Putin puppet issues chilling threat as he warns ‘Zelensky won’t live to old age’
One of Vladimir Putin’s puppets has issued a chilling new assassination threat against Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky as he claims he is “unlikely to have chance of living to old age”.
Ex-Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, who is also Putin’s deputy on the security council issued the sickening new threat after Zelensky revealed he had already survived at least five assassination attempts by the Kremlin.
Medvedev said: “All this cheap bravado also evokes one very obvious thought.
“With such powerful ‘prophecies’, this fool is unlikely to have a chance of living to old age. Thoughts are sometimes material.”
In an interview with the Sun, Zelensky, 45, said: “The first one is very interesting, when it is the first time, and after that it is just like Covid.
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“First of all people don’t know what to do with it and it’s looking very scary.
“And then after that, it is just intelligence just sharing with you detail that one more group came to Ukraine to [attempt] this.”
Asked how many attempts Russia had made to assassinate him, he said: “I don’t know, really I don’t know. I think not less [than] five, six…not less.
“They will use any, any instruments they have.”
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In his rambling and barely comprehensible post on Telegram, 58-year-old Medvedev – who is believed to eye a return to the Kremlin if death or sickness force Putin out – said of Zelensky: “Lord, what a wretched thing this Bandera scarecrow is.
“The bearded misunderstanding in green, answering a question from the British tabloid The Sun about the number of certain ‘attempts’, muttered in a hoarse voice, shaking his ridiculous head: ‘not less… five–six’.
“Well, even for The Sun it looks like a circus with horses.
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“However, this figure is no longer taken seriously there.”
Medvedev was Russian president from 2008 to 2012 when Putin served as his prime minister. He then handed the top job back to the Russian dictator.
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