Ukrainian director Sentsov dreams of Putin repeating the fate of Stalin or Gaddafi and believes he will see see this "old man" in The Hague
Famous Ukrainian film director and former political prisoner of the Kremlin, now a defender of Ukraine in the Avdiivka sector, Oleh Sentsov, said that he dreams of seeing the collapse of Vladimir Putin's regime with his own eyes and being present at the trial of the aggressor country's president in The Hague. Sentsov believes that the ideal scenario for the breakdown of Russian ideology is situations similar to those that occurred after the deaths of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
The director, who was recently injured, spoke about this and other things in an interview with Ukrainska Pravda. According to him, the collapse of the "Russian world" will be a variant of either Gaddafi or Stalin when he was buried. This regime will definitely not be able to be "mothballed" as is currently happening in North Korea.
Oleh Sentsov believes that another scenario for the collapse of the Putin regime is a situation similar to what happened two years after the death of Joseph Stalin. Back in 1956, at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party, Nikita Khrushchev condemned Stalin's activities. This event was to serve as the beginning of the rebirth of the Soviet Union.
The military also emphasized that he dreams of meeting Putin in court: "...that 'old man' who barely flips through the protocol. I dream of seeing him suffer because he is very ambitious, and such events will be a feeling of the greatest collapse for him."
But he refused to be a witness at the tribunal. In his opinion, there are people who have suffered more. In particular, Sentsov agreed to observe the events in court.
It is worth noting that Oleh Sentsov was an active participant in the Revolution of Dignity and Automaidan. In 2014, he was detained by Russian security forces in Simferopol, and in 2015, he was illegally sentenced in Russia to 20 years in prison on terrorism charges.
Reference. Muammar Gaddafi and Joseph Stalin were both dictators. Gaddafi created a state system in the 1960s called the Jamahiriya. Its main aspect was the protection of the ruling family, i.e. Gaddafi himself, as well as life imprisonment for disseminating information that spoiled Libya's reputation, collective execution and the death penalty. The same laws were followed by Stalin in the U.S.S.R.
The end of Gaddafi's rule came with the outbreak of the 2011 Libyan Civil War. The International Criminal Court then issued an arrest warrant for Gaddafi, accusing him of crimes against humanity. The dictator was in hiding for several months until he was wounded in the city of Sirte and died. More than 10 years have passed, and civil wars are still going on in Libya.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that Oleh Sentsov was wounded at the front, and recently returned from the war zone for his son's first birthday.