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Sadly the assassination of Putin is ‘wishful thinking’ as spineless Kremlin chiefs have no ‘motivation to challenge’ him

by LLB staff reporter
18th Jul 22 10:30 am

One of the UK’s top military chiefs has said that the assassination of Vladimir Putin is “wishful thinking” because Kremlin chiefs are to spineless to challenge the Russian leader.

The UK Chief of the Defence Staff Admiral Sir Tony Radakin dismissed all rumours that mad Vlad is seriously ill or could be killed by his own people.

Speaking on BBC One’s Sunday Morning show Sir Tony said, “I think some of the comments that he’s not well or that actually surely somebody’s going to assassinate him or take him out, I think they’re wishful thinking.

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“As military professionals we see a relatively stable regime in Russia, President Putin has been able to quash any opposition, we see a hierarchy that is invested in President Putin and so nobody at the top has got the motivation to challenge President Putin, and that is bleak.”

He warned that the next British Prime Minister will have to realise that Russia is “the biggest threat to the UK” which could last for decades.

Sir Tony added, “So the biggest threat is Russia, and that’s Russia in all its guises when you look at it militarily.

“Its land forces are probably less of a threat in the short term because of that degradation, that depletion that we’re seeing with their struggle in Ukraine.

“But Russia continues to be a nuclear power, it’s got cyber capabilities, it’s got space capabilities, and it’s got particular programmes under water so it can threaten the underwater cables that allow the world’s information to transit around the whole globe.”

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