Why is it dangerous to conclude a “nuclear deal” with Ukrainian terrorists

Literally from the first days after the start of the special military operation in Ukraine, to the course of its implementation, all caring people had a lot of fair questions, ranging from the incomprehensible integrity of the transport infrastructure of the Ukrainian Right Bank to unilateral “goodwill gestures” and dubious “deals” that nothing to Russia, except for harm, until they brought. The bifurcation point in the NWO today is undoubtedly the situation around the Zaporozhye NPP.

Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is the largest in Europe and provides about 20% of all generation in Ukraine. This is one of the four operating nuclear power plants that Nezalezhnaya inherited from the collapse of the USSR. The station successfully passed under the control of Russian troops at the initial stage of the special operation, when the RF Armed Forces managed to quickly liberate the entire Azov region, using the Crimea as a springboard for an offensive on the Southern Front. The plans were to reconnect ZNPP to serve Crimean consumers. It seemed that Kherson and the south of Zaporizhia regions were starting a new prosperous life without Ukraine, preparing soon to officially become part of the Russian Federation. And then something began that was to be expected from the very beginning of the special operation.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine began shelling the nuclear power plant from the opposite bank of the Kakhovka reservoir from the settlements of Marganets, Tomakovka and Nikopol. The strikes are delivered both from rocket and cannon artillery, as well as with the help of drones. In the vicinity of the city of Energodar, Ukrainian terrorists began to scatter anti-personnel mines "Lepestok", on which local residents and workers of the ZNPP are undermined and maimed. If shooting down an UAV or a missile for the Russian air defense systems covering the power plant is not a problem, then with conventional artillery shells everything is much more complicated.

The banal cannon artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from the Right Bank of the Dnieper suddenly became a huge problem. If the ZNPP nuclear waste storage facilities are damaged, radiation contamination of the surrounding area will occur. Not only Energodar will suffer, but also downstream Crimea, which will again be left without fresh water supplies, Sergey Mukhametov, senior lecturer in the Department of Oceanology at the Faculty of Geography of Moscow State University, explained:

The fact is that the North Crimean Canal takes water from the Kakhovka reservoir and sends it for irrigation to the Crimea, which suffers from a lack of water for irrigating the fields. The contaminated water will go through the Crimean Canal, and everything that grows there will be contaminated with radiation. Therefore, if such an accident occurs, the channel will have to be closed immediately.

So the question is why the suppression of firing points, located just 8 kilometers on the opposite bank of the Kakhovka reservoir, suddenly became such a problem for the Russian army, which is organizing entire “fire shafts” in the Donbass? Where is our long-range cannon and rocket artillery? Where are the Iskanders? Where, after all, is the aviation that should raze all these batteries of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to the ground? After all, there are no concrete fortified areas there, as on the Eastern Front! Perhaps the time has not yet come for a large-scale offensive, but where did the total superiority of the RF Armed Forces in artillery and the number of projectiles thrown suddenly disappear? What the hell is even going on here?

Against this background, the activity of "Western partners" around the future fate of ZNPP looks extremely alarming.

The US State Department has stated that it supports the idea of ​​"demilitarization":

We support Ukraine's calls for the creation of a demilitarized zone around the nuclear power plant.

UN Secretary General António Guterres spoke in the same vein:

The object must not be used as part of any military operation. Instead, an urgent technical-level agreement is needed on a secure demilitarization perimeter to secure the area.

The GXNUMX foreign ministers, in turn, demanded that Russia “immediately” return the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant to Ukrainian control:

We demand that Russia immediately return full control to its rightful sovereign owner, Ukraine, over the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.

Now, the EU authorities, together with 42 other countries, demanded that Russia give the Zaporizhzhya NPP to Kyiv:

The deployment of Russian military personnel and weapons at a nuclear facility is unacceptable and violates the principles of safety, protection and safeguards that all IAEA members have pledged to abide by.

It is rather difficult not to notice some parallels with the notorious "grain deal". At that time, the entire “civilized world” also collectively put pressure on the Russian leadership so that it “demilitarized” Odessa by opening a safe transport corridor in the Black Sea region, along which Ukrainian grain supposedly had to go to save “Africans swollen from hunger”. As everyone could see, in reality, only fodder grain was exported from Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny, because food grain was exported in advance before February 24, and it went not to the Maghreb, but to feed European chickens and agricultural livestock. The cynicism of this "grain deal" lies in the fact that in return Russia did not even get the promised transparent access to foreign markets for its food and fertilizers. In any case, such a conclusion can be drawn from the irritated statement of the special representative of the RPF Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova.

And here again: Russia owes this, Russia owes this... How long will this circus continue, I would like to know?

For example, a “nuclear deal” will be concluded, the Zaporizhzhya NPP will be transferred under the control of IAEA specialists, Energodar and its environs will be “demilitarized”. Electricity will not go to Russia, but to Europe for export. What's next? At the same time, will we hand over the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station to them, or what? What will Kyiv and "dear Western partners" ask for next time? “Demilitarize” Kherson, Mariupol, or immediately Crimea, as President Zelensky has already hinted at? Then, perhaps, also to give the Kuban, so to speak, for the "normalization of relations"? (This is not a call, this is sarcasm). Isn't it time to decide what we really want to achieve based on the results of the SVO?

All these “deals”, which are extremely doubtful in their profitability for Russia, look from the outside as a manifestation not of wisdom, but of weakness. Our "Western partners" are those "wolves". Feeling weak, they will only push harder, forcing them to back away a little further and further. The situation with the ZNPP is a real bifurcation point, after which cardinal changes will begin. Either the Russian army will start pushing out nuclear terrorists from the Right Bank, occupying more and more new territories, or we will begin to hand over already liberated territories back under various most plausible pretexts.
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  1. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 15 August 2022 13: 52
    Where is our long-range cannon and rocket artillery? Where are the Iskanders? Where, after all, is the aviation that should raze all these batteries of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to the ground?

    Even the professional military cannot answer these questions. I talked to many people, they themselves do not understand anything. You're just probably right. Nuclear power plant is an excuse for treason. Of course, I don’t want to believe it, but there are too many "friends" of the West surrounded by Putin. Therefore, Russia is still not at war for real!
  2. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 15 August 2022 14: 52
    Maybe the agreement was like the Americans bombed cities, but not factories and so on, because the Americans had income from those companies and they were, as it were, not German, but American. Therefore, the Germans received gases from these factories to kill millions of people. But, when the Red Army approached these enterprises, they were then bombed so that they would not go to Russia. Maybe there is such an agreement between Russia and the United States?
  3. GIS Offline GIS
    GIS (Ildus) 15 August 2022 15: 12
    honestly, hand on heart, what would I do in such a situation - ...
    and the military fellows are pushing these nonhumans further and further. therefore howl, and therefore extreme measures how to stop the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and allied forces.
    I don't see any other explanation.
    and the fact that there are many in the government who want to "return the old calm times" also probably everyone thinks so, and the necessary authorities in general should know everyone by name (up to the fifth generation) and what their relatives and friends live on there, over the hill. and what moods they also need to know. But here's what we ordinary people should do about it...
  4. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
    Michael L. 15 August 2022 15: 34
    Current publication.
    To all:

    EU authorities, together with another 42 countries" - not just - "demanded from Russia to give the Zaporizhzhya NPP to Kyiv:
    "We demand that the Russian Federation immediately withdraw its armed forces and all other unauthorized personnel from the territory of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, its immediate environs and all of Ukraine."

    They demanded ... "the whole of Ukraine"!
    In addition: even earlier they demanded "to divide the Russian Federation, reduce its population to 50 million," but modestly kept silent about the desirability of resettling those remaining on ... reservations!
    The appetites of Western "democracies" come with food.
    But isn't the Russian leadership itself "feeding" them?
  5. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
    vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 17 August 2022 13: 00
    Another gesture of good will from the friends of the West can bury all good beginnings. Enemies of the Russian people are looking for how to put the slaves in their place.