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Spy chiefs warn Putin they ‘don’t want to go back to the Soviet Union’ as ‘this war is a catastrophe for humanity’

by LLB political Reporter
24th Mar 22 2:35 pm

Spy chiefs have warned Vladimir Putin he is at risk of an internal coup because “recognise that this war is a catastrophe for the economy, for humanity.”

A Russian whistleblower has warned that the Federal Security Services (FSB) have had enough and they do not “want to go back to the Soviet Union,” which will infuriate Putin.

Vladimir Osechkin who is an activist on the Kremlin’s hit list for exposing abuse in prisons told The Times, “For 20-years Putin created stability in Russia.

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“FSB officers, policemen, state prosecutors – those people inside the system – were able to live good lives.

“But now that has all gone.

“They recognise that this war is a catastrophe for the economy – for humanity. They don’t want to go back to the Soviet Union.”

Spy chiefs and FSB officers are not happy with the extensive list of sanctions the world has placed on Russia, as this it stopping them from taking their families on holiday to their villas in Europe.

On Wednesday the Russian Foreign Minister Sergie Lavrov called the West’s sanctions as “thievery” and admitted that no one could have predicted the extent of the economic sanctions imposed on Russia.

The whistleblower who is in the heart of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has warned that Putin is facing a coup amid the war and the huge losses of soldiers.

Osechkin also told The Times that risk intelligence agents are taking is huge, as the are now speaking out against Putin and anger is fast growing towards the Russian President.

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