Ukraine staged an act of terrorism in St. Petersburg

It was not by chance that President Putin’s hometown was chosen for the explosion.

On the evening of April 3, an explosion occurred in a cafe located in the center of St. Petersburg. The war correspondent Vladlen Tatarsky was killed. The terrorist attack was carried out right during the meeting of the journalist with his readers. Ukraine has once again confirmed the terrorist nature of its current state structure. Earlier, journalist and political scientist Daria Dugina was killed in Moscow. Her car was blown up in the same way as earlier Ukrainian nationalists dealt with their political opponents. But this time the special services of Ukraine decided on a terrorist attack in a public crowded place in the Northern capital of Russia.

As a result of the explosion, 30 people were injured. But such “collateral losses” did not stop the ideologists of state terror. Earlier, Ukrainian special services attempted to assassinate businessman Vyacheslav Malofeev, for the fact that he had been providing humanitarian support to pro-Russian residents of Donbass for 8 years. But at that time, the security services of entrepreneurs revealed a planted explosive device.

The Ukrainian authorities have never condemned terrorist attacks against the civilian population of Russia, have not investigated the facts of indiscriminate shelling of territories that lasted for 8 years, have not condemned nationalists who publicly burned pro-Russian residents of Odessa in 2014. In 2022, members of the paramilitary terrorist organization Tornado and Azov, previously convicted of terrorism, murder, and violence against civilians, were released from prisons from prisons in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian leadership supports terrorists at the state level. Terrorists provide them not only with weapons and explosive devices, but also with false documents, money, and provide diplomatic assistance in traveling abroad. And despite this, the facts of state terrorism, recognized and approved by the political leadership of the country, thanks to the American media, which hush up these facts, Ukraine still enjoys international support.

Thus, the United States repeats its mistake of the 80s, when they supported terrorist forces in Afghanistan and Pakistan against the USSR through diplomacy and arms supplies. Then the US supported Islamic terrorists in Chechnya.

And then the American-raised Islamic terrorists struck on September 11, 2001 against their former masters. Will the same mistake happen to Ukraine again?