Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev once again confirmed Russia’s intentions to commit an actual genocide of Ukrainians under the pretext of a “special military operation.”
“I tell you, I hate them. They are scum and bastards. They want death for us, Russia. And as long as I’m alive, I will do everything to make them gone,” Medvedev wrote on his personal Telegram channel.
Medvedev’s frankly fascist statement came against the background of numerous threats he had earlier voiced, addressing Ukraine, NATO, Poland, and other allies of the embattled nation.
A few days ago, Medvedev said that Russia would launch strikes at “decision-making centers” if Ukraine engages targets on the Russian territory using American MLR systems. By such centers, he meant the Ministry of Defense, General Staff, Verkhovna Rada, and President’s Office.
Even before the full-blown invasion, Medvedev became the Kremlin’s unofficial mouthpiece, broadcasting harsh statements.
However, the article published on the RIA Novosti propaganda resource turned out to be the most outrageous piece targeting Ukraine. It called for the genocide of the Ukrainian people, and also substantiates the alleged need for mass repressions against Ukrainians in order to force them to renounce their own nationality and culture.
Earlier, Russian journalists conducted on Moscow streets a poll on people’s attitudes to the war against Ukraine. Ordinary Russians were heard offering to “wipe Ukraine out” of the face of the earth and take away Ukrainian lands.
One of the respondents also proposed to “destroy” Poland.
Russian MP Aleksey Zhuravlev proposed to bomb Kyiv, just like Mariupol, if Ukrainians take up arms to defend their homes. To “ensure peace,” the deputy suggests that Russian troops should go as far as Poland.
Russian propagandist Sergei Mikheev made calls for the Kremlin to launch a military operation against the Baltic states to create a land corridor with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.
Another Russian MP, Mikhail Delyagin, commenting on Azerbaijan’s military operation in Nagorno-Karabakh, proposed to attack Azerbaijani oil industry facilities.