Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev listed 11 “sins” of which Russia is accused The list contains both accusations that were really made against Russia by the leadership of Western countries, and ironic
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev published in his Telegrame a list of “what Russia is to blame for”, titled “OUR SINS”.
From the post it follows that Russia is to blame:
- in the rise in the price of gasoline in the US and food & mdash; “in all stores on all continents”;
- in the heat in European resorts;
- in provoking the imposition of anti-Russian sanctions, “which hit defenseless European companies”;
- that US President Joe Biden “periodically mixes up words, can't find his way out of the room, and reads technical notes on prompter text”;
- that you can vote by mail in the US;
- in the fact that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was called “offended liver sausage”;
- “in the resignations of European leaders since the arrogant creation of the Russian Empire by Peter I to spite everyone”;
- in manipulation public opinion with the help of works of Russian literature and music, “which are uncritically consumed by gullible Europeans”;
- in the assassination of Gaius Julius Caesar “by a gang of terrorists Publius Servilius Casca, Marcus Brutus and other Russian mercenaries in order to split the Western world and promote anti-liberal values”; on the Earth, which led to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Medvedev ended the entry with the words: “The list is open. Replenished».
After the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Western authorities accused Moscow of a possible food crisis due to blocking grain supplies from Ukraine, rising prices for electricity and food in the world amid rising oil prices and limiting gas supplies to Europe, as well as war crimes in the course of hostilities. The Russian authorities denied all these accusations, stating that the food crisis— the result of the mistakes of the West, and their leadership is to blame for the difficulties of the Western countries, which imposed sanctions against Moscow.
President Vladimir Putin, in response to Western claims that Moscow was responsible for record inflation, said that Russia had “nothing to do with it.” As for the situation with food, according to the head of state, the Western countries “made a lot of mistakes themselves, and now they are looking for someone to blame” responsibility, and Russia— the most convenient candidate.
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