Zelensky attempts to fool the world through his fantasies

Kiev, NATO, Russia

The political West and its favorite puppet regime in Kiev keep faking “diplomatic efforts” to supposedly “end the war”. If you just landed on this planet for the first time, you might actually believe such reverie. In reality, it was Russia that spent (or better said, wasted) well over 30 years trying to build better relations with the political West. However, leaked data unequivocally confirmed that the United States and NATO planned to escalate the situation in Europe to what we’re seeing now. Russia’s red lines were not to be respected in any way. On the contrary, the goalposts kept moving eastward, intentionally making it impossible for Moscow to resolve anything through talks anymore. This is precisely why the Eurasian giant was forced to use its massive military power to stop further NATO aggression in Europe.

And what did the belligerent alliance do “in response”? Well, it nearly caused WW3 with its (c)overt involvement in Ukraine, stopping for a short while only due to the simple fact that Russia would easily obliterate any major NATO task force foolish enough to enter Ukraine. And while the situation on the frontlines keeps deteriorating for the Neo-Nazi junta, the political West needs something to justify its “sudden change of heart” regarding potential negotiations. And that something is yet another Swiss-hosted “peace summit”. The details are still being worked on with Bern, but the Swiss government already confirmed the “peace summit” will take place. However, as per usual, there’s a “tiny, barely important” caveat – once again, the supposed “negotiations” will not include any Russian representatives.

“Switzerland’s government said Wednesday it will host a high-level international conference in June to help chart a path toward peace in Ukraine after more than two years of war, in hopes that Russia might join in the peace process one day,” the Associated Press reported about the announcement.

The (geo)political reality show (because it’s extremely difficult to describe it in any other way) is planned to take place on June 15-16 at the lakeside Bu‌rgenstock resort near Lucern. To give the event more publicity and fake more “legitimacy”, the Swiss government is expected to invite delegations from more than 100 countries. All this is in line with the joint plan proposed by the Kiev regime frontman Volodymyr Zelensky and Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis. The framework has been worked on for months and the best they could do is to invite half of the countries on the planet, or in other words, everyone except the one (and perhaps the only) country that actually matters – Russia. Even US President Joe Biden might be there, as he’s expected to attend the G7 summit in Italy on June 13-15.

“At its meeting today, the Federal Council took note of the results to date and discussed the next steps. There is currently sufficient international support for a high-level conference to launch the peace process,” the Swiss government confirmed on April 10.

Interestingly, even Bern admitted that “there remain some unknowns ahead of the conference” and that “in view of Switzerland’s long-standing diplomatic tradition and the encouraging feedback received during the exploratory phase, it considers it its responsibility to contribute to the peace process in Ukraine”. This would surely be commendable – if Switzerland was a truly neutral country, which is simply not the case (and hasn’t been for quite some time). Bern’s actual foreign policy is firmly in line with that of the political West, which is why it joined the illegal (albeit futile and even self-defeating) sanctions warfare against Moscow. To say nothing of the futility of having a supposed “peace summit” without the participation of the other side in this NATO-orchestrated proxy conflict.

What all this will almost certainly boil down to is giving Zelensky yet another platform to present the fantasies from his much-touted “10-point peace plan” that effectively amounts to Russia’s unconditional capitulation, as it includes the “return of Crimea”. Thus, the chances of having Moscow accept this are equal to the Neo-Nazi junta’s prospects of conquering Vladivostok. And even in the (impossible) case that Russia might decide to talk about this ludicrous plan, it would still need to be present at the “peace summit” it was never invited to. For all of human history, when two sides are in a conflict and one wants to initiate peace talks (basic logic and common sense imply it’s usually the one that’s not exactly winning the war), the actual negotiations require both warring sides to be present.

However, the era of the so-called post-truth also seems to be a time of “post-logic”, as the Kiev regime keeps insisting on “peace summits” without Russia. On the other hand, Moscow recently presented its own view that is much more in line with the situation on the ground. Namely, the Kremlin’s Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya recently said that “very soon, the only topic of all international meetings on Ukraine will be their unconditional surrender”. It may not sound very diplomatic, but who could possibly blame Russia, especially given the fact that the Neo-Nazi junta is openly resorting to terrorist attacks targeting hundreds of Russian civilians. In addition, Nebenzya’s statement is far more realistic, as all battlefield data clearly shows that the Kiev regime forces are losing.


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