The daughter of Alexander Dugin, Putin’s leading thinker, died in an explosion in Moscow

Daria Duginadaughter of the Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin, died in an explosion in Moscow. The news started making the rounds on social media at midnight in Spain.

As reported by the Russian media, Dugin’s daughteronly 30 years old, died in an explosion that may have been provoked and that it happened on a road in Rublyovka, near a prestigious residential area of ​​the Russian capital.

The first information mixed the possibility that Darya Dugina had died as a victim of an attack aimed at her father, a thinker closely connected to the Russian president, Vladimir Putin.

Videos and photos of the explosion appeared on social networks, showing Dugin raising his hands to his head in front of the burning car.

According to some witnesses quoted by Russian media, a loud explosion occurred around 21:45 local time (10:45 p.m. Spanish Peninsular Time) in the residential neighborhood of Rublyovka, which shook the vehicle and caused numerous pieces to be scattered throughout the area. The vehicle then crashed into a fence and caught fire, as seen in some of the videos posted on Twitter.

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The local press assures that the emergency services were unable to identify the body of the driver, as it was completely burnt.

Daria Dugina has been included in the list of Russian nationals sanctioned by the United Kingdom on 4 June 2022, as part of the Western response to Russia’s February 24 invasion of Ukraine. According to London, Dugina is listed for “providing support or promoting policies to destabilize Ukraine.”

Authorities have not commented on the matter, but Denis Pushilin, the separatist head of the Donetsk People’s Republic in eastern Ukraine, wrote on his Telegram account that “terrorists from the Ukrainian regime” were behind the attack and were trying to kill Dugin. , as reported Infobae.

Who is Alexander Dugin?

Aleksandr Guelievich Dugin, a 60-year-old Muscovite, is the political scientist and polemicist who has become the wide-eyed prophet predicting Russia’s dominance of Europe through Ukraine.

[Linas Linkevicius, ex canciller de Lituania: “Rusia debe ser derrotada, dolorosamente derrotada”]

The son of a KGB officer, he grew up in the Soviet Union, who hated adopted fascism as a form of rebellion. Together with Eduard Limonov, he founded the National Bolshevik Party—half punk, half fascist despite the name—and they blew up the election, as EL ESPAÑOL’s portfolio says Gonzalo Uguidos.

Magazine foreign Affairshe calls him “Putin’s brain” and has sometimes boasted himself that the Russian president has taken his muses to the theater and turned his theories into history.

Now, Dugin is not exactly an adviser to Putin, much less his leading guru or philosopher. Although he worked as an adviser to the Speaker of the State Duma Sergei Naryshkin – a key member of the ruling United Russia party, who is now the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) and strongly supports Russian intervention in Ukraine.

In any case, If there is a pattern in Putin’s foreign policy so far, it is very similar to what Dugin suggests. In fact, before its hybrid war against Ukraine, the Kremlin infiltrated activists close to Dugin in the neighboring country.

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