Putin's propagandist Skabeyeva wanted China's army to enter Russia. Video
Pro-Kremlin propagandist Olga Skabeyeva dreamed that soldiers of the People's Liberation Army of China would help the Russian occupiers. She said that it would be a good idea to bring them into the Belgorod region of the Russian Federation.
This was the "brilliant" idea expressed by the host of the "60 Minutes" program in a live broadcast. The propagandist did not offer any logical explanation as to why Russia needs even more manpower (to see the video, scroll to the end of the page).
"Don't give up a couple or three million Chinese soldiers. Now that's just what we need," Skabeyeva said.
Even the so-called expert invited to the program disagreed with her. "And why is that?" - he asked. "And why not?" - replied the Russian.
Apparently, she tried so hard to threaten Ukraine and the entire Western world with "friendship" with China that she did not even realize that her statements went beyond the standard propaganda of the pro-Kremlin media about the invincibility of Russia. Indeed, why did the "second army of the world" suddenly need the help of the Chinese military, and even in the "defense" of the Russian Federation?
"Oh, I look at the Belgorod region and think, 'How we miss the Chinese people's army,'" Skabeyeva said.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote:
- Earlier she came to disappointing conclusions that Russia is "anxious" and Kyiv is trying to eliminate Moscow "as a geopolitical adversary." "And, by all appearances, they are getting their way so far," the propagandist said.