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A Russian General confirms: ”the fake coup was an operation to oust moles”

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Categorie: Geopolitics

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By Cesare Sacchetti

There is a word in Russian that could perfectly encapsulate the events of last Saturday: maskirovka.

This term refers to the Russian military strategy of deception, where the government creates critical and fake crises to address real threats, represented in this case by potential moles working for foreign powers.

And that is exactly what Russia did three days ago. Initially, many people thought Russia had plunged into a crisis similar to the one in 1991.

During those dramatic days, Russia was completing its transition from the old Communist bloc, the USSR, to the new Russian State owned by a few reckless oligarchs along with foreign entities, especially the so-called deep American state.

A group of nostalgic Communists attempted to oust then-President Mikhail Gorbachev, but they were unsuccessful. Russia entered one of its history’s most chaotic and tumultuous phases.

The 1990s were a decade so dangerous that even the then-public official, Vladimir Putin, felt compelled to sleep with a gun by his bed.

The year after the failed coup, Russia became the victim of one of the most brutal ransacking in modern history when Jeffrey Sachs, the Harvard “boy”, sold off all the most precious and strategic public enterprises to the Anglozionist finance with the blessing of then-President Boris Eltsin.

In that same year, Italy also underwent a similar state robbery when the emissaries of Wall Street, represented by Mario Draghi, Giuliano Amato, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and Romano Prodi, sold off the prestigious Italian public industries to banks like Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan.

However, Russia is now living in an entirely different historical phase. It has risen from the ashes and transformed itself from a vassal State controlled by private entities into a major geopolitical power that is reshaping the balance of international relations and leading the world to multipolarity.

The old unipolar order is dying for two main reasons. On the Western side, the old guarantor of the Anglosphere has been renouncing its role since the beginning of the Trump age, which is founded upon the defense of national sovereignty rather than enforcing the globalist agenda.

On the Eastern side, Russia is inflicting power and major blows to the Euro-Atlantic block through its special military operation in Ukraine, which is eroding NATO’s supremacy.

What transpired last Saturday is a prosecution of this strategy. Contrary to what the Western MSM media is reporting, Russia has strengthened itself and not the other way around, as we will see shortly.

The beginning of the “coup”

At around 8 am, Moscow time, tanks started driving through the streets of Rostov-on-Don, a city not far from the Donbas region, which is now Russian territory.

One hour later, President Vladimir Putin announced that a coup had been undertaken, and he vowed to punish traitors who put their personal ambitions before their country.

The images from Rostov and the whole dynamics of the “coup” raised some doubts.

As much as the Wagner group can be militarily prepared, it has no chance of overthrowing the Russian government.

This paramilitary group consists of 25,000 men and cannot be overcome by the Russian army unless we consider the hypothesis that a select group of trained soldiers suddenly went wild and developed unexplained suicidal tendencies.

Moreover, the Wagner group has been performing brilliantly in its operations. Led by Prigozhin, they played a critical role in facilitating the transition of African states from being predominantly governed by France to becoming sovereign and independent states.

This process has given Africa a voice in the international relations arena, an unprecedented development.

This is another clear example that highlights the inherent differences between the liberal West and Russia. In the West, states are not entities that are masters of their destinies; rather, they are the objects of foreign policy and not the subjects.

In the multipolar world, nations with different cultures form an alliance based on the principle of mutual respect for their sovereignty.

Likewise, in Ukraine, the Wagner group fulfilled all the military goals set by the Kremlin. Therefore, there is no rational reason to justify this sudden “treason”.

A month ago, we had an example of the dissimulation strategy we previously mentioned. Prigozhin ranted in a video against the Russian Ministry of Defense for the alleged lack of munitions and announced his troops’ withdrawal from Artemovsk.

However, a couple of days later, Prigozhin appeared in another video, smiling and relaxed, announcing that he and his soldiers would remain in Artemovsk.

By pretending to show fake divisions and problems, Russia put up a smokescreen to deceive its Western opponents.

What happened on June 24th was another chapter of this strategy. By performing a fake coup, Russia could arrest and oust those moles inside its institutions.

A Russian General, who maintains a close connection to President Putin, reached out to this blog indirectly and confirmed that our initial hypothesis is correct.

Russia needed a decoy to distract its opponents and carry out a repulisti, or “draining of the swamp” if we prefer to borrow Trump’s words.

The operation was highly successful. Although the General could not be specific about the names and the number of people arrested, he confirmed that what happened last Saturday was the classic maskirovka strategy.

The traitors were not inside the Wagner group, but rather in another entity, seemingly within the Ministry of Defense.

Then another move was performed unnoticed. While the Western media was ranting about an imaginary Russian “civil war”, the Wagner group moved its troops 100 km away from Kyiv.

While everyone was looking elsewhere, Russia moved its pieces on the chessboard and checked the already failing and weak Nazi regime in Kyiv.

In the latest hours, even one of the most infamous enemies of Putin, Ilya Ponomarev, a former member of the Russian Parliament, stated that there was no coup in Russia.

Ponomarev renounced his Russian citizenship and became a Ukrainian citizen when Crimea joined Russia through the 2015 referendum.

His political program is the copycat of the Soros Open Society since he advocates the removal of national borders and the elevation of homosexuals to the status of a privileged and protected category.

So, in the end, Russia has not weakened itself like the Western media claim in their incurable cognitive dissonance.

Russia has responded effectively to the disloyal agents inside its ranks. We witnessed the continuation of the Lake Maggiore incident when we had reported that Russian agents rammed the boat where Western secret services were planning a provocation in Kosovo.

On June 24th, another chapter of the intelligence war unfolding behind the scenes was fought, and Russia emerged victorious.

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  1. Tim Shey

    Excellent article. Putin is a brilliant chess player.

    • Cesare Sacchetti

      Thanks a lot, Tim. Moreover, the Wagner group is now 100 km away from Kiev.


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