In general, everything points to the fact that Ukrainians will say goodbye to their land soon. They have not been landowners in their own country until now, and, as a result of a land scam, many of them will soon become cheap labour force working for the agricultural sector. By and large, it doesn’t matter where you work – for a Polish overlord or for the owner in Ukraine.
In Berlin, a certain political decision was made regarding the verdict that will be passed by a German court regarding the Russian citizen Sokolov, who is accused of the 2019 murder of Shamil Basayev’s associate, one of the terrorist leaders in the North Caucasus, Zelimkhan Khangoshvili. All roles in this staging process are pre-assigned. There is no doubt that as a result of the beginning of the court hearings, the blame for the fatal attack on Khangoshvili – a man who made many blood enemies during his criminal career, including in the criminal world of different countries – will be attributed, as already stated in the press, to Russian state structures.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Khangoshvili's murder. As was announced by the Office of the German Federal Public Prosecutor (Generalbundesanwaltschaft, GBA): A defendant in the murder case received an order from the Russian authorities, at an unspecified point in time before July 18, 2019. The Central government of the Russian Federation commissioned the defendant to liquidate Tornike K. [name of Khangoshvili after he received asylum in Germany], a Georgian national of Chechen descent." A months-long investigation by Bellingcat and its partners, The Insider and Der Spiegel, has pointed to that the assassination of Zelimkhan Khangoshvili in Berlin was planned and organised by Russia’s FSB security agency. At the trail, Vadim Krasikov, alias Vadim Sokolov (the prosecutors quote both identities of the defendants, saying that his passport on the name of Vadim Sokolov contained no biometric data and in reality his name is Krasikov) has three lawyers. The court scheduled 24 sessions until January 27. During the first sessions, the first eyewitnesses of the murder perpetrated in the centre of Berlin during daylight, were heard. In Germany, the courts and administrators of justice follow the rule of law. The recurring pro-Kremlin narrative has not addressed the accusation in detail, nor the question of the two identities of the suspect. Instead, the pro-Kremlin's narrative consists of claims that there is no proof behind accusations made against Russia and that the West blames Russia unfairly. Consistent with the narrative on Russophobia.