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By burning products from sanctions list Putin shows his contempt for Russian people – expert

Under the decree signed by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, in Russia are massively destroyed the products from the sanctions list. A Russian blogger Sasha Sotnik expressed his opinion on why the Kremlin needs such actions, and what else can be expected from the President of the Russian Federation.
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Under the decree signed by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, in Russia are massively destroyed the products from the sanctions list. A Russian blogger Sasha Sotnik expressed his opinion on why the Kremlin needs such actions , and what else can be expected from the President of the Russian Federation. He wrote about it on his blog on Apostrophe,  Joinfo.ua reports.

“The decree itself is absolutely discriminatory. When an old woman dies in a nursing home in the Vladimir region because of hunger and eighteen elderly are hospitalized with exhaustion, such actions of the authorities can be regarded only as a mockery of the people, if not a genocide.

Putin deeply despises the population of Russia, and will act according to his own ideas about revenge. Because the destruction of the ‘sanctions products’ is nothing else but a “symmetrical response to the world” and, simply put, a revenge for the fact that the West has decided to put an end to the thievish power of Putin, which already represents a threat to the entire world like “a monkey with nuclear warhead in its hand,” the blogger writes.

However, he predicts that Putin will never go for concessions. “He never makes concessions. He had been taught so in the KGB, he is the successor of the KGB’s case. And the ‘case’ of the KGB is, first of all, terror. And he will never give up this terror. He will terrorize the whole world, and if he fails to intimidate the world – he will terrorize the citizens of his country,” Sotnik  writes.

“Putin and his gang have no moral principles. These guys have purely pragmatic reasons: they do what is beneficial  for their system at the moment. It is beneficial to declare famine in exchange for ‘national pride’ – so everyone will starve. Apart from the Kremlin, of course. Remember how freely and widely high-ranking officials lived in the besieged Leningrad. Outside there were dead bodies numbed by cold and hunger, and in Smolny – a banquet, ” the blogger recalls.

“I can not say what a hellish mix of new ‘instructions’ the KGB can prepare.  The only thing is absolutely clear – nothing good shall be expected from them. Paraphrasing their beloved Stalin we can say only one thing: “life will become worse, life will become miserable.”