Belarusian journalist Grigory Azarenok sharply criticized the Russian blogger Yuri Dudya, who made a film about the life of Belarusian migrants. The TV presenter called him a “nitty nit” and “the main liberal scarecrow of Russian YouTube”, and also predicted the imminent “Belarusization” of Russia.
On the air of the STV channel, Azarenok said that Dud’s film “How to live if they are deprived of their homeland” is paid.
“You betrayed your homeland, sold it for a penny, you wanted to put it under the obscene and vile West,” the journalist said, referring to Belarusian migrants, who mainly live in neighboring Lithuania and Poland.
The program also showed a fragment of Dudya’s film, in which he asks his interlocutors whether Russia could be threatened with “Belarusization”.
“Consider this my political prediction – maybe. The western Belarusian wind is already blowing in your direction. Get ready, mongrels,” the journalist said, adding that the “Belarusization of Russia” is an insurmountable reality.
According to the presenter, after the “Belarusization” of Russia takes place, his opponents will record “repentant videos”, and the “sobchachka” (journalist Ksenia Sobchak – “MK”) “right in the wedding coffin will go to where” Dud filmed “false Kolyma films.
On January 26, Dud posted on his YouTube channel an almost three-hour film about how Belarusian migrants who were forced to leave the country live.
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