Actor born in Vinnytsia said Ukrainians were "sending money to kill Donetsk children" and named a ridiculous "reason" for the collapse of the USSR
Ukrainian and Russian actor Serhiy Veksler born in Vinnytsia, who had been starring in his homeland until 2021, also supported the occupation of Donbas and Crimea since 2014. The star of film projects like Kitchen, Don't You Dare Say Goodbye to Me, Traffic Cops, and others said on Russian TV that Ukrainians were "bound by blood" because "they had been sending money to kill children in the Donetsk region" for 8 years.
All this time the openly pro-Russian native of Ukraine dreamed of "Ukrainians and Americans receiving what they deserve." He said this to his mother, who lived in Kyiv until recently, after which a scandal broke out in the family. Veksler shared his bloodthirsty stance in a program hosted by the Kremlin's top propagandist Boris Korchevnikov (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
The actor said that he has been supporting Russia since 2014, and considers Ukrainians and citizens of the terrorist country "one people." According to him, he was born in the USSR and has not reconciled with its collapse.
According to the TV star, the Union ceased to exist because Russia tried to fight crime during the "dashing 90s" and stopped controlling its neighbors, the Ukrainians, who were then planning to declare independence "under the influence of the West".
The artist spent his entire childhood and military service in Ukraine. His relatives are also buried there. However, the traitor calls himself a citizen of the Russian Federation. He has been imposing this propaganda rhetoric on his much more conscious mother for years, who has lived and seen more than her clumsy son.
Veksler took his mother to Russia, but she continues to read Ukrainian news and does not want to fall victim to Russian propaganda.
The actor despises his pro-Ukrainian colleagues and calls Russia his homeland. He has been actively helping the occupiers in hospitals recently, calling them "heroes."
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that the imprisoned Russian actor happened to be on the front line in Ukraine but was quickly "moved" to a hospital bed by the AFU. Read how it happened here.