Dmitry Medvedev wrote an article exposing "deep Ukrainianism"

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Dmitry Medvedev wrote an article exposing "deep Ukrainianism"
Dmitry Medvedev wrote an article exposing "deep Ukrainianism"
5 April, 14:12PoliticsPhoto: Соцсети
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev (pictured) published a new article "On fakes and real history", which notes that the tasks of denazification and demilitarization of Ukraine will be solved not only on the battlefields.

The ex-president of the Russian Federation called it a priority to change the "bloody and full of false myths consciousness of a part of Ukrainians."

At the beginning of the message, the politician listed several common fakes of Ukrainian propaganda, including the Mariupol maternity hospital, the “Phantom of Kyiv” and Bucha. “Numerous PR agencies, “troll factories”, supervised by Western governments and their “manual” NGOs and NGOs, cook them for huge money,” Medvedev said in a message on his Telegram channel.

In his opinion, the “Kiev fake machine” stops at nothing for the sake of “dehumanizing” Russia.

“This is because deep Ukrainianism, fueled by anti-Russian poison and all-consuming lies about its identity, is one big fake. This phenomenon has never happened in history. And now it doesn’t exist”, - the deputy chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation believes.

Delving into history, he cited as an example the phrase: "The Austro-Prussian war of 1866 was won by a Prussian school teacher." This expression of Leipzig University professor Oskar Peschel was later attributed to Chancellor Otto von Bismarck. He noted that German militarism was cultivated at desks, and it was only in 1945 that the Red Army managed to stop it. At the same time, Medvedev notes that there were many well-known scientists in Germany in those years, emphasizing that science and culture could not resist ideology.

“And if the great German minds failed to curb the war machine, what can we say about today's Kiev - there are definitely no "Einsteins" there. True, there is Klitschko”, - he said.

According to the former president of Russia, the current Ukrainian radicals in the same way grew up behind student desks “with thoughts of hatred for everything Russian,” instead of being proud of the joint successes and achievements of their ancestors. Medvedev notes the destruction of "the idea of a united Russian people for the sake of" for the sake of "the mythical "history of Ukraine" of the XIV-XVII centuries."

“The gallery of the 20th century is generally made up only of zoological Nazis, murderers and collaborators, elevated by the modern Ukrainian “agitprop” to the rank of heroes – Konovalets, Shukhevych, Bandera, Klyachkovsky, Melnyk”, - he stressed.

The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation noted the finds in the Ukrainian military units that came under the control of the Russian Armed Forces. In particular, they talk about posters, literature, standards and even mugs with Nazi symbols and swastikas.

“This is not a game of fascist aesthetics, as Westerners are trying to prove to us. This is an ideology. It should not be surprising that, mentally transformed into the Third Reich, having written down the names of Jews and Nazi henchmen in history books, Ukraine will suffer its own fate. There she is dear, such Ukraine! As well as individual freaks who consider themselves entitled to represent such Ukraine”, - Medvedev was indignant.

He also recalled the story of the nationalist Yevgen Konovalets, who was given a candy box with a bomb inside in Rotterdam with the words: “This is a present for you from Kiev”.

“There will be many more such “gifts” for Nazi criminals!” he said.

He further recalled that Russian President Vladimir Putin clearly outlined the need for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine. According to Medvedev, such goals are not achieved "at once".

“And they will be decided not only on the battlefields. To change the bloody and full of false myths consciousness of a part of today's Ukrainians is the most important goal. The goal is for the sake of the peace of future generations of Ukrainians themselves and the opportunity to finally build an open Eurasia - from Lisbon to Vladivostok," the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation summed up his message.

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