Aussie Cossack Simeon Boikov failed to show up for his own protest at Russian consulate
A notorious pro-Putin commentator known as “Aussie Cossack” failed to show up for his own rally outside the Russian consulate.
Simeon Boikov, 32, is seeking refuge at the consulate after an arrest warrant was issued for him in January after he failed to appear in court.
He is accused of assaulting a 76-year-old man at a rally in support of Ukraine at Sydney City Hall in December.
Simeon Boikov could only be seen at the rally on Saturday via his live stream
Freedom Rally” outside the Russian Embassy in Sydney, where Simeon Boikov has sought refuge from Australian authorities
On Saturday, Boikov supporters rallied outside the Russian consulate for a so-called “freedom rally” that also served as a campaign kick-off for NSW colleagues Ricardo Bosi and Dave Graham.
Despite sizzling a bratwurst and hundreds gathered with Russian flags and Z-shirts, a pro-Russia war symbol, the man of the hour didn’t show up.
The rally was touted as Boikov’s first public appearance since holed up in the consulate.
Instead, the YouTuber appeared on his video stream of the event after allegedly being told police would “jump” him if he left the building.
Boikov instead addressed the crowd via phone call.
“This war (in Ukraine) would have ended in a week if the Americans, Germans and NATO hadn’t sent in their weapons and their advisers. Their goal is not to win or lose the war,” he told the crowd.
“Your goal is to make as much money as possible.”
Supporters wished him a happy birthday over the live stream, which kept coming and going, much to Boikov’s frustration.
Mr. Boikov has amassed nearly 230,000 followers on his social media accounts including YouTube, Telegram and Facebook.
A portrait of Vladimir Putin could be seen in the crowd outside the Russian consulate
The 32-year-old was a prominent figure in the 2022 Canberra vaccination mandate protests and claims he is the leader of Australia’s Cossacks – a group promoting pro-Russian government sentiment.
Bosi, a former lieutenant colonel in the Australian Army’s Special Forces turned right-wing extremist, used the rally to launch his campaign for the NSW House of Lords.
He thanked the Russians for fighting in Ukraine and told the crowd it was a “debt we can never pay”.
The conspiracy theorist also claimed that if he were not elected to the NSW House of Lords “the evidence will be so strong that the NSW Electoral Commission will be found guilty of voter fraud”.
“It’s so obvious because we know that’s what they’re doing. Don’t vote too early,” he claimed.
“They throw them away and replace them with pre-filled ballot boxes that match their desired outcome.”
Bosi also targeted Queensland Police for explaining the Train family’s deadly ambush of police in the first fundamentalist Christian terror attack in Wieambilla Australia.
‘She had no idea what she was saying. She was desperate. Apparently, Christians are now terrorists.
“We had Islamist terrorists. Sorry, that was a mental illness. So we can’t find Islamic terrorists. But if you say the Lord’s Prayer and the Word sovereign, they must arrest you now.”
Simeon Boikov addressed the crowd via a phone call that went in and out
Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk
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