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Ukraine Donbass Crisis Deepens, Putin Eviscerates Scholz in Fiery Call, Biden Offers Talks

Ukraine Donbass Crisis Deepens, Putin Eviscerates Scholz in Fiery Call, Biden Offers Talks but Without Ideas, Proposals
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http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/69971

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  1. Let me remind Putin that USA speaks with forked tongue and never trust them ever…. whatever they agree with they will tear it down once they strengthen their position…. remember Gorbachev trusted USA that ended in the continuous expansion of NATO…. diplomatic negotiation does not work with USA

  2. As ever you seem to me to ben one of the most balanced and rational commentators on this whole sorry affair. I agree a petition of Ukraine probably with a DMZ down the west bank of the Derniper river is a real possibility. If Russia goes for it all, it will have to rebuilt what it has destroyed and run elections quickly with lots local resistance to the occupation, fueled by an angry humiliated West. Nuland will loose her s…t. Bad gugu.

  3. If, as was commentated on by varies sources, Ukraine was in debt to the tune of 150 Billion euro prior to the war, how is Ukraine going to pay for all this Western equipment that is being sent to them, as the West( mainly US) is not giving all the Western military and financial support for free. Not only has Zelensky been disastrous for the Ukrainian people and the country, but he has saddled up his country with so much more debt that Ukraine will never be accepted into the EU under the weight of that debt( and look what the EU forced on the Greek people because of that country’s debt).

  4. You will never see truthful commentary on British media about this conflict. The British people have been lied to from day one and are constantly subjected to propaganda by the media, especially by the BBC, giving a total false narrative on this conflict since 2014.

  5. Alexander, I don't agree with Helmers map with a demilitarised zone. There is no defeating nazism, and demilitarisation without taking over all of Ukraine up unto and inclusing the Vinnitsa and Zhitomir regions.

  6. Partitioning is a bad temporary solution worse permanent problem. As long as Ukraine exists in any form denazification cannot be complete, terrorism will continue & NATO can bring nukes closer to Moscow. Russia will take all of Ukraine for the permanent fix.

  7. NASAMS is the system that is used to defend the US Capital. It's been in service since the 1990s. It's not some attempt to sling an AMRAAM into the air with rubber bands.

  8. Dutch TV mentioned the Ukraine casualty numbers based on interviews with people on the battlefield. One platoon member mentioned 80 KIA out of 120 sent into battle in a single day. Another witness mentioned hundreds of KIA in a single day. An anonymous source mentioned 1000 KIA in 4 days.

  9. I believe your estimation for Ukraine total armed forces during the conflict may be low.

    A few weeks ago i finally ran across a specific lineup of what Ukraine started with on 24/2:
    260000 regulars.
    100000 nassiz. (this goes perfectly together with their bragging online back in January about having 100k).
    ~45000 non-nassiz militia.
    ~45000 paramilitary.
    250000 "ready reserve". (this part i was previously unaware of, and they just so happened to be battleready just when they were needed, what a coincidence)

    That's 700 thousand just right off the bat. And they have since conducted NINE mobilisations, only the last of which we know the numbers for, "100 thousand to replace losses". However, even if we assumed that each mobilisation wave only gathered an average of 50 thousand, that would still put the total at 1.15M.

    And i find it far more likely that mobilisation waves were considerably larger. If we raise the average mobilisation to 100k, the total shoots up to 1.6M.
    And that's STILL a low estimate for a nation of over 40 million.
    My own country, Sweden, during the cold war, could raise almost 1/8th of the population under full mobilisation. Without changing the mobilisation age limits to such extremes as Ukraine has done.

    Also, recently there was that talk about a Ukraine "mothers&wives" organisation finding 237 thousand soldiers to be unfindable, ie. likely dead.

    There's also the question of why the lady specificed 100k dead OFFICERS… Not "soldiers", "troops", "manpower" or something, but officers.

    The last semi-official figure about Russian KIAs was in October and was slightly above 6 thousand. And unless the lossrates have suddenly increased a lot during the last 40-50 days, it is highly unlikely to have reached 9k that rapidly, as Russian losses at the time were notably going DOWN, not up. And Russian losses suddenly jumping by 50% in 2 months, of what it took over 6 months before that? Extremely unlikely.

    ALSO notable is that a Russian "mothers&wives" organisation last month did their own investigation and effectively confirmed the official Russian figures.

    Do note that as far as i can tell, the Chechen, Dagestani, South Ossetian and other similar forces ARE apparently included in the "regular" Russian forces as far as reporting losses counts. I've seen some statements that claims that Wagner group is also included, but those seem more questionable.
    That the above mentioned "m&w" organisation came up with the same numbers however also do suggest that the official numbers are inclusive rather than exclusive.

    However, the DPR/LPR losses are NOT counted as part of that. And AFAIK, last report put them at somewhere in the 8-12 thousand KIA.

    In regards to Surovikin's statement about 12k Ukraine KIAs in October, don't forget that Russia has a strong tendency to UNDERreport enemy losses.
    12 thousand is likely what they have specfically confirmed. And September and October were also extremely high for Ukraine casualties due to their braindead insane PR-offensives.

    Actually, i think you're partially wrong about the 300k mobilised. Russia has specifically mobilised them to fight or for specialist roles, their already existing backbone of troops are likely going to keep handling logistics as they already are doing.

    Mcgregor isn't always correct, but he always has a reason for whatever numbers he is providing when he does so. So, they're unlikely to be completely wrong at least.

  10. Alexander – It is very important for the Rest of the World, especially Asia and Africa, that the WEST is thought a lesson. A very hard and painful lesson that their Racist NEOCOLONIALISM is NO more. It has taken a EuAsian Nation to teach the bullies of the West. SO Russia cannot Compromise! They Must WIN OutRight, with the "West" crawling back to beg for Peace in the continent. If this does not happen, many irrelevant Eastern European nations like Poland will try the nonsense that Ukraine did again. It is as simple as that.

  11. Donbass? All that's deepening are the Russian graves to contain the corpses of the ill-equipped mobilized suckers marched at entrenched Ukraine positions. They've been trying to take Bakhmut for 5 months Alex, it's a meat grinder – stop propping up this vile imperial Russian regime, and Putin the war criminal.

  12. The buildup of Russian forces may not be intended for a major offensive. Russia has no need of making a grand offensive at this time. The Russian buildup may be a deterrent against US and NATO escalation as Ukraine unravels. Russia is de facto at war with the Collective West and may be adopting a defensive posture in anticipation of possible Western escalation and also in anticipation of a permanent Cold War standoff on its borders with Europe. Russia has no need to rush things at this point nor to expend its military forces in needless grand offensives. So long as Russia can continue to degrade the Ukrainian energy systems with missile strikes Russia ought to continue and allow time and winter do its work on Ukraine and Europe.

  13. Britain's military seem so backward thinking – a real stick in the mud blindsight . When you consider WW2 & into D Day…Britain was entirely mechanised , a recent leap from horse , as the Quad gun carriage echo's – where as Germany was still reliant a lot on horse – even if the propaganda would give otherwise . The west seems to learn nothing from nothing.

  14. Peace terms are simple enough. The winner of the war Russia wants Crimea to be internationally recognized as belonging to Russia. The Eastern Ukrainian breakaway republics shall be independent of any Ukrainian involvement.

  15. After having listened to the full analysis that Mr. Mercouris has given, my own assessment of the telephone conversation that Mr. Putin and Mr. Scholz had had recently, as well as the hypotheses of how the events will unfold, is as follows: the Russians will not be willing for any further negotiations until such a point that the United States and the European Union fully recognize its security concerns as stated in the ultimatum that Russians had handed to them in December 2021; due to their ideological blindness, intransigence and utter hatred for anyone who disagrees with their point of view, the Europeans and the Americans will be loathe to accept such an arrangement, but they will have to eventually.

    The Russians have been trying to negotiate a peaceful resolution to this conflict since the Maidan Coup in 2014, to no avail. The West generally tends to view any sort of diplomacy and politeness as being a sign of weakness, since they themselves lack any nobility of character or intent. If they had accepted the Russian conditions in December 2021, they would not be in the situation that they are now. Unfortunately, they live under the delusion that the rest of the world espouses the same sort of worldview and behavior that they do, therefore they expect it to be normal. What they cannot conceive is that other actors behave differently, which confuses them and causes them to double down on their harmful actions, thinking that they will be able to force out the outcome that they desire. Alas, it will not be so.

  16. Has Germany even complained about the German/Russian peaceful pipeline. So hypocritical for them to complain against Ukraine infrastructure being destroyed? Do German politicians value Ukraine more than Germany? This is soooo stupid.

  17. I very much doubt that President Vladimir Putin would be interested in any dialogue with Biden without the prospect of all sanctions being lifted before any substantial talks come to fruition. Russia holds all the cards. Besides that, why hold talks unless Ukraine is prepared to negotiate unequivocally on Russian terms.

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