Olena Vorobey18:46, 19.01.23
Artemiy Troitsky has known propagandists for a long time and remembers what they were like before.
Russian oppositionist and music critic Artemiy Troitsky spoke about Kremlin propagandists who help the bloody dictator fool the people of the Russian Federation. Dmytro Kiselyov and Volodymyr Solovyov are very greedy, they don’t care about principles.
He recalled that before his career at RosTV, Kiselyov was first a “Westerner” and then a “sincere Ukrainian”. The propagandist was not at all like a person who likes the ideas of the “Russian peace”.
“I remember very well when we met him. He was a “super-Westerner”, he had an English wife, he had a maid from Thailand. He spoke Russian with some even a European accent. That is, he was like that ” Westerner” that even I, a well-known “Westerner”, looked like a man in sandals against his background,” Troitskyi said.
The critic also recalled that Kiselyov had previously appeared on Ukrainian television. Not only that, the propagandist spoke calmly in the language of our country, but then he quickly “changed”. Kiselyov is well paid, Troitskyi believes. The propagandist bought a chalet in the temporarily occupied Crimea, but it is unlikely that he will be able to enjoy real estate on the peninsula for long.
Speaking about Solovyov, Troitsky noted that he is an incredibly greedy person:
“Solovyov is a man with an incredible complex of narcissism. He loves himself most of all, he goes bald at the sound of his own voice, he is, again, incredibly greedy. That is, these phrases like: “Only business, nothing personal”, this is another phrase of Volodymyr Solovyov . So they are just abominations, they are absolutely immoral scoundrels.”
Troitsky emphasized that he does not care about criticism from propagandists. After all, he knows how much their word is worth.
Solovyov and Kiselyov – as “mouthpieces of the Kremlin” became a laughing stock
In the summer of 2022, Russian propagandist Kiselov’s cars were burned in Crimea. Then Arestovych noted that the fire will not end there. Kiselyov, by the way, has long been included in the “black list” of the Ministry of Culture . Now he began to appear less often on rosTV, which cannot be said about his colleague Solovyov.
Solovyov recently urged Russians not to fear death in Ukraine. He stated that “death is the end of one earthly path and the beginning of another.” And at the beginning of January of this year, Solovyov invented fables to send Russian conscripts to the war in Ukraine. The Kremlin’s top propagandist makes up fairy tales about Russian conscripts rushing to the front themselves.