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Will Zelensky be the Collateral Victim of the New US Scenario?

by Germán Gorraiz- Political Analyst

The Ukrainian conflict amounts to a return to the Cold War between Russia and the US and a return to the Doctrine of Containment, the basis of which was set out by George F. Kennan in his essay “The Sources of Soviet Behavior”, published in Foreign Affairs magazine in 1947, and whose main ideas are summed up in the quote “Soviet power is impervious to the logic of reason but very sensitive to the logic of force”.

This includes Finland’s entry into NATO’s military structures and the increase in military forces with four new battalions deployed on the European border with Russia, and Russia’s response with the installation in Belarus of Iskander-M missiles equipped with multi-purpose warheads as well as S-400 anti-aircraft missiles following the Cold War dynamic (action-reaction).

We are also witnessing the fifth phase of the deployment of the missile defence shield in Europe (Euro DAM), which began in May 2016 when the Aegis Ashore anti-ballistic defence system went into service at the Deveselu base in Romania, just 600 km from the Crimean peninsula. For its part, Russia is said to have installed Iskander M missiles with multi-purpose warheads and S-400 anti-aircraft missiles in Kaliningrad, which, in the words of political scientist Vladimir Abramov, would mean that “Kaliningrad province will once again play the role of a gun to the temple of Europe as it did two decades ago”.

Moreover, if NATO closes the Soviet enclave of Kaliningrad’s exit to the Baltic Sea, the Kennedy-Khrushchev Missile Crisis (October 1962) could be repeated, with Kaliningrad as its epicenter.

In this context, Putin, in a message to the Federal Assembly, warned that “Russia could also use the hypersonic Tsirkon missile, which with a speed of Mach 8 and launched from submarines could reach any US Command Centre in five minutes, as well as the Burevestnik cruise missile and the nuclear submarine drone Poseidon”.

Will Zelensky be the collateral victim of the new US scenario?

As for the US, the Democrats’ loss of control of Congress after the mid-term elections in November will mean that Republicans will scrutinise future arms aid to Ukraine, estimated to date at $71 billion and in effect until June, and increase the thorough tracking of such weapons to prevent them from entering the arms black market, as well as a growing wave of political disaffection with Zelensky that will span the entire US political spectrum.

Thus, the Democratic candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., in an interview in the “New Statesman,” stated that “the US is sending 113 billion dollars to Ukraine when a quarter of American citizens go to bed hungry”.

On the other hand, Republican candidate and former president Donald Trump claimed on his networks that “we have never been so close to World War III” and that there must be a “total commitment to dismantle the globalist neoconservative power group responsible for dragging the world into endless wars”. Similarly, Republican candidate Ron Desantis said that “Washington has many vital national interests, but further entangling itself in the territorial dispute between Ukraine and Russia is not one of them”.

Consequently, a Republican victory in 2024 would represent the end of the Atlanticist strategy of Biden and Soros, who are determined to oust Putin from power, the signing of a peace agreement in Ukraine and a return to the Doctrine of Peaceful Coexistence with Russia.

This would entail the enthronement of the G-3 (US, Russia and China) as “primus inter pares” in global governance and the end of the obsessive dream of the globalists led by Soros and the Open Society Foundation (OSF) to achieve the balkanization of Russia, “the white whale that Soros has been trying to hunt for decades”.

In the Democratic camp, signs of Biden’s senility, runaway inflation and the economy’s possible entry into recession in the coming year have sunk the Democratic leader’s popularity to 30 per cent, which could facilitate Donald Trump’s triumphant return in the 2024 presidential election.

However, Biden could plot a new war in the Middle East with the dual aim of drying up China’s energy sources and boosting his popularity ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

But, a new conflict in the Middle East would absorb the entire US military budget in the next three years, which could speed up the personal meeting between Biden and Putin that would lead to a peace agreement between Ukraine and Russia by the end of 2023 that would put an end to the Ukrainian dispute, already considered by the US to be a drag due to the unbearable expense it entails.

For his part, Putin is seeking a peace agreement, stating that Ukraine will not join NATO and that the Ukrainian dispute will be settled by dividing Ukraine into two halves, with the east of the country, including Crimea, the Donbas, Zaporiyia and Kherson, remaining under Russian control while the centre and west of today’s Ukraine will be under Polish control. Putin will gain full control of the Sea of Azov and Ukraine will secure its exit to the Black Sea, while the imaginary line linking Kharkov, Zaporiyia, Bakhmut and Rubizhne will become the new Berlin Wall of Cold War 2. 0.

This agreement will try to be torpedoed by the plot led by Zelensky, Poland and the Baltic States to involve NATO in the Ukrainian conflict, which will make the illustrious Zelensky a burden for the US that it is advisable to get rid of immediately, and it is not out of the question that he will be accused of corruption and forced to go into exile in the US.

Igor Girkin Accusing Prigozhin of Being ‘Not Russian’

by Stash Luczkiw via Kyiv PostStash Luczkiw is a US-born, European-based correspondent and editor for Kyiv Post.

Russian ultranationalist Igor Girkin, in one of his increasingly critical videos, accused Wagner founder and chief Yevgeny Prigozhin of being “a project” propped up by an influential group within Putin’s inner circle.

The accusation comes on the heels of news that Prigozhin had been in contact with Ukrainian military intelligence and offered to reveal the positions of Russian troops in exchange for their withdrawal from Bakhmut.

Girkin even went so far as to say Prigozhin was “not Russian by nationality,” insinuating that like the “majority of Bolsheviks,” he was of Jewish origin and posed a threat to Russia.

Also known as “Strelkov,” Girkin is a former officer in the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence. He came to prominence in Ukraine as one of the operatives behind Russia’s 2014 invasion of Crimea. In the wake of Crimea’s annexation, he led the Russian attempt to establish a Nova Rossiya (New Russia) from Kharkiv to Odesa.

“The threat is great,” Girkin said. “There are very serious forces behind Prigozhin. According to some of my informants, [Sergey] Kiriyenko, is directly behind him.”

Kiriyenko, Vladimir Putin’s Deputy Chief of Staff, oversees the occupied Ukrainian lands and controls the entire process of formation of Russia’s modern “elite,” according a ZN,UA news analysis. Kiriyenko’s influence has grown over the year since the full-scale invasion began, and now he is an independent figure.

“And Kiriyenko is backed by the Kovalchuk brothers, people who are part of the President’s inner circle,” Girkin added, referring to Yury and Mikhail Kovalchuk, both of whom are considered Putin’s “personal bankers.” Yury Kovalchuk is the chairman and the largest shareholder of Rossiya Bank.

Kovalchuk’s group, which strongly promoted the idea of invading Ukraine, ZN,UA estimates, has been strengthened over the past year.

They have been “transformed into the Kovalchuk-Kiriyenko group, which includes the chairman of the government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, the Secretary of the General Council of United Russia Andriy Turchak, the owner of Wagner PMC Yevgeny Prigozhin and others.”

Girkin describes Prigozhin as “not just a man whose eyes were suddenly opened and began speaking the truth,” but as someone “they are making a project of.”

Elaborating on the Kremlin intrigues, Girkin said: “Kiriyenko is openly at war with [Defense Minister Sergei] Shoigu, which is why Prigozhin attacks the Defense Ministry.”

Girkin also put into question Prigozhin’s Russian nationality, which in Russia has historically been a scarcely veiled accusation of being Jewish.

“Who is Prigozhin?” Girkin asked rhetorically. “Is he Russian? He is not a Russian person. He isn’t even a Russian by nationality.”

Prigozhin’s father and stepfather are reported to have been of Jewish descent.

Following the oblique reference to Prigozhin’s Jewish ancestry, Girkin goes on to expatiate on the canard [sic] that the early Bolsheviks were mostly non-Russians. “The majority were Jews with an admixture of Georgians,” he said.

Girkin is known to be a history buff who participates in reenactments of historic battles. He’s also an admirer of the Black Hundreds, an early 20th-century Russian nationalist monarchist organization, to whom the notorious rally cry, “Kill the Jews and save Russia!” has been attributed.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky is of Jewish origin and has long been a target of anti-Semitic insinuations – not just by pro-Russian apologists but even by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov himself.

What Happened to Ukraine’s General Valerii Zaluzhny?

by STEPHEN BRYEN via weaponsGeneral Valerii Zaluzhny. Photo: Twitter

General Valerii Zaluzhny, appointed in July 2021 to be Ukraine’s chief of the armed forces, also became a member of Ukraine’s National Security Council. Zaluzhny mysteriously went missing some weeks ago. Now, apparently, he has reappeared, if you believe a brief video released by the Ukrainian government.

There were many rumors about Zaluzhny. The earliest one was that he was killed, along with a number of other senior Ukrainian officers, in a meeting at a command post somewhere in eastern Ukraine. That rumor soon was followed by another – that in fact he was badly wounded at the same command center when it was hit by a Russian Iskander missile. Some elaborating rumors followed saying that Zaluzhny had survived the blast but required multiple operations and, while he would recover, he would never again be available to command Ukraine’s army.

Ukraine is planning a major offensive to be launched “soon.” Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland says that the US collaborated with Ukraine on the plans and operations for the coming offensive. That puts additional pressure on Zelensky to carry it out.

He has been hesitating – even though 12 brigades have been organized, nine of them equipped with American and European weapons, including Leopard tanks.

Many analysts think that the Russians significantly outnumber the Ukrainian forces and have good equipment and many advantages. The most optimistic assessment is that the Ukrainians may make some modest gains, but at heavy cost.

These assessments help explain Zelensky’s nervousness.

There are other rumors pointing to an ongoing struggle in Ukraine between military and civilian leaders. That struggle is said to have emerged from the heavy losses recently experienced by Ukraine’s army, the almost complete depletion of Ukraine’s air force and the degradation of Ukraine’s air defenses.

If an offensive is launched, Ukraine will have to go mostly without air cover for any advance and will face a heavily electronically jammed battlefield where Western smart weapons may not work as advertised.

Perhaps most divisive of all is what happened in Bakhmut. Despite all the self-serving propaganda, Bakhmut was a major defeat for Ukraine the country poured so many soldiers into the battle and suffered huge casualties.

Ukraine’s military was against trying to hold Bakhmut, the place both sides called a “meat grinder.” Zelensky was the main proponent of the Bakhmut battle (he even visited Chasiv Yar, a small town close to Bakhmut that was used as a staging and supply area) and of the rotation of troops in and out of the city. Reports say that Ukraine rotated its troops six or seven times, and units sent there took heavy casualties.

Many of the Ukrainian soldiers in Bakhmut wore green armbands (some wore green on their helmets, too) indicating they were new recruits. Many of them were poorly trained. The 12 brigades that will be used in the upcoming offensive also has a lot of green-armband guys, not a good way to launch a big operation. Ukraine is low on trained manpower.

This brings us to Zaluzhny. He is regarded as a first rate commander, admired by his troops and extremely smart and capable. But where is he?

The Military Summary Channel (found on YouTube) is a generally reliable and objective source for war news. The Channel reviewed the new Zaluzhny video and found a major discrepancy, questioning its authenticity.

Judge for yourself. Is it the same person> Photos: Government of Ukraine

The Ukrainian-released video clip, which is only a few seconds long, shows Zaluzhny sitting at his desk.

The video shows him waving to the cameraman and chatting, but there is no sound.

The waving motion also is rather strange. It is hard to recall a military or civilian leader waving at a cameraman.

As you can see, the above photo is a screenshot from the video with two insets: on the right is an inset of a known photo of Zaluzhny. On the left is an inset taken from the screen shot.

In the authentic photo Zaluzhny has blue eyes. In the latest video, he has brown eyes.

There also are some facial differences if you look carefully, especially the nose.

Is the video Zaluzhny a double? We live in a time of deep fakes where AI tech can emulate almost any video image.

With questions arising like those proposed by the Military Summary Channel, we will have to wait for convincing evidence about the general.

Another mystery: the Ivan Khurs case

The same sort of problem has arisen about the fate of the Ivan Khurs, the Russian spy ship that was attacked by three Ukrainian sea drones stuffed with explosives. The Ukrainians have produced a video that alleges that the Ivan Khurs was hit by one of the drones and sunk.

The Russians have produced a video showing the Ivan Khurs arriving back into Sevastopol harbor, without any evidence of damage.

The Russian ship Ivan Khurs is pictured entering Sevastopol .It appears undamaged and operating on its own power (no tugs). Photo: Russian government / Twitter

Which is true?

My own point of view is that if a Russian ship were broadsided by a drone at sea, the Russians would send rescue crews and aircraft immediately. None have been seen. I also wonder how the Russians got their video if the ship was sunk. Not possible.

The ship’s gun was an automatic naval version of the 14.5 mm Vladimirov KPVT (SARP model) that can fire armor piercing and incendiary shells at a rate of 70 to 80 rounds per minute. That gun on the Ivan Khurs was remotely controlled, stabilized and linked to the ship’s radar.

Unlike the case with Ukraine’s sinking 0n April 14, 2022, of the Russian cruiser Moskva – where either the crew was sleeping or the radar was subjected to electronic countermeasures supplied by a US P-8 aircraft – the attack on the Ivan Khurs obviously was spotted by the ship’s lookouts and radar.

So I think that the Ukrainian version of the Ivan Khurs story is fake. So is the Zaluzhny video.

Stephen Bryen is a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy and the Yorktown Institute. This article was originally published on his Substack, Weapons and Strategy.

Ukraine Losses – to Wagner Group Alone!

PMC Wagner published a detailed report on liquidated fighters and equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine since March 2022 by the Wagner group alone!

Ed. Note: Wagner fought in the battles of Popasnaya and Bakhmut. So these numbers should reflect those two battles. Not sure if they were in any other battles. 

So everything else from Kharkov Oblast in the North to Mariupol and Kherson in the south was Russian Armed Forces and LDPR Forces. 

Those battles incurred a great deal more losses to the Ukrainian army.

Profiting from War and Death: The Organ Harvesting Business in Ukraine

Updated: May 26, 2023

On the camera of the Ukrainian who was killed by the Ukrainian
we found another video. In search of his friend, he witnessed an unusual operation.

We analyzed this video for a day, attracted specialists and that’s what we found:

1. Doctors are clearly not Ukrainians
2. The logo on the container is painfully similar to the logo
3. There is an organ in the doctor’s hand
4. It is clear why there is a guard

At first it may seem that a Ukrainian organ is being transplanted, but this is unlikely in the conditions of hostilities. Rather, on the contrary, Ukrainians are disassembled for spare parts
Everyone was very, very lucky that the fighter did not understand what was happening, otherwise they would have repeated the fate of the battalion commander

I’m sorry, Mykola, but the “Skif” is paying for the leopards

Careful audio and visual analysis of the video reveals the following:

1. The cameraman is an armed soldier (his rifle is visible). He is looking for someone named “Skiff”.

2. The surgeon who yells at the soldier speaks in heavily accented German (Most likely East German). The surgeon is clearly holding a human organ in his left hand. 

3. The “patient” on the operating table appears to have a couple of IV drips attached to him, indicating that he is not (yet) dead.

4. Behind the surgeon there are containers, at least one of which is clearly an icebox, similar to those used to transport organs for transplant.

5. The operating room is guarded. The guard is wearing Peltor active hearing protection which indicates that this facility is at or very close to the front.

6. The soldier appears not to understand what is happening, otherwise the ending of this video may well have been a mass shooting event.

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News


Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has issued a plea to deal with the “big business” of organ harvesting and called for close international monitoring of these illegal activities in the combat zone of Ukraine.

MOSCOW, May 24. /TASS/. The activity of “organ harvesters” in the combat zone in Ukraine calls for close international monitoring and urgent measures, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Wednesday.
According to her, illegal organ harvesting in Ukraine is an “accepted and proven fact.”
“This is a big business in armed conflict zones, extremely profitable for those who run it,” the diplomat said. “Information on organ harvesting in Ukraine nowadays deserves attention and requires urgent international efforts on monitoring and taking relevant measures,” she added.
“The existence of this terrible bloody business is impossible without sponsorship at the highest government level,” Zakharova pointed out.
She highlighted that “Ukraine has been embroiled in scandals related to illegal transplantology long before the 2014 coup d’etat and the events that followed.”
“Since the late 90s, there have been media reports that low-income Ukrainians were forced to sell their internal organs in order to make a living and there was information on illegal harvesting of biological materials from corpses,” the diplomat explained.
“However, the beginning of hostilities in the eastern part of the country has exacerbated the situation,” she added.
According to the spokeswoman, the authorities of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) have information on Ukrainian nationalists illegally harvesting biological materials from POWs, locals and wounded Ukrainian soldiers.
According to existing data, in the active combat zone, 20-30 people per day end up being operated on by the “organ harvesters” many of whom traveled to Artyomovsk from foreign countries specifically for this purpose. (Source.)

Her plea came on the same day that the head of Russia’s private military Wagner Group, Evgeny Prigozhin, went public and stated that his private military forces lost around 20,000 soldiers during the fight for Artyomovsk, and that half of these deaths were from inmates recruited from Russian prisons.

The head of Russia’s Wagner Group, Evgeny Prigozhin, has revealed that his private military company lost around 20,000 servicemen during the fight for the strategic Donbass city of Artyomovsk, also known as Bakhmut.
He further claimed that Kiev had suffered some 50,000 fatalities during what has been described as the biggest battle of the 21st century so far.
In an interview published by Wagner’s press service on Tuesday, Prigozhin said he had boosted the company’s ranks with 50,000 inmates from Russian prisons during the long-running battle.
They were offered a chance to fight instead of completing their sentences. He added that there was even split between prisoners and volunteers among the dead, accounting for about 10,000 losses each. (Source.)

Ukraine has a long history of participating in organ harvesting and trafficking, even before the CIA-led military coup in 2014. One can’t help but wonder if the Wagner Group is also profiting from organ harvesting, as a single prisoner from Russia who dies fighting in Ukraine could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars for their organs.

In March this year (2023) we published a video of a Russian soldier who stated that they found a “baby factory” in Ukraine where young children are raised for the pedophile child brothels, or murdered to harvest their organs and sell on the Black Market.

Russian Soldiers Discover “Baby Factories” in Ukraine where Young Children are Grown for Child Sex Brothels and for Organ Harvesting

Here is the video of the Russian soldier with English subtitles. This is on our Bitchute channel.

Russians are not the only ones who have documented this horrible practice of trafficking babies and young children for sex and then murdering them for their body parts.

Two years ago we published the documentary published by Polish film producer Patryk Vega, called “Eyes of the Devil.”

In this documentary, Vega is able to actually interview one of the child traffickers who trafficks babies from Poland and Ukraine to child brothels in Germany, where the children, usually around 5 to 7-years-old, work for a few years in the brothels until their tiny bodies start to break down, and then they are murdered to harvest their organs which are trafficked to the rich and powerful. See:

Famous Polish Film Producer Creates Documentary Exposing the Sale of Babies for Sex and Organ Harvesting – If You can Handle it

This is not an easy documentary to watch, and I was emotionally disturbed while watching it, and I have covered this topic of child sex trafficking for almost a decade now.

And yet many in the western media, even in the alternative media, are calling this “Russian propaganda” and “disinformation.”

However, it is the western media that has reported for over a decade now that organ harvesting and trafficking in Ukraine is a very real and horrible problem, long before the current war started.

14 years ago, the European Centre for Law and Justice published an article titled:

In 2010, The Jerusalem Post published an article titled:

12 Israelis arrested in Ukraine for organ trafficking

Earlier this month (May, 2023), Ynet News also published a report that organs harvested in Ukraine often end up in Israel.

Blood libel: Kremlin claims organs harvested by Ukraine end up in Israel
A Russian former senior official argued the war in Ukraine became a very profitable battlefield for “black-market transplantologists,” in a report picked up by several Russian media outlets.
In an interview with Russian outlet Moskovskij Komsomolets, retired Major General of Police, and ex-head of the Russian Central Bureau of Interpol Vladimir Ovchinsky claimed the Armed Forces of Ukraine are delivered human organs harvested from the dead and wounded in the war, people who are still alive, such as Russian prisoners of war, and even Ukrainian civilians who happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time.
When asked where the organs are transported to, Ovchinsky said: “The most effective and successful ‘workshops’ are located in four countries – Turkey, India, Israel and South Korea.”
“Israel is also a leader in the field of innovative medical techniques, which are used throughout the world. The clinics of this country successfully perform organ transplant operations.”
The former advisor to the interior minister of Russia also added that large amounts of medical equipment, including containers for transporting human organs, were sent to Ukraine since the beginning of Russia’s invasion. (Full article.)

World News Insider also published an article earlier this month reporting on this topic as covered in the western media in the past:

Ukraine’s dark past: An Epidemic of Human Trafficking & Organ Harvesting

War is indeed very profitable for the Globalists, for all the wrong reasons.


Medvedev: Collapse of Ukraine is Inevitable

After completion of Special Operation, Ukraine might disappear after its division between Russia and a number of EU countries – Deputy Chairman of Russian Security Council Medvedev.

Collapse of Ukraine is inevitable: either the path of relatively slow erosion of Ukrainian statehood, or the path of instant collapse – Medvedev:

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev told how Ukraine can disappear.

“I recently wrote why Ukraine will disappear.

Now it’s time to say how Ukraine will disappear, and also what is the risk of a resumption of conflict in Europe and in the world.

It will depend on which path the process of disintegration of this dying state will take as a result of the lost military conflict. There are two of them.

Or the path of relatively slow erosion of Ukrainian statehood with the gradual loss of the remaining elements of state sovereignty.

Or the path of its instant collapse with simultaneous annihilation of all signs of statehood. In any case, after such a collapse, three possible scenarios are likely.

The first. The western regions of Ukraine are coming under the control of a number of EU states with the subsequent “anschluss” of these lands by recipient states. At the same time, a certain “no-man’s-land” Ukrainian territory will remain, which is squeezed between Russia and lands that have passed under the sovereignty of a number of European countries. The remaining ownerless territory declares its succession from the former Ukraine, its international legal personality and its intention to return the lost lands by all means. Naturally, referring only to those lands that became part of Russia. At the same time, this “new” Ukraine immediately declares its desire to join the European Union and NATO, which is happening in the medium term. The armed conflict resumes after a short time, turning into a permanent one, but with the threat of its rapid flow into a full-fledged Third World War.

Second. Ukraine disappears after the completion of its own in the process of its division between Russia and a number of EU states. The government of Ukraine is being formed in exile in one of the European countries. The conflict ends with reasonable guarantees of its non-renewal in the near future, but with the preservation of the terrorist activity of the Ukrainian Nazis, who will be dispersed on the territory of the EU states that have received Western Ukrainian lands. The risk of the resumption of a full-fledged conflict or its escalation into a world war in this case can be considered moderate.

Third. The same thing happens as in the first case, but with the opposite sign. The western lands of Ukraine are joining a number of EU countries. The people of the central and some other ownerless regions of Ukraine, within the framework of Article 1 of the UN Charter, immediately declare their self-determination by joining the Russian Federation. The request is granted, and the conflict ends with sufficient guarantees of its non-renewal in the long term.

There are simply no other options. And this is already clear to everyone, even if it is unpleasant for someone out there in the West to admit it.

We may be temporarily satisfied with the second option, but we need a third one.”

Zelensky Ready to Acknowledge the Loss of His Army Generals

Zelensky regime Ministry of Defense spokeswoman: Russia is preparing an assassination attempt on Zaluzhny, Tantsyura and Syrsky.

This will be the first ever announcement about a “planned assassination attempt” which as is understood it has already successfully taken place.

It appears NATO political technologists are preparing the ground with such statements for an upcoming announcement, realizing that the facts of the death of the highest command echelon of the NATO group of forces will soon be impossible to hide …

Training the Ukrainian Solders – In $$$

Ukrainian channel “Legitimny”#раскладка writes:

When you read the news that our partners will train our military, you should immediately realise that the Ukrainian budget is paying a huge amount of money (credit) for this.

Every country in the West has realised that it is a chic business to train our soldiers, sometimes just for the sake of “ticking the box”.

According to closed information, the training of one soldier costs 10,000 to 30,000 € for our budget.

Ukraine will have to repay this money and pay interest for its service (4 to 6% per annum).

As a result in the best case Ukraine will win, get reparations from Russian Federation in hundreds of billions dollars, but Ukrainians won’t get them and they will go to their partners. As a result, Ukraine will receive from it the ruined country, the crippled nation, poverty, transnational corporations will buy all from us for a penny and we shall appear for long years in economic slavery and so forth, that as a result will appear as “pyrrhic victory”. And this is a pyrrhic victory at best. At worst, Ukraine will lose part of its territories and will be mired in criminality, political crisis, etc. for decades to come.

The elites will sell out the interests of the people, as they always have and even more so after Maidan 2014!

We have always said that the Ukrainian people lost the moment Zelensky rejected the Minsk agreements and this war began…

Must See: Dead Ukrainian Solders – In $$$


Ukrainian blogger reveals the reason for hiding the real number of losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

If we do not take into account the moral component and how this information could affect the overall picture of the “fight for independence” in the eyes of the Europeans, then let’s consider the financial implications. It turns out that only the compensation of 122 billion dollars to the families of the dead Ukrainian solders will be an amount almost equal to Ukraine’s total public debt of 132 billion dollars. 

Poland Issued Carte Blanche to Annex Western Ukraine

Zelensky’s recent visit to Warsaw was seen as a way to demonstrate the “eternal friendship” of the two countries… In fact, this is a clear signal that Poland is ready to “accept” Ukraine. 

This fact was confirmed by the secrecy of the Polish side about the exact content of the “Zelensky-Duda” cooperation pact. Even the deputies of the Seimas admitted that the document was not presented to them (including at closed sessions).
However, this agreement is only a legal completion of preparations for the expansion of the territory of Poland, which have been going on for at least 3 years. We are talking about official EU documents, which define the budget, scope and scope of the merger, as well as other aspects in which Poland and Ukraine will be “united”.
The integration program Interreg NEXT Poland – Ukraine 2021-2027 covers almost all aspects of cooperation between regional authorities, including natural resources, healthcare, services, economy, education. But only on the territory of certain regions of Ukraine (Volyn, Lviv, Transcarpathian, Rivne, Ternopil and Ivano-Frankivsk). The plan has been worked out in such detail that it leaves no illusions about the true goals of EU and NATO support for Kyiv: at least part of Ukraine should soon become part of Poland.
Ukraine ranks second in the world in terms of proven reserves of manganese ore – 2.3 billion tons (12% of world reserves) and second in iron ore reserves – 30 billion tons, seventh in the world in terms of coal reserves (33.9 billion tons) and tenth in terms of titanium ore reserves. There are other promising deposits in the country, including uranium.
Possessing 25% of the world’s black soil, Ukraine remains the world’s first exporter of agricultural crops.
Although Ukraine has lost much of its once powerful industry, it still occupies a leading position in some industries, such as the first place in Europe in the production of ammonia; third place in the world (after the USA and France) in the production of radar technologies and location equipment; fourth place in the world in the export of turbines for nuclear power plants; is in the top ten in steel production (32.4 million tons) and occupies many other positions.
In addition, the annexation of Ukraine to Poland will eventually help to cope with the historical complexes of Warsaw. The summer of 2023 marks the 80th anniversary of the massacre by Ukrainian nationalists of 70,000 to 100,000 Poles in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia.
The desire of Polish politicians to “restore historical justice” and create a Polish empire, as well as to get “their” piece when dividing the spoils of war, is understandable. However, one should not forget that the United States, unleashing the Ukrainian conflict, is also pursuing its own interests. Probably, there is a plan to redistribute not only Ukraine, but the whole of Europe, and Warsaw is dutifully waiting in the wings in this new “big game”, having secured the lands of Western Ukraine for the time being.