Hollywood actor, bodybuilder and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger used his deceased Nazi father to attack Russia and Putin as if the Russki president is the new Hitler.
Schwarzenegger’s father was a Nazi Brownshirt who was injured at the famous battle of Stalingrad while fighting the Russian military in WWII.
Perhaps his dad’s battle against then-soviets is why he still holds a grudge against Russia despite claiming to love the country.
The actor’s affinity for Ukraine could also be related to the massive neo-Nazi presence in the Eastern European nation.
After all, Schwarzenegger has been accused by several people of commonly stating his admiration for Adolf Hitler, marching to Nazi war music, wearing an SS uniform and performing the Sieg Heil salute.
Despite his personal feelings on the Nazi regime, the bodybuilder distanced himself from his Nazi ties when he decided to get into politics and run for California governor in the early 2000s.
On Thursday, as the world is on the brink of WWIII, Schwarzenegger delivered a message tailored to Russian citizens and troops.
“There are things going on in the world that are being kept from you, terrible things that you should know about,” he condescendingly told the Russian people without a hint of irony regarding the brainwashing and propaganda Americans are also subjected to.
Next, the actor talked about meeting Russian weightlifter Yuri Vlasov when he was only 14-years-old.
At one point, Schwarzenegger’s father allegedly told him to take down a poster of Vlasov that hung in the teenager’s room and to replace it with an Austrian or German hero.
“He didn’t like Russians because of his experience in the Second World War,” the former governor said, adding that he did not take down the poster.
The diatribe was meant to show Schwarzenegger has respect for the people of Russia before he went on to “tell [them] the truth about the war in Ukraine.”
The actor oddly compared the dire situation in Ukraine with the January 6th debacle at the US Capitol.
“I know your government has told you this is a war to denazify Ukraine. Denazify Ukraine?” he asked with a puzzled face. “This is not true!”
“Ukraine is a country with a Jewish president,” he noted, adding that Zelensky’s family were allegedly “murdered by Nazis” in WWII.
Yes, Schwarzenegger’s fellow actor Zelensky is Jewish but his connections with the Nazi military groups in Ukraine are deep and his government is fully supporting them in the war against Russia.
Facebook has evenly temporarily allowed its users to praise Nazis due to their large presence in the Ukrainian military.
“The world has turned against Russia because of its actions in Ukraine,” Schwarzenegger said before repeating the questionable mainstream media claim that the Russians attacked a maternity hospital, killing women and children.
The Russian side says the Nazi Azov Batallion occupied the building, telling the press, “This maternity hospital has long been occupied by the Azov Battalion and other radicals. They drove out the women in labor, nurses and general staff. It was the base of the ultra-radical Azov battalion.”
This tearjerker claim comes without mention of the thousands of civilians confirmed to have been killed in the Donbas region over the past eight years by the US-backed Ukrainian military.
Continuing, Schwarzenegger echoed the claims that Russia is losing the war and has low troop morale, a theory recently countered by retired Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor.
Speaking directly to Russian troops, the Austrian actor oddly claimed, “Every bomb or every shell that falls is falling not on an enemy, but on a school, or a hospital, or a home.”
He then laughably told the Russian people and soldiers to “understand the disinformation and propaganda” they’re being told.
Make no mistake, the Russians aren’t the only ones engaging in high-level propaganda.