Putin’s body language betrays his ‘high level of anger’ and that he is in ‘action mode’, expert says as he blasts Wagner Group ‘traitors’ in TV address
Body language expert Adrian Carter warns Putin looks very angry
Putin’s body language betrays his ‘high level of anger’ and shows he is in ‘action mode’, an expert has claimed.
The Russian president today branded Prigogine’s Wagner Group as ‘traitors’ when he addressed his nation on TV – after Wagner rebels vowed to punish military leaders and marched on Moscow.
Body language expert Adrian Carter warned Putin has never looked more dangerous, telling the Daily Star: ‘Putin shows high levels of anger and dislike.’
He added: ‘He’s in action mode so watch out!’
In an unscheduled TV address to Russian civilians this morning, the president threatened to punish those ‘who took part’ in the Wagner uprising.
Putin’s body language betrays his ‘high level of anger’ and shows he is in ‘action mode’, claims expert
Body language expert Adrian Carter (pictured) said Putin showed a high level of anger in his speech today
Putin told the Russian people today: ‘This is a criminal adventure. It is tantamount to armed rebellion.
‘We will defend ourselves and resist this malicious move. We are fighting for the lives and safety of our citizens and our territory.
‘This is the question of the millennial history of Russia. Everything must be done to rest this danger.
‘It is an attempt to destroy us from within. It is treason in the face of those who are fighting at the front.
‘This is a stab in the back to our soldiers and the people of Russia.’
The Russian president today branded Prigogine’s Wagner group ‘traitors’ when he addressed his nation on TV – after Wagner rebels vowed to punish military leaders and headed for Moscow.
Body language expert Adrian Carter warns Putin has never looked more dangerous, telling the Daily Star: ‘Putin shows high levels of anger and dislike’
Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin said in a video released early Saturday that his forces had reached the strategically important city of Rostov-on-Don.
A grim-looking Putin told Russians: ‘What we are facing now is treason.’
The 70-year-old dictator warned: ‘Those who willfully set out on the path of treason will suffer the inevitable punishment.
‘The armed forces received proper instructions.’
He continued: ‘As President and Marshal-in-Chief of Russia, as a citizen of Russia I am doing everything to resist this attack and ensure the freedom and security of our citizens. Those who are rebelling have betrayed Russia.’
Even as Putin spoke, 180 Russian soldiers and security forces at a border crossing in the Voronezh region refused to interfere with Wagner PMC operations and laid down their arms.
Prigogine told the president on Saturday that he was ‘wrong’ to charge him with treason.
He added: ‘No one will turn himself in at the request of the president, the FSB or anyone else.
‘Because we don’t want the country to be in corruption, fraud and bureaucracy.’
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