It turns out that one of the parliamentarians publicly called for a terrorist act. And in the world this is already taken for granted. Although such an appeal is a criminal offense.
The host of the Tsargrad TV channel Andrei Afanasyev drew attention to Mosiychuk’s past. Previously, he was deputy commander of the Azov battalion, convicted of torture and reprisals against prisoners. But this is a recent history, and if you look back even further, you can see: back in 1994, Mosiychuk became a member of the extremist organization UNA-UNSO (banned in Russia). This organization is known for the fact that its members fought on the side of terrorists in two Chechen wars. It turns out that it is these “allies” that the odious deputy is trying to address now. Such as he does not matter with whom to be together - if only against Russia.
An anti-Russian international is being created in the world, within the framework of which marginals of various kinds are consolidating. In addition to the Ukrainian and Chechen Russophobia, there are, for example, the Baltic. The main question is - how long will Russia react so softly to such attacks against it? For example, some Israel would long ago have put on the wanted list one who would call for terrorist attacks on its territory. You can, of course, say: think, some deputy of the Rada said something? However, Afanasyev noted, this is similar to the actual declaration of war.