Russian politician dressed up Telegram channel He called for “the liquidation of the Ukrainian state in its current form.”
Andrei Medvedev, journalist and deputy chairman of the Moscow City Council, wrote to his 150,000 followers on Telegram that Newsweek He calls the “genocide rhetoric”.
According to the newsmagazine, Medvedev wrote, among other things, that fear of Russia has been elevated to the rank of national politics in Ukraine and that they “will never stop wanting to kill us”.
Ukraine’s “death cult”
In anger, he continued to claim that the Ukrainian nation does not exist, but is rather a “political orientation”.
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He also claims that Ukraine is the aggressor in the conflict, and that a “death cult” originated in Ukraine after the fall of the Soviet Union. According to Medvedev, the “death cult” must be rooted in pagan cults, where killing enemies is part of the cult of Ukraine.
– The Ukrainian army is shooting at the peaceful cities of Donbass, because they ideologically view the inhabitants of these cities as cockroaches, he writes.
– All this can only be stopped by the liquidation of the Ukrainian state in its current form.
Not the only one who wants to eliminate Ukraine
Medvedev is not related to former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
The former president was also very harsh in his rhetoric against Ukraine. This summer he also removed Ukraine from the map in his Telegram mail.
But it wasn’t just the Medvedevs who expressed their desire to “erase” Ukraine.
Chechnya’s leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, is also known as “Putin’s Bull” and has also called for “Ukrainian cities to be wiped off the face of the earth” in response to the Ukrainian counter-attacks.
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