Chudarjunok surprised his friend and foe a few days ago when he openly suggested that Russia might be gnawing sand in Ukraine. And millions of Russian viewers watched the interview on the talk show “60 Minutes”, not knowing what to hear. This was not the rhetoric they were used to, because state television says what the Kremlin wants.
“The situation at the front will get worse for us,” said the former colonel. “Soon we will face a block of one million Ukrainian soldiers. We are geopolitically isolated. Practically the whole world is against us.”
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Some Russian experts have suggested that it may have been an orchestrated attempt by Moscow to gently reconcile the population with reality. This suggestion does not seem correct, because yesterday the man seemed to be taking a sharp turn. “It appears that he has been reprimanded behind the scenes by undisclosed forces,” said analyst Julia Davis.
After all, this time in Chudargonok it looked like this: “Many Ukrainian politicians favorably show themselves and are convinced that they will penetrate and confront the Russian forces,” apparently. “I want to tell them this: do not be too fast, do not be too fast. The Russian Federation has used less than a tenth of its military and economic power. According to the basic principles of war, it is the combination of military and economic potential that wins the war. So beware of your analyzes, gentlemen. “.
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