Medvedev points to more “enemies” of the Russians and threatens with “powerful weapons”

The deputy head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation wrote that “two angry pseudo-Ukrainians with Russian names, choking on poisonous saliva, declare that their enemy is within Russia’s borders, from the west to Vladivostok. There is no cure for rabies.” Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev. The entry appeared on Telegram on Sunday morning.

Medvedev, who still obsessively refers to the enemy of Russia, this time sees him in many different countries. “The enemy not only dug in the Kiev province, our little Russia,” he wrote, “the enemies of the Russian Federation dug in Europe, North America, Japan, Australia and many other modern places sworn by the Nazis. Therefore, we are working to increase the production of the most powerful means of destruction, including Those that are based on new rules.”

Dmitry Medvedev often publishes articles full of passion, insult and “crazy” in his overtones. A few days ago, after the European Union countries decided to cap the purchase price of Russian oil at $60, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev expressed his frustration on social media. “It’s like the behavior of townspeople who load up on hot dogs, drink liquor and beer, and get into ice water.” He also wrote that “the death of a German is good for the Russians.”

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