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"Victory is coming soon": Biedniakov quarrels with Ukrainians with an appeal about "chmobiks", drones and fees for the Armed Forces

Andrii Biedniakov calls on Ukrainians to donate to the Armed Forces in a new post

Famous Ukrainian TV presenter Andrii Biedniakov made an emotional appeal to Ukrainians who want a quick victory but do nothing for it. The showman emphasized that it has become more difficult for the Ukrainian Armed Forces to close fundraising drives lately, as the number of donors has decreased. He explained to his fellow citizens that for such a desirable victory, it is necessary to "constantly do something, every day."

However, the star's words sparked a discussion online. While some readers called them extremely accurate, some criticized Biedniakov's message. Skeptics said that it was difficult for people with low salaries to donate constantly, and some found the celebrity's words about an imminent victory irrelevant. They said that no one believes in it now, as they did at the beginning of the full-scale war. The host posted the post that split Ukrainians on his personal Instagram page.

"Reading Instagram, everyone expects victory. Everyone wants it. Everyone imagines how they will celebrate the victory. It is so close. But when you post a fund raise, many people, for some reason, skim through it. And rightly so... Why? It will come! The victory. "But the military will do everything! They are so strong! Uhhh! And those chmobiks are stupid! They don't know how to use those starlinks. They don't even have the Internet in their "shitholes"! Hahaha. There will be a counteroffensive soon and all the invaders will be fucked!" Biedniakov wrote sarcastically.

The showman shared his observations that when it comes to donations, some people find excuses and do not do it, saying, "let others donate, I have already donated, and we were given air defense" and so on. In addition, Bednyakov wrote, some Ukrainians shift the responsibility not only to others but also to the state, saying that the army should be provided entirely from the state budget.

"Let's close the fundraise? Let those who organized the Eurovision Song Contest drop it! 11 million! That's how many drones you can buy." Do you know how much a drone costs? "I don't know. It's not very expensive... Oh, you could buy so many of them! 17 carloads of drones! Let them drop them! But I won't! I will wait for the victory! Here it is". And throw them on the cars in the Avdiivka direction! "There is no need for such cans in the Avdiivka sector! Everything is under control there. It's like Kleshnya there, but our guys won't let you squeeze them," the showman wrote.

''Victory is coming soon'': Biedniakov quarrels with Ukrainians with an appeal about ''chmobiks'', drones and fees for the Armed Forces

Biedniakov explained that victory will not come from simply waiting for it - it requires systematic assistance to the military, closing down crucial training camps, the number of which is constantly increasing.

"I want to upset you, but there will be no victory until we all get off our asses. And there will be no victory if we do not continue to work together. And there will be no victory if everyone forgets about the war. Pull yourself together. Victory depends on each of us. So let's unite," Biedniakov summarized.

As we have already noted, the host's words sparked a heated discussion online. Ukrainians were divided into several clans. The majority certainly agreed that people in the rear should become more active to make the work of the defenders at the front a little easier. However, a certain percentage challenged the star's belief that Ukrainians believe that "victory is coming soon." And if anyone does believe it, then, according to Internet users, this narrative was imposed on them inside the country.

Commenters write: "I don't know where you read about victory, in my neighborhood people have been trying to just survive for a long time. And maybe somewhere up there they have forgotten about the war, but not the ordinary people who are experiencing it every day.", "With all due respect, but what victory? We're in the middle of nowhere, and I'm not saying this just from me, but from the guys who are coming back from there. Every day I drive to work in my car and listen to the radio, everyone is so positive, victory is coming soon, you hear these words every day, and if at the beginning it was somehow encouraging, now it makes me sick.", "I agree with what you wrote, but I have a question. Who imposed this victory on people and what about the smackers and so on? It was drilled into people's heads from within the country.", "It used to be like that, now no one expects a quick victory."

Another "clan" of commenters leaves the following messages: "Did you ask if people have money? Did you ask what the salary is to begin with? Many people are stupidly short of money. There is no work in Kyiv, some jobs pay 5k... how can you live on 5k? You can't even live on 15k", "Mr. Andriy, where do people have to donate from? From pensions of 1900 UAH and utility bills of 3000 UAH? Sick people, who are too numerous in our country and have to buy their medicines, because our state does not help these people at all! Let's not miss the point, for European prices in stores and average salaries of 10k. The people who can donate all the time are not as many as you imagine!"

In response, they receive similar comments: "Dear 'unemployed' and those with 'small salaries', you are not told to give the 'last piece of bread' - even 20 or 50 hryvnias can close the collection of 11 million in a few hours! You just have to want to help. Hell, my kid found 10 hryvnias on the street and said: "Oh, mom, we can give it to the soldiers for candy."

Several hundred such polarized opinions were posted under Biedniakov's post in just three hours after it was published.

''Victory is coming soon'': Biedniakov quarrels with Ukrainians with an appeal about ''chmobiks'', drones and fees for the Armed Forces
''Victory is coming soon'': Biedniakov quarrels with Ukrainians with an appeal about ''chmobiks'', drones and fees for the Armed Forces

As OBOZ.UA wrote earlier, Andrii Biedniakov analyzed two cases that happened not so long ago in Italy. There, representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora canceled the Kremlin propagandists' false performance about the "liberated" Mariupol, as well as a concert of a Russian Putinist pianist who had visited the showman's hometown earlier and played near the remains of the walls of the drama theater brutally destroyed by the occupiers. Read more in our article.

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