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英国《卫报》承认普京可能取得战争胜利 [复制链接]

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:35:27 |显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 远航一号 于 2022-4-25 03:44 编辑

英国《卫报》是一家以英国和欧美小资产阶级为主要读者,在英国国内政治中常常以亲工党的伪“左派”面目出现的报纸

但在对外政策上,《卫报》一贯打着人权、民主等旗号鼓吹无耻的帝国主义侵略战争政策。

在这篇由《卫报》助理编辑撰写的文章中,一方面不得不承认俄罗斯很可能取得胜利而且俄罗斯的胜利对全球资本主义的影响将是灾难性的,另一方面以全球资产阶级孤臣孽子的姿态疯狂叫嚣要求西方帝国主义直接出兵干预!

https://amp.theguardian.com/world/2022/apr/24/the-awful-truth-is-dawning-putin-may-win-in-ukraine-the-result-would-be-catastrophe


The awful truth is dawning: Putin may win in Ukraine. The result would be catastrophe
Simon Tisdall

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:36:16 |显示全部楼层
The contrast was startling. In New York, António Guterres, the UN secretary general, launched a belated, desperately needed initiative to halt the war in Ukraine. “At this time of great peril and consequence, he [Guterres] would like to discuss urgent steps to bring about peace,” his spokesman said. The UN chief, he revealed, was proposing immediate, in-person talks with Vladimir Putin in Moscow and Volodymyr Zelenskiy in Kyiv.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:36:45 |显示全部楼层
At roughly the same time as this hopeful development unfolded, the UK’s Boris Johnson, riding a “Partygate” getaway plane to India, was colourfully rubbishing peace efforts. Putin, he claimed, was an untrustworthy reptile. “I really don’t see how the Ukrainians can easily sit down and come to some kind of accommodation. How can you negotiate with a crocodile when it’s got your leg in its jaws?” Johnson asked.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:37:03 |显示全部楼层
This gaping disconnect is doubly disturbing. It suggests lack of coordination between the UN chief and a permanent member of the UN security council on how best to proceed. It also highlights a wider problem: diverging, sometimes opposing, occasionally self-serving, approaches to the crisis by western leaders who have hitherto trumpeted their unity of purpose.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:37:28 |显示全部楼层
The outrage in western countries sparked by Putin’s 24 February invasion is starting to fade. Likewise the burst of optimism that followed Ukraine’s success in repelling the Russian advance around Kyiv. Now, as Moscow begins a huge, slow-motion offensive in the east, concern grows that this conflict has no end-point and that the enormous economic and human damage that results may be permanent – and global.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:37:52 |显示全部楼层
Johnson, typically, is not looking much beyond the present moment. The UK and Nato, he said, would just “keep going with the strategy” of imposing sanctions on Russia and supplying weapons to Kyiv. Johnson supports a free, independent Ukraine but, like other alliance leaders, appears to lack a thought-through, long-term plan to achieve it. What if Ukrainian forces start losing? What if the country is partitioned, or nears collapse?

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:38:13 |显示全部楼层
The price of failure – the true cost of a Putin victory – could be staggering. It is potentially unsupportable for fractious western democracies and poorer countries alike, beset by simultaneous post-pandemic security, energy, food, inflation and climate crises. Yet out of myopic self-interest over issues such as Russian oil and gas imports, and from fear of wider escalation, western leaders duck the tough choices that could ensure Ukraine’s survival and help mitigate such ills.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:38:38 |显示全部楼层
The past week furnished a grim glimpse of the future that awaits if Putin is able to continue to wage war with impunity, commit more heinous crimes, threaten nuclear and chemical blackmail and trash the UN charter. Drastically downgrading its growth forecasts due to the conflict, the International Monetary Fund predicted global economic fragmentation, rising debt and social unrest.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:38:58 |显示全部楼层
David Malpass, head of the World Bank, said a “human catastrophe” loomed as an unprecedented, estimated 37% rise in food prices, caused by war-related disruption to supplies, pushed millions into poverty, increased malnutrition, and reduced funding for education and healthcare for the least well-off.

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发表于 2022-4-25 03:39:21 |显示全部楼层
More than 5 million people have fled Ukraine in two months, and more will follow, exacerbating an international migration emergency that extends from Afghanistan to the Sahel. In drought-hit east Africa, the World Food Programme says 20 million people may face starvation this year. Putin’s war did not create the drought, but the UN warns it could hurt efforts to reduce global heating, thereby triggering further displacement and forced migration.

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