"Wait for September 19!" Zhirinovsky's "prophecy" about Ukraine recalled online
On the eve of the start of the United Nations General Assembly, which will take place in New York, the network recalled the "prophecy" of the late leader of the Liberal Democratic Party Vladimir Zhirinovsky. During one of his emotional speeches during his lifetime, the propagandist ordered everyone to "wait for September 19."
On this day, according to the Putinist, the war in Ukraine should "calm down". Netizens associate the Russian's predictions with the General Assembly, where the Ukrainian president is supposed to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The corresponding video and comments appeared on TikTok (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photos and video).
"Wait until September 19! Everything will calm down, everything will be quiet until March 2024, when there will be another escalation. When there will be presidential elections," Zhirinovsky said a few years ago.
It is unclear which country's president the Putinist was talking about. According to the plan, elections for a new leader in 2024 were to take place both in Ukraine and in terrorist Russia. However, Ukrainians will not be able to vote until the war is over. This was confirmed by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov.
The date from Zhirinovsky's "prophecy" - September 19 - aroused more interest among netizens.
"Who has what options? What to expect?" "Zhirik's predictions coincide", "It will happen. We live from period to period", "He knew about all the plans. Maybe there will be an error, but it looks like they will freeze it," viewers commented on the video.
By the way, shortly before Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zhirinovsky said that the Russian army would go on the offensive in February 2022. According to him, it had to be done on New Year's Eve.
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