Former Russian president and the current deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, wrote on his Telegram channel a post, in which he warned that an endlessly funneling weapons and support to Ukraine while pretending not to be directly involved in the conflict will not work for Western nations.
"The Kiev camarilla gave birth to the project of 'security guarantees', which in fact are a prologue to the Third World War. Of course, no one will give any 'guarantees' to the Ukrainian Nazis. After all, this is almost the same as applying Article 5 of the North Atlantic Pact (Washington Treaty) to Ukraine. For NATO, it's the same [sh*t], only side view. That's why it's scary. Our bosom friends – Western bosses of various calibers, to whom this hysterical appeal is addressed – must finally understand one simple thing. It directly concerns the hybrid war between NATO and Russia. If these idiots continue the unrestrained pumping of the Kiev regime with the most dangerous types of weapons, then sooner or later the military campaign will move to another level. Visible borders and potential predictability of the actions of the parties to the conflict will disappear from it. It will follow its own military scenario, involving new participants in it. It has always been so. And then Western countries will not be able to stay in their clean houses and flats, laughing at how they are carefully weakening Russia with someone else's hands. Everything will catch fire around them. Their people will experience real grief. They will literally have the earth burning and concrete melting. We'll get a lot of it, too. It will be very, very bad for everyone. After all, it is said, 'From these three plagues, from fire, smoke, and brimstone coming out of their mouths, a third part of the people died' (Rev 9:18). But now, the narrow-minded politicians and their dim-witted think tanks, thoughtfully twirling a glass of wine in their hands, talk about how they can deal with us without entering into a direct war. Dull idiots with a classical education."
Source: Dmitry Medvedev’s Telegram channel