Putin's two "shashmorgas": the FSB colonel explained what could easily lead to the collapse of the Russian Federation

Putin’s two “shashmorgas”: the FSB colonel explained what could easily lead to the collapse of the Russian Federation

The president of Russia appointed “yolops” as governors, the oppositionist believes.

The collapse of Russia is possible due to deep contradictions between the regions and Moscow, the expert noted / photo REUTERS

The authorities of the Russian Federation manage the regions with the help of two “Zashmorgs” – financial and administrative.

Russian leader Vladimir Putin appointed “yolops” as governors in the regions, retired colonel of the FSB of the Russian Federation, Russian oppositionist Gennady Gudkov told in an interview with the founder of the publication “Gordon” – journalist Dmytro Gordon.

According to the expert, the collapse of the Russian Federation can easily happen due to deep contradictions between Moscow and the regions.

“Governors have now turned into idiots who imitate violent activity without having such an opportunity… Many of them have joined the ranks of war criminals, starting to form regional battalions… They were accomplices of the regime, and now they have become war criminals. They wanted to, they decided so themselves – let them answer… Therefore, the contradictions between the regions and Moscow are so strong and so deep that it can easily lead to the disintegration of Russia,” the oppositionist said.

Gudkov added that almost all Russian regions are subsidized. The politician believes that the contradictions between Moscow and the regions will begin to show as soon as the central government weakens. The oppositionist predicted that separatist processes could start in Tuva, Bashkortostan or Tatarstan.

“The tyranny that the federal center imposes on the regions will soon weaken… Two tyranny: one is administrative, the second is financial. And he controls the regions with these tyranny, like turrets. Each province has an embassy in Moscow for crawling and asking for money. In my opinion, out of 86 regions, 78 are subsidized, non-independent, and eight are donors, such as Moscow, Khanty-Mansiysk…” – shared the interviewee.

According to the oppositionist, “therefore, it is quite clear that the most serious, deepest contradictions exist between Moscow and the regions, and as soon as the central government weakens, these contradictions will begin to manifest themselves.”

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The Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Oleksiy Danilov, said in mid-September that the disintegration of Russia began on February 24 – the day of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, when the occupiers could not quickly seize our state.

At the end of October, the former head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine, Army General Mykola Malomuzh predicted that if the offensive operations of the Defense Forces are very successful in our country for two or three months, then in the Russian Federation this will seriously weaken Vladimir Putin, and the question of his removal from the position of president.

It is worth noting that at the end of August, Ukrainian soldiers launched a counteroffensive and liberated a number of settlements in the Kherson, Donetsk and Luhansk regions and de-occupied almost the entire Kharkiv region.

Help UNIAN. The Russian Federation was formed on December 25, 1991 after the collapse of the USSR. The Russian Federation is the largest country in the world by territory.

Vladimir Putin was first elected President of the Russian Federation on March 26, 2000.

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