The analysis raises alarming questions about the recent ‘rebellion’ against Vladimir Putin
Posted BY: | NwoReport
Many unanswered questions remain about an apparent revolt by a military unit fighting Ukraine for Russia, with many media reports describing it as an “insurrection” against Vladimir Putin.
Over the course of last weekend, a “mutiny” reportedly developed as Yevgeny Prigozhin led his “Wagner group” of mostly convicted criminals – inmates promised pardons if they fought for Russia against Ukraine.
Their trucks, weaponry, and soldiers all took aim at Moscow after the group’s leaders complained Putin was not doing enough to assault Ukraine.
But then, just as suddenly, the rebellion vanished. Trucks and soldiers turned around and Putin, uncharacteristically, expressed no desire for significant punishment or retribution. Theories have proliferated among media and analysts.
But one of the more credible, yet alarming, analyses is coming from former Israeli Defense Force officer Amir Tsarfati, an Israeli Jew who became a Christian and now runs a popular Telegram channel and posts regularly on YouTube.