In his checklist of forecasts for 2023, Dmitry Medvedev likewise anticipated Britain rejoining the EU, which would certainly subsequently collapse.

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, an arch loyalist of Vladimir Putin given a brand-new job this week, forecasted war in between Germany and France next year as well as a civil battle in the United States that would certainly lead to Elon Musk coming to be president.

Medvedev, deputy head of Putin’s advising protection council, served as president during a four-year spell when Putin held the workplace of prime minister. He shows up to have seen his lot of money surge in the Kremlin, which said on Monday he would certainly currently work as Putin’s replacement on a body managing the armed forces sector.

In his checklist of predictions for 2023, published on his individual Telegram and also Twitter accounts, he additionally visualized Britain rejoining the EU, which would certainly subsequently collapse.

Musk, the Tesla manager that currently possesses Twitter, reacted to the suggestion he would become united state head of state by tweeting back “Epic thread!!”, although he likewise criticised several of Medvedev’s predictions. Medvedev has applauded Musk in the past for recommending Ukraine deliver territory to Russia in a peace offer.

Given that Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, Medvedev has transformed himself as an arch-hawk, mounting the dispute in apocalyptic, spiritual terms as well as describing Ukrainians as “roaches” in language Kyiv claims is honestly genocidal. Recently he made a rare international visit to China, holding talks on diplomacy with Head of state Xi Jinping.

Political researcher Vladimir Pastukhov stated Medvedev’s newly forthright public identity showed up to have actually located favour with his boss.

“Medvedev’s Telegram blog posts have discovered a minimum of one visitor, and also undoubtedly an admirer: Putin,” Pastukhov, a political science professor at London’s College London, wrote on his very own Telegram.

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Last Updated: 28 December 2022