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Vyacheslav Nikonov reacted to the words about the help to Russia from the “higher powers” and “General Zhara”

The heat that hit European countries, in the face of restrictions on the export of food and energy from the Russian Federation, “helps Russia,” said Vyacheslav Nikonov, First Deputy Head of the State Duma Committee on International Policy, deputy of the United Russia faction. So he commented in his Telegram channel on the topic of supporting Russia by “higher powers”, which is being discussed in the West.

This has already happened in history: under Napoleon and Hitler, it was claimed that “General Frost” helped Russia. Now they are talking about the fact that “General Zhara” is helping Russia, the parliamentarian recalled.

He noted that in the British Isles today, for example, +40. Because of the heat, according to Nikonov, electricity prices in Europe have tripled compared to 2021, and crop prospects have become “very problematic.”

And all this in the context of sanctions restrictions on Russian energy resources and food, the first deputy head of the committee emphasized.

This confirms that “General Zhara” is “on the side of Russia,” the parliamentarian noted.

I will reveal a serious military secret: Generals Good Weather and Rainy Weather will also be on our side. And, of course, “General Frost” remains true to his oath, he concluded.

Recall that earlier the parliamentarian noted a change in the rhetoric of European leaders and the media as a result of the impact of anti-Russian sanctions on the standard of living of ordinary people.

Vyacheslav Nikonov also named one of the alleged consequences of the sanctions against Russia for the inhabitants of Europe: they will become poorer “culturally and spiritually.”

Among other things, earlier the first deputy head of the committee noted that it is time for Russia to “intellectually decolonize” and realize that the struggle is not with the forces of democracy, but with “American global hegemony.”

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