World is not ready for Russia's imminent defeat — Ukrainian officer Lapin
Ihor Lapin, a special forces officer, and MP of the VIII convocation, believes that Russia's defeat means that there is no threat from it, and the world has not yet decided who will take control or become the successor to the Russian nuclear arsenal
"Is the world ready for our victory? Yes, it is. Is the world ready for our imminent victory? Yes, it is. Is the world ready for Russia's defeat? Yes, it is. Is the world ready for Russia's imminent defeat? No, it is not. It is not ready because they have not resolved the question of who will be the successor to the nuclear arsenal if the Russian empire loses. And Russia's defeat is not just Putin raising his hands somewhere and saying that we surrender. Russia's defeat is the absence of a threat from it," the Armed Forces officer emphasized.
Ihor Lapin noted that the absence of a threat from the Russian Federation can only be the collapse of this evil empire.
"Will this dissolution of the evil empire happen quickly? No, it will not. Have the Americans and the Chinese resolved all the issues regarding Siberia? No, they have not. Has the Western world decided on the denuclearization (reduction or elimination of nuclear weapons - ed.) of Russia? That is, how this process should take place, how all the nuclear hardware that Russia has accumulated should be brought under control. This has not been resolved. So why do we think that the world will now give us everything to speed up this process, which would then cease to be controlled on the territory of Russia? Unfortunately, the world is not Ukraine-centered," Lapin summarized.
On September 1, Russia's Sarmat strategic missile system was allegedly put on alert. The system fires an intercontinental missile that can carry a nuclear warhead.
September 7 Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker says that if Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine, the West's response will not necessarily be nuclear.