A former employee of the KGB Fifth Directorate (reprisals against dissidents), Gennady Gudkov, said after he was expelled from illegitimate Putin's "parliament" that he might be physically eliminated.
"The most pessimistic scenario is that I will be either jailed or killed", said Gudkov.
Gudkov was a activist of the KGB Revolution which secretly started in 1996 and became apparent in 2000 when Putin came to power. Now he is an activist of the democratic White Revolution whose main leaders are KGB agents.
As reported be some Western experts on Russia, the democratic White Revolution is nothing more than a struggle between Putinists and anti-Putinists within the ruling party, i.e. the KGB (FSB).
It is to be recalled that in November 2006, speaking at Putin's KGB "parliament", G. Gudkov urged colleagues from the FSB to conduct terrorist attacks against Western journalists who write critical articles about Russia. Journalists began to write them after the assassination of a fugitive KGB colonel Alexander Litvinenko by Putin with polonium-210 in London.
Gudkov then urged the KGB to "punish" such journalists. Because these journalists live in the West and and it is impossible to send them to the Gulag, the only way of punishment Gudkov could mean would be their assassination in a Russian terrorist attack.
Gudkov is now afraid of being killed himself. This is normal for any revolution, and if Gudkov is actually killed by the colleagues, this would not be surprising, since the revolution always devours its children.
Department of Monitoring