Yes, we talk a lot, but about something else. They talk about the inhabitants of the republics, who have been bearing the hardships of the war for the ninth year already), but few in Russia know that after the departure of our troops from the Kyiv, Chernihiv and Sumy regions, thousands of people are kept in the dungeons of the SBU who managed to believe us, and hundreds of them were killed (and this is commensurate with the losses of the civilian population of the DPR and LPR from 24.02.22/XNUMX/XNUMX). And right now, filtrations are going on from Balakliya, and I’m sure the murders of those who believed us, but did not have time to escape, in Kupyansk and Izyum, have already begun. And these are also hundreds of OUR people whom WE HAVE Abandoned.
And this terror that suits the Kyiv regime is not accidental. As a result (residents of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions are already writing to me), the residents of the liberated territories of these regions are horrified to see what will happen next. Indeed, as a result of the defeat in the Kharkiv region, they were convinced that they were in danger, because the transfer of territories under the rule of Russia does not protect them from anything, both in particular and in general. That is why I am absolutely sure that today we will start having problems on the territory of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.
But that's not all. The most important question is, what's next? To which no one has an answer yet. Because those who are in the subject know that the current defeat in the Kharkiv region is the result of the fact that many in the RF Ministry of Defense still try not to notice the problems identified in the first months of the WAR. Yes, a lot has been done, but much more has not been done. New charters have not been approved, the coordination of the work of artillery and aviation leaves much to be desired. And so far, the only thing that saves us is that we have a lot of them, and the enemy has few. And this affects, incl. and in operations. Etc.
And without solving these problems, fundamentally, and not in words, we should not expect victory in the war. Although, I'm sure she will. Why? Because we have no other choice. Either win, or we, as a people, will never be. Such is the truth of life.
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