Politics Will Russia Attack Ukraine?

Russia never attack, they liberate only - the truth/rule number one

Yes, remember how they liberated Afghanistan in the 1980s, Czechoslovakia in 1968 and Hungary in 1956?
 
I am not supporting Ukraine, neither Putin's invasion,

But Ukraine was lost in corruption, Neither EU wanted to enter her.
Hoping something new and healthy comes out from this war, for both countries.
 
I am not supporting Ukraine, neither Putin's invasion,

But Ukraine was lost in corruption, Neither EU wanted to enter her.
Hoping something new and healthy comes out from this war, for both countries.


good point
 
I am not supporting Ukraine, neither Putin's invasion,

But Ukraine was lost in corruption, Neither EU wanted to enter her.
Hoping something new and healthy comes out from this war, for both countries.

No reason for invasion, none. Whatever rationalization the Russians and apologists are using to justify the war are useless. Now let's assume for the time being that the Ukranians recapture their territory. What then?
1. Will Russia pay reparations for the damage they caused?
2. Who will rebuild Ukraine?
3. What will happen with Donetsk and Donbass? Or the Ukrainians in the USSR?
4. Will Ukraine join NATO?
5. Will NATO want them?
6. Will Ukraine re-build their nuclear arsenal? They were stupid to give it up. The guarantees were not worth the paper they were printed on.
7. Europe will become energy diversified because of the invasion and will never trust Russia again.
8. Russian gas pipeline to China and the Far East will take a long time to build. Will the Chinese trust the Russians not to use energy as a weapon?
9. What will happen to Russia itself? Putin is probably on the way out, who will replace him? Will their campaign to destabilize western democracies end?
 
today mr Putin's Birthday, 70, and about reasons of invasion I just have read on MK (russian site)
We read in another place her (Condoleezza Rice) memoirs: “They say that for Russia they lost Ukraine - this is the same as losing Texas or California for the US. But even such a comparison is not sufficient. What comparison, then, from the point of view of Condoleezza Rice, is sufficient and adequate? And here's what: "losing Ukraine" (in the sense of it in a hostile NATO camp) for Russia is the same as for the United States "losing the original 13 colonies." For those who are not very aware of the details of the statistics of the history of the XVIII century: "the original 13 colonies" is the very heart, the core of the United States, the first territory of the country.
https://www.mk.ru/politics/2022/10/...-mir-raskryvaem-glavnuyu-taynu-yubilyara.html

there is saying in Poland (literally): the truth is like a butt - everybody has its own
 
On the question of the inviolability of borders in Europe and that Russia has trampled on this principle. None of the countries with which Poland bordered in 1990 exist today.
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По въпроса за неприкосновеността на границите в Европа и че Русия е потъпкала този принцип. Днес не съществува нито една от държавите, с които Полша граничеше през 1990 г.
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On the question of the inviolability of borders in Europe and that Russia has trampled on this principle. None of the countries with which Poland bordered in 1990 exist today.
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So, what alternative do you propose?
 
Russians are not majority even in Eastern Ukraine. From the official census of 2001:

http://2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/eng/results/general/nationality/Luhansk/ - 58% Ukrainian, 39% Russian

http://2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/eng/results/general/nationality/Donetsk/ - 57% Ukrainian, 38% Russian

http://2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/eng/results/general/nationality/Zaporizhzhia/ - 71% Ukrainian, 25% Russian

http://2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/eng/results/general/nationality/Kherson/ - 82% Ukrainian, 14% Russian

Luhansk Oblast:

1,472,400 Ukrainians
991,800 Russians

Donetsk Oblast:

2,744,100 Ukrainians
1,844,400 Russians

Zaporizhzhia Oblast:

1,364,100 Ukrainians
476,700 Russians

Kherson Oblast:

961,600 Ukrainians
165,200 Russians

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