A rebellion is brewing in Russia, Ukraine knows who is behind it - Danilov
Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, said that a rebellion is brewing in the territory of the aggressor country of Russia. According to him, these processes have already been launched and should lead to the fragmentation of the Russian Federation.
During a telethon on Monday, September 18, Danilov noted that there will be no second "march on Moscow". However, the rebellion is brewing and Ukraine knows exactly how it is happening and who is behind it.
"I think it will not be a march anymore. Let's remember the collapse of the USSR in August 1991. What is brewing there, and the "GKChP group," as it was in 1991, is already maturing and they are already buying up, this is a well-known fact. And we understand who is in charge of this, how it is happening," he said.
According to Danilov, the issue of rebellion in Russia is "a matter of a short period of time." One of the factors that will affect these processes is the serious illness of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who is probably in a critical coma.
The NSDC Secretary added that after dictator Vladimir Putin's decision to invade Ukraine, Russian oligarchic groups "should forget about calm."
In his opinion, many officials in the West still believe that the process of Russia's disintegration can be controlled. They think that things can be done that will prevent the aggressor country from disintegrating.
"I can say that no one will be able to influence this, Russia will be forced to fragment and it will happen in our lifetime. And no force can stop it, because it is a historical process," Danilov added.
Earlier, Danilov expressed the opinion that the peoples of the Urals, Siberia, Kuban, Caucasus, Ukrainian Green Wedge, national republics of Tatarstan, Bashkiria, Udmurtia, Yakutia and others have every right under international law to self-determination, secession from Russia and the formation of independent and sovereign states.
According to him, all this will happen democratically and without external influence.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Soviet and Russian director Karen Shakhnazarov, who has become a regular guest on propaganda shows on Russia's federal channel, has seriously talked about the catastrophic consequences for Russia if it loses to Ukraine. In his opinion, it will be an ending comparable to death.