Garry Kasparov and Uriel Epshtein discuss what Prigozhin’s “rebellion” means for the future of Putin’s regime.
Yes, agreeing with the key conclusions here in the last 4 and a half minutes against authoritarianism including by Garry saying: “What I think is also important for the free world to also learn is that: the idea that you can secure liberalization of dictatorships by open trade and concessions has failed spectacularly again—again and again. But Putin’s Russia is a reminder that the foreign policy that ignores moral values is a guaranteed failure. And I hope these lessons that have been so expensive if we look at the crimes that have been committed by Putin’s regime, from carpet bombing of Grozny to Republic of Georgia to Aleppo and to Mariupol and so on, there’s a huge price that has been paid for the West’s ignorance, naïveté and greed. So, if we learn from these lessons, if we start building a new world based on our current experience and also historical lessons, I think we have a chance to actually — to demonstrate that the world can be organized in a much more effective fashion…” and by Uriel saying that, “what an incredible opportunity to strike a blow against authoritarianism and to give Ukrainians absolutely everything they need to take back their country and all their territory…”, etc.
Prigosjin to ‘visit’ Lukashenko? Wouldn’t be surprised if Luka dies soon and Prigosjin ‘gets’ Belarus from Putin. Wagner gets his own country, second front in north of Ukraine, Putin saved, another People enslaved… hope not.