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The United States made a statement on negotiations with Russia. What is it: an attempt to save Ukraine from defeat or a first step towards peace?

Date: March 27, 2023 Time: 06:38:36

Victoria Nuland pointed Zelensky to his place.


The (so far) President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has once again been plunged headfirst. And this was done by friends of his and shitty allies in the US. Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland, who handed out “expired and moldy cookies of western democracy” in the Euromaidan dump, made an unexpected statement. For example, the United States is ready to ease sanctions against Russia in exchange for the withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of Ukraine. Oh yes, and also the “revolution of the territories”. In general, the United States offers negotiations.

And this is after Zelensky said three hundred and thirty-three times that “there are no negotiations on Ukraine without Ukraine.” And, moreover, after Zelensky, by his presidential decree, prohibited any negotiations with Russia and Putin, even with his beloved.

And then Vika Nuland, the mother-heroine of the Maidan, without consulting her father-heroine of Ukraine, allows herself to play such tricks, as if showing Zelensky: “Vovchik, move on a rag, your number is number fourteen” . Everyone has known for so long that Vovchik is cheeky, as long as he is allowed to joke, although he really fancies himself the navel of the Earth.

Victoria Nuland.


What is interesting here is not the position of Zelensky, who will swallow and not even stammer a word of protest. I wonder if Nuland really believes that Russians have the same short memories as Ukrainians, that they can hang the same noodles every morning on the same ears? After all, he was already there. Divorce under the “Minsk agreements”, about which Merkel recently admitted that they saved Ukraine with them and bought time to strengthen and arm Ukraine. By the way, yesterday or the day before yesterday, former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that the negotiations on the Minsk agreements were a “diplomatic imitation.”

Yes, and Victoria Nuland herself first let slip that Washington would not be able to deliver the promised Abrams to Kyiv in the coming months in order to be in time for the “spring offensive” of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which President Joe Biden had already announced. Here of course. a special nuance is that the Americans kindly let the German “leopards” advance towards the battlefields. And the logic of Washington is understandable, let the world first see “Germans” burning in these fields, then they will stop buying “Germans” and start ordering “Americans”. Apparently, the US authorities have decided that the German military-industrial complex is simply not needed on this planet. But the chosen excuse is lethal – Ukraine will receive the Abrams later, because the crews have to train for a long time (although, according to some reports, the crews of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have been receiving such training for a long time). ), and the plant for Abrams production is now fully loaded due to implementation orders for Thailand and Poland. But in the same Poland, even now there are a lot of Abrams, and additional combat vehicles are being transferred to it. So if they want, the Americans could start Abrams deliveries to Kyiv even tomorrow. But, as they said in the Soviet comedy: “I have the opportunity, but I don’t feel like it.”

And all this current American combination, voiced by Nuland, lies, as they say, on the surface. Start negotiations, buy time, and then when the Americans, Germans and other Europeans form a mighty armored shock fist, don’t worry about all the deals…

Basically the same as last time. In this sense, the Americans use the old recipe in the implementation of their policy until it stops working. Why invent something new when the old works?

It just won’t work with us anymore. By the way, Nuland herself is aware of this, which is why she formulated conditions that are obviously unacceptable for Moscow. But we must at least try to put on a crown of peacemakers in the eyes of the world community after the decision on the transfer of tanks.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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