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Russia, what have you done to yourself?
One year has passed since the commencement of this war, and there have been no new developments at the front in the past day. The Russian invaders have brazenly seized territories that do not rightfully belong to them and have shown no intention of relinquishing their grip. Their extensive list of atrocities is appalling. They have squandered vast sums of money and ruined the lives of hundreds of thousands of their own people, as well as countless others. Their actions have obliterated the future of their country and irreparably damaged the reputation of their people. And for what? Nothing more than pure hatred and contempt from the rest of humanity. The territorial acquisitions they have made are utterly pitiful and devoid of any true value. They are nothing more than dilapidated ruins littered with broken equipment and countless minefields that will take decades to clear. These so-called acquisitions are not even assets, but rather liabilities, requiring vast resources to protect since no one in the world acknowledges their right to the land. They were warned that the war would continue until they left. It is now evident to everyone that Russia will face decades of isolation and contempt. An entire generation of Russians has been thrown into a life of mere survival, plagued by impotent envy of the rest of humanity. They will pay the price for their arrogance and conceit, which they have indulged in for years.
They no longer seek victory but are desperately trying to maintain the status quo. Their only hope is to console themselves with at least a draw since their fragile psyche cannot withstand a defeat. But they will have to face the bitter taste of defeat and come to terms with the repercussions of their actions and their outcome. Russia has ruined everything for itself, its people, their children, their respect in the world, their future, and all the wealth given to them, which they have squandered on killing and destruction, without making any improvements to their own lives. They were fixated on revenge and expansion, trying to escape the West’s control and its demands for human rights, thinking they could swim freely. But the bitter reality is that, by distancing themselves from the West, they have fallen into the clutches of China, a fate they are yet to fully comprehend. Russia is too small to play an independent role and cannot be the center of power. This harsh reality is yet to dawn on the Russians. Russia is a medium-sized, underdeveloped country with poor infrastructure and an outdated economy. The people are generally uneducated and unskilled, with a few exceptions. Subjected to oppressive power for over a century, the Russian people have developed a unique and disturbing mentality. Their core values are embodied in two proverbs: “Moscow does not believe in tears” and “Die today, and I will die tomorrow.” Empathy and familial bonds are nonexistent. Compassion and mercy, even towards their loved ones, are considered cowardly, and pity and forgiveness are seen as signs of dementia. The people, as a collective entity, do not exist. Propaganda perpetuates the idea of a great and glorious nation that no longer exists. In essence, the people died on the Stalinist collective farm, even more so than in the war. This is not a situation to be taken lightly, and it is essential to understand the gravity of this catastrophic turn of events.