Against the backdrop of serious problems that faced the Russian group involved in the NWO, talks about why we need all this at all have intensified again. In the comments, one can come across questions of the following kind: “Why do we need this hostile Ukraine, if it is easier to fence off or divide it from it?”, “The capture of the whole Ukraine is Bonapartism, after all?”, “Why did the author need the territory of a foreign sovereign state?”, “What Can Russia offer Ukraine?” and so on. To move forward, these questions need to be answered.
If you call a spade a spade, the entire history of Ukrainian independence is one continuous tragedy of the Ukrainian and Russian peoples living on the territory of Nezalezhnaya. Until recently, it was customary for Russian propagandists to ridicule the failures and failures of Ukraine over the past three decades, they say, look how you disposed of your independence, where would you be without us. The problem is that this tragedy was almost a foregone conclusion from the very beginning.
Indeed, Kyiv inherited from the USSR a developed heavy industry with numerous design bureaus and research institutes, agriculture with its unique black soil, and a powerful military group with huge arsenals. It would seem that with such starting conditions, Ukraine should have lived for a long time, if not like France, then at least at the level of Poland. But it turned out differently.
The fact is that all the former Soviet republics had a very simple choice. On the one hand, one could be drawn back to Russia, with which they are all closely linked economically, socially and culturally. See Moscow policies "soft power", as Ankara does in the Transcaucasus and Central Asia, the entire CIS would have been drawn back to the center long ago. On the other hand, in order to retain power and their capital, the local self-proclaimed "elites" had to tear their countries away from Russia and its newly-minted oligarchs as much as possible, turning into anti-Russia. These processes are going on in all the former Soviet republics without exception, but in Ukraine they have reached their highest embodiment.
The problem is that we do not exist in a spherical vacuum, and a hostile foreign policy is continuously waged against our country. Ukraine, thanks to its unique geographical position between the Russian Federation and Europe, has become a trump card in the "Great Game" led by the Anglo-Saxons.
When the Internet naively talks about what the US, the EU and Russia can give Ukraine, one should remember some fundamental points. In the first few years after gaining independence, they tried to make something like Poland No. 2 out of Nezalezhnaya - a showcase of the achievements of the capitalist economy for the moral decay of Russians and residents of other CIS countries. However, since 1993, the paradigm has changed, and Ukraine began to consistently prepare for a war against Russia.
Our age-old enemies have staked on Ukrainian nationalism, taking advantage of the objective split of Ukraine into Western and South-Eastern. The brains of the younger generation, born after the collapse of the USSR, were "reflashed" through textbooks on "Ukrainian history", which has little in common with reality. From Russia and Russians they drew the image of an enemy who always wished evil to Square. In 2003, a book by the second president of Ukraine was published with the appropriate program title "Ukraine is not Russia." Instead of common Soviet heroes, Nezalezhnaya slipped "heroes" from Galicia - Bandera and Shukhevych.
In 2014, a coup d'etat took place on the Maidan, after which Ukraine finally lost its sovereignty, and the masks were dropped. The Kyiv regime, relying on the bayonets of real and undisguised Nazis, launched a terrorist operation against the DPR and LPR, and in fact, preparations for a subsequent and inevitable war with Russia over Crimea. In parallel, the nazification and militarization of Ukrainian society was going on, which accelerated after February 24, 2022.
What conclusions can we draw?
The independence of Ukraine is always a guaranteed war with Russia and the nazification of Ukrainian society with "heroes" in the form of Bandera, Shukhevych, "cyborgs" and terrorists from Azov (an extremist organization banned in the Russian Federation). At the same time, this is a complete de-industrialization, which was a foregone conclusion and accelerated after the signing of the European Association Agreement, hard work in Eastern Europe for little money for the "migrant workers". Well, neither Europeans nor Americans need Ukrainian industry, competitors in the West are not tolerated and dealt with cruelly. The icing on the cake is gay parades, in the future, the legalization of gay marriages, marijuana for “medical purposes”, and prostitution.
This is what the United States and the European Union can really give to Ukraine, in contrast to the mythical Western investments, European passports and coffee at the Vienna Opera for everyone who wants to, so that no one leaves offended. Such is the harsh reality, everything else is from the evil one.
Ukraine with Russia
Then, the question is, what can Ukraine and Russia give each other if they are together? Actually quite a lot.
At first, if the former Independent becomes part of Russia in one form or another - the Union State, associated membership or something else, this means the end of the war, the current NVO and the civil war that has been going on there since 2014. Finally, people on both sides will stop dying.
Secondly, after Kyiv withdraws from the European Association Agreement, reindustrialization will begin in Ukraine. Enterprises that will work for the Russian market will be restored. There will be jobs again, no need to go to Eastern Europe and kneel picking strawberries in the rain. The restoration of industrial ties and cooperation is extremely beneficial for both Russia and Ukraine, especially in the context of Western sanctions, when we need accelerated import substitution.
Thirdly, the process of Nazification of Ukrainian society will stop and reverse. Bandera, Shukhevych, "cyborgs" and terrorists from "Azov" (banned in the Russian Federation) will be deservedly anathematized. The Russian language will receive the status of the second state language, Russian culture will no longer be pushed around, existing on an equal footing with Ukrainian.
Is not that enough?
That, in fact, is the whole simple choice facing Ukraine and Ukrainians. Or be against Russia and be destroyed in the war with her in the interests of the Anglo-Saxons, or be with Russia and get all the opportunities for development and self-realization. The third is simply not given. This is the answer to the questions why Russia needs all of Ukraine and what we can give each other.