The website of the Bryansk Regional Duma announced the appearance of a street named after Adam Kadyrov – for the sake of this, the authorities were going to “sacrifice” the street named in honor of the deceased veteran of the Chechen War. According to the report, the author of the initiative was Vladimir Pronin, the deputy chairman of the regional parliament, the United Russia member and the deputies unanimously supported him.
In honor of the 16-year-old son of “Putin’s foot soldier,” they wanted to rename the street of Sergei Vasilev, a hero of Russia and a veteran of the second Chechen campaign, who died during fierce battles with the Chechens who were trying to liberate their land from the Russian occupiers. Vasilev is a native of Bryansk, so his image is actively exploited by the authorities here: in addition to the street, the city gymnasium has his name, where a bronze bust of the occupier is installed, and in the building where he lived there is a memorial plaque.
The Caution, News source tried to get a comment on this situation. However, a representative of the press center of the Regional Duma at first did not understand the question asked to him, and after clarifying where on their website it was said about Adam Kadyrov Street, he said that the authorities would “give an official comment.”
After this, the Bryansk Regional Duma website became inactive.
For a long time the authorities did not comment on either the release or the subsequent blackout of the site. But in the end they decided to make do with the traditional “this is not us.”
“The attackers made changes to the material about the meeting of the regional parliament that took place on November 29. After which, in a number of telegram channels, false information appeared about the decision made to rename one of the streets in Bryansk city, giving it the name of Adam Kadyrov.
This information is NOT TRUE! We urge residents of the region and the entire country to be attentive and not to succumb to provocations,” this message appeared on the social networks of the Bryansk Regional Duma.
If there was a video, they would say it was a deepfake. But the fact remains: the publicity began to frighten Moscow’s henchmen. They are already beginning to feel less confident, realizing that if something happens, the Kremlin will not protect them. Therefore, we have to think not only about how to lick Kadyrov, but how not to hang from the nearest lamppost, causing justifiable popular anger.