As we already wrote, the struggle between different groups of occupiers and collaborators, in particular, associated with the Crimea, for the opportunity to participate in the looting of the Kherson and Zaporizhzhya regions’ districts, occupied by the aggressor, becomes more and more fierce and this “poured out” into the public space.
Therefore, some “talking heads”, controlled by groups of Russian special services, are beginning to expose their “competitors” in the occupied Kherson and Melitopol, in particular, taking advantage of the fact that the propaganda, spread in the occupied Ukraine’s mainland south through the occupiers’ criminal fake “administrations”, is completely divorced from reality.
In particular, Anatoly Tsurkin, a “merchant and blogger” associated with the fake “head of Crimea” Aksyonov, who helps illegelly a number of organized criminal structures in “arranging logistics” between the occupied Crimea and Melitopol, in addition to spreading “bravura statements” about the “simplification” of the criminal movement of goods to the occupied Crimea from the Ukrainian mainland, began to “expose the abuses” of a number of Melitopol collaborators.
In particular, Tsurkin “heroically publicly exposed” the scheme of criminal earnings on the so-called fake “yellow passes”, which are sold by Melitopol collaborators and “interfere” with the criminal “business” of the clients of the “friend of Aksenov” himself.
Now Tsurkin additionally “opens the eyes” of his readers to the fact that, despite the lies of Melitopol and Kherson collaborators about the alleged “success in introducing the ruble zone”, “the ruble is accepted without much desire” in the newly occupied territories of Ukraine, and real financial transactions go there through the so-called “cash centers”, which cash out funds from Ukrainian bank accounts, and only in hryvnia.
Also, “characteristic news” could be heard from an anonymous “blogger” and “publicist” with a pseudonym Arkady Parovozov, who in recent years has been periodically quoted by pro-Russian publications, primarily on “issues of Ukrainian politics.”
And now it is through this “publicist” that a message has been circulated about his “personal sad experience” of an illegal trip from Crimea to Kherson. This “blogger” complains on “Facebook” about long queues at the “point of departure” from the peninsula and about the incompetence of the “specialists” of the occupiers’ criminal fake “administration” in Kherson, which, among other things, cannot influence the pro-Ukrainian sentiments of the residents.
Such characteristic narratives may mean that the aggressor’s special services are preparing “information grounds” for “replacing or rotating” their individual “talking heads” in Kherson and Melitopol in order to attribute their inability to convince to the population of the occupied south in the “ideas of the Russian world”.
It is likely that the Russian occupiers are planning to “shift responsibility” in the eyes of the Kremlin to such “saboteurs and traitors” for own obvious military systemic military failures in the Kherson and Zaporizhzhya regions.