In recent days, the Friends of Free Ukraine have been following the situation on the battlefield, where the Ukrainians, with the support of the West, have achieved a number of successes. Hopes were born that one day it would be possible to push Russian troops to positions before February 24, 2022. In this context, somewhere there is already talk about the subsequent fall of the Putin regime. Desire, though understandable, is the father of the idea here.




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Former opposition member of the State Duma Dmitry Gudkov | Source: Photobank Profimedia

First of all, the final victory for Ukraine is still a long way off. Second, even if it does, and even if Vladimir Putin ends, it would not mark the end of undemocratic developments. And it’s nothing like the free world’s care for this country.


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The Kremlin, no matter who is sitting in it, will still have nuclear weapons at its disposal, and it will be easy to mobilize the population of the Russian Federation against anyone who does not like the new rulers.

Not to mention if someone came up with recommendations or regulations on how Russians should organize their society.

Whether the war ends one way or another, Russian affairs will be run by the Russians themselves. But the question is what kind of Russians? Russian society is divided into a majority that supports Putin and a minority at home and, above all, in external emigration.

External migration is characterized by mutual intolerance.

There is no space here to enumerate its branches and describe its relationships, but the basics are as follows: A group of followers of Alexei Navalny, who cling to the vision of a beautiful Russia for the future that their president left them before he joined them. Prison.

After that, there are different groups talking to each other. Finally, there is the hard-line part of immigration that insists on violence.

There are no specific conclusions

A week ago, the last two branches came together. The Congress of Free Russia was held in Vilnius, and a women’s combat event took place at Irpini near Kyiv.


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Many representatives of anti-Putin Russian communities around the world and well-known opposition figures including Garry Kasparov, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Viktor Shendrovich, Gennady Gudkov, Dmitry Gudkov and others spoke in group discussions at the conference. Guests from other countries also participated.

Unequivocal conclusions did not come out of these discussions. The only popular thought was the belief that things would only start to move in Russia if Ukraine won the war. There was no question of seizing power by force, there was talk of persuasion.

However, an agreement was signed in Irbeni to overthrow the power in Russia by armed means. The signatories are the Russian National Liberation Army and the Corps of Russia. The latter organization is supposed to bring together Russian soldiers who defected to the Ukrainian side in the war.

The first organization is present in the statements of a former member of the State Duma, Ilya Ponomarev, who, however, without evidence, stated that this army killed the daughter of the philosopher Putin Alexander Dugin, Daria.

Ponomarev, a former communist, told the camera ten years ago that his goal was to seize power in Russia by force and hang all his enemies upside down. He cited Lenin and the October Revolution of 1917 as a model.

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Alexander Mitrofanov

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