A new Russian rebellion may be provoked by the next major defeat of the occupiers at the front.
The lack of punishment for Prigozhin’s rebels, who during their “march to Moscow” on June 24 shot down 6 helicopters and a plane and led to the death of an unknown exact number of Russian servicemen, will end in a new rebellion in Russia.
Such an opinion expressed Russian war criminal, terrorist Igor Girkin (Strelkov).
“No measures have been taken to punish the rebels. What’s more, Mr. Prigozhin moves freely across the state border of the Russian Federation, lives in St. Petersburg, and the authorities pretend that “this is the way it should be,” he wrote desperately in his Telegram post.
He also drew attention to the worthless behavior of the president of the aggressor state, Vladimir Putin, who did not dismiss either the army chiefs who “showed incompetence and cowardice during the mutiny” or the statesmen who “fled abroad on the day of the mutiny”.
Not a word of condemnation, not even the slightest hint of punishment from the lips of a person who remotely resembles the president – was not heard. Hence the conclusion: another mutiny is not far off. All that remains is to wait for a major defeat at the front,” Strelkov predicts.
According to him, no one will prevent the rebels, because “there is no point in risking one’s life defending such a poor and miserable government.” As a result of the new rebellion, in his opinion, “many of the living will envy the dead.”
“It is impossible to save a country whose rulers have become so rotten that they have lost even the elementary instinct of self-preservation, exchanging it for the possibility of doing nothing at all costs,” the Russian terrorist stated.
As is known, a week ago, on the night of June 24, the leader of the terrorist group “Wagner” Prigozhin said that his fighters were going to Moscow “after the heads” of the country’s military leadership. They first seized all military facilities in Rostov and Voronezh and continued their movement to the capital of the aggressor country. However, Prigozhin later stated that he managed to come to an agreement with the leadership of the Russian Federation and “prevent bloodshed.”
It will be recalled that the Kremlin refused to comment on the words of the fake president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, that he allegedly dissuaded Putin from the “cruel decision to wet” the leader of the “Wagner” PMK Yevgeny Prigozhin during the mutiny.