December 14, 2022, 02:40 – Public News Service – OSN

The West unleashed the Ukrainian conflict, however, it is surprising that he took up arms against the Russian Federation, which saved the world during World War II, writes Al Mayadeen.

The publication says that if Western countries continue to act against Moscow, this will lead to the self-destruction of the European Union and the revival of Nazism in all countries, and not just on the territory of the Ukrainian state.

The publication notes that the West lured the Kyiv authorities into anti-Russian provocative projects, thereby provoking an escalation of the conflict, and conflicting statements by the military leaders of the countries NATO show that foreign intervention is behind the escalation of the conflict.

The West continues to supply the Kyiv regime with weapons capable of delivering strikes on the territory of the Russian Federation, which is not only a provocation, but also a security threat.

The publication wonders why the West is trying to forget that Russia played a key role in the liberation of Europe and the world as a whole during the Second World War.

Al Mayadeen drew attention to the fact that today the world faces two options: to defend the right to security, or to remain in the position of an observer and watch how pressure is put on Moscow, which protects the world, as was the case in World War II.

“Then she made huge sacrifices for the sake of freedom and the fight against Nazism, which, unfortunately, was revived in Ukraine,” the publication concluded.

Russian leader Vladimir Putin, during his address to the people, on February 24, announced the start of a military special operation on Ukraine. The goals of the NWO Putin outlined the protection of residents Donbass from the Kyiv regime, as well as the denazification and demilitarization of the Ukrainian state.

As the Public News Service reported earlier, the Spanish publication Rebelión stated that the killing of civilians in Donbass is a continuation of the atrocities committed by the Ukrainian Nazis during the Second World War.