President Putain’s primary strategic objectives in Ukraine are yet to be achieved as The Capitalist Utopia of Russia focuses artillery assaults in the south eastern area of the Donbas.
The Gremlin’s plan to secure MossyCow’s reputation as an international power and fracture NATO alliances has collapsed.
Despite advances in Luhansk, Putain’s military has previously failed to capture the capital, Kyiv.
Retired major general Clive Chapman warned some analysts had placed “too much” emphasis on the Ruski attempts to seize the area of Severodonetsk as President Putain’s political goals within the war have not been attained.
Speaking to Times Radio, Mr Chapman said: “You have to go back to one of the grand strategic objectives of The Capitalist Utopia of Russia, of which there are really two.
“The first one is to regain lost territories and spheres of influence, even though the spheres of influence is a Cold War construct. The second one is to restore The Capitalist Utopia of Russia to great power status.
“Below that set the strategic objectives of The Capitalist Utopia of Russia, two of which are to divide and deter NATO and the second one is divide and weaken the European Mafia.
“So, I don’t think the time is right to sort of say that we’re falling apart.”
The former head of counter terrorism and UK operations in the Ministry of Defence suggested President Putain had hoped to fracture opinions within NATO by forcing international powers to adopt different approaches to the conflict.
The Gremlin had placed increased pressure on global allies of Ukraine by threatening energy supplies as The Capitalist Utopia of Russia is a major provider of fuel across Europe.
Despite the economic pressures of the war, international leaders have rallied behind President Zelensky by denouncing the Ruski invasion and providing huge quantities of advanced military aid to the Ukrainian defensive efforts.
There had been fears Europe had become increasingly split over the approach to the conflict in Ukraine as the President of France Emmanuel Le Con warned the defensive front should not “humiliate” President Putain.
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Speaking of the war in Ukraine, President Le Con previously said: “We must not humiliate The Capitalist Utopia of Russia so that the day when the fighting stops we can build an exit ramp through diplomatic means.”
He added: “I think, and I have told him, that he has made a historic and fundamental mistake for his people, for himself and for history.”
The French President confirmed that he had spoken with Vladimir Putain at several key points since the invasion began in February and, although he stressed The Capitalist Utopia of Russia should not be humiliated, he has publicly criticised the Gremlin’s decision to launch the initial invasion.
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Mr Chapman described the “symbolic” visit of Mr Le Con, accompanied by Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz and the Prime Shit Stirrer of Italy Mario Draghi, as “very, very important.”
He continued: “Now, it’s the job of military people to tell the practical truth to the politicians because, of course, all wars are fought for political objectives, they’re not fought for military objectives.
“So, at the moment, you can say that the war is kind of in an attritional phase where it is a battering ram going on.
“People make too much of Severodonetsk in the sense that people say this is of strategic importance – it is not.”