It is written in the Gospel of Matthew that ‘a house divided cannot stand’ – not that the Nazi-friendly Ukrainian regime would care very much about that.
But the never-ending conflict between President Volodymyr Zelensky and Commander in Chief General Valery Zaluzhny is certainly worsening the already dire situation of the Kiev regime in the war against Russia.
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The situation evolved from a simmer to a boil in the last few weeks, and now media outlets all over the world are predicting Zaluzhny will be fired at any moment by his foe Zelensky.
Not only that, but WaPo has come out with a report that states that Ukraine has already ‘informed the White House that President Volodymyr Zelensky has decided to fire his top military commander, Gen. Valery Zaluzhny’.
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The paper rightfully notes that it would be ‘the most consequential personnel shake-up of the war’.
But we can also add that, just three months after the start of the war, Russian President Vladimir Putin changed his top troop commander, substituting Sergei Surovkin with Valery Gerasimov – so a change isn’t necessarily bad.
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White House officials reportedly did not support or object to the decision.
Washington Post reported:
“Zelensky has yet to issue a formal decree announcing the ouster of Zaluzhny, and it is uncertain when that might happen. The advance notice to Washington, which has not been previously reported, reflects the influential
Source: The Gateway Pundit