Mentifex relays Wayne Maddsen Report: Russia's collapse
From A.T. Murray@21:1/5 to All on Sat Jun 24 21:07:38 2023
June 24, 2023 -- > Russia's collapse: News that will likely go unreported by the cable news pack
6/24 -- Private jets, as well as the IL96-300 PU presidential aircraft used by Putin, have flown from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
6/24 -- Former Russian President and current deputy chair of the Russian National Security Council Dmitry Medvedev and his family have reportedly fled Moscow for St. Petersburg.
6/24 -- The aircraft used by Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukasheno has flown from Minsk to Bodrum, Turkiye, reportedly with Lukashenko's family on board.
6/24 -- President Biden is spending the weekend at Camp David, which is close to the Alternate National Military Command Center on the Maryland-Pennsylvania state line.
6/24 -- Sandbag bunkers being set up on streets in Moscow.
6/24 -- Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has deployed his Chechen National Guard troops to Wagner-held Rostov-on-Don. Wagner forces have mined the highway between Rostov and Taganrog, one of the key supply hubs for Russian forces in Ukraine.
6/24 -- Reports from inside Russia that the Russian state administration functions of the Russian Federation are being transferred from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
6/24 -- Heavy fighting reported between Wagner forces and Russian military units loyal to Putin in the Voronezh region.
6/24 -- 71st National Guard Regiment "Storm Z" unit commander, who goes by the name of "Zeki," has pledged his unit's loyalty to Wagner forces.
6/24 -- Wagner recruiting billboards are being taken down in Moscow.
6/24 -- Street brawls in Rostov between pro- and anti-Putin civilians being shown on Russian TV.
6/24 -- A prisoner riot has broken out in Vodnik pre-trial detention center. 6/24 -- British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called an emergency Cobra national security meeting.
6/24 -- Putin made hurried phone calls to Belarus President Lukashenko, Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Erdogan pledged his full support for Putin. Tokayev
told Putin that the events in Russia were an "internal" matter.
6/24 -- Russia watchers are looking for a repeat of the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union with constituent republics of the Russian Federation using the Russian uprising to declare their independence. All eyes are on Tatarstan, which is still upset with
Putin for abrogating the last vestiges of its state autonomy.
6/24 -- Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin have been curiously silent and have not publicly rallied to Putin's support. Mishutin's plane was one of several belonging to Russian leaders that flew from Moscow to St.
6/24 -- Russian Deputy Prime Minister Denis Manturov, the richest person in the Russian government, excepting Putin, has reportedly fled Russia for Turkey.
6/24 -- Regular Russian Army units in Lipetsk have reportedly joined Wagner forces and are jointly en route to Moscow.
6/24 -- There are calls for mass protests in Moscow and St. Petersburg calling for an end to Russia's war against Ukraine and for Putin to step down.
6/24 -- Wagner forces have smashed through a barricade of dump truck placed on a highway to Moscow.
6/24 - Reports of Wagner forces in Syria and Africa flying to Russia to support the uprising against Putin.
6/24 -- The Kalinouski Regiment, a group of Belarusian soldiers fighting alongside Ukrainian forces against Russia, have announced plans to seize control of Minsk.
6/24 -- Russian Army machine gun emplacements are being set up along Moscow's Ring Road highway.
6/24 -- Russian civilians in Rostov are bringing food and water to Wagner troops in the city.
6/24 -- Russian army forces opened fire on a civilian car in Voronezh, killing the father and seriously wounding his wife and daughter.
6/24 -- Ukrainian forces have launched an offensive in the Kherson region.
6/24 -- Wagner forces have shot down 7 Russian military aircraft and helicopters in one day.
6/24 -- Polish President Andrzej Duda has summoned the National Security Bureau for an emergency meeting tonight. PM Morawiecki and Defense Minister Blaszczak will also attend. Poland is preparing for threats coming from instability in the Kaliningrad
region and Belarus.
6/24 -- The Wagner Group convoy headed toward Moscow is led by its founder, the neo-Nazi commander Dmitry Utkin.
6/24 -- Lukashenko announces that Prigozhin has accepted Lukashenko's proposal to stop Wagner Group’s advance in Russia and start negotiations.
6/24 -- Major explosions at army bases in the Russian-occupied city of Urzuf, near Berdyansk, after a wave of Ukrainian missile strikes.
6/24 -- All flights out of Moscow have sold out.
6/24 -- There’s more and more theories pointing toward Prigozhin only being the face of a larger coup, which is supported by parts of the Army and the intelligence services. The goal is to remove Putin, withdraw from Ukraine and return to making
business with the world.
6/24 -- Uganda will send soldiers to Moscow to defend Putin if need be, says Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the son of Uganda’s President.
6/24 -- Russian oligarch and Putin ally Arkady Rotenberg fled Moscow by plane to Baku, Azerbaijan.
6/24 -- Young Russian women fist-bumping Wagner fighters to say goodbye as they leave Rostov tonight. Crowds gathered along the streets and cheered as the Wagner soldiers shot their guns in the air. Note: Rostov-on-Don is the capital of the Don Cossacks,
who don't consider themselves Russians.
6/24 -- Russian police have returned to Rostov after the Wagner Group’s departure tonight. The people aren’t happy to see them. They are blocking the streets and hurling insults at the policemen.
6/24 -- Russian special forces seized USD 48 million from the Wagner Group headquarters in St. Petersburg today.
6/24 -- The Wagner rank-and-file soldiers are furious with Prigozhin calling off the Battle of Moscow.
6/24 -- The authorities of Abkhazia have tightened control on the borders with Russia and Georgia and instructed to take critical infrastructure facilities under protection due to the situation in the Russian Federation.