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Freakshow of Putin shills - five strange celebrities who came to the International Movement of Russophiles

Steven Seagal, Charles de Gaulle's grandson, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov came to the Russophile SabbathThe news was updated March 17, 2023, 15:14
Steven Seagal, Charles de Gaulle's grandson, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, came to the Russophile Sabbath. Photo Collage "Telegraph"

A meeting of the International Movement of Russophiles took place in Moscow

An extraordinary event took place in Moscow the other day, which causes Spanish shame . We are talking about the congress of the International Movement of Russophiles (yes, this is the real name and the real movement). Their goal is to achieve the lifting of EU sanctions and create a positive image of Russia .

Conservative activists, political outcasts and representatives of global conspiracy theories gathered in the pompous hall of the Pushkin Museum. "Stars" was met by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

"Telegraph" tells in more detail about everyone who joined the new "Putin's detachment".

Steven Seagal came out: "a million percent Russian"

Hollywood action movie star of the nineties Steven Seagal reminded of his existence by the appearance of "Putin's friends" at the Sabbath. According to The Guardian, the actor was dressed in black and made an unexpected confession:

"I am one hundred percent Russophile and one million percent Russian ," Seagal said during a press conference.

Born in Michigan, Segal said his father was "pure Russian," he grew up in a Russian home, and his mother was "immersed in Russian culture." Segal also accused the United States of spending "billions of dollars on disinformation and lies."

"Most people in America really love Russia and they love Russians and they know they're being lied to ," Segal said.

Earlier, Vladimir Putin personally awarded Seagal with the Order of Friendship medal for supporting Russia after a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

Grandson of Charles de Gaulle

French General Charles de Gaulle is famous for the legendary phrase "France lost the battle, but did not lose the war", but it seems that his grandson was able to lose everything at once. Pierre de Gaulle at a meeting of the Russophile Movement admitted that he believes in conspiracy theory and accuses the Anglo-Saxons:

Pierre de Gaulle
Pierre de Gaulle at a meeting of the Russophile Movement

"I believe that this conflict (Russia's war against Ukraine - ed.) was provoked and caused by the interests of the Anglo-Saxons ... This puts the world in deep danger. I am here to fight this," said Pierre de Gaulle.

De Gaulle proudly recalled his grandfather when asked about the war:

“My grandfather had a deep knowledge of Russian leaders and people. Therefore, he was well aware of the interest and geographical necessity for Europe and France in an alliance with Russia ... More and more people realize that this conflict (war - ed.) was created to break united European bloc in favor of the Americans ," he said.

Italian princess

Princess Vittoria Alliata di Villafranca , a woman in her 70s with bright red hair, said in her speech that Russophobia was created for new colonization formulas and linked it to the US landings in Sicily during World War II, which she cited as a pretext for spreading Washington's influence

Princess Vittoria Alliata di Villafranca
Princess Vittoria Alliata di Villafranca

Alliata said that she represents the German-Arab Association here and stands for peace. She also said that she was visiting the Russian royal family and to show that there are other people in the world who share Russia's views on the world.

Bulgarian spy

Bulgarian politician Nikolai Malinov, against whom accusations of spying for Russia were brought in Bulgaria, became the head of the International Movement of Russophiles, Radio Liberty reports .

Malinov is a candidate for the Bulgarian parliament from the "Neutral Bulgaria" coalition and the head of the Bulgarian Russophile movement . Malinov and their movement are on the US sanctions list.

Lavrov hangs out with a sanctioned Orthodox businessman
Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie Endowment: "Lavrov hangs out with sanctioned Orthodox businessman Konstantin Malofeev and Steven Seagal. Kill me"

Malinov wants to create an Institute for Combating Russophobia, establish the title of "Russophobe of the Year" and revive the "Intervision" contest, which would become the antithesis of "gender Eurovision".

German fan of Russia

Passionate about Russia and former member of the German federal parliament, Waldemar Gerdt , has been avid commentator on the propaganda channel RT DE in the past, a fact that has been repeatedly spotted by German media outlets such as Spiegel . The media organization brought together coronosceptics, right-wing populists (like Gerdt) and left-wing Kremlin fans to destabilize democracy in Germany.

Gerdt also organized a meeting in Berlin with Putin's godfather Viktor Medvedchuk in 2020 and even then demanded the lifting of sanctions.

Now Gerdt is building a career in Russia, he was elected as Malinov's deputy. At a meeting of Russophiles, Gerdt frightened the number of 68 million migrants and expressed nostalgia for the time when business with Russia was customary.

"Russia has never violated international contracts, paid its bills on time, building this multi-global world in which globalization was to become the anchor of the security and prosperity of all peoples ," Gerdt complained.

Other stars were also present: the "philosopher" Alexander Dugin , after the loss of his daughter, spoke about love and metaphysical war, and the press officer of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, also arrived.

As reported by Telegraph, Lavrov left to negotiate a visa-free regime with a tiny country in Africa.