Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Kasparov called Putin a “mafia dictator” and predicted when his “inevitable” fall would be

Garry Kasparov

ROME. – The fall of the “mafia dictator” Vladimir Putin “will be inevitable after the liberation of Ukraine”: the famous Russian chess player and opponent Garry Kasparov is convinced of this and explained it in detail in a long interview with Rbc. Ukrainian media.

“The war cannot end as long as Putin is in power,” Kasparov said. “Putin’s downfall will be the result of Russia’s defeat in the war. Putin’s downfall will be inevitable after Ukraine’s liberation, precisely because the regime will not last if the leader loses legitimacy.”

“Today, in addition to the obvious signs of a fascist dictatorship, Putin’s state is also a mafia state,” he stressed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin – Photo credit: @Pavel Bednyakov

“From Putin’s point of view, the West was weak. And every dictator, especially a mob dictator, responds to weakness. When it senses force, it starts spinning. But when he sees weakness, he moves on.”

“It seems to me that Putin has started to develop a clear conviction that he can, in principle, do whatever he wants. And sadly I have to say that he was indeed right.

Moreover, according to Kasparov, “it is not obvious that the victory of Ukraine, the liberation of all Ukrainian territories, the payment of reparations, the prosecution of war criminals would mean the complete collapse of Russia.” But I think that the likelihood of secession some Russian territories through Russia is high.”

In any case, “the first problem is how to end the war.” There is no other way than complete victory for Ukraine. Because as long as Putin is in power, he will fight to the last dollar, to the last soldier.”

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