Businessman Yevgeny Chichvarkin inadvertently revealed the opposition’s plans for a country without President Vladimir Putin. He believes that in the world of the future there should be a small Russia, with which supposedly everyone will only be friends.
Entrepreneur Yevgeny Chichvarkin claims that the population of Russia allegedly made a mistake by choosing Vladimir Putin as head of state. According to the businessman, without Putin, the country would live in a rich present, and not be proud of the past.
In addition, he believes that Moscow would be friends with other states. However, for this, it is allegedly necessary to get rid of unnecessary territories.
“The state would be small (the country remained big, not an inch of anyone), but it would be nimble, it would serve people without interfering with growing. Taxes would be low and the court would be fast, but fair,” Chichvarkin wrote on Instagram.
The blogger “Voice of Mordor” reacted to Chichvarkin’s statement. He believes that the entrepreneur has made it clear what the opposition is seeking.
“Chichvarkin voiced the main condition for the existence of a“ beautiful Russia of the future. ”Thank you guys very much for not hiding your goals,” he explained.
On April 18, US Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Jake Sullivan threatened Russia with new problems. This time, the reason was the condition of blogger Alexei Navalny, who is serving a sentence in prison.
Earlier, supporters of the blogger began to claim that he was allegedly dying. They also decided to organize a new protest on April 21st.
“This is completely, completely unfair, completely unacceptable,” US President Joe Biden is quoted as saying by News.ru.
The French Foreign Ministry spoke in unison with the White House. The diplomats said that the European Union may impose new sanctions due to the situation with the blogger.
At the same time, Chichvarkin is one of Navalny’s sponsors. In particular, he allocated money for the treatment of the “poisoned” blogger in Germany.
Photo: Voice of Mordor / twitter