"The country would live better": an ex-player of the Russian national team called for the return of the death penalty in Russia, remembering Galkin
Andrei Solomatin, a former player of the Russian national soccer team and CSKA Moscow, advocated the return of the death penalty in the aggressor country. The participant in the 2002 World Cup smeared all opponents of the war in Ukraine and the dictatorial regime of Vladimir Putin, with whom he urged to fight by all means.
Solomatin, who openly supports the criminal Russian army, said this in an interview with the Match TV channel. He also advocated that propaganda classes be held in Russian schools and that children be told that "we live in the best country - and all other countries envy us.
"I would reintroduce the death penalty. If we had it, I think the country would live better. There would be less stealing. There would be no Chubais and Khodorkovsky. And Galkin would have been less of a pussy, too, without thinking. I think we should have introduced patriotism lessons much earlier. What would they have looked like? The same propaganda they drum into kids' heads. That we live in the best country - and all other countries envy us," said Solomatin.
Earlier, the former Obolon Kyiv player, for which the Russian played nine games in the mid-2000s, said that Ukrainian children "should be remade. In addition, he admired the dictator Vladimir Putin because he "did not bend to these faggots, to this West.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Andrei Solomatin became a laughing stock on the network after saying that Russia was right to attack Ukraine and should explain to the rest of the countries that they were wrong.
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