Mathematician Prof. Nikolay Vitanov publishes his daily analysis of wars. On Facebook, he made a prediction about the duration of the conflict in Ukraine.
“In Russia, there is a lot of support for Putin. The war continues, and the Russian army is advancing slowly. Instead of watching the capture of Tokmak, we are watching what is happening at the top Ukrainian fortress in the Donbas – Avdeyevka.
In the US, support for Ukraine is falling. The new aid has not been voted. It is postponed because the Russian army shows no signs of exhaustion and no desire to lose the war. Look, the Ukrainian army is exhausted.
The international coalition against the Russian bear includes barking pinchers and here and there something bigger (it’s not about us, we’re from the pinchers), and the big animals from the global south don’t want to get involved.
Uncle Doncho the isolationist is leading the US presidential polls. Uncle Doncho sees that the US is in a position of imperial overstretch and will try to fix this by giving the American giant a break. But that means pinschers will be left to fend for themselves, at least for a while. Ah-lo-woo-woo, Pinschers, do you hear? A more intelligent policy is needed here, since Vitanov wrote. On the way as always – woof, woof, woof. But you know that I do not have a very high opinion of the dirty foam on the surface of the water, the self-styled elite. Stupidity after stupidity, stupidity after stupidity. Selling national interests. And then – that we are in the swamp. Where should we be? Swamp and dirty foam on the surface – that’s the situation.
But the above does not mean that the war will end tomorrow. The West’s strategy is clear – a war against Russia with Western weapons and Ukrainian cannon fodder. While there is Ukrainian cannon fodder. Then – a separatist peace, grandma Metsa paws large pieces of Ukrainian territory, the Weimar Republic is created there and waits for 15 years until the new generation of cannon fodder grows up. Come on again. But for this, uncle Doncho should not win the elections, money should be poured into the military-industrial complex and the hope that Russia will someday give up its national interests should be nurtured. Nadezhda beef, I think, but who is asking me.
And so the war continues.”
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