Belarusian Leader Warns that Volodomyr Zelensky Could be Deposed by His Own Military

On September 1, 2022, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko declared that major court intrigue is brewing in Ukraine. Namely, the military and the country’s president, Volodmyr Zelensky, are beginning to butt heads on the way the current conflict with Russia is being conducted. There is growing speculation that the situation could soon turn into a major coup attempt.

“There is a conflict mounting between the president and military. Only military servicemen can say boldly: ‘We must reach an agreement otherwise Ukraine could be wiped off the face of the earth,” Lukashenko said during an open discussion that was aired live on September 1.

Per the Belarusian leader, Ukraine’s future lies not in the hands of “the president, but on the military.”

“They [the military] are getting slaughtered there. They see no prospects. Take a look at Ukraine’s west; the Poles are rubbing their hands, and are already carving up Ukraine’s land,” Lukashenko declared.

He added that “the peak is expected very soon.”

The Belarusian head of state believes that the people of Ukraine “should have their say, because the president has nothing to say.”

Lukashenko believes that it’s strange how “cargoes of foodstuffs and grain are being transported to Europe,” when Ukraine is likely going to experience a food crisis in the near future.

The present Russo-Ukrainian conflict and the massive sanctions war the Collective West launched against Russia has led to major dislocations in grain supplies, which is laying the groundwork for a global food crisis in regions like the Global South.

Since the start of 2022, wheat and corn prices have sharply increased.

According to a TASS report, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov previously stated that the global food crisis started well before Russia launched its military incursion into Ukraine. Instead, Lavrov believes that these agricultural dislocations were caused by the Wuhan virus pandemic and the heavy-handed ways governments in the Collective West responded to the pandemic.

Despite what the corporate press says, Russia is by no means facing a rout in Ukraine. In fact, it’s slowly making gains in Eastern Ukraine. As long as the Collective West continues pumping firearms and monetary aid into Ukraine, Russia will likely continue grinding away at Ukraine and demanding greater territorial concessions.

Now more than ever, realist minds in the West need to step up and find a way to end this disastrous conflict in Ukraine.

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