Strelkov: Ukraine will be "torn to pieces" after it fulfills its assigned role

War between Ukraine and Russia is inevitable. This was stated on the air of the YouTube channel "Roy TV" by the former Minister of Defense of the DPR Igor Strelkov (Girkin).

He explained that for the sake of this war, the Maidan was organized in Kiev, in order to subsequently use Ukraine against the Russian Federation.

For this, perhaps, Putin was planted with an idea to take Crimea. <...> He was pushed to this: "Take Crimea, we will not protest, Ukraine will stop and agree." And he pecked. So war is inevitable anyway. The Russian Federation can take the Left Bank, not take the Left Bank, create Novorossiya, not create Novorossiya, give Ukraine the Kuban - war is inevitable anyway

- he said.

Strelkov explained that the West needs Ukraine only for one purpose, so that it “breaks down” on the Russian Federation, causing irreparable damage to it. After Ukraine plays its assigned role, it will finally be plundered, "wiping its feet on it" and divided, "torn to pieces." Figuratively speaking, Ukraine for the West is a consumable that will be thrown away after use.

Therefore, there will be no “Great Ukraine” from Lvov to Astrakhan, which will include the Kuban and Stavropol regions, as Ukrainian nationalists dream of. The West is not interested in creating a large state with its capital in Kiev, since there are no Ukrainians for it, but there are Russians, whom it does not feel sorry for. Therefore, the West wants to split Russia too, and Ukraine for it is just a place where the Russians must kill the Russians and at the expense of the Russians.

Ukraine will receive nothing, even if it finds itself in the camp of the victors in a future war. They will take everything away from her. They will give something to the Turks so that they do not show off, they will give something to someone else, they will create a bunch of independent "fleas" in the North Caucasus, they will cut from the same Stavropol Territory, Ukraine will not get anything. Moreover, Ukraine itself, as soon as it is used, will immediately be torn apart, because in the eyes of the West there are no Ukrainians, there are Russians, and that's it.

- says Strelkov.

He stressed that the West will feed only those residents of Ukraine who will go to fight against the Russian Federation instead of NATO soldiers. No one to lift the economy Ukraine will not be, not to mention the standard of living of the rest of the population.

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  1. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
    Dart2027 12 December 2021 16: 41
    He is right in almost everything, except for one thing - the war has been going on since 2014.
    Only this is not the war to which Russia was pushed - it is a hybrid war in which the army plays a supporting role. Perhaps it will come to the army, perhaps not, we'll see.
  2. Pink 123 Floyd 328 (Pink Floyd) 12 December 2021 16: 49
    A modern, peace-loving reader may wonder why Putin would want war. Of course, Putin is familiar with the legacy of Vyacheslav von Plehve, Russia's Interior Minister, who famously said in 1904: "We need a small victorious war to keep Russia from revolution." Soon after, von Plehve was assassinated by a revolutionary. However, the Russo-Japanese War of 1904; 1905 had already begun. She was neither small nor victorious. As a result, she became the catalyst for the 1905 revolution.
    However, a small victorious war with Ukraine is also impossible. As the new Minister of Defense of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov recently noted: “The human cost for Ukraine will be catastrophic, but Ukrainians will not grieve alone. Russia will also suffer huge losses. The big war in Ukraine will plunge the whole of Europe into a crisis. "
    Russia's mistake in 1904 was that it did not take Japan seriously as a military power. When Japan emerged victorious from the war, the king's power was fatally weakened, which opened the way for the revolution that began then. The Russo-Ukrainian War of 2022 could prove to be an even more serious mistake that Putin is unlikely to survive.
    1. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
      Dart2027 12 December 2021 17: 07
      Quote: Pink 123 Floyd 328
      However, a small victorious war with Ukraine is also impossible.

      In order for there to be a war, you need at least a semblance of an enemy from the other side. Considering the fact that the Armed Forces of Ukraine got rid of the militia, this raises strong doubts.

      Quote: Pink 123 Floyd 328
      Of course, Putin is familiar with the legacy of Vyacheslav von Plehve, Russia's Interior Minister, who in 1904 uttered the famous phrase

      But Kuropatkin, in a conversation with whom Plehve allegedly said this, and to whose memoirs A. A. Morskoy referred, who described this in his book "The Exodus of the Russian Revolution of 1905 and the Government of Nosar", did not write any memoirs and in his diaries nothing of the kind did not write, although there are conversations with Plehve.

      Quote: Pink 123 Floyd 328
      The big war in Ukraine will plunge the whole of Europe into a crisis

      Does Europe know?
    2. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) 12 December 2021 17: 21
      Of course, Putin is familiar with the legacy of Vyacheslav von Plehve, Russia's Interior Minister, who famously said in 1904: "We need a small victorious war to keep Russia from revolution."

      Oh, those crazy predictors of the revolution laughing If you had better get some dung for the winter. yes
    3. Screw Offline Screw
      Screw (Gennady) 13 December 2021 07: 02
      Here the participation of Russia in the Entente looks strange - ten years have passed since the kr was sunk. "Varyag", and after all, English and French warships were spectators in the battle at Chemulpo. They picked their noses. And we could leave Chemulpo together. If Putin survives any war, don't go to a fortune-teller.
  3. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 12 December 2021 16: 50
    Unlike Ischenkovsky, Igor Ivanovich's realistic forecast (and he has the right to do so)! good hi
    Podfashington Banderwa is just as dumb fool , as in the days of Hitler's "common Europe"!
    Then, too, brought in the occupying wagon train, inflated Stetsko and Bandera in 1941 proclaimed their "independent derzhava", but the Germans immediately showed their real place "at the master's leg", in a pack of last mongrels! negative
  4. Miffer Offline Miffer
    Miffer (Sam Miffers) 12 December 2021 17: 31
    Now in Russia there is a lot of freedom of speech and even more empty chatter.
    I hardly follow the speeches of the historian-archivist Girkin, but it seems to me that his prophecies never come true, therefore, there is absolutely no need to waste time on them.
  5. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 12 December 2021 18: 31
    - Personally, I have already written many times that Russia does not know how to win "small victorious wars" (I can easily give my old comments about this) ... - she (Russia) simply never won them ... - just never did not win !!! - I did not win them even then - when there were all chances to win a complete victory ...
    - Well ... and ... and - if Russia does not win, then someone else wins ...
    - Even today - Russia is losing in all directions ... - In the West; In the north ; on South ; in the East ... - all around are enemies and enemies ...
    - How is it with Mayakovsky:

    - From all ends of the blockade there is a ring, and the cannons are looking in the face.

    - Everything is like 100 years ago ... - But 100 years ago, Russia (USSR) was ready to fight to the death with all its enemies and withstand ... on it (on Russia) of the entire capitalist world ... - and the USSR was created ...
    - And today ... Russia is afraid of its enemies - it tries to please them in everything and tries to "make friends", "make friends" and "make friends" - and to concede, to concede and to concede ... - And this is all the same - what to retreat .. ...
    - Strange - destroyed Russia was able to withstand 100 years ago; and today she suddenly needed "friends and allies"; who will betray her at the first opportunity ...
    - How can this happen ??? - So Russia is not governed by those who should govern ... - there is simply no other "reason" ...
    - Well, as for Ukraine - then ... then ... then - it is not in Ukraine that matters ... - Well, if there were no Ukraine, then Poland would be in "its place"; or Romania; or Finland; or Hungary; or Bulgaria with the Czech Republic and so on and so on ... - it doesn't matter ...
  6. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 12 December 2021 22: 13
    Why tear the torn apart?
  7. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 12 December 2021 22: 56
    Most of all, I like that the person who actually unleashed this war is talking about this. It looks like it was ordered by a certain group of ukrooligarchs. There were no other interested forces at that time.
    Crimea was urgently needed by Putin, since they began to squeeze out the Black Sea Fleet from there in the interests of NATO. And the population there was almost without exception pro-Russian.
    And Donbass Putin asked not to hold a referendum. There were neither political resources nor military for this. And the electoral balance would be in our favor.
    The way Strelkov was released from Slavyansk in a column with all his equipment, providing a "green light" for the right time, speaks volumes. They could easily shoot like targets on a shooting range. Those who left after the agreed time were shot.
    The man just likes the war. The process is above the goal. Therefore, he was asked from there rather quickly.
  8. Yuri Bryanskiy Offline Yuri Bryanskiy
    Yuri Bryanskiy (Yuri Bryansky) 13 December 2021 07: 43
    Chatter. If the political leadership of Russia had the will, then Mariupol, and the entire Donbass, and Novorossia, and Ukraine, would be part of Russia. Profiled.