The naughty Russians unlike your governments are setting up “The network of Russian Houses opens heating points for Europeans”.
Published on 24.10.2022
The network of Russian Houses opens heating points for Europeans.
Who Said Russians Are Bad Guys?, the DS of course, we told you from the beginning that it is the Russians who are cleaning up the “swamp” in Europe, (DJT in the USA, and XI in China) and that they will certainly end up in France, your governments the accuse you of malice? well once again V. Putin silences them by activating: “Network of Russian Houses open heating points for Europeans”.
▪️ With the arrival in Europe of the cold and frost of autumn, the Russian Houses (cultural centers) are launching a campaign called “From Russia with warmth”. As the temperatures outside and, above all, at home, continue to drop, Russian cultural centers in European capitals are opening their doors to everyone from today.
▪️ As long as gas and electricity prices remain high, the centers will function as heating points. Here you can have a cup of tea, charge your phone, watch a movie or children’s cartoons. Warmth in homes and human warmth from Russia – that’s what frozen European families need.
▪️ Faced with growing social tensions in Europe, as well as Russophobia, the Russian Houses initiative aims to demonstrate the traditional hospitality of Russians.
The network of Russian Houses opens heating points in Europe.
Below, residents of Copenhagen gathered to watch the cartoon “Alyosha Popovich and the Tugarin Snake” as part of the campaign “ From Russia with heat in European cities. Attendees of the event were also treated to hot tea from the samovar, along with cookies and gingerbread.
Footage of the event was shown to Rossotrudnichestvo.
In Germany on 3.10.2022 A CAR RALLY WAS HELD IN BERLIN FOR FRIENDSHIP WITH RUSSIA.
About 300 people attended. People chanted slogans.
“Stop Russophobia! », « Stop bowing to the United States! ” and “We want heat! “.
The rally ended with a rally in central Berlin. The participants voiced their demands to stop the persecution of Russians. Especially in the Baltic countries. And they applauded the idea of creating a social movement that would protect Russian culture and Russian-speaking fellow citizens across the European Union.