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He hated Russia and dreamed of razing it to the ground: the occupiers rebelled against Zhvanetskyi and demanded to demolish the monument to him in Rostov

A scandal erupted in Rostov because of Zhvanetskyi

A week after a monument to satirist Mykhailo Zhvanetskyi from Odesa was erected in Rostov-on-Don, the Russian occupiers demanded that it be demolished. The monument did not please the Z-patriots, who consider the Ukrainian who died in 2020 a "Russophobe" and accuse him of wanting to "raze Russia to the ground."

Although the opening ceremony was attended by the writer's widow and son, who convinced Russians of Zhvanetskyi's love for Russia, Putinists did not believe that the satirist "did a lot for the homeland." This was reported by propaganda media.

The monument was unveiled on February 14 with the participation of Russian presidential aide Ihor Levitin and Rostov Region Governor Vasyl Golubiev. Both assured that they did not doubt the author's pro-Russian stance.

Even then, a week ago, an activist came to the event, calling the Odesa resident a "Russophobe" and recalling his words: "My dream is to level the place where Russia used to be," said in 2012. However, the woman was detained and fined 2,000 rubles.

After the scandal, other propagandists drew attention to the monument, and later this information reached the military. Now, pro-war Russians are demanding that the monument to Zhvanetskyi be removed because of his controversial position.

"He dreamed that the country would turn into ruins, and everything we hold dear would disappear," the terrorists said.

He hated Russia and dreamed of razing it to the ground: the occupiers rebelled against Zhvanetskyi and demanded to demolish the monument to him in Rostov

However, this is not entirely true. Zhvanetskyi, although an Odesa resident, was noted for some pro-Russian actions. For example, in 2019, he was awarded the Order of Merit for Services to the Fatherland in Moscow. The order was presented by Vladimir Putin personally.

The following year, it was reported that the satirist appeared in a Russia 1 movie in occupied Crimea together with Russian World fans Fiodor Dobronravov and Mikhail Porechenkov.

However, in 2014, the satirist signed a letter against the occupation, said a lot of good things about Ukraine and Odesa, and criticized the Russians. The president of Ukraine - his admirer - and celebrities from both countries reacted to his death.

According to media reports, Zhvanetskyi's son, Andrii Ryvkin, emigrated from Russia in 2022 and called for the destruction of anyone wearing a Russian military uniform. At the same time, another descendant of the star remained in the terrorist country and supported the occupiers.

He hated Russia and dreamed of razing it to the ground: the occupiers rebelled against Zhvanetskyi and demanded to demolish the monument to him in Rostov

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