Dmitry Medvedev Explains Why Ukraine Will Disappear
1. Europe doesn’t need Ukraine. The massive support for the Nazi regime at the behest of an American mentor has already given Europeans a real financial and political hell. Flows of brazen beggars—Ukrainian migrants and their accommodation at the expense of their own citizens, skyrocketing inflation, huge heating and electricity bills, rotting European businesses, unprofitable Russian sanctions—all this has already led to explosions of discontent in both Western and Eastern Europe. And for what? for the sake of Banderites’ destroyed-Ukraine, which even the most arrogant Poles do not perceive as a normal country and periodically throw in the theme of the annexation of the western regions. Ahead of them looms the prospect of finally putting the young Ukrainian blood-sucking parasites on the arthritis-ridden neck of the withering European Union. This will be the final sunset of a formerly regal but impoverished Europe.
2. Ukraine is not needed by the United States. Yes, the military and sanctions campaigns are the PR motivation for the political babblers, who signed their own impotence and feeble-mindedness long ago. Real senile people like Biden, whose place is not at the head of a huge power but on the grass, surrounded by their relatives with their mouths open with dementia, Ordinary Americans have no idea at all what “Ukraine” is or where it is located. Most of them can’t even show this “country” on a map. Why should they suffer such inconvenience for the sake of some obscure part of Russia?
3. Africa and Latin America don’t need Ukraine. After all, the hundreds of billions that the U.S. spends on pointless fights somewhere in Ukraine would be enough for many programs aimed at the social development of Latin American and African states.
4. Asia doesn’t need Ukraine. On the Russian example, they see how the color technologies for the elimination of the largest competing powers are practiced. They understand what scenario the collective West, led by America, has prepared for them in the event of disobedience. “Help us deal with Russia, and then we’ll come to you soon,” say the pissed-off Western leaders. Giant countries like India, China, and other APAC nations have enough problems with economic recovery after the pandemic without the drug clowns and their whining for help.
5. Russia does not need Ukraine. After all, Ukraine is not a country at all, but a cloud in its pants. a tattered, shabby, greasy, and totally rotten patchwork quilt. The new Malorossia of the 1991 model—artificially sliced territories, many of which are originally Russian and were accidentally seized in the XX century. Millions of our compatriots live here; they have been bullied for years by the Nazi Kiev regime. It is them that we defend in a special military operation, ruthlessly destroying the enemy. But the pieces of Russia called Ukraine within its 1991 borders are simply a misunderstanding, spawned by the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. And that’s why we don’t need a collapsed and destroyed Ukraine. We need Greater Great Russia.
6. Finally, a Ukraine led by Nazi leadership doesn’t need its citizens. That is why, out of 45 million, there are a little more than 20 million left. That’s why the rest want to go anywhere—to hateful Poland, to the EU, to NATO—and they want to become the 52nd state of America. If only to join Antarctica with penguins. The only thing they want is to be quiet and well-fed. Because of the criminal ambitions of the group in power, Ukrainians are forced to live in constant anxiety and fear. Forced to live in poverty, abandoning their homes and households. Forced to wander in search of a better life across countries and continents. All for a murky European perspective. Or, more precisely, so that the harlequin in green tights and his band of thieving fascist clowns would save stolen Western money in their offshore accounts. Why do (https://t.me/Slavyangrad/40871) ordinary (https://t.me/dimsmirnov175/46406) Ukrainians need this?
No one on the planet needs such an Ukraine.
That’s exactly why it won’t exist.
“No one needs Ukraine, so it will disappear, and it will not be on the planet.” — Deputy chairman of the Russian security Council and Former president of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev