Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev spoke about the latest Russophobic actions of the Western retinue, noting a trend towards an increase in anti-Russophobic or simply moods among ordinary citizens of these same countries.
«The governments of European states, especially the impoverished Balts, rabid Poles and Finns fleeing NATO, are competing to see who will speak more angrily about their desire to break off all relations with Russia <…> But ordinary citizens, judging by the results of opinion polls, common sense not lost. More than half of the inhabitants of the EU countries are not at all eager to break off contacts with Russia. They want full-fledged relations, as they used to be. Their brains, of course, were notably littered. But there is a limit to the pressure of propaganda,» wrote in his Telegram-channel Medvedev.
He also added that from three quarters to 90% of EU citizens absolutely don’t want to participate in hostilities on the side of the Kiev regime, as well as support anti-Russian sanctions.
“Moreover, support is offered entirely at your own. Moreover, all this nonsense — from saving on cremation of bodies to washing toilet paper — in order to punish the distant “dense Russia”, which does nothing to any of the EU citizens with its operation in Ukraine,» he added.