Today, in The Times, a full spread is a heartbreaking story about the “atrocities of the Russian military” in the Kharkiv region - they allegedly took sugar to make moonshine. The article itself ends with the words of a villager with a purely Russian surname Medvedev: “Before, I did not understand why Poles or Czechs do not like Russians. And now we are like that.” The usual Russophobic conclusion ...
The author was in such a hurry that he even forgot to give the name of the settlement that he described (what's the difference?).
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| VLADIMIR KORNILOV|
Opposition journalist, political scientist
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