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Kremlin prepares Russians for defeat in Ukraine: report

18.05.2022 12:30
Vladimir Putin’s propagandists are preparing the Russian public for the failure of his "special military operation” in Ukraine, a Polish website has reported.
Vladimir Putins propagandists are preparing the Russian public for the failure of his special military operation in Ukraine, a Polish website reported on Wednesday.
Vladimir Putin’s propagandists are preparing the Russian public for the failure of his "special military operation” in Ukraine, a Polish website reported on Wednesday.Image by Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay.

Almost three months into the invasion of Ukraine, with no victory for Russia in sight, “Russian talk show hosts are beginning to invite panellists who view their country’s chances realistically, or even pessimistically,” kresy24.pl reported on Wednesday.

‘The whole world is against us’

For instance, retired colonel and military analyst for the Gazeta.ru website, Mikhail Khodarenok, told public broadcaster Rossiya 1 recently: “We’re in total geopolitical isolation and the whole world is against us, even if we don’t want to admit it," as quoted by kresy24.pl.

Appearing on a programme hosted by the influential propagandist Olga Skabaeva, Khodarenok also said that any threats about Russian military power were regarded as “amusing” by the West, kresy24.pl reported.

‘Putin is misinformed!’

Meanwhile, guests on a talk show presented by leading propagandist Vladimir Solovyov “behave as if they were on the verge of a nervous breakdown,” according to kresy24.pl.

These panellists "shout in despair that Putin is misinformed, while the Russian army should appoint ‘commissars,'" the Polish website said.

“Putin himself also looks like someone who no longer believes in victory,” kresy24.pl claimed.

‘Russian propagandists no longer question' Ukrainian combat skills, morale

“Significantly, Russian propagandists no longer question the combat skills and morale of the Ukrainian army and volunteers,” the website wrote.

“Both these factors have become so obvious that even Russia’s propaganda-spreading TV channels must cautiously acknowledge them as reality,” kresy24.pl concluded. 

Wednesday is day 84 of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

(pm/gs)

Source: kresy24.pldailymail.co.uk