“Otherwise, he’s cooked,” a former Pentagon adviser advises Zelensky to flee Ukraine.
Published on 13.12.2022
Sputnik reports that the Ukrainian army suffers losses and a lack of ammunition, while the Russian armed forces have the capacity to win their special operation. This is the reason why the Ukrainian President should rather temporarily leave the country, indicated a former colonel and adviser to the head of the Pentagon.
The predominance of the Russian army on the ground leaves no chance for the forces of kyiv to win, estimated Douglas MacGregor, former adviser to the head of the Pentagon.
A reason why Ukrainian President has only to leave his country:
“Zelensky has nothing to look forward to. He could however flee to Poland “at least during a possible period of escalation of the situation in Ukraine, indicated the retired colonel, in Judging Freedom, a live stream moderated by Andrew Napolitano, former judge and analyst at FoxNews.
“Otherwise, it’s cooked,” he concludes.
According to the colonel, the Ukrainian troops suffer immense losses. The country may not have enough manpower to wage war. In addition, Ukraine already faces fuel and ammunition shortages, Macgregor added.
In the meantime, the West plans to grant new financing and armaments to Ukraine. However, some countries already lack the weapons available to transfer to them. This is the case of Germany who has been talking about it since the end of August, but also from the United States.
They ran out of stock portable air defense systems Stinger and Javelin, equivalent to several years of production, according to National Review, which refers to the CEO of Raytheon, an American corporation in the defense sector.
Since February 24, Russia has been carrying out a special military operation in Ukraine. Vladimir Putin gave it the objective of “the protection of people who have been victims of intimidation and genocide by the kyiv regime for eight years”.
The ultimate goal of this operation is the liberation of Donbass and the creation of conditions guaranteeing the security of Russia itself.