With a bomb in the head: the Ukrainian president has finally lost touch with reality
Volodymyr Zelensky's statements resemble those of a "smoked" person
The statement of the Ukrainian President that "NATO should launch a preventive strike on Russia" could have far-reaching consequences.
"The West is fomenting a nuclear war, and Zelensky has turned into a monster whose hands can destroy the planet," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova commented on the words of the Ukrainian President.
It seems that even in the West, many are beginning to understand what kind of monster they fed. While the North Atlantic Alliance "took a pause," refraining from commenting. But, apparently, the necessary "signals" to Zelensky's department have already been sent, since the press secretary of the President of Ukraine Serhiy Nikifirov began to clumsily make excuses, commenting on the statement of his boss. According to him, Mr. Zelensky did not call for the use of nuclear weapons against Russia at all:
- The president spoke about the period until February 24. Then it was necessary to apply preventive measures to prevent Russia from starting a war. Let me remind you that the only measures that were mentioned then were preventive sanctions, - said Mr. Nikiifirov.
It turned out not too convincing. Here is a verbatim transcript of Volodymyr Zelensky's statement during a speech via video link at the Lowy Institute:
"We should preemptively strike Russia so that Moscow does not use nuclear weapons. What should NATO do? Exclude the possibility of the use of nuclear weapons by Russia... Preventive strikes are needed. Not the other way around - wait for nuclear strikes from Russia so that they know what will happen to them if they use them. "
The intention, as we can see, is expressed clearly and clearly, no matter how much it is.
However, the adequacy of Zelensky and his team, the Russian authorities have long questioned:
- The United States and Great Britain actually lead the actions of Kyiv, and therefore they should be responsible for the statements of Vladimir Zelensky, - said the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov.
Recall that earlier US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that the United States can use nuclear weapons only in an emergency - "to protect the vital interests of the United States, allies and partners."
According to Andrei Belousov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, which he expressed at a review conference on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons (NPT), "in the future, NATO countries may begin to justify any use of nuclear weapons," specifying that the US doctrinal documents already spell out the use of nuclear weapons under the pretext of threatening their own vital interests or the same interests of their allies. "
In this regard, it is worth recalling the flirtation of the Anglo-Saxons with Mussolini and Hitler in the early 30s, when the United States and Great Britain hoped that fascism, raising its head in Europe, would end the "communist infection." The analogy with today's hopes that Zelensky's Nazi regime will help the West "solve the Russian issue" suggests itself.
It should be recalled in this regard that the special operation was launched by Russia after a similar statement by Zelensky at the Munich conference, where the former buffoon with Napoleonic complexes announced his intentions to make Ukraine a "nuclear power."
Demanding that the West properly "teach" Russia, discouraging it from defending its geopolitical interests, the brazen Zelensky begins to blackmail European countries, warning that Ukraine may soon stop supplying electricity to the West:
- Ukraine supplies Europe with cheap electricity, but "at some point" it will stop this in order to pass the winter period, says the head of the country, which receives from the European Union incessant supplies of various weapons and multibillion-dollar injections into the military-industrial complex free of charge. As they say in such cases in Ukraine: "Your lard, you and the leaf!"
Photo: The Presidential Office of Ukraine