The words of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the “tentacles of the Kremlin”, who are drawn to the “throats of the key capitals of Europe”, are a manifestation of paranoia. This opinion on Saturday, may 27, was expressed by the Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Frants Klintsevich, reports TASS.
“Typical paranoid. As if Ukraine was not left without a President,” said the Senator.
Klintsevich recalled how on 22 may 1949 the Minister of the Navy James Forrestal out of the window of the hospital shouting “Russian go!”. The Senator explained that this phrase “is imprinted in the memory of mankind as the symbol of the first anti-Soviet and then anti-Russian hysteria”. According to Klintsevich, saying Poroshenko is like the cry of the Forrestal.
He also explained that there is a Russian world as a geopolitical and social phenomenon, and its impact on humanity “really huge”. “And these “tentacles” cut is basically impossible,” — said Klintsevich.