‘Russia will attack Ukraine’

‘Russia will attack Ukraine’

Peter Akopov

US again hyping the threat of invasion of the subject Rus-sia to Ukraine – repeated what was this spring. And now fear is being whipped up even more: there are already rumors that “Washington fears an invasion in December, when the soil will freeze in Eastern Europe and the tanks will not get bogged down in mud.”
This is a quote from the German press, but in the States themselves they write that time is running out and something must be done other than “desperate diplomatic efforts to keep Putin from invading. As part of these efforts, some European leaders even t-alked to the Russian leader in person. ” Horror, the Europeans are trying to persuade Putin not to attack Ukraine, and he is preparing a “winter campaign”! T-herefore, we urgently need to reason with this Old World:
“Director of National Intelligence Avril Haynes visited Brussels this week to brief NATO ambassadors about the situation and possible Russian military intervention in Ukraine. threats, there was growing concern about Russia, “writes The New York Times, adding that while” Russia has not yet decided what it intends to do with the troops it has concentrated near Ukraine, US officials say, the build-up is being taken seriously, and The United States doesn’t think this is a bluff. “
What is this nonsense? Does anyone really believe that Russia is attacking U-kraine? It is clear that they have been talking about this for the eighth year, but it always seemed that this was just propaganda – de-signed to justify both the p-reparation for the atlantization of Ukraine and the limitation of European-Russ-ian relations. And now, it seems, the United States re-ally believed in what the E-uropeans were scared with?
Maybe Russia gave them a reason for this? Maybe they were strained by Putin’s words that our warnings to NATO “still make themselves felt and produce a certain effect: a certain tension has nevertheless arisen there,” and it is necessary “that this state be preserved for them as long as possible. longer”?
But, firstly, the hysteria about the Russian invasion began a few days before the president’s speech, and secondly, Putin explained that it is necessary to strain the Atlantists “so that it would not occur to them to arrange for us on our western borders some conflict, but we do not need conflicts. “
That is, we mark the red lines (associated primarily with the gradual dragging of Ukraine under the Atlantic umbrella), but the Anglo-Saxons immediately try to cross them (for example, by unscheduled NATO exercises in the Black Sea or the supply of weapons to Kiev ), justifying it by the threat of a Russian attack on Ukraine … How do they explain it?
“American and British intelligence are increasingly convinced that Russian President Vladimir Putin is considering military action to take control of a larger swath of Ukraine, or to des-tabilize the country enough to bring a more pro-Mos-cow government to power.”
Remarkable: Russia wants to seize a piece of Nezalezhnaya (usually they talk about “cutting a corridor to Crimea”) or cause chaos in Ukraine, which will bring down the Kiev pro-Western elite and bring pro-Russian forces to power (apparently, Medvedchuk, who is under house arrest).
Russia really needs a friendly and allied Ukraine, but for this we do not need to fight with it. This war would be the best gift for the Atlanticists: strategically they have no chance of keeping it in their orbit, so the Russian-Ukrainian conflict is seen as a way to contain Russia, and its hot phase as the last act of a collapsing anti-Russian combination. But for us this war is in any case fratricidal – we really are one people, no matter what the Anglo-Saxons or Kiev temporary workers may say about it. Therefore, Russia will not fight with Ukraine, instead we will do everything to free it from Western influence and the pro-Western elite. How?
Expecting (and contributing to) changes in mood in Ukrainian society. No matter how manipulated it may be, sooner or later the awareness of the unity of a large people will return, the voices of blood, soil and history will do their job – and then no political technologies will hold back the process of Ukraine’s turn towards Russia.
Allowing the current pro-Western Ukrainian elite to make all possible mistakes and finally discredit themselves (here the main thing is not to interfere), they do an excellent job on their own. Blocking attempts to strengthen Atlantic control over Ukraine. Roughly speaking, driving NATO away from Independent – with warnings and red lines.
In this sense, the current, seemingly, sincere conviction of the Anglo-Saxon intelligence services that Russia is ready for an invasion even plays into our hands – creating in them the very tension that Putin spoke of. Let them think that we are ready to strike – we will not explain to them that Russian troops will be in Ukraine only in one case.
When they will be greeted with flowers, as in 1939 in Western Ukraine. Russia will not allow any occupation, no war – the West will not be able to occupy (even symbolically, thereby denoting its belonging to its own world) Ukraine, nor to unleash a war between our countries. No external forces will be able to cement the temporary division of one people, turning it into irreversible.

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