About "Soviet scum"
Krasovsky's scandalous and offensive statements during his work at RT were heard even before the start of the war in Ukraine. Here is how, for example, he emotionally reacted to the empty shelves in stores when the Russians sold out products against the backdrop of a pandemic:
“Fuck the pasta, why can’t you eat normal food?! Fucking you scum, fucking Soviet!
About the Ukrainian constitution
Krasovsky repeatedly said that Ukraine should not exist at all, and he made such statements before the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine (for example, in January 2022):
“This country [Ukraine] should not exist. And we will do our best to avoid it. And I fucking told you - we will burn your constitution right on Khreshchatyk.
About Ukrainians and the Ukrainian language
And here is what Krasovsky said after the Russian invasion: “In general, I emphasize, there should not be any Ukrainians. The Ukrainian language should be banned."
About the Russian intelligentsia
According to Krasovsky, "there is no class more disgusting, stupider, more useless and more arrogant than the Russian intelligentsia":
“All these children of Soviet bastards with dachas in Kratovo and Valentinovka, with blat at Moscow State University and blunts on diplyazh. With this hatred for the people and fear of them. Sit, creatures, in your villages until we return the villages to the house.
About YouTube staff
After YouTube began banning state media channels for Russian audiences, Krasovsky issued the following statement:
“F*** you, creatures. And I would have arrested those fuckers who worked here at Google and YouTube.
On the same day, Krasovsky spoke in favor of cutting off gas supplies to the West: “Answer me just one question: why don’t we turn off gas to these n***am?! But why?!"
On the morning of October 10, Russia shelled the territory of Ukraine. 83 missiles were fired at various cities, including Kiev. The authorities reported that 11 people were killed and another 87 were injured. The Deputy Head of the Zelensky Office issued a statement that Ukraine needs to be prepared for the consequences of shelling, up to rolling blackouts.
In response to this, Krasovsky wrote: “It is necessary to achieve not rolling, but complete blackouts of electricity and heat. throughout their territory."
"Not enough Vinnytsia!"
In July of this year, Krasovsky published a record of his trip to eastern Ukraine and lamented that "Vinnitsa is not enough." On the eve of Vinnitsa was fired upon by the Russian military. Artillery hit the center of the city - the House of Officers on Victory Square, as well as the neighboring house of life, in which there were banks, a registry office and a medical center. A few hours later it became known about 23 dead, including three children. It was reported that one girl was 4 years old, the other two children who died were six and seven years old.
“You thought that I was in the Crimea. But I was in Kherson and Kakhovka. I saw these crying people left homeless, losing everything. Little Vinnytsia! Few! I hope the final decision will be made tomorrow. Real, combat,” wrote Krasovsky.
"Destroy this creature"
In August, Krasovsky called for the destruction of the politician Ilya Ponomarev, along with the publication Meduza, which published an interview with him:
"I'm asking you guys to destroy this creature. Urgently. And of course by accident. Well, if possible, this f***ing Meduza,” he wrote.
Dances in honor of the shelling of Ukraine
On October 10, when Russia shelled Ukrainian territory with 83 rockets, Krasovsky (apart from the joyful message: “To say that I am happy is to say nothing at all”) posted a video in which he danced on the balcony in pajamas of the Russian Army and a cap with Z-symbols.
Margarita Simonyan, Krasovsky’s boss, experienced similar emotions that day: on her social networks, she published messages about the “answer” that had arrived and listed Russian proverbs that, in her understanding, explained the Russian strikes.