Why are American and European Citizens Still Backing the Ukraine Regime?

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The military conflict in Eastern Europe has been raging for 8 months now. The hostilities demanded consolidation and cooperation between the Western countries from the very outset on 24 February. Our politicians in the White House as well as overseas in Whitehall, London, and other European capitals united at once to withstand Russia’s attempts to violate the existing world order. At least that is what we heard from the mass media.  The West should work hard to provide Kyiv with massive military and financial aid, they said.

It is the very moment where the fundamental pillar of the idea of “good Ukrainians” and “bad and vicious Russians” appears.


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By Oliver Martin

However, solidarity between a bunch of state leaders is much easier to establish than between the citizens of countries. Our people demand logic and a fair explanation as to why they have to pay a fortune for a certain Ukraine and a certain Zelensky – who, it is said, will withstand Russian aggression with bravery and passion.

Our authorities utilised the media to persuade us, the people, that we should be tolerant and perceive Ukrainians as our own fellows. The main idea was, and remains, that both the Western and Ukrainian spirits have common values including inalienable human rights, democracy, courtesy etc.

At once our media turned Mr. Zelensky from a bribe taker who fuelled corruption into an innocent progressive country leader.

Moreover, these 8 months have proved that freedom of speech and an honest government are not familiar notions for Ukraine. What can we talk about when there is a single information source for each Ukrainian mass media and TV? Have you heard that all political parties opposing the ruling party have been officially banned in Ukraine? I doubt it because our media do not emphasise these “insignificant events.”

Independent journalists and newspapers no longer exist in Ukraine as many of them are already in prison, many others have been killed and the rest are either scared to death or fleeing the war-torn state.

All this could not have been justified “as an urgent necessity under a period of war” unless Kyiv officials lied and misinformed their people – which eventually led to a humanitarian catastrophe with many innocent civilians killed and wounded. This deception did not happen once or twice. Kyiv regularly lies to its citizens.

Before 24 February, Mr. Zelensky assured his people and the whole world that no war was to happen while tanks and troops alongside missiles entered Ukraine.  Many times during these 8 months officials have said certain places were safe to stay or to stroll about but people were often hit, by Ukrainians themselves, leaving many casualties. It even happened this week when a massive Russian missile strike hit Ukraine’s power grid system and the government did nothing to warn citizens of the impending strike.

The worst thing about this is that Mr. Zelensky and the Ukrainian government were always aware of what was to happen.  They kept silent or lied to put as many of their people in danger as possible. These traits – including misinformation, deception, outright lies and almost authoritarian control – which are natural for today’s Ukraine have nothing in common with our national characteristics and spirit. I personally do not understand how we, the people of the most developed states, enable ourselves to be fooled into ongoing support for the vicious regime in Kyiv.

Now, I only see two ways that events can develop in the near future.  It is us – our own welfare and prosperity with Russian cheap resources and food. Or, it is them – in Kyiv, with more hostilities, more dead, more wounded, with unaffordable prices for our basic needs such as food or electricity, and worldwide chaos.

I still hope it is us, the people, who decide our own future.

Featured image: Amidst Mounting Tensions in Ukraine, a Call Rises: ‘No to New Wars, No to NATO’, 30 August 2014

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Splish_Splash
Splish_Splash
1 month ago

“I still hope it is us, the people, who decide our own future” – REALLY? WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME THAT EVER HAPPENED?.

Islander
Islander
Reply to  Splish_Splash
1 month ago

Luther said it right-“freewill is a name for NOTHING.”

Paul Waterhouse
Paul Waterhouse
1 month ago

Do we actually know the extent to which citizens of the various Western countries support involvement with and measures in support of Ukraine? And for what reasons? It can’t be human rights or democracy – otherwise here in the UK we’d be sanctioning pretty much all of the West, and (ironically) our selves. And we can’t fully dismiss NATO expansion beyond that originally agreed or failure to respect the Minsk (?) agreement?

Aluna
Aluna
1 month ago

Any criticism of or opposition to the state doctrine in Europe is violently oppressed. There is no freedom of opinion or democracy left, there is no functioning mass media or justice system that would still do its job.
So you cannot know how much of the population really is in support of the government policies. I doubt it is a majority.
Last week, there were mass protests all over Europe. Most of them against the raising energy prices, but some also explicitly against the sanctions against Russia. Mass media remain silent about them.
In Berlin, there were 10.000 protesters, and that exact same morning it oh so happened that all train traffic in the North of Germany stopped because of sabotage. Of course that was Soros-sponsored Antifa, but officially the culprits are unknown.
In September, a survey in France revealed that 74% of all people believe that the sanctions against Russia worsen the situation.
The people have to rise and kick the criminals out of office.

Aluna
Aluna
Reply to  Aluna
1 month ago

edit: I forgot to mention that the number of protesters would have been much much higher, had the train sabotage not prevented them from getting to Berlin.

Pan
Pan
1 month ago
Augustus
Augustus
1 month ago

I can only speak for Americans here, but these folks that still back the Ukraine are just plain stupid. Most Americans couldn’t find Ukraine on a map much less know anything about their corrupt history. These are the same individuals who believed in order for their vaccine to work everybody needed inoculation. These are the same people that believe men can become pregnant. Now they believe Ukraine will be victorious in this war. They will believe anything they are spoon fed by government agencies and the media.
These are he type of people that make life difficult for the normal, want to be left alone people of this world.

Bryan Schmidt
Bryan Schmidt
1 month ago

I believe the reason most Americans support Ukraine is due to several reasons. First, the American media is almost always sympathetic to Ukraine, it hates Putin (and hence Russia), and most Americans know nothing of Ukraine’s history, its culture, and its history with Russia. Thus, what the media portrays is one sided, often intentionally so.

Tommy Rimes
Tommy Rimes
1 month ago

Forget Zelensky, just like Truss and Biden, he does what he is told. Before this war started, I think it was shortly after Biden came into office, Ze was almost crying about how there would be a war. There were negotiations in Belorussia, and one of the Ukr negotiating teams was assassinated for not towing the hardline. Ze was ready to make a deal in Turkey, when BoJo paid a visit to lay down the law.
There is no Ukr government, just a Nazi front

Kryptos
Kryptos
1 month ago

Many were shocked when Boris Johnson started sending weapons to Ukraine, and Biden followed, like a lap-dog. Ok, so if the West did nothing, then China would invade Taiwan. But the overkill response of Boris and Biden while West recovers from a self-inflicted plandemic is shocking. $Billions spent on the money pit of Ukraine while the West faces power cuts in the middle of Winter, food famines, homelessness, sudden deaths, suicides. It doesn’t add up.
Putin is a bare-faced liar: ‘I will not invade Ukraine’. But the West provoked the Russian Bear by installing a puppet government, building bio-labs on it’s doorstep, cutting off water to Ukraine, selling Ukrainian to the Globalists. Now we on the verge of a Nuclear Winter. It’s not worth it.