Good job, Russians! No one wants that slimy guy messing up around ever again. Well, except the UkrNazis who would be more than happy.
Where exactly did Strelkov go wrong? Or was he always in the wrong and a real “schizophrenic incompetent” as critiqued by Vladislav Surkov?
I only became familiar with him after reading “85 Days in Slavyansk”. His personal history is quite decorated—no denying that—but one definitely has to admit… He seemed superfluously idealistic about uniting ‘New Russia’. I’m still left with more questions than I am answers about him currently though.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m guessing it was because of his “high” from taking part in the liberation and annexation of Crimea that influenced him to go behind the Kremlin’s back and prematurely spark the First Donbass War? And he felt betrayed because Russia never intervened while they temporarily occupied Slavyansk in ‘14?
Am I on to something, or have I went way left field here?