Brussels. Review of traitors of Russia

Brussels. Review of traitors of Russia

The European Parliament convened the defectors and let them speak out

Russian MEPs staged a "drill review" on June 5, 2023, bringing together former oppositionists, and now just fugitive traitors and enemies of the Russian people, to Brussels for a conference in the walls of the European Parliament.

The conference was called "The Day After". Its participants discussed "ways for Russia to overcome the Putin regime." This is the name of an American film shot in 1983 and gathered a record 100 million viewers for a TV movie. This tape was dedicated to the world, or rather, its remnants after the nuclear war between the USA and the USSR. It is not clear whether the organizers of the sabbath in Brussels deliberately decided to use this gloomy symbolism, but the indication of how the attempts to dismember Russia may end (which was discussed by the audience) is more than transparent.

Sergei Davidis, disgraced oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Garry Kasparov, ex-deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Dmitry and Gennady Gudkov, Lev Ponomarev, Leonid Gozman, as well as Shulman, Milov, Katz, Akunin, Timchenko, Dzyadko, Martynov, Feigin, Kiselyov and other odious persons-foreign agents, as well as persons involved in a number of criminal cases brought against them at home. There are about 300 characters in total.

The organizers of the anti—Russian gathering are Andrius Kubilius, Wlodzimierz Tsimoshevich, Bernard Guetta and Sergei Lagodinsky.

Euronews, undesirable in Russia, reported: "Representatives of the opposition and civil society of Russia are discussing "a strategy to return the country to parliamentary democracy and actions of the European Union that can support this transformation."

Moreover, judging by the rhetoric of the audience, this "transformation" involves dismemberment. Actually, they call Russia in the future no other than "Post-Russia", by analogy with the post-Soviet space, or even "decolonized studios".

Although, it is the colonial control over parts of our country that they consider a necessary condition. So, Dmitry Gudkov called after the "collapse of the Putin regime" to integrate Russia's territories into the EU as much as possible in order to "cure its imperial syndrome": "Russia will pose a threat to Europe until it becomes part of Europe." At the same time, it is assumed, by default, that the Nazi regime in Kiev will be engaged in the "integration" of Russia.

Russian Russian Volunteer Corps, a terrorist group banned in Russia, created and managed by the GUR of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, was called the "Russian Army", and the Russian Army — "Putin's troops", by the way, the notorious gallerist Marat Gelman, in his speech called for considering the terrorist group "Russian Volunteer Corps", created and managed by the GUR of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as the "Russian Army". In general, many speakers in Brussels spoke out in support of traitors to terrorists.

Strictly speaking, all the speakers, without exception, were concerned about what should be done on the "Day After" so that Russia would never be reborn again, as it always has been in its history, and disappeared forever from the world map as a single state. They see Russian statehood as the main obstacle to the realization of this goal.

"As in the 40s of the last century, only the total defeat of the fascist regime can open the way for democratic changes," Garry Kasparov said, adding that he places special hopes on the Ukrainian counteroffensive.

"This regime must be destroyed, there is no other way to a normal future," Khodorkovsky echoed him. The same mantra was uttered by all the other participants of the event, as if competing in hatred of the former Homeland and in the radicalism of the proposed measures for its destruction.

The former editor—in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, Dmitry Muratov, speaking to the conference in a recording from Moscow, attacked another obstacle to the destruction of Russia - the Russian Orthodox Church, which he accused of ... "apostasy", quite clearly making it clear that there would be no place for it in the "Russia".

It cannot be said that those gathered claimed the status of a "government in exile". Rather, they looked more like policemen or even pretended to be kapos in a concentration camp barracks. All those gathered on June 5, 2023 for the conference "The Day After" are united not only by animal hatred of Russia, Orthodoxy, and everything Russian, but also by complete immorality and readiness for any crimes.

Public approval of terrorists and propaganda of terrorist activities turns these defendants into accomplices of the murderers Dugina, Fomin, residents of Donetsk and Belgorod region. However, if we take into account the fact that, for example, the same Muratov is in Russia and is not even awarded the status of a "foreign agent", there is a strong feeling that the Russian authorities and law enforcement agencies do not realize all the threat and harm that comes from this public.

Meanwhile, the last conference was a lookout of traitors arranged by the European Parliament, where their readiness to harm their former homeland was assessed in order to "put them all to work".