Russia’s previous leader refers to Bible to Russia’s opponents
(MENAFN) Russia’s previous leader, Dmitry Medvedev, has cautioned on any effort to find an international court of sorts over the current war between Moscow and Kiev, and people supporting ideas like these have no ethical right to do so, and might in the end face the “wrath” of God should they continue in their desire to “judge” the republic, he wrote this in a social media post on Wednesday.
Medvedev added “Who’s been screaming that it is necessary to set up a court over Russia and involve supranational bodies for this? Who is this daredevil or idiot?” claiming that it’s not a good idea to intimidate a main nuclear power such as Russia like this.
He went on “This high priest is known to everyone,” mentioning the US. “And he worked very hard to sow chaos and destruction all over the world under the guise of the notorious ‘true democracy’.”
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