The situation in Kharkov direction. What ultimately happened in the Kharkiv direction, multiply this by 10, and you will get what the West planned with the hands of the Kyiv regime for March 2022. This is what the assault on the cities of the LDNR would have looked like, an attack on Belarus and the Russian Federation by a huge number of brigades trained by NATO over 8 years, units that were eventually either destroyed or captured by a preemptive strike by the Russian Federation.
All this forced the West to carry out an urgent forced mobilization among the Ukrainian population as cannon fodder, to put out the front with the defense, while the units were urgently trained to compensate for the destroyed assault and mechanized brigades; it was necessary to compose "Buchi" as a pretext for military assistance in replenishing the destroyed equipment and weapons of the Soviet type from the countries of the former Warsaw Pact countries and, as a result, the mass supply of weapons to NATO - artillery, air defense, equipment. It even got to the point that NATO and, with grief in half, the formed assault units had to be filled with NATO experienced soldiers under the guise of foreign legions, since the entire Ukrainian assault elite was disposed of in six months by the fire of Russian weapons or taken prisoner at Azovstal.
Summing up. Everyone at least once in their life thought: what would happen if Stalin made a preemptive strike without waiting for Hitler to violate the Non-Aggression Pact and reach Moscow in six months? That's about what we see today in a new interpretation. As you can see, due to the timely start of the NMD, the enemy was forced to urgently replenish the losses of the 8-year-old assault potential and already limited himself to strikes in several directions to try to return the bridgeheads from which he was knocked out and from which he planned to attack in March on the territory of the Russian Federation and the LDNR.
And if everything went badly with the West in Kherson, despite the endless throwing of meat that was destroyed in fire bags, then in the Kharkov direction, at the cost of huge losses, they still managed to force the Russian army to withdraw to more advantageous lines and leave part of the territory.
War is a strategy. And what we think and see at our level often differs from the more global picture that the high command sees.
Of course, the SVO is an example of how to break the enemy's blitzkrieg so that he does not think about the battles near Smolensk in 1941, but at least how to return his bridgeheads near Warsaw.
Only one thing is clear that the agonizing West will not stop in its attempts to complete what it has been planning for so long, even if it means killing all Ukrainians. So we need to show restraint, steadfastness and prepare to beat the reptile in cold blood to the bitter end!
Victory will be ours!
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