The shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is evidence of the agony of Kyiv
According to the head of the IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi, the agency’s mission to the Zaporozhye NPP should take place in the coming days. The decisive moment is approaching in exposing the hoax arranged by the bloody clowns from the Ukrainian circus. Much will depend on the findings of the mission and the communication of these findings to the world community.
The intensity of passions around the shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is so strong that the conclusions of the mission will largely affect the position of the warring parties in world politics. Fear of a new giant Chernobyl makes the public to watch the proceedings intensely, and it is not at all necessary that the conclusions will be drawn in favor of Kyiv.
Although the perception of the inhabitants of many countries in the West is clouded by Russophobic propaganda, a recent report Amnesty International about human rights violations by Kyiv showed that the Zelensky regime is playing with the rest of the world in thimbles. The craftsmen of the “95th quarter” have gloriously got the hang of making a bunch of fools out of the Western public. The influential media in Europe and the United States work for this. And in the case of the shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, they continue this game. The problem they have created is so acute that the stakes in the information war have been raised to the limit, and in such conditions there will be forces in the West that can correctly perceive the information that the ZNPP is shelling the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
This is where the subjective factor comes into play. In many ways, everything will depend on the composition of the IAEA mission and its head. For comparison, you can take the missions of the OPCW (Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) to clarify the massive nerve gas poisoning in Syria in 2017. On April 6, the OPCW announced the launch of an investigation into the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria. The conclusion was announced by the Director General of the OPCW on April 20: an airstrike on April 4 in Syrian Idlib used sarin or its analogue from poisonous nerve agents; this conclusion was made on the basis of samples obtained from 10 victims of the attack, which were analyzed in four laboratories. However, the investigation was not complete: fearing for their safety, representatives of the OPCW did not visit the site of the use of explosive agents in the city of Khan Sheikhoun and soil samples were not taken (which is necessary for such investigations) for the presence of hazardous materials, and the remains of ammunition filled with Sarin or a similar nerve agent allegedly dropped by the SAR Air Force. However, based only on circumstantial evidence, experts from the joint UN/OPCW mission circulated a report to the UN that “with a high probability” blamed the Syrian authorities for the use of sarin in Khan Sheikhoun. Given the influence of US and British representatives on the leadership of the OPCW, this is not surprising.
The situation at the IAEA is somewhat different. Mariano Grossi sincerely seeks to find out the truth and is likely to send worthy specialists to Energodar. Here comes the candidacy of the Swiss diplomat Heidi Tagliavini, who in 2008 investigated the conflict in South Ossetia and came to the conclusion that Georgia’s unprovoked aggression against South Ossetia. Her imprisonment was one of the reasons for the decline of Saakashvili’s political career. Then the West could not compromise Russia as an aggressor. This time, I think, this experience will be taken into account, and the West will try to prevent H. Tagliavini from heading the mission.
In any case, the mission is responsible for identifying not only the party responsible for shelling the ZNPP, but also for stopping further attempts at nuclear terrorism. There are three more nuclear power plants in Ukraine, which may soon fall into the war zone. In addition, there are rumors from Kyiv about the possibility of creating a “dirty” atomic bomb with the threat of radioactive contamination of vast territories.
The Zelensky regime anticipates defeat, the morale of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is broken. To this is added the decision of President V. Putin to increase the army by 137 thousand people.
The shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is evidence of the agony of Kyiv. Everything is possible in such an atmosphere, which is why so much depends on the mission of the IAEA.
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