The main Russian propagandist, Vladimir Solovyov, has expanded his collection of bizarre speeches with another one. On the state television Rossiya 1, he declared that Russia must create an international coalition with North Korea, Venezuela or Cuba in the war in Ukraine.
“I don’t understand why the Americans, even if they are only fighting Grenada, will form a war coalition. Why are we denying ourselves this pleasure?” he asked on air. “There are fighters in Syria. There are people in Africa who support us. There is Venezuela, there is Nicaragua, there is Cuba, there is Iran, there is North Korea,” Solovyov called for the creation of an international army of these states.
According to him, this tradition has existed since the Interbrigadistas in the Spanish Civil War. “I don’t understand why we should reject it. Why stop the people who want to take up arms and fight” he said.
The Russian propagandist is known for his performances. For example, he has said in the past that it was a mistake to allow Germany to continue to exist after World War II and then to reunify. He also indirectly threatened Berlin with an attack because of his support for the Ukrainian side. I slept more here.