Medvedev Claims Both Odessa and Kiev are Russian Cities, War Won’t End Until They’re Captured

Holy based.

“Odessa and Kharkov” is one thing, but Kiev?

This is going hard.

The hilarious thing is that it’s not even out of the question, and is in fact inevitable.

Russia has cut through the Hohols like a hot knife through butter. There is no reason to believe that Russians are capable of doing anything other than continuing to win, hard.


Russia will have to continue fighting Ukraine until it takes Kiev and the coastal city of Odessa, former President Dmitry Medvedev has claimed. Both cities have “Russian roots” but are being run by US-led enemies of Moscow, meaning they present an existential threat, according to the senior official, who currently serves as deputy head of Russia’s National Security Council.

The remarks were extracts from an interview that Medvedev gave to Russian media, which he shared on social media on Thursday.

“Where should we stop? I don’t know,” he said, adding that a lot of “serious work” lies ahead.

“Will that be Kiev? Probably. This should be Kiev too. If not now, then sometime later. There are two reasons. Kiev is a Russian city, and a threat to the existence of the Russian Federation emanates from it,” he said.

A threat to the existence of all human dignity emanates from Kiev.

In a separate video, Medvedev addressed the southern Ukrainian port of Odessa, urging it to “return home.”

“We in the Russian Federation have long been waiting for Odessa, if only because of its history and what kind of people live there and what language they speak. It is our Russian city,” he claimed.

At this point, after all that Zelensky and his people have done, the citizens of Kiev might well welcome the Russians as liberators, just as they did in the east.

If they don’t welcome the Russians, they can of course flee to Lvov.


No one cares about these people and their problems. They created problems for the whole world, now the whole world is going to turn away from them.

You make a bed and lie in it, and that’s just how it goes.