RT director of broadcasting Anton Krasovsky acted as a provocateur whose actions might undermine Russia’s ability to broadcast anti-Nazi views to Western audiences, Rossa Primavera News Agency‘s editorial published on October 23 reads.
Krasovsky, in a conversation with science fiction writer Sergey Lukyanenko about children in Western Ukraine who back in the 1980s called Russians occupiers, himself spoke in the spirit of the Banderites; in his opinion, these children should have been drowned.
“Krasovsky did indeed speak in this spirit. Science fiction writer Lukianenko rejected methods proposed by Krasovsky, calling them extremist, which we do not support. Krasovsky responded by saying that it was intellectual fiction writers who did not support such methods, and “we do.”
In this case, Krasovsky acted as a provocateur, undermining Russia’s ability to broadcast to Western audiences and convey Russia’s anti-Nazi views. His statement is a call to reproduce Bandera’s methods, which they applied to the“Moskalized” [Russian people in nationalists’ terminology – translator’s note] population of Ukraine.
Krasovsky gives Western anti-Russian propagandists arguments against Russia with his provocative on-air behavior. At the same time, he continues to work on state television with complete impunity,” Rossa Primavera News Agency‘s editorial notes.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency