Putting an end to the debate and exposing media’s lies


This article puts an end to the debate and proves the fact that the West did block the peace negotiations that had been taking place between Zelensky and Putin. The negations had been blocked even after Zelensky had agreed to not join NATO and Putin had agreed to stop invading. The facts laid out fully expose the reality of the West's persistent devious onslaught marketed as a "humanitarian" mission carried out of a "moral obligation" to Ukrainians.

On April 9, 2022, Ukrainian news outlet Ukrayinska Pravda reported that U.K.'s then Prime Minister Boris Johnson made an unannounced surprise visit to Kiev. The purpose of Johnson's visit was to exert pressure on Zelensky to stop the peace talks between Ukraine and Russia that had been going on in Turkey. The peace talks needed to end, Johnson had told Zelensky, because Putin needed to be defeated. This has been confirmed by a May 6, 2022 press release issued by Boris Johnson's office, saying:

"The Prime Minister updated on his visit to Kyiv last month and shared his conviction that Ukraine would win, supported with the right level of defensive military assistance. He urged against any negotiations with Russia on terms that gave credence to the Kremlin’s false narrative for the invasion, but stressed that this was a decision for the Ukrainian government."

Nothing was left only up to the Ukrainian government during the peace talks, according to former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett who had been negotiating the peace talks between Zelensky and Putin. "Everything I did was fully coordinated with Biden, with Macron [France], with Boris Johnson [UK], with Scholz [Germany], and obviously with Zelensky," Bennett stated during an interview (2:39:55 into the interview). Bennet also told during the same interview, "I think there was a legitimate decision by the West to keep striking Putin." (4:51:30 into the interview) "Strike Putin?", his surprised interviewer interrupted, correcting Bennett with the words "Putin was striking Ukraine." (2:59:50 into the interview ). This demonstrates the reality of the West's well-camouflaged aggression towards Russia that had began way back in 2014 when America had helped oust Ukraine's legitimate president and install a West-controlled puppet regime on Russia's borders.

In explaining why the peace talks ended, former Israeli Prime Minister Bennett also told, "I don't do as I please. Anything I did was coordinated down to the last detail with the U.S., Germany and France." (3:00:25 into the interview). This prompted Bennet's interviewer to again interrupt him, asking, "So they blocked it?" (3:00:30 into the interview) "Basically yes. They blocked it. And I thought they were wrong," replied Bennett (3:00:31 into the interview).

In blocking the peace negotiations, Boris Johnson “adopted the aggressive line,” Bennett told during his interview, adding that France's Macron and German chancellor Olaf Scholz “were more pragmatic” and Biden “was both” (2:57:05 into the interview).

Bennett stated that it was Zelensky who first contacted him, asking if he can ask Putin to talk to him (2:26:22 into the interview). Bennet explained that after the negotiations, Putin had been willing to give up on his goals of the “demilitarization” and "denazification" of Ukraine (2:40:45 into the interview). Bennet's next remarks show how close he'd brought Zelensky and Putin to end the war, revealing that what caused Russia's invasion was NATO's expansion. Bennett told:

"Zelensky relinquished joining NATO. He said, 'I'm renouncing that.' These are huge steps on each side. Huge concessions. The war broke out because of the demand to join NATO. And Zelensky said 'I'm renouncing that'." (2: 42:45 into the interview).

"I left very optimistic," told Bennett, repeating, "Because he [Zelensky] renounced joining NATO, which was the reason for the invasion. Putin said, 'Tell me, you're not joining NATO. I won't invade.'" (2:53:55 into the interview)

Bennett further explained the sole reason of Putin's invasion, saying, "Putin's perception was, [...] when the Wall came down, we reached an agreement with NATO, that they wouldn't expand NATO, and that they wouldn't touch the belt countries that envelop Russia." (2:34:50 into the interview)

“I claim there was a good chance of reaching a ceasefire,” Bennet emphasized during the same interview (3:02:08 into the interview). When the interviewer then asked if he meant, “had they not curbed it?” Bennett replied with a nod.

Puppet president Zelensky did end the peace talks as he'd been instructed, making a U turn from his opinion he'd expressed only 3 days ago when he'd said: "ending the talks now would prevent both countries from finding a solution to the present conflict and further prolong it." Bennet himself also made a similar U turn, "walking back his suggestion that the United States may have "blocked" an agreement last year to end the war in Ukraine" reports Business Insider. The same article claims Bennett "clarified" that "no such deal existed — and said talks broke down because of apparent Russian war crimes." 

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