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pootin using chechens to kill ukrainians

Russians have long history of using groups to kill other groups.

This was a common part of the Russian-German Socialist war often referred to as 'the Great Patriotic War', or even as World War 2. (See also Bloodlands by Timothy Snyder.)

Pootin previously smashed up Chechnya.

Loony humans can always find mercenaries and ambitious chancers.

Nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Main articles: Deportation of the Chechens and Ingush and First Chechen War

Chechen veterans of the Great Patriotic War
Since then, there have been various Chechen rebellions against Russian/Soviet power in 1865–66, 1877, during the Russian Civil War and World War II, as well as nonviolent resistance to Russification and the Soviet Union's collectivization and anti-religion campaigns. In 1944, all Chechens, together with several other peoples of the Caucasus, were ordered by the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin to be deported en masse to the Kazakh and Kirghiz SSRs; and their republic
and nation were abolished. At least one-quarter—and perhaps half—of the entire Chechen population perished in the process, and a severe blow was made to their culture and historical records. Though "rehabilitated" in 1956 and allowed to return the next year, the survivors lost economic resources and civil rights and, under both Soviet and post-Soviet governments, they have been the objects of both official and unofficial discrimination and discriminatory public discourse. Chechen attempts to regain independence in the 1990s after the fall of the Soviet Union led to the first and the second war with the new Russian state, starting in 1994.
[From Chechens]

Russia is currently prosecuting supposed mercenaries that are defending Ukraine.

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russian life expectancy and other statistics

  • Russian life expectancy 66.6 years. Note that Vladimir Putin is 69 years old.

  • The population of Russia is falling. Russia is a struggling and dying nation.

  • Adult obesity 23%.

  • Youth unemployment 17%.

  • Russia GDP per capita $27,000, population 144 million
    UK GDP per capita $41,000, population 67 million
    There is a general world pattern that countries relying on resource extraction become corrupt dictatorships

  • In 2018, the total fertility rate across Russia was estimated to be
    1.6 children born per woman, which is below the replacement rate of
    2.1, and is one of the world's lowest fertility rates.

In other words, the Russian economy struggles to compete with a mid-sized European state despite having the largest land mass in the world.

Meanwhile, expenditure on the military in Russia is 4% of GDP. Russia is the second largest exporter of military equipment.

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