Friday, 1 March 2013

Former Russian banker Andrei Borodin on Vladimir Putin

Former Russian banker Andrei Borodin has been granted political asylum in Britain. Borodin told the Daily Telegraph that he was targeted by a politically motivated prosecution by Dmitry Medvedev, the former president who now is prime minister.

I do not know the circumstances in this case, but I know that what Borodin told the Telegraph about dictator Putin most certainly is true:

 “Nothing important in Russia can be done without the knowledge of the number one in the country. Mr Putin built a system of autocracy, corruption and unprofessionalism in Russia and now he is a hostage to this system. And what happened to me is the result of the functioning of this system, whose father is Putin.”

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