Ponomarev reads National Republican Army’s manifesto
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Former Russian parliamentarian Ilya Ponomarev, the only MP who voted against Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014, claims the car bomb that killed the daughter of a Putin ally are the National Republican Army (NRA). Darya Dugina, the daughter of the ultranationalist Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin, died when a bomb exploded on the Toyota Land Cruiser she was driving on the outskirts of Moscow. Vladimir Putin’s puppets have blamed Ukraine for the attack, calling it an assassination attempt.
The exiled Russian MP, Ilya Ponomarev, said: “Yesterday, avenge took place. God saved Dugin himself but prepared a far worse punishment for him.
“The action, like many other direct guerrilla actions carried out in Russia in recent months, has been carried out by the National Republican Army.”
“The NRA fighters have authorised me to read out their manifesto today”, he said.
Mr Ponomarev then went on to read: “We, Russian activists, military and politicians, now partisans and fighters of the National Republican Army, outlaw the warmongers, robbers and oppressors of the peoples of Russia.”
The manifesto reads: “We declare President Putin a usurper of power and a war criminal who amended the Constitution, unleashed a fratricidal war between the Slavic peoples and sent Russian soldiers to certain and senseless death.
“Poverty and coffins for some, palaces for others – the essence of his policy,” the manifesto slashes.
“We believe that disenfranchised people have the right to rebel against tyrants.
“Putin will be deposed and destroyed by us,” Mr Ponomarev concluded, pledging his support to the NRA’s cause.
“I, Ilya Ponomarev, support the actions of our comrades in the National Republican Army.
“It is not at war with civilians and will not carry out actions against civilian objects,” Mr Ponomarev concluded.
Ms Dugina, an outspoken supporter of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, died on Saturday when her car exploded outside Moscow.
She was driving to Moscow after attending the annual festival “Tradition” – a family festival for art lovers.
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It remains unclear whether she was directly targeted, or whether her father, who was expected to travel with her but switched to another car at the last minute, was the target.
Mr Dugin is referred to as “Putin’s brain”, as he is responsible for shaping Russian foreign policy.
Amid Russian accusations, Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to the president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, strongly denied the accusations.
“Ukraine has absolutely nothing to do with this, because we are not a criminal state like Russia, or a terrorist one at that,” he said.
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