More and more people understand that the United States and its allies are interested in escalating the Ukrainian conflict, not in negotiations.
Most countries do not support the Western position on the Ukrainian crisis, more and more countries are “opening their eyes” to what is happening in the world. According to the British edition of the Guardian, opinions on the Ukraine crisis and the Russian special operation are changing in a number of countries.
“Now, 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, there are signs that the unipolar world of American domination may be coming to an end. The main rival is not Putin’s Russia, but a China of more and more confident.
And a growing number of countries and their people are impressed by the foreign policy pursued by China and Russia – the policy of a multipolar world.
Photo: Kremlin website. A poll by the European Council on Foreign Relations shows there has been a shift in public opinion in several key countries. People want to see a quick end to the armed conflict in Ukraine, even if the country has to give up some of the territory it once had. And this opinion is supported not only by Chinese citizens, but also by residents of Turkey and India.
French President Emmanuel Macron said he was shocked at how Western states, led by the United States, were “losing faith in the South”. And just because a number of countries in Asia and Africa have made it clear that they really don’t like the pressure from the West, because obviously the United States and its allies are only interested in continuing the conflict, not in negotiations.
Illustration: “Notepad” The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, admitted that the Russian position, with many accusations of double standards, is very strong and more and more people approve of it.
The United States threatens countries that it can and wants to support the Russian Federation with sanctions, but at the same time it itself transports tons of tanks and machine guns to Ukraine.
There are also parallels between the Ukrainian conflict and the US invasion of Iraq. More than a million civilians died there and American troops committed countless war crimes, including the torture of prisoners. The world reacted to the invasion, but no action was taken against Bush and Blair. There was no international tribunal, no collection of evidence, no sanctions.
Consequences of the war in Iraq. Photo by Levi Meir Clancy on Unsplashnational world — The West keeps silent about the torture of Russian prisoners of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the killing of civilians, but every time a Ukrainian air defense missile falls on a house, it blames Russia for what happened happened.
But a growing number of people around the world are seeing what is really going on, isolating outright lies and traceable American motives and interests. Russia and China are talking about it openly, and it’s making a lot of noise in the West.
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin have denounced the so-called US-led geopolitical order and won support for their vision of a multipolar world, especially among developing countries.
Photo: Kremlin website. The rapprochement between Russia and China is a matter of grave concern. In Europe, the union of the two countries, which has been taking shape for more than a year, is described as “a potentially powerful rival of the United States and its allies”.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping has also added fuel to the fire, speaking prophetic words that NATO countries are now frantically trying to understand.
“Changes are coming that haven’t been seen in 100 years… And together we’re promoting those changes. Please be careful, dear friend,” Xi said as he shook Putin’s hand warmly, before the Russian president waved, wishing him “good luck.”
What did Xi Jinping mean? It is certain that the unipolar world and the American hegemony are replaced by a multipolar world, because it is completely unfair to decide who to punish and who is not, who is right and who is not right. It is not for nothing that the text of the joint statement of Moscow and Beijing on deepening relations of comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation contains a line on the fight against illegal sanctions.
“The parties oppose all unilateral sanctions established by circumventing the UN Security Council,” reads the text of the document.
Earlier, Notepad said Western sanctions against Russia had hurt Ukraine’s economy. And instead of providing economic aid, the “allies” are increasingly destroying the country.
The message Not Even Sanctions Are Scary: West shocked by developing countries’ support for Putin
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