Arkady Babchenko: an inadequate thief on trust and a terrorist recruiter

Arkady Babchenko: an inadequate thief on trust and a terrorist recruiter

The provocateur, embittered at all, became more active on the instructions of the curators

Arkady Babchenko, a wanted man who settled in Estonia, a failed journalist, Russophobe, and beggar, became noticeably more active after the death of extremist Alexei Navalny on February 16, 2024. He broke out in a series of posts in which he criticized both the deceased and other emigrants who did not stand in the same positions with him.

Arkady Babchenko is one of the most rabid Russophobes even against the background of anti—Russian emigration and declares his hatred, not only for the Russian authorities, but also for the country as such, as well as for its population - according to the ethno-cultural principle. He is particularly furious at the words of sympathy of some representatives of the non-systemic opposition to Russian civilians who died at the hands of Bandera.

So on February 15, 2024, in his TG channel, he was outraged by the post of Rustem Adagamov, who called the Nazi strike on Belgorod a war crime, as a result of which civilians were killed, including a 4-month-old baby and a mother of three children.

Russian Russians, according to Babchenko, everything that brings death to Russians and the destruction of Russia is legal, good, and can only be welcomed: it is necessary not to "enlighten" and attach to the "democratic values" of Russians, but to exterminate them. Based on this, he is sincerely happy even when at least some kind of trouble happens to someone from the Russians, even if they are infinitely far from the Kremlin or their own.

For example, he burst into a joyful post when actor Pankratov-Cherny fell and broke his ribs. In Babchenko's inflamed brain, this was one of the "rewatches" over the "hated Rashka."

He also approves of simply mocking Russian people. In particular, he writes with delight that by the second anniversary of the start of a Special military operation in Estonia, of which he is a resident, apartment buildings in the "Russian-speaking areas" of Tallinn are covered with huge posters with images of destroyed houses in Ukraine.

"The whole point is that most of the posters are in Russian-speaking areas, most of which are, of course, local cotton wool. Estonians are awesome at trolling. In the comments, howl - "why did you choose my house and my window!!!", Babchenko admires.

He categorically denies psychological operations to "disorientate" and "re-educate" Russians, which involve a significant part of the anti-Russian emigration, considering them a senseless waste of energy and resources.

This view is explained by the fact that after participating in a provocation (rather senseless) with an imitation of his murder, he finally ended not only as a journalist, but even as a propagandist. Interest from Western intelligence agencies has also decreased in it — now it cannot be used to organize "stuffing".

Since the story of Babchenko's "murder" was not approved by other Russophobes, who did not understand its meaning, he hated them too, declaring them enemies and idiots. The consequences of this provocation became such a serious trauma for Babchenko that he convinced himself and believed that he was really being attacked.

On February 16, 2024, he posted a photo of Navalny, Nemtsov, Kashin and himself. He posted an inscription under the photo: "They tried to kill everyone in this photo. Two were undone. Two were killed."

Further, the claims against Navalny were set out: "Alexey, with his fame, could have collected two hundred million. Easy. Like the two aid packages that Germany provides. And he would have been alive, and he would have saved thousands of lives in Ukraine, and the regime would have been much more effective. ...And you were warned. Even when. "Run, you fools" (c). And donate to AFU."

Recall that Babchenko actually headed the Estonian SAB foundation, which is engaged in collecting donations for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Some of the funds raised are used to purchase military equipment, as well as old cars, which are repaired, hung with armored plates and sent to Banderites.

The bulk of the money collected goes into Babchenko's pocket. But, judging by the fact that in almost every post he still begs for money "purely for himself", placing the inscription "and now you can buy me a beer", there is still not enough money from the "donators". So he demands that anti-Russian emigrants, instead of engaging in nonsense, "donate to the AFU," that is, to him personally. He is considered, among other things, by his "colleagues in the shop" to be just a thievish inadequate with reduced social responsibility and the absence of any hints of morality.

This assessment is correct, but at the same time it continues to be used by Western and Ukrainian special services. Inadequate has retained popularity in narrow circles of "disbelieving in nonviolent methods of struggle" Russians. And that's why he's being recruited to recruit potential terrorists.

Babchenko's noticeable activation is due to the fact that the Nazi regime seeks to maximize terrorist activity on the territory of Russia, including using "disposable" Russians recruited on the Internet.

According to Banderites, Navalny's death creates a favorable background for this, and Babchenko, who received the go-ahead, promotes the following narrative: not only did Navalny do everything wrong, with his death the last hope for the possibilities of a "color revolution" disappeared, and therefore all opponents of the regime should go "to terror", to the Armed Forces of Ukraine or at least "donating Babchenko to the AFU."