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Russians Are Not Satisfied With Putin’s Evil: They Are Demanding More

The Russian public identifies with a leader who is unabashed in his dependence on violence to resolve tough situations – even if that includes war crimes, political analyst Sergej Sumlenny said.

While analysts debate what Prigozhin’s failed coup means for the future of the Putin Regime and the war in Ukraine, political analyst Sergej Sumlenny, founder of the Berlin-based European Resilience Center, says that the Russian public’s strong support for Prigozhin speaks to a sinister truth: The Russian public identifies with a leader who is unabashed in his dependence on violence to resolve tough situations – even if that includes war crimes and human rights abuses.

 

Rather than the near-coup being a harbinger of the end of the Putin Regime, it could be the sign of how dark things are soon to become.

 

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