Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to continue his radical line and continue as leader until the bitter end – or until his mind succumbs to “dementia”. extremely fast,” a Kremlin expert stated.
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Vladimir Putin could be in power in 10 years with a plan to purge Russia, an expert claims.
Russia’s autocratic leader is likely to continue his radical line until the bitter end of his reign – or unless his mind succumbs to “rapid memory loss”. “.
Experts say that the current Putin era could even be described as a “mid-Putin period” – as the next eight years could be marred by his plans to destroy the “Russian substance”.
Roger Boyes, Foreign Affairs Editor of The Times, said: “One of the points of autocracies is that these strong men build a system that creates no succession at all, so you just have to wait for them to get dementia faster or just pop up.
“I keep saying that this is his last fight and will end his last days, but you have to look back that this is not the end of Putin – this is between Putin.”
Mr. Boyes, who has defended the Kremlin for nearly 50 years, added: “There’s enough time for him to do all the damage. We’ve already started to see what that damage will look like.
“It will be the very nature of Russia – it is civil society and it will be an appropriate purge.
“The purge has begun in many ways – eight generals, some say nine, have lost their jobs.”
It comes as Putin has turned to more extreme rhetoric in recent weeks, declaring that the military will use “weapons of unprecedented character” following reports of his soldiers illegal deployment of chemical weapons in Ukraine.
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The warm President was surrounded by security personnel as he descended to the far east of Amur yesterday morning to visit a space port to commemorate the first manned space mission of the Soviet Union.
At a press conference shortly after, he announced that the Russian military had used “weapons of unprecedented character” for what appeared to be a veiled threat to NATO.
In so-called “warm words” to troops on the ground, he said they were “acting effectively” in the military operation centered on the pro-Russian Donbas region in eastern Ukraine.
The dictator’s chilling promise comes amid claims that Russian troops have illegally deployed chemical weapons in the besieged city of Mariupol, where thousands of innocent civilians have been massacred. .
After leaving the plane, Putin walked across the runway with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, with an agent in a black suit and tie a few steps behind him.
In his hand was a dark leather briefcase – believed to contain the Russian ‘White Button’ which, if pressed, could launch nuclear missiles and inflict unimaginable destruction on targets at a distance of 16,000 kilometers (9,941 miles) away.
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