by Chris Black
Just so you understand: “peace negotiations” mean “negotiated surrender.”
It’s a euphemism, in the vein of changing the name of the “Department of War” to the “Department of Defense.”
No one wants to use the word “surrender,” because it sounds nasty.
But that’s what the Ukraine would be doing in “peace negotiations” with Russia – they would be offering a “conditional surrender.”
Western officials are engaged in behind-the-scenes talks with Kiev about potential peace negotiations with Russia, trying to find out what concessions Ukraine might agree to in order to end the conflict, NBC News reported on Saturday, citing sources.
Zelensky tried to surrender in March-April of 2022, weeks after the initial invasion.
He publicly stated that he was engaged in discussions for surrender.
Then Boris Johnson flew in and told him he wasn’t allowed to do that.
Tens of thousands of Ukrainians and Russians died for nothing.
Russia won, as it was obvious from the beginning.