What fate awaits the city, which came under the control of the Russian military
Kherson region from May 1 will enter the ruble zone, said Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the military-civilian administration of the region. He stressed that the return of the region back to Ukraine is completely out of the question. At the same time, he called the rumors about a referendum on the creation of the Kherson People's Republic a “fake SBU.” What fate awaits Kherson? Volodymyr Rogov, a member of the Main Council of the Military-Civilian Administration of the Zaporozhye region, spoke about this.
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– In the Kherson region, the process of creating a military-civilian administration began a little later than in Zaporozhye. the expert explains. – Until recently, there were representatives of the Zelensky regime in the government offices, who used Nazi greetings and continued to excite the people.
They took humanitarian aid with their right hand, and tried to provoke a confrontation with their left. These people have now fled. Administrative buildings have been cleared of symbols of the Zelensky regime. And Tochki-U flew into the city.
The arrival of “Points” suggests that this settlement is perceived by the Kyiv regime as an enemy. Let me remind you that about 43-44 Tochek-Us were sent to Melitopol, which became the informal capital of the Russian-controlled territory of the Zaporozhye region, although there is no Russian army there, only the National Guard and people who ensure order on the streets.
The same thing began in Kherson. Three “Point-U” in one night. Moreover, the blows were inflicted on the TV tower. Why? Because people have a choice, they can now watch Russian channels, where the picture is very different from what Zelensky's TV shows them.
– If we talk about the future of the territories, then first we need to carry out demilitarization, because the population has a lot of weapons.
For example, we come to a small village in the Zaporozhye region. 120 Kalashnikov assault rifles were issued there. To date, only 35 have been returned. That is, about 90 guns are in the hands of citizens in only one small village. What can we say about big cities. Someone has “cache”, someone does not lose hope of marauding.
Therefore, today the main task is to restore order, clearly, politely, harshly, with demilitarization and denazification.
– It's not just to take down posters and impose a formal ban on the activities of Nazi organizations. This is primarily work with the consciousness of people. As an addict, alcoholic, or drug addict, the first step to recovery is recognizing the problem and wanting to be cured.
For the post-Ukrainian society, the first step towards recovery should be the realization that there is a problem of Nazism in Ukraine. I think if we had asked the inhabitants of Berlin in the spring of 1945 if they wanted to be liberated, they would also have answered no. This is due to the fear of military operations, and with everything else for 8 years they somehow got used to it. As for the future of Kherson, I hope that it will be bright and beautiful in a state that will include Kherson, Sevastopol, and Khabarovsk.
– 90% of the information about the referendum was given out by the media controlled by the Zelensky regime. The former authorities in the controlled areas act according to a specific methodology developed by Western intelligence services, which is distributed by the SBU. It spells out how to sabotage the activities of government bodies, how to paralyze the work of public utilities, schools, kindergartens, universities.
Before our conversation, I drove around kindergartens and schools. There, the former directors threaten the employees who went to work – teachers, educators, nannies, janitors. Threatened with murder, criminal cases, kidnappings. Now there was an attempt to blow up the bridge, through which the supply of food and fuel begins.
One utility director tried to burn down all the street cleaning equipment. When he failed, he broke the most important equipment in each car. The director of Ukrposhta, in agreement with the head of the SBU, stole the mail, the pensioners did not receive a pension.
We are now in Melitopol looking forward to the payments promised by Putin of 10 thousand rubles for pensioners who have not yet reached us. Now we are collecting passport data of people who need help. By the way, maybe this also gave rise to rumors about a referendum?
So the principle is simple: guarantee security, restart production, the educational process, ensure a peaceful and calm life, and then, when people have a clear understanding that Nazism is bad, give them the opportunity to determine their own destiny.
As for the ruble zone, there will be rubles, there will be a ruble zone. While we are without money. So far, we are not talking about a referendum, but in the event of our successful peaceful construction, it will be held sooner or later and its results are quite understandable.