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WHEN IT'S COLD OUTSIDE, NIGHTS ARE LOUD AND THERE IS AN ACUTE SHORTAGE OF SUNLIGHT

WHAT IS WORTH KEEPING IN MIND

The wave of fatigue is natural, but it is just a wave in a big sea.

The political climate is fluid in the West and East, South and North, but Ukraine's strategic goals are unchanged.

Sentiments may fluctuate, but the desire for freedom and hatred of muscovy will still prevail. Ukrainians may be tired, but not so much that they cannot find the strength to continue to destroy the occupation mould.

The laws of market and demand have not been cancelled, so negative information is always better "sold".

WHAT LEST WE FORGET

If we paid attention to everything that was and is predicted for us, we would have ceased to exist long ago.

The West may be indecisive and slow, but it is Ukraine's only value-based ally. The war gives Western democracies a vital chance to renew themselves with the energy of change, to stop the corrosion of morality that is (was) being generously fuelled by russia.

IT'S ALL HAPPENED ALREADY and will happen again information swings from optimism to pessimism, along with weather, military or electoral fluctuations...

At first, a certain group of politicians, experts and media outlets said that russia was a civilised country, and that the gas business with it was the bedrock of the economy and European prosperity. Then they predicted that Ukraine would surrender in a matter of days. When the situation changed, and the situation changed with it, it was decided that it was now possible to write about at least reaching the demarcation line as of 24 February 2022.

At the same time, the need for air superiority was "forgotten", as well as the required number of air defence systems, the lack of long-range weapons, and that precious time was spent discussing whether Ukraine needed tanks...

Now we are witnessing the other extreme if Ukrainian tanks are not in moscow, we should talk about reducing aid, "freezing", stopping, "Koreanising" or "Finlandising" the war, and then returning to the "normal" status of not irritating the nuclear monster.

WHAT SHOULD BE DONE IS: be calm and focused, steadfast and consistent, believe in the victory and righteousness of our war, not betray principles and, most importantly, never believe moscow but rather believe in the justice of power and truth, which is on our side in this case.

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