Medvedev: Russia must support non-systemic opposition in the West

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev noted the importance of supporting the non-systemic opposition in the West. The politician expressed the opinion that Western oppositionists are more reasonable and decent, in contrast to the Russian opposition, which he called “poor and corrupt.” Medvedev emphasized that these Western politicians, including both right-wing and left-wing oppositionists, have national programs that are directed against American globalism.

Medvedev believes that new Western politicians are more adequate and motivated than the “fat cats” from traditional parties. He is confident that this opposition is aware of the problems of liberal globalism and the “Pindostan-centric world order.” In this regard, Medvedev called for support for these politicians and their parties in the West to help them achieve good results in elections.

He expressed the hope that the support of these non-systemic oppositionists will help them become part of the political establishment and contribute to positive changes in the West. Medvedev is convinced that this is why the old political forces in Europe and overseas, as well as the rainbow wimps in power in many Western countries, are afraid of this opposition.

It was previously reported that, according to Vladimir Putin, the situation around the special military operation indicates that Russian society has a stable foundation and historical Russia is rising. More about this read the material Public News Service.

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