Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Talk Is Cheap - Putin Threatens Islamic Terrorists With "total destruction"....Again

Believe me, folks, I've been waiting for six years to be able to put up a post here at Holger Awakens on how the Russians came down with the iron fist on Islamic terrorism in their country - I've heard 100 times people say "those terrorists are going to regret that attack, Putin will crush them" but yet I STILL have no article to put up that actually SHOWS how the Russians gathered up 200 of them, or bombed one of their hideouts and killed 20 of them....I'm still waiting.

So, once again, after a couple of more Islamic terror attacks in southern Russia, Vladimir Putin is puffing out his chest and warning these terrorists of "total destruction" and once again I will wait to put up a story of just what he did to do that.

Don't hold your breath.  Talk is cheap in Russia....we all know that too well here in America.

The story comes from Times of India.

Putin warns 'terrorists' face total destruction

MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin warned "terrorists" on Tuesday they face total destruction, after Russia was hit by double suicide bombings in its southern city of Volgograd that claimed 34 lives.

"Dear friends, we bow our heads in front of the victims of the terrible acts of terror. I am sure we will toughly and consistently continue to fight against terrorists until their total destruction", he said.

Putin made the comments in a New Year's address from the Far Eastern Russian city of Khabarovsk, which is seven hours ahead of Moscow and where he met with victims of devastating summer floods.

"In the current year, we have encountered problems and have been challenged by serious experiences, including ones like the inhuman acts of terror in Volgograd," Putin was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies.

Curiously, his New Year's address that was broadcast earlier to the inhabitants of Russia's furthest flung time zones of Magadan and Kamchatka did not mention the Volgograd attacks.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that Putin had broken with a longstanding traditional by departing from the traditional New Year's address which is normally recorded days in advance at the Kremlin.

"Here (in Khabarovsk) he made his New Year's wishes and this became his New Year's address. So he basically broke a long-standing tradition."

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