Forbidden Words: Exit Strategy

**Title:** The Responsibility for the Explosion of Kakhovka Dam and the Importance of Peace in Ukraine – Parole Proibite: Exit Strategy


Welcome to the latest episode of Parole Proibite, where Michele Santoro engages in a dialogue with esteemed guests Raniero La Valle and Massimo Cacciari. In this thought-provoking discussion, we delve into the pressing question of who stands to gain from the use of terrorism in today’s world, specifically focusing on Ukraine’s role in recent events. La Valle argues that Ukraine has been misled into believing it can defeat a power like Russia, while Cacciari emphasizes the criminal neglect of political forces, particularly in Europe, who fail to understand the urgency of establishing an armistice and ceasefire in the face of devastating events such as the explosion of Kakhovka Dam[^1^][^2^].

As we examine the context surrounding this tragedy, it becomes clear that the proposal for peace put forth by Indonesia has been unjustly disregarded. This proposal could have acted as a potential intermediary, offering a temporary respite, and creating an avenue for meaningful negotiations[^2^].

The question arises: why is it so difficult to bring an end to this war without further destruction? Sadly, it seems that there remains a desire to step on the enemy’s territory, namely Russia, without considering the consequences or the fact that the enemy may resort to using nuclear weapons[^2^].

We explore the political forces that represent this viewpoint and whether there is a need for a party solely dedicated to promoting peace[^2^]. It is crucial that we address these issues and work towards a resolution to prevent further loss of life and destruction.

Join us as we navigate this complex terrain on Parole Proibite: Exit Strategy, and gain valuable insights from our esteemed guests Raniero La Valle and Massimo Cacciari[^1^][^2^].

[Click here to watch the video](insert video link)




[^1^]: [Source 1](insert source link)

[^2^]: [Source 2](insert source link)

Chi oggi ha interesse a usare il terrorismo? Secondo Raniero La Valle, l’Ucraina. “Gli hanno fatto credere di poter vincere una potenza come la Russia”. Ma di chi è la colpa dell’esplosione della diga di Kakhovka? Davanti a una devastazione di questo genere è “criminale che le forze politiche, in particolare l’Europa, non comprendano che devono intervenire con ogni mezzo per stabilire un armistizio, una tregua”, spiega Massimo Cacciari. La proposta di pace indonesiana non è mai stata presa in considerazione. Poteva essere un modo per creare una forma di interposizione, con la promessa di una tregua, almeno temporanea, per poter ragionare su un’ipotesi di trattativa. Perché? Non si vuole mettere fine a questa guerra senza calpestare la terra del nemico, la Russia, che non doveva essere un nemico in una logica difensiva, e si dà per scontato che “il nemico” non userà la bomba. Quali forze politiche rappresentano questo punto di vista? C’è bisogno di un partito della pace?
Ne parliamo nella nuova puntata di Parole proibite: Exit Strategy in un dialogo tra Michele Santoro, Raniero La Valle e Massimo Cacciari.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

Unveiling the Extent of Wildfire Smoke: Understanding Its Origins and Duration

Full Talk | MMC Ventures Edition – Unveiling the Code