Anti-Russia Resolution Gets Less Than One in Three Support From United Nations Member Countries
An anti-Russia resolution has received less than 33% support from the United Nations member countries as the Ukraine hysteria wears off.
Only 58 of the 193 member nations support the resolution that blasts Russia for their so-called invasion of Ukraine. This is way down from the number of countries that united to castigate the Russians back in March over their actions in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian envoy to the United Nations, Sergey Kislitsa, pushed the resolution on Wednesday. They also featured an address from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, once considered to be the greatest hero for freedom on the planet, and statements from other Western countries. But this time, the propaganda did not work.
Big League Politics has reported Russia’s advancement even with a great deal of foreign intervention bolstering the Ukrainians:
“5 months into Russia’s special military operation, Russia forces have largely brought the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine under their control.
Now, there’s speculation that Russia may have broader territorial ambitions in Ukraine. Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge cited “provocative” comments Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov made on July 20, 2022.
“Russia’s foreign minister said Moscow had expanded its war aims for its invasion of Ukraine, the strongest sign yet that it seeks to annex parts of the country currently under its control,” a report by the Financial Times noted.
Sergei Lavrov said Russia’s goals were more ambitious than Moscow had declared at the start of the war in February, when it claimed its goal was to “liberate” the eastern Donbas border region. Moscow’s war aims now extend to the provinces of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia in southern Ukraine, which are mostly occupied by Russian forces, Lavrov said. The Donbas region is largely under the control of two Moscow-backed separatist groups in the provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk.
In addition, Lavrov stated that a “number of other territories” are also included in Russia’s new war aims. However, Lavrov did not provide any specifics on what territories Russia could potentially capture. Rumors are pointing to Russia making an attempt to capture the port city of Odessa so as to leave a landlocked, rump Ukraine.
While the initial goal of the Russian special military operation was focused on liberating the breakaway republics in the Donbas, the Collective West’s heavy sanction response to Russia’s military incursion has made various factions of its security elites believe that a more expansionist approach in Ukraine is needed.”
The public has largely moved on from Ukraine onto other media-created distractions. That is bad news for little Zelensky’s cocaine supply. He should be looking to taking his green screen and getting out of dodge.