The daughter of the actor and director Vladimir Mashkov, Maria, came to the commentary on social networks to the producer and husband of the singer Valeria Iosif Prigogine. She lives in America and criticizes her father, who supported the NWO.
Maria Mashkova praised the half-hour recording of a conversation between two interlocutors leaked to the Web, which, according to users, is very similar to the voices of Joseph Prigozhin and businessman Farkhad Akhmetov. She was also indignant that the producer denied this conversation.
– Oh, I already replicated! Listen without stopping! I even learned something. So I wanted to hug you for the first time in my life. You suddenly turned from a cartoon into a real decent (or at least aware) person. I went to your page, and here again … a cartoon. OK. It doesn’t matter what you said. Everyone will be accountable! Strength to you!
Prior to this, the daughter of a famous actor urged in her accounts “not to be cowardly and run into the unknown”, “in exile it is scary, but not like on the eve of the counteroffensive of Ukraine,” Maria scared her subscribers.
For a not very long time, the position of Mashkov’s only daughter changed to aggressive. Maria, who lives in the USA, wished to see her father in the dock.
– See you in The Hague, where our fathers will be judged. There we will hug and cry, saying: “What could we do?” We were not yet 40 years old. Love to all dads who are mired in evil … I, like a daughter, will still fight for my own, ”Mashkova said.
Shortly before the last “revelations” Mashkov refused to renounce his only child, saying that he asked her to return to her homeland, but she did not agree. The actor himself is actively touring with performances in the Donbass. “Here the whole Russian world defends its land… We are one people, we have one destiny, and we will have one victory. There can be no other,” Mashkov said during one of his speeches in Lugansk.
Elizaveta Boyarskaya likes “creatures”
However, not all daughters are so ungrateful. Liza Boyarskaya and her husband Maxim Matveev initially criticized the SVO, but, probably, over time they decided not to comment on their point of view and, moreover, not to discuss the position of the famous musketeer and father Mikhail Boyarsky, who supports the Russian special operation in Ukraine. “The most important thing for a person is to be needed by his country, city, surrounding people,” Boyarsky, 72, explained his position.
In July last year, journalist Alexander Evseev told how he tried to interview Maxim Matveev, but it never took place. The actor, together with his wife Elizaveta Boyarskaya, from the first days of the special operation opposed it. Refusing to explain, Boyarskaya nevertheless demonstrates her position by liking the hateful posts of Alla Pugacheva, who emigrated to Israel. After the words to the citizens of the Russian Federation that they are “serfs and slaves,” Pugacheva said that she considers Russians who disagree with her opinion to be “creatures and liars,” and Lisa liked it.
The writer and politician Yevgeny Prilepin, in his post about fathers and children, draws an analogy with the pre-war years of the last century. “I remember that in the 1990s it was already customary in decent circles to be skeptical of Sholokhov’s stories, where every second story is about how a son goes against his father, a brother against his brother, and a grandfather against his grandson. Like, too literary, like in Indian cinema, but now, according to him, the modern family chronicle is less and less different from Sholokhov’s times.
Journalist and critic Anna Narinskaya supports Ukraine and lives in Europe. This is the daughter of the famous Soviet poet and screenwriter Yevgeny Rein, who was part of Anna Akhmatova’s entourage. Now, on his page on social networks, the journalist writes with bitterness about the cancellation of concerts, festivals, performances, the seizure of books, complains that Russian culture is being canceled in Russia, and not in the hostile West. Despite the fact that in Russia her books were not banned. After yet another moaning about a difficult fate, when “it’s a shame to be from Russia”, in public they compared the situation with the layouts of the troubled times, “when the unfinished appanage and boyar outsiders cooperated with people from nowhere, like Zarutsky, Bolotnikov and other impostors, and tried to monetize their position redoubled.”
“Why do we need a decolonial view of Russian literature?” is one of the last texts by Narinskaya at the Carnegie Endowment, where she, along with American writers, tries to accuse the Russian classics of “imperiality nesting in it.” Along the way, criticizing the defenders of Donbass that they turned to the portraits of Alexander Pushkin, restoring cities destroyed by the Armed Forces of Ukraine from oblivion. Among other things, Narinskaya does not agree with the madness of the leftism of American politics, which has already “given” the world hundreds of genders and racial abolitions. She calls it a “Soviet trauma”, afraid to admit that the king is naked, and American trends in culture are painful for a normal, that is, healthy psyche.