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Russian FSB ‘Whistleblower’ claims Putin’s War will be ‘Total Failure’

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A published report insinuates Russia will fail in its invasion of Ukraine; specifically, Putin’s war will be a “total failure.” The report, which was published Friday, allegedly came from a Russian FSB agent.

The Daily Mail reports that an analyst from the investigative journalism group Bellingcat showed the report to FSB sources who they had “no doubt it was written by a colleague.” In the over 2,000-word report, the agent writes Russia’s forces have “no options to victory, only defeat.”

The Kremlin has only acknowledged the deaths of 498 of its soldiers, but the FSB’s report claims over 10,000 Russians could already have been killed in Ukraine; the number is similar to one provided by Kyiv officials.

Daily Mail reports:

The whistleblower also claimed the FSB – Russia‘s successor to the Soviet Union’s feared KGB – was being blamed for the failure of Moscow’s forces to make significant progress into Ukraine, despite being given no advanced warning of the invasion.

The report also said Russia’s government has lost contact with a number of its divisions that have been sent into Ukraine, meaning they had no accurate death toll.

It came as former Russian Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev insisted that Putin is not ‘insane’ but ‘immoral’ as he said the president believes his invasion is logical because he has started to believe his false propaganda that Ukrainians are ‘neo-Nazis’.

The report also said even if Putin succeeds in taking out Ukrainian President Zelensky, Moscow still would be unable to occupy Ukraine. “Even with minimum resistance from the Ukrainians we’d need over 500,000 people, not including supply and logistics workers,” the author claims.

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  1. Tracy

    March 8, 2022 at 3:13 pm

    I pray for the poor innocent people in Ukraine that are caught in the crossfire.May God in heaven please help them.

  2. A Concerned American

    March 11, 2022 at 10:23 pm

    Hello,
    I’m sure it was quite obvious to the Russian military while even planning these operations that they could not sustain any form of occupation even if they got the Ukrainian government to fall. Ukraine is a nation of 44 million. Even 1% fighting a guerrilla war is 440,000 people, supported from behind by a much larger number. Ukraine is bigger than the size of France with many hiding places for guerrilla bases and a support network.
    The biggest worry at this point is if the Russians don’t succeed, will they pound the Ukrainians day and night into submission? Or will the brewing ‘revolt’ within Russia extend well enough to topple Putin and his cronies? What about the sequence for the unleashing of tactical nuclear missiles? Strategic nuclear missiles? Tactical on the heads of the Ukrainians? On the heads of some NON-NATO country that is supplying weapons to the Ukrainians (e.g. Finland)?
    And why hasn’t the media spoken about the crimes of the Ukrainian government and army in the Donbass region for the past eight years? The Ukrainians are NOT the ‘good guys’ in all this either. BOTH SIDES are guilty of criminal action that has led to this situation, albeit Putin is the one who invaded openly this time (and took the Crimea a few years ago).
    It’s NOT in the core US interest to fan the fires here. The solution for everyone seems to be to “Finlandize” Ukraine, i.e. turn it into a buffer state, hand the Donbass and Crimea to Russia officially, and get a guarantee of non-intervention by any side in Ukraine (i.e. no Ukraine joining NATO or the EU, nor any ‘association’ with Russia). Pure neutrality perhaps with a beefed up army (armed neutrality like Switzerland). No association with ANY ‘bloc’. And guarantee of EQUAL RIGHTS for ALL Ukrainian citizens, including the use and teaching of their languages in school (the Swiss, by the way, have FOUR languages that are protected within their country).

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Israel Defense Forces say coalition successfully intercepted over 99 percent of Iranian drones, missiles

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The U.S., U.K, France, and Jordan came together with Israel to intercept the onslaught of Iranian drones targeting Israel, according to multiple reports.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded defiantly, saying his country is “strong” and prepared to defend itself from any threat.

“Our defense systems are deployed, and we are prepared for any scenario, both in defense and offense. The State of Israel is strong, the IDF is strong, the public is strong,” Netanyahu said.

“We appreciate the US for standing by Israel’s side as well as the support of the UK, France and many other countries,” he continued.

“I established a clear principle — whoever hurts us, we will hurt them. We will defend ourselves from any threat and we will do so calmly and with determination.”

In conjunction with the attack, Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei launched a tirade against Israel on Saturday and blamed the Jewish state for the recent attack on an Iranian compound in Damascus, Syria.

“The malicious regime has made a wrong move in this case. It should be punished and it will be punished,” he said of Israel.

National Review reports:

Iran typically targets Israel through its network of well-resourced regional proxies such as Hamas and Hezbollah. Israel continues to fights its war against Hamas sparked by the terrorist group’s mass civilian slaughter and rape on October 7.

Hamas rejected another temporary cease-fire proposal after negotiations began in Cairo, Egypt last weekend between U.S., Qatari, and Egyptian officials. The cease-fire proposal would have seen Israel exchange hundreds of Gazan prisoners for dozens of the hostages held in captivity by Hamas.

As for injuries, a seven-year-old girl suffered severe injuries from shrapnel that fell directly onto her home. She was rushed to the hospital and underwent emergency surgery for a head wound. An estimated 31 people in total were treated for stress and minor injuries.

 

 

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