"S**t ahead, s**t in the past and standing on s**t": former Lithuanian foreign minister mocked Putin's New Year's speech
Former Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius (2012-2020) commented on dictator Vladimir Putin's New Year's address to Russians. The politician drew attention to the Russian president's words that "Russia will not retreat anywhere."
The aggressor country really does not need to move because it has "s**t ahead, s**t in the past and standing on s**t," Linkevičius wrote about this on his page on X.
"On the occasion of the New Year, Putin said that Russia would not retreat anywhere. And indeed, there is sh*t in the future, sh*t in the past and shit underfoot, so there is no need to move," he said in his post.
Apparently, this statement by Putin caught Linkevičius's attention because the dictator did not speak about Russia's war against Ukraine in his greeting, mentioning it only briefly.
"We have repeatedly proved that we are able to solve the most difficult problems and will never retreat because there is no force that can divide us, make us forget the memory and faith of our parents, and stop our development," the Russian dictator said.
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
- It became known that hackers showed the citizens of the aggressor country, the Russian Federation, a version of the New Year's address of their president Vladimir Putin, which is closer to reality. In it, the dictator "talked" about the failure of the Russian army at the front, its heavy losses in manpower, the strategic mistakes of the Russian command and the unpreparedness of the troops.
- Russian President Vladimir Putin cynically lied that he did not consider Ukraine an enemy. According to the Kremlin murderer, Russia's enemies are those who want to achieve Russia's strategic defeat on the battlefield and destroy Russian statehood.