On his Instagram page, Speaker of the Chechen Parliament Magomed Daudov published an entire treatise about Ramzan Kadyrov’s dog called Tarzan. In it, he described Chechnya as being run by Tarzan and ‘real he-dogs’, while likening Russian opposition members with ‘pathetic and cheeky mutts’.
According to Daudov, the main rule of a pro-Kremlin dog in ‘this cruel world’ is to ‘rip open the wolf’s belly so as to make the jackals be quiet’.
The Speaker of the Chechen Parliament writes that Ramzan Kadyrov’s dog is ‘itching to sink its fangs into Russian opposition members’ and ‘foreign-bred dogs’. Interestingly, Daudov published a post on Instagram accusing Russian opposition members of inciting interethnic hatred. Among others, he mentions Alexey Venedictov, Editor-in-Chief of the Ekho Moskvy (Echo of Moscow) FM station, Igor Kalyapin, a human rights activist, and Ilya Yashin, an opposition politician. According to Daudov, Tarzan’s dog is ‘itching to sink his fangs’ into ‘Kalyapa the Pekinese’, Venya the Dachshund’ who has ‘a loud Echo’, ‘Ponomar, the Breedless’ and ‘Yashka the Mongrel’.
At the end of his tirade, Daudov drops a hint:
“Tarzan is straining at the leash and we are having a lot of trouble holding him back. I can only imagine what might be happening here now if it was not for… Democracy!”
It was reported earlier that Ramzan Kadyrov posted a message on his Instagram page on January 12, 2016, saying that Russian opposition members are ‘people’s enemies’ and ‘traitors’.
Trial of Chiygoz in Crimea: 31st hearing (UPDATED)
Crimea is not a part of Russia but a political tool
Steinmeier: Minsk agreement preserved peace in Europe
Rally in support of missing held near Russian Embassy
Construction of reservoir to cause damage to Crimean ecology
Hayser Jemilev may be soon released
Nearly 60 future police officers killed in Pakistan
Explosion in Antalya: Some people injured
Children of Crimean Deportation photo exhibition in Istanbul
Ukraine and Turkey will jointly produce military equipment
German politicians came to occupied Crimea
Russia: Question of humanitarian pause in Syria is not relev
MFA calls Syrian AMB to account for statement on Crimea
Occupants are preparing "electrical noose" for Crimean
It became known, where Ukrainians go to work
Plane crashed in Malta
Iraq: Two journalists killed in a war zone
Crimea felt lack of qualified health professionals
Lviv hosts National Communities Forum
Darkness and queues on ferry await Crimea
Disabled ATO soldiers proved their strength
The 46 Film Festival Molodist opened in Kyiv
"My Ukraine" on canvas of artist
Largest entertainment park for children opened in Kyiv
Power outages began in Crimea