Putin denying rumors that Russia was going to declare a state of emergency or martial law due to the ongoing “Special De-Nazification Operation” in Ukraine and Western sanctions against Moscow, with him stating: “Martial law is declared in a country in case of a foreign aggression, including in particular places where hostilities take place…We don’t have a case like this, and I hope we won’t”, says measured actions like this explain why his public support among Russia peoples has surged to 71%, as opposed to President Joe Biden, whose approval rating among American peoples has plummeted to 37%.
In an assessment of current events, this report notes, top Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated to reporters this morning: “We hope that, sooner or later, our position will be understood by EU countries and NATO member states…These nations take an excessively emotional approach and refuse to understand very many obvious things…There is the abandonment of relations, the winding-down of economic ties, the introduction of various sanctions by a number of states, such as European countries, the US, Canada, Japan, and others, this does not mean Russia’s isolation…In the world, as you know, there are many other countries than these that have a much more balanced, sometimes more reasonable attitude to the dynamics of international relations…We prefer not to talk about isolation and are clear that we should not discuss it”.
Most notable about the “emotional approach” to the “Special De-Nazification Operation” in Ukraine being evidenced by these Western colonial powers, this report continues, has been them shredding their much vaunted to the world free speech rights to censor and ban every Russian media outlet possible—mass censorship opposed by those like American multi-billionaire Elon Musk, who yesterday vowed that his SpaceX Starlink internet service would only block Russian news outlets “at gunpoint” after he was ordered by unnamed governments to censor the country’s media sources—in Russia not a single Western media outlet has been banned or censored, but yesterday, President Putin did sign into force a new “fake news law” that would jail journalists for telling war propaganda lies—immediately upon this “fake news law” being enacted Western news outlets began curbing their reporting and broadcasts in Russia—most notable of whom was leftist fake news outlet CNN, that posted the message: “CNN will stop broadcasting in Russia while we continue to evaluate the situation and our next steps moving forward”.
In truthful fact, this report details, the only “evaluation” any of these Western colonial war propagandists have to make is if they will tell the truth that the “Special De-Nazification Operation” in Ukraine didn’t start a war, it’s ending one—is war that’s been raging in the Donbass Region of Ukraine since 2014 costing the lives of tens-of-thousands—is a war fully supported by the Western colonial powers that pits Ukrainian ultra nationalist neo-Nazi forces against Russian Slavic Ukrainians—for the past 8-years of this bloody war the dire plight of these Russian Slavic Ukrainians huddling in their basements and bomb shelters have been completely ignored by the Western colonial media—and when the Ukrainian army deployed half its forces to this conflict zone to annihilate these Russian Slavic Ukrainians this past December, neither these Western colonial powers nor their war propagandists said a word.
If the Western peoples had been allowed to know these truths, this report notes, they would have understood that the “Special De-Nazification Operation” was a blitzkrieg seeing a massive Russian military force drive down the middle of Ukraine to seal its army in the eastern part of the country—afterwards Russian military forces attacked these Ukrainian army units from the Black Sea pushing them towards the impenetrable wall of military might prepared to obliterate them—an obliteration of the Ukrainian army so complete, today the Russian National Defense Command Center reported: “The regime in Kiev has practically lost the ability to govern regional and district authorities…Most cities and communities are in the hands of rampaging nationalist battalions, a so-called territorial defense…In fact, they are neo-Nazis, mercenaries, terrorists and bandits, some of them foreign”.
In attempting to bring an end to this conflict, this report continues, Russia opened negotiations with Ukraine, but today sees it being grimly reported: “A Verkhovna Rada lawmaker claims that a member of Ukraine’s first delegation in talks with Russia, Denis Kireev, was killed by the Security Service of Ukraine during arrest on suspicion of treason…There’s been no official confirmation yet, but Ukrainian media outlets have published a graphic photo showing the slain negotiator”—a grim report quickly followed by Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky furiously erupting over NATO refusing to establish a no-fly zone he screamed reflects the “self-hypnosis of those who are weak, under-confident inside”, saw him saying that Western reservations indicated that “not everyone considers the struggle for freedom to be Europe’s number one goal”, then he slammed Western colonial leaders telling them: “All the people who will die starting from this day will also die because of you…Because of your weakness, because of your disunity”—shortly after which a devastating internal government memo has leaked out of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council saying more than 40% of Ukraine territory is now captured, and more than 75% of Ukraine’s military potential is destroyed.
With Ukrainian military forces having now been obliterated, this report concludes, today articles are appearing like “As Russia Pounds Ukraine, NATO Countries Rush In Javelins And Stingers”, “Declassified Papers Reveal Extent Of US Military Aid to Ukraine” and “US Flies Strategic Bombers Over NATO’s Eastern Flank”—are articles that document and explain how the Western colonial powers intend to keep the war in Ukraine ongoing by using ordinary citizens as cannon fodder in a guerilla war campaign against Russia, while using threats of NATO nuclear attacks—but whose actually insane strategy behind is based on a 2019 war simulation conducted by a group of past and present senior US government officials from both sides of the aisle, one of whom was Director Harry J. Kazianis of defense studies at the Center for the National Interest organization in Washington DC, who today chillingly warns:
In the course of what we called the NATO-Russia War of 2019, we estimated one billion people died.
And if we aren’t careful, what happened in a simulation could happen if a NATO-Russia war erupts over Ukraine.
In fact, in the simulation, in which Russia invades Ukraine in a similar way as it did over the last week or so, not only does NATO get sucked in unintentionally, but Russia eventually releases nuclear weapons in its desperation.
The result is an eventual escalation of bigger and more dangerous nuclear weapons whereby over one billion lives are lost.
Quickly reacting to this explosive warning, this report notes, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson openly declared: “We have no hostility toward the Russian people, and we have no desire to impugn a great nation and a world power….Ukraine had no serious prospect of NATO membership in the near future…This is not a NATO conflict, and it will not become one…No ally has sent combat troops to Ukraine”—a declaration of sanity immediately followed by the Socialist Biden Regime revealing it was in talks with NATO member Poland to send fighter jets to Ukraine and that it’s drafting plans for a Ukraine government-in-exile that will launch a guerrilla war so Russia will face a fierce and bloody insurgency—is actual insanity coming after President Putin vowed to immediately respond to such a threat, and warned: “Whoever may try to create obstructions to us, let alone pose threats to our country and our people, they should know that Russia’s response will follow without delay and entail consequences that you have never encountered in your history”—saw President Putin further warning that any nation trying to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine would be considered a combatant in this conflict—and are dire warnings taken notice of by the leftist New York Times, that today is reminding President Joe Biden that the “clear commitments — we will fight here, we won’t fight there — are the coin of the nuclear realm”.
In an address to the Russian people yesterday, this report notes, President Putin revealed that he chose to attack Ukraine beyond the borders of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics to prevent the West from “endlessly” supplying “nationalists and radicals” with various resources, such as weapons and money, saw him adding that Russian forces were “practically done” destroying Ukrainian military sites, such as air defenses and weapons depots—saw President Putin warning the now defeated Ukrainian leadership: “If they continue to do what they are doing, they are calling into question the future of Ukrainian statehood…And if this happens, it will be entirely on their conscience”—a warning joined by the latest urgent war bulletins issued by the Ministry of Defense (MoD), some of whose most important of which include:
“Russian Defense Minister Army General Sergey Shoigu had a telephone conversation with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres…The sides discussed the situation in Ukraine…Sergey Shoigu informed the UN secretary general about the reasons why a decision on the special military operation in Ukraine was made”.
“Russian armed forces have destroyed 2,203 targets of the Ukrainian military infrastructure since the beginning of the special military operation…Russian fighter jets and air defence systems have shot down 10 Ukrainian combat aircraft and helicopters over the past 24 hours…The missile forces have destroyed the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system three Buk M1 anti-aircraft missile systems and three radar stations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were hit by bomber and ground attack aircraft…69 aircraft on the ground and 24 aircraft in the air, 778 tanks and other armoured combat vehicles, 77 multiple launch rocket systems, 279 field artillery and mortars, 553 units of special military vehicles, as well as 62 unmanned aerial vehicles were also destroyed”.
“Up to 50 cargo planes carrying military hardware from the US, UK, Canada, Poland, and Lithuania landed in Ukraine prior to the start of the Russian military operation”.
“A long-range precision strike on a military depot in the Ukrainian city of Zhytomyr by Russian Aerospace Forces has destroyed a warehouse storing West-supplied weapons”.
“A Russian Su-34 frontline bomber destroyed a military facility of Ukrainian Nazi forces in a strike with high-precision weapons…The crew of the Su-34 bomber destroyed this military infrastructure by high-precision air-launched means”.
In commenting on the Russian military obliteration of Ukraine, this report continues, President Putin factually stated: “I presume that our army will solve all the tasks facing it…I don’t doubt it for a second…The entire course of the operation proves it, everything is going according to plan, according to schedule…The first thing they did was to destroy the entire military infrastructure, well not all, but partially…Mainly those were warehouses with weapons, ammunition, aviation and air defence systems”—in describing whom these racist Western colonial powers are actually defending it saw President Putin truthfully observing: “Do you see thousands of people walking around capitals with torches?…Do you see people marching with swastikas and with these torches like it’s Germany in the 1930s?…Do we support those who killed Russians, Jews, even the same Poles in the Second World War?…Do we make heroes out of them?…But in Ukraine they do and [these people] are supported”—after which President Putin said that the decision by these Western colonial powers to implement anti-Russia sanctions was “akin to a declaration of war”.
As to this economic “declaration of war” these Western colonial powers made against Russia, this report details, it did not include Russian metals giant MMC Norilsk Nickel PJSC, that’s been designated “too big to sanction” because it’s one of the world’s largest producers of metals needed for electric batteries—as a consequence of this economic war European gas prices soared to an all-time high after Russia’s main gas pipeline to Europe halted supplies, that caused articles to appear like “Skyrocketing Energy Bills Could Plunge 8.5 Million UK Households Into Fuel Poverty”—after Russia banned fertilizer exports in retaliation against the West it saw Hungary quickly banning all wheat exports—that was swiftly followed by Pakistan striking a key deal to buy wheat and natural gas from Russia—and in knowing what’s really happening, today sees it being reported: “France urges its businesses not to be in a hurry to leave Russia, none of the country’s corporate majors have cut ties with Russia over the Ukraine conflict”.
In turning towards the East and away from the Western colonial powers, this report continues, today it sees Russia preparing to revive the Trans-Korea Gas Pipeline that will pump Siberian gas to energy starved South Korea—in terrified response this week the Biden granted South Korea a waiver to pay the Iranian Regime hundreds-of-millions of dollars—today sees it being reported that the Biden is “on the verge of making the worst ever deal with Iran”—today sees the Biden Regime rushing a high-level delegation to Venezuela, whose government they’ve already declared is “illegitimate”—today sees it being reported that the American average national price of gasoline will hit $4 for only the second time ever on Sunday—today sees economic experts warning that oil at $125-a-barrel will push the United States into recession—are experts also warning that oil is about to soar past $200-a-barrel—Russia is a major investor in Iranian oil and natural gas, and that the Russian government owns massive Venezuela oil assets.
With Russia now rapidly turning away from these racist Western colonial powers towards the East, this report concludes, the insightful article “Sorry, Eurocentrics, But Defending Ukraine Is Not Asia’s Problem” today best captures this historic geopolitical great power shift, wherein it factually reveals:
Not just India, but many developing country middle powers have taken such an agnostic position, including South Africa, which hastily walked back from an initially aggressive line against Russia.
You would never know it from the wall-to-wall coverage in the Western media, but more than a third of humanity has not picked sides in the current European conflict.
Even Israel, as staunch an American ally as there is, has struck a middle ground, criticizing the invasion and stressing the strong ties Israel has with both Russia and Ukraine.
Likewise, Latin American superpower Brazil also struck a neutral position, refusing to condemn the invasion outright and calling for a peaceful solution.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations struck a similar note in a delayed statement on February 26 expressing concern over the conflict but likewise stopping short of condemning Russia.
What has also not gone unnoticed in the developing world is the Eurocentricity of Western media coverage of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Racism of “they’re people who look and behave like us” variety has been all but normalized, with Kyiv being portrayed as a chic European capital of cafes and boutiques.
The identification with Ukraine seems to be so complete that many in the West seem willing to take the world to the brink of a nuclear conflict, very much “people like us” who need “our” assistance.
Such calls were conspicuous by their absence when war wreaked havoc in places such as Afghanistan and Iraq.
For many Western strategic thinkers, the defense of Ukraine is a last gasp at preserving the old world order, carved out by the U.S. and European powers at the end of the Second World War: a Eurocentric world order which marginalized the entirety of the developing world.
Today, countries such as India and China are already looking to shape a new world order which recognizes the primacy of Asia in 21st century economic and geopolitical realities.
The battle for Ukraine may indeed be the last battle of the 20th century.