The prankster “Soryan” spoke with bodybuilder Alexander Shpak, who left Russia. During the conversation, Shpak admitted who he would send to fight at the front.
“So they sent this little Danya Milokhin to be wanted at the military registration and enlistment office, and he flew to Dubai. Seriously? If Dzhigan wasn’t sent, he’s healthy, he can be sent to the tank forces. And Timati? He’s very brave, he took pictures with bearded guys in camouflage, he’s probably a good shooter,” Shpak suggested.
The bodybuilder also spoke impartially about celebrities supporting Russia. According to him, the reason is not patriotism, but the pursuit of money.
In turn, State Duma deputy Vitaly Milonov believes that resentment lies behind such attacks by Shpak. In his opinion, the blogger and his “talents” found themselves unclaimed in Russia.
Previously, Shpak became accused under several articles of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation: about discrediting the Russian army, for which he faces a fine of 50 thousand rubles, as well as about identifying the goals and decisions of the leadership of the USSR with the actions of Nazi Germany – under which he could receive 15 days of arrest and a fine of two thousand rubles.
In turn, the President of the Union of Professional Funeral Agents Stas Baretsky proposed a way to return the slanderous blogger to his homeland. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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