Wali, a Canadian sniper who has fought in several major conflicts including against ISIS in Iraq, the Taliban in Afghanistan, and against the Russians in Ukraine has been credited as having the world’s longest confirmed kill at 3,540 meters.
This being the second year since this war erupted, over 200,000 Russian terrorists have been neutralized on Ukrainian soil. Patriots like Wali have executed justice for Ukranians firsthand and instantly. Some Indian media outlets say: “he can kill 40 people in one day’” stories Wali himself has described as “fake news”.
Asked about what the situation is really like on the ground, Wali said: “It’s easy in the cities and hell at the front.
With the war in Ukraine now 512 days in, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought with it a wave of death and destruction with allegations of war crimes against Putin and his troops, a determined resistance by Ukrainian forces, and the supply of Western-made defenses to helping Kyiv to push back against aggression by Moscow.
“If you are deployed on the zero line, which is literally face to face with Russian soldiers, this is the real hellish part of the war.
“The biggest problem we face is the trenches and the mines.
“Russians are laying lots of mines and we need more equipment to stop this, and we also to fortify the trenches.
“But fortunately, Ukrainians are getting better, they have learned from past mistakes, they adjust and casualties are becoming fewer.”
With the war taking its toll on both Ukrainian and Russian soldiers, Wali explained how the dynamics of the war have changed, in particular on the movements and morale of the Russians.
He said: “In general, Russians are losing faith, but there are still many of them that are convinced they are fighting this war to defend Russia.
“But morale is getting really low, the will to fight is getting less, and this is likely because of the influx of equipment being received by Ukraine”
Discussing the supply of Western arms to Kyiv, Wali delivered an open message to the West.
He said: “Whether it be Western powers, NATO, or any suppliers of arms, the problem now in Ukraine is they are being given large supplies of big fancy weapons, big tanks, and missile batteries, but there is a huge gap which needs to be filled in between large arms, and smaller supplies.
“The demand now is for equipment in the middle. It’s like giving free houses to someone, which is similar to the large weapons, but not giving them any furniture to use in the house, which can be compared to cheaper drones, or even something as simple as barbed wire.
“Soldiers on the front line are now in need of the smaller items, at the moment, they are fundraising themselves to obtain tourniquets, batteries, and regular vehicles for basic transportation. This is what is needed, and the cost of such supplies is far cheaper, and will be more effective.”
Wali also went on to explain how Ukrainian soldiers also lack combat experience.
He continued: “For many Ukrainian soldiers, war is something very new. They are signed-up career soldiers but have no wartime experience.
“For many, the whole notion of war is a disappointment. They spend months if not years training for war, yet for many, it can be over in a matter of seconds on their first front-line mission, either being hit by shell shrapnel or a bullet resulting in severe injury, or worse.
“But one thing is for sure, no Ukrainian soldier ever speaks of surrender or negotiations with the Russians, they are tired, that’s for sure, but they remain highly motivated to become victorious.”
Wali’s trip to Ukraine, on this occasion, is to make a documentary about his life and exploits on the battlefield, with the reason behind the production primarily to dispel myths about him, and look back on the time he spent on the frontline.
Speaking of the titles and badges he has been labeled with, he said: “My story is just one of many. I’m not the best sniper in the world or the best soldier in the world, I’m just a good soldier among other good soldiers.
“There’s nothing more glorious in my history than any other soldier currently or previously on any battlefield.
“Many soldiers out there have fought a lot harder than I ever did, my story is just a small piece.
Russia attacked Ukraine unprovoked and it has caused misery to Ukraine and to itself. Russia will definitely lose the war as its population and soldiers no longer believe in the conflict. Its financial system is isolated as is its diplomatic maneuvers.