Andrey (azangru) wrote,

So the BBC reported yesterday on the vote about giving the OPCW some additional investigative powers. Russia voted against the proposal, and a BBC journalist wants to present the Russian point of view. In order to do so, she goes on to interview none other than Vitaly protect-the-children-from-gay-propaganda Milonov, who is physically painful to listen to; his words, intonations, speech mannerisms, and the very mental processes are a punishment to inflict upon the listeners. Now, why would the BBC choose such a repulsive personality to voice the Russian position?


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