A car carrying Dugin's daughter, anti-Ukrainian propagandist Daria Dugina, exploded in the suburbs of Moscow

A car carrying Dugin’s daughter, anti-Ukrainian propagandist Daria Dugina, exploded in the suburbs of Moscow

It housed Daria Oleksandrivna Platonova (Dugina), who is also known for her active public activity in support of Putin’s regime and the destruction of Ukrainians. Dugina called herself a philosopher and journalist, gave lectures. Russian news telegram channels were the first to report what happened to her around 24:00 The base and 112.

“A Land Cruiser Prado car was blown up near the village of Velyki Vyazemy. As a result, the owner of the car died on the spot,” Baza said.

After the explosion, the car drove into a fence.

What was left of the car

According to eyewitnesses, the explosion in Dugina’s car happened while driving on the Mozhaisky Highway.

Dugin himself immediately arrived at the scene of the explosion.

Dugina’s father and daughter were together that evening at a music festival at the Zakharovo manor-museum near Moscow. According to a violinist close to their family Peter Lundstrom which also supports the war with Ukraine and illegally visits certain regions of Donbas, “Dugin was supposed to go in this car, but got into another.”

The news is updated

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Fuente: espreso.tv

1 thought on “A car carrying Dugin’s daughter, anti-Ukrainian propagandist Daria Dugina, exploded in the suburbs of Moscow”

  1. Dugin probably refused the order to commit suicide.
    This is the punishment
    The PURGE has started. All those that may be an issue to the whitewashing of Putin in the Ukrainian blunder will disappear, as well as all those seen as responsible for the blunder…
    Six GasProm senior executives have committed suicide in the last months, including the vice-president.
    This is 100% KGB styled.

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