The rapidly evolving events around that region have compellingly discredited the prevailing interpretation of the Ukrainian Conflict that’s hitherto been pushed by the multipolar quarters of the Alt-Media Community. Considering all that’s transpired over just the past few days, it’s now time for key influencers to reassess a lot of what they’d taken for granted if they sincerely aspire to obtain as objective an understanding of everything as possible.
This piece ist just as hilarious as the preceding one 🤣
Although for a very different reason: It is absolutely fascinating for someone used to be able to simply tell the truth, how a grown up man can contort himself slave like to at just hint at the truth in a regime where lying abounds and nothing is more dangerous to put oneself in Siberian gulag then to bluntly state the truth.
This is a bs propaganda article to convince the USA to give more weaponry.
When even the ruSSians terrorist propaganda starting to crack.
One thing that has to be reminded is that Ukraine always was able to make such a counter offensive. With or without Nato help. If you put enough troops into it and give them enough drugs. Any military is able to do it. The battlefront is enormous and even Ukraine with a vastly greater number of troops cannot cover all of it properly. The obvious problem is at what a cost. So, if Russia does not want to lose troops, if Ukraine makes such a strong move on a least covered position, all it can do is retreat. There are many wars being fought simultaneously. Focusing only on Ukraine is perhaps unavoidable and practical but nevertheless leaves missing a whole universe of important matters that affect this part of the world war directly. I would also like to add that comparing Russia capability to create and impose narratives with that of the USA is ridiculous.
Quite a good perspective from a Pro-Russian point of view. Does not deny setbacks, but frames them in a way that every war has setbacks and as long as there are moves to correct them, there is still hope. Well written.
Given the buildup of Ukrainian forces around Kharkiv over the last fortnight and the expectation of a major counter-offensive in the North-East, the big question is why Russia failed to respond to it in time. Came across an interesting view that for Russia holding onto Kherson was the bigger strategic priority. Presented with two threats building in the West and North East - and with a limited number of troops to counter both threats simultaneously - Russia had to repel the threat in Kherson first, even if that put the NE at risk.
I enjoyed this write up. I want to read cogent write up from both sides in this conflict. The current Kharkiv offensive seems to be going well. The much talked about Kherson offensive feels almost like a feint, but I certainly don't know one way or the other. One thing I feel certain of: either this "shock" to the Russian lines will be reversed by a counter attack very soon, or the Russian capabilities have been greatly exaggerated. Putin is not a man to give up......... So my question is where will he pressure next and will we see it coming or not.
When the long-touted anti-Russia sanctions were imposed in late Feb. Putin told his govt. that they should prepare for these conditions to last until at least 2023. I took that as much a ref. to the military conflict as to the economy. So from the outset, the Russian govt. expected the conflict to last at least 1 year. We're only 6 months in. Lots more water to flow under this particular bridge before. Don't see why anyone would be calling 'victory' or anything similar at this point.
Thank you for this brutally honest assessment of the proceedings that have occurred over the last two days.