The Guardian’s Report About The “Mozart Group” Goes Against The West’s Narrative
The latest reports from Amnesty International, CBS News, and now The Guardian are incredibly damning for Kiev’s cause and will understandably result in a lot of confusion among their targeted Western audience that’s hitherto been brainwashed to believe in an alternative reality that’s completely divorced from the objective one.
The Guardian published a report last Friday about the “Mozart Group”, a Western mercenary outfit “largely funded by US private donors”, which goes against the prevailing Mainstream Media (MSM) narrative about the Ukrainian Conflict. Far from being “battle-hardened gladiators that are successfully repelling Russia”, the British outlet revealed that Ukrainian forces are inexperienced, poorly trained, and that only 1 in 40 of them even knew that “zeroing” their weapon (“aligning the sights so you can aim at a target”) is “the first thing you do” when out in the field. This follows Amnesty International’s report that Kiev broke international law by militarizing residential areas and thus de facto using civilians as human shields as well as CBS News’ report that Western arms sent to Ukraine might end up in terrorists’ hands.
That crumbling former Soviet Republic has therefore just been hit by a series of MSM reports that go against the West’s narrative about the Ukrainian Conflict, which can be interpreted as an overwhelming shift in the official discourse that might even suggest that more damning claims might soon be made against Kiev and thus result in decisively changing popular perceptions about its cause. The latest one coming from The Guardian is especially embarrassing for Zelensky since it shows that the tens of billions of dollars that he’s received thus far from his foreign patrons have failed to enhance his side’s military capabilities. Instead, Kiev has gotten so desperate for support that it’s now relying on supposedly donor-funded mercenaries training its troops to make a last stand in the face of unstoppable Russia’s advance.
The situation is so bad that one of this newly formed group’s members named Dathan told The Guardian named that “You ask medics what their qualifications are and they say: ‘Well I was given this bag and now I’m the medic…It’s backwards: you don’t go to combat first and then come back to be trained. The Ukrainian government doesn’t want to say that most of their military isn’t really trained.” Another one that talked to that British outlet on the condition that they quote him under the pseudonym “Alex” revealed that “They are 36-, 37-year-old men and four months ago these guys were taxi drivers or farmers… it is quite sad to be honest…[Kiev’s forces] are not deploying the weapons (received from the West)… They are not getting the training they need (from them).”
The increasing privatization of this conflict aligns with the trend that first became noticeable during the US-led Western invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq that was most infamously embodied by the scandals connected with the former “Blackwater”. While the “Mozart Group” insists that it doesn’t send its mercenaries into battle, it’s still a major development that they’ve been tasked with training Kiev’s forces since nobody else can supposedly do so properly. It should also be remembered that prior reports indicated that its troops were being trained in several European countries, but those exercises obviously haven’t been effective if that crumbling former Soviet Republic has now become so desperate that it’s relying on supposedly donor-funded mercenaries to this end.
The average Westerner will likely be left with a very uncomfortable impression upon reading The Guardian’s latest report. They’ve thus far been indoctrinated by the MSMS into imagining that Kiev’s forces are crushing Russia’s, yet the former’s slow but steady losses along the eastern and southern fronts since the start of the conflict – the pace of which was just exposed by Amnesty International to have been due to its militarization of residential areas and de facto exploitation of civilians as human shields – proves that something’s very wrong with what everyone’s been told up until this point. That ominous feeling is only reinforced by the knowledge that Western governments’ training of Kiev’s forces has been so ineffective that donor-funded mercenaries have now been brought in to compensate.
The emerging trend is that the MSM has indisputably begun to turn on Kiev by now actively working to discredit the same false information warfare narrative about its alleged “invincibility and successes”, though it’s unclear how far this will go. Nevertheless, the latest reports from Amnesty International, CBS News, and now The Guardian are incredibly damning for that side’s cause and will understandably result in a lot of confusion among their targeted Western audience that’s hitherto been brainwashed to believe in an alternative reality that’s completely divorced from the objective one. It might very well be the case that the US is preconditioning the public to accept Kiev’s capitulation to some, most, or perhaps all of Moscow’s demands so that Washington can “Pivot to Asia” (again) to “contain” China real soon.