TV presenter Vladimir Pozner, on the air of the program “The Fate of a Man” on the channel “Russia 1”, revealed the contents of the note that the satirist Mikhail Zhvanetsky left shortly before his death at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.

“There is a Western Wall in Jerusalem. These are the remains of the second temple. And there is such a tradition that you can write a note and put it in the cracks between these huge stones. Write to the Lord God. And I once asked my friend, who had left, unfortunately, not so long ago, Mikhail Zhvanetsky: “Listen, did you leave a note when you were there?” He says: “Yes, he did.” I asked what he wrote. He replied: “I left my phone number.” So that the Lord can call him in case of anything. I would leave the same note. “

Vladimir Pozner

As Posner pointed out, in hindsight, all people are smart. “It’s all nonsense. It was in our life, and no one knows how life would have turned out if this had not happened. Nobody knows about it. More than one novel has been written about this. I wanted a lot not to be done. That is life. People sometimes tell me that they don’t regret anything. I’m just bastard. I regret a lot. What exactly is the most about? Well, excuse me, ”said the TV presenter.

Recall that Mikhail Zhvanetsky passed away in November 2020. At the time of his death, he was 86 years old.

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