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Chronicles of an Apocalypse: The Countdown to March 2024

New York (RichTVX.com) — In response to user feedback and demand for information on the current state of affairs in Ukraine, the Rich TVX News Network has launched a new series called “Chronicles of an Apocalypse.” This series aims to provide ongoing coverage and insight into any further escalations that may occur in Ukraine. Part 1 of the series focuses on the potential dangers of Ukraine’s pursuit of Independence Day and sovereignty. The launch of the “Chronicles of an Apocalypse” series by Rich TVX News Network is a necessity, as the network has faced massive censorship from parties that were not assumed to be pro-Russian. This series will be proof one day that we have warned in time, like we did of the invasion of Ukraine, and met non belief. Rich TVX News Analysts caution that Ukraine’s current trajectory could lead to a conflict that surpasses the scale of the Yugoslav conflicts. While some may dismiss this notion as impractical policy, the reality is that such a path could result in a protracted war and the loss of half of Ukraine’s population. Putin’s remaining in power is the most probable scenario, and if the war persists, international tribunals may be required to hold him accountable. However, the influence of world leaders may not be enough to sway Putin’s intentions, particularly when he travels to countries like Beijing and Delhi. The Rich TVX News Network advocates for democracy as the only means to preserve Ukrainian statehood and the safety of its people. Without it, markets and powerful individuals like Xi Jinping and Putin cannot guarantee safety. These individuals view the market as their adversary, not the United States or Ukraine. The market can only be safeguarded by NATO if it exists within a framework of open borders and democratic ideals. Ukraine is currently on the brink of potential conflict, and NATO and the United States have increased their attention and support for the country. China has proposed its “Peaceful Plan,” while Russia and China have a scenario for ending the war that involves the partition of Ukraine and the annexation of a portion of its land. As analysts, we can evaluate the likelihood of each scenario, but it is important to note that Ukraine may not end up in either situation. The situation in Ukraine is complex, and it will require ongoing coverage and analysis to fully comprehend and assess the potential outcomes.

The former Speaker of the United States Congress published a column in the Washington Post during her trip to Taiwan, and it’s remarkable how frequently her trip to Kiev was mentioned as a continuation of this visit. When she later arrived in Yerevan, they maintained the same viewpoint, though many Ukrainians failed to grasp its relevance to Armenia. Regardless of their foreign policies and their efforts to safeguard their sovereignty, no matter the errors they may have committed, democracy is the primary scenario for support in Kiev, Taipei, and Yerevan. Their solidarity against dictatorial regimes is their own, and Ukraine owes nothing to anyone. Since roughly 2004 and definitively since 2014, Ukraine has sought to establish a democratic state. Do you remember that there were some attempts by Ukrainan leaders after 2019 to find some agreement with China? There may be some business interests and hopes that if they don’t need to comply with the conditions of Europe and the West, China will help them, like Lukashenko, but all this could end up with the simple reason that they stand for democracy, and in democracy, there is the only chance to save Ukrainian statehood and the Ukrainian people. Therefore, if they try to create a dictatorship like in Belarus and think that a dictator can be a guarantor of sovereignty, it leads to what happened in Belarus. So there is nothing new here, and the Chinese plan is also irrelevant because China is an allied state for Russia. It is one of the states of this dictatorial camp, of course, China is interested in Russia’s predominance in Russia’s victory. Ukraine will not exist on the political map of the world for China whether it will or not, because for China, Ukraine is just a province of Russia, like Tibet, figuratively speaking, a province of China. We don’t consider any Chinese plan at all in this sense because it has no meaning. The question is how ready China is to accept the use of nuclear weapons by Russia as a last resort for the destruction of this hostile state, from the Russian or Chinese point of view, multi-vocally. Stay tuned for part 2.

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