I’ve been thinking that maybe we should change the name of Ukraine into a different name. (What name Master?) Like, “Ureign” for example. Ureign. Like, “you have sovereignty.” (Wow, yes! That’s a good idea.) Because I remember before, Vietnam (Âu Lạc) after the war had been under embargo for decades – three decades even. (Yes.) And then, before the embargo ended, I suggested we call them, even though not official, but we call them by the name “Âu Lạc.” Remember? (Yes, Master.) And then it got better, better and better.
Now, I read some of the news saying that Putin did not order nuclear bombs. He also mentioned many times that his nuclear bombs are not going to be used for Ukraine (Ureign), but they say the commanders will or may use it. They say the word “use” but I’m not sure if they will or not. Because the military people don’t always listen to the president, if the president seems to be declining in the grip of power– the political power and commanding power. Do you understand me? (Yes, Master.)
Like in the war, for example, the commanders, and the commanding military leaders, they might just in the heat of it, get mad and want to show their power or want to win, and they’ll just do anything. (Wow. Yes, Master.) It might not be what Putin wants, even if that is Putin still there or it’s just a doppelgänger, body double. (Yes.) It doesn’t matter. And if it is a doppelgänger, meaning body double, it’s even worse. Because the military can do anything. If he’s just a body double, he wouldn’t dare do anything. (Yes, Master.) And who will listen to his orders anyway? They will laugh in his face, and say, “Who are you to tell us what to do? (Right.) You are just a fake body double. You know that, so just shut up. Or else.” (Yes, Master.)
Oh, God. That is the thing. The real Putin might have made a mistake to invade Ukraine (Ureign), and now, maybe, even if he’s still alive, it’s too late to recall that. (Yes.) He seems to lose the power of command, lose the grip on the political power in Russia. (Yes, Master.) And because they even keep losing in Ukraine (Ureign) as well. That’s why also. (Yes.)
Now on state-owned TV, they even openly criticize the war, and admit failure and all that stuff. Before they wouldn’t dare. Now, it seems there is more and more criticism of the war in Ukraine (Ureign). (Yes.)
‘’Media Report from MSNBC Sept. 12, 2022 Chris Hayes (m): We are seeing a stunning turn of events in Ukraine, six months after Russia’s unprovoked invasion. Ukrainian military has succeeded in taking a broad swath of territory in the northeastern part of the country, forcing Russian soldiers to retreat. Reaction is manifesting in a fascinating way on state TV, where a former opposition lawmaker publicly stated that the current strategy is not working, and argues that Russia needs to make peace.
Russian media monitor guest (m1): We’re now at the point where we have to understand: it’s absolutely impossible to defeat Ukraine using those resources and colonial war methods with which Russia is trying to wage war, using contract soldiers, mercenaries, no mobilization. A strong army is opposing the Russian Army, fully supported by the most powerful countries, in the economic and technological sense, including European countries.
Russian media monitor Host (m2): Are you suggesting military mobilization?
Russian media monitor guest (m1): I’m suggesting peace talks about stopping the war, and moving on to dealing with political issues.
Michael McFaul (m): We’re hearing now in public what a lot of Russian elites have been saying privately. They know this war has not been going well. They’re worried about the long-term durability of it. And now with these incredible victories by the Ukrainian warriors on the battlefield, they’re now starting to say things in public. And it is remarkable that he would be allowed even to say that, on Russian television. Remember, that station is controlled by the Kremlin. It shows that there is a lot of finger-pointing going on now. That suggests there’s disarray and confusion about where this war goes next.”
“Media Report from CNN Oct. 20, 2022 Erin Burnett, News Anchor (f): Mobilization is becoming a bigger and bigger problem for Putin at home. An op-ed in a Russian Daily Newspaper reads, and I want to quote it, because this has actually appeared in Russia: ‘…partial mobilization itself has become a much larger nationwide problem [on the following levels]: social, psychological, managerial, economic, and’ … here are the crucial words, ‘possibly political.’ That’s sort of an incredible thing to think is now appearing in Russian state press. And just listen to what was said on Russian state television, by a war correspondent.
Russian war correspondent (m): We are confronting forces that are quite substantial. In some frontline areas, the enemy outnumbers our forces 4 to 1.”
And the thing is, they don’t have this high morale, you see. They don’t have the drive in Ukraine (Ureign). The Ukrainian (Ureignian) people have the drive, because they want to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their country. So, they have this motive– drive, the goal. But the Russians don’t want it. They don’t have this thirst behind them, to give their all to the war in Ukraine (Ureign). (Yes.) And I read it recently, yesterday or something, that the Russian army commanders even left their soldiers behind. They ran. (Wow.) They’re fleeing from the conflict.
And the soldiers are not even well-trained, they just leave them there to die. Who cares – die or live? (Wow.) So, some of the newly mobilized soldiers, they also flee and go and hide in the forest. (Wow.) They’re not trained even. The mobilized ones are not trained. Even if they had been soldiers before, or those retired soldiers before– now it’s different weapons, different situations. They haven’t touched weapons for years, or they’re not being trained again and again. And some are new ones – prisoners and all that. (Yes, Master.) They’re not trained.
So, and then, when their army commanders left, then it’s even worse for their morale. (Yes, Master.) It’s terrible. So, I think, even if Putin is real, he’s losing his grip on commanding power. (Yes.) You understand? (Yes, Master. We understand. Yes.) Did I answer your question, or not yet? Anything else you want to know? (That’s clear, Master.) You’re clear, right? Good. (Thank You. That was clear, Master. Yes.)
Anything else? (Yes, Master. Is there anything we can do to help Ukraine [Ureign] stop the war and to help stop all the suffering in Ukraine [Ureign]?)
Oh man! God has to do that. And we can only pray and hope for the positive. (Yes. Understand Master.) I have been thinking about this for quite some time. But I can’t sleep well. I also can’t meditate well, and recently food doesn’t taste good. It doesn’t taste of anything at all. When I eat, I just have to eat it, just so that I can continue to work. I taste nothing. (Wow!) Disappointing. I can’t sleep, can’t eat.
And I was thinking about that. And it’s good you ask me. I’ve been thinking that maybe we should change the name of Ukraine into a different name. (What name Master?) Like, “Ureign” for example. Ureign. Like, “you have sovereignty.” (Wow, yes! That’s a good idea.) Because I remember before, Vietnam (Âu Lạc) after the war had been under embargo for decades – three decades even. (Yes.) And then, before the embargo ended, I suggested we call them, even though not official, but we call them by the name “Âu Lạc.” Remember? (Yes, Master.) And then it got better, better and better.
And now they really have Âu Lạc. Âu Lạc means âu ca lạc nghiệp, meaning they’ll be prosperous and happy! (Wow, yes.) It means free. They will feel free, prosperous and happy. That is the name of Âu Lạc, but that coincided with the older name of Vietnam (Âu Lạc), long ago, long ago. (Yes.) Many thousands of years ago. But that also was by the way. And they say it became better.
They even were accepted into the World Trade Organization. (Yes.) At that time, even Russia was not accepted, if I remember well. Many countries were not accepted but Vietnam (Âu Lạc) was accepted into the World Trade Organization. That’s a very big prestige and good for them. (Yes, indeed.) And now they’re getting better, better all the time. And they’re free to go anywhere – to travel around the world even. (Yes, Master.)
So, because Ukraine – implies the word, “kraine.” It sounds similar to the word “crane,” meaning painful, stressful. When you crane – like you crane your neck, or you crane your body, (Yes, that’s right.) it’s not comfortable. (Yes.) It implies stress and pain. (Yes. That’s true.) So, when you crane yourself, imagine that – your body, or part of your body, it’s not good, is it? (No. Right.) Pain. (That’s true.)
So, I think from now on we include the word “Ureign” – (Yay. Yes.) to call them. And pray that it gets better for them. U-reign - you reign yourself. (Yes, Master, that’s right.) You have sovereignty. Isn’t that good? (Yes, definitely, very good, Master. Wonderful, let’s do that.)