Ukrainian Nazis Dance on Russian Ambassador's Grave in New York

Ladies and gentlemen: Ukraine

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More "western values" from our friends in Kiev. Dancing on the grave of a dead Russian diplomat? It's time to issue those EU passports!

Ukraine's decision to block the adoption by the UN Security Council of a statement dedicated to late Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin is "beyond good and evil," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during a joint press conference with his Swedish counterpart Margot Wallstroem following their meeting in Moscow on Tuesday, February 21.

<figcaption>A photograph taken earlier today in New York</figcaption>
A photograph taken earlier today in New York

"I know how the UNSC works. I have almost no doubt that [Ukraine's] permanent representative would not have done this on his own. This means that he was ordered to do it," Lavrov elaborated.

"This goes against Christian values. It's beyond good and evil. Thanks to the current Ukrainian authorities, however, we are accustomed to the fact that someone in their country treats Russians, and anyone who refuses to dance to the pipe of neo-Nazis, precisely like that," Lavrov said.

Take the wheel, Photoshop/real life:

Evil
Evil


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