. One does not need to be an expert to notice how the rhetoric of Ramzan Kadyrov’s statements began to change with every day of the failed operation in Ukraine. Everything suggests that Ramzan Kadyrov, one of the people closest to the president, has conceived his own cunning plan.

Kadyrov never concealed his ambitions for complete independence of Chechnya from the Kremlin, everyone knows this. What are the daring forays of Chechen security officials from the republic into the territory of Russia in recent times. The question was only at the right moment for the coup, and it looks like it has come.

While all the main forces of the Russian army are tormented in Ukraine, and faith in the terrible and invincible Putin is crumbling, both among the elites and among the general population, all the rear of the country is open and this is the best moment to finally make Chechnya truly independent and free. To complete what was not possible in the first two Chechen wars.

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