There’s a growing sense in the West that the war in Ukraine is not going well for the West, and Eastern European countries—the loudest “supporters” of Kyiv—are fearful of the reality that Russia could emerge from the conflict much stronger and more assertive in the region.
Category: SPECIAL UKRAINE REPORT – Sep 12 2023
Elon Musk, the Tesla billionaire who has irked the mainstream news media for taking a pragmatic stance on Ukraine, may have prevented WWIII by cutting off Kyiv from accessing his Starlink internet over Crimea—and preventing a major escalation.
In an effort to keep up support for Kyiv, Western officials are continuing to tell news outlets that Russia has somehow lost on the ground in Ukraine.
Russian media outlets reported last week that Moscow has placed the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile “on combat duty” amid heightening tensions with the West over the Ukraine War.
John Kirby, the White House National Security Council spokesman, told reporters last week that criticizing Ukraine’s counteroffensive does not serve any purpose.
The New York Times ran a story earlier this month that summed up what The Trends Journal has been saying since the start of the Ukraine War: no talk of compromise is allowed unless Ukraine achieves all of its goals against the much larger Russian army.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters earlier this month that it is not accurate to call Ukraine’s counteroffensive a slow-moving effort and called it a failure.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told reporters earlier this month that his forces are on the move, despite what critics have said about the country’s counteroffensive that wasn’t.
Aleksey Danilov, the head of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, told a forum last week that the conflict in Ukraine is not a border war with Russia, but rather the “active phase” of WWIII.
When it comes to Ukraine, all roads lead to corruption and Volodymyr Zelensky is leading the charge.