Aleksandr Dugin, prominent Russian far right figure, targeted by car bomb that kills daughter Daria Dugina
⭕️The car of the daughter of public figure & philosopher Alexander Dugin exploded near the village of Bolshie Vyazemy 👉According to preliminary data, Daria Dugina was inside.👉Political circles in the West believe that Dugin is the brains behind #Russia's annexation of #Crimea pic.twitter.com/UMFjwYY9G5
Unknown Russian group claims responsibility for murder of imperialist ideologue's daughter.
More from that claim by the National Republican Army:
I'm wondering if this was directly coordinated by Ukraine. I've been noticing them pushing back hard behind the line like the munitions depot fires in both Russia and Crimea, airfield bombings in Crimea, and a fuel depot bombing in Belgorod. It would be disreputable to assassinate a civilian, but what Putin has done is not any different. And on top of everything that's happened in Ukraine, he's destabilized the world and effectively rewritten the rules of war. If it was Ukraine, I don't blame them for throwing off the gloves.
It makes me wonder... in the modern era where wars are fought and won as much by propaganda as by force, at what point is someone pushing an agenda no longer just a civilian?
If Fox News drums up support for an overthrow of the government, should they be treated any different than a military contractor supplying munitions? Do their recording studios and broadcast centers become legitimate targets of warfare?
I’ve even noticed some peculation that the assassination order may have even come from within the Kremlin. But of course it’s all just speculation at this point. This could have wildly different implications depending on who did it.
In my opinion I doubt it.
For one, the strikes in Crimea appear to likely be missile strikes.
And Ukraine doesn’t really stand to benefit from engaging in terrorism at this point, nor do I think this would be their first choice in targets.
I think this is probably Russian opposition to the war, or the Kremlin looking for a rallying cry.
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