After Putin's "historical excursion", the Chinese demanded Vladivostok back: a wave has risen on the network
After Russian dictator Vladimir Putin's absurd interview with American journalist Tucker Carlson, Chinese citizens made territorial claims against the terrorist country of Russia. In particular, the Chinese demanded the return of Vladivostok.
The Chinese also decided to remind the Kremlin killer that it is the twenty-first century, and he continues to live in the thirteenth century. Chinese citizens shared their opinions on the war criminal's interview on social media.
In particular, Ziken Wang, a researcher at The Center for China and Globalization, a Beijing-based think tank, said that Putin's statements about "historical facts" are unconstructive. He noted that the Kremlin leader is guided by the history of the Middle Ages. Wang also suggested that Putin should refer to 220 BC for greater historical "justice".
"We live in a day and age with laws, not in the 13th century," Wang summarized his opinion of the interview.
At the same time, Robert Wu, director of The BigOne Lab Advantage think tank, said that Russia should return Vladivostok to China, which was stolen more than 100 years ago. Moreover, in a comment to this statement, social media users wrote that someone should remind Xi Jinping of this.
Other social media users emphasized that Putin's statement was a fiction for Westerners. In this way, the chief war criminal of the Russian Federation is trying to "sell history" to the civilized world in order to allegedly justify military aggression.
As a reminder, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadians will not be influenced by the propaganda that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin tried to convey to the West through an interview with odious journalist Tucker Carlson. According to him, the Kremlin leader will continue to try to justify the aggression against Ukraine by all means.
Earlier it was reported that dictator Vladimir Putin accused the Poles themselves of the 1939 Nazi attack on Poland. According to the war criminal, Poland "forced" Adolf Hitler to attack it because it "played around" and was "too intransigent."
As OBOZ.UA reported, the interview was published on February 8. The Russian dictator repeated many well-known propaganda theses, for example, that "Ukraine as a state has never existed." This time, Putin said that Ukraine was allegedly invented by Joseph Dzhugashvili (Stalin) and the Poles.