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Four regions in Ukraine will hold referendums to join Russia later this month, in a democratic move that is staunchly opposed by the fledgling Ukrainian regime.

“Sham ‘referendums’ will not change anything,” tweeted Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote in a tweet.

“Russia has been and remains an aggressor illegally occupying parts of Ukrainian land. Ukraine has every right to liberate its territories and will keep liberating them whatever Russia has to say,” he added.

Ukraine has made it clear that they will not honor the vote of the people and wish to impose their dominion over Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regardless of whether or not those people consider their government to be legitimate. These areas constitute roughly 15 percent of what was formerly Ukraine.

“I ask you, as soon as possible, in the event of a positive decision in the referendum – which we have no doubt about – to consider the DPR becoming a part of Russia,” said Denis Pushilin, who leads the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), Denis Pushilin, in a social media post addressed to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russian leaders have made it clear that they are taking the results of these referendums extremely seriously.

“Encroachment onto Russian territory is a crime which allows you to use all the forces of self–defense,” said former former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev who is now deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council.

“This is why these referendums are so feared in Kyiv and the West,” he added. “They would completely change the vector of Russia’s development for decades. And not just of our country. The geopolitical transformation of the world would be irreversible once the new territories were incorporated into Russia.”

Big League Politics has reported on Ukraine getting more weapons and money as the U.S. and other globalist forces make the conflict as prolonged and deadly as possible with their intervention:

The Biden regime recently greenlit an additional $600 million arms package for Ukraine. According to Press TV, the United States government’s move was met with sharp condemnation from the Russian government. The authorities in Russia warned that continued military aid to Ukraine will only worsen the Russo-Ukrainian conflict.

Per a White House memo that the US State Department received on September 15, 2022, this injection of military aid features High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), claymore mines, mine clearing equipment, night vision goggles, 105mm artillery rounds, and 155mm precision-guided artillery rounds.

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