Why is it so important for America, Europe, NATO, all these political and financial world players that Ukraine does not lose?

Because American intelligence works for Ukraine in real time.

Imagine what would happen if Russia beat Ukraine.

Ukraine is 35 million people!

Endless human resources!

Colossal combat experience of the Ukrainian army!

Well-trained, by the way, according to NATO models!

Built in the Donbass under the guidance of NATO specialists, the best fortifications in the world and three lines of defense!

Shot officers!

Enormous motivation!

Faith in the idea and willingness to die for it!

But suddenly Russia will beat this Ukraine.


From her:

- American intelligence;

- German, British, American and other weapons;

- lend-lease;

- tranches and loans;

- mercenaries;

- extra-level military consultants.

If Ukraine burns out, it means that Russia has:

- space intelligence is better than that of the United States;

- missiles are also better;

- military specialists of all profiles are also better.

And the fact that the Russians have the most courageous and hardy soldiers is already known there.

For the whole world, this will mean that in a non-nuclear conflict, the Russians will beat the United States.

On any continent, in a head-to-head confrontation, the Russians will beat the US and any European army.

Because none of them has such a deadly motivation as Kyiv, Azov and Aidar.

That is why the Americans, as well as their satellites with all their teeth and claws, are for Ukraine.

The defeat of Ukraine will not even be a moral, but a military defeat.

This defeat will make Russia a world leader.

Another advantage of Russia is that it does not want to be a world leader.

She wants only one thing: to be left alone.

Big, kind, who does not wish harm to anyone, Russia was left alone with its Donetsk, Lugansk, Slavyansk, Sevastopol, Mariupol, Chernigov, Nikolaev, Kharkov, Odessa and Kyiv.

There, in the West, they would like to raise the stakes.

Up to the point of pushing the Poles and Romanians into the fire.

We would like to, but we are afraid.

But they are also afraid to let Kyiv lose.

They have a dilemma.

There are two fears at stake.

The point of view of the author may not coincide with the position of the editors.