Russia Gives Ukraine Opportunity to Establish True People's Democracy

Russia Gives Ukraine Opportunity to Establish True People's Democracy


Residents of Ukraine as a result of a Russian military operation in Donbas [a historical, cultural, and economic region in south-eastern Ukraine, some of whose territory is occupied by separatist groups in the course of the Russo-Ukrainian War: the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and the Luhansk People's Republic (LPR)] will be able to establish a true people's democracy in the country, said the popular journalist Vadim Manukyan.

Earlier, the video showing the movement of the Russian convoy in the vicinity of the Ukrainian capital was posted on the Internet.

“For some reason, they abruptly stopped “burning columns” and stopping tanks with their hands. Why? What happened? Herashchenko [Anton Herashchenko is a current official advisor and a former deputy minister at the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs] called to lie down under them by the example of the Chinese events of 1989 [Tiananmen Square protests were student-led demonstrations held in Tiananmen Square, Beijing during 1989; troops armed with assault rifles and accompanied by tanks fired at the demonstrators and those trying to block the military's advance into Tiananmen Square.] Meanwhile, talks have already begun with the mayors of some Ukrainian cities to form commandant's offices and a civil-military administration,” said the article.

The video testifies to Russia's success in demilitarizing Ukraine. Journalist Manukyan believes that the overthrow of Kyiv's government will result in the Ukrainians being able to establish a “true people's power” in the country.

“Over the past eight years, it has become obvious to everyone that during the so-called elections, the Nazis allowed absolutely no candidates who had an alternative viewpoint. They were intimidated, and some were declared enemies of the people and internal sanctions. This is some kind of Ukrainian tactics,” he said.

According to him, Ukraine is currently under Zelensky's neo-Nazi regime.

“It doesn't matter whether Turchinov was the interim leader or Poroshenko, the point is that the regime is still neo-Nazi. And this regime must be put to an end now, and the denazification operation is aimed precisely at crushing it,” he said.

Manukyan believes that shortly, the Ukrainian population will “clear their minds” and understand the conditions in which they have had to live in recent years.

“Pay attention to the fact that many residents of the same Donbas openly say today that they were in fear and that some people were just buried alive. They thank our forces for coming. They have been waiting for them for eight long years. It is very important to emphasize that there will be a withdrawal from external management by Europe and the United States soon,” he said.

According to Manukyan, Ukraine is under the oppression of the West.

“Now people will simply have the opportunity to hold alternative elections, where all points of view, different policies will be represented, and ugly sanctions against their people will be lifted. Then the real elections will be won by adequate forces that will be primarily for peace and for having good neighborly relations with Russia, rather than a war imposed by Western narratives,” he said in conclusion.

Russia's special military operation in Donbas began on February 24 by order of President Vladimir Putin.

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