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Previously: Zelensky’s BFF Forced Out of Top Advisor Role After Admitting Ukraine Did Missile Deaths

It didn’t take Arestovich long after getting thrown under the bus to start attacking the Zelensky regime.

If you knew anything about this guy, you would know he’s not the sort who would respond positively to being thrown under a bus.

He’s now publicly saying the Ukraine is losing the war, which is the exact opposite of what the entire Western world keeps saying.

RT:

Ukraine has squandered the opportunity to prevail in the conflict with Russia, Aleksey Arestovich, a former adviser to President Vladimir Zelensky, said on Friday.

Speaking in an interview with political analyst Yuri Romanenko, Arestovich said that “if everyone thinks that we are guaranteed to win the war, it seems very unlikely.”

What do you think, the assessment of Polish President Andrzej Duda… that there is basically no certainty whether Ukraine will survive… Did he say that for no special reason, or did he say that based on some kind of information?” Arestovich asked.

Well, it seems to me that he said it based on some kind of information.

Duda said several days ago that a “decisive moment” in the conflict could come in a few weeks or months. “And this moment is the answer to the question, if Ukraine will survive or not,” he explained, highlighting the need to support Kiev with Western-made weapons.

Arestovich also warned that Ukraine should not consider itself invincible. “We are invincible only until we are at each other’s throat. When this happens, we are pretty much vincible, in a short time and unexpectedly for ourselves.”

The former official stated that Ukraine had “missed not only a military opportunity, we lost time, and the Russians began mobilization, restored the front [line] situation, and even created superiority in some places.” He added that “not only did the West not give [Ukraine] weapons, we missed a public chance, in terms of domestic and state [policies].”

I’ve bowed out of reporting on the details of the war itself, but you can go on Twitter and see what’s going on (Southfront is also a good English place for war details). The Ukraine frontline has collapsed, as was predicted to happen in the wake of the Russian mobilization in the first quarter of 2023.

There was always no way that the Ukraine could hold off the Russian military. It took a whole lot longer than anyone would have predicted, because no one would have predicted the lengths to which the US and Europe would go, and no one could have predicted that Ukrainians would be willing to die by the hundreds of thousands, ostensibly to force gay sex on Donetsk children. But the inevitable was always inevitable.

You’re going to see more and more of these Zelenskyists jumping ship.

In fact, it’s actually possible that the reverse of the obvious happened – it’s possible Arestovich got thrown under the bus because he was saying that they were going to lose the war, and not that he’s saying it because he got thrown under the bus. He hasn’t publicly said it until now, but he might have been saying it privately.

Probably, this is going to keep going on and on for years, and I don’t think Putin is ever going to get the commitment that the Ukraine won’t join NATO. Kissinger is now saying they should join NATO. Even at 99 years old, he’s still a bellwether for this sort of thing.

But there is no way Russia won’t control the Donbass permanently, there is no way Russia is going to collapse, there is no way the West is going to score an absolute victory.

Eastern Ukraine will remain in Russia, the rest of the Ukraine will join NATO, both sides will declare victory, and you’ll have a kind of eternal war in certain regions between Russians and Americans/Poles for a while until it finally breaks out into a larger WWIII type conflict.

Assuming he doesn’t have a heart attack and die, Zelensky will keep doing his nightly videos making weird faces.

(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Foreign Policy • Tags: NATO, Russia, Ukraine 
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  1. Putin needs to go all in and crush Kiev sooner than later. Once the Ukrainian government is out of the way this conflict can wind down somehow. America and its NAFO vassals will be salty, so they won’t mind that Russia controls the Soledar salt mines cause they’ll have enough of their own anyhow.

    • Agree: follyofwar, PJ London
    • Replies: @Notsofast
    , @Jim Richard
  2. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    The unrepresentative coup dictatorship created a divided Ukraine where one part began warring with the other, becoming hardened enemies in the process and destroying any chances of reconciliation. Maybe the Zelensky regime should have thought things through before dropping shells on their former countrymen and threatening to become a military base aimed at a powerful next door neighbor. They could have been in a good position as an east-west conduit for trade while remaining neutral but that wouldn’t have pleased their US controllers. So now this. It’ll be interesting to see how high their tolerance for pain is before they turn on their dictator Zelensky who sold what he could of that country, destroying millions of lives in the process. The US-NATO countries are laughing at how cheap life is in these parts of the world.

    • Agree: MarkU, Dnought
  3. Dumbo says:

    Arestovich is a clever guy. He probably realized which way the wind is blowing and jumped ship. However, he probably should leave the Ukraine if he wants to survive. He can’t go to Russia, he can’t go to Poland, perhaps Hungary or Romania? Or more likely, the USA. He will find a position in Biden’s cabinet.

  4. There is a 0% chance of Ukranazistan joining NATO without a change in the NATO charter about territorial disputes.

    • Replies: @dimples
    , @Wade Hampton
  5. Anonymous[140] • Disclaimer says:


    My BFF left me

  6. Zelensky said a lot more before he resigned, quite jumped the shark.
    Arestovich (Zelensky’s advisor) condemns Zelensky for war against ethnic Russians & Christianity

    he says ” … because Ukrainians behave like complete assholes with their own citizens. That’s everybody. Zelensky declared war on Christianity. ” and goes on. Essentially its is an admission that Ukraine is in civil war with Zelensky being one of the bad guys (yes we know that but it can not be admitted).

    The “small accident of truth telling” about the air defence missile downing a Russian rocket was not the real story (shades of Nuland being reported as just saying Fxxx the EU in 2013 when she was also deciding who the post coup Ukranian president would be in a conversation with her ambassador).

  7. Bo Bo says:

    There is NO greater hypocrisy today than the effect on the climate today of the war raging in Ukraine right now! Where are the climate activists, United Nations, World Economic Forum 2023 participants? Bombing, burning, gunfire, explosions, etc have an awful effect on the climate. But is anyone saying anything about it? Or demonstrating against the war? NO!!!

    Isn’t NATO and Biden/Democrats contributing to the climate disaster in Ukraine by contributing massive amounts of weapons, explosives and fuel to the war?

    At the same time Biden and Democrats are telling US citizens to stop using gas stoves and gas cars, they are contributing massively to destroying the climate in Ukraine (and the world).

    This insane war in Ukraine should stop immediately for the sake of the climate and humanity!!! SOMEBODY HELP, HELP, HELP!!!

    • Replies: @RestiveUs
  8. They all look like little kiddies.

  9. “It’s over!” NATO (((GREED))) is making Ukraine “weaker.”

  10. Notsofast says:
    @brostoevsky

    …..go all in and crush kiev, sooner than later….that is what the russians have been planning as evidenced by the massive troop build up and obvious preparations on the borders. keep in mind the regular russian army hasn’t really joined the fray yet, all the heavy lifting has been done by wagner, the chechens, and the donbas defense units. imo the russians are really not in a hurry to launch the offensive and are allowing the airstrikes and anxiety over the impending invasion to wreck havoc on the ukrainian leadership and it appears to be working. also keep in mind most of their leadership are junkies (as admitted by arestovich, who claimed they needed something to take the edge off the pressure they are under).

    add to this the recent helicopter crash, that killed the entire leadership of the ministry of internal affairs (leader was a hardcore nazi) and it appears to me that they are already starting to fall apart. as arestovich said, when they turned on each other they are vincible (not that they were invincible before, that’s just the way cokeheads think).

    the overall poor performance of western troops, tactics and weapons, may have surprised the russians, who hadn’t really faced them directly before and in fact they may well want nato to send everything they have, figuring we might as well deal with the problem of nato at the same time as ukraine, as the real war is the geopolitical/economic war that the russians are totally dominating.

    • Agree: Olivier1973
    • Replies: @JR Foley
    , @PJ London
  11. anonymous[704] • Disclaimer says:

    Add to this that German General Erich Vad, formerly top advisor to Angela Merkel who helped arm Ukraine in the 2010s, admits the Ukraine war is lost
    http://johnhelmer.org/german-general-tells-us-generals-to-lose-the-ukraine-war-as-soon-as-possible-to-prevent-losing-the-empire-in-europe/

    And Polish General Waldemar Skrzypczak, former commander of Polish Land Forces, also says there is little that can be done to help Ukraine achieve victory … tho he recommends rounding up all the Ukrainian refugee men in the EU of fighting age, and forcing them to go into battle as a final effort
    https://www.theinteldrop.org/2023/01/20/poland-plans-to-conscript-ukrainian-refugees-read-imprison/

    Russia has ongoing cash flows, from the 75% of world not on board with ‘sanctions’, Russian weapons manufacture is running full-scale … Whilst Ukraine must constantly beg for funds and weapons from countries increasingly impoverished, and some of those weapons arriving are quickly destroyed

    Ukraine has lost more than one-third of its population, Russian people now outnumber Ukrainian 5 or 6 to 1 … it’s simple mathematics now that Ukies lose, like in that famous line from ‘Gettysburg’

    Ukraine had a population of 42 million before the February 2022 Russian incursion, but 17.6 million have departed, per the United Nations … 1 or 2 million exiles have gone back to Ukraine, leaving Ukraine with something under 28 million people … tho several million of those are now in Russian-controlled areas
    Whilst Russia had 146 million people before its annexations, perhaps 150 million plus now under its control, versus maybe less than 25 million under Kiev

    • Agree: Wokechoke
    • Thanks: Realist
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
    , @anonymous
    , @Lurker
  12. QCIC says:

    Arestovych is playing both sides. Always remember that he and Z are ACTORS. There is no reason to believe they have any influence on policy or war fighting. They might, but this requires very strong evidence.

    His “Ukraine is weak comments” put pressure on the West to supply more arms to Ukraine. He may actually think more arms will make a difference in the outcome.

    On the other hand, he seems to be positioning himself as a post-SMO peacemaker/dealmaker. I doubt the Russians will fall for it, but there is always the possibility that he is the “least bad” option, at least for an initial handover.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  13. If the West needs a cosmetic makeover, this guy makes good hype to be selected for more of the same with a new face. He must have blood on his hands when he has not left the country and is only waiting for his chance.

  14. meamjojo says:

    Nice try Andy. Your article will surely make your small audience (maybe 10k followers?) happy but the rest of the world spits in your eye.

    Here is a dose of reality. Doesn’t sound like the West is ready to let Russia beat our proxy warriors!
    =========
    A Brutal New Phase of Putin’s Terrible War in Ukraine
    Jan. 21, 2023
    By The Editorial Board

    The editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom.

    The war in Ukraine has entered a new, more deadly and fateful phase, and the one man who can stop it, Vladimir Putin, has shown no signs that he will do so.

    After 11 months during which Ukraine has won repeated and decisive victories against Russian forces, clawed back some of its lands and cities and withstood lethal assaults on its infrastructure, the war is at a stalemate.

    Still, the fighting rages on, including a ferocious battle for the city of Bakhmut in the eastern Donetsk region. Cruel, seemingly random Russian missile strikes at civilian targets have become a regular horror: On Jan. 14, a Russian missile struck an apartment building in Dnipro, in central Ukraine. Among the at least 40 dead were small children, a pregnant woman and a 15-year-old dancer.

    Both sides are now said to be bracing for a fierce new round of offensives in the late winter or spring. Russia has mobilized 300,000 new men to throw into the fray, and some arms factories are working around the clock. Ukraine’s Western arms suppliers, at the same time, are bolstering Kyiv’s arsenal with armor and air defense systems that until recently they were reluctant to deploy against Russia for fear of escalating this conflict into an all-in East-West war.
    ….
    https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/21/opinion/russia-ukraine.html

    • LOL: Notsofast
    • Troll: Lurker
    • Replies: @michael droy
    , @Derer
    , @pyrrhus
  15. @meamjojo

    So did the NYT write this before Ramstein which was supposed to authorise tons and tons of weapons for Ukraine?
    Or after it didn’t?
    Or lets be honest here, because it didn’t.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  16. RestiveUs says:
    @Bo Bo

    Maybe they’ll all go “green” and use bio-weapons instead…

  17. dimples says:
    @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Nothing is impossible in the ‘rules based international order’ if it suits the JewSA.

    Perhaps Arestovich is angling for a spot as Pres. in the post-Zelensky rump Ukraine, if any?

    • Agree: Wade Hampton
  18. Still screeching about the collapsing ukrainian front. Jewtin, Zelensky, Biden all jewish puppets. Whats most bizarre about this whole affair is that the yids didnt pull an Iraq insurgency on Russia in Ukraine which still will be on the table. The hatred hohols will have for Russia will be 100 fold what it is now. Nobody but business jews will benefit from what this is shaping up to be. Also the Odessa mafia still is on Nato’s side. Putin needs to work that angle like he did in Chechnya to turn the tide more to the Eurasian yids side. Either way goys lost in this shitshow

  19. Gandi says: • Website

    It’s simply a gang war for control, and we are astonished that happens between drugs dealers the world is truly naive, it’s a Russian doll’s mafia from the smallest to the biggest nothing Russian about it other than the doll’s

    • Agree: QCIC
    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
  20. Anonymous[395] • Disclaimer says:

    meamjojo reads the New York Times. That is so fucking sad. Here he is jewsplaining us with the New York Times. What kind of tool reads the New York Times? Now we know every fuckin thing he ever thinks.

    bet he flounces around in some squalid NY suburb with a NPR totebag.

    • LOL: meamjojo
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
    , @Barry Block
  21. Anonymous[305] • Disclaimer says:

    This war is boring and not very entertaining, like when Andy Kaufman became a professional wrestler, got a piledriver and a neck brace and apologized to his victor, and got cancer and died.

  22. Wokechoke says:
    @Anonymous

    It’s one thing to have a read of the NYT to see what’s up with The Establishment Today…but Jesus Christ, it’s a Rag.

    • Agree: Passing By
  23. Wokechoke says:
    @anonymous

    I’ve made this point on here a few times to rebut John Johnson. If anything, Russia is just filling up where a former population has quit The Ukraine. “Nature Taking Its Course +”

    • Replies: @Ann Nonny Mouse
  24. @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Ukraine is a defacto member of NATO today. And if necessary it will be made a dejure member because the NATO charter is a living document, much like the US Constitution, which means that it means whatever the Global Ruling Class wants.

  25. Cook-ie says:

    What intrigues me is Germany?

    Poland has aspirations of becoming the military might of Europe and is pleasing the U.S in its bellicose attitude to Russia.

    At the same time Germanies U.S puppets are weakening it they have already taken big hits in energy and a shrinking industrial sector a result.

    If Germany wants to survive as any sort of power they must take the opportunity to act now or forever be Disney’s German theme park…loaded with cheap black labour.

    The steps Germany have to take immediately is to encourage Poland to over commit its armaments to Ukraine…and to ready the military to retake Silesia.

    If the U.S favour Poland over Germany in this stoush then Germany now has a reason to totally remove U.S institutions and influence in its borders.

    But my bet is on Disney!

  26. Pixo says:

    Seethe and cope bro, but you can’t change the fact that Zelensky is more handsome than you, has a sexy white tradwife and beautiful white children, and is kicking Pootie’s butt.

    Ukraine is “collapsing” you say? Well back on Feb 28 2022, you bleated with glee:

    “I mean, in a few days when the Capitol falls, people are going to be like ‘wait I thought you said Russia was losing’”

    Well bless your heart and enjoy those SE Asian ladyboys!

  27. Basilikos says:

    The longer the SMO goes, the more the US, EU, and NATO are bled dry as the collective West’s disintegration reaches the runaway stage. There is no need for Putin to rush anything and he’s known from the very beginning that the Operation would involve openly confronting the duplicitous West to the very end.

    Russian strategy was never to ‘win’ in 3 days, or 6 months, or some rapid blitz – but to draw out into the open all the Western players so they can no longer hide what their intentions and actions towards Russia have been all along. Amoeba-like movements that ebb, flow, expand, contract, crush and splinter, piece by piece, is enough to keep this going for the rest of the decade while the Western leadership devour each other.

    Ukraine, as a state, no longer exists – if it ever did in the first place. It’s Western-aligned population has only further disgrace and humiliation to look forward to as the ‘order’ they’ve been bamboozled into trying to join implodes all around them. Only those with Israeli passports will temporarily find a safe haven to retreat to.

    The West’s leadership can only grow more deranged and delusional as they watch their entire stockpile of weaponry – new and old – get turned into scrap metal; but still being prevented from ever being able to openly deploy their regular armies into the combat zonw to try to save their dead in the water proxies because, despite all their provocations, Russia is methodically keeping the conlifct contained to the Ukrainian theatre where all the Western leaders can do is sit back, howl like tree monkeys, and watch the nightmare unfold as their ‘liberal world order’ is burnt to the ground – first in the harvesting fields of Ukraine – then more progressively inside their own lands as their own depraved and degenerate populations become beyond governing or managing at all.

    Soon enough, the disintegrating conditions inside the West, itself, will leave them with only two choices:

    1. Flee for their lives
    2. Nuclear Apocalypse

    …or that may be a single choice and the only one they can make.

    Unless other events put them down…

    • Thanks: Ann Nonny Mouse
    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  28. @Gandi

    All governments are essentially, in the last count, gangs.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
    • Replies: @Bro43rd
  29. Alrenous says: • Website

    no one would have predicted the lengths to which the US and Europe would go, and no one could have predicted that Ukrainians would be willing to die by the hundreds of thousands,

    Once again we discover my middle name is No One.

    Probably, this is going to keep going on and on for years

    Only if Putin is developing brain cancer.

    He consolidates the captured Russian regions. Then he asks again: hey, can I get an assurance you won’t join NATO. They don’t, because their president is a usurper/faggot. They attack the regions again, Putin uses this as justification to seize all of Ukraine. (He only asked for appearances’ sake.)

    “You wanted NATO and its missiles on Russia’s border. Cool, now Poland is on Russia’s border. Happy?”

  30. Russia’s economy is on th4e ropes (no the exchange rate does not say anything one way or the other on this), and Putin is running press gangs and scraping out prisons and drafting druggies and other Gopniks, and has no money to equip his troops, cloth or feed them, so Russia is obviously winning.

    Ukraine is winning now. There is no guarantee that will continue, but it is unlikely Russia will win given how hollow his country is from the widespread, deep seated corruption.

    • Agree: meamjojo
    • Replies: @JR Foley
    , @mike99588
  31. @Wokechoke

    But Zeesquee’s secret mission is to destroy Ukraine, isn’t it?

    Going well, and paid well, Zeesquee? Well done!

  32. Is this culture?

  33. anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    And Polish General Waldemar Skrzypczak, former commander of Polish Land Forces, also says there is little that can be done to help Ukraine achieve victory … tho he recommends rounding up all the Ukrainian refugee men in the EU of fighting age, and forcing them to go into battle as a final effort

    What…. But how can the Ashkenazi men enjoy the land in a deserted Ukraine if they, too, are dead? This is all about creating a place for a second Ashkenazi state (seeing how Isn’treal can’t support itself without massive amounts of money from the U.S., while the value of the US dollar is plummetting and the US government now needs to borrow money just to pay off maturing bonds). A second/new Ashkenazi state without military age male Ashkenazi ain’t gonna work.

    Of course, there’s that other issue of farming the rich soils of Ukraine…. the Ashkenazi utterly abhor farming, let alone the act of actually putting seeds in the soil and getting their precious hands dirty.
    150 years ago, the Russian czar set up a program to turn the Ashkenazi from subsisting on the proceeds of vice to being honest farmers, and it was an absolute failure. They were given seed grain and livestock. In general, they proceeded to take the seed grain and ferment it for alcohol rather than planting it, and sold their livestock… then complained that they had nothing to run a farm with. Screw those people…. especially the Neocons behind all of this.

    • Agree: A. Clifton
    • Replies: @Sanecat67
    , @Wokechoke
  34. anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @QCIC

    That assumes that Putin doesn’t install his own puppet in Kiev. And I wouldn’t blame Putin if and when he does exactly that.

  35. Dumbo says:
    @Pixo

    Zelensky is more handsome

    You must be a mentally ill homosexual, or blind. Go away. No one cares what you “think”.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  36. meamjojo says:
    @michael droy

    Ukraine getting ready to roll over Russians once the Leopard tanks arrive.
    =========
    Germany will not keep Poland from sending tanks to Ukraine
    21 Jan 2023

    German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said Berlin would not stand in the way if Poland decides to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine. French President Emmanuel Macron did not rule out sending heavy tanks to Ukraine.

    https://www.dw.com/en/ukraine-updates-germany-will-not-keep-poland-from-sending-tanks-to-ukraine/a-64480279

    • LOL: Passing By
    • Troll: Lurker
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
    , @Derer
  37. Sanecat67 says:
    @anonymous

    These people absolutely hate having to do any kind of manual physical labor. They are much more content to live off the fruits of other’s hard work. Been that way for millennia.

  38. Those closing pics remind me of the villains some Bruce Willis type typically says Yippy Ki Yo MF to in a the fiery finale.

  39. @Anonymous

    All the “news” that firs their views. US “news” is to keep the upper middle classes sated with happy talk, and right path talk about us empire doing good, road bumps along way, doing good.

    It is more us propaganda.

  40. @Basilikos

    I´d say Gonzalo nails it again … not good; hope the Germans finally grok
    the Ruskies are fighting for their freedom too.

    • Replies: @Zane
  41. @Pixo

    Seeing all the “Ukraine is collapsing” posts week after week reminds me of the daily “walls are closing in on Trump” daily by CNN for four years.

    People on this site don’t like it when you point out their wrong after wrong prediction

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @Wokechoke
  42. All the “news” that fits their views.

    Keep the professional classes sated and happy, nothing to see, things doing ok, move on, and keep buying us crap-keep the buffoon amerikant populace in their usual stupor.

    More psy ops/propaganda -us empire styles

  43. Dumbo says:
    @Shitposter_in Chief

    I find it more interesting that basically the same people who defended Covid lockdowns and vaxx passes, are the ones now defending the Ukraine. What a lack of imagination.

    The Ukraine IS collapsing. 17 million people left the country. The economy is in shambles. They lost who knows how many thousands of young men. Who cares if they get new tanks, or if idiots like you cheer them on so even more young men are massacred. NATO can prop this stupid war for years, but nothing will improve the situation of the Ukraine. It is fucked. Even if they “win”, they lose.

    But, as they say, there’s a lot of ruin in a nation, so it takes time. It will happen “Gradually, then all at once”, as that character in Hemingway’s best novel said.

    Then it will be a “take the money and run” scenario for a lot of those jews pushing this crap.

    How many more billions should we send them?

  44. Wokechoke says:
    @Shitposter_in Chief

    Half the Ukraine population has run off to Poland or Berlin. The remainder are getting bombed to smitherines. Ukraine is a vanishing nation. It’s got nothing to do with “moving wall” metaphors. The Russian invasion is just nature taking its course + HE.

    • Replies: @JR Foley
  45. Wokechoke says:
    @anonymous

    Could we give all the Jews in the US tickets to go fight Russia in The Ukraine?

  46. The US war against Russia won’t end when Ukraine is beaten. This war began in 1918 when the US sent ground forces into Russia in a failed attempt to overthrown the revolution. It is more essential than ever now, as Act One in the war on the main target, China. Missiles in Poland, troops in Romania, more CIA coups in Serbia, Kazakhstan, it will go on and on. The Empire of Lies will finally be defeated on the economic front. The majority of the nations are primed to adopt a safer currency than the US dollar, the new gold-based international currency that Russia and China recently announced. There will probably be hell to pay for us here. History shows that our very aggressive primate species rarely accepts status loss rationally. Maybe this is our karma for our complicity in the nonstop direct and proxy wars Washington has been waging globally since 1945. In any case, we have no hope of getting our republic back until the empire that has systematically stripped away our liberties has been abolished.

  47. Bro43rd says:
    @Old Brown Fool

    As Murray Rothbard said, “A mafia, writ large”.

    • Agree: Hunsdon
  48. @Dumbo

    My bet is that he’s Jewish.

  49. Derer says:
    @meamjojo

    Change your sources the NY Times is a propaganda arm of Nuland’s Kiev regime and I do not have to tell you why. They have the same agenda, both want a better location for Israel.

    • LOL: meamjojo
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  50. Anonymous[203] • Disclaimer says:

    Eastern Ukraine will remain in Russia, the rest of the Ukraine will join NATO

    No way, José.

    Col. Macgregor, whose analyses have been correct almost every time, says Russia will totally over-power all of Ukraine. And soon. Because it must.

    To leave any possibility of NATO placing missiles near the Motherland will render all Putin has done thus far useless.

    The West blew it by reneging on the Minsk Accords. Now? It’s shit-hammer time!

    Re-Christianized Russia now knows that turning-the-other-cheek/trusting the West’s neocons is suicidal. So Vlad is going for unconditional surrender. He either stands-fights-wins now or Russia gets its anus Schwab’d by klaus encounters of the ziokind.

    (White American conservatives should pay attention, learn, and emulate.)

    Putin has marshaled his martial forces. He will soon “loose the dogs of war” and savagely ravage all of Ukraine.

    Finally, don’t count on Europe welcoming a “rebuilt Ukraine” as Israel Dos. That dog won’t hunt. In fact, it is quite likely that Jews world-wide will be rightfully blamed as Good Juden who, like Good Germans, let bad shit happen.

    I suspect that kind of “goy globalism” isn’t exactly the type of justice jussie smallhats were seeking. Still, they’ll likely get it good-and-hard just the same.

  51. Zane says:
    @nokangaroos

    You think a guy who looks like that has any grasp of anything? He’s a paid shill.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  52. pyrrhus says:
    @meamjojo

    Typical NYT lies and stupidity…nothing new here…Ukraine is finished, and its choice is between getting hundreds of thousands more killed or peace on Russian terms…Tanks, which they don’t even know how to operate, won’t help…

  53. Zelensky looks demented.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  54. JR Foley says:
    @Notsofast

    Canada could send in its 2,000 troops now in Latvia arriving at Ukraine border with bagpipes blaring and bugles blasting “When this Saints Come Marching In” and “Zylenskyy on the Ceiling” will indeed turn the tide —for Greta Thunberg and the Davos Puppetmasters.

  55. JR Foley says:
    @Quartermaster

    USA is 32 Trillion in Debt and rising—it will take Russia 200 years to match this stat—all Yellen aside and Blinken and Nod.

  56. JR Foley says:
    @Wokechoke

    Ukraine is bugled –who will be next—-Canada might be a good qualifying candidate —defense Minister an Indian and the inclusive Inner Cabinet —when you spot a white face you yell “Bingo”!!!

  57. @brostoevsky

    “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.” ― Napoleon Bonaparte

  58. Piet says:

    Ukraine isn’t done. The tanks and APCs being sent are what is going to form the backbone of a spring surge which has the potential to not only liberate all of eastern Ukraine and Crimea but to push on and go into Russia itself.

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Etruscan Film Star
  59. PJ London says:
    @Notsofast

    Exactly, the Russian military has not yet been involved in the war except for the Air force and Space (Missile) forces.
    Russia thought the war was over in March with an agreed treaty between Ukraine and Russia, until Johnson jumped in and promised Zelensky the world to continue.
    Now it has gotten real. The first call-up (300,000) was completed in a couple of weeks and Russia instead of pushing them to the front (a la Ukraine) had them work in training camps for 5 months to be a co-ordinated army and not a bunch of soldiers. Russia has started the second call-up rumoured to be 1.5 million men.
    Russia will sign no agreements, not with Ukraine, not any European state and especially not with USA. This leaves them with only the option of unconditional surrender by all their enemies as the end-point in the war.
    Much as you would like to think that this is unrealistic, Russia has the backing of 80% of the world. BRICS+ is the new UN and the US-NATO nations are excluded.
    It will take 2 – 3 years but the west is effectively dead as a power. They have nothing that the rest of the world want or need.
    And most importantly, they have no way to impose their power any more.
    RIP.

    • Agree: Notsofast
    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  60. Renoman says:

    Anyone with eyes in their head and a hole in their ass knows Ukraine will loose. The question is will the USA open a formal front in Russia? I doubt it, Douglas MacGregor can explain it better than me. Search him on YouTube and know the truth.

    • Replies: @Olivier1973
  61. Russia thought the war was over in March with an agreed treaty between Ukraine and Russia, until Johnson jumped in and promised Zelensky the world to continue.

    The clown is just that a clown, a puppet, he does not decide, the ukronazis and the SBU do. A negotiator was killed by the SBU, and it was not the other clown bj.

  62. @Renoman

    Yankees are cowards, they go to war only against weaker countries. They know too well what will happen if they try to go to war with Russia. They are greedy, immoral, but they are not stupid. Or are they?

  63. Lurker says:
    @anonymous

    Is there any sort of formal process to bring pro-Russian Ukrainian refugees to Russia? Other than the classic turn up at the Russian embassy in Poland, Romania etc.

  64. @PJ London

    Russia is still using small forces against numerically superior Ukrainians and making small progress. It makes sense not to commit most of its troops and to keep them in reserve if NATO countries gang up on it. Russians could easily roll over the Ukraine but do they have enough forces to occupy the country? The only way for them to control the country is through a Russian friendly government but that now seems unlikely. If they proceed far and fast then they’ll be facing the same problem they had earlier of being too thinly spread out.

  65. @Zane

    Ted Rall quipped back in the day that if Dems cannot decide between
    the dragon lady and Blackula they should nominate Condi Rice 😛
    If you want someone who is decorative and makes sense I suggest
    the divine Ms. Zakharova.

  66. @Commentator Mike

    It makes little sense at this point to proceed except to get Donetsk city out of artillery range at long last; keep in mind the fighting still is far inside Russia proper (we´re not even talking Noworossija – the indisputably Russian parts – yet). What would be the point of laying every Russian village to ashes? Artyomowsk/Bakhmut is already in ruins as well as in operational encirclement; as long as the Hohols keep coming – courtesy of the pianist gnome – to die, it is better to do them the favor there (the legal consequence of the formal annexation is Putin can commit draftees whenever he pleases; come time, there will be plebiscites in the next four oblasts – Kharkow, Dniepropetrowsk, Nikolayev and Odessa; and seriously, who wants the rest? Maybe the Poles will feel their oats – stupid enough they are; someone ought to remind them Stepan assassinated the Polish minister of interior – and Taras Bulba did not fight the Ruskies either).

    • Agree: Avery
    • Thanks: Commentator Mike
    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  67. Derer says:
    @meamjojo

    Your mental disorder is not improving…people can sense from your posts unfortunate deterioration. Make that visit they can help you.

  68. @nokangaroos

    Would there be enough pro-Russian people left in those other four oblasts you mention by the time the Russians get there? Many must have left and the Ukrainian propaganda, and even religious conversion by banning their churches, is working on the rest. It’s hard to gauge the mood of the people there. It would seem that pro-Westerners are easy to rouse to colour revolutions, and not just in the Ukraine but elsewhere, but pro-Russian people tend to keep their heads down. I suppose this must be mostly because the West is more generous with its funding as well as using every dirty trick in the book to overturn governments.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  69. @Commentator Mike

    I have heard voices blaming (((Ukie))) tactics for the destruction of the cities
    (well duh) – hard to say how prevalent they are; and even Denys Davydov
    has begun decrying Ukie corruption (which seems to follow the Usual Suspects
    wherever they intervene).
    1991 is not that long ago – and outside Galicia, Volhynia and Keeheef
    over 80% wanted to keep the USSR (the degree of economic integration and
    dependence is hard to overstate); without permanent outside intervention
    there would be no problem.

  70. @anonymouseperson

    Just coked, that’s all. He may be expecting termination with extreme prejudice in the fashion of Diem in Saigon. As with Francis Urquhart in ‘House of Cards’ a little strychnine mixed in the coke, and bingo! Putin did it!

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  71. @mulga mumblebrain

    Zelda should be so lucky someone does a Francis Urquhart on him. Then they could raise statues to him in Israel and the new rump state of Ukraine and put his picture on the newly issued five million hryvnia notes.

    My money is on Zelda fleeing the country and accidentaly dying of auto-erotic asphyxation in his Tel Aviv penthouse, found by his regular Wednesday afternoon rent boy and clad only in crotchless silk panties and hanging from the closet clothes rod.

  72. @Piet

    The tanks and APCs being sent are what is going to form the backbone of a spring surge which has the potential to not only liberate all of eastern Ukraine and Crimea but to push on and go into Russia itself.

    In your dreams, mate.

  73. @Commentator Mike

    Russians could easily roll over the Ukraine but do they have enough forces to occupy the country?

    Probably not. Most likely, after more carnage that US / NATO / Ukraine could have avoided, the front line will be configured in a way Russia can live with. That will become a de facto or de jure border indefinitely, like the one between North and South Korea.

    • Replies: @Decoy
  74. mike99588 says:
    @Quartermaster

    I figure the 2nd half of February, when the ground is as frozen as its going to get, that we will find out some battle tested truths, whatever they are. Note the prior Ukraine battle on Feb 12-13, 2015.

  75. Decoy says:
    @Etruscan Film Star

    Elon Musk made similar prediction a month ago and Zelinsky went crazy (again). But it does seem that a Korean type DMZ is a good solution. Half of Ukraine is already wrecked, this could save what is remaining for a post Zelinsky government. Western governments with their compliant news media could say “we won” and go looking for another proxy war. Meanwhile the BRICS alliance will keep getting stronger slowly but surely. Once government leaders in Southeast Asia, South and Latin America realize they have an alternative to the Western government mafia s the slow but sure pace would quicken.

    • Replies: @Etruscan Film Star
  76. @Decoy

    Elon Musk made similar prediction a month ago and Zelinsky went crazy (again).

    Zelensky didn’t go crazy again. He has been continuously crazy. But really, he is just a tuning fork who vibrates along with the waves of psychosis emanating from U.S. politicians and deep state.

    But it does seem that a Korean type DMZ is a good solution. Half of Ukraine is already wrecked, this could save what is remaining for a post Zelinsky government.

    Yes, that is probably the best outcome we can realistically hope for. Please God, let it happen soon to reduce the number of combatants and civilians whose bodies are torn open.

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