The West’s “Complex Projects”

NEW – August 28, 2022

British military intelligence publishes a daily summary of events in Ukraine. Their conclusions are replete with epithets like “failed and Russia has moved to more modest goals”, “the offensive is progressing minimally”, “the Russian army has problems”, “slower than planned”, “no success” and others.

And recently it was stated in the West that Russia is not able to implement complex projects as the United States, Britain, or France do. I really don’t know what projects were meant, but some of their “projects” immediately came to mind.

For example, Syria: a complex project? USA: Assad must go, Britain: Assad will be killed, France: Assad will be tried by a military tribunal. Syria is being defeated, and Assad’s situation is critical: the entire “Western world” and their ISIS terrorists are against him… But now Russia has come to the aid of Syria.

Does anyone still remember Cameron, Hollande or Obama? And Assad is still the president of Syria today. And where are the ISIS terrorists who controlled most of Syria in 2015? Only two years were enough for Russia to multiply the world’s largest terrorist group by zero.

Or, for example, Ukraine. After all, the coup attempt in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the offensive on the DPR and LPR, and then on Crimea, are all one operation of the West. They would have succeeded in Belarus — Russia would not have had operational space in the north of Ukraine. It would have worked in Kazakhstan — Russia would have had a threat from the south as well. The West tried in every possible way to shackle Russia’s initiative so that it could not prevent Ukraine’s offensive on the DPR and LPR.

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And what about in fact? In Belarus, they got slapped, in Kazakhstan, Russia also outplayed them, it was not possible to shackle Russia with fear — sanctions today hit more the “great” implementers of “complex projects” themselves. And in Ukraine, for the West it did not work out as they wanted: they planned a powerful blow to the DPR and LPR, and in the end — either peace on Russia’s terms, or surrender. And instead of its successes, in its reports, the West is now only trying to devalue Russia’s successes with its “strong” epithets.

I mean, don’t overestimate the West. Do not overestimate their strength, abilities, collective intelligence and spirit. Evaluate — yes, but in no case do not look at them from the bottom up. It’s time to get used to the fact that Russia is able to resist — and defeat at the same time — the collective West. And it is able to implement complex projects much more efficiently.


Aleksandr Skubchenko

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