‘War support is dwindling in Russia’ and FSB ‘should stage series of terror attacks in Russian cities’ – London Business News
Mass casualties among Russia’s civilian population are also expected, National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Secretary Oleksiy Danilov said.
There are fears Vladimir Putin’s top generals could also be targeted for assassination by rogue FSB spy agents amid the car bomb that blew up Darya Dugin which was actually intended for her father Alaexander, to destabilize the the Russian leader’s grip on power.
The first victim was the daughter of Russian philosopher and propagandist Alexander Dugin while Daria Dugin was blown up in a car bomb.
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The car that belonged to Russian propagandist Dugin exploded in the Moscow region near the village of Bolshye Vyazemy.
Dugin’s daughter was in the car, who was killed instantly, the propagandist himself, was hospitalized with a heart attack after his murder.
Putin’s inner circle is now on high alert as they believe a coup has already begun to overthrow the Russian leader.
Danilov said: “Support for the war is down in Russia.
“The Kremlin needs public mobilization. The FSB is expected to stage a series of terrorist attacks in Russian cities with heavy civilian casualties.
“Dugina is the first in the row. Unlike Russia, Ukraine is not at war with civilians.
Two days later, the FSB announced Daria’s murder had been solved and charged Ukrainian Natalia Vovk with her involvement, who arrived in Russia on July 23 with her 12-year-old daughter.
They reported that Vovk would be listed as part of the Azov regiment and they found his Ukrainian identity card.
The Azov regiment said that Vovk had nothing to do with the regiment, the terrorist attack itself is the preparation of a “court” on Ukrainian prisoners of war who will appear in metal cages for the ” to hold onto”.