@KyivIndependent Ukraine is scared. They know full well that 300,000 Russian reinforcements and annexation will be a problem. No matter what you say about Russia's ability to train, equip, or whatever. This escalation by Kremlin means this war is far from over and it's time to just negotiate.
@KyivIndependent Ukraine is so nervous right now. They are literally screwed in 6months. They are begging the west for support. Ukraine would have surrendered had the west not got involved. They are weak and Russia while looking weak, is clearly the stronger country. Ukraine should negotiate.
@mrsorokaa Ukraine is really nervous right now.. they are screwed no matter how much copium they take,
@TholstrupJens @CoenraadKramers @Colin34889159 @wartranslated You omitted the context of this vote intentionally. Voting for Ukraine's independence isn't "voting to join Ukraine" as you stated. Also Crimea had lowest turnout and % saying yes to this vote. Crimea would have preferred becoming its own oblast on Russia if it had a choice.
@henryharte17 @Charles58646953 @mrsorokaa Both sides are equally responsible for what happens tomorrow. Russia is responsible for what has already happened... you're implying Ukraine has no agency in this war and must fight on indefinitely no matter the costs. That is a hawkish stance that could cause much misery
@TholstrupJens @CoenraadKramers @Colin34889159 @wartranslated Jens. Please explain when that vote happened and what Crimea was voting on? You've misunderstood the details of that vote. Crimea voted to become an independent oblast not part of Ukraine. There is more to the story too. Read this link. https://t.co/5MVpgj7Q22 https://t.co/HDsJqRuJry