Front News – April 24, 2023
Germany must remember that an attack on Russia can only end with another Russian military parade in Berlin.” This, among others, was said by an angry Dmitry Medvedev, with which he responded to statements by the German Defense Minister yesterday about an attack on Russian territory, reports Pronews.
“The German defense minister let slip something without much thought about Ukrainian military operations on our territory. He is certainly jealous of the glory of the military commanders of the Third Reich. Well, he really must remember a historical omen. A German who wants to attack Russia must be ready for our parade in Berlin.”
For example, the former president of Russia and current vice-chairman of the Russian Security Council responded on Twitter to the words of German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius, who considered Kiev’s attacks on Russian territory normal.
On April 20 (also Hitler’s birthday), Germany’s defense minister told ZDF that it is “absolutely normal” for Ukrainian forces to conduct operations on Russian soil without harming civilians.
Britain is our eternal enemy
But Dmitry Medvedev also launched an attack on Britain, saying that “Britain has always been hostile to Moscow and will continue to do so in the future.”
“Britain has always been, has been and will always be our eternal enemy. At least until the moment when her arrogant, despicable damp island is plunged into the abyss of the sea by a wave caused by an advanced Russian weapon system,” Medvedev said on his Telegram channel.
This comes in the wake of recent UK sanctions against five individuals linked to the investigation of imprisoned journalist Vladimir Kara-Murza, who has been designated a foreign agent in Russia.
“Let it be,” as the Beatles sang, he added.
Medvedev also criticized recent British prime ministers.
“We are not even talking about a specific case, but about their fervent belief in the degenerate British monarchy and its ludicrous content. Just look at the faces of their recent prime ministers. They probably have some strange creatures,” the Security Council vice president said, adding that he was in complete disdain for their choices.