Putin’s body language shows his “high level of anger” and shows he is in “action mode”, the expert said.
Russian President Prigozhin called Wagner’s group “traitors” as we speak when he addressed his people on television – after Wagner’s rebels vowed to punish the army leaders and marched on Moscow.
Body language expert Adriana Carter cautioned that Putin has by no means come across as particularly harmful Day star: ‘Putin shows a high level of anger and disgust.’
She added: “He’s in action mode so watch out!”
In an unexpected televised deal with the people of Russia this morning, the president threatened that “everyone who took part” in the Wagner uprising would be punished.
Putin’s body language shows his “high level of anger” and shows he is in “action mode”, one insider claimed.
Body language expert Adriana Carter (pictured) pointed out that Putin displayed an excessive range of anger in his speech as we speak.
Putin was instructing the Russian people as we speak: “This is a criminal campaign of adventure. It is tantamount to armed rebellion.
“We will defend ourselves and repel this hostile act. We fight for the life and safety of our citizens and our territory.
“This is about the millennial history of Russia. Everything must be done to reduce this danger.
“This is an attempt to undermine us from within. It is a betrayal of those who fight at the front.
“This is a stab in the back for our troops and the people of Russia.”
Russian President Prigozhin called Wagner’s group “traitors” as we speak as he addressed his people on television after Wagner’s rebels vowed to punish army leaders and marched on Moscow.
Body language expert Adriana Carter warned that Putin has not come across as particularly harmful in any way, telling the Daily Star: “Putin is showing a high level of anger and disgust.”
Wagner’s leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, announced in a video broadcast in the early hours of Saturday that his forces had reached the strategically important metropolis of Rostov-on-Don.
A serious-looking Putin admonished the Russians: “We are now dealing with treason.”
The 70-year-old dictator warned: “Anyone who deliberately chose the path of treason will inevitably be punished.
“The armed forces have received the right orders.”
He continued: “As the president and commander-in-chief of Russia, as a citizen of Russia, I am doing everything possible to repel this attack and ensure the freedom and security of our citizens. The rebels betrayed Russia.
As Putin spoke, 180 Russian military and security forces at the border point in the Voronezh region refused to interfere with the activities of the Wagner PMC and laid down their weapons.
Prigozhin responded on Saturday by telling the president he was “wrong” to accuse him of treason.
He added: “No one will resign at the request of the president, the FSB or anyone else.
“Because we don’t want the country to live in corruption, deceit and bureaucracy.”