MOSCOW (Realist English). The governments of European states are competing to see who tells the angriest story about their desire to break off all relations with Russia, said Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev.
“The governments of European states, especially the impoverished Balts, the rabid Poles and the fleeing to NATO Finns, are competing to see who will tell the angriest story about their desire to break off all relations with Russia. Literally: we despise Russians and don’t want to let them go anywhere. To cancel visas. To forget books. Not to see the pictures. Not to hear the music. We will not take gas and oil. But then no … the latter is more difficult, especially in anticipation of a cold winter. But so far all European politicians are trying to keep in line — no ties with the Russians. From now on and forever,” he wrote in his telegram channel.
Medvedev reminded that ordinary citizens, judging by the results of opinion polls, have not lost their common sense:
“More than half of the residents of the EU countries are not at all eager to break off contacts with Russia. They want a full-fledged relationships, as it was before. Normal personal contacts, Russian energy carriers in boiler rooms, our market for their goods, successful trade, our tourists in their museums and cafes.”
The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council noted that from three quarters to 90% of EU citizens categorically do not want to participate in military operations on the side of the Kiev regime.
“Although, judging by the opinion poll, this is still not ruled out by moronic European politicians. And more than half, and in some states two-thirds of their residents are not ready to support anti-Russian sanctions (also according to polls). Moreover, support is offered purely at one’s own personal expense. Moreover, all this nonsense — from saving on cremation of bodies to washing toilet paper — is in order to punish the distant “barbaric Russia”, which did not harm any of the EU citizens with its operation in Ukraine. And the layman, finally, begins to think: why should he pay for the sins of others?”.
Dmitry Medvedev called on the citizens of Europe not just to express quiet dissatisfaction with the actions of their governments, but also to say something more intelligible:
“For example, to call them to account, punishing them for obvious stupidity. Moreover, if the “price of European democracy” is cold in apartments and empty shelves in refrigerators, such “democracy” is for the insane. That is exactly why four cabinet of ministers in Europe have already resigned in a short time. Good riddance! And this is clearly not the end. The votes of electorate are a powerful lever of influence even on the most frostbitten politicians.”
So act, European neighbors! Don’t be silent. Call your imbeciles to account. And we will hear you. The benefit is obvious — in winter it is much warmer and more comfortable in the company of Russia than in proud solitude with a gas stove turned off and a cold “heating” battery.”