The first son Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba has finally come out to air his views on the Russian and Ukrainian war. Muhoozi said that Russia is absolutely right to attack Ukraine. This war which has been ongoing for a number of days has sparked off widespread criticism for the parties involved directly and indirectly but more especially for Russia.
Most countries especially the West and pro-West have come out to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a sovereign state. However, according to Muhoozi, the majority especially non-whites support Russia’s invasion.
Muhoozi added that Putin is absolutely right to attack Ukraine. Muhoozi’s reason was just the same as that given by Russian apologists and sympathizers. This is due to the fact that when the USSR put missiles in Cuba in the Cold War era, the West was ready to go to war with the Soviet Union. Russia however agreed to withdraw these missiles in order to de-escalate the situation.
And when the West (NATO) is planning to do the same which would endanger Russia’s security, everyone is blaming Russia for aggression.
“The majority of mankind (that are non-white) support Russia’s stand in Ukraine. Putin is absolutely right! When the USSR parked nuclear-armed missiles in Cuba in 1962 the West was ready to blow up the world over it. Now when NATO does the same they expect Russia to do,” Muhoozi expressed his support for Russia and Putin.
A number of sanctions and condemnations have continued to rain on Russia. These are majorly from the West and big monetary Organizations. They feel that crippling Russia’s economy will somehow bring Putin to his knees and give in.
He however seems not yet ready to bow to anyone’s pressure as he continues to make advances inside Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy had earlier on revealed that NATO countries had failed to answer him directly. This was in regards to whether Ukraine will be admitted into NATO and when.
The situation remains tense for now as Ukraine hasn’t yet consented to talks with Russia.Add your comments: Download Our News App Here