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5 reasons you should NEVER marry a Russian woman

Don’t get involved with a Russian woman, if you are not ready for this.

Anna Lutskova

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1. She will treat you like a king.

If a Russian woman truly loves her man, she kind of puts him on a pedestal. This is because Russian women value themselves: if she is the queen, she would only choose the king and treat him like the king – with respect, care, love, and support. So if you end up marrying a Russian woman, she will be telling everyone that you are the best person on the planet, the most talented, the strongest, the smartest – and she will be sincere about that.

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2. She will never leave you. 

A Russian woman will be your partner, your best friend, your advisor, your doctor if you are sick, and she will always be by your side. For Russian women, loyalty means following their loved ones to the ends of the world and staying together through thick and thin. The best example of loyalty of Russian women is from the 19th century, when there was a riot against the Tsar, and Decembrists – the aristocrats who participated in that riot – were sentenced for a lifelong exile and hard labor in Siberia. Their wives left everything behind, followed them voluntarily to cold deserted lands, and shared the punishment of their husbands, for years living in inexplicable conditions. Surprised? Well, this is just how Russian women love: unconditionally and self-forgetfully. So if you think loyalty is unnecessary and boring, don’t marry a Russian woman.

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3. She will feed you. A LOT.

You can be sure that when you come home after a long working day, a tasty dinner is already waiting for you. ALWAYS. This is because for many Russian women, cooking is a way to show their love. Russian girls learn the art of cooking and housekeeping from their mothers and grandmothers, who teach them the age-old family recipes that are passed from generation to generation. By the way, in a Russian home, ‘a meal’ usually means three separate dishes. So if you do marry a Russian woman, make sure you always come home hungry and not late for dinner!

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4. She will want babies.

Most Russian women believe that their main purpose in life is to become a wife, give birth to a child, and devote her life to her family. This is genetic: Slavic girls are psychologically ready to become mothers as soon as they get married. Traditional Russian family is incomplete without kids, and Russian women can’t understand why Western women consciously choose not to give birth to a child. Although many Russian females also have careers, when it comes to starting a family, they will sacrifice their jobs, because for them, no professional accomplishment can be more important than the moments spent with the family. So if you marry a Russian woman, there is a high chance that at some point she will tell you she wants a baby from you.

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5. She is too beautiful.

For sure you have heard about famous Slavic beauty, which has charmed so many men from different corners of the world. The dedication that Russian women have to look beautiful is just scary. They have to look amazing whether they are going to the theatre or taking the dog for a walk. So if you can’t stand other men looking admiringly at your wife, don’t marry a Russian woman.

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You have been warned…

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Woo Fee

Except for No 3 and 5-its all about me:). To be honest, I hate cooking and only do it because of No 1 (yes, my man is the best and does not deserve to survive on take aways). As well mother nature decided to take a break when it came to giving me physical attractiveness. But after all I am only quarter Russian.

Woodshedding
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Woodshedding

How’s that beauty after the first (of many) children?

Helen B
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Helen B

Babushka.

Doug Brown
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Doug Brown

comment reflects lack of understanding as to what true love really means.

Vtran
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Vtran

Absolutely ,,, And Am Married to a Russian Woman !

Woodshedding
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Woodshedding

I agree. But/and the lack of understanding begins, I believe, when the article implies it’s important in the first place for a woman to be beautiful in order to be desirable. Hence my sardonicism.

ShermanRMcCoy
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ShermanRMcCoy

She gets more beautiful every year. The article overdoes it a bit, but in general is accurate.

Major-Aslam Bhatti
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Major-Aslam Bhatti

If this all is true,would love to have one.

Sml Cbn Raelian
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Sml Cbn Raelian

Why didn’t you publish this article seventeen years ago, I was single then………….married an Asian doll, they are very similar in their family life, at that time 1967, I tried to go to your country but it was not possible ……political reasons. I am happy things have change in Russia for the better, i love you all. ps.specially your press secretary “maria” Zakharova, she is a good dancer.

mlnw
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mlnw

Hear, hear for Maria Zakharova. She is is superb, and has made all of the idiot women in the Obama Administration, including the State Department Press office (Psaki, Harf, etc.) look like the unprofessional self indulgent doggies they are. It’s not that there are not competent women here – take Tulsi Gabbard , for instance- it’s that they are marginalized.

Sml Cbn Raelian
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Sml Cbn Raelian

You are so right.

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

Cosign

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

Really? Why even pretend your talking about women, you are talking about politics.

tapatio
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tapatio

Marriage/Politics………..what’s the difference?

CumExApostolatus
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CumExApostolatus

This simply is a description of a traditional woman (lady) who models herself on the Western (dare I say, Christian) ideal, which means it isn’t particular to Russians.

Dan Kuhn
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Dan Kuhn

I am 76 years of age. I was married three times to canadian women. I am now on my forth marriage. Some 25 years ago I came to Colombia, S. A. there I met a Colombian lady and married her. We have been together now for 21 years. Everything you say about Russian women applies to her. She is non confrontational but always gets things she wants and how she wants them. Good cook, Best mother I have ever seen. In my opinion she is perfect. She is not model worthy good looking, but believe me after 21 years of… Read more »

Im Ug
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Im Ug

One should also stay away from Korean ones as they are the same as North American ones if not much worse.

Ben Kenobi
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Ben Kenobi

Hear hear! Having been married to a California girl, and now to a Russian woman, you’re right about staying away from NA women!

Tim Webb
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Tim Webb

So what’s wrong with a tattooed piss artist who spends most of her time talking about trivia with her friends, and the rest of the time in front of the mirror applying her war paint and then going out and screwing as many guys as she can find before aborting any resulting babies and going on antidepressants and getting fat as a result?
Isn’t this the western ideal?

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

Stereotype much?

Tim Webb
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Tim Webb

I see you have never been on a girls’ night out.

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

No, you don’t see clearly at all, when high school girls are asked in Moscow, what they want to be when they grow up, the number one answer is hard currency prostitute. Your leader recently said that Russian prostitutes are best in the world. Western women are allowed to enjoy sex, just as men do, and strong men are not intimidated by this. A girls night out differs from a guy’s night out, in that men such as you, only talk about having sex, and lie, where women make things happen, without feeling the need to get paid.

Tim Webb
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Tim Webb

I’ll put all that into Google Translate, and see what I come up with.

Dan Kuhn
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Dan Kuhn

I forgot to add one thing. Before you do actually walk down the isle with your canadian or american wife to be consider this, Just give her a house , a car, half your income and forget the marriage. that way you will save the legal fees and all that hassle.

Doug Brown
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Doug Brown

This is like a strong drug. Deeply healing. In america women hate men, seeing them as oppressors, essential slavers, demented, backward, etc.
This article about Russian women is why Russia wins.
Very beautiful.

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

The cold war is over, this should not be a competition… Russian women don’t get taller because you want to knock American girls down.

Doug Brown
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Doug Brown

No one is knocking American women. I am saying that, other than Amish, Mennonite, and some Catholic girls, American women: *will not cook, (they hate to cook) Microwave, or take-out, only. *will not clean house. “Who do you think I am?” they say. *do laundry very reluctantly. *hate babies. Read: abortion is cheap and easy. *detest the word “mom.” Makes the shudder with horror. These are just simple facts. Do with it what you will. Motherhood in America is now viewed as an act of overt slavery, a forcible exercise in repression, male chauvinism at it’s worst, certainly not something… Read more »

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XRGRSF

I’ve been married to a Brit for 38 years. Last year her illness forced me to retire from a very lucrative position, as a managing engineer, to care for her. Yesterday, while living comfortably on my retirement package, she was bitching because I wasn’t making enough money. That was a wake up call that I wish I had received 38 years ago. A man who has a good wife is blessed by God. If a man is so blessed he must then be worthy.

ArchEcoTech
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ArchEcoTech

Been married for 5 years to a Russian gal, wish it had been a lot earlier in life. But I got to be honest I probably would have gotten myself in a lot of trouble when I was younger. Russian women are absolutely beautiful, down to earth, sweet, loving, and a whole lot more. Glad I’ve been blessed with the best.

RussG
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RussG

Do you think a full blood transfusion from Russia women would work to transform Canadian women? Just a thought.

Suzanne Giraud
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Suzanne Giraud

wouldn’t work – it is a soul-full difference – like whole-being

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

I won’t argue with you, except to say that the Canadian could come to Los Angeles and meet Russian women here.

G. H. Schorel-Hlavka
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G. H. Schorel-Hlavka

I married a Slav, just not Russian. She told me days ago that she doesn’t tell me she loves me because she expresses this in cooking. OK we only got married about 16 years ago and so nice to discover what she is on about. And she told me this because she is worried about dying (she is 84) and doesn’t want to leave me with the impression she didn’t love me because she never said so. But for most of the article about Russian women much applies to her. And she is fluent in the Russian language and always… Read more »

Neil
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Neil

Russian women are the most naturally beautiful-looking in the world, in my opinion.

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

Beautiful women, I think so too.

Im Ug
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Im Ug

They get old quickly and Russian is almost impossible to learn.

dckhead_con_artist
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dckhead_con_artist

Once they get that green card they act no different than American trash . They are also materialistic . Many Russian whores in Dubai . AWALT

Manimal
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Manimal

Many world whores in Dubai }:-).

Ben Kenobi
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Ben Kenobi

Thank you for this lovely piece. You may want to add that she is very very protective of her children!

Charles Campbell
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Charles Campbell

I was in the Navy for 21 years and one observation I made involving foreign wives, if they are hell bent to get out of their counrty then you are probably better off passing. The best I always thought were the Japanese as most guys I knew said there wives were always wanting them to back to Japan. Many did and I know of at least case where the gal just got fed up and headed back. I have always thought if you want a foreign bride , live in her country and come back to visit , your homeland.… Read more »

Jim Sprake
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Jim Sprake

Russian women are pretty and can be quite skilled, the city girls are looking for a man with money, I am not mad at them, but don’t expect an old fashioned girl.

Shahna
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LOL…. I know of only one…

Sometime back I saw a dash cam vid…
A Russian woman, (neat pretty little blonde thing – but don’t be fooled) tried to drive round a road block to take a short cut. A cop stopped her. So she got out her car, gave him one mountain of a mouthful, smacked him and then got back in her car and continued down her short cut. Cop stood there stunned.

You don’t mess with women like that.

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Don’t Laugh : It’s Giving Putin What He Wants

The fact of the matter is that humorous lampooning of western establishment Russia narratives writes itself.

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The BBC has published an article titled “How Putin’s Russia turned humour into a weapon” about the Kremlin’s latest addition to its horrifying deadly hybrid warfare arsenal: comedy.

The article is authored by Olga Robinson, whom the BBC, unhindered by any trace of self-awareness, has titled “Senior Journalist (Disinformation)”. Robinson demonstrates the qualifications and acumen which earned her that title by warning the BBC’s audience that the Kremlin has been using humor to dismiss and ridicule accusations that have been leveled against it by western governments, a “form of trolling” that she reports is designed to “deliberately lower the level of discussion”.

“Russia’s move towards using humour to influence its campaigns is a relatively recent phenomenon,” Robinson explains, without speculating as to why Russians might have suddenly begun laughing at their western accusers. She gives no consideration to the possibility that the tightly knit alliance of western nations who suddenly began hysterically shrieking about Russia two years ago have simply gotten much more ridiculous and easier to make fun of during that time.

Couldn’t possibly have anything to do with the emergence of a demented media environment wherein everything around the world from French protests to American culture wars to British discontent with the European Union gets blamed on Russia without any facts or evidence. Wherein BBC reporters now correct guests and caution them against voicing skepticism of anti-Russia narratives because the UK is in “an information war” with that nation. Wherein the same cable news Russiagate pundit can claim that both Rex Tillerson’s hiring and his later firing were the result of a Russian conspiracy to benefit the Kremlin. Wherein mainstream outlets can circulate blatantly false information about Julian Assange and unnamed “Russians” and then blame the falseness of that reporting on Russian disinformation. Wherein Pokemon Go, cutesy Facebook memes and $4,700 in Google ads are sincerely cited as methods by which Hillary Clinton’s $1.2 billion presidential campaign was outdone. Wherein conspiracy theories that Putin has infiltrated the highest levels of the US government have been blaring on mainstream headline news for two years with absolutely nothing to show for it to this day.

Nope, the only possibility is that the Kremlin suddenly figured out that humor is a thing.

The fact of the matter is that humorous lampooning of western establishment Russia narratives writes itself. The hypocrisy is so cartoonish, the emotions are so breathlessly over-the-top, the stories so riddled with plot holes and the agendas underlying them so glaringly obvious that they translate very easily into laughs. I myself recently authored a satire piece that a lot of people loved and which got picked up by numerous alternative media outlets, and all I did was write down all the various escalations this administration has made against Russia as though they were commands being given to Trump by Putin. It was extremely easy to write, and it was pretty damn funny if I do say so myself. And it didn’t take any Kremlin rubles or dezinformatsiya from St Petersburg to figure out how to write it.

“Ben Nimmo, an Atlantic Council researcher on Russian disinformation, told the BBC that attempts to create funny memes were part of the strategy as ‘disinformation for the information age’,” the article warns. Nimmo, ironically, is himself intimately involved with the British domestic disinformation firm Integrity Initiative, whose shady government-sponsored psyops against the Labour Party have sparked a national scandal that is likely far from reaching peak intensity.

“Most comedy programmes on Russian state television these days are anodyne affairs which either do not touch on political topics, or direct humour at the Kremlin’s perceived enemies abroad,” Robinson writes, which I found funny since I’d just recently read an excellent essay by Michael Tracey titled “Why has late night swapped laughs for lusting after Mueller?”

“If the late night ‘comedy’ of the Trump era has something resembling a ‘message,’ it’s that large segments of the nation’s liberal TV viewership are nervously tracking every Russia development with a passion that cannot be conducive to mental health – or for that matter, political efficacy,” Tracey writes, documenting numerous examples of the ways late night comedy now has audiences cheering for a US intelligence insider and Bush appointee instead of challenging power-serving media orthodoxies as programs like The Daily Show once did.

If you wanted the opposite of “anodyne affairs”, it would be comedians ridiculing the way all the establishment talking heads are manipulating their audiences into supporting the US intelligence community and FBI insiders. It would be excoriating the media environment in which unfathomably powerful world-dominating government agencies are subject to less scrutiny and criticism than a man trapped in an embassy who published inconvenient facts about those agencies. It certainly wouldn’t be the cast of Saturday Night Live singing “All I Want for Christmas Is You” to a framed portrait if Robert Mueller wearing a Santa hat. It doesn’t get much more anodyne than that.

Russia makes fun of western establishment narratives about it because those narratives are so incredibly easy to make fun of that they are essentially asking for it, and the nerdy way empire loyalists are suddenly crying victim about it is itself more comedy. When Guardian writer Carole Cadwalladr began insinuating that RT covering standard newsworthy people like Julian Assange and Nigel Farage was a conspiracy to “boost” those people for the advancement of Russian agendas instead of a news outlet doing the thing that news reporting is, RT rightly made fun of her for it. Cadwalladr reacted to RT’s mockery with a claim that she was a victim of “attacks”, instead of the recipient of perfectly justified ridicule for circulating an intensely moronic conspiracy theory.

Ah well. People are nuts and we’re hurtling toward a direct confrontation with a nuclear superpower. Sometimes there’s nothing else to do but laugh. As Wavy Gravy said, “Keep your sense of humor, my friend; if you don’t have a sense of humor it just isn’t funny anymore.”

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EU’s ‘toothless’ response to creation of Kosovo army risks worsening the crisis – Moscow

Russia’s ambassador to the UN said that the EU could have and should have done more to stop the breakaway region from creating its own army.

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The creation of Kosovo’s own 5,000-strong army is a threat to peace and security in a turbulent region and may lead to a new escalation, Russia’s UN envoy has warned, calling the EU’s lackluster response irresponsible.

Speaking at the UN Security Council emergency meeting on Kosovo, Russia’s ambassador to the UN Vassily Nebenzya said that the EU could have and should have done more to stop the breakaway region from creating its own army to replace its lightly armed emergency response force.

“The EU reaction to the decision by Pristina cannot be described as other than toothless. This irresponsible policy has crossed the line,” Nebenzya said, after the UNSC meeting on Monday.

The diplomat said the lack of decisive action on the part of the 28-member bloc was a “great disappointment,” adding that the EU seems to “have turned a blind eye on the illegal creation of Kosovo’s ‘army.’”

The law, approved by Kosovo lawmakers on Friday, paves the way for doubling the size of the current Kosovo Security Force and for turning it into a de facto army, with 5,000 soldiers and 3,000 reservists.

The move did not go down well even with Kosovo’s usual backers, with both NATO and the EU voicing their indignation. NATO’s General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg called the decision “ill-timed” and lamented that Kosovo’s authorities had ignored “the concerns expressed by NATO.”

The EU’s top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, has echoed those concerns, saying in a statement that the mandate of Kosovo’s forces “should only be changed through an inclusive and gradual process” in accordance with the state’s constitution.

The only nation to openly applaud the controversial move was the US, with its ambassador to Kosovo, Phillip Kosnett, saying that Washington “reaffirms its support” for the upgrade as it is “only natural for Kosovo as a sovereign, independent country” to have a full-fledged army.

The Kosovo MPs’ decision has drawn anger in the Serbian capital Belgrade and provoked a strong response from Moscow, which calledon the UN mission in Kosovo to demilitarize the area in accordance with UNSC resolution 1244, and to disband any armed units.

Nebenzya pointed out that the UN resolution does not allow any Kosovo Albanian military units to be present in the region’s territory. He accused Western countries, including members of the NATO-led international peacekeeping force (KFOR), of “condoning and supporting” the violation by Pristina of the resolution.

It is feared that the army, though a relatively small force, might inflame tensions in the region and impede attempts at reconciliation between Pristina and Belgrade. Serbia has warned that it might consider an armed intervention if the army becomes a threat to the 120,000-strong Serb minority in Kosovo.

“The advance of Kosovo’s army presents a threat to the peace and security in the region, which may lead to the recurrence of the armed conflict,” Nebenzya stated.

In addition to creating its own army, Kosovo in November hit Serbia with a 100 percent import tariff on goods, defying calls by the US and the EU to roll the measure back.

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Ukraine’s President Says “High” Threat Of Russian Invasion, Urges NATO Entry In Next 5 Years

Poroshenko is trying desperately to hold on to power, even if it means provoking Russia.

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Perhaps still seeking to justify imposing martial law over broad swathes of his country, and attempting to keep international pressure and media focus on a narrative of “Russian aggression,” Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko denounced what he called the high “threat of Russian invasion” during a press conference on Sunday, according to Bloomberg.

Though what some analysts expected would be a rapid flair up of tit-for-tat incidents following the late November Kerch Strait seizure of three Ukrainian vessels and their crew by the Russian Navy has gone somewhat quiet, with no further major incident to follow, Poroshenko has continued to signal to the West that Russia could invade at any moment.

“The lion’s share of Russian troops remain” along the Russian border with Ukraine, Poroshenko told journalists at a press conference in the capital, Kiev. “Unfortunately, less than 10 percent were withdrawn,” he said, and added: “As of now, the threat of Russian troops invading remains. We have to be ready for this, we won’t allow a repeat of 2014.”

Poroshenko, who declared martial law on Nov. 26, citing at the time possible imminent “full-scale war with Russia” and Russian tank and troop build-up, on Sunday noted that he will end martial law on Dec. 26 and the temporarily suspended presidential campaign will kick off should there be no Russian invasion. He also previously banned all Russian males ages 16-60 from entering Ukraine as part of implementation of 30 days of martial law over ten provinces, though it’s unclear if this policy will be rescinded.

During his remarks, the Ukrainian president said his country should push to join NATO and the EU within the next five years, per Bloomberg:

While declining to announce whether he will seek a second term in the office, Poroshenko said that Ukraine should achieve peace, overcome the consequences of its economic crisis and to meet criteria to join the EU and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization during next five years.

But concerning both his retaining power and his ongoing “threat exaggeration” — there’s even widespread domestic acknowledgement that the two are clearly linked.

According to The Globe and Mail:

While Mr. Poroshenko’s domestic rivals accuse him of exaggerating the threat in order to boost his own flagging political fortunes — polls suggest Mr. Poroshenko is on track to lose his job in a March election — military experts say there are reasons to take the Ukrainian president’s warning seriously.

As we observed previously, while European officials have urged both sides to exercise restraint, the incident shows just how easily Russia and the West could be drawn into a military conflict over Ukraine.

Certainly Poroshenko’s words appear designed to telegraph just such an outcome, which would keep him in power as a war-time president, hasten more and massive western military support and aid, and quicken his country’s entry into NATO — the latter which is already treating Ukraine as a de facto strategic outpost.

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