(ANSA) – Washington, March 18 – In the massive nine-minute video posted to Twitter by Arnold Schwarzenegger, with Cyrillic subtitles, more than 700,000 people watched Russian soldiers “to tell them what they don’t know.” Russia. CNN reports. In total, the post had more than 30 million views.
He also addressed the famous actor and former California Governor Vladimir Putin directly and told him: “This war has begun, and you are fighting this war, you can stop this war.” In the video, Schwarzenegger recounted his personal experience, expressing his admiration for those protesting the war in Russia as his “new heroes.” He explained what the Moscow government did not disclose. “The government told you it is a war to discredit Ukraine, it is not true. Ukraine is a country with a Jewish president,” he said, stressing that seeing the images of this conflict reminded him of the atrocities of the second. And speaking of his father, who was a Nazi sergeant, he told Russian soldiers, “I don’t want you to end up like my father.” (handle).
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