Mark Feygin On AFU Possible Strike Against Russian Units In Belarus: Ready Or Not, They’re Coming To Get You

In the event of a second invasion, the Ukrainian army is ready to strike back

18.11.2022

Blogger and Russian oppositionist Mark Feygin spoke about the retaliatory strike that the Ukrainian army is ready to deliver in the event of a second invasion.

“The Belarusian side, by the way, declares with indignation that the Ukrainians are mining the border, blowing up bridges. And, in fact, what else should they do if there is a threat of invasion?” Feigin poses a logical question on the air of the Vlast&Vlashchenko channel. And there is a threat, it is not gone anywhere.

I still tend to think that the Belarusian Armed Forces will not take part in the war.

But what I am absolutely convinced of is that if an attempt is made to cross the border, the territory of Belarus will definitely be shelled. It will fall under the same fire as the occupied territories of Ukraine are now falling.

Belarus should be aware of this, but I think that Lukashenka no longer influences anything, so he cannot be trusted. Belarus is a territory occupied by Russia. Maybe the Belarusian ruler would like to get rid of them, but it’s too late.”

The blogger believes that due to close cooperation with the Russian military, the Belarusian army is under threat.

“Even if it is possible to agree that the Armed Forces of Belarus would not take part in the Russian campaign against Volyn or Kyiv (I don’t know which direction they will choose), retaliatory actions still cannot be avoided.

All the wonderful arguments about the closeness of the Belarusian and Ukrainian peoples have ended. Of course, the Belarusian people must be protected, but they must be protected from Lukashenka, not from Ukraine.

And when the Belarusian military leaders say: we have never posed any danger to Ukraine, one would like to ask: what happened on February 24 — a bike ride? In this sense, Belarusian officials resemble Russian ones.

I am sure that serious forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have been assembled on the border with Belarus, and nothing good awaits not only Russian troops, but also Belarusian ones. They may suffer, since, as I understand it, they have common places of deployment — the Russian military and the Armed Forces of Belarus.

Perhaps these are some units on the territory of Belarus, formations where the Belarusians themselves are located. And then, ready or not, I’m coming to get you. I think they understand this,” Feygin warns.

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3 comments

  1. “The Belarusian side, by the way, declares with indignation that the Ukrainians are mining the border, blowing up bridges. And, in fact, what else should they do if there is a threat of invasion?”

    The loony regime is as moronic as the one in the Kremlin. Of course, Ukraine will do whatever it can to hinder another invasion from Belarusian territory. They seem to be angry that they won’t have a walk in the park the next time? No, it won’t. It will be far deadlier!

    “…Lukashenka no longer influences anything, so he cannot be trusted. Belarus is a territory occupied by Russia. Maybe the Belarusian ruler would like to get rid of them, but it’s too late.”

    No, Luka is not in control anymore – not really. I’m positive that he knows that he’d be much better off to be rid of the Moscow rat.

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  2. Yes, I think that judiciously approaching this with tactical deployment of mines and a good amount of patrolling forces around the Ukrainian/Belarusian border, is the right move. You want them to know that belarus adding itself to the invasion on russia’s side, is going to be a disaster for the belarusians, while Ukraine doesn’t want to waste too much resources against the lesser threat. Ironically, napoleon thought he could take on russia, but failed because his resources weren’t capable of handling the terrain and climate. Ukraine can, at least for defense, and it’s economy was better than russia’s to begin with, so I think that’s reflected in better equipment. In addition, Ukraine’s receiving assistance and more equipment from other countries. Ukraine WILL win.

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