Coronavirus has tested the resilience of Western democracies and above all of European solidarity. They both proved to be hollow. The critical point was the coronavirus outbreak in Italy which was left helpless by its European partners. Czechia seized a cargo of Chinese medical gear destined for Italy, Spain turned against Italy, and Germany preferred to close its borders. European inaction was also manifested by the comments made by Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic, who accused the Europeans for leaving his country helpless.
Prince Charles’ recent recovery from coronavirus, his successful reunion to his family, who for a while publicly kept a distance from their future king, bears witness of an antidote [against the COVID-19]. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recover demonstrates the same. [—] Should the Anglo-Saxons just desert the dominating position they have held for hundreds of years? No, this is not in the genes of the descendants of pirates like Drake and Morgan! Now is a suitable time to restore London’s authority and influence. Global networks fall apart, new will appear in new forms and shapes. This is time for the British Crown [“Korona” in Russian]. All this lends to the question: are we observing the revenge of the Anglo-Saxons in real time? Great Britain will have vengeance for China’s cunning actions in Hong Kong; for the Yank’s “indecent proposals”, suggesting a leash around the neck of the proud Britons, and for “all good things”, that the Brits had to endure from an ever growing pressure from the bureaucrats in Brussels, all still very much in fresh memory. Can you even imagine that Her Majesty should yield to the instructions from the Brussels’ bureaucrats, especially as they lack “noble blood”?
Conspiracy theory, presented without any evidence. A pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative linking Britain and Russophobia. The article is published by Mezhdunarodnaya Zhizn, the journal of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but was removed from the journal's website. The text is obtained from an archived version of the article. BBC Russian Services has investigated the presence of conspiracy theories in official Russian media.