The event that happened yesterday at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant, however catastrophic, is a rather predictable development. The Kremlin dwarf bald-faced Stalin, who exploded the Dnipro hydropower plant in August 1941, on the eve of the German offensive (I note that on the retreat in 1943, the Nazis destroyed only the turbine hall, but restored their dam were not touched). Then, however, flooding led to the impossibility of evacuation of the 18th and 9th Soviet armies from near Mykolaiv, which eventually were surrounded and defeated – now the consequences are less dramatic, but still. The Kremlin has no moral obstacles to the use of any form of weapons of mass destruction – and the case at the Kakhovka power plant points to the possibility of even a nuclear strike on Ukraine – so all kinds of negotiations and peace agreements are not on the agenda now. Let’s hope that what happened will not stop the Ukrainian offensive and the expulsion of the occupants from the territory of the country. Strength and victories to our Ukrainian friends!
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