the last couple of days there were masked groups stirring trouble in some maidan manifestations - the typical kinds of things provocateurs would do
there were also groupings of the kind of adult men seen in many other prepared russian manifestations, but is was as if the plan and the resources weren't there (yet)
what would be better than a big riot in Kiev on Sunday - just to take the attention of the news away of the east where the russian militias are getting steadily but surely a beaten (slowly because the incoming troops have to limit the damage and number of casualties). Some key leaders were arrested overnight.
because all the rest just failed untill now for Putin, he still hasn't a major disaster (unless you count what happened in Odessa but those stupid hooligans were shooting on camera on unarmed protestors so that is not the ideal propaganda to use to get your army crossing the borders)
and the military operations are not like the one Putin have led against some republics in his Reich, most of the buildings are still standing and there aren't any long lines of refugees telling of carnage, deaths and so on
the Ukranian military itself isn't helping much because they even didn't shoot at my helicopters which I accidently flew into their airspace hoping some-one would shoot, but they didn't
so maybe some big fighting with some buildings on fire or occupied and a number of deaths in Kiev with the whole world watching is the last thing I can try and maybe that may give me the total picture of a country on the brink of total chaos while this is not the case for most regions and cities and people and business and insitutions
luckily their policeforce is a disaster but that is because they were so stupid to totally disband the Birkut who were only emptyheaded brutes paid to knock people down or kill them for a bigger pay. They would have kicked my people down as well if the price was right. Luckily they were out of a job and are now knocking them down for a small price.
and as time passes by and 90.000 troops are close by enough to invade, the opportunity passes and Ukraine seems now to be playing at least on the same level now and is retaking the initiative and pushing Putin in the corner where he didn't wanted to be
expect if something big happens today in Kiev that would change everything again
and if nothing happens, it is another sign that we are nearing the 'game over' for ....Putin
because if he doesn't do something before the 25th than he will have to face an elected president and the accumulating effects of the financial and economic consequences of the boycots