There will be no more impunity, – Podolyak spoke about the biggest problem of the Russian elite
Putin and the Russian elite in general do not realize that the time will come when they will have to answer for their crimes. After all, there will be no more impunity.
About this Channel 24Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, said. According to him, Russians are not critical of themselves.
What is the problem of the Russian political elite
Podolyak noted that Vladimir Putin continues to live in the same illusion as on the eve of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
This is a man who cannot be critical of himself. In general, this is a problem of the Russian political elite. They are not critical of themselves,” he said.
That is, the adviser to the head of the President's Office noted, the Russians do not evaluate their words in terms of the fact that they will have to answer for it. This is one of the signs of the ill health of the nation as a whole.
Podolyak said that the Russians behave this way because they believe that they are very far from the place where the war is going on, and they will continue to be there with impunity. This has happened more than once in history when they entered the country and massacred people. We are talking about Georgia, and Syria, and Ukraine.
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“There will be no more impunity”
Podolyak said that when he entered Ukraine in February, Putin thought that if he could kill a certain number of people with impunity, then he could do whatever he wanted, constantly raising the stake.
Today he understands something else. He understands that there will be no more impunity,” the adviser to the head of the President’s Office emphasized.
According to him, if Lugansk and Donetsk fall, many people in the Russian political elite will simply disappear. Then the irreversible process of its transformation will begin. It will not even be necessary to wait for the end of the war in Ukraine.
The adviser to the head of the President's Office added that then many in Russia will be very scared, realizing that they will no longer be responsible.
More about Russian aggression against Ukraine
- At a meeting of the UN Security Council, Russia's aggression in Ukraine was condemned. Moscow was accused of war crimes: the forcible deportation of Ukrainians and egregious violations of human rights during the so-called “filtering”.
- The international organization of the UN said that kafirs deported 2.5 million people, including 38 thousand children . Ukrainians are being terrorized under the pretext of searching for “dangerous” people.
- Russia has said it is thinking of refusing to renew the grain agreement. Like, she also wanted to take out her food, but she could not do it.