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Well, look who’s singing “Shattered Dreams” by Johnny Hates Jazz! Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. The imminent arrest of former President Donald Trump will have significant consequences for Putin’s dreams of prolonging the war in Ukraine until Trump’s potential re-election in Fall 2024. The Hague’s decision has deprived the Kremlin of a chance to end the war peacefully, and a reset of power is necessary for progress. The Kremlin had hoped to escape the Z-debacle by negotiating a so-called peace agreement with Ukraine, including the annexation of Ukrainian territory and the absence of mutual claims. However, the International Criminal Court’s decision has removed even the theoretical possibility of such an outcome, leaving Putin with no other option than to face the consequences of its actions. The ICC has issued a warrant for Putin’s arrest, meaning that 123 participating countries must arrest him as soon as he enters their territory. This is the first step towards international persecution of the dictator, and it also has significant political implications. The official qualification of “criminal” is added to Putin’s status as an odious ruler, which may influence world leaders’ decisions to negotiate with him. Ukraine insists on establishing a special tribunal for the crime of aggression against it. However, the ICC has no jurisdiction to try crimes of aggression, and The Hague has no authority for sentencing in absentia. The establishment of a tribunal may grant it these rights, and Western partners will participate in its creation, making its decisions more tangible.
Trump’s Imminent Arrest
The International Criminal Court’s decision has disrupted any plans the Kremlin had to maintain power “after the war.” Vladimir Putin is now a subject of an international investigation and has been identified as a suspect. This means that no peace agreement or forced troop withdrawal can alter his status. The ICC warrant has created a need to restructure the authorities in the Kremlin, which are now trapped in a criminal situation. As reported, Putin has joined the ranks of other figures who have faced the International Criminal Court’s scrutiny, such as Slobodan Milošević, Omar Bashir, Charles Taylor, Jean-Pierre Bemba, Laurent Gbagbo, and Uhuru Kenyatta. This situation has left the bunker commander with the need to reassess his position, which could impact international relations with Russia. In fact, some voices in Russia are already calling for Putin to withdraw from the Presidential election. It is crucial for everyone to understand the gravity of the ICC’s decision. The outcome could determine whether there will be a coup d’état or civil war in Russia. The next step is predictable; the Kremlin will most likely carry out false flag attacks within Russia to instill fear and submission among the people. Make no mistake, the clandestine operations by the Russian Intelligence Community, in tandem with the Mainstream Media Magnates and Russian oligarchs, are occurring 24/7 throughout Russia.
It is important to end the war in Ukraine and to protect the United States and its citizens. One potential step towards achieving this goal could be to hunt down and hold all Russian oligarchs accountable for their actions. Some of them even have US citizenships and honors received for philanthropic work. It is crucial to hunt down and arrest every single one of them.