Analysis of the Ukrainian conflict. Beyond propaganda


We have already had the opportunity to highlight the profound causes of the Ukrainian conflict ( and how these originate in the need on the part of the Anglo-Saxon empire to maintain Europe in its sphere of influence and how crucial this is for maintaining the balance of power that exists in the world today ( This explains why, despite Moscow’s geostrategic masterpiece which effectively put Washington and London’s claims to wear down and defeat the Russian army in a war of attrition that would undermine its potential “backs to the wall” (, the conflict continues with renewed vigor of the NATO forces engaged in the field. And with a continuous influx of material and reserves that continue to replace the enormous number of losses found in the field (estimates from credible sources speak of daily losses of NATO-Ukrainian army personnel in the order of 500-800 units ‘). All this in a desperate attempt to contain the Russian army and prevent it from advancing westwards to conquer not only Donetsk but also Kharkov and Odessa. This situation is actually functional to the Russian strategy of a war of attrition and attrition aimed at literally, little by little, exhausting NATO’s military potential and also at exponentially increasing its war costs (not just the immediate ones but also the long-term ones relating to the enormous number of disability pensions and health and psychological assistance that will have to be guaranteed to the enormous number of wounded and maimed that will inevitably be found once the war is over). Considering the stakes, it is obvious that the Anglo-Saxon empire does not want to be defeated in this match. Also because this would entail an enormous reduction in its weight in the world and a redefinition, perhaps definitive, of the structures of world power. The point is, at this point, how to get out of it. Also because if we don’t get out of this impasse the risk is really the destruction of Anglo-Saxon hegemony over the world. But let’s try to understand why the situation on the ground is very serious for Washington and London and why the ongoing war in Eastern Europe could reserve a disastrous outcome for them as it already did for Hitler and Napoleon.


What the traditional media do not highlight well is that in Ukraine today the NATO (and not Ukrainian) military potential and the Russian one are in direct clash and confrontation. The so-called Ukrainian army is nothing other than the NATO army (to which Kiev has “lent” and still lends, as far as it can, human material, also trained and prepared for war directly by instructors from the armies of the countries Westerners). The armored vehicles, tanks and planes supplied to the Kiev army are all produced or “reworked” in the West and are the most technologically advanced things the great Western alliance has been able to put on the field. Even the electronic warfare instruments supplied as well as the anti-missile and anti-aircraft systems are very modern complexes and the most modern the West could provide to its ally. In summary, the Western “Grande Armee” provided the best it could to its ally and therefore did everything to ensure the counter-offensive was successful. Which was also clarified by statements from authoritative American and European leaders. The question therefore arises spontaneously. If the West provided the troops deployed in Eastern Europe with the best of its military technology, why was it unable to prevail over the Russian army? To the point not only of not reaching Crimea and the Sea of Azov but also of not even surpassing the first Russian defense line? And the answer is quite simple. Russian technological potential has proven to be superior, particularly in the field of electronic warfare. This has exposed the fact that NATO’s military supremacy today is no more than a chimera. And, consequently, that the latter does not have the slightest chance of prevailing in a direct military confrontation with Moscow.This raises other serious questions about the geopolitical and geostrategic vision of Washington and London. Does the instrument of “military dissuasion”, which up to now has been the cornerstone of Anglo-Saxon geopolitics, still make sense? If we are no longer able to prevail in a modern military confrontation with our geopolitical rivals, what will become of the “Western imperium”? Will the troops stationed in Ukraine continue to be replenished with men and equipment even without the possibility of final victory? In the hope that Moscow will accept, sooner or later, a Korean scenario for Ukraine? And if she didn’t accept it and continued the war, could we pay the terrible price this would entail? Or are we still convinced that Russia has almost reached the exhaustion of its military capabilities (the belief that Hitler also matured during the Second World War)? It is obvious that the Western establishment was the victim of a big mistake about the possibility of being able to achieve a victory on the field against the Russian army. And now he is faced with the drama of accepting defeat or remaining bogged down and consumed in the quicksand of the boundless Sarmatian plains. Honestly, we see no way out of such a situation except in peace negotiations which will not be in favor of the USA and England. And, inevitably, not even their poor European vassal on whom much of the burden of this undertaking fell. This beyond the propaganda that informs us daily of supplies of increasingly powerful and technological weapons for Ukraine. The truth is that we are at a crossroads and both roads we can take offer a less rosy scenario than the past ones. We need to take note of it. Since it is useless to believe in the unrealizable and the impossible. We are at the end of an era. And as much as many don’t like it, this is the reality. The war in Ukraine is putting this into sharp relief. Even if we realize that it is not at all easy for most to understand it. Behind the smoke screens continually produced by propaganda.

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