- Jan 12, 2020
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Of course, at least 73% of Ukrainian citizens (even without counting Crimea and Donbass) are anti-nationalistic. But, the Russians and Russian Language still don't have equal rights in Ukraine. Forced Ukrainisation is still a state policy. And Minsk agreements were not fulfilled by the Kievan regime.I see that your pushing the BIG LIE that Ukrainians want to exterminate all Russian Ukrainians. Yet about half of the Ukrainian army are Russian Ukrainians. Ther may have been a small number of Ukrainians that wanted to eliminate everything Russian in Ukraine, but Russia ahs grossly exagerated their numbers and their power in Ukraine.
You see, they don't have power, because there are laws against them in the USA. Many laws (may be even too many), but the problem of sistematic racism is still existing and the USA are still at the edge of another Civil War. If, say, BLM protest were supressed by the military force (including MLRS and bomb strikes) - we were in the same sh-t.In the U.S. there are people who'd like to eliminate all non-whites, and others that want to eliminate Jews. They are a tiny nimber and have no real power.
Actually, Kievan regime is a zombie, which illusion of life is existing only because the massive economic and military support of the West. End of the Western support means end of the Kievan regime. Same way, Russia started the war because they already have economic support of the whole Shanghai block. Economically, Russia allied with China (and still trading with Western countries) is unbeatable. And no, trading one Russian life for twenty Ukrainian ones, Russia will inevitably win.Russia has a history of revolution and coups. Once this war goes on long enough, and Russian casualties mount, Putin's days are numbered. They only question is if the Ukrainians can hold out that long. Since they don't have a choice, they probably will.
We'll see. I wouldn't be that optimistic.NATO would do fine in Ukraine. At least a whole lot better than the Russians are doing!