Medvedev threatens: Could “well be the last day in Europe”

The former Russian president and current deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, is considered a close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin and has repeatedly attracted attention for his statements, some of which are inhumane, and for spreading Russian propaganda. Via X Medvedev is now speaking out with a new tirade of rage.

This was triggered by statements made by German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock. Following the decision by Denmark and the Netherlands to supply F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine, she spoke of a good day for Ukraine and thus also a “good day for Europe”.

Medvedev reacts: “‘It’s a good day for Ukraine and therefore a good day for Europe,’ commented Annalena Baerbock, Germany’s foreign minister without a high school diploma, on the decision to supply F-16s to the German na*is’ Bandera brothers. Don’t get too carried away playing with planes in your sandbox, kids. One of these next ‘good days’ may well be the last in Europe…”

Medvedev has threatened to use nuclear bombs on several occasions.

Annalena Baerbock obtained her Abitur at the Humboldt School in Hanover and wrote a dissertation on natural disasters and humanitarian aid in international law in 2009.

Image:, Дмитрий Медведев (09-06-2021), CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size modified)

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