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Putin’s “Total Replacement Plan” for Ukraine

Runaway Russia and Putin's Ambitions" Massive Influx of Refugees Causing Significant Economic Damage to European Countries Control of Chernobyl was Top Priority Mission of Invasion of Ukraine

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No matter how much he is criticized, President Putin will not ease up on his aggression. He has thoroughly suppressed anti-war demonstrations in the country, with more than 6,000 people detained.

The fighting subsided a bit during the ceasefire negotiations, but this seems to have been an excellent stall for the Russian military, which was having trouble with logistics (logistical support such as the maintenance and transport of food and weapons). The fighting has resumed and is likely to intensify.

President Vladimir Putin (69) is ready to use even a small tactical nuclear weapon to break the deadlock. Naturally, Russia would face worldwide condemnation, but it is a possibility. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) will not launch nuclear weapons at Russia just because it uses nuclear weapons,” said Masaki Takabe, a former mercenary and military critic.

The world is facing the biggest crisis of the 21st century: on February 24, President Vladimir Putin finally invaded Ukraine. He attacked from the north, south, and east, raiding the capital, Kiev, and the second largest city, Kharkiv. The situation is becoming increasingly grim, as ceasefire negotiations that began on February 28 in Belarus have yielded no results.

A reporter from the Moscow bureau of a national newspaper said.

The situation is becoming increasingly difficult. At first, political scientists and military journalists from around the world were convinced that Russia would not invade. This is because the damage caused by economic sanctions by Western countries would be too great, even though Russia has natural gas interests. In fact, Russia’s exclusion from SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) was decided. This is a system that enables settlement between international banks and is the main means of settlement for international trade. The Russian economy and the Russian market will be isolated and devastated by the loss of access to foreign currency.

In fact, the ruble has plummeted by as much as 30%. Yet, why invade Ukraine? This is probably because they believe that they can get more out of Ukraine than they can lose from economic sanctions by the Western countries. Putin is trying to set the world back again to an era of the weak and the strong.

Itsuro Nakamura, a professor at Tsukuba University and an expert on Russian politics, said.

President Putin’s real goal is to direct the large number of Ukrainian refugees toward European countries. The war has pushed more than 500,000 refugees into neighboring countries such as Poland and Moldova. The aim is to use the refugees to paralyze the economies of Eastern European countries. In the meantime, they attack U.S. military facilities deployed in Eastern European countries. I believe that they are trying to regain control of areas controlled by the former Soviet Union.

According to Nakamura, the key mission of the invasion of Ukraine was to take control of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the worst “negative legacy” in human history. In the background is President Vladimir Putin’s plan to “replace the entire population” of Ukraine.

Putin may be thinking, on the one hand, of contaminating Kiev with radiation so that no one will be able to live there,” Nakamura said. He is probably looking to push anti-Putin people to Eastern European countries as refugees and create a puppet government mainly in pro-Russian areas such as eastern Ukraine and the Crimean Peninsula. For Putin, this invasion of Ukraine is a life-long revenge against the West, especially the U.S.” (Nakamura)

President Putin has criticized the Ukrainian government as “neo-Nazis. In reality, however, the overwhelming majority of people compare Putin to Hitler. One can only guess at the end of a dictator’s life.

President Zelensky signs an application to join the European Union on February 28, seeking support. He remains in the capital to show his resistance.
The body of a soldier lies near a tank. The bodies of the victims are said to lie in ruins in the city, which is under heavy fire.
The body of a Russian soldier lying on the road. It is believed that the Ukrainian soldier who killed him took the photo himself and uploaded it to a social networking service (from Twitter). The surge in casualties has led to frequent anti-war demonstrations in Russia.
Ukrainian soldiers search for unexploded ordnance in Kiev early in the morning, one night after the invasion. The Russian military is deploying cluster bombs, fuel vaporization bombs, and other advanced weapons with high lethal capabilities one after another.
A man who appears to be an acquaintance of the victim of the airstrike looks saddened in front of his body near a housing complex in Kharkov, the second largest city in the country. The body has large lacerations and burnt skin.
An apartment building in Kiev, the capital of Russia, emitting black smoke after a direct hit by a Russian military missile. Civilians were trapped under the falling debris and became victims. Indiscriminate attacks are being carried out in urban areas.
Civilians taking refuge on a subway platform. Russian agents are on maneuvers in Kiev city, and a curfew has been imposed. Sleepless, anxious days continue with no end in sight.
On the roads in the border region, there was a massive traffic jam with cars of people trying to flee the country. More than 500,000 refugees from Ukraine are pouring into neighboring countries such as Poland and Moldova.
A Ukrainian family crossing over to Poland. Many of the men are staying in the country as militia members. The parents are in tears next to their children, who look innocent and unsure of their situation.

From the March 18, 2022 issue of FRIDAY

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