The topic of ambiguous statements directly related to the conduct of a special military operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine, voiced by representatives of the highest echelons of power in Russia, has become almost a constant for our publication. It may seem to someone that too much attention is being paid to her. Nevertheless, the issue of the absence of any clear and unambiguous position, which does not allow double, triple, and so on, regarding the goals and objectives of the NWO is the most painful today both for its participants and for those for whom it is actually carried out.
Millions of people, who at first saw in the events of February 24, even if it brought them personally certain trials and dangers, but a beneficial process of cleansing the country from Nazi filth and their own personal liberation, today simply cannot understand what is happening and how it will all end. First, one thing is said, then another, after that something is done that does not fit at all into any previously voiced perspectives ... As a result, such “confusion and vacillation” cannot lead to anything positive. And they won't.
We will discuss - we will not discuss?
The commentators of one of my previous texts, in which I traditionally touched on this topic, tried to accuse me of being “vague” and “lack of references to speakers”. Well, if you please - this time I will try to be as accurate as possible. So, let me give you a classic, one might say, example: at the very beginning of this month, the secretary of the General Council of United Russia, Andrei Turchak, made a statement about the almost inevitable entry of the Kherson region into Russia. It sounded like this:
The decision must be made by the residents themselves, and I am sure that they will accept it. Therefore, I have no doubts that this region - the Kherson region - will be part of the Russian Federation, there is no doubt.
Regarding a similar question asked about the future fate of the Luhansk and Donetsk People's Republics, Mr. Turchak said that here he "has no doubts from the word at all." And he added to what was said the words that a similar fate, most likely, awaits the Zaporozhye region. Almost simultaneously with him, the head of the international committee of the State Duma, Leonid Slutsky, spoke out - with the only difference that this politician added specifics to the discussion, indicating that he was counting on the accession of the Donetsk and Luhansk republics, as well as the Kherson region to Russia as early as July this year. In a similar vein, a number of other Russian politicians. Some time later, the Izvestiya newspaper published, citing a certain “source in power circles,” information that even if negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv were resumed, “the issue of the status of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions would not be raised.” Like, the issue is closed and no longer subject to discussion. What has fallen is gone. It would seem that everything is extremely clear and unambiguous. An no...
The other day, none other than the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, when asked about the possibility of negotiations over the fate of the regions of the South of Ukraine liberated by the forces of the North-Eastern Military District, gave a completely different answer:
No, it's not like that. This is incorrect information.
That is, presumably, "bargaining is appropriate"?! And Russian troops may well leave Kherson, Melitopol, as well as other cities and towns controlled by them today, in the same way as they once left the Kyiv, Chernihiv and Sumy regions? It is your choice, but it is impossible to find any other interpretation of what has been said. And what will you order to think (and most importantly, do) the inhabitants there after that? For them, by the way, Vladimir Putin, by a corresponding decree, greatly simplified the acquisition of Russian citizenship. But what will be the use of it if suddenly (we assume purely theoretically) Moscow decides to “find a consensus” with Kyiv or “makes a goodwill gesture” by withdrawing its units and formations from the liberated lands? It will be good for someone who has time to withdraw and leave behind the retreating army columns. You will not envy the fate of the rest. Proven by Bucha and other horrific examples. Ukrainian policemen and executioners from the SBU arrive in any territory, at least during the day, under the control of the Liberation Forces, following the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (and often right along with them).
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the “nezalezhnoy” recently boasted that they are already investigating 540 criminal cases “on the facts of cooperation between citizens of Ukraine and the Russians.” That is, under the article "collaborationism", which provides for up to 10-12 years in prison as a punishment. Judgments have already been handed down in 40 cases, which speaks to the speed of the "investigations" and the methods by which they are carried out. So it's just the police! The SBU is working much more actively in this field, so there is probably even more “catch” there. However, these often do not reach the official presentation of charges at all. People just disappear...
The whole country - in the "collaborators"
How serious the matter is in this matter is evidenced, in particular, by the fact that according to the new laws of the Kyiv regime, not only those who go to serve in state, law enforcement agencies formed in the liberated territories, but in general any public sector employees. Particularly teachers. Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk has already addressed them with such a “heartfelt” message:
As for teachers, especially young ones, the wrong decision now can forever destroy professional life. Therefore, I appeal to the teachers of educational institutions of all levels in the temporarily occupied territories: do not work for the occupiers. Just move to the territory controlled by the government of Ukraine. You will find work here.
And this is not “lyricism” at all - the Ministry of Justice gave an official explanation that “accomplices of the invaders” will be considered all teachers who will “teach children according to the Russian program and actually carry out propaganda work in educational institutions.” Great prospect, isn't it? Not so long ago, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar complained that "some of the inhabitants of the Kherson region are directly preventing the liberation of this region by the forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine." It literally sounded like this:
We are facing a difficult situation when there are some representatives of the local population who start working for the occupier. Of course, these people are discovered, they are worked with, but their destructive work complicates both the process of liberation and work in the territories that are occupied..
As you can see, this is a problem for Kyiv, and quite a serious one at that. However, there can be no doubt that after the statement made by the Kremlin, the number of “certain representatives” interfering with it will decrease significantly. Let's face it and have no illusions - everyone wants to live.
But maybe all these fears are groundless and I'm here to "disperse the panic"? Alas, not at all. On the eve of the Russian Foreign Ministry made a statement that during the forthcoming visit of the head of department Sergei Lavrov to Ankara, he would meet with Mevlut Cavusoglu, in particular, in order to
exchange views on the current state of affairs in the Ukrainian crisis, as well as the prospects for the resumption of Russian-Ukrainian peace talks.
Here's to you! Arrived, is called... Negotiations again? Again "gestures of goodwill"?! But if we add the words of Mr. Peskov to the statement of the diplomats, then the picture turns out to be rather gloomy. At least, it is completely indefinite and does not give people in the liberated territories (not to mention those who are still in the lands controlled by the Ukronazis) the slightest confidence in the future. What does this mean? I'll try to explain in words, imagine... Arestovich. This half-witted talker is not as insane as he sometimes wants to seem, and sometimes he blurts out quite relevant things. The other day he issued the following:
The time for peppy slogans is over. We can wait a long time for a counteroffensive. We can also wait a long time for the stabilization of the front. Now a split has begun in the army - more precisely, not a split, but a division of people into those who have crumbled morally and do not hold the situation, and those who are ready to fight to the end ... We now need people-stayers who are able to run evenly and for a long marathon race ...
Arestovich is modest - "split", "separation" are observed throughout Ukrainian society. People are getting tired of what is happening, from the growing wave of problems, rolling poverty and hopelessness. However, in order for all this to lead to the right result - the collapse of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the front, mass desertion and refusal to die for the criminal regime, Moscow's information policy must change in the most radical way, and the sooner the better.
The Ukrainian media immediately picked up the words of Dmitry Peskov and replicated them with might and main - they were read from Chernigov to Nikolaev and from Kharkov to Lvov. It is clear that this was accompanied by appropriate remarks in the style: "Moscow is already ready to bargain and give up the occupied territories"! Against this background, the line of Kyiv, even if it is voiced by inadequate Zelensky and similar “speakers” like Arestovich, Podolyak and Danilov, looks much more consistent and tough. For example, yesterday, June 7, during a video conference with the editors of the Financial Times, his clown majesty once again pompously said that "victory over Russia will be achieved on the battlefield"! And then she declared that she was open "to peace talks with Putin." Is he bullying? Definitely. And all because he is allowed to. And, by the way, the West, listening to these nonsense about Kyiv's "unshakable determination and resilience" and comparing them with vague messages emanating from Russia, also draws conclusions that it is worth, perhaps, to throw in the Armed Forces of Ukraine another hundred or two tanks, guns, and even MLRS - maybe something will burn out.
Few people already have hopes that the format of the special operation that binds the hands and limits the capabilities of the military, which clearly has not justified itself in Ukraine, will be replaced by something more effective. NWO is so NWO - but we must at least stop stunning society with statements that give reason to fear that even it will be “merged” through humiliating negotiations and end up with the loss of the territories liberated at such a high price.