Famous Russian propagandist who loved to mock Ukrainians died
Stanislav Andreev (Uncle Slava), a propagandist who liked to mock Ukrainians in chat roulette and TikTok, has died in Russia. He also ran a blog where he had more than half a million similarly pro-Russian haters of Ukraine and the West.
The 56-year-old Russian died on the evening of October 22. This was reported on his official Telegram channel.
It is noted that Andreev had been battling cancer in recent years, dealing with pains that "burned even his soul with his mind," which allegedly "remained with him until the very end".
Judging by the blogger's activities, he was so sick that he spoke harshly about Ukraine, against which Russia is waging a bloody war. In particular, he called Russians and Ukrainians "one people", and Ukrainian history and language "inextricably linked to the Russian Federation".
"Even the Ukrainian language is still so shallow that it is impossible to talk about its independence", Andreev said.
He also claimed that Ukrainians "easily change their shoes everywhere," especially "at times when they are afraid." In his opinion, the people of Ukraine "respect Russia, which they fear" and have allegedly "always gotten along" with the aggressor country. With all this hatred, the Russian cynically called on his fellow aggressors to treat Ukrainians "leniently."
As OBOZ.UA reported, Russian propagandist Eduard Bagirov died in April. In his country, he was a writer, screenwriter, and author of the pro-Kremlin agenda on Telegram channels.