Russian President Condemns Ideologies of Superiority as ‘Disgusting, Criminal, and Deadly’

During the Victory Day parade held at the Red Square on Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his strong opposition to any ideology of superiority, labeling them as “inherently disgusting, criminal, and deadly.”

The annual Victory Day parade at Moscow’s Red Square commemorates the Soviet Union’s triumph over Nazi Germany and celebrates the conclusion of World War II, paying tribute to the sacrifices made by the Soviet Union during the conflict.

The event showcases military equipment and marching troops, accompanied by a speech from President Putin.

During his speech, the Russian leader criticized Western elites for promoting exclusivity and dividing society.

According to Putin, these “globalist” elites “still talk about their exclusivity, put people against each other and divide society, provoke bloody conflicts and coups” and “sow hatred.”

The Russian president emphasized the dangers of these ideologies, stating that they provoke “bloody conflicts and coups, sow hatred, Russophobia, aggressive nationalism,” and undermine “those family, traditional values that make humans human.”

He accused the Western elites of promoting these ideologies to impose their will and maintain a system of “robbery, violence, and oppression.”

The Russian president also reminded the world of the disastrous consequences of the Nazis’ quest for world domination, and the sacrifices made by those who fought against them.

He said, “They seem to have forgotten what the Nazis’ insane claims to world domination led to,” and added, “They have forgotten who defeated this monstrous, total evil, who stood as a wall for their homeland and did not spare their lives for the liberation of the peoples of Europe.”

Putin claims to be fighting against nazism amid his country’s ongoing “military operation” in Ukraine.