Paul Bondarenko explained why Nadezhda Savchenko is not a spy.
An agent of the Kremlin in Ukraine is not the people’s Deputy Nadezhda Savchenko and her sister Vera. This opinion on his page in Facebook was expressed by the famous writer, journalist and blogger from Lugansk, Pavel Bondarenko, better known under the pseudonym Paul Right.
He proved that Hope Savchenko is not a spy, and called the MP a “fabulous idiot”.
“No she’s not a spy. She feericheskoe an idiot. Rare, like a pink Zebra. As my grandmother used to say: stupid like a cork. The language sweeps, broom waving. Well, there are those who can be persuaded that bread grow on a tree,” said the writer.
He argues that faith is a “button” that controls the Hope, as Electronics.
“I would not for the reptile looked up. I would I could not pay attention. Here it is – absolutely perfect for the role of the agent. Gadya, obviously, is under its full influence. Vera is a “button” that controls Gada like Electronics from the Soviet film,” wrote Bondarenko.
According to him, it is likely that Savchenko would soon be “clean”.
“Something tells me that soon Hady shoot. Unknown. And not only because the Kremlin needs a provocation. Idiots nobody likes them and you can’t control. So when taking a shit you get a bullet or a charge of C-4 in his typical ass – know: evil Poroshenko. She was at full gallop coming down the TNT…” wrote Bondarenko.
Most users supported the view of Paul the Right. Publication “liked” more than 440 people.
“About Vera – in point. When she was still in Rostov went and provocations, to put pressure on the Ukrainian authorities, already suspicious. This gray cardinals first sister, which she easily manages the money from all who Gadya situational best. It Verka dragged the mother to foreign countries, was Director and producer of those performances, taught old how to knock the ground from the Kiev city Council. And really do not choose where to take money is where to give, there grazing. Now it is obvious that the Kremlin proshmandovka,” said Olga Rankel.
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