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Why does he need so many palaces, you may ask? As a security measure for the most part. He never ever sleeps outside of his palaces, so he must have them in every corner. Even if he visits Dagestan/Ingushetia, he always returns to one of his Chechen palaces to sleep
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Kadyrov's regime is not "tribal" as many presume. It is just a monarchy. Actually discussions about "tribes" in the context of Chechnya tend to be highly orientalist. "Oh, they're such a savages, it must be a tribal system". That's the savagery porn for the most part. Not true
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When we are talking about Chechen clans (teips), we should keep in mind they're closer to modern Scottish clans than to the clans of pre-Culloden Scotland in terms of how they function. Yeah, it's cool to have a teip. Yes, it's uncool or even weird not to have one. But that's it
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Picturing modern teips as functional political and military powers is wrong. "Chechen tribal leadership raising their men to war" is just as realistic as modern Duke of Argyll rallying the Campbell clansmen for a military expedition. Possible in 1745, but not in 2022
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Chechnya is less clannish than most presume and the Kadyrov's regime is *way* less clannish. Kinship doesn't matter nearly as much as many would think. Yes, Kadyrov's cousins-uncles-nephews are well-off people with some money and status. But they're not on the top
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It's not Kadyrov's kin who are on the top of the hierarchy. It's his henchmen who personally do the killing. It's the people who placed their loyalty to Kadyrov above their family ties and anything else. It is the people who would (usually did) kill their own kin for Kadyrov
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Here you can see Kadyrov with his three top henchmen: Patriot (here on the left), Lord (on the right) and Delimhanov (on the background with the grey beard). See more in Patriot's Instagram bibliogram.fdn.fr/za.vismuradov_…
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Of these three only a Patriot may be Kadyrov's distant relative. Lord and Delimkhanov are not his kin at all. Still, he placed them far above his kin for their loyalty. In return, they renounced any other loyalty and affiliation and prove it by killing their own family if needed
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Once again, it's not the relatives who have the highest status under Kadyrov's regime - it is the people who *personally* do the killing. Personal element is important, once you do it, you are tied with blood and can't go back. Especially if you kill your own family
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What is interesting about these people (of whom Delimkhanov, Lord and Patriot are the highest-ranked) is that they combine the role of a prosecutor, judge and executor. It's called going for "results"
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This guy would come to a village, pick up some people at his own whim, kill them and say they are terrorists/Salafis/Wahhabis. These killings are called "results", because this is the KPI Kadyrov is sending to Moscow. At the same time it's the demonstration of Patriot's loyalty

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This power is exercised with a good deal of capriciousness "So you are from that village? Damn, I wanted to come there for results, but didn't have time to. Will come by later". Killing is very personalised and highly arbitrary. Good for enforcing compliance
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This group of killers are the highest status people in Chechnya, Kadyrov's close kin is almost literally crawling on their knees before them. Their personally tied with Kadyrov and should he fall, they're doomed. So they're his most trusted men
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Of this three Lord commands the army, Patriot - the personal guard and Delimkhanov - Kadyrov's group of assassins in Moscow. Delimkhanov is the most influential and Patriot - the least. It seems that Kadyrov trusts this dude but not his judgement
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Overall, Chechnya loos pretty well organised in the contrast with other Caucasian regions. It's a relatively low corruption society, where only the ruler enjoys a lavish lifestyle but no one else is allowed to. System is functional, roads and other infrastructure are good
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When you cross to the neighbouring Dagestan, you can feel the change with your bum. They stole all the road funds obviously. On these trashy roads you can notice some really luxurious cars. So that's where the money went. The contrast with Chechnya is very noticeable
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While many see Chechnya and Dagestan as indistinguishable, it's very far form truth. In many respects they're polar opposites. Chechnya is a functional monarchy and Dagestan is a dysfunctional oligarchy. Which means: in Dagestan you can breathe, and in Chechnya you can't. The end
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Replying to @kamilkazani
Is there no elite he has to make sure of? I'd understood this is part of the back story of his complaints about the war: to be bought off with more money which he needs to ensure elite loyalty.
Replying to @kamilkazani
Please stay safe and thank you for trying to inform people of your situation. 🙏🏼