Rodnyansky defends Nika Belotserkovskaya and other "good Russians": I do not consider those who oppose the war to be "rats"
A well-known producer and director from Kyiv, Oleksandr Rodnyansky , stood up for Russian Nika Belotserkovskaya and other "good" Russian citizens. After his Russian followers started accusing him of fighting against Putin's regime, the Kyivan decided to justify them.
To do so, he even quoted one of the Russian citizens who wrote to him personally. The corresponding post appeared on the star's Instagram (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
The fact is that recently Nika Belotserkovskaya published a cautionary tale for Russians emigrating to Europe. She compared them to "rats" who carry the plague to civilized countries. The post was liked by Rodnyansky, who was immediately criticized by offended Russians.
First of all, the producer assured that he was simply supporting Belotserkovskaya, her "uncompromising position and literary talent."
"No, I do not consider Russians who protest against the war to be 'rats'. Many times I have written that I am categorically against dividing people by blood, passport or place of birth. I am sure there are no guilty nations, only guilty people. And I know and see many Russians who help Ukrainians in word and deed," Rodnyansky said.
In an attempt to justify himself, Rodnyansky quoted the words of his subscriber, who boasted that he had been doing something to end the war for more than a year.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that Oleksandr Rodnyansky showed a photo of Christmas Mariupol. "The city on the eve of its death," the filmmaker accurately described the picture.