Pregozhin is no traitor

Thanks to God, Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, we all dodged a bullet yesterday. A very dangerous situation was discharged, and the best possible outcome was achieved from a bad situation. Russia remains strong and protected.

Only fools and liars call Pregozhin and Wagner’s men, who went with him to Rostov, “traitors.” To accuse Pregozhin of acting out of personal grievances or ambitions is simply stupid. There are real traitors in Russia who condone our Nazi enemies, it was they who created this situation, and they fled like cowards when they learned of Wagner’s approach. Wagner’s people were ready to go to certain death to cope with the situation, they are real patriots and heroes. And Lukashenka and Putin prove by their actions that they know this.

L to R – Lukshenka, Putin, Shoigu

If Lukashenka considered Pregozhin a traitor, he would never have invited him and his people to Belarus. If Putin considered Pregozhin a traitor, he would never have let him go to Belarus or anywhere else. Pregozhin and Wagner are Russian patriots, and they have proven this countless times, and I am sure they will continue to do so. When Putin calls on Wagner to defend Russia again, and I’m sure he will, they will be there, and I’m sure we all know that.

Those who benefit from prolonging this war, interfering with our victory, cheating and deceiving our soldiers and endangering our citizens and the future of our country are real traitors. It’s time to deal with them. May the Lord bless and protect Russia and its people. For the victory!

Russell Bentley
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5 Responses to “Pregozhin is no traitor”

  1. Steve Kettle says:

    I’ve just seen this exact scenario laid out in a post by a guy I know who has very good connections in Russia. It was no coup attempt but rather a flushing out exercise.
    Let’s be honest Pregozhin was never going to get far with 5.000 men in a convoy to Moscow but it was enough to scare the traitors of which there are many in every country to expose themselves.
    At first yesterday made zero sense but this at least has some merit to it.

    • Tapestry says:

      The traitors in Moscow hold very powerful positions and hopefully revealed themselves beyond doubt during the Wagner advance on Moscow. Look at Shoigu’s face in the picture, not pleased to see Putin and Lukashenko enjoying real camaraderie…..Another great result of the Wagner rebellion has been to wrongfoot the Western media. They have no idea how to get their side back at number one in the news. Wagner makes Zelensky seem decidedly dull, which he is. The Wagner march on Moscow movie outsells the Neocon Biden Ukraine horror saga a hundred to one.

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        Agreed both

        I would also point out that the outcome has been excellent for Russia:

        Wagner continues, the “disloyal” troops now reinforce Belarus and are potential cannon fodder for any NATO advance from the west

        The “loyal” troops are being integrated into the Russian army and are well placed to make an offensive strike at Kiev if required

        Wagner are battle hardened and fearsome. Why wouldn’t they spearhead the next phase?

        What’s not to like from Vlad’s point of view?

        • pete fairhurst 2 says:

          A cynical New Yorkers take:

          “Look at the outcome of Prigozhin’s Rebellion. Wagner is now in Belarus. The disloyal ones are cannon fodder to soak up anything Poland tries to do.

          The rest are positioned to make a move on Kiev if anyone gets silly ideas of going after Crimea.

          With the UAF getting ground into paste as the attacker down south, a bad situation for them gets worse now that Putin has an army he can use in Belarus.

          Remember, legally, this isn’t a war. Putin doesn’t have a free hand to do certain things under the auspice of an SMO. This is why Wagner has been so important to events thus far.

          In fact, I’d go so far as to say a whole lotta folks coming off their Russian military contracts may be ‘reassigned to Wagner’ in the next couple of weeks to bolster their ranks.

          Your move, NATO.”

          • Tapestry says:

            Russia is an oligarchy, government by the few, masquerading as a democracy. The West is an aristocracy, masquerading as a democracy. Oligarchs are capable of independent action, and they compete. Aristocrats move as a single block, observing hierarchy and rank, and they only understand that they win, and can’t see the need to take risks. It’s a fascinating playoff between tbe two systems, complicated by there being aristcratic loyalties or a fifth oolumn within Russia, working for the higher bqnking cabal. As Russell Bentley says, what happens to Donbas will be the future for the world. If Russian nationalism wins over the cabal, it will be the first time in centuries that the cabal didn’t win, and the first time a Hotdog retailer changes the history of the world.