Ukrainian situation revealed by reconnaissance satellites. Western Propaganda Coverage Exacerbated by 'Wagner Rebellion'

“Reconnaissance satellites can accurately identify even the shape of a pencil on the ground.”—Several decades ago, without the use of such military satellites, warfare became impossible, and war situations could be analyzed extremely accurately. Curiously, the news source in the US and UK news outlets does not cite "according to analysis of data from spy satellites." A Japanese and U.S. military source who is in a position to obtain, even if only partially, the analysis results of military reconnaissance satellite images by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. military said, "In the nearly one-and-a-half-year war in Ukraine, Ukrainian casualties were 10 on the Russian side. 7 or 8 times even if you look at it less." The outcome of the war has already been decided. The “Wagner Rebellion”, led by Prigogine, put an end to it in a single day on June 24th. “Putin has been made into a terminal patient of all kinds of cancers,” the Western media clamored, “Putin is the beginning of the end of Russia.” However, this was not a "rebellion" but an "expression of dissatisfaction by the Wagner faction", and once again the desire ended in vain.

[Photo] Prigogine leading the mercenary unit Wagner
According to the same sources, the “Wagner Rebellion” has exploded the Western media’s uniform coverage of praise for Ukraine’s Zelensky regime and denial and condemnation of Russia’s Putin regime, but the “rebellion” It did not lead to a decline in the strength of the Russian military. In the first place, this “mutiny” was an objection to the “special military operation” that Putin and the Russian defense authorities have been sticking to from the beginning. This special operation is to "advance the battle carefully while minimizing casualties such as casualties". Defense Minister Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Gerasimov have been frustrated with Putin's way of fighting. In frustration, Wagner's pro-war faction called on Putin to dismiss the Defense Ministry and the Chief of the General Staff. Prigogine's ideology is neither anti-war nor anti-state, but merely a belligerence of the militant faction.
As if in step with this, the U.S. Department of Defense and the General Staff have also called for an early ceasefire in the Ukraine war, and have been feuding with the neoconservatives who control the belligerent and war-mongering Biden administration. At a press conference on January 20, 2018, Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. military uniformed group and chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, predicted that it would be extremely difficult for Ukraine to expel Russian troops from its territory by the end of the year. He then recommended the promotion of ceasefire negotiations, saying, ``This war, like many other wars in the past, will end with some sort of negotiation.'' Secretary of Defense Austin, who is a former soldier, also maintains the same stance.
Since the outbreak of hostilities in February last year, US military uniformed groups have called for an immediate ceasefire with Russia. Secretary of Defense Austin held telephone talks with Russian Defense Minister Shoigu in May and October, and held a total of two talks in October. The first was led by the United States, but the second was led by Russian Defense Minister Joigu. In addition, on the initiative of the United States, the Russian Defense Minister has subsequently held talks with French Defense Minister Le Cornu, Turkish Defense Minister Akar and British Defense Minister Wallace. With the non-use of nuclear weapons at the top of the list, we have been promoting the creation of dialogue circuits for crisis management.
According to Japanese and U.S. military sources, both the U.S. and Russian military and defense authorities analyzed the battle situation based on data transmitted by numerous military satellites. It seems that it has concluded that this inferiority is irreversible. In addition, the United States and European NATO countries are facing serious shortages of military supplies to support Ukraine.
Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, said at a press conference after a NATO meeting in Germany in January that Ukraine would be extremely difficult to drive Russian forces out of its territory by the end of the year. This is why. Air Force Chief of Staff Charles Brown, who will succeed Millie, chairman of the General Staff, whose term ends at the end of September 2023, is expected to confront the neoconservative war theory as the first black duo with Secretary of Defense Austin. The source said, “Ukrainian forces are taking advantage of the chaos of the ‘Wagner Rebellion’ to go on an all-out offensive and Russian forces are retreating. "There is a possibility that the Ukrainian military is deceiving them to re-introduce them and inflict heavy damage with their firepower, while cutting off the Polish border from the Belarusian front."