The king of horror, Stephen King has been writing a lot about Ukraine since the beginning of the war, broadcasting his support for our country and teasing Putin on Twitter.
Stephen wrote again today about how badly Putin miscalculated by attacking Ukraine: "Putin assumed he was dealing with a lapdog. What he got was a wolverine. Slava Ukraini!"
Slava Ukraini, or glory to Ukraine in English, is a traditional Ukrainian greeting to which Ukrainians respond "Glory to the Heroes!" And we agree with King: glory to Ukraine!
Steven did not miss the topic of nuclear blackmail that Putin arranges on the planet: "Putin needs to be gone before he kills us all. One way or another." We remind you that the Western tabloids mentioned that "Putin released the nuclear genie." This means that Putin's tactics make it possible to blackmail weapons and encourage other countries to stockpile them.
One of the author's tweets was written not only to please the Ukrainians but in the unique manner of Stephen King: "Keep going, Vlad. Ukraine will empty your coffers and bleed you white." 2 thrilling sentences describe the events that are already happening to the ailing Putin.
“What the most of us have learned as kids on the playground: you don't stand by while a big kid beats up a little kid. You might take a punch or two making the big kid stop, but that's the right things to do," wrote Stephen King, describing the situation with big Russia and relatively small Ukraine. This tweet was made on February 24, the first day of Russia's war against Ukraine.
Moreover, support for King began even when Putin was only heating up the situation. Already on February 23, the writer tweeted about the mistake Putin is making.
"Mr. Putin has made a serious miscalculation. He forgot he's no longer dealing with Trump."
And editorial favorites: we recall with a smile Stephen King's tweet, in which a grandmother holds a cat in one hand and, with the other hand, shows an obscene gesture to someone (middle finger). The expression on the grandmother's face is more than serious. And King's signature: "Ukrainian woman welcomes Russian troops."
Glory to Ukraine! Glory to Heroes!