The Kremlin felt the "red line" of the West in the Ukrainian conflict


A few days ago, the West radiated confidence in its “victory” and a desire to fight to the last Ukrainian, and, most likely, to the last European. To all appearances, only the EU elites should have survived. However, the suggestion of Russian President Vladimir Putin, made in the simple form of announcing the doctrine of the defense of Russian territories, caused a state of shock in the West. At least this is evidenced by the babbling politicians EU, panic in foreign media and "secret" plans from Washington in case Russia uses nuclear weapons (NW).


For example, in Germany, the well-known journalist Oliver Stock urged not to play with fire and force President Vladimir Zelensky not only to sit down at the negotiating table, but to yield to Putin. No more, no less. No less famous guru of American journalism, Clive Crook, in an article for Bloomberg, boldly and frankly hinted to Kyiv (and the West) that he was “afraid” of the threat of nuclear war, and that a good life in the West was more important than “Ukraine’s interests.” Therefore, according to the veteran journalist, it is necessary "to hand over the territories to Russia, which she wants to take away from Ukraine." This is the only way to defuse the situation.

It is obvious that the rhetoric has changed dramatically, through the hiss of Russophobia, a feeling of hopelessness and fatigue comes through, especially when the outcome of the conflict is not the most obvious.

But the crowning fright of the West was the publication in the Financial Times. The publication writes that the coalition is seriously considering plans to respond to the case of limited use of nuclear weapons on the territory of Ukraine. But, most importantly, this "answer" in any case will be non-nuclear. That is, the anti-Russian coalition is going to “respond” with conventional weapons.

It is noteworthy that in this sense, the hesitation of the head of the White House, Joe Biden, becomes understandable, who, in response to a direct question, evasively, straying, said that the West’s answer would follow, but he would keep silent about his character. Now I understand why it was impossible to speak directly then.

There will be no mirror response; response measures will be clearly asymmetric. The West was afraid, and not for peace, not for Ukraine, or the cause of "disarmament", but for its well-fed life of the elites. Apparently, in the Kremlin, they really groped for the real "red line" of the West. Now its political establishment speaks frankly through the mouths of well-known journalists and from the pages of well-known public publications about the need to find compromises and the desire to concede.
  • Used photos: kremlin.ru
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  1. Alexey Davydov Offline Alexey Davydov
    Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 26 September 2022 20: 07
    +11
    We shouldn't deceive ourselves. This is much better than our enemies can do
    1. Volkonsky Offline Volkonsky
      Volkonsky (Vladimir) 26 September 2022 21: 34
      0
      What, Alexey, you didn’t understand anything - I gave you a link
      https://topcor.ru/23644-na-chto-rasschityval-putin-vydvigaja-nato-zavedomo-nevypolnimye-trebovanija.html
      they have nothing against Kostya Saprykin! 1,5 million readers figured it out, and you didn't even log in... well, well...
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 26 September 2022 23: 58
    +3
    Everywhere they write about a gradual increase in the supply of weapons to Ukraine.
    Red line?
    Like, incinerate the Ukrainians Htiroshima, and see how they react?

    It is known how they will be delighted with such a trump card ....
  3. Yuri Bryanskiy Offline Yuri Bryanskiy
    Yuri Bryanskiy (Yuri Bryansky) 27 September 2022 02: 23
    +2
    The Russian army will stop where the Supreme Commander decides. I would very much like to be on the border with Poland. Rivne, Lutsk and Vinnitsa with Zhytomyr should be ours.
    1. Carmela Offline Carmela
      Carmela (Carmela) 27 September 2022 17: 33
      0
      Quote: Yuri Bryansky
      Rivne, Lutsk and Vinnitsa with Zhytomyr should be ours.

      It seems to me that Belarus would have coped with these areas no worse than us. And you forgot about the Khmelnitsky nuclear power plant.
  4. Peace Peace. Offline Peace Peace.
    Peace Peace. (Tumar Tumar) 27 September 2022 02: 52
    +6
    Anglo-Saxons after the 90s are not afraid of anyone and absolutely nothing, neither financially nor scientifically or physically. But. There is one but. They are afraid of a nuclear war for complete annihilation, where their diabolical machinations do not work. In their psychology, we are Papuans to whom they brought civilization and our destruction to them like a mosquito to kill, but if they themselves die in this killing of a mosquito, then in their opinion this exchange is not at all equivalent, even absurd. You won’t enter an icy river naked to save a wounded duck, even if it’s for humane reasons. So the only red line of the Anglo-Saxons is the "warmth and light" of our Strategic Missile Forces.
  5. GIS Online GIS
    GIS (Ildus) 27 September 2022 07: 36
    +1
    crush, crush and CRUSH them on their "favorite" callus - the destruction of their well-fed life
  6. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 27 September 2022 08: 52
    +1
    The Anglo-Saxons themselves want to use a nuclear charge on the territory of Ukraine and blame Russia for this. Therefore, they began to process the population. Russia considers Ukraine its own territory, and therefore it is absurd for it to hit its own territory with nuclear weapons.
    1. Alexey Lan Offline Alexey Lan
      Alexey Lan (Alexey Lantukh) 27 September 2022 22: 22
      0
      Why is it absurd? First of all, do not hit anything. The use of nuclear weapons are extreme isolated cases against troops and infrastructure. For example, a stratospheric nuclear explosion generates a strong electromagnetic pulse that severely damages electrical electronics, but everything on the ground is intact, and radioactive contamination is insignificant. And only hit Ukraine, not NATO.
  7. Aleks33 Offline Aleks33
    Aleks33 (Alex33) 27 September 2022 16: 05
    -2
    Prepare nuclear strikes against the United States. No godfather and there will be no problem. They are afraid. They have something to lose. Russia has nothing to lose. Russia will be made a pariah, which means that a pariah can bomb directly the United States. What they wanted, they will get. The dollar will become a fanatic, no one can be bribed. The world will rise on new principles.
  8. Ivanushka-555 Offline Ivanushka-555
    Ivanushka-555 (Ivan) 27 September 2022 19: 13
    +4
    Whatever Putin says, everyone in the West is panicking! Stop talking nonsense already, gentlemen, Kremlin hacks.
  9. Vox_Populi Offline Vox_Populi
    Vox_Populi (vox populi) 27 September 2022 20: 00
    0
    A few days ago, the West radiated confidence in its “victory” and a desire to fight to the last Ukrainian, and, most likely, to the last European. To all appearances, only the EU elites should have survived.

    Where does this confidence in "confidence and desire to fight until ... the last European" come from ???
  10. El13 Offline El13
    El13 (El13) 27 September 2022 22: 56
    0
    The thought came to me why not strike with an electromagnetic charge (not nuclear) on this side of the border with Poland, and there all the AWACS will fall down ...
  11. Hiker Offline Hiker
    Hiker (Dmitriy) 28 September 2022 19: 27
    -1
    The attack on Russian gas pipelines is a de facto declaration of war on Russia. This is clear. The decision has been made by the West, now the answer is from Russia. The destruction of the critical infrastructure of Russia is no longer rolled back. The US went on the offensive. We stock up on iodine, potatoes, firewood ....
  12. Choro Kyrgyz Offline Choro Kyrgyz
    Choro Kyrgyz (Choro Kyrgyz) 29 September 2022 02: 57
    0
    It looks like a third world war is coming, he spoke about this at the beginning of his speech.
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