The ‘cunning plan’ of the Anglo-Saxons

The ‘cunning plan’ of the Anglo-Saxons

Petr Akopov

They want to burn Ukraine to the gro-und, but not “Russ-ian aggressors”, but “American defenders”. This became completely clear after long-awaited dear guests were received in Kyiv on Easter.
The leaders of the EU and some European states have already made their appearance in the Ukrainian capital, and the turn of the most important allies, the Americans, has come. Biden did not attend, but sent two key officials: Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. The footage of the latter’s fraternization with Ukrainian politicians and generals – and Zelensky brought the entire leadership of the country to a meeting with the Americans – is very revealing. But much more important is what Blinken and Austin said after the talks.
“We don’t know how long this war will last, but we know that a sovereign and independent Ukraine will exist much longer than Vladimir Putin. And our support for Ukraine will continue until we see final success…” – these are the words of Anthony Blinken.
“We want Russia to be weakened to the point where it can no longer do what it did during the invasion of Ukraine. They have already lost a lot of military capability and we want them to not be able to replicate this very quickly.” potential…” – and this is Lloyd Austin.
The defense minister also said that Zelensky expressed deep appreciation for the assistance provided and that “he is determined to win” and the United States “is determined to help them win”:
“In terms of their ability to win, the first step to victory is the belief that you can win. And because they believe that we can win. We believe that we – they – can win if they have the right equipment, the right support and we’re going to do our best and continue to do our best.”
What do these words mean, as well as another statement by British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss : “We will not rest until Putin fails and Ukraine wins”?
The Anglo-Saxons finally declared their goal the defeat of Russia, which consists not only in dragging out the war in Ukraine through the supply of weapons, but also in the maximum weakening of our country and the armed forces. Austin will speak directly: to such a level that the Russian army could no longer “do what it did,” that is, attack and conduct military operations on foreign territory.
The military victory of Ukraine in this case becomes not just a defeat for Russia, but also a victory for the West, moreover, a victory achieved by someone else’s hands: the hands of one part of the Russian world at war with another. Do the Anglo-Saxons really not understand how such statements are treated in Moscow? Don’t they see that by making her defeat their goal, they deprive themselves of the opportunity later, when everything is over, at least to save face?
Because Russia will win anyway, the only question is the price of this victory. And not only for us, but also for Kyiv. The willingness of the Anglo-Saxons to burn Ukraine in the fire of war is beyond doubt, but the leadership of the United States and Great Britain, in theory, should have thought about how to explain what happened to their citizens later. After all, if Ukraine lost, then the United States and Great Britain, who bet on the victory of Kiev, also lost ?
But maybe they will be able to pass off a defeat for a victory? Ukraine without an army and access to the sea, with a panic-minded society that hates its own elite – this is also Ukraine, so the Russians lost? And is it okay that even such a Ukraine will not receive security guarantees from the West (because no one will give them to a country whose future depends only on Russia), and this will also be presented as a defeat for Moscow? The problem is that such tricks can only deceive completely naive people, not to mention how the rest of the non-Western world will simply laugh: in the West they are trying to deceive their own citizens about the “defeat of Russia”.
So it turns out that the Anglo-Saxons really believe that they can win? But this contradicts not only reality, but also the opinion of objective Western military experts: none of them talks about the likelihood of such a scenario. The most that the West can count on is the prolongation of hostilities, but even here the end result is beyond doubt.
There is only one real opportunity to defeat Russia: to achieve our collective suicide, that is, unrest in the country and its destruction from within. But this most important stake of the West does not work, as Vladimir Putin said on Monday, “and here there is a hitch, it doesn’t work out.” At the same time, although the stake on a split in Russia is still considered by the Anglo-Saxons to be extremely effective, even such their conviction does not explain the need for such a rigid binding of their goals to its defeat on the battlefield.
Indeed, by emphasizing the desire for such an outcome, the Anglo-Saxons only strengthen the unity of our society, because many of those who do not support the operation in Ukraine and Vladimir Putin do not want the defeat of their own army, realizing what dire consequences this could lead to. It’s like with the abolition of everything Russian in the West: it came as a shock to many of our Westerners, forcing them to reconsider their attitude not only towards him, but also towards their own country.
What then is the key to the “cunning plan” of the Anglo-Saxons, why do they say and do what right now or later will hit them themselves? Alas, there is no secret, the West has once again become a hostage of its own attitude towards the Russians: a mixture of misunderstanding and demonization. He believed that if the Russians “didn’t take Kyiv in three days,” then they could lose, especially since they are opposed by the same Russians, only under Ukrainian markings (we must not forget that for smart Atlantic strategists, Russians and Ukrainians are one people, no matter how persistently they publicly assured otherwise). I believed it – despite my own penchant for pragmatic realism.
Therefore, betting on the defeat of Russia is just an attempt to play the Ukrainian card for the last time, to raise the stakes as much as possible, to bluff to the last, throwing up weapons and inspiring Kyiv. In the hope that the Russians will blink, falter, and if they don’t crumble, then at least retreat from their goals.
And when the fog clears and it turns out that Ukraine has lost, the West will no longer have time for excuses: too many overripe problems will break out, both domestic and foreign political trials and changes will be too strong. And the answers to the question: “Why did not Russia lose, but we?” – will be of interest only to future historians.

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