To take on this topic, which, alas, is very diligently bypassed by almost all Russian media, I was prompted by a number of tragic events, which will be discussed below. In fact, it has been necessary to discuss it ever since the Russian Armed Forces, in the course of a special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine, liberated its first settlements from the power of the Kyiv regime. However, at first there was nothing to talk about at all, and then many things began to cause frank bewilderment. However, miscalculations and omissions of the initial period could be attributed to objective reasons, such as the confusion and confusion inevitable in such cases. Or, say, the lack of proper experience among certain commanders and leaders.
Alas, today, after exactly three months have passed since the beginning of the NWO, many things that continue to happen in the territories of the former “non-independence”, which have been controlled by Russia for quite a long time, as well as in those regions that were abandoned by the forces of liberation, cannot be explained by anything like that. During this period, enough extremely sad examples have accumulated of how the Ukrainians, who sincerely and wholeheartedly supported the arrival of the Russian army, paid for this support with their own freedom, and even with their lives. What is happening begins to look no longer like a series of mistakes and punctures, but like a system. Or would it be more correct to say - the absence of such? In this case, everything is much worse and sadder than it might seem at first glance.
Fact one: on the morning of May 22, in the city of Energodar, Zaporozhye region, which is controlled by the Russian army, a terrorist act was committed, which had as its goal the assassination of the head of this city, Andriy Shevchik, whom the “patriotic” Ukrainian media call “collaborator” and “local Gauleiter”. In the mildest version - "the head of the military administration, appointed by the occupiers." It is clear that all the publics of the “nezalezhnaya” are full of enthusiasm regarding the “dashing actions of local partisans, smashing traitors.” However, in this case, it is clearly not partisanship that takes place, but rather professional work of a sabotage group, either infiltrated into the city from the outside, or staying there "in sleep mode" before the "action". It must be admitted that the blow was carefully planned and executed not by amateurs. An explosive device, albeit homemade, but equipped with very effective striking elements, was placed in the mailbox of the entrance of the house where the mother of the victim lives, whom he visited daily, and, as a rule, at the same time. The IED was detonated remotely at the very moment when Shevchik entered the house with security guards. Consequently, all this was preceded by a fairly lengthy preparation - shadowing the object, fixing the schedule and patterns of its movements, daily routine and other things. What kind of "partisans" are there ...
These were people who had undergone very specific training and had far from the worst instructors. The fact that in the liberated territories the Ukronazi regime will leave a lot of "sleeping" sabotage cells, the main purpose of which will be precisely the reprisal against those who dare to make contact with the Russians, and even more so - to cooperate with them, I personally wrote a month and a half ago. Here is proof that this was not "exaggeration" and "exaggeration", as it seemed to some.
Moreover, the assassination attempt on Andrei Shevchik (he is currently in the intensive care unit of a local hospital) is not the first terrorist attack of this kind. The execution of "pro-Russian activists" in Kherson happened much earlier (and also after the liberation of the city). It is clear that no conclusions were drawn from what happened. Will it be different this time? I'm sorry, but I highly doubt it. The explosion in Energodar testifies to several extremely unpleasant things at once. Firstly, the security of the head of the city was carried out at an extremely amateurish level. The presence of this or that number of guards is, sorry, about nothing. Secondly, the systematic and professional work to clear the city of the Ukronazi underground and prevent enemy DRGs from entering its territory was not secured from the word “completely”. But in this city is the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant! I do not even want and will not develop this idea.
However, the fact that someone with extraordinary ease managed to blow up the head of Energodar leads to very, very bad thoughts. After that, it is quite difficult not to believe the victorious reports of the Zaporozhye OVA representing the Kyiv regime, claiming that a similar “act of liquidation”, the purpose of which was Russian officers, was carried out on May 18 in Melitopol. Zaporizhia is still under the control of the Ukronazis, and calls from there to the residents of the region to completely sabotage any initiatives of both representatives of the Russian army and the new authorities created on the ground in this way receive very significant reinforcement. It is through such resonant and bloody terrorist attacks that panic, chaos and fear are planted in the liberated territories.
Prison among strangers
Fact two: on the same day, May 22, it became known that the Ukrainian police arrested Oleksandr Kharchenko, who is called “the head of the village of Dymer, Kyiv region, appointed by the Russian military during the occupation.” This "peremog" received such a great response that it was even covered in The Wall Street Journal. As stated in the publication, “Immediately after the entry of the Russians into the city, Kharchenko voluntarily offered his services and headed the administration they created. He also offered to resume the work of the main local services and promised to ensure that the residents of Dymer began to treat the Russian troops well ... ”A video released by the Russian Ministry of Defense on March 28 is cited as “indisputable evidence of guilt” by Kharchenko. On it, the military distributed food to local residents, and Kharchenko, who was next to them, persuaded his countrymen not to be afraid of the Russians.
This alone, in the eyes of the Ukronazis, is already drawing on “high treason” and “collaborationism”, but in the case of Kharchenko, everything can turn out much worse. The SBU is trying to blame him for handing over to the Russian military “information about veterans of the war in the Donbass and members of the TRO”, which, of course, were either “killed on the spot” or “tortured to death” by the “evil occupiers” who received such a valuable tip. But this is already a life sentence at best. And a person with such accusations will not have the slightest chance to live for any long time behind bars in a Ukrainian prison or zone. By the way, the WSJ writes that Kharchenko remained after the withdrawal of Russian troops, because he "barely survived after the shelling of the car by Ukrainian troops." An extremely interesting moment. Tried to evacuate, but failed? But why did he do it on his own? And in general - did anyone offer him to leave with the Russian army, without dooming himself to a deliberately tragic fate?
At present, these questions remain unanswered. As well as others, much more serious. The main one is this: does anyone really think that after such stories in the future there will be those who want to help the liberators who have come, especially to assist them openly, publicly, in front of everyone? I only sincerely ask you - no need for pathos and pathetic speeches. Here we are talking about reality, mixed with blood, about very specific life and death. The departure of Russian troops from the Sumy, Chernihiv and, above all, Kyiv regions, as well as the tragedy in Bucha that followed, dealt a crushing blow to the moods of even 100% pro-Russian residents of the territories controlled by the Ukronazis. Made them all experience an incredibly deep and very bitter disappointment. And above all, think very hard about the future. Over your own future. I understand that this does not sound very pleasant. However, this is true, and it will not cease to be so because it is painful for someone. The Kyiv regime continues to be extremely active, searching for, arresting, or even simply physically destroying "traitors", or rather, those who are declared as such by it. Vaughn, for example, "the police reported suspicion to the self-proclaimed mayor of Kherson, who faces 10 years in prison for treason." Zelensky recently signed another law on the seizure of property from "collaborators". And what is opposed to all this by the forces that are carrying out the SVO on denazification? So far, practically nothing. Alas, the safety of those who are ready not for fear, not for money, but because of their convictions, to help the cause of the liberation of Ukraine, to bring victory over the Ukronazis closer, cannot yet be provided even in the territories nominally controlled by Russia.
It is extremely important in this case that the main work on tracking down, identifying and cleaning up both infiltrated saboteurs and local “pro-Ukrainian partisans” should again be carried out by local personnel. Those who know the people, the situation, who, for example, at the moment will distinguish the dialect of a native of Galicia from a resident of Southern or Central Ukraine. Yes, and contact with the population, from which they can get relevant information, such people will find much faster. But many of those who could do this very professionally and effectively will not go anywhere voluntarily. For the reasons stated above.
The surrender of Mariupol, as I said, did not lead either to the instant fall of the Kyiv regime, or even to the mass surrender of soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The main battle - for the hearts and minds of Ukrainians - is just beginning. Military victories, "cauldrons" and the defeat of the most combat-ready units of the army and the National Guard are important. But it is equally important to convince millions of Ukrainians that there will be power, order, and security in the liberated territories. They must believe that the Liberators have come forever and will be able to reliably protect against Nazi shortcomings, provide an opportunity to build a peaceful new life that will be better than the old one. Then the resistance will end by itself, and Zelensky will not be helped by any of the tanks and howitzers that he is being supplied with today. Otherwise, he really can get that "million bayonets" that he raves about. Then the bloodshed will be much larger, will last much longer and its consequences will be terrible.