Day 8 The Rat Is In The Corner
Russia lost the war militarily. We know this because Russia has begun to wage war on civilians. As predicted Putin has become the world’s biggest terrorist. He became one on the first day of the war when he took Ukraine hostage and threatened the world with nuclear weapons. He began acting like one once his army stopped its progress and he switched tactics to attacking civilian targets.
For the past several days Putin has focused most of the efforts on bombing civilian buildings. He has turned off the electricity and water to Moreupol, denied green corridors for food and supplies as well as for escape. When offering a green corridor by stopping shelling, the soldiers have targetted cars that are trying to escape. The soldiers have been stealing all food and then feeding it to the citizens as if they are the nice guys for the cameras in Russia. There are reports of foreign students begging for a way out of the bombed-out university, and then being shot as they try to drive away. These are not actions of an army but a cartel.
The attack on people isn’t enough, they are attacking cultural sites with precision strikes on the Bessarabian market, Baby Yar and Kyivskiy Sobor, the oldest Church in East Europe. His troops have burned down museums and have even gone after Ukrainian websites trying to erase them from the internet. Trying to erase Ukraine and its culture from the earth.
Macron talked to him and confirmed my previous suspicions he is “fighting to the end”. He cannot lose because if he loses the Russian people will lose faith in him. Macron realized that things are about to get much much darker.
Then, at about 6:30pm PST or 5am Ukraine time, Zelensky went on Twitter to tell the world that Putin’s troops opened fire on the largest powerplant in Europe. This was a premeditated move. Putin hinted at it in a speech saying he would “blanket Europe in radioactive ash”. To do this in a way that Russians wouldn’t know, he closed down the last of the independent news organizations and access to many of the American news sites the day before. During his televised meeting, Putin was not in a lavish room but inside of what looked to be in a bunker and on Zoom. If anyone was going to bomb Moscow to stop this, Putin was safe. My guess is that the meeting was on zoom and previous ones keep a distance from him is that he also knows that his own people might be thinking about stopping him.
This was a premeditated attack as the powerplant was being shelled by tanks with heat vision to identify the reactors and no one was shooting at the tanks from inside the powerplant. As the fire began to rage, the Russian soldiers laid thick gunfire to prevent anyone from accessing the site and stopping the fire.
As the fire spread, the alarms began going off. The President of Ukraine made calls and passionate pleas to stop the madman. He called the world’s leaders and the leaders called Putin. Then, suddenly, the firemen were allowed to go and stop the fire. Putin knew the call was coming, whatever was promised to him must have been big.
The crazy villain terrorist from all of the Bond movies is a lot harder to get than the movies make it look. We just all witnessed the villain, telling us his plans and then the world is powerless to do anything. Putin put a gun to the heads of nearly a billion people. If the world promised to do as he wishes, Putin now knows that he can do this again and again as long as his own people won’t kill him.
When the rat has nowhere to go, it will fight to the end. The only people that can stop Putin are the Russian people, who are either too scared or too brainwashed to do anything and those who are neither, are too few to matter.
It is now up to the world to plead with them and to send them all the information we can. Send it via WhatsApp and telegram and google and Facebook and Vkontakte. They have to have people they know many people contacting them. It’s the only way we can reach them.