Before the invasion of Ukraine on February 24, Vladimir Putin expected that the “denazification” would be over after a few days. Now the war is still raging and even if Russia has the superior armed forces, the Kremlin seems to be considering a “Plan B”. “We will use nuclear weapons if Russia loses,” said Putin’s adviser Alexander Dugin in a video on the social media platform Twitter.
Years ago, Putin said, “if Russia goes under, the whole world will.” He emphasizes that these are the words of the Kremlin boss himself and not his own. And continues: “The world can see this as a pure threat, but whether it is so or not. For Russia, however, the Ukraine conflict is not about victory or defeat. It’s about the existence of Russia.”
After massive doubts about the murder of the Ukrainian bomber Natalya Vovk (43), the search for the ex-soldier who killed Darya Dugina (30) continues. The daughter of right-wing nationalist Alexander Dugin was killed in a car bomb explosion in late August in the Moscow region.