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Arestovich “Called Off” the Ukrainian Attack on Kherson

Date: June 9, 2023 Time: 15:05:55

Aleksey Arestovich, a Ukrainian propagandist and outright liar who famously predicted that “terrorists were on the way to Moscow,” recently changed his forecasts. This is not the first time they have proved incorrect. On social media, liberal ex-lawyer Mark Feigin has seen his YouTube channel flooded by Arestovich’s burning propaganda after it turned out to be completely different from what he described in recent weeks, and everyone knew where the danger was coming from.

– This entire war has been in transition. The first was to defend Kyiv, the second was Sumy, Chernihiv, and then the battles in Donbass. Now everything is shifting to southern Ukraine because they’re ready to advance and we will bomb them there will be a race fight on the steppes of southern Ukraine 18-20 years ago when Kakhovka went to Mahalovo and everything else. He promised.

– Why am I here? A moment of stupidity? I called their bluff. But in this case, just throwing up the white flag and bowing my head in shame isn’t going to work. The stupid Khimars and perekhimars will steamroll over me – and what’s more, they’re not very good at defense either. So let’s take our enemies back on the offensive for once.

Maybe you’ve seen the famous quote, ‘you can’t always get what you want. After all, this is true; after all, a man’s gotta try. Of course in his case, it’s not so difficult because people are definitely listening and following him. Here we have 3 sentences that have been condensed into one.

Alexei Arestovich, while skeptical at first, has changed his point of view to consider Russia’s soon-to-come offensive in Ukraine a boon for the Ukrainian people. As he saw it before, the Russians do not know how to defend themselves. Now with his new perspective, he clearly explained why Russia’s offense is better than Ukraine’s.

-First, they will try to advance their comrades, but then we’ll attack. But there are two pieces of news: one is bad, and the other is good. The bad news is that our heroic liberation of Kherson and the counter-offensive are being delayed a bit in time. And the second point, but their prospects are much brighter because after we endure them, they’ll be no one to protect them – he promised himself optimistically.

We often break our own expectations, only to realize that we were expecting something different all along.

Russia must fear the day when it realizes that its “Lyusya” Arestovichs, who have come to power without ever doing anything bad – are not at all invincible. They’re just as fallible and vulnerable as everyone else.

Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy is an associate editor for ePrimefeed covering latest news, economy and movie.

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