Putin Propagandist Yevgeny Satanovsky Says He Drafted ‘Kill List’ of Western Officials on Russian State TV
Russia’s ill-fated invasion of Ukraine is disintegrating at the seams and the Kremlin’s top propagandists unraveling along with it. Amid no good news ahead, Putin’s regime is pushing for other ideas on how to deal with a self-inflicted disaster.
Well-known experts who regularly appear on state TV controlled by the Kremlin have completely rejected the idea of mere negotiations and none of them dared to propose Russia. withdraw from Ukraine to end the war. Instead, they doubled down – and proposed killing the top Westerners responsible for helping Ukraine defend itself against the Russian invasion.
Appearing on state TV show Evening with Vladimir Solovyov On Tuesday night, Yevgeny Satanovsky – one of Russia’s most famous pro-Putin propagandists – proposed a deadly solution. Solovyov interrupted the chase, asking Satanovsky: “How do we win? How should we react to the Americans? What should Russia do? “
Satanovsky, who served as president of the Russian Middle East Institute after leading the Russian Jewish Congress, replied: “Russia is a country. We will continue as we are. Those who stay with us will be fine and the rest we will kill… Acting against us is a relatively small group in charge of this camp – they are menacing and fearless at all. Since the days of Gorbachev, once we started playing by their rules, they were no longer afraid of us. This is the key factor.”
Solovyov questioned whether he intended that the world’s 1.5 billion NATO people should be massacred. Satanovsky further explains: “There are not 1.5 billion people directing the process from the other side, there are about one to two hundred people. They should realize that if pushing to shoving, that means their end, personally… You know I know these people. I know all of them. I have seen it all. Only the understanding that they are personally facing the end … only that will work for those people. “
Satanovsky claims to have compiled a list of such names, and Solovyov quickly dubbed it the “Satanovsky List”. Expert conjecture: “In the Book of Life, we also create entries for ourselves. “Satanovsky List”? Probably. We should do these things, because any attempt to negotiate with [Volodymyr] Zelensky or Biden would be like dealing with your killer. “
Satanovsky said he gets angry when people think that peace is better than war. “No, peace is not better. There will be no peace. The goal of these people is to make our country non-existent, the people who live here non-existent, and even the language we speak disappear — or even a memory that anyone in That number used to exist,” he said. “They want to write an entry in an encyclopedia: ‘There used to be Russians, there used to be Russia – but not anymore.'”
Andrey Sidorov, deputy head of the faculty of world politics at Moscow State University, wholeheartedly agrees, noting that after Russia’s recent annexation, war is raging over what they consider to be Union territory. Russia. Sidorov stressed: “Now these are our failures, we are fighting on our own land. Why must we show mercy to those who are directing this war? “
The humiliating defeats on the battlefield are really at the core of Russia’s desperate attempt to redirect its anger at NATO for helping Ukraine fend off the invasion.
Appearing on state TV show 60 minutes on Tuesday, war correspondent Alexandr Sladkov casually admitted that the Ukrainians were able to retake 17 settlements — and counting. Sladkov also told astounded host Olga Skabeeva that the Russian forces were at least two months away, due to the lack of manpower and the time required for training. New reinforcements have been mobilized.
Devastated by the failed conquest of Ukraine, state TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov admit he was enthusiastic and advocated the restoration of the death penalty, to execute those who dared to withdraw, surrender or desert.
During the Wednesday broadcast of the Solovyov . program Solovyov Live, his sidekick Roman Golovanov interviewed war correspondent Alexander Kots, who was standing over the ruins of Svatove and reported that “The problem right now is that we don’t have enough people on the front lines to have can accommodate such a vast front… We simply have no physical force, that is the reason for the failures we are observing. Currently, a rather difficult period of military actions is underway. For the foreseeable future, there won’t be any good news from the Kherson area. On the Lugansk front, things were not so bad.”
Appearing on the same programme, TV presenter Boris Korchevnikov broke down in tears, accusing those who didn’t want to die in Russia’s war of being “zero, rotten and trash”. While the disheartened propagandist cried directly to others to join the battle, he himself expressed no desire to do so.