Vladimir Putin’s beautiful mother, Maria Zakharova, has accused Australia of being “totalitarian” by imprisoning her big fan Down Under.
In a shocking statement aired on YouTube, Zakharova claimed that the so-called ‘Aussie Cossack’ was a ‘political prisoner’ who had been wrongly detained.
Putin’s staunch supporter Simeon Boikov has been charged with felony criminal mischief for allegedly stalking a man accused of child molestation during a ‘liberation’ protest.
Zakharova said Boikov was a ‘prominent public figure in Australia’ who was a victim of the ‘repressive’ and ‘Russian’ authorities.
“Obviously politically motivated, the bail application was rejected, that is, the normal procedure in the Anglo-Saxon justice system was rejected,” he said.
Zakharova is the most prominent figure in the so-called ‘Red Lipstick Army’, a group of Putin employers who were selling his propaganda message, and reducing the ‘sharp edge’ of the brutality of the Russian war.
Valdimir Putin ‘Red Lipstick Army’ beauty queen Maria Zakharova (above) has released a shocking YouTube account condemning the ‘Aussie Cossack’ release.
Zakharova, whose YouTube channel is ‘Must Watch’ for millions of followers, said Simeon Boikov’s ban was politically motivated and accused Australia of being ‘totalitarian’ and ‘oppressive’.
His summary has been reported as “must-see” incidents by millions of followers on his YouTube channel, where he has claimed Ukrainian reports of a Russian air strike at a maternity hospital in March are false, and that Volodymyr Zelensky is developing biological weapons.
Zakharova’s latest video comes as Boikov is expected to appear in Burwood Local Court on Thursday on charges of disclosing the name of an alleged homosexual man whose identity was suppressed.
Boikov was arrested in May after pronouncing the name of a child sex offender at a ‘liberty’ rally on the Circular Quay of protesters against the Covid immunization authority, after which his bail application was rejected.
In an unusual video, Zakharova said Boikov’s denial of bail was evidence of a ‘normal procedure in the Anglo-Saxon justice system rejected’ and called Australia ‘Russophobic’.
The pro-Russian relative faces charges against him for violating a reprimand order, recklessly violating a non-publishing order, and using a car service to threaten, harass or harass.
In a strong defense of Boikov, Zakharova’s speech supports her claim that she is a ‘political prisoner’.
He also refers to her as ‘distinguished by the code of conduct’ and the repressive order allegedly violated as a ‘signal measure of restraint for a person accused of child abuse’.
“The views of the Trans-Boikal Cossacks are authoritative (and he) are followed by tens of thousands of registered users on social media,” he says.
Simeon Boikov (pictured) will be sentenced on Thursday after spending six weeks in jail on bail after violating a reprimand order for naming a suspected homosexual at a Covid conference.
The beautiful wife of the famous Russian actress Simeon Boikov, Ekaterina Olshannikova (above) popularly known as ‘Mrs. Cossack’ has urged supporters to write to her husband while he is in prison on a denied bail.
“He has many of his own audience including due to his unconventional perspective on a number of issues related to cultural values.
‘From his standpoint, it can be concluded that this is a real problem in Australia … confirmed by the defeat of May 21 this year in the Liberal-National coalition parliamentary elections.
Zakharova said it was “surprising” that an Australian court decided to adjourn the hearing until June 30, and Boikov was remanded in custody until then.
“Such a violent protest is totally inappropriate and gives a bad impression to the public, because those he spoke to (associated with child abuse) and not to those who exposed them should be sent to detention or treatment.
“We see in this case a clear desire to punish the working ally.”
He also said it was ‘an example of double standards and hatred against those who exercise the right to express their views freely which is not in line with the great Russophobic society that currently dominates Australia’.
Katia Elshannikova (left) claims ‘thousands’ of cards and letters of support were delivered to her husband’s prison, and her claim to be a ‘political prisoner’ is backed by Putin ‘Red Lipstick Army’ leader Maria Zakharova (right)
“The more liberal the statements, the more” western states “are showing totalitarian trends in their operational activities,” Zakharova said.
‘The health forces, the People, the Australian community and our colleagues on the “green continent” demand the immediate release of Simeon Boikov and the end of his suffering by the Australian repression agencies.’
Boikov has been court-martialed on charges of disobeying Covid’s driving license and driving.
He ordered the violent arrest against him on behalf of his beautiful wife, Ekaterina Olshannikova, less than a year after they were married.
Also known by her marriage name, Katia Boikova, she has taken the moniker of ‘Mrs. Cossack’ and maintained her Telegraph social network channel since her husband was denied bail.
Ms Boikova has urged her supporters to use postcards in prison and to donate to the war effort.
He informed supporters over the weekend that he had been transferred from Silverwater Prison to the ‘special management unit’ of the Long Bay Correctional Complex after being declared a ‘very dangerous prisoner’.
He also claimed ‘thousands of postcards and letters of support were brought to his cell every day’.
Ms Olshannikova released the AVO song against Simeon Boikov (top left, plus) in January, but the self-proclaimed ‘Mrs Cossack’ has supported her husband since he was denied bail last month.
Boikov, who claims Putin ‘only liberates’ from invading Ukraine, has described his wife as a ‘more adventurous’ follower of Putin than he is and claims he was ‘disgusted with how the West’ turned on Russia.
He and Boikov, 32, a former Sydney private schoolboy who attended Trinity Grammar and St Andrews Cathedral School, got married in a cultural ceremony in February last year, believed to have taken place at St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church. at Fairfield.
Boikov describes himself as a ‘freedom fighter’ and the self-appointed leader of his Aussie Cossack movement.
He has also campaigned against catastrophic locks and anti-Covid vaccines.
Simeon Boikov, ‘Aussie Cossack’, was incarcerated in Silverwater prisons and then Long Bay, his wife Katia says, as a ‘very dangerous prisoner’.
The video clip came from one of the ‘Red Lisptick Army’ Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered a “hard edge” from the harsh reality of his war against Ukraine.
Earlier this year, Mr Boikov described Scott Morrison’s promise to send Ukraine $ 70 million to fund missiles and weapons as dangerous to Australians and called the Australian Prime Minister ‘absolutely foolish’ to provoke Putin who was ‘not talking about anything’.
Mr Boikov said it was foolish for Australia to be involved in ‘financing death, destruction, tragedy and bloodshed (in Ukraine)’.
‘Is it a PR Stunt?’ he said.
Mr Boikov claims to be a student of Russian and European history who believes that ‘Nazi’-led forces have been fighting Russian-speaking speakers in Ukraine since the coup in 2014.
Despite acknowledging ‘many insane people’ follow him ‘, Mr Boikov said 98 percent of his loyal supporters believe that Australia’ should not make missiles or fund war against Russia ‘.
He described the Western campaign as being behind Ukraine and opposing Russia as a ‘sign of goodwill’ and ‘mocking’ Instagram models …. who suddenly became fascinated with the war immediately by placing the yellow and blue colors of the Ukrainian flag on the pages. their Instagram posts such as “they are followers of Parramatta Eels”.
“I oppose the war, but the war has replaced Covid as a recent terrorist campaign,” he said.