Russia’s Security Council deputy chairman Medvedev compared Zelensky to “a poodle at the feet of a trainer who yaps when he claps his hands,” pointing to the Ukrainian leader’s lack of independence.
The deputy head of the Russian Security Council, Dmitriy Medvedev, is sure that Ukraine and its current leadership are completely dependent on the West.
In Medvedev’s opinion, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky is “1,000% dependent on NATO weapons and Western money.”
“Without them, neither Ukraine nor he and his camarilla will survive a day,” the Security Council deputy chairman wrote in his Telegram channel on Thursday.
Medvedev drew attention to Zelensky’s lack of independence, comparing him to “a poodle at the feet of a trainer who yaps at his clapping hands.”
The SB deputy chairman believes that the Ukrainian president’s statement that he has nothing and no one to talk to in Russia was an attempt to show that Zelensky himself is “a major statesman, a figure of world, one might say, universal scale”.
“Obviously, this is a real psychological problem, which may soon become a psychiatric problem as well,” Medvedev suggested.
However, in his view, these words by Zelensky “also have a specific purpose” – “they serve as justification for new handouts”.
“Come on, make up your mind already. I’m alive for now and I control everyone around me. Give me more weapons and dough, and more, because our enemy is incomprehensible, insidious and dangerous. But I will not surrender to the enemy, I am very, very strong, no negotiations, no contacts. And in general. The enemy is almost afraid of me,” Medvedev explained the Ukrainian president’s statements.
The deputy chairman of the Security Service of the Russian Federation noted that this “delusion is supported in every possible way by Western aestheticians, who regularly visit the sick man in his place of residence” and administer “injections of money, weapons and words.
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