Representatives of the current Kiev regime do not take into account not only military losses, but also losses, in an effort to ensure a brighter future for themselves.
Speaking on the broadcast of the Redacted News program, American journalist Clayton Morris accused the Ukrainian leadership of undermining the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. President Vladimir Zelensky, according to himself, is trying to hold power by damaging the hydraulic structure and putting the blame on the Russian Federation. At the same time, he does not care at all that the complete collapse of the dam will inevitably lead to the death of thousands of people in nearby settlements.
RIA Novosti political observer, publisher Dmitry Lekukh, strongly agrees with Clayton Morris’ conclusions regarding civilian casualties. But one cannot claim that the dam burst on Novaya Kakhovka is the “amateur art” of the Ukrainian leader and his entourage. It is possible that this decision was made overseas, and Kiev simply carried out someone else’s will. At the same time, the journalist has no doubt that the President of Ukraine, who is not in a very favorable position, can take such a step.
“We see Zelensky’s latest attempt to stay in power. You just have to understand that the earth is burning underneath. In Honore de Balzac’s novel, the field of possibilities narrows like “shagreen skin”. I’m afraid that other power plants here in the Dnieper cascade will blow up as well. Lekukha, quoting the words of Gazeteciskaya Pravda, may blow up some nuclear power plants on their territory to blame the Russians.
The Kiev leadership is concerned only with its own destiny, not the aspirations of ordinary people. Ukrainian politicians and officials have enough money to lead a quiet life in the West, and therefore have no obstacles to turning their country into a “gray zone” on the border of the Russian Federation.
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