Putin crucial weakness exposed as tough guy mask slips Created chaos for everyone

Ukraine: Putin's crucial weakness exposed

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The financier joined has described Vladimir Putin as “a scared little man” after pictures emerged in recent days of the Russian leader sitting at conference tables metres away from his staff and generals. “He’s scared of his own people,” Mr Browder to GB News on Wednesday.

Mr Browder told GB News: “[Putin], he’s a scared little man and you know for such a quote ‘tough guy’, you know for him sitting at this long table 30 feet away I mean that that’s just the worst image he could generate to the world.

“He’s scared of his own people.

“I just read a story. I don’t know if it’s true or not that he lives in a bunker now in Siberia with his family because he’s so scared. H

“He’s looking around for treachery wherever he can find it because…he’s bringing the country into ruin.”

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“He’s making Russia into North Korea,” added Mr Browder. 

“He came to power in a moment of where there was like hyperinflation and food lines and just horrible stuff going on.

“And his big pitch was, you know, with me, everything’s gonna be okay you know, maybe we’re not gonna have the same freedoms, but, you know, materially, you’re going to be better off and everything’s gonna be calm, and without me, it’s going to go back to that chaos.

“And here we are 22 years later, and he has single-handedly unilaterally created the chaos for every Russian citizen and it’s just remarkable.”

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On Wednesday UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the leadership of the Russian military was “ruthless” and was prepared to lay siege to Ukraine’s population centres.

Russian troops have entered Ukraine’s second city Kharkiv following days of intensive bombardment, but Mr Wallace said Putin’s forces did not yet control it.

The Ministry of Defence said the latest intelligence suggested Russian forces had reportedly moved into the centre of Kherson in south Ukraine.

Artillery and airstrikes have targeted built-up areas in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol and Chernihiv.

But Mr Wallace said the advance of Russian forces continued to be slowed by a combination of overstretched logistics, poor morale and brave resistance by Ukrainian fighters.

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“The Russians are considerably behind their schedule, by days not hours, and that leads to stresses on their logistical supply chains,” he told the BBC.

“That’s why you have seen some of these columns fairly grind to a halt.

“They have also been surprised by the strength of the Ukrainian resistance.”

He told BBC Breakfast that “none of the major cities have been taken control of”.

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