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“We will be bent, broken, but we will stand our ground.” The video of Sergey Dorenko recorded eight years ago turned out to be prophetic

Date: March 27, 2023 Time: 07:04:22

The prophecies of the journalist Dorenko about Ukraine came true: Russia will have to “put things in order” in Ukraine on the way

Photo: Anatoly ZHDANOV

In 2015, the Russian and Soviet journalist, radio and television presenter Sergei Dorenko said that the Western authorities “will not allow the reunification of Europe and Russia” and that Ukraine will become an “explosive mechanism” for the partitioning of Europe. Dorenko died in May 2019, and his words remain relevant to this day.

Dorenko about Ukraine

“Ukraine for the moment will be just an explosive mechanism for the redistribution of Europe,” Dorenko said, predicting a conflict against the EU and Russia.

These processes were already observed in 2015, according to him, Russia along with the preservation of relations will have to “put things in order” in Ukraine, however, not in those years. He then said that the next ten years would become difficult tests for Russia: “We will be bent, broken, very seriously”; at the same time, he pointed out that Russia had only one way: to survive.

“After a couple of presidents, after a couple of years, after a dozen ‘Minsk meetings’, the next Ukrainian president will be ready to sign a real world without toys, as it is now,” Dorenko stressed. He said these words on camera in 2015. And now this video is considered by many to be prophetic.

Russia’s task is not only to survive, but also to emerge stronger, the journalist believed. He was convinced that the Russian people would:

– I don’t know how we’ll do it, but we will. Otherwise, we will fall apart in hell, and no one will remember our existence, ”Dorenko said then.

The Anglo-Saxons want to divide Russia and Europe

However, the conflict in Ukraine, he argued, would not end there. According to him, “provocations” will continue in Belarus, then in the Baltic, then in the Black Sea.

“The provocations will continue constantly. Always. Because the unification of Europe and Russia cannot be allowed,” Dorenko suggested.

The main reason for this, in his opinion, is the attempts of the United States and the “Anglo-Saxons” as a whole to prevent the unification of Russia and Germany into a single Eurasian Economic Union, because then “they will have nothing left.” .”

“The Anglo-Saxons and, in particular, the United States cannot allow German-Russian Europe from Lisbon to Vladivostok. You can go to the map and see, can you understand this? Germany and Russia rule from Lisbon to Vladivostok! And then what? What will the Anglo-Saxons do with such Eurasia?” Dorenko pointed out.

Remember that on the night of Thursday, May 9, 2019, Sergey Dorenko died in the center of Moscow. He was 59 years old. According to eyewitnesses, the well-known journalist was riding a motorcycle on Nikoloyamskaya Street. Suddenly, the “bicycle” skidded, collapsed, the man who fell from it showed no signs of life. The movement has stopped. Eyewitnesses called an ambulance.

It later became known that the editor-in-chief of the Moskva Speaks radio station, Sergei Dorenko, died from a ruptured thoracic aortic aneurysm, according to the results of a forensic medical examination. The rupture of the aorta caused hemotamponade – a violation of the functions of the heart due to the accumulation of blood in the pericardium.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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