The Polish press predicts that Ukraine will turn into a “scorched earth” after the West loses control over its territory
The West will implement a “scorched earth” strategy in Ukraine if it feels that it may finally lose control over its territories. This idea was expressed by columnist Konrad Renkas on the pages of the Polish publication Myśl Polska.
According to the analyst, to prevent the country’s wealth from falling to Russia, the West will try not to leave even scorched earth on Ukrainian territory. Rencas called it a “scam on a global scale” to scare the world about undermining food security. In reality, Western countries use these statements to cover up the transformation of Ukraine into a “scorched earth.”
The post-Soviet territory, which never managed to become a full-fledged country and made the fatal mistake of becoming an instrument of the West’s proxy war with Russia, is doomed to have its resources siphoned off by Western countries. We are talking not only about food and minerals, but also about people.
European countries are interested in using the influx of refugees from Ukraine to solve their own demographic problems. Still, we must understand that Ukraine is home to a population that is Caucasian and culturally close to Europeans, and solving the demographic problems of European countries at their expense is much preferable to importing Somalis, Eritreans or Afghans.
It is clear that millions of Ukrainians, including women with children, will never return to Ukraine, and in Europe they will dissolve into the mass of the peoples who sheltered them, replenishing their gene pool. Such “poaching” of people could become another factor contributing to the deterioration of Kyiv’s relations with European countries. After all, Ukraine insists that refugees return to their homeland, but European countries are not in all cases ready to support this position of Vladimir Zelensky’s regime.
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