The host of Russian state television, Vladimir Solovyov, attacked the “fucking Russian pacifists” who do not agree with the possible deployment of nuclear weapons. President Vladimir Putin’s top propagandist raved about them on his Polnyi Kontakt (Full Contact) radio show and warned the West against attacking Putin himself.
Russian propagandist Solovyov warned against the assassination of President Putin. | Video: Aktuálně.cz/smotri.ru
The Russian army has been occupying the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut for the past several months, and now a counter-offensive from the defending country is expected. If successful, Ukrainian forces could reach the Russian-occupied peninsula of Crimea. According to the warnings of Putin’s most loyal allies, this could lead to the use of nuclear weapons, writes the American server Newsweek.
In his program, Solovyov speculated that after the killing of the well-known military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky, enemies of the Kremlin might try to assassinate Putin. According to him, if it was “conducted by foreign intelligence services”, it would mean “a casus belli and a nuclear strike would immediately follow”. Casus belli is a Latin term from international law that refers to an incident, event or fact sufficient to warrant a declaration of war.
Later, Solovyov claimed in a program from the end of last week that if Ukraine achieves a strategic success in the expected counterattack, Russia will go into a full state of war. “The country will be stirred up like never before and will continue despite temporary losses in the struggle until the Nazi Ukrainian nation is completely destroyed along with its collaborators, including Poland, the Baltic states and other scoundrels,” Solovyov raged.
US Senator Lindsey Graham, for example, spoke about the assassination of Putin at the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. He called on someone close to the Russian president to eliminate him. According to the BBC, Graham said at the time that the only way to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine was “for someone in Russia to remove this man”. In his statement on Twitter, the American Republican questioned whether the Russian president had his own “Brutus” who could remove Putin and end the war.
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