So it is over – Good article and it is the same thing I saw about the rebellion by Prigozhin…

People in Russia got pissed about what Prigozhin tried to do…
I call it weeding out the 6th Column…

Russian society forced Prigozhin to back down
The lack of support for the rebellion forced Prigozhin to abandon the military adventure

According to Yevgeny Minchenko, president of the Minchenko Consulting communications holding, Western countries were hoping for a full-fledged civil conflict in Russia and “thank God it didn’t happen.”

“Today was a very difficult and very important day,” publicist Nikolai Starikov summed up. – “Russia has literally walked on a knife’s edge. A hundred years ago it did not pass, but now it has passed.”

The most important factor influencing the resolution of the crisis was the position of the Russian society. Representatives of Russian regions, leading politicians, religious leaders, public figures, soldiers on the front line-all of them condemned the Prigozhin adventure. Thus, the Russian society expressed a strong condemnation of the armed rebellion, clearly showed that it is on the side of the legitimate authorities and sustainable civil peace.

“The most important thing that saved and helped and distinguished June 2023 from February 1917 is the consolidation of the country around the president”, –says Starikov. – “The political elite, military, social activists and ordinary citizens united around the head of Russia, and the rebels were left without support, in isolation.”

According to Minchenko, in general, judging by social networks, Russian society shared the idea that “in conditions when our fighters are holding back the enemy’s offensive, it is unacceptable to start any more internal quarrels.”

The reaction of the West and Ukraine was also significant: the media, public figures, and politicians openly gloated about what was happening. This served as an additional marker for Russian society that Prigozhin’s rebellion is beneficial to Russia’s opponents, and not at all to its patriots, as he tried to claim in social networks.

However, this was not the only lie – from the very beginning, a fake was exposed, replicated about the alleged strike on the locations of the Wagner PMC. Prigozhin lost not by military means, but primarily by political and informational means – Russian society was convinced of the harmfulness and insincerity of his statements. As a result, Prigozhin was forced to abandon his adventure, stop the mutiny, and agree to an amicable agreement.

“It didn’t work out to deceive and confuse the people. And then they backed out. – writes Starikov. – It’s a good thing that this is the case – we definitely don’t need bloodshed and civil war.”

Of course, this peace will be achieved through negotiations, agreements and compromise. “A compromise was necessary, among other things, because a number of decisions were made before that, which carried the seeds of potential problems,” Minchenko believes. – “Situational conflict resolution has emerged today, but the management system associated with the SVR needs to be changed.”

Thus, the political and social crisis that suddenly broke out in Russia was overcome in almost a day. No “civil war” that was predicted in Ukraine and the West has begun, the Russian political system has proved its stability, and Russian society has proved its maturity. And the special military operation will continue – and we can expect that with even greater energy.

https://vz.ru/politics/2023…

That article sums it up pretty good…

You just saw the beginning of the end and the Russian people are behind it unified…

Kadyrov was right about Prigozhin and after they gave him enough rope, he hung himself…

Prigozhin went psychotic, for he was being disbanded and most likely arrested and he freaked at getting caught. Now his men will be absorbed into the real MoD of Russia and that brings up about his men…

Most of them were against what he ordered to have done and had already walked away from him. Very few of his commanders followed him in this escapade of stupidity. Yes, Prigozhin will sit in Belarus, for the Russian people want his head…

WtR