Propagandist Dmitry Kiselev told Moscow schoolchildren that the film about Vladimir Putin's palace was allegedly fake, the Rossiya-1 TV channel makes the most honest reports, and Yuri Dud suffers from "narcissism." The Sirena Telegram channel published a video from the meeting sent by readers.
Kiselev’s meeting with high school students took place on March 27 at school No. 2054. At it, the propagandist also said that Russia was surrounded by enemies, and two of his cars in Crimea were burned by “Ukrainian Nazis” and “thugs,” writes the Telegram channel.
The meeting was mandatory to attend. In grades 10-11, several lessons were canceled because of this.
At the meeting, one of the students said that Putin “robbed the country” and built himself a palace, to which Kiselev replied that the film by Alexei Navalny’s team was “fake”:
“Putin did not build a castle for himself and did not rob the country. I was in this room personally, personally. This is near Gelendzhik. This is ... Putin has never been there. This is a private hotel, which was built as a hotel with different entrances, with different rooms. What Navalny did is a cartoon, it’s computer graphics.”