Andrey Piontkovsky: For the first time in 22 years, the overthrow of Putin is quite real
After the announcement of mobilization in the Russian Federation, millions of Russians could only be saved from senseless death by the overthrow of President Vladimir Putin.
The overthrow of Putin in Russia is quite real for the first time in his 22 years in power, Russian political scientist and publicist Andrei Piontkovsky said on the air of the telethon.
"You know, we see the beginning of these events. I repeat, Putin will not cope with this (with riots). Passive riots can very quickly turn into active ones. As for the decision of neighboring states not to accept Russians fleeing the mobilization, this is their right."
"To save Russia and millions of Russians from senseless death, only the overthrow of Putin can now. And for the first time in 22 years of his rule, this scenario is quite real," the expert said.
"As far as I understand the decision of the Baltic countries, Georgia, etc., they simply do not want to figure out who is a "good Russian" and who is a "bad Russian". They know that under various pretexts, a huge number of agents of special services penetrate their territory, who are engaged in subversive activities. This is a kind of hygiene: a person with a Russian passport is suspicious."