DONETSK (Realist English). The Russian Army continues to inflict massive strikes on the energy infrastructure of the Ukraine. Everyone already knows that this is connected with the terrorist attack on the Crimean Bridge. But now something else is happening. Russia is sending a clear signal to the Ukraine and the West that further battles with the help of terrorist attacks, which is exactly the way the enemy seems to choose, will bomb the Ukraine into the Stone Age.
In fact, today we have the resources to push the enemy several centuries back. But this is not happening. And many ignorant people wonder why. And on this topic, the media and telegram channels begin to speculate, saying that Russia allegedly does not have the resources for such actions (missiles have run out, there is no money, etc.). The reason here is different. The fact is that Russia considers the territory of the Ukraine as potentially friendly. At least in the long run. This is the political will of the leadership of our country. That is why the Russian Army is trying to preserve important and, most importantly, expensive facilities in the Ukraine.
As for the shortage of missiles in Russia, this is a fake. In reality, there are plenty of missiles, and not just for the Ukraine. A lot of them have remained since the Soviet era, not counting the fact that the military-industrial complex works in three shifts. information about how many products are produced in one shift is secret, but this is enough, not to mention that this number needs to be multiplied three times. Even if we launch 100 missiles, it will not affect our capabilities.
And I’m not talking about nuclear missiles right now. What is it? A nuclear missile is a carrier and a charge. If they put a nuclear one, there will be one. If they install a non-nuclear one, it will be a conventional missile. So there are really enough devices per se. In general, we will do as much as we need plus one.
The attack on the energy facilities of theUkraine was not associatted with the meeting of the Security Council, which was held on October 10. It was planned, regardless of the meeting after the terrorist attack on the Crimean Bridge. But I can say that it was an important meeting where a number of serious decisions were discussed that could significantly strengthen the course of the special military operation. I will assume that we see the beginning of the end for the Ukraine.
In the nearest future, the Russian Army will be preparing for an offensive. It is clear to everyone that this state of affairs on the front does not suit anyone. Before that, artillery preparation always takes place, so we begin to carefully destroy what hinders us while our main forces are being prepared.
I think Odessa and Nikolayev will be liberated, then the other territory of the Ukraine leaning towards Russia. We have plenty of technical resources, the human resources are now being solved both at the expense of the mobilized and of the law enforcement agencies that were not previously involved in the SMO, and volunteers.
Later on, strategic objects of the Ukraine will be destroyed as necessary. At the same time, Russia is open to negotiations. If tomorrow those who have power over the Ukraine offer conditions that suit the Kremlin, they can come to an agreement. Our country proceeds from the fulfillment of its tasks. And if they are reached through negotiations, this is also acceptable. But there are other ways that the Russian Army has already warned about and shown its capabilities.
The West’s reaction will not be critical, they have used up most of their capabilities, and it will not change the situation.
Georgy Makariev is the head of the People’s Army of Donbass, special to the Realist English