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Dugin offered to kill Putin


Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of the VIII convocation (2014-2019)

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Dugin offered to kill Putin. He was the first to say out loud what politicians are whispering about

Kherson. Dugin proposes to kill Putin. What's next?

The most famous Russian ideologist was born with a text about Kherson and its surrender. You could ignore it if it weren't for one "but". De facto, Dugin warns Putin: either the situation is being corrected or Putin should be removed.

Here's a full quote from Dugin's statement: "Power. She is responsible for that. What is the meaning of autocracy, and we have it? We give the ruler absolute fullness of power, and he saves us all - the people, the state, people, citizens - at a critical moment. If for this he surrounds himself with shit or spits on social justice, it's unpleasant, but just to save. What if it doesn't save? Then - the fate of the "king of the rains" (see Fraser)." Fraser: the "king of the rain" should send moisture during the rainy season. If it doesn't rain, the king is just killed.

So, what's going on?

1. The system is still controlled, but gets deep cracks. Dugin, considering himself a prophet, allows himself more than anyone else. In fact, he becomes the ideological leader of the radicals, who is the first to say aloud: "Putin must be changed." What different politicians are whispering about, Dugin voiced aloud for the first time. Kherson is only a catalyst for the search for the guilty. It is important for us that for the first time from the mouth of a famous ideologist it is clearly said: the blame lies with Putin.

2. The system has received other cracks: despite all efforts to kill the organizations of soldiers' mothers, they reincarnate and begin to raise their heads. And they start doing it in public. In the regions - very carefully, but in social networks people begin to write on economic topics. Of course, these are not fundamental changes - this is just the beginning.

3. De facto, there is now a unique situation in Russia, when two large groups of influence believe that Putin's time is exhausted. They are liberals and ultranationalists. But the development of the future of these two groups is radically different. The first want to drown everything in blood, the second are afraid to say out loud even that they need to return to the borders on February 24. In fact, the biggest problem is that we do not see anyone in the Russian Federation who would start talking in an articulated way about how and where Russia should retreat and how it can get out of the annexation trap. Until a group of such people appears, the advantage will be on the side of the ultranationalists with their bloody agenda. Once again, the liberals are still afraid to talk about it.

4. The key problem in the Russian transit of power is not just the lack of a successor, but the lack of a picture of the future. The elites understand that Putin is pulling them to the bottom, but the elites are too old to start taking tough steps. In summary, with the absence of people who create a request in society to get out of the annexation trap, we have a problem with the transit of power. How this problem will be solved is not yet clear. Putin is weaker than ever. But his entourage is afraid to get out of the way.

Conclusion: with a lag of several months, we will see a real drop in Putin's rating. The society will be scared, wait for the team from above and agree to everything, including giving up the newly annexed territories. The main problem is the Russian elites, who are not yet ready for change. Apparently, they will focus on the maximum tightening of the nuts inside the Russian Federation. They have no formula for negotiations on the war in Ukraine. Or rather, they are afraid to speak it out loud and will pull it to the last. They believe that the one who is the first to announce that it is necessary to leave Ukraine will definitely lose. And the one who talks about it second or third will win.

Source: Vadym Denysenko / Facebook

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