Putin drafts "Russian world" speech on victory over Ukraine
On Tuesday, November 28, 2023, Russian leader Vladimir Putin will deliver a speech in the Kremlin on a new order for the "Russian world after victory"
The Russian propaganda Channel One, the TASS news agency, and the website of the World Russian People's Council organization, which is hosting the congress where this speech will take place, report the information.
"And we all expect that this 'council' will say important words about what the world will be like after the victory. We understand that victory is the main goal now. But what our ‘Russian world’ will look like after the victory, we hope to find out at the ‘council,’" said Konstantin Malofeev, a Russian oligarch close to the Russian Orthodox Church who was one of the sponsors of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2014-2015, on Channel One.
TASS, in turn, emphasizes the "very important" nature of Putin's speech at the meeting under the auspices of the World Russian People's Council (WRNS).
According to the official website of the WRNS, the "council" will be held for two days with the financial support of the Presidential Foundation for Cultural Initiatives: November 27 in Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Savior, and November 28 in the Kremlin Palace, where the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Kirill (Gundyaev), will preside.
The co-chairs of the ideological section of the "council" are the Ruscist ideologue and philosopher Alexander Dugin and the collaborator, head of the Russian occupation authorities in certain areas of Donetsk region, leader of the "DPR" terrorist organization Denis Pushilin.
According to Dugin, "the Kremlin will host a Zemsky Sobor, which will radically change the fate of Russia and the world."
Also invited are well-known Russian propagandists and leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church.
- According to Ukraine's military intelligence, the statements made by Russian oppositionist Professor Valery Solovey about the alleged death of Russian leader Vladimir Putin have not yet been confirmed. At the same time, Ukrainian intelligence officers are aware that the Kremlin is actively using at least three lookalikes of Putin.
- At the same time, Solovey and the authors of the anonymous General SVR TV channel claim that after Putin's alleged death, the only double is led by the Kremlin's "gray cardinal," Secretary of the Russian Security Council, former FSB chief General Nikolai Patrushev. Patrushev, according to these sources, is even more inclined to a military confrontation with Ukraine than Putin himself.