Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Oct 16, 2018
👉 Subscribe to the Acute Angle channel https://goo.gl/Vp7YN3 Many wonder about the ideological roots of Putinism in Russia. Where did this, to put it mildly, specific ideology and way of governing the state come from? Someone is looking for roots in the USSR, in the Soviet KGB, someone in the criminal world, among the mafia. But here, friends: just two years before Putin came to power in the Russian Federation, a dictator, who was undoubtedly the ideological predecessor of Vova, was overthrown in Africa. But we have Putinism, and there was mobutism!
This video tells the story of Mobutu Sece Seco Kuku Ngbend va Banga - you can take part in the formation and fall of a dictator, and draw parallels with modern Putin's Russia.