by Chris Black
In a very recent interview, Ukrainian Marine Corps commander Nikoli Burokov, the commander who surrendered his entire Battalion in Mariupol, just admitted that the population of the city “was negatively disposed towards the armed forces of the Ukraine.”
He said he has no regrets about the surrender of over 1,000 marines, because he was able to keep his men alive, and there was no reason to die in a battle for people who don’t even support him.
⚡⚡⚡Commander of Ukraine’s 501st Battalion says he ‘doesn’t regret’ surrendering in #Mariupol, admitting point blank:
“the local population was negatively disposed towards the Armed Forces of Ukraine”#Donbass ⚡ ⚡ ⚡ pic.twitter.com/0FXJfHMVjH
— ILRUSSO🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺 (@ILRUSSO1) April 18, 2022
This is a little bit different from the current narrative concocted by Western media, isn’t it?
Residents of #Mariupol tell how #Ukrainian troops took civilians hostage. “They fought purely with civilians and smashed houses. There were no soldiers here .. These are natural fascists! Worse than the fascists… This is #Azov!” says Sergei. Source: t.co/VrzZieAZa6 pic.twitter.com/gmRbdYnL8v
— tim anderson (@timand2037) April 15, 2022
The massive Ukrainian surrender in Mariupol was kept very hush-hush by the American media, which is still claiming that the Ukraine is somehow winning the war.
Ukraine’s prime minister bragged over the weekend that his army will fight to the last man in Mariupol.
Watch: #Ukraine’s prime minister says that the strategic port city of #Mariupol “has not fallen,” adding that the encircled forces defending the city from #Russian attack will “fight to the end.”#UkraineRussiaWart.co/e7MR2FExMR pic.twitter.com/2cmJPZEZ64
— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) April 18, 2022
It’s funny to watch these redditors and other Marvel Comics fans slowly begin to realize that the war is lost.
I'm in touch with one of the last defenders of Mariupol. He's wounded. After Bucha massacre, he says, "surrender is not an option." He feels their stand accomplished its mission. They tied up so much Russian firepower it gave other cities a chance to survive.
— Simon Shuster (@shustry) April 17, 2022