Over the last week, the Russian Federation identified their primary suspect in the assassination attempt on Alexander Dugin that got his daughter instead. She was a Ukrainian woman by the name of Natalya Vovk.
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has made public a video of Ukrainian national Natalya Vovk, identified as the prime suspect in Saturday’s car bombing that killed journalist Darya Dugina in Moscow. The footage published Monday shows Vovk and her teenage daughter entering Russia, inside the building where Dugina lived, and leaving the country in haste.
Vovk, 43, was named by the FSB on Monday as the prime suspect in the assassination of Dugina. The Ukrainian national arrived in Russia on July 23, using Donetsk People’s Republic license plates to avoid scrutiny. While in Moscow, she swapped the plates on her Mini Cooper to those of Kazakhstan, a friendly former Soviet republic. On Sunday, after the bombing, Vovk drove to Estonia with Ukrainian plates, the FSB said.
If you were expecting the hitter to get hit by a cleaner, you'd be correct.
Some publications in Europe claimed that Natalia Vovk, the perpetrator of the assassination of Darya Dugina, daughter of famous Russian political expert Aleksandr Dugin, was found dead in Estonia. pic.twitter.com/6g8OmdEI3V— Murat SONGÜN (@Sky_3800) August 28, 2022
However, this is disputed as of this post. (If confirmed before next week, I will edit this post to reflect confirmation.) Until such confirmation is made, the smart move is to presume Vovk is alive and on the move.
Now I turn your attention to the hit.
Put plainly, she had help, and by "help" I mean some form of Western Intelligence assistence- likely through another cutout to maintain plausible deniability. The videos that were released showed that she barely had enough going on between her ears to push through a border crossing without getting into trouble. If not for the incredibly fortunate turn of being lodged in the victim's home--talk about implausible--there was no way this car bombing would have worked at all.
Someone got just inside enough to get access to the car. Being next door or across the street would do, so long as you could arrange access to the car for a long enough time to install the charge and the detonator.
Whether or not she did the planting or set the charge off--by timer, by remote detonation, whatever--is irrelevant. She's been fingered, and she's likely involved materially in any case regardless of being the triggerman or not.
Which means that the Russians want her alive, and her handlers want her dead. She's now a loose end, and a disposable asset needs be disposed lest things go wrong.
The problem, in the short to medium term, is that it is unlikely to matter to most if she tells the truth or not due to the entire mental space being flooded with Narrative Warfare chaff due to (a) who has the material interest in keeping up a favorable narrative and (b) the fact that the truth benefits a party hostile to Globohomo and thus Empire.
Even if Vovk is taken alive, even if she reveals all that she knows, and even if what she reveals is independently confirmed it will not matter because the Thralls' command of the attention of the Western masses is sufficient to drown out the signal in a mess of cognitive noise for the forseeable future.
This would not be the first time that Thralls have done this. It would not be the first time this year.
Yet that noise must be pushed through, because--like the Black Hand's assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand--this could still turn into a World War. Empire falls (but it doesn't have to kill most of it to do it).