VIP traitors

We have been compiling these lists for almost 10 years, because we believe that their defendants will definitely be punished

Osman Pashayev

Osman Pashayev



VIP traitors

To understand the current situation in Crimea, it is necessary to return to 2014.

At the beginning of the occupation of the peninsula, the only elected body that refused to recognize Russian jurisdiction was the Mejlis. Therefore, the occupiers began to spread threats of a new deportation of Crimean Tatars. They have already killed Reshat Ametov, kidnapped dozens of Crimean Tatar activists and banned Mustafa Dzhemileva from entering Crimea. Then, under the pressure of the invaders, the Mejlis temporarily sent three of its representatives to the Aksenov government - exclusively to solve the problems of the Crimean Tatar settlements. The head of the Mejlis Refat Chubarov continued to tell the world about the occupation across the Ukrainian mainland, and Lenur Islamov, who still has 7 weeks as Aksyonov's deputy, did not allow his media resources to be turned into means of Russian propaganda, did not hang over ATR and companies of the Russian flag and was fired.
The attempt to save the Crimeans from the repressive press failed.

In July 2014, Chubarov was banned from entering Crimea, ATR and radio Meydan were closed in 2015, and criminal cases were initiated against Islamov.

Russia had to look for loyal Crimean Tatars either among the political losers of the Ukrainian era, or among criminals and fraudsters: Mufti Emirali, Remzi Ilyasov, Ruslan Balbek, Zaur Smirnov...
Nevertheless, the people did not accept the leaders appointed by Moscow. During the 10 years of occupation, Moscow has not been able to create either its own Kurultai in Crimea or organize even one Crimean Tatar rally in support of Russia.

Instead, the occupiers created a series of media to fill the gap. The Millet TV channel went on the air in 2015 on ATR frequencies, and instead of radio Meydan began broadcasting “Vatan Sedasi”.

Throughout the occupation, a single reproach on the part of the collaborators was formed around one narrative: the “Kiev Tatars” abandoned their people and lost contact with them. Propagandists “forget” at the same time that Mustafa Dzhemilev, Refat Chubarov, Lenur Ilyamov, Rustem Umerov, Emine Dzheppar were banned from entering the Crimea. Akhtem Chiygoz and Nariman Dzhelyal were imprisoned, Ilmi Umerov - in a psychiatric hospital. For 9 years, the propagandists lied and betrayed their people, and as soon as the Ukrainian army went on the counteroffensive - they sewed from the Crimea.
Let's remember some of them by name:

The first general director of propaganda Millet TV Seyran Mambetov. He fled to the United States in 2023. Ukrainian documents were restored in Turkey last year. He lit up at Kurban Bayram among the Crimean Tatar diaspora in Orlando, Florida.

Susanna Khalilova. The first “scabeeva” Millet TV. In each broadcast, she mentioned the leaders of the Crimean Tatars on the mainland as traitors to the people. She went to Dagestan in 2018, until recently she kept local news from Makhachkala. It is rumored that he also plans to flee to the United States.

Susanna Beitulla. One of the leaders of Millet TV in the early years of the occupation. He is currently waiting for documents to move to the United States.

We have information on several visco officials, but we will not name names yet.

One of the deputy minister of culture of the occupying government is trying to settle in Turkey.

One of the deputy prime ministers plans to move to Uzbekistan.

One of the leaders of the Moscow diaspora of Crimean Tatars has already received permanent residence permits in Turkey.

Not only those who are prosecuted for treason are fleeing. Ordinary workers of propaganda resources also leave the peninsula. Ukraine has not yet determined the list of positions whose holders will be criminally liable. And a certain part of the collaborators will be able to avoid imprisonment. But we are sure that they will fall under lustration, so we continue to make lists.

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