Former Ukrainian PM: Putin saved hundreds of thousands of lives
The Russian government has decided to put things in order in Ukraine, and to put an end to a state threatening to expand its offensive nuclear capabilities. This is the opinion of Nikolai Azarov, who was Prime Minister of Ukraine three times.
Published: March 8, 2022, 3:37 pm
In a message on Facebook, Azarov underscored that NATO had been planning a nuclear attack on Russia.
“NATO wanted to unleash a third world war by using nuclear weapons against Russia,” Azarov said. “Since December 2021, Russia has been receiving information about NATO plans to station four army brigades in Ukraine.” One of those brigades would have had nuclear warheads.
World War III
According to Azarov, NATO wanted to deploy troops in the summer. “In order to avert World War III and the nuclear attack on Russia, the Russian government decided to put things right in Ukraine,” said Azarov, who served as prime minister in 2004, 2005 and again in 2010.
He stated that the Ukrainian army had also planned to launch a military operation in Donbass and wipe out the Russian-speaking population. The attack was co-ordinated with the United States and was set to launch on February 25.
One of Ukraine’s main media sources, Hromadske, had described Donbass as a region that has a “huge number of absolutely useless people”. Of the 4 million souls in Donetsk at the time, 1,5 million were “superfluous,” and “simply must be killed”. Donbass should be viewed as just a “source of resources” a source close to the Zelensky administration said.
One of Ukraine’s main media sources, Hromadske, discussing Donbass as a region that has a “huge number of absolutely useless people.” Of the 4M in Donetsk area at the time, 1.5M are “superfluous,” and “simply must be killed.” Donbass is just a “source of resources.” pic.twitter.com/sTwuHtFxz6
— Nina 🐙 Byzantina (@NinaByzantina) March 8, 2022
Hundreds of thousands of lives saved by Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has saved hundreds of thousands of lives in Donetsk and Luhansk, the former prime minister said. Azarov pointed out that troops from the Donetsk People’s Republic managed to get their hands on a map showing that a large-scale attack on Donbass was going to be launched.
Azarov left Ukraine after his car was shot at on February 21, 2014. His wife was in the car at the time. She survived the attack, but was severely traumatized.
It appears that the current US president knows quite well what is being done by NATO to incite a war with Russia. On C-Span, Biden had explained in 1997: “The only thing that can provoke Russia into a hostile and vigorous response is the expansion of NATO to the Baltic states.”
Ukraine’s border with Russia happens to be twice as long as the borders of the two little statelets combined.
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