Medvedev: Trial of a country with the largest nuclear arsenal would be dangerous for the world
The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council and former head of state, Dmitry Medvedev, in an op-ed published on Telegram, scoffs at the possibility of someone from Russia ending up in international court over the invasion of Ukraine.
- I called the attempts to create courts for the so-called investigation of the Russian operations crazy. These proposals are not only legally invalid. The idea of punishing the country that has the largest nuclear arsenal is absurd in itself and potentially threatens the existence of humanity.
He asks again - "who is that idiot" who calls for the trial of Russia and answers himself - the United States.
Medvedev also publishes a list of US military interventions after World War II.
- Vietnam and Korea, Yugoslavia and Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria know how devastating the consequences of such invasions can be. The list is long and growing. America has killed more than 20 million people in 37 countries since the end of World War II, according to a study published by Global Research. Think – more than 20 million! The author of that article, James A. Lucas, asks a good question: How many attacks like those of September 11 has America carried out in other countries: The answer is about 10.000, Medvedev points out on Telegram