Zelensky AS A VILLAIN FOR UKRAINE
So let’s start from the beginning , why this war even started . Putin’s initial aim was to overrun Ukraine and depose its government, ending for good its desire to join the Western defensive alliance NATO.
To be specific , his aim was to remove Zelensky from power, so that the effort of westernization in Ukraine get subsided . Basically Western-leaning Ukraine was a constant threat and Russia could not feel “safe, develop and exist". Given the power comparison , Ukraine has no chance of winning against the military invasion of Russia. And who generally becomes the victim. Normal people and front soldiers. Probably Zelenesky could have negotiated to abandon his plan to join NATO and averted this whole situation completely. A leader should always think about what is good for his people not for his ego.
Numerous Ukrainian people have lost their life , lost their land and became refugee , got tortured , abused while Zeleneski kept appearing in TV hiding behind his secured location.
In one word, Zelenesky damaged the life of his own people. He could have negotiated.
Zelensky AS A VILLAIN FOR WORLD
Now look outside Ukraine. There are current 3 crisis going over the world. The victims are specifically poorer countries. The crises are
Lets go through each of them :
Ukraine has been been the 5th largest exporter of wheat and other food stuff. Before the war they have exported 41.5 million metric tons of corn and wheat . 95% of this export was through black sea,
Due to this war , supplies from Ukraine through the black sea is totally blocked. This creates a shortage in a very basic food item like wheat. Already countries like Egypt who are the biggest imported of wheat has been suffering. Because of this high demand of wheat by Egypt, wheat prices all over the world has been high. Now think from a poorer country perspective. Wheat is a very basic food item, they might have to spend double the money to import it . That is putting dent in other commodity buying for those country. And here the chain of shortage is…