Top Army Colonel: ‘Puppet’ Zelensky Putting His People At ‘Unnecessary Risk’

by Jamie White

“A neutral Ukraine would be good for us as well for Russia. It would create the buffer that frankly, both sides want. But he’s being told to hang on and trying to drag this out, which is tragic for the people who have to live through this,” says Douglas MacGregor.

“I don’t see anything heroic about the man. And I think the most heroic thing he can do right now is to come to terms with reality.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is a “puppet” who’s putting his people at “unnecessary risk” by dragging out the conflict with Russia, according to retired Army Colonel Douglas MacGregor.

When asked on Fox Business why Russian President Vladimir Putin had targeted the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, MacGregor explained that he wasn’t trying to destroy the station, but was targeting Ukrainian forces who’ve embedded themselves in civilian infrastructure to avoid annihilation.

“What you’re seeing is that the Russians have now driven what’s left of the Ukrainian forces, who are taking refuge in population centers – cities – because they have no mobility, no air defense, no air cover, no logistical infrastructure,” MacGregor said on Friday.

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