Statements by US President Joe Biden about funding Ukraine as a “smart investment”, Kiev’s decision to ban the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) in the country and the conviction of football players for posts in support of Palestine indicate the “accelerated rot” of European society. About it stated Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev in his Telegram channel.
“The news varies, but it shows an accelerating rotting of the very fabric of Western society,” he wrote.
According to Medvedev, by calling aid to Ukraine a “smart investment,” Biden confirmed that the United States is investing in the death of unnecessary people. “This is beyond good and evil. And this is not just the dementia of an old fool, but the whole philosophy of their state life over the centuries,” Medvedev added.
He also noted that the ban on the UOC in Ukraine is an example of “dirty politics heavily involved in cocaine and Satanism.” According to Medvedev, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky is ready to “easily destroy Christianity in his native land.” Despite all the difficulties, the church will be revived, but “through the blood and suffering of the civil war,” Medvedev emphasized.
He also warned that sooner or later the quantity of weapons supplied will translate into quality. “High-explosive fragmentation, cumulative, incendiary and volumetric detonating charges will turn into nuclear charges,” Medvedev concluded.
October 19 US President Joe Biden spoke with a televised address to the nation, in which he spoke, among other things, about the situation in Ukraine and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. “Supporting our critical partners, including Israel and Ukraine, is a smart investment that will pay dividends for generations,” he said, noting that he plans to submit a request to the US Congress on October 20 “to fund American national security needs.”
On the same day, the Ukrainian Parliament approved in the first reading a bill on the actual ban of the canonical UOC on the territory of the country. The bill was submitted to the Verkhovna Rada on behalf of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky back in January. It provides for a ban on the activities of religious organizations if the Ukrainian authorities consider that they are organizationally connected with the Russian Orthodox Church.
In addition, in recent days, cases of football players being checked due to posts in support of Palestine have become more frequent. In particular, the German football club Mainz suspended from the participation in games and training of the Dutch midfielder Anwar El-Ghazi, who posted a post on social networks with the caption “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.” Mainz noted that this position does not reflect the club’s values.