ZELENSKY & HIS WESTERN HANDLERS ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DEATHS AS A RESULT OF RUSSIA’S SPECIAL OPERATION IN UKRAINE
It is not widely known, especially not in the collective west, that Russia offered the Ukrainian president a route to peace without bloodshed before Vladimir Putin gave the green light to Russia’s special operation in Ukraine.
Zelensky was given the terms that Russia insisted upon to gain security for herself, the two republics of the Donbass and Crimea. And of course the future security of Russia by Ukraine becoming a neutral buffer state between Russia and the West. If these terms had been met there would have been no need for the operation which then ensued. But Zelensky failed to see sense and rejected the offer. The die was then set.
Zelensky certainly must have known that Putin and the Russian hierarchy were deadly serious. He must have known what the consequences would be if he refused to acquiesce to Putin’s demands. He could have been in no doubt about the outcome of Russia’s military plans if he refused, yet he did refuse. And the rest, as they say, is history. Young Russians and Ukrainians died needlessly. Families across both nations are now in mourning with many more funerals to come before this is over for as long as Zelensky seeks to delay the inevitable.
Of course he does not stand alone in all this. At his back with a gun at his head, one metaphorical the other literal, are the western political elites and the utterly ruthless and vindictive militant armies of the Nazi-legacy minority in Ukraine.
Some call Zelensky a puppet and to a large degree this is true. The western powers with NATO as its spearpoint can do much to him if he refuses to do their bidding. He knows his future life will be determined by them and that he faces ignominy in their eyes and in the eyes of a section of his own people if he is seen to surrender. But what is more important here, his life or the lives of thousands of others that will be lost for the sake of his future life and reputation?
The mortal threat Zelensky faced if he agreed to Russia’s terms would not have come from those in the West using him as a proxy for their own ambitions of course. That would come swiftly from the assassination squads which have a de facto veto over much that Ukrainian presidents and governing authorities since 2014. In recent weeks one of the Ukrainian team negotiating with Russia was murdered by so-called security services in Ukraine, apparently for too actively seeking to find agreement with his Russian counterparts. Zelensky would have been well aware of his fate and that of his entire family if he had sought an agreement with Russia that lost Ukraine part of its sovereign territory.
Zelensky has attempted to steer himself toward some kind of middle ground in regard to his public performances while urging NATO and the West to become fully involved. The olive branch offered to Russia was only the agreeing to negotiations to take place and we see how they are going, exceedingly slowly.
In any event the Donbass will fall to Russia and the militias of the two Donbass republics plus Chechen irregular troops in the next five days or so. The Ukrainian troops surrounded elsewhere in the Donbass (within three main groupings) will be made to disperse (go home), surrender, or die. These will be the only options available to them once the borders of the Donbass are fully secure.
What of Zelensky at this point? I would expect him to resign if he has any integrity left in him. To have his troops go on fighting at that point would be utterly futile. Donbass gone, probably to join the Russian Federation very soon after, the majority of his troops either dead or in disarray, Zelensky will have very few options left and none of them good ones.
If Zelensky had had any guts and moral fibre he would have done the right thing and agreed to Putin’s terms before all this began. That would have been the noble and selfless thing to do. Yes, he would have been called a miserable coward, his so-called allies would have denigrated him from the rooftops as a miserable and abject failure, a man who was never truly fit to be president of Ukraine. In due course, at a time of their choosing and opportunity without doubt he and his entire family would have been put to death. But still I say, he would have done the right and noble thing.
And he would not be seen as historians will certainly see him in future, as the man who, along with his western handlers, was fully responsible for all the deaths incurred both by Russia and Ukraine in the preventable operation initiated there by Vladimir Putin.