Back in the 1930s and 1940s, Hitler and the NAZI party came up with the “final solution” to deal with the Jews and undesirables so are those with disabilities, Gypsies, and LGBT people. Well Putin’s Russia has embarked on another “final solution” in getting rid of us, this time in the Chechnya which is part of the
Not one word was spoken to condemn them.
Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov, Who Ordered Anti-Gay Purge, Says He’s Ready To ResignSo what is this about concentration camps for LGBT people?
Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov, Who Ordered Anti-Gay Purge, Says He’s Ready To Resign
"Time has come for changes in the Chechen Republic."
By Kristina Marusic
November 27, 2017
Chechan President Ramzan Kadyrov, who’s been accused of ordering a murderous anti-gay purge earlier this year, says he is ready to step down.
“It is possible to say that it is my dream,” Kadyrov told state-owned television network Russia-1 of resigning. “Once there was a need for people like me to fight, to put things in order. Now we have order and prosperity … and time has come for changes in the Chechen Republic.”
Asked about potential successors, Kadryov said that if he were to step down, his replacement would be chosen by the Kremlin. Kadyrov has has made similar statements in the past, prompting speculation that this was merely a symbolic show of loyalty to Vladimir Putin, who is expected to run for a fourth term in March.
Chechnya opens world's first concentration camp for homosexuals since Hitler's in the 1930s where campaigners say gay men are being tortured with electric shocks and beaten to deathRussia is ignoring the request for an inquiry by its human rights advocate,
The Daily Mail
- Chechyna has opened the first concentration camp for homosexuals since Hitler
- Prisoners reportedly tortured with electric shocks and some beaten to death
- One of those who fled said prisoners were beaten to force them to reveal other members of the gay community
- Comes after 100 gay men were detained and three killed in Chechyna last week
By Thomas Burrows
April 10, 2017
Chechyna has opened the first concentration camp for homosexuals since Hitler, where campaigners say gay men are being tortured with electric shocks and beaten to death.
It comes after it was claimed 100 gay men had been detained and three killed in Chechnya last week.
A report by Novoya Gazeta said authorities had set up several camps where homosexuals are killed or forced to promise to leave the republic.
One of the camps is reportedly at the former military headquarters in the town of Argun.
'Those who have escaped said they are detained in the same room and people are kept altogether, around 30 or 40. They are tortured with electric currents and heavily beaten, sometimes to death.'
Ombudswoman asks investigators to speed up check of persecuted gay's complaintHas Trump or the Secretary of State spoken up about these atrocities?
November 30, 2017
Tatyana Moskalkova, the human rights Ombudswoman in Russia, who earlier promised state protection to Omsk gay Maxim Lapunov, complained about persecution in Chechnya for her sexual orientation, asked the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation to speed up the check on the Lapunov’s application.
The Ombudswoman noted that in an appeal to her, a resident of Omsk never talked about keeping him in jail, RIA Novosti reports. According to her, Lapunov "reported that he was detained and taken to the police station, where he was held for several days." "On this issue, I sent an appeal to the investigative authorities, which conducted the check of the facts specified by him," Moskalkova explained.
According to her, "unfortunately, until now this check is not over." Moskalkova noted that it "is conducted too long." "And on this occasion I turned to the Head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation with a request, within the framework of procedural control, to take measures to complete it and issue a fair and justified procedural act," the Ombudswoman said.
Not one word was spoken to condemn them.