Russia blames US, Ukraine for ‘terrorist attack’ that killed daughter of ‘Putin’s Brain’

Putin ally Alexader Dugin’s daughter Daria Dugina was a journalist and philosopher
According to Russian media, the “attack” that murdered the daughter of a close associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin was planned by the United States.
According to Rebekah Koffler, president of Doctrine & Strategy Consulting and a former DIA intelligence officer, “Daria Dugina’s death would undoubtedly rouse the Russians who assume Ukraine’s hand was behind the attack.”


After leaving a music festival, Dugina, a journalist and the daughter of Aleksander Dugin, was killed in an explosion on Saturday evening while she was traveling along the Mazhayskoye Highway in the Moscow area. According to reports, an explosive device hidden under the automobile exploded, prompting authorities to swiftly label the incident a “terrorist act” and assign guilt to both Ukrainians and Americans.
Denis Pushilin, a politician from Ukraine and the head of the separatist Donetsk People’s Republic, claimed that “terrorists of the Ukrainian dictatorship, seeking to kill Alexander Dugin,” were to blame for the explosion.
Dugin, a close ally of Putin’s known as “Putin’s Brain,” was also there at the music festival and allegedly modified his plans to be with his daughter after the event at the last minute.

The adult daughter of a Russian ultranationalist who helped establish the ideological groundwork for President Vladimir V. Putin’s invasion of Ukraine was killed by a car bomb in a Moscow suburb; the heinous act added further uncertainty to the conflict that has lasted for almost six months.
Daria Dugina, 29, was killed the previous night after the Toyota Land Cruiser she was driving exploded on a highway 20 miles west of Moscow, burst into flames, and scattered pieces across the road. The Russian authorities announced on Sunday that they had opened a murder investigation into the death.

There was no instant admission of guilt for the occurrence, and there was no proof the death was related to the conflict in Ukraine.
A Ukrainian official disavowed his country’s involvement. But pro-Kremlin commentators and politicians quickly blamed Ukraine and demanded revenge. The Kremlin, though, was quiet. Neither Mr. Putin nor his spokesman had issued a statement as night fell in Moscow.
Aleksandr Dugin, a self-educated philosopher who has long been a prominent supporter of an aggressive, imperialist Russia and who has been pressing the Kremlin to step up its attack on Ukraine, was the father of Ms. Dugina.
The tremendous explosion that tore through the windows of surrounding homes was portrayed by Russian state media as a “terrorist attack” that was intended to murder Mr. Dugin but ended up killing his daughter because he changed cars at the last second.


By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter

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