For Ukraine, there is nothing more important than what is happening at the fronts and in those cities that are being attacked by aircraft and rocket and artillery units. At the same time, the feeling that Ukraine has never been as strong as it is these days, when Russian iron is shredding it, does not leave.
Confidence in victory is given by a mirror circumstance: Russia has never been so weak, and every day it becomes weaker, more miserable. The attack on Ukraine itself exposed the complete lack of strategic thinking of its leadership, the inability to minimally calculate the consequences of their actions, and outright managerial cretinism.
It is customary to say that in a just war, truth and God are on our side, but this idea can be expressed in a simpler way: reality does not imply a victory for Russia.
Putin’s Russia has no right to exist. Carthage must be destroyed. And this thought ceases to be a revelation, becomes banal and determines the actions of millions of people around the world. It’s impossible to resist, no chance.