NewsRussian pleads with Zelensky: "Abandon this war" amid growing strife

Russian pleads with Zelensky: "Abandon this war" amid growing strife

A Russian, furious at Volodymyr Zelensky, recorded a special appeal regarding the war.
A Russian, furious at Volodymyr Zelensky, recorded a special appeal regarding the war.
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10:02 AM EDT, May 27, 2024

"Zelensky, have you gone mad? What are you doing, you weirdo?" Among other things, a Russian addresses the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky. The man is confused and lacks much knowledge about the ongoing conflict. One thing is sure: he misses TikTok and Instagram.

The war in Ukraine has been going on for over two years. In recent days, the media have reported on massive attacks, mainly on Kharkiv. The missile alert in the city lasted for several hours. Unfortunately, there is increasingly more information about the superiority of the Russian army.

Meanwhile, one Russian man spoke about the war. The recording can be seen on platform X and Telegram. It must be admitted that it is vital.

Zelensky, have you gone mad? You are a real devil. Abandon this war. What are you doing, you weirdo? Have you gone mad or what? I've had enough of this.

Dramatic plea to Volodymyr Zelensky from Russia

The Russian man's above words could result from years of propaganda. On their television, it was repeatedly explained that a "special military operation" was happening in Ukraine. They were convinced it was being conducted to defend two self-proclaimed republics that asked for help. Additionally, Ukraine wanted to attack Russia.

Moreover, accusing President Volodymyr Zelensky of continuing the war could result from signals supposedly sent by Vladimir Putin about wanting to end the war. Of course, on favorable terms for the Kremlin because otherwise, Russians do not see it. Meanwhile, the mentioned Russian man experiences a daily drama.

It's impossible to work normally. You can't use Instagram, TikTok, or even withdraw money from cash machines. What should I do? Have you gone mad or what? I don’t understand. I can't handle this - added the man in the recording.

In March 2022, Roskomnadzor, the Russian media oversight agency, announced a ban on using TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram. TikTok pulled out on its own due to regulations prohibiting publications about the armed actions of the Russian Federation.

As a result of Western sanctions, many Russians are short on money. The country has limited cash withdrawals from ATMs. There are also food shortages, and if available, it is often beyond the means of Russians. As can be seen, they do not like this new reality very much.

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