Sukhanov, who has lived in Russia for 40 years, sent a Ukrainian supporter of Putin "to the curb"
Ukrainian TV presenter Oleksiy Sukhanov, having his roots in Russia and having lived there for most of his life, hates its supporters with all his heart. He spoke out strongly about an old acquaintance who lives in the territory of the occupying country and seems to have decided to remind himself of himself by writing to Alexei.
Sukhanov posted his words of indignation on Instagram with an appeal to all Russians. It turned out that Zhenya, to whom the TV presenter was addressing, is from Ukraine, but has long lived in Moscow and supports Vladimir Putin's policies. Oleksiy said that he had sent his old friend to seek a better life.
"You shouldn't have done that!" - in a soothing and upsetting tone, an old acquaintance "sounded" from Mordor today... There was nothing left to determine the direction of his movement!" the TV presenter wrote.
He is shocked that Russians do not think about the problems that they have brought with them for centuries, but remember peace only when it is necessary and beneficial for them.
"Anthropologists and psychiatrists have yet to investigate the factor of inability to understand extremely simple things... For example, why, for centuries, they sit with their tongues up their asses, and suddenly "wake up" and begin to reflect on the topic of peacefulness!" - this question of Alexei's is unlikely to be answered anytime soon.
Later, he also recalled the invasive worldview of the Russians and asked a question about the number of people they have killed, which will most likely also remain unanswered.
"Are you counting how many people you have killed? And how many years of life have you and each of you already stolen? You are the ones who are walking around the world now, not thinking about the value of life, because you continue to f*ck up only your own ego! So, fuck you! And you, Zhenya, too!" the TV presenter said emotionally.
Alexey was supported by his fans in the comments. Some even talked about their relationships with relatives who live in Russia and actively support their policies.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that Oleksiy Sukhanov had received Ukrainian citizenship on the eve of Russia's full-scale invasion, but still has a Russian passport. Although it has expired, the TV presenter still keeps it for one important case in Latvia.