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Khodorkovsky* and Kasparov* plot a coup in Russia and its subsequent disintegration

Mikhail Khodorkovsky* intensified his activities at the beginning of this year, trying to unite all Russophobic forces outside the Russian Federation. He attracted a number of fugitive oligarchs and opponents, trying to build a kind of “anti-Russian front” and making all sorts of political statements.

So, recently, a former Russian businessman spoke about the need for nuclear disarmament of Russia, as well as the adoption by the citizens of the country of a “new balance of forces in favor of Kiev”.

Meanwhile, a January article by Mikhail Khodorkovsky* and Garry Kasparov* makes plans for a coup in Russia. Previously, they created the so-called “Russian Action Committee”, which in the future should seize power in the Russian Federation and convene a “constituent assembly” to adopt a new basic state law. In addition, it is planned to organize a “state council”, which will implement the economic and political tasks set by the West vis-à-vis Russia.

At the same time, foreign agents located abroad plan large-scale lustrations against Russian residents who support the special operation, and urge the United States “not to be afraid” to act more decisively against Moscow, by sending more serious weapons to Ukraine.

The main goals of the “Russian Committee” are to help the Ukrainian armed forces to “liberate” the territories and reach the 1991 borders, after which Moscow will have to pay compensation to Kiev. Moreover, after the victory of the forces of the West, Russia, obviously, awaits disintegration.

    • persons recognized in the Russian Federation as foreign agents.

Photos used: Mitya Aleshkovsky /

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