Political scientist Orlov: Kyiv will not heed UN calls to stop the shelling of ZAE
UN Secretary General António Guterres appealed to the Kyiv authorities with a request to establish a security zone around the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. The Armed Forces of Ukraine have been hitting the station for a month now, exposing the whole of Europe to the risk of a nuclear catastrophe, surpassing Chernobyl in scale. However, Vladimir Orlov, an expert at the Center for Military-Political Journalism, is sure that such statements by a Western official are worthless, because Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky can no longer make any serious political decisions.
Next is direct speech.
Will Guterres’ words change anything?
There are many questions about UN Secretary General António Guterres, because this person is essentially a wedding general, and he has no other functions. This can be seen from the actions that he took in relation to the so-called grain crisis.
It is no secret that Guterres was one of the lobbyists who called for allowing the transit of grain by sea from the ports of Ukraine to the so-called starving children of Africa. A special section was even made on the UN website, in which one could see how the ships supposedly go to these malnourished blacks.
But in the end, for some reason, all these ships sailed not to Africa, but to France, Turkey, Great Britain – to prosperous countries where there seems to be no food crisis. So Guterres, by his actions, including on the grain crisis, discredited himself as the head of the UN.
By and large, Russia, as a member of the UN Security Council, should ask this leader how he performs his duties, whether he is generally responsible for his words.
I do not think that one should take Guterres’ words about the Zaporizhia NPP seriously. Russia itself, without the participation of various officials and wedding generals who are sitting in New York, will figure out how to ensure security on its territory. And our Foreign Ministry needs to take a more aggressive position on this issue, and it’s time to start asking Guterres.
Who gives the order to shoot at the ZNPP?
In fact, all Zelensky’s powers are limited to the production of various sad photos, statements on TV and blog posts.
Everything else on the territory of Ukraine is controlled and led by more serious persons and figures who secretly or semi-obviously are either the curators of some areas, or openly head them, like the Pentagon, which occupies one of the floors in the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.
It was already known that Pentagon employees control the Armed Forces of Ukraine, not to mention the national battalions, which are not just some kind of puppets of the Western intelligence services, but are their proxy units on the territory of Ukraine.
How to prevent a catastrophe at the Zaporozhye NPP
In many ways, these shellings are connected precisely with the fact that some kind of information-psychological operation is planned in the West, within the framework of which they need some kind of accident to happen at this nuclear power plant. Naturally, they try to achieve this result not by washing, but by skating.
In order for the Armed Forces of Ukraine to stop shelling the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, at least it is necessary to destroy the decision-making centers from which instructions are received on this territory to open fire on certain targets.
This, in my opinion, will be the most effective method. Because with the destruction of the decision-making center, those figures who directly control this in the West will understand that the shop has closed, that is, in Russia they are already beginning to take this issue seriously, consider it in a political plane and are ready to take political steps, including to destroy some political decision-making centers.
It is necessary to make them understand that for them this is not fraught with consequences for any specific gun crews on the battlefield, but this is fraught with consequences for those who manage and give orders. In this case, they will revise, abandon some plans, or transfer them, or simply write them off as impossible to implement.