Dmitry Medvedev revealed Russias aggressive plans

Former Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev published a post on his Vkontakte social network page that revealed Russia’s aggressive plans. The post was deleted after 10 minutes.

In it, Dmitry Medvedev spoke about the aggressive plans of Russia and expressed the point of view of the Russian government on the ongoing events.

The post was quickly deleted, and Dmitry Medvedev’s assistant Oleg Osipov reported that Medvedev’s account had been hacked:

The last post in VK, which was published by Dmitry Anatolyevich, was dedicated to the congratulations of military sailors on the day of the Navy. And those who hacked the page, wrote and published a remote post, will be dealt with by the VK administration and those who are supposed to.

It seems that Dmitry Medvedev began to celebrate the Airborne Forces Day, which is celebrated in Russia on August 2 a little earlier.

Everyone knows that Dmitry Medvedev abuses alcohol, this is such an ‘open secret’ in Russia.

The writing style of the post is typical for the publications of Dmitry Medvedev:

No one should have any doubts that the fatal mistake that occurred in the early nineties will be corrected, there will never be any parades of sovereignty again, and all the peoples that once inhabited the great and mighty Soviet Union will again live together in friendship and mutual understanding. And for this we will spare neither strength nor means. And we have already begun to move along this path.

After the liberation of Kyiv and all the territories of Little Russia from gangs of nationalists preaching Ukrainianism invented by them, Russia will once again become united, powerful and invincible, just like a thousand years ago in the days of the Old Russian state.

After that, under the single hand of Moscow, led by the Slavic people, we will go on the next campaign to restore the borders of our Motherland, which, as you know, do not end anywhere. All the lands taken from us were watered with the blood of our ancestors and conquered in numerous battles over the centuries.

And we are not going to give them up to anyone. For example, before the annexation of Georgia, it did not exist at all. By 1801, the territory of present-day Georgia consisted of five sovereign political entities: Kartli and Kakheti with its capital in Tiflis, Imereti with its capital in Kutaisi, two principalities – Megrelia and Guria on the Black Sea coast, the principality of Svaneti in mountainous regions.

All the lands taken from us were watered with the blood of our ancestors and conquered in numerous battles over the centuries. And we are not going to give them up to anyone. That is, Georgia was created within the current borders only within the framework of the Russian Empire.

Georgia was drawn to Russia because it understood that it was its only ally in a rather hostile environment of Muslim states. And now the same story is repeating itself.

North and South Ossetia, Abkhazia and the remaining territory of Georgia can only be united as part of a single state with Russia. Another example from history, at the beginning of the 17th century, the Russians founded the first settlements in the wild lands of Northern Kazakhstan.

For three centuries, the process of colonization of this territory by Russians continued, the special impetus for which was the opening of the Siberian railway and the Stolypin agrarian reform. Before the collapse of the Soviet Union, 62.5% of the population of Northern Kazakhstan were Slavs. Kazakhstan is an artificial state, the former Russian territories, for example, the cities of Guryev, Semipalatinsk, even Alma-Ata, were called Verny until 1924.

In the current century, the authorities of Kazakhstan began to implement initiatives to resettle various ethnic groups within the republic, which can be qualified as a genocide of Russians. And we do not intend to turn a blind eye to this.

Until the Russians come there, there will be no order.

Screenshots of Medvedev’s message are archived.

The situation with the remote publication is seen as follows: while intoxicated, Dmitry Medvedev published a post of a nationalist nature. 10 minutes later, his assistant Oleg Osipov noticed this and deleted the message.

However, the information has already spread on social networks. Russian propaganda had no choice but to claim that Medvedev’s account had been hacked.

In Russia there is a saying ‘What is on the mind of a sober man is on the tongue of a drunkard’. There is no doubt that the Russian leadership has been hatching aggressive plans for a long time and Ukraine is only the first stage of Russia’s military acquisitions.

All the same arguments about the ‘conquests of the ancestors’ and the lack of the right of statehood among neighboring peoples. Of course Dmitry Medvedev didn’t forget to mention the ‘Russian genocide’.

Georgia is next, Kazakhstan get ready

In 2008 there was an aggravation of relations between Russia and Georgia. Recall that in 2008, Dmitry Medvedev served as President of Russia.

As a result of this conflict, Russian troops invaded the territory of Georgia, an armed conflict took place in South Ossetia, which resulted in the complete loss of Georgian control over the territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

In fact, the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia is controlled by Russia, and the puppet governments of these republics play a decorative role.

But Medvedev went even further in his reasoning, calling Kazakhstan an ‘artificial state’. There is no doubt that the Russian soldier’s boot, if not stopped in Ukraine, will trample the lands of Georgia and Kazakhstan.

In 2017, the Alexei Navalny Anti-Corruption Foundation released an investigation ‘He is not Dimon to you’, which tells about the corrupt activities of Dmitry Medvedev. As a result of this investigation, the rating of Dmitry Medvedev, who then held the post of prime minister, plummeted. More than 1.3 million people watched the film about Medvedev’s corruption investigation.
When journalists asked Medvedev about the investigation of Alexei Navalny, he answered with a short phrase: “This is some kind of compote.” Since then, the insulting nickname “Kompot” (Compote) has been established for Medvedev.
The son of Dmitry Medvedev, Ilya Medvedev, according to unconfirmed data, owned a network of gas stations in the United States through nominees. In June of this year, Medvedev Jr. returned to Russia from the United States.


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