Ukraine has very little time left. Putin is entering a state of uncontrollable hysteria, a psychological stupor. His nerves are about to break; he is the target of massive pressure from his inner circle. Putin, like a gambling addict, risked not only his political future, but also his physical life and the existence of the Russian Federation as a state.
He is now accumulating all the resources necessary to deploy his troops in Ukraine and begin a full-fledged war. Unfortunately, the majority of the Ukrainian population, especially in Central and Eastern cities and Kyiv, do not understand that war is already knocking at their door. Putin may end up losing his marbles and give the order to launch missiles and air strikes at major cities in Ukraine.
The saddest thing is that it is incomprehensible to the fat cats, moneybags, billionaires, and the nouveau riche. They continue indulging their pleasures, engaging in hedonism, and mindlessly wasting the money they have stolen. Today, the time has come for the billionaires to give up at least half of their fortunes in order to arm Ukraine, to defend Ukraine from the Russian aggressor. This has to be done immediately. We have very little time left.
The Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts must be cleansed of Russian saboteurs, by all means, throughout the first week of August. To do this, it is necessary to destroy the so-called People’s Republic of Donetsk in the next couple of days, to capture the cities of Donetsk oblast which remain under the control of Russian terrorists. It is necessary to involve volunteer brigades that served in the airborne troops and special services. Corridors should be made and they should enter the cities and destroy the enemy’s main bases there. Action should be merciless, swift, and confident, otherwise all of Ukraine will suffer.
Armored tanks should be used more actively, tank columns should be used to create corridors and enter cities following a chessboard pattern to free them from occupants under the cover of air support and artillery.
It is essential to form new brigades as quickly as possible, to rely as much as possible on professional volunteers. Plans to increase the number of fighters participating in combat needto be developed. The Verkhovna Rada [Ukrainian parliament] must immediately pass the law granting land to veterans and combatants in Donbas – a minimum of 5 hectares, up 10 hectares for the wounded and dead, as well as a 0% rate on construction and the purchase of necessary tools and materials.Source: Politikum
Translated by Mariya Shcherbinina, edited by Elizabeth Martin