"You can't say anything at all": Russian Olympic champion fantasizes about "real toughness" in Europe
Three-time Olympic champion Helena Välbae has issued another batch of false information that people in Europe cannot express their position on various issues. In particular, she spoke about the "real toughness" in the Baltic States, where people allegedly support Russia en masse.
Välbe said this in an interview with the propaganda news agency RIA Novosti. The former skier and member of the United Russia party added that, in particular, in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, people are afraid to speak out and "disagree with the policies of their countries."
"You can't say anything at all there. They'll lock you up, no one will ask who you are, what you are, or how old you are. They have a real tin can. But they have a lot of simple, ordinary people who do not agree with the policies of their countries. In Estonia, there was a poll among the population. If Russia attacks Estonia, who will go where and who will stay in Estonia. 86% of Estonians said they would go to Russia. This is not 8% or 18%. People are really afraid, and I understand them well," Välbi said.
Earlier, she spoke disgustingly about Russia's military aggression against Ukraine, calling what Russia did to Mariupol"just fantastic."
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, former Russian boxer and world champion Alexander Povetkin criticized Oleksandr Usyk and added that Ukrainians "just lost their way."