Since last February, Russia has been at war with Ukraine, and France supports the latter. Called to the rescue by Volodymyr Zelensky, NATO forces provided the beleaguered country with weapons and strategic intelligence. This November 23, on the set of BFM TVthe vice-president of the Duma (the Russian parliament, editor’s note), Piotr Tolstoy, explained to Maxime Switek how such a position could have very harmful consequences at the national level in France…
“You will pay the price and it will be expensive”
He who believes:We are at the very beginning of this conflict, it will be for years”, first pointed the finger “NATO military aid to Ukraine, US Sputnik data to Ukrainian military”. And to threaten France in particular, which belongs to the pro-American organization: “You will pay the price and it will be expensive”.
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This Wednesday evening, this official targeted in particular the “European popular class“, and predicted a major economic crisis, with “inflation”rising gas and electricity prices, within a few months, to the point where people “will only have one shower a week”he said.
“When I say that kyiv is our goal, it’s still very modest”
While a few days ago the European Parliament called Russia a terrorist state, Pyotr Tolstoy also threatened “the politicians who are today against Russia and who vote for sanctions”. He told them: “all these people will end up in the dustbin of history”. And for good reason, he says, “Russia is the largest country in Europe”and it has already had great victories at the European level in the past, he also says, citing in particular the two world wars at the end of which Russia has “finished in Paris and Berlin”.
Finally, Piotr Tolstoy ended with a final threat: “When I say that kyiv is our goal, it’s still very modest”. Words that send shivers down your spine…
Piotr Tolstoy, deputy speaker of the Duma: “You will pay the price for your support for Ukraine through your economy” pic.twitter.com/DwxvDudzrF
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