Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev once again attacked the West by commenting on the policies of European countries. He stated that the Old Continent would lose by breaking cooperation with his country.
On Sunday, October 29, Dmitry Medvedev again delivered a propaganda speech criticizing the West, and more specifically, Europe. The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation began by stating that cooperation with Europe on energy issues is “frozen and pointless.”
Medvedev on “castrated” Europe
According to Medvedev, energy contracts with countries on our continent have been terminated because they are going through difficult times and have poor growth prospects. – This cooperation is either wasted or frozen for some time – he said. He did not mention that the contracts were broken in the spring of 2022, when Russia launched an invasion of neighboring Ukraine.
Medvedev also argued that Western companies that ended their operations in Russia suffered “colossal, irreversible losses.” He expressed his belief that it was unlikely that they would be able to make up for these financial losses. He also does not expect them to return to the Russian market. – Entering Russia will be very difficult, if not impossible, he said. In this context, he mentioned Europe “castrated in blood and without anesthesia.”
The politician also mentioned another area of life. – Russophobes in the West are constantly trying to erase Russian culture – he argued. – They are constantly trying to erase Pushkin, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich and other Russian geniuses from history. They do not allow contemporary figures of Russian art to work in Europe, he said.
Medvedev threatened world war
Former president and prime minister, and currently vice-chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, spoke about the war in Israel in an extensive article published in the “Izvestia” daily.
Medvedev stated at the outset that “another brutal, unprincipled war is being waged in the Middle East, based on terror and the doctrine of disproportionate use of force against the civilian population.” However, he immediately emphasized that for Russia “it is much more important to achieve success” in the war with Ukraine. “What is happening in Palestine and Israel cannot help but worry us,” he added.
As he pointed out, “wars often have similar causes and develop on the principle of communicating vessels.” “The new conflict between Palestinians and Israelis, which has every predisposition to escalate into a full-fledged regional war, is no exception. And if the circumstances turn out to be bad – into a world war,” Medvedev said.