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Putin, has opposition, arrested or assassinated, a leader with too much power!

by irleaksMarch 26, 2017

, has , or , a with too much !

An IRLeaks exclusive


What kind of tactics, does this corrupt leader use ?


  1. As we previously reported, Putin is power hungry, oil hungry, and money hungry. He will do what ever it takes to stay in power, take over countries, steal oil territories and have those who oppose him, arrested or assassinated. All this and he gets away with it over and over again.
  2. Putin rules by force, by execution, by creating Coups to take over even other countries, whether it is for his own power, or for the assets, like oil those countries have.
  3. Timeline

  4. 1991 – Putin puts a military and K.G.B Coup in power to over throw Gorbachev. This puts a weaker leader in power and he can easily win. Putin spent 15 years int he KGB as a mid-level agent. Stationed in East Germany and eventually rose to lieutenant colonel. While in the KGB he also stole secreates from NATO and Western technologies.
  5. 1991 – Putin was appointed to the position of St Petersburg international relations committee as a result of sharing the information he has stolen.
  6. 1997 – he became deputy head of the Executive office of the President, then promoted quickly to first deputy.
  7. 1999 – He was appointed Prime Minister of Russia by Boris Yeltsin who had put in place, from his Coup overthrow in 1991. All part of a grand scheme to become President, not by election but by abuse of power and threats.
  8. 1999 – Putin as Prime minister sends Russian forces to fight Chechen rebels in Dagestan. At the same time he sends rebels into Kosovo, part of Putin’s plan is to gain power over Russia, and take over the Balkan Peninsula, and strategic position between central and south Europe, the Adriatic Sea and the Black Sea.
  9. 1999 – In September 1999, two apartment buildings in Moscow were bombed on separate days resulting in the death of 224 people. Though the Russian government failed to find the perpetrator, Chechen rebels were quickly blamed, allowing Putin to justify his harsh and aggressive stance in Chechnya while also gaining popularity.
  10. 2000 – Boris Yeltsin bowed to Putin’s threats and made him acting president.
  11. 2000 – When he came into power, all the oligarchs, a small group of men who had grown very rich in the preceding decade, were instrumental in picking Putin out of obscurity and installing him at the helm. Within months he forced them to give up all of their political power and some of their wealth in exchange for safety and security – or else, he meant be stripped of all assets and be killed off.
  12. 2000 – Putin meant what he said, and Boris Berezovsky and Vladimir Gusinskywere forced into exile.
  13. 2000 – Russia’s former richest man, Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sent to jail for tax evasion. Later two major Russian entrepreneurs, Vladimir Yevtushenkov and Maxim Nogotkov, companies were taken away from them.
  14. 2003 – Closed down the Russia’s last independent national TV network, TVS in an attempt to communise Russia’s media.
  15. 2006 – Putin had been criticized by a former KGB agent named Alexander Litvinenkowho had maintained the President was to blame for the attacks in 1999. Litvinenko was murdered, poisoned with the radioactive substance polonium
  16. 2009 – Putin invades Georgia, to stir fear in the Ukraine.
  17. 2010 – Putin begins his strategy to take over Ukraine, first with Crimea. A few years later in invades it, takes over power, and forms coup’s to over the government
  18. 2014 – Putin has Cimea Annexed from the Ukraine
  19. 2014 – Putin begins his invasion into the Ukraine with Russian rebels. He takes over the Black Sea and tears down all the Ukraine built oil rigs, stations his Navy ships with missile pointed towards the Ukraine and builds new oil rigs to steal the oil
  20. History of Ukraine

  21. he region was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth under Polish rule beginning in the mid-1500s. Poles occupied Moscow during part of the Russian Time of Troubles (smuta in Russian, which in Polish ironically means “sadness”) in the early 17th century, even as Cossacks rampaged across Ukraine (the kresy in Polish) and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth struggled to maintain its super-power status. Then a distracted Europe enabled confusion and chaos in Ukraine. The Cossack uprising of the Khmelnitsky’s Rebellion shattered Polish governance (1648-1657), as Western Europe was signing the Westphalia Treaty and recovering from the twin ravages of the Plague and the Thirty Years’ War. Austria was part of the three-nation dismemberment of Poland in the late 18th century, and as a result gained Galicja, a region that encompassed most of today’s Ukraine west of Kiev. The period after World War I saw Czarist Russia collapse, and then a series of brutal civil wars, as well as a war with Poland (the Poles won, much to the chagrin of a young komisar named Joseph Stalin), meant that a Ukraine in the Soviet Union was not master of its own destiny. The wheat fields of Ukraine were too valuable to the Soviet Union to be allowed out of their geopolitical orbit. With the collectivization campaign, vigorously resisted, the farmers and peoples of Ukraine were brought to heel This was continued with two famines and the counter-kulak campaign that resulted in the chłodomor or Голодомор (in Ukrainian, the “Hunger-extermination”), the serial starving of Ukraine by the Soviets. Estimates range from 2.5 to 7.5 million killed—the mention brings shudders to Ukrainians. For myriad reasons, the USSR “gave” Crimea to Ukraine in 1950s in the immediate aftermath of the “Secret Speech” denouncing the legacy of Stalin and Khrushchev’s bungling attempts to reverse decades of deleterious Soviet policy. On Christmas Day 1991 Mikhail Gorbachev resigned, stating that the, “disintegration of the Soviet Union had been a most tragic event.” By January 1992, Ukraine and 14 other former Soviet Republics had become independent nations
  22. 2015 – Boris Nemtsov was getting ready to expose how Putin was involved in Ukraine conflict – Putin has him Assassinated in front of the Kremlin
  23. 2016 – Vladimir Kara-murza poisoned
  24. 2017 – Vladimir Kara-murza poisoned again, makes it out alive
  25. There are many other assassinations , exiles and take over’s of countries. This is just a basic list of the in justices

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