Any long war leads to fatigue of society and depletion of its resources, but this is not the main reason for fatigue. What is more important: square meters of scorched and lifeless territory or people? What is a state, territory or citizens? What is the war for? Per people or per sq.m.? Are Ukrainians fighting for their rights and freedoms? Or have they already fallen victim to the war?
The answers to these questions give rise to fatigue, when the most valuable thing worth living for has become the price of battle. When the meaning of life is lost, “fatigue” sets in.
While some are dying, others are engaged in selling state property for pennies, raiding and looting. While some are dying, others are selling land and, through mobilization, liberating villages from people.
The war has plunged the country into such debts that even the grandchildren will not pay off. Many people ask the question that if the price of war is land and mineral resources, then what is the war for and for whom?
Paying for the war has placed a heavy burden on the middle class and the poor - it is they who are raising taxes and tariffs at a time when officials, judges, members of supervisory boards and businesses close to the authorities are enriching themselves hourly.
People see this in their expensive cars, filled restaurants, discos and the most expensive resorts.
The phrase “to whom is war, and to whom is mother” became the reason for the fall in government ratings and trust in state institutions.
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