War in Ukraine: “Putin is a state terrorist,” says Bernard-Henri Lévy
10:31 a.m. September 25, 2022
The philosopher and essayist Bernard-Henri Lévy recently called Vladimir Putin a “state terrorist”. As a guest of the Grand Rendez-vous d’Europe 1 / CNews / Les Echos, he sticks to his words and specifies that the Russian head of state is not behaving very differently from the Islamists of Daesh”.
Back from the Ukraine reveals Bernard-Henri Lévy Paris match his report on the Ukrainian counter-offensive. How far will the war go? Is Vladimir Putin really weak? Where are the paths to peace when nuclear escalation threatens? For the philosopher, guest of Big meeting Sunday: “Putin is a state terrorist […] who behave not very differently from the Islamists of Daesh”.
“I have long thought that Putin is a dangerous man, that he hates democracies, that he hates France, that he hates the West and that he will do everything to end this hatred,” he continued.
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