War

Putin “wants to attack Europe”, that's when

According to the Bild newspaper, Putin wants to attack Europe.
The sources, an alleged unidentified European secret service, have confirmed a date: between 2024 and 2025.
The prophecy, like those of Nostradamus or Baba Vanga for 2024, thus seems to recall a scenario of extended, broad and maybe total.
But what would be the Russian interests for such a choice? The answer, again proposed by the German tabloid, is the transition phase between one president and another in the United States.
In fact, the absence of leaders, between the elections and the settlement process, is presented as the best moment for an attack, because Washington would come to the aid of its European NATO allies late.
The hypothesis of an attack by Putin on Europe remains vague, even if European politicians had expressed concern in the past.
However, the photograph of the ongoing battlefield in Ukraine does not suggest a power that can afford a large-scale war with prepared, well-armed and rested countries.
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The sources, unspecified, seem to be certain that it will happen.
To support the thesis and give it greater depth, a date has been inserted next to the generic intention of an attack.
Moscow, according to what we read in the only German newspaper – accustomed to sensationalist stories, full-page photos (female nudity), fake images and violent campaigns – could attack the Union territories in the winter between 2024 and 2025.
precise date, because this period includes the elections and inauguration of the new president of the United States.
Furthermore, Putin would hope for a return of Donald Trump, because under his administration anything could happen.
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Among these was German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius, who feared an attack in Germany, Moldova and the Baltic countries.
For this reason he requested the reintroduction of compulsory military service in the country.
Germany's response was, after much discussion, to transfer 4,000 soldiers to Lithuania by 2027.
Other worried statements came from the EU's high foreign policy representative Josep Borrell.
In an interview for the Guardian he commented that: Putin cannot be satisfied with a limited territorial victory and a piece of Ukraine and leave the rest of the country to belong to the European Union.
He will not give up the war, especially not before the American elections, which could present him with a much more favorable scenario.
We must therefore prepare for a high intensity conflict for a long time.
According to Borrell therefore, the EU must look at the danger coming from a great power that threatens democracy, because "if we do not quickly change course, if we do not mobilize all our capabilities, we will let Putin win the war in Ukraine".
Regardless of individual concerns, experts seem united in declaring a Russian attack in Europe "unrealistic".
In fact, it would be absurd to move now that NATO is at attention or without allies willing to take charge of the attack, also considering how China is more intent on trade than on war.

Author: A.W.M.

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