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Cynical Speech of Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Victory Parade on May 9, 2021
The 76th Victory Parade proceeds on Red Square in Moscow on May 9, 2021 as the Russians celebrated Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War against NAZI Germany in WWII.

I watched the Victory Parade on Red Square and understood, after a conversation between our US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who warned the Kremlin leader not to try to tempt himself with Ukraine and stand where he stood online, the Tsar of Moscow received such a concussion that no doctor in the world can cure him.

Putin's memory was knocked out, his anger, hatred, contempt for the rest of the world increased many times, especially in relation to the United States and is mentally ready to destroy this blessed country that receives all the persecuted and disadvantaged in several rows, which was shown in the parade by the marching military personnel and equipment with models passing by Putin ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads.

But the most relish in his speech: cynical Putin told the city and the world sensational news — it turns out that the Great Patriotic War suddenly began on June 22, 1941, which ended on May 9, 1945 with the victory of the Soviet Union.

Europe was liberated from the fascist plague, as throughout this period of time the Russian citizens in splendid isolation not only fought bravely at the front, but also forged weapons.

Only you, my Russians, led by me, can win victories over those enemies who are trying to take away the taiga and tundra from us with bears and you.

Do not forget I am in the Kremlin to the grave and when my faithful friends in the gang will not be me, they will raise the banner high above their heads and lead you to where I did not take, where Makar does not graze calves, the road is long, do not despair.

It turns out there were no Allies who fought against Germany, no help, and most importantly, he forgot to say that there was a World War that began on Sept. 1, 1939 and ended on Sept. 2, 1945.

Anatoliy Sibilov
May 9, 2021
New York






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