They’re getting ready to take our Crimea. We’re doing the only thing we can do in this situation. We are bombing, we are bombing everyday, we are bombing the infrastructure. God knows we didn’t want this. no one wanted this, you and I didn’t want this, I know the leadership didn’t want this either. There again, we are kind, polite and at times meek. We are such softies, we are so kind, we are trusting, we are meek, but should we be?
Right now, when we see that the infrastructure is being destroyed everyday, the infrastructure that helps Ukraine to fight, to kill our people on the territories that are now ours. I am amazed by our people, and I unfortunately know many of them, including those in very high circles, who are afraid of this and are afraid to call things as they are, because of what people over there may think.
We could spit on what they’ll think over there. People who are afraid of the Hague, listen, you should be afraid to lose, to be humiliated and be afraid to betray your people. Let me tell you that if we manage to lose, the Hague, whether real or hypothetical, will even come for a street who sweeps the cobblestones behind the Kremlin. Whether one more Kyiv district is without electricity won’t change the magnitude of the catastrophe that will befall our country if we manage to lose. It’s unimaginable but we cannot lose. There will be no Hague. The whole world will be turned into ashes.