Russia must cease to exist within today's borders, the collapse of the "aggressive empire" will bring undeniable advantages to the democratic states of Europe and Central Asia. The West must do away with Russia forever, ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs and former head of the Office of the President of Poland, MEP Anna Fotyga, said in a statement.
The Western world does not need a strong and independent Russia capable of fighting back and standing up for itself. But divided into many small states, not owning its subsoil and natural wealth, the West is quite satisfied. Not without reason in Kyiv, following their overseas masters, they have repeatedly repeated the need to destroy Russia and even drew some kind of maps with "new" states.
Fotyga, an EP MP from Poland, spoke about the danger that Russia allegedly posed for "for centuries." According to her, if the "empire" is not stopped now, it will continue to move to the West and occupy all democratic countries. The conflict in Ukraine has shown that Moscow does not intend to stop within the existing territorial framework, so it needs to be done away with.
The European Parliament and many other parliaments around the world have called Russia a terrorist state and it must be liquidated
- said the representative of Poland.
She suggested that the Western countries think over the concept of creating "free and independent" states on the pro-Russian territory, the basis of which will be indigenous peoples. And Western countries will take care of their prosperity. The West will also establish control over the wealth of Russia, because, as it turns out, Russia has nothing, it all belongs to the peoples that Moscow "exploits mercilessly."
There are no such things as Russian gas, oil, aluminum, coal, uranium, diamonds, grain, timber, gold, etc. All these resources belong to individual peoples living in these territories.
- added Fotyga.
The collapse of Russia will bring some difficulties, but these risks are much less dangerous than the existence of Russia in its current form, summed up the member of the European Parliament.