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Shoigu’s son-in-law likes anti-war post and calls Z-activists cattle

The son-in-law of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, blogger Aleksey Stolyarov, endorsed a post by journalist Yuri Dud about Putin’s “senseless and bloody war” on the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine. When he was noticed in the list of those who liked the publication, Stolyarov removed the like and closed the profile,  writes the Moscow calling telegram channel.

After that, one of the Instagram users in strong terms demanded that the blogger explain his act in a personal message. She also asked why he wasn’t at war yet. Stolyarov called her “z-cattle” and sent to the front in response.

The situation aroused the indignation of supporters of the war. As a result, Stolyarov began to make excuses that he didn’t like anything, didn’t write to anyone, and it was all “photoshop”.

Meanwhile, Polygon Media discovered two more Stolyarov likes on Dud’s Instagram. He put one under an interview with director Alexander Molochnikov, who opposes the war. The second is for an interview with Novaya Gazeta editor-in-chief Dmitry Muratov.

The scandal surrounding Stolyarov was commented on by the head of the Wagner PMC, businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, who is in conflict with the Ministry of Defense. He said that the blogger should be sent to war in Ukraine. “We must catch Stolyarov and bring him to me. I will train him for six weeks, and since I myself am a Z-reed, I will help him improve by sending him to combat operations. <…> Before that, you can blow it into him, ” he wrote .

Prior to that, Stolyarov came under the gun of the media in January. As it turned out, he and his wife Ksenia Shoigu spent the New Year holidays in Dubai. For relaxation, they chose the Caesars Palace Dubai hotel, the cost of a room in which is about 40 thousand rubles per night. According to Insider estimates, the total accommodation alone cost the couple 500,000 rubles.

source: moscowtimes