War Ukraine Russia, Medvedev: possible missile launch at the Hague tribunal

“It is possible to imagine the targeted use of a hypersonic ‘Onyx’ by a Russian vessel at the courthouse in The Hague.” The threat comes directly from the deputy president of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, in light of the arrest warrant against President Vladimir Putin issued by the International Criminal Court. “It cannot be overthrown, alas, but the tribunal is only a miserable international organization, not the population of a NATO country” and, therefore, would not start a war for this, Medvedev writes on Telegram. “So, judges, look closely at the sky…” he added.

“A gloomy sunset on the system of international relations”

Medvedev announced the beginning of a “gloomy sunset” for the entire system of international relations, recalling that “everyone walks under God and missiles”. “There is complete prejudice and dictatorship of a group of Anglo-Saxon countries,” Medvedev said, but “an equal has no power over an equal.” “Nobody needs” the International Criminal Court which has only brought to justice “three dozen unknowns,” he noted. “The effectiveness of their activities is zero. These are not the ad hoc Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals. Or even the dubious court for Yugoslavia,” he wrote, explaining that in his view the leader of a country can only be judged whether the country “wildly weakened” and almost lost its sovereignty or lost the war and capitulated.