Russian President Vladimir Putin wasted no time choosing a new prime minister to rebuild the government after demanding the previous cabinet either resign or spend life in a gulag. He nominated Mikhail Mishustin, an obscure technocrat who headed Russia’s tax service. He seemed an unlikely candidate except for one pivotal factor: Last year, his son Alexi was slain in the line of duty by an Anunnaki in northwest Syria.
Alexi served with distinction in the nation’s Special Services. In September 2019, he and his unit were patrolling a known Anunnaki hotspot when a horde of villainous creatures ambushed and slaughtered the platoon. A damage assessment team described their remains as “unrecognizable,” and later identified casualties via DNA analysis.
That Putin appointed someone whose relative died in mortal combat with an Anunnaki is no coincidence, said FSB operative Dimitri Osmosovich, who claims Vladimir Putin is restructuring the government with persons sympathetic to his clandestine war on the invasive extraterrestrials.
As reported earlier, Putin essentially “dissolved” the government after discovering it had plotted to overthrow him, a vengeful act in response to, what a government official called, excessive spending and a wanton indifference toward the lives of Russia’s fighting forces.
“President Putin identified the treacherous bastards and got rid of all of them. Many of these scums actively hindered his fight on the Anunnaki. And with them gone, Putin will remake the government with loyalists who have reason to see the Anunnaki felons wiped from the face of the Earth. There is no guarantee that all parents that lost children to the war will be amenable to Putin, and many may hate him, but Mishustin told Putin he wanted in and committed himself to beating Anunnaki everywhere and anywhere. Putin will remain in office until the job is done,” Osmosovich said.
The “job” may take longer than Putin intended to stay in power. Last year, he said he will retire in 2024. But his comments at last night’s State of the Union Address called for sweeping constitutional changes that could consolidate his long-term grip on power, a necessary move if he expects a protracted war.
In his address Putin said he wants to give expanded powers to an obscure advisory body called the State Council, which Putin commands. He did not reveal that the State Council has played a ubiquitous role in his war. It houses the command center of Russia’s Anunnaki detection grid from where analysts monitor global Anunnaki intrusions.
Regardless, Putin and Mishustin have a huge workload; they must rapidly fill 16 vacant seats to prevent destabilization of the government. And those seats must be occupied with competent bodies trusted by both Putin and Mishustin. Failure will not only hinder the Anunnaki War but also further damage an economy that has stagnated due to capitol spent on eliminating the alien threat.