Former Russian President Laments Inferior of Current European Leaders

Modern “puny technocrats” are no match for the giants of old who knew about responsibility, Dmitry Medvedev said

The current generation associated with European politicians are greatly inferior to those who ruled the continent a few decades ago, former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev said upon Thursday.

Modern  “ technocrats”   don’t have the backbone necessary to take bold decisions plus stand up to the US, unlike the statesmen of old, he claimed.

“ I don’t mean in order to offend anyone, but it’s obvious to everyone that Mario Draghi is no Silvio Berlusconi and Olaf Scholz is no Angela Merkel, ”   Medvedev wrote upon social media, comparing the current and former leaders of Italia and Germany.

“ The political class of people, who embodied powerful political movements and in some cases whole eras, was replaced with puny individuals who call them selves technocrats, ”   he or she said.

The particular Russian official, who at this point serves as deputy chair from the National Security Council, mentioned he had witnessed the replacement of the old guard personally throughout his career. Previously, Europeans had the guts to do this and face the music, when they turned out to be wrong. The modern era may be largely competent at regulating, but they don’t have the character to take personal responsibility, this individual said.

“ They will hide, weasel out there, cite instructions, the state of markets or even climate change, but won’t make decisions. Or when they do, they come disastrously late, ”   he said.

Medvedev said such political figures cannot command respect due to these personal qualities, as proved by the treatment they obtain from Ukrainian officials.

“ Could the particular Ukrainian ambassador call Chancellor [Helmut] Kohl ‘ liverwurst’? Would the existing president of Ukraine use a green T-shirt to some meeting with President [Jacques] Chirac? Of course not really, ”   Medvedev stated, referring to the former leaders associated with Germany and France.

The first incident he referred to was the name-calling associated with Chancellor Scholz by Kiev’s envoy in Berlin. Weeks later, Andrey Melnik said he  “ regretted”   calling Scholz an  “ offended liverwurst. ”

Medvedev’s second remark apparently referred to the way Volodymyr Zelensky was dressed whenever he hosted the leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Romania in Kiev earlier this month, whom all wore business suits and ties.

The particular Russian official blamed what he described as the  “ degradation”   of European politicians at the increasing subversion of the policies of European nations to the interest of the US.

“[Former French president] Charles de Gaulle could object to any American chief executive. Who among the Europeans at this point could do so without their particular hands trembling? They don’t think about the future. They are limited by their own flaccid electoral goals, ”   Medvedev said.

He noted that he was making this criticism public even though it would have been regarded a major faux pas during the past. He said such remarks were now deemed permissible  “ for obvious reasons”   in the West and in Russia.

There was small hope for positive change the scope of politicians, Medvedev said. He added that will President Vladimir Putin’s old joke that  “ since Mahatma Gandhi died, there is no one to talk to”   has proven to be spot-on.

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