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Russian troops are running away ‘s**t scared’ as the war is lost which could now make Putin at ‘his most dangerous’

by Mark Fitt Political Journalist
13th Sep 22 11:19 am

Putin is now realising that he lost the war in Ukraine, which will could now make the Russian leader at his “most dangerous.”

Ukrainian Forces are delivering a powerful counterattack against Russian troops and they have liberated thousands of square kilometres of their territory in Kharkiv Oblast.

Vladimir Putin’s troops are dumping their weapons are running “s**t scared” to escape Ukrainian forces.

During a panicked retreat they left behind all their weaponry knowing that they literally had “hours” to escape or be killed, wounded or captured.

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Putin’s invasion has now catastrophically collapsed as Ukrainian forces have pushed the Russians back from the front line to nearly 30 kilometres to the Russian border.

The West and the Ukraine have been warned that this could now make Putin at his “most dangerous” because he has realised he has lost the war.

Tatiana Stanovaya wrote in the New York Times, “Everything is going according to plan. That’s the line from President Vladimir Putin.

“But senior Kremlin officials keep repeating that Russia, gaining the upper hand in Ukraine’s east, will achieve all its goals.”

“That might seem hard to believe,” Stanovaya added, “But it’s what the Kremlin seems to believe.”

Stanovaya said that Putin will “face reality” sooner or later, “It is in that moment, when his plans are stymied and his disappointment high, that he is likely to be most dangerous,” she warned.

She added, “For the West to avoid a catastrophic clash, it needs to truly understand what it’s really dealing with when it comes to Mr. Putin.”

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