For half a year we have been watching with curiosity the mysterious parade of deaths of people in senior positions in the oil and gas industry and in strategic enterprises. Investigators say there are only suicides. Thus, over the year, at least five top managers of Lukoil were killed (recall that they opposed the war back in March), five more from Gazprom, two directors of the aviation industry of the Far East Development Corporation and a number of officials. The last was Ivan Pechorin, he “fell out of the yacht at full speed” on September 12.
Yesterday, Vladimir Sungorkin, editor-in-chief of one of the most popular propaganda publications, Komsomolskaya Pravda, died (we are out of business, honestly). He raised a generation of “military correspondents” who serve the ideas of the Kremlin’s vertical.
And now they are even talking about an attempt on Putin. The king’s body is still mortal. So, the Kremlin towers are staggering, the split of the elites is getting tougher, the denouement is getting closer and closer