Thieves of Putin’s gang ‘FSB of Russia’ thriving in London

Kavkaz Center

The Daily Mail reported in two issues (here and on this link) about a gang of Putin’s thieves from the “FSB of Russia”, attempting to buy up Britain. A documentary film about these Russian criminals will be shown on Sept. 25 on channel Fox:

An early evening party is taking place in a trendy Mayfair boutique in London. Champagne flutes are raised as platinum blondes in skin-tight Cavalli coo over sparkly Swarovski clutch bags and shiny Jimmy Choos. Everyone is speaking Russian. For everyone is Russian. Guests, owners, staff, even the drivers hovering outside in their armour-plated Maybachs.

The article’s author writes that he understood the head-master of an elite prep school who refused to take Russians, calling their parents “thugs”.

Indeed, there are so many Putin’s thieves in London that, rather than just outspending everyone at British establishments, they’ve set up their own ultra-bling city within a city. It all started with a few well-known oligarchs who moved to London in order to escape tax or bloody retribution from the regime or their business rivals.

Now, more rich Russian KGB thugs are coming, as the country that boasts the youngest millionaires in the world – with an average age of 46 to our 55 – has decided London is the world’s most fashionable city. There are said to be 300,000 Russians here, though some put the figure nearer 400,000.

Russian thieves annexed British capital with great efficiency, most particularly the grandest white stucco houses and flash new developments of Knightsbridge, Kensington, Chelsea and Notting Hill.

Maddox Street, just off Regent Street, is populated with Russian-owned boutiques, while some private schools, jewellers and auction houses – not to mention flashy restaurants and the Inns of Court – are kept afloat by roubles stolen by Putin’s KGB thugs.

Alina Blinova runs Rustyle, which she describes as an events management, PR and lifestyle company. “Last summer a Russian friend came over and told me he wanted the most expensive house on the market”, she says.

“He didn’t care where, or how big it was. He bought a house costing £ 100 million with its own helicopter pads. He only uses it for two or three weeks a year”.

“I can recognise Russian women in the street, the newspaper quoted a designer Natalie Kaut. – They’re head to toe in labels, particularly Dolce and Gabbana, Versace, Roberto Cavali – they mix it with absolutely no taste – which can cost anything more then £ 10,000 an outfit”.

The dominance of the new rich have a disturbing side. The attractiveness of London is in the gentle tax laws for non-residents, and in the absence of questions about the origin of the capital.

“A lot of the money sloshing around Mayfair, Belgravia, Chelsea and Knightsbridge is what I’d describe as blood money, flowing from horrific crimes, says the founder of hedge fund Bill Browder, whose lawyer Magnitsky was murdered in a Russian prison for having tried to uncover the corruption scheme. – Not every member of the Russian super-rich is guilty of criminal behaviour, but a large proportion is”.

“It is an irony that such people want to keep their families and their stolen money in a place like London, a place that’s safe specifically because we do recognise property rights and the rule of law”, said Browder, a fighter with a gang of thieves and murderers of FSB. hairy girl займы на карту https://zp-pdl.com/how-to-get-fast-payday-loan-online.php https://www.zp-pdl.com unshaven girl

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