Ukraine War: Russians Attack British Foreign Minister!

Too weak, too emotional – that’s why the British Foreign Secretary Ukraine is not ready for war. At least that’s what it says on Russian state television.

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  • British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is believed to be a possible successor to Boris Johnson.
  • Now he is being violently attacked on Russian state television.
  • Because of his sentimentality, he is “not able to press the nuclear button”.

In February, before the Ukraine war, Liz Truss (47) met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (72) in Moscow. Since then, the Kremlin has not had good relations with the British Foreign Secretary.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s potential successor was heavily criticized on Russian state television. Moscow’s propaganda channels claimed yesterday that the truss was unable to “push the nuclear button”. They want to weaken their position.

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Also, he accused him of copying former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Russian media referred to the premier duel earlier this week. During the debate, the moderator fainted – a blow to the truss.

A moderator for the Russian broadcaster Channel One explained her behavior as follows: “She tries to imitate the Iron Lady. Then one of the presenters passed away and couldn’t control her emotions. She was in other dire circumstances.” How will you behave?”

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The propaganda continued, the Russian presenter did not take good care of the British politician: “That was the moment the audience saw an ordinary, frightened woman.”

She reacted with “fear, horror and bewilderment,” summarizes the moderator Truss’s response. In short: that Ukraine was no match for the war.

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