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April 12, 2024

Russia Notifies United Nations To Prepare For “Unconditional Surrender” Of Ukraine

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

A critically informative new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin revealing: “The strikes on energy facilities in Ukraine are part of the process of demilitarization”, says he then observed about the so-called Ukraine peace summit the socialist Western colonial powers will hold in Switzerland on 15-16 June that excludes Russia: “They think that we have nothing to do there, and at the same time they say that nothing can be solved without us...Since we are not going there it has now turned into a kind of nonsense...They say, we refuse to negotiate...We’re not invited, but they say that we refuse”.

In accordance with provisions outlined in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter for self defense, that Russia invoked on 24 February 2022 to launch the “Special De-Nazification Operation” for the liberation and demilitarization of Ukraine, this report notes, Russian Permanent Representative Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya to the United Nations notified the United Nations Security Council yesterday: “This is how it will go down in history: an inhuman and misanthropic regime of terrorists and Nazis who betrayed the interests of their people and sacrificed them for Western money and handouts for Zelensky and his inner circle...Under these conditions, the attempts of the head of the Kiev regime to promote his "formulas" and convene "summits" cause nothing but bewilderment...Soon enough, the only topic for any international meetings on Ukraine will be the unconditional surrender of the Kiev regime...My advice is that everyone should prepare for this in advance”.

Also as per the provisions outlined in Article 51, this report continues, Permanent Representative Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya informed the United Nations Security Council: “As for the massive precision strikes against Ukrainian fuel and energy facilities, they are a response to attempts by the Kiev regime to damage Russian oil and gas and energy infrastructure...The strike did achieve its goal, having disrupted the work of Ukrainian military industry enterprises and the transfer of reserves to combat areas...It also hampered the supply of fuel to the Ukrainian Armed Forces...As in all previous cases, the civilian population was not threatened by the Russian military, no matter how much Zelensky’s regime and its Western sponsors try to prove the opposite”—the Kiev Post then revealed: “The nation’s largest thermal power station that supplies electricity to three regions has lost 100 percent of its generating capacity, the company said on 11 April, following an overnight Russian airborne attack...“The scale of destruction is terrifying”, Centrenergo’s chairman Andriy Hota told BBC News”—and it was observed: “Ukraine’s largest private electricity company, DTEK, said that two of its power stations had been seriously damaged...The company added that it had already lost 80 percent of its generating capacity as a result of Russian attacks between 22 March and 29 March”.

Quickly following the news: “The latest intense Russian bombardment of Ukraine has resulted in the European Parliament taking the unprecedented decision to delay approval of the council budget until EU leaders get fully on board with approving additional Patriot air defense systems for Ukraine”, this report details, military analysts factually assessed that all of the Patriot air defense systems in the world can't defend Ukraine, specifically because Russian military forces obliterated Ukrainian energy targets using its latest X-69 missile, that flies at an altitude of only 20 meters (65 feet), skirting the surface, which makes it invulnerable to air defense systems.

Though the socialist Western colonial powers continue to rage about their failed proxy war against Russia using its corrupt puppet state Ukraine, this report notes, Permanent Representative Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya also most factually revealed to the United Nations Security Council yesterday:

What also gets in the way of Western propaganda makers is the opinions of ordinary Ukrainians, which they share on social networks, urging their compatriots to fear not Russian precision strikes but the consequences of the work of Ukrainian air defense systems that are deployed in residential areas in violation of IHL norms.

Since Ukraine has fewer air defense systems, there have also been fewer incidents due to their use.  Ordinary citizens of Ukraine also noticed that.

Incidentally, the Ukrainian military have begun to complain openly that local residents in Kharkov, Odessa, Nikolaev, Dnepropetrovsk and other cities and regions of Ukraine have started to actively share with Russian military the coordinates of UAF arms depots and whereabouts of military reserves, which clearly demonstrates the real attitude of the civilian population to what is happening.

Ordinary Ukrainians have come to realize more clearly who their real enemy is and who poses a real, not an imaginary, threat to their lives.

We can understand them, because they are concerned about things that our Western colleagues did not mention today.

For example, they have not said a word about violations of the rights of Ukrainian men of conscription age during their forced mobilization.  This is a real scourge for Ukrainian families today.  More and more evidence is being published on the Internet that military commissions mistreat Ukrainian men. 

In violation of all norms and laws, they seize them in the streets as if they were wanted criminals and send them straight to the front without any special training where the only way to survive is to surrender to the Russian troops.

The latter is not that easy though, because of barrier squads consisting of nationalists, who try to avoid direct combat with the Russian troops, preferring to shoot their compatriots in the back.

At the same time, whoever has money and connections, like MPs and officials, evade conscription themselves and take their relatives of conscription age abroad.

In Vinnitsa region, a ban was imposed on the entry of men of conscription age into the areas bordering Moldova in order to prevent them from fleeing.

As we see from a video report published recently by the German Deutsche Welle, in many Ukrainian villages there is simply no one left to conscript.  In the village of Luzanovka Cherkassy Region, with the population of 400 people, about 50 men have been conscripted.  Head of the local Council complains that they do not have anyone to do the grave digging. 

And this happens all across Ukraine against the backdrop of the frank unwillingness of the overwhelming majority of Ukrainians to fight for Western geopolitical interests.

As President of the Kiev International Institute of Sociology admitted the other day, only 8% of men who had been surveyed are ready to voluntarily join the Ukrainian Armed Forces.  The Kiev regime rightly sees this as a lethal threat to its power and therefore "tightens the screws" in every possible way.

Thus, at the beginning of the month, the conscription age for Ukrainians was lowered from 27 down to 25, and, judging by the progress of Ukrainian troops at the front, it may soon be 17-18 years old.

In his moment of agony, Hitler is known to have relied on "Hitlerjugend" for the defense of Berlin.  Zelensky's agonizing regime is ready to do the same, and sacrifices not only Ukrainian men, but women too for the interests of others.

The law on mobilization, which is about to be adopted, will completely turn Ukrainians into serfs whose lives are at the disposal of Zelensky and his clique.  However, our Western colleagues prefer to keep silent about this.  Just as they never admit how they were preparing Ukraine for a war with Russia for many years under the cover of the Minsk Agreements; and how they did not allow Ukrainians to make peace with Russia.

Of course, no one said today that the human rights situation in Ukraine continues to deteriorate rapidly.  None of Western sponsors dares to criticize the head of the Kiev regime, who has usurped power, canceled elections and thrown into prison everyone who disagrees with his dictatorship.

Meanwhile, neo-Nazism is being more and more blatantly promoted in Ukraine, where accomplices of the Nazis are glorified; nationalist and racist sentiments are being cultivated among the population.

Large-scale persecution of canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church continues.  The Kiev regime takes pains to create an image of the UOC and its ministers as "collaborators of the enemy" and encourages illegal seizure of churches.  Everything Russian, language, culture, education, media, is automatically subjected to cancellation.

Following Ukrainian Chief Military Advisor Oksana Grigorieva demonically proclaiming: “The Ukrainian government should leave its old-school mentality behind and implement true equality in its armed forces...Our constitution states that it is the duty of every Ukrainian to protect their homeland, so it is only right that women serve too”, this report continues, the leftist New York Times revealed: “The roughly one million men who serve in Ukraine’s army are battered and exhausted...Many soldiers have been on combat duty for two years...Tens of thousands have been lost to death or serious injury...New recruits are desperately needed....But Ukraine is running up against a critical demographic constraint long in the making: It has very few young men...Healthy men under age 30, the backbone of most militaries, are part of the smallest generation in Ukraine’s modern history”—a revelation that joined Supreme Allied Commander Europe United States Army General Christopher Cavoli informing American lawmakers yesterday: “Russia is reconstituting its military forces far faster than our initial estimates suggested...Over the past year, Russia increased its front line troop strength from 360,000 to 470,000...The army is actually now larger — by 15 percent — than it was when it invaded”.

Along with the Ministry of Defense (MoD) observing: “With Ukrainians unwilling to volunteer for the cause of Zelensky’s madness, Kiev has updated its mobilization rules to recruit new cannon fodder”, this report details, one of its top officials told reporters about puppet leader Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s comical plan for a new counteroffensive: “I would remind you that the implementation of the previous counteroffensive plan in 2023, which Commander-in-Chief Zelensky has delicately called ‘not successful’, resulted in the death and serious injury of more than 166,000 members of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as well as the loss of 789 tanks, 2,400 other armored vehicles and 132 aircraft”—the just released American economic article “In Latest Humiliation For Biden Admin, Russian Oil Is Trading Above The G7 Price Cap Everywhere” also revealed: “Russian oil is trading far in excess of a Group of Seven price cap that’s supposed to deprive Moscow of revenue for its war in Ukraine, suggesting significant non-compliance with the measure, which anyone with half a working brain would have expected to happen, which of course excludes virtually all "democratic" bureaucrats who implemented this idiotic sanction which only ended up making the Vitol oil traders billionaires”—all of which was joined by the news: “The World Bank has revised its outlook for Russian GDP growth in 2024-2025 upward”.

After Bloomberg reported yesterday, citing unnamed officials: “The US has run out of options to help Ukraine beyond hoping Congress ultimately passes a $60 billion aid package before the frontline starts to crumble under Russian pressure”, this report concludes, Axios revealed: “House Democrats are engaged in a widespread whip operation aimed at persuading progressive stragglers to sign onto a discharge petition to force a vote on the Senate's Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan aid bill...But more than a dozen pro-Palestinian progressives have refused to sign on in protest of the military assistance for Israel in the Senate bill”—and was a revelation joined by the leftist New York Times publishing the open letter “The Math On Ukraine Doesn’t Add Up” written by top Republican Party conservative lawmaker United States Senator J.D. Vance, wherein he warningly observed:

President Biden wants the world to believe that the biggest obstacle facing Ukraine is Republicans and our lack of commitment to the global community.  This is wrong.

Ukraine’s challenge is not the G.O.P.; it’s math.

Ukraine needs more soldiers than it can field, even with draconian conscription policies.  And it needs more material than the United States can provide.  This reality must inform any future Ukraine policy, from further congressional aid to the diplomatic course set by the president.

The most fundamental question: How much does Ukraine need and how much can we actually provide?

Mr. Biden suggests that a $60 billion supplemental means the difference between victory and defeat in a major war between Russia and Ukraine.  That is also wrong.  $60 billion is a fraction of what it would take to turn the tide in Ukraine’s favor.  But this is not just a matter of dollars.  Fundamentally, we lack the capacity to manufacture the amount of weapons Ukraine needs us to supply to win the war.

Consider our ability to produce 155-millimeter artillery shells.  Last year, Ukraine’s then defense minister assessed that their base line requirement for these shells is over four million per year, but said they could fire up to seven million if that many were available.  Since the start of the conflict, the United States has gone to great lengths to ramp up production of 155-millimeter shells.  We’ve roughly doubled our capacity and can now produce 360,000 per year — less than a tenth of what Ukraine says it needs.  The administration’s goal is to get this to 1.2 million — 30 percent of what’s needed — by the end of 2025.  This would cost the American taxpayers dearly while yielding an unpleasantly familiar result: failure abroad.

Just this week, the top American military commander in Europe argued that absent further security assistance, Russia could soon have a 10-to-1 artillery advantage over Ukraine. What didn’t gather as many headlines is that Russia’s current advantage is at least 5 to 1, even after all the money we have poured into the conflict.  Neither of these ratios plausibly lead to Ukrainian victory.

Proponents of American aid to Ukraine have argued that our approach has been a boon to our own economy, creating jobs here in the factories that manufacture weapons.  But our national security interests can be — and often are — separate from our economic interests. 

The notion that we should prolong a bloody and gruesome war because it’s been good for American business is grotesque.  We can and should rebuild our industrial base without shipping its products to a foreign conflict.

The story is the same when we look at other munitions.  Take the Patriot missile system — our premier air defense weapon.  It’s of such importance in this war that Ukraine’s foreign minister has specifically demanded them.  That’s because in March alone, Russia reportedly launched over 3,000 guided aerial bombs, 600 drones and 400 missiles at Ukraine.  To fend off these attacks, the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, and others have indicated they need thousands of Patriot interceptors per year. The problem is this: The United States only manufactures 550 every year.  If we pass the supplemental aid package currently being considered in Congress, we could potentially increase annual production to 650, but that’s still less than a third of what Ukraine requires.

These weapons are not only needed by Ukraine.  If China were to set its sights on Taiwan, the Patriot missile system would be critical to its defense.  In fact, the United States has promised to send Taiwan nearly $900 million worth of Patriot missiles, but delivery of those weapons and other essential resources has been severely delayed, partly because of shortages caused by the war.

If that sounds bad, Ukraine’s manpower situation is even worse.  Here are the basics: Russia has nearly four times the population of Ukraine.  Ukraine needs upward of half a million new recruits, but hundreds of thousands of fighting-age men have already fled the country.  The average Ukrainian soldier is roughly 43 years old, and many soldiers have already served two years at the front with few, if any, opportunities to stop fighting.  After two years of conflict, there are some villages with almost no men left.  The Ukrainian military has resorted to coercing men into service, and women have staged protests to demand the return of their husbands and fathers after long years of service at the front.  This newspaper reported one instance in which the Ukrainian military attempted to conscript a man with diagnosed mental disability.

Many in Washington seem to think that hundreds of thousands of young Ukrainians have gone to war with a song in their heart and are happy to label any thought to the contrary Russian propaganda.  But major newspapers on both sides of the Atlantic are reporting that the situation on the ground in Ukraine is grim.

The White House has said time and again that they can’t negotiate with President Vladimir Putin of Russia.  This is absurd. 

The Biden administration has no viable plan for the Ukrainians to win this war.

The sooner Americans confront this truth, the sooner we can fix this mess and broker for peace.

[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]









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[Note: The word Kremlin (fortress inside a city) as used in this report refers to Russian citadels, including in Moscow, having cathedrals wherein female Schema monks (Orthodox nuns) reside, many of whom are devoted to the mission of the Sisters of Sorcha Faal.]

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