yeah.. lets invade ukraine in 2014 when vast majority of ukrainians were really convinced the west
was the solution to all their problems
,that there will be prosperity and refrigerators always full and they rich.
You're just making up stuff up to suit your narrative. The protest movement was relatively small considering the population aggregate of Ukraine, and the muscle behind it was even smaller, despite being well funded.
And 2014 didn't require a full blown invasion, much less a special operation of the current magnitude. It required proactive political work with local assets and the legitimate president at that time, to lay the groundwork for "peace keeping" forces that ensures and avoids the violent seizure of power by certain political forces. The usual when your side controls power - play the strong hand. Instead, games were played, and well, Putin and cadre got played. Just cause your mind lacks the creative power to picture how a coup can be prevented doesn't mean there aren't ways to do so. But if you still need guidance see the recent actions of say Belarus, Cuba or Kazakhstan.
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