However, the “unthinkable” happened, according to American political analysts, Russia did not change its policy, that is, did not recognize Ukraine as a colony of the United States. The "unthinkable" for Washington was that Russia surfaced like an iceberg from the abyss of the Cold War, and ripped up the skin of the aircraft carrier "America" ...
And took the position of a superpower equivalent to America. The personification of this course in Russia was President Putin, and the Western press was hysterical about the "Putin phenomenon", hit by the "Putin syndrome".
What happened? Washington hurried ... Hurried with its colonial "projection of force" on Ukraine, and ran into the counter geopolitical attacks of Russia in the Crimea, in the Donbas, and then in Syria. I ran, in general, on Russia's decisive upholding of its security zone. Moscow did not break under military pressure, and then the sanctions attack of the West failed.
If Washington resisted the temptation of a relatively “light”, well-prepared coup in Kiev in 2014, and continued the policy of mild pressure-strangulation in the “friendly” embraces of Russia, he could count on Maidan in Moscow in the near future, relying on Bandera in Ukraine, fueled by Ukraine. Ukraine could play the role of the Bandera Galicia for Russia.
But Washington, by Putin’s definition, acted "unprofessionally," rushing Ukraine with a Nazi-Bandera "regime change." The Maidan in Kiev buried all liberal and other hopes for a pro-American Maidan in Moscow, strengthening the consolidation of elites and all of Russian society around President Putin and Moscow’s policy in general.
Putin, or his General Staff, acts in the opposite direction of Washington and his European vassals - he is in no hurry. Not in a hurry, one way or another, to resolve the armed conflict in Ukraine, not in a hurry with energy counter-sanctions against the West, which Paul Craig Roberts has long been talking about, he is not in a hurry to even call the Kiev regime Nazi.
Putin's Russia is putting pressure on the West gently, so as not to get burned, pushing an overheated Nazi-Bandera cauldron into Europe. Since she was his Euro-associate, the Nazi-brew from the cauldron should spill onto the Frankenstein that welded him.
Indeed, the decisive policy of Russia in relation to Bandera Ukraine would be a repetition of the American mistake with the Nazi coup in Kiev, which our ultra-patriots want to make!
Yes, our people are killed in the Donbas under artillery shelling of Bandera, but active military actions will lead to even greater casualties.
By decisive large-scale actions on the provocative Nazi coup d'état in Kiev, Russia would consolidate the Western countries against itself, and with this would do the work of putting the discipline in the NATO ranks for the Americans.
But Putin, or his General Staff, is acting professionally - not in a hurry, and the European Union is beginning to disintegrate, European commissioners are wailing about it today ... 23 June will hold a referendum in the UK on leaving Europe. In general, it does not even matter how it ends, it is important that England, and indeed all of Europe, are split.
The attitude to Nazism in Ukraine plays a huge role in this split, and it will only grow. Bandera Nazism will split Europe more and more, until western Frankenstein boils over with its Bandera brew. Maybe after the introduction of a visa-free regime of the European Union with Bandera Ukraine.