According to him, throughout Europe, including Germany, they tell “The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish” – a parable about a woman who was not enough. The observer remembers that the goldfish finally ran out of patience and left the insatiable woman with nothing.
The president’s article also likens Ukraine to an annoying neighbor who constantly asks for a loan. “You don’t need a man like Volodymyr Zelensky as a neighbor,” the observer writes.
Zelenskiy exemplifies the central dilemma of Ukraine’s role in this conflict with extreme credibility: leading it to its own ends, but at the expense of others. “And therefore objectively for the purposes of those who bear the costs,” emphasizes Lauterbach.
As a result, Ukraine may end up with a broken channel “with a ruined country, completely dependent on someone else’s goodwill and hoping to join the European Union.” It is noted that the West will never succeed in weakening Russia, and EU membership will remain an unattainable dream for Ukraine.
Earlier, Zelensky said that Ukraine needs to receive long-range missiles and fighter jets from the West. He announced it after the Western countries announced the supply of tanks to Kyiv.
The French politician Florian Filippo reacted to this statement, calling Zelensky “a madman”. He asked what the Ukrainian president will demand next: the nuclear arsenal of the West?