The “no one asked you to have kids” official is now heroine of reptiloid comic strip
The comics are devoted to this year’s introduction of new taxes for self-employed Russians.
The scandalous Sverdlovsk official Olga Glatskikh has become the heroine of a series of comics about the alien invasion of reptiloids destroying humanity under the guise of civil servants. The author of the comic book is the artist Konstantin Bratishko. The comics are devoted to this year’s introduction of new taxes for self-employed Russians.
As conceived by the author, the official appears at the end of the hand-drawn story, removing the human mask and appearing in the image of an alien reptile.
“The state owns you nothing! The state did not ask you to have kids!” the comic's heroine says; her goal is the extermination of the human race.
Olga Glatskikh, who headed the Youth Policy Department of the Sverdlovsk region, became infamous for saying that “the state owes nothing to young people,” since no one “asked them to have kids.” Immediately after that, Glatskikh was excluded from the regional government. The fact that she publicly apologized did not save the official. Soon after the scandal, the official made a decision to resign.
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