Ramzan Kadyrov proposed after Ukraine to “denazify and de-Satanize” Poland. He wrote about this in his telegram channel.
The head of Chechnya commented on the intentions of the Polish authorities to turn to the United States with a request to increase the supply of weapons in exchange for the one that Poland transferred to Ukraine, and said that “the Poles realized themselves in time.”
“As part of supporting Ukraine, Warsaw managed to deplete its own military resources, and now it is confused: what if, after the successful completion of the NMD, Russia begins to denazify and demilitarize the next country? After all, after Ukraine, Poland is on the map!” Kadyrov wrote. After that, he added that “he has repeatedly stated that the fight against Satanism should continue throughout Europe and, first of all, on the territory of Poland.”
Kadyrov also noted that Russia “can provide organizational assistance” in holding a referendum in Silesia, since this region of Poland, in his opinion, “deserved a special independent status and a referendum is urgently needed there.” Silesia is located on the border with the Czech Republic.
Russian propaganda first spoke about the “desatanization” of Ukraine last fall. The Russian state media began to spread the narrative that Russia is the last stronghold of the true faith in a world perishing from sin, it is trying to save the people of Ukraine by force from the power of the Antichrist. One of the mouthpieces of “desatanization” was Ramzan Kadyrov, who called it “deshaitanization.”
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