Anastasia Gorbacheva11:13, 12/11/22
The Deputy Head of the Security Council of Russia once again insulted the Ukrainians.
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev threatened to increase the production of weapons of destruction. He stated that Russia’s enemies are not only in Ukraine and Europe, but also in North America, Japan and Australia.
“The enemy dug in not only in the Kiev province of our native Little Russia. He is in Europe, North America, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and in a number of other places sworn to the modern Nazis,” Medvedev wrote in his Telegram channel .
At the same time, he stated that Moscow would increase the production of “the most powerful means of destruction,” including those “that are based on new principles.” In addition, Putin’s right-hand man has once again lashed out at the Ukrainians, who, in his opinion, are allegedly unreasonably calling Russia an enemy, whose troops are waging a bloody war, destroying cities and killing residents.
“Pseudo-Ukrainian crazy mongrels with Russian surnames, choking on their toxic saliva, say that their enemy is located within the borders of Russia – from the west to Vladivostok,” summed up the offended deputy chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
Medvedev’s propaganda statements – what is known
Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev repeatedly showed his anti-Ukrainian position and supported the bloody war in Ukraine.
In addition, he constantly threatens the West and called NATO members “Atlantic impotent”, reflected on Washington’s “diarrhea and diarrheal demagoguery”, dreamed of capturing Kiev, and also threatened to use “the entire arsenal of weapons” against Ukraine.
It is speculated that some Russian elites may see him as a replacement for Putin. At the same time, the head of the GUR, Kirill Budanov, does not believe that Medvedev has a chance.
This worm is described in the article as “Putin’s right-hand man” presumably because he provides jack-off services to the tiny poisoner?
Russia’s most dangerous enemy sits in the Kremlin.