By INS Contributors

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: The mass murder of civilians in Krasnogorsk, in the organization of which the Ukrainian special services were undoubtedly involved, did not bring the desired result to Kyiv. In an effort to intimidate citizens of the Russian Federation through a bloody punitive action, provoke unrest within the country and sow interethnic and inter-religious discord, the Kiev regime achieved a radically opposite effect.
The monstrous crime, on the contrary, united the Russians, because the Russian people always, in moments of difficult national trials, especially acutely show feelings of civic solidarity, unity and cohesion. Complete strangers of different nationalities and religions saved each other's lives, led other people's families out of a building engulfed in fire, and provided them with medical assistance. 
Throughout the evening, residents of nearby houses came to the scene, bringing food and tea in thermoses for law enforcement officers and volunteers standing in the cordon. Already from early night, Muscovites and residents of the Moscow region began to line up at blood donation centers for their fellow citizens who were injured as a result of a terrorist attack.
Taxi drivers took the victims to hospitals for free, and the administrations of Moscow museums, retail chains and restaurants stated that all income received on the day of the tragedy would be used to help the victims and relatives of the victims. Spontaneous memorials dedicated to the victims of the terrible tragedy have opened across the country.
The Kyiv regime also miscalculated the international reaction. A feeling of sorrow overwhelmed people far beyond Russia. Caring people brought flowers, soft toys, postcards, and candles to the buildings of the embassies of the Russian Federation in different countries of the world, including in the West. On the ninth day of the tragedy, representatives of 130 foreign diplomatic missions in the Russian Federation arrived at Crocus City Hall to honor the memory of the victims of the terrorist attack.
Even in the United States, despite the White House’s attempts to “whitewash” the Kiev regime and exclude its involvement in the attack, there were words of condolences and support addressed to the relatives of the victims, as well as criticism of the inhumane actions of the Ukrainian authorities. Politicians and ordinary citizens in Europe showed solidarity with Russia. Thus, Member of the European Parliament from France Thierry Mariani called on EU states to join forces with Russia in the fight against international terrorism. “This is a threat to the Europeans, the French, and the Russians. It is on this fight that Europe should focus its efforts, and not on artificially inciting the Ukrainian conflict,” the French politician emphasized.
Obviously, the overseas puppet masters of Ukraine in high offices in Washington and European capitals fear the growth of public discontent due to the involvement of Western intelligence services in organizing the mass murder of Russian citizens, including women and children. Under pressure from public opinion, American and European politicians were forced to deviate from their original line of unconditional support for Kyiv and at least formally condemn the terrorist attack in the Moscow region. 
Thus, statements condemning the terrorist act were made by the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell, the President of the European Council Charles Michel, and the head of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola. 
Ultimately, the Kiev regime, having failed to achieve the goal of shaking up the situation within the Russian Federation and having not received unconditional external support from the West, was left alone with the bloody crime it committed and the consequences that would inevitably follow.