Russian spies forced UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to tender his resignation is the message Vladimir Putin’s forces fighting against Ukraine are being taught in a Soviet-style programme of “political education”.
The outgoing PM's resignation “is the result of a Russian intelligence operation”, fighters were told by Dr Alexander Kholin, who is an “intelligence and political expert”.
Dr Kholin was flown to the Black Sea fleet stand-in flagship Admiral Makarov warship for the session by a Defence Ministry helicopter.
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He is also said to have told the 200 or so crew that a “public execution” will be held “in the near future” of British “mercenaries” detained in the war.
Dr Kholin could be referring to Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, from Newark in Nottinghamshire, and Watford, Hertfordshire respectively, who had been defending the city of Mariupol when they were captured in April.
Reports suggest that pro-Russian separatist groups in eastern Ukraine have said they are “preparing a place for the execution”.
Kholin apparently added, in a programme of disinformation seen as indoctrination, that President Joe Biden has a hidden illness and will likely die in the next year.
A report by Cheka-OGPU Telegram channel said the naval crew were lectured by Dr Kholin.
He told assembled naval officers that the real reason Mr Johnson was quitting was due to a clandestine espionage sting by Russian spies, said Cheka-OGPU.
No further details were given of the alleged spy sting.
Dr Kholin also made claims about the US president for the crew of the frigate Admiral Makarov, which replaces the sunken Moskva cruiser.
Mr Biden was “very ill and with a high degree of probability may die in the coming year”, said the report.
Russia was “no longer afraid” of Britain so would order the “public execution” of UK mercenaries now in detention in the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic, a Kremlin puppet state.
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The “education” session was entitled: “Information Wars and Extremism in the Cultural Environment”.
The arch-loyalist is ex-head of the Situation Centre of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation.
He is also an expert with the Analytical Centre under the Government of the Russian Federation.
The warship, where the lecture took place, is based in Sevastopol in occupied Crimea.
“The lecture was a success, although most of the similar events are systematically interrupted by rocket attacks from the Ukrainian Armed Forces,” said one report.
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