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Book about Kadyrov as anti-advertising2012-10-18 16:31
Recently, a new book by the chairman of the Chechen parliament, historian and writer Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanova "Man and Epoch: Ramzan Akhmatovich Kadyrov", telling the story of the life and activities of the Chechen leader, was published. This book may become another Abdurakhmanov's failed project.
Ramzan Kadyrov has many enemies and detractors. None of his step, word or action remains unnoticed. Description of Chechnya's achievements, great buildings and Ramzan Kadyrov's victories causes at least the negative emotions in the most people in Russia. This situation doesn't change, although Chechen authorities spend huge power and money to establish their own media and the image of the "revived Chechnya and its great leader".
There are lots of annoying critics of the Chechen leadership, who has become leader in the number of caricatures of him, not mentioning the hundreds of articles written by the restless masters of the pen of all calibers. However, as practice shows, his own people, even from the inner circle, can discredit him much more.
Recently, there was announced the release of a book by Chechen Parliament Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov "Man and Epoch: Ramzan Akhmatovich Kadyrov" about the life and work of the head of the Chechen Republic. The book consists of seven chapters. I would like to announce the name of each of them, since it's worth it: "Akhmad-Hadji Kadyrov about the son Ramzan", "Ramzan Kadyrov - a politician from the Almighty", "Vladimir Putin and Ramzan Kadyrov", "The role of Ramzan Kadyrov in the state-building of Chechen Republic", "The role of Ramzan Kadyrov in the reconstruction of the social and economic spheres of the Chechen Republic", "The role of Ramzan Kadyrov in the spiritual and moral revival of the Chechen society", "Interview with Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov".
Even in a country that has read Leonid Brezhnev's "The Small Land" a book by Abdurakhmanov looks like a new edition of "Rukhnama", but with Ramzan Kadyrov instead of Saparmurat Turkemnbashi. Russia, thank God, is not Turkmenistan, and Russian students don't have to learn by heart the chapters of this book. Although in case of Chechnya there is no such guarantee.
Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov has given the critics of Kadyrov another wonderful occasion to discuss and condemn their boss. Apparently, Parliament Speaker has decided that thousands of portraits of Ramzan Akhmatovich across the country were not enough in order to completely equated Chechnya with North Korea, a country suffering from a vast and ardent love to their leader. By his creation Abdurakhmanov has confirmed the folk wisdom: "God deliver me from fools". Trying to prove his loyalty and admiration Kadyrov, he seems to have completely lost sight of the shores of consciousness.
We could even fail to notice the release of such a book. There are lots of those who want to express his admiration the leader. But Abdurakhmanov is not the last person in the Chechen state. Kadyrov once even sent him to Oslo for talks with Ahmed Zakayev. However, those negotiations have failed: Dukuvakha failed to return the former actor of Grozny Theater home.
Most importantly, since 2006, the writer matures the idea of merging Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan, of course, under the leadership of Ramzan Kadyrov. Not forgetting to praise the name of the head of the Chechen Republic almost around the clock, Dukuvakha, not being very successful diplomat, was not discouraged by the failure of all his projects and starts the new.