The slogan “Can you repeat that!” inspired by Posner’s thoughts about mindless bastards

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Journalist Vladimir Posner said he was ashamed of compatriots who are attached to their vehicles signs with the slogan “Can you repeat that!”, dedicated to the celebration of Victory Day in great Patriotic war. This broadcaster wrote in his Instagram account.

In the publication of Posner reasoned that he could answer his friend, when asked to explain the meaning of such inscriptions. According to the journalist, he would have to tell him about dreaming about the war the Russians, who threatened an imaginary enemy.

“That is, ready to lose almost 30 million people, is ready for you to tens of millions maimed, millions of children grew up as orphans or without a father to thousands of our villages and towns were razed to the ground, our country was thrown back for several decades we “I repeat!”” concluded Posner.

According to the presenter, the people who survived the war, would curse those who say about its repetition. He called dreams about the war “mindless scum worthy of contempt.”

Video, photo All from Russia.

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