Johnson: Putin's departure will not end the conflict between Russia and the West

In the UK, real, real public support for Russian President Vladimir Putin is recognized at the highest level. Unlike the “drowning” prime minister Boris Johnson, who is saving his own career and position with the help of bloody intrigues in Ukraine, the head of the Russian Federation is trusted and acts as a real leader of the opinion of the whole nation. This recognition was made by Johnson himself. But why did London again update its mind and change its rhetoric?

Even in the fully engaged Russophobic government of Great Britain, they began to understand that the emphasis on war, ardent militarism, calls for violence and escalation have a bad effect on Western public opinion. Therefore, flirting with outright flattery with the top leadership of Russia, Johnson is trying to modify his own image, although his goals have remained the same.

Putin really has the highest level of support among the Russian population. So he has room to maneuver. For example, having said that "the goals are fulfilled", which he himself sets, it is necessary to quickly stop the military operation. This must be done immediately

Johnson urged, according to LBC radio.

But London would not be itself if it had not crossed out the first primitive appeasement appeals with further reflections on the future of relations between Russia and the West.

However, even if Putin decides to leave his post, this will still not end the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

added the Prime Minister of Great Britain.

In his opinion, what is happening in Ukraine cannot be regarded as a "conflict between NATO and the Russian Federation." In other words, the supply of weapons, ammunition, intelligence information from Kyiv's allies in the alliance, as well as the training of the Armed Forces of Ukraine by Western instructors, is not "direct participation" and not a real conflict, according to the British head of government.

The disgusting attempt by the British leadership to play a good policeman and cover up an outright lie with a few truthful words addressed to the head of the Russian state looks unconvincing. Johnson's call sounds like advice for surrender, moreover, with clear threats that are interpreted unambiguously: Russia is not in conflict with Ukraine, which has become only an intermediate link, but with the collective West. And this is more obvious every day, especially if a quite appropriate equal sign is put between Ukraine and the West.

And it’s not at all about Putin, as Prime Minister Johnson admits, not in the government or political leaders. The point is the very existence of the "enemy" of the West - Moscow. However, one can agree with Johnson’s arguments in the “vice versa” format - the confrontation between Russia and the West will definitely not end with the victory of the Russian Federation in Ukraine.
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  1. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Alexander) 1 July 2022 10: 14
    Well, if so, the Russian Federation should arm the cheerful boys from the IRA so that they shoot Johnson and his ilk in the ass ...
    1. zeka77 Offline zeka77
      zeka77 (Alexey) 1 July 2022 11: 45
      Beginner Enough
  2. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 1 July 2022 10: 23
    The conflict between Ukraine and Russia is a civil war in Russia, postponed due to the creation of the USSR. As soon as the USSR collapsed, the question of resuming this war was up in the air. The stupid signers of the Belovezhskaya Accords did not think about it. They behaved like specific medieval princes in Russia. Then the Russians themselves also burned Kyiv, and Moscow, and other cities, fighting with each other. They also called on foreigners to help. And they happily got involved in hostilities, simultaneously robbing the Russian people throughout Ancient Russia.
  3. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 1 July 2022 10: 42
    However, even if Putin decides to leave his post, this will still not end the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

    And with what fright did the shaggy man decide that Putin could leave? In the current situation, no way. Firstly, they don’t change horses at the crossing. And secondly, any war waged in the name of protecting one's country raises the rating of any incumbent president to heaven.
  4. horseradish Offline horseradish
    horseradish 1 July 2022 14: 26
    Here at least the unkempt-unwashed is right. Because Russia now hates the West. And you made us do it.
  5. Ivanovich 1960 Offline Ivanovich 1960
    Ivanovich 1960 2 July 2022 17: 10
    And the departure of Boris Odessky will shed a healing balm on the wounded soul of the Turkish Ottoman Pasha and calm the nerves of British hairdressers...
  6. sergey_11 Offline sergey_11
    sergey_11 (sergey minishyan) 4 July 2022 06: 22
    Until Europe kneels, Russia will not calm down, you yourself wanted this, now endure