There’s no ambiguity about how Russia’s SMO will turn out.
Ukraine’s largely conscript military never stood a chance against vastly superior Russian forces.
In the first few days of the SMO, they gained control over Ukraine’s airspace and coastal waters.
No matter what the collective West throws at Kiev in the way of weapons, munitions and related equipment, defeating overpowering Russian military strength has been mission impossible all along.
Pretense otherwise by US/Western regimes and their MSM press agents fooled no one other than perhaps themselves and know-nothing puppet Zelensky.
Detached from reality in his Polish hideout, he knows little more than what his US master scripts for him to recite.
He’s worlds apart from what leadership is supposed to be, a sorrowful caricature of the real thing.
Much the same reality applies to the White House imposter, a pathetic mumbling, bumbling figure — hands down the most pathetic White House occupant in US history, an illegitimate one to boot.
With Russian forces methodically and relentlessly pummeling Ukrainian Nazified and conscript troops, US war secretary Austin virtually admitted that US/NATO strategy in Ukraine isn’t going as planned.
In mid-May, he called his Russian counterpart Sergey Shoigu for the first time in three months — hat in hand.
On bended knee, he called for ceasefire because Russia is decisively crushing Ukraine’s military as planned.
Winners want their campaign continued until its mission is accomplished.
Losers want their losses cut.
Like Austin, NYT editors and Henry Kissinger also genuflected to Russian military superiority by calling for concessions to Moscow.
Did the Times shift from nonsensical claims about brave Ukrainian fighters resisting, counterattacking, pushing back and defeating Russia to calling for a negotiated settlement before the regime’s military is smashed altogether?
Its editors virtually admitted the inevitability of Ukraine’s defeat against overpowering Russian forces by urging “a negotiated peace (to include) hard decisions” by the Nazi-infested regime, adding:
“US aims and strategy…have become harder to discern (sic),” dubiously claiming that “the parameters of the mission appear to have changed (sic).”
Nothing changed in Washington, key NATO vassal state capitals, Nazi-infested Kiev or Moscow.
Indisputable reality on the ground alone got the Times to try having things both ways.
No “stunning (Ukrainian) successes” occurred throughout Russia’s SMO, no “push” back of its forces to positions before launching its liberating campaign.
At the same time, the Times admitted what was indisputable all along, saying:
“A decisive military victory for Ukraine over Russia, in which Ukraine regains all the territory Russia seized since 2014, is not a realistic goal” — because its forces are “too strong.”
Bellicose statements by the fake Biden, war secretary Austin and mad dog Pelosi in support of Nazi-infested Ukraine amount to whistling past the graveyard of a battered and beaten regime.
And this Times admission:
The empire of lies must “make clear to (puppet) Zelensky (that there’s) a limit to how far” it’s willing to go with its proxy war on Russia.
The above is Times code language for surrender before Ukraine is too far gone to resuscitate.
Days earlier in remarks to the World Economic Forum, Henry Kissinger called for “(n)egotiations on peace to begin in the next two months or so, (before) upheavals and tensions (can no longer) be easily overcome.”
Before US/NATO proxy war on Russia shifts to potentially catastrophic East/West confrontation — potentially with nukes.
WaPo editors leaned in the same direction — short of waving their own white flag of surrender to overpowering Russian military strength, saying:
“Wars end. Many, if not most, end with negotiation.”
Italy, Hungary, Henry Kissinger in remarks to the World Economic Forum, and “the New York Times editorial board called on (the Biden regime) to counsel Kiev not to ‘chase after an illusory (out of reach) win,’ ”adding:
“Perhaps Ukraine’s (nonexistent) counteroffensive will fail, and the military situation will eventually reach such an impasse that a negotiated settlement becomes inevitable.”
Leaning in the direction of accepting reality on the ground, WaPo still called for “Ukraine’s friends” to pour more “shipments of vital weaponry” into the country — for Russia to target and destroy.
Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials made clear that Russia’s SMO will continue until Ukraine is demilitarized and deNazified.
Until Donbass is entirely free from the scourge of Nazified occupation and Russian security is achieved.
Austin, the Times, WaPo and Kenry K failed to explain that 8 years of good faith Russian diplomacy failed to halt Kiev’s aggression on Donbass because hegemon USA forbade it — wanting perpetual war waged along its border.
In defense of its security, Russia’s only option was to intervene against Ukraine at a time when Kiev massed over 100,000 troops along the border of Donbass and Crimea with intent to invade.
The right of self-defense is inviolable under international law.
Vladimir Putin acted to prevent what likely would have been catastrophic had he done nothing.
He did the right thing, the only sensible option other than allowing greater Ukrainian aggression against Donbass and invading Crimea at the same time before responding defensively.
Launching Russia’s SMO on Feb. 24 before the above occurred saved Russian and Donbass lives.
It’ll continue until Kremlin objectives are achieved.
There’s nothing the US-dominated West can do to stop what’s ongoing — other than wage global war, what may have already begun with no declaration.