On November 9, Russian propagandists reported the alleged “death in a traffic accident” of Kherson collaborator and “talking head” Kirill Stremousov, and the aggressor’s military command announced “the withdrawal of Russian troops from the right bank of the Dnieper” in the Kherson Region.
Further, the theses about the alleged “need to preserve the army” of the Russian invaders in order not to “open the road to the Crimea” were also picked up by the aggressor’s propaganda. Both of these statements by the Russian invaders can obviously be disinformation, as the Ukrainian authorities have already pointed out.
At the same time, the Crimean collaborators have already “violently reacted” to the “new reality”. In particular, “condolences” on the death of the old Russian military intelligence agent Stremousov were expressed by both the “governor” of Sevastopol Razvozhaev and his “Simferopol accomplices”, Aksyonov and Konstantinov.
For the latter, the “drama of the situation” lies not only in the fact that a couple of hours before the Kremlin’s “mourning” statements on Kherson and Stremousov, the fake “speaker” of the Crimea was still talking about the arrival of the fictitious “representatives of the Kherson federation of trade unions” at the fake “conference” in Yalta.
The “specificity” of the alleged “death” of the collaborator Stremousov clearly makes his Simferopol, Melitopol and Berdyansk colleagues think that their criminal “services”, after the de-occupation of these territories of Ukraine, will no longer be needed by the Kremlin – at least “officially”.
Since April 2022, our Association has predicted that the specifics of Stremousov’s “role” in his criminal services to the invaders is obviously a “one-way ticket”, which is actually confirmed by current events – from the “posthumous awarding” of this freak with the order of the aggressor to massive Internet memes in in social networks.
As for the alleged “regrouping” declared by the occupiers, regardless of the real goals of such statements, there is practically a unanimous opinion on the social networks of the occupied Crimea that Russian troops will leave the peninsula “in much the same way.”