War in Ukraine: RT Director’s Notable Expulsion (Video)

Margarita Simonyan, the director of Russian public television RT, acknowledged with some distaste the growing concern of the Russian public, including those in high circles. They fear Russia’s failure and possible sanctions by the International Criminal Court for war crimes.

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MArgarita Simonian, director of Russian public television RT, made a notable appearance on another public channel, “Russia-1”. The journalist drew attention, with apparent indifference, to the growing concern among the Russian public, and especially in high circles, about a Russian failure and possible sanctions taken by the International Criminal Court in The Hague for Russia’s war crimes.

Margarita Simonyan recalls the reasons that first prompted Russia to fight in Ukraine. “They are preparing to take our Crimea away from us. The only way we react to this situation is we bomb. We bomb every day, we bomb the infrastructure that helps the Ukrainians fight and kill our people in the areas that we now own. God knows we don’t want that. Nobody wants it. (…) The government doesn’t want it”.

RT’s director then went on to express the “astonishment” some of his colleagues had inspired. “I am surprised by our fellow citizens, and unfortunately I know many of them, people in high power circles, who worry, who dare not name things, afraid of what people there think (sic)” .

“I spit what they’re thinking there,” he adds. “Those who are afraid of the hack should be afraid of losing their people, of being humiliated, of betrayal. If we lose, the hack will even go after a cleaner who cleans the stones behind the Kremlin. »

“Russia-1” presenter Vladimir Solovyov ended the speech with a threat: “If this happens there will be no hack. There will be nothing. The whole world will turn to ashes”.

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