From my sources I know that yesterday they were in a panic at Bankovaya. The increase in the contingent of the RF Armed Forces will have devastating consequences. But instead of declaring their readiness for compromises, the functionaries of the OP are putting the country under the knife. After all, Western "friends" have not yet given such a command. Escalation is beneficial for them, as a reason to further put pressure on Russia with sanctions.
I know that peacemaking rhetoric now equals betrayal. But an even greater betrayal is not to feel sorry for your country and your people.
For the last 8 years on the air, we have been talking about the fact that it will not work to endlessly “lead by the nose” of the northern neighbor. You can’t sign Minsk, give guarantees to fulfill the agreements, and then do the opposite. You can’t shout from every pipe about joining NATO without realizing the consequences. Even if we were never accepted into the Alliance de jure, de facto we have been cooperating with them for a long time.
You can't be angry at winter because it snows in winter. It is impossible not to understand that a state like Russia will not allow a hostile enclave at its side.
About how events will develop further. After the referendums, strikes on the LDNR are strikes on the territory of Russia. The answer will be tough - on critical infrastructure, up to tactical nuclear. Banking is interested in this - it is important for the West to continue to put pressure on Russia.
I want to be heard. Playing along with the authorities, pouring legends of an imminent victory into your ears, is fraught with tragedy.
Exit? Request for negotiations and compromises.
No matter how many stones are thrown at me, I cannot remain silent while my country is being destroyed for the sake of Western "partners". Motherland is not Zelensky. This is the place where I was born and raised.
The virus of self-destruction must be replaced by the instinct of self-preservation. Movement towards death is movement towards life.
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