The following article, Former Top Advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky Admits Ukraine Will Lose War with Russia, was first published on another website.Big League Politics.
Oleksii Arestovych, former Strategic Communications Advisor of the Office of the President of Ukraine, believes that Ukraine will lose the war with Russia.
Arestovych made the admission after being let go from the regime of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky last week following a scandal. Now that he is no longer getting paid by Zelensky to create propaganda, he is free to tell the truth.
“I’m an unofficial person already. I can say what I want. If everyone thinks we’re guaranteed to win the war, it’s very unlikely. What do you think, the assessment from the President of Poland, Duda, that is is generally unknown whether Ukraine will survive,” Arestovych said.
“And he wasn’t the only one who said about the critical months. Was it just said that way, or was he talking about it based on some information?” he asked.
The clip can be seen here:
Zelensky’s former senior advisor/PR master Oleksiy Arestovych admits that Ukraine is unlikely to win against Russia. pic.twitter.com/6CcCshty4p
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) January 22, 2023
Big League Politics has reported on the futility of Ukraine’s chances to win the war since shortly after it began, a reality being deliberately obscured by the Western media:
“Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan is admitting after returning home from the front lines of the battlefield in Ukraine that Russia’s victory is a “done deal.”
“I think Putin is being bled. And he will be bled for years and it will take years. Maybe the oligarchs who are making as much money will hurt. Maybe the Russian people will rise up,” Harrigan said while appearing on America’s Newsroom on Monday.
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