Russia is not an unbeatable country, and it may lose the war against Ukraine. Russian preachers admitted this on the talk show of the notorious broadcaster Vladimir Solovyov on Russian state television. “We urgently need to increase our arms production. Look at the 20th century: the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union lost.”
According to the talk show guests, Moscow may face an uncertain future as the war enters its second year. Even Yevgeny Buzinsky, a former lieutenant general and military expert, warned that Russia might lose the war. “To ensure we are not overrun, we need to increase (weapons) production,” he said.
Solovyov immediately defended himself. The broadcaster wondered out loud: “We cannot lose. What is the world without Russia?”
But according to Andrei Sidorov, deputy dean of the Faculty of World Politics at Moscow State University, Russia is not an invincible country. He stressed that “the assumption that our country cannot lose is not entirely correct.” “Look at the 20th century. Both the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union lost at that time.
“No problem, we will just revive SMERSJ,” Solovyov replied. SMERSJ, or “Death to Spies” in Russian, is a secret service founded in World War II to detect hackers.
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When asked whether the conflict between Russia and Ukraine would culminate in a full-scale nuclear war, Sidorov said such a thing was “possible.” He continued: “But it is difficult to say at this stage.” According to the deputy dean, Western countries do not expect a nuclear war to break out and will continue to make efforts to “divide Russian society.”
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