Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has posted his (and the Kremlin’s) predictions for the coming year on his Twitter page. Needless to say, most of them are absolutely bold. He did not forget to include Hungary in his visions. Read our article to find out what he predicts for 2023.
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, now chairman of the Russian National Security Council, has posted some stark predictions for 2023 on his Twitter page. It is not clear how much of it is trolling, Portfolio writes, but some of the predictions seem to be quite surreal. Some of them even mention Hungary directly.
Medvedev begins his line of thought by saying that he sees a race on for “futuristic and absurd” predictions for the year 2023, and therefore publishes “their contribution on the subject.” It is worth noting that the Russian politician uses the plural, so he is not just presenting his own thoughts.
Medvedev’s (and the Kremlin’s?) predictions are as follows:
Finally, Medvedev sends a festive greeting to their “friends”:
“Season greetings to you all, Anglo-Saxon friends, and their happily oinking piglets!”
In the comments, Elon Musk calls the predictions utterly absurd. He wrote “Those are definitely the most absurd predictions I’ve ever heard, while also showing astonishing lack of awareness of the progress of artificial intelligence and sustainable energy.” Four hourse before that, though, he replied “Epic thread!!”
Source: Portfolio.hu, Twitter