1. Condolences to all the mothers, fathers and families who lost their loved ones in Ukraine.

    1. @徐振博Tiananmen Square massacre, Xinjiang, Tibet, Inner Mongolia, Lee Ming-che ,,,and that is just recent years

    2. Yeah… screw those Afghanis, Iraqis and yemenites .. Dronebama and Saudi Arabia was/is fair and just and arab children are not worthy victims … So lets buy oil from the arabs, while we play soccer on top of the 10000+ dead slave workers in Qatar

    3. Russians really need to wake up. He thinks he is God. #putinstopbullying….
      This is what this Republican party wants in America, authoritarianism. Trumpism is fascism and fascism is evil.

    4. Where are the photos of dead children in the Donbass that the Ukrainian army killed in 8 years?? Hypocritical West!!!

  2. I may be on the other side of the world but my support will always be to the Ukrainian people and the brave warriors who fight day and night to defend their nation from a Russian tyrant SLAVA UKRAINE HOLD THE LINE !!!!

    1. They shouldn’t have incorporated the Azov Unit. HUGE mistake. They should have taken NATO off the table before Putin invaded. HUGE mistake. Now they have to avoid the image of negotiating to end up where neutral observers would say they should have been already, just because the heat is getting a little too close. If Putin was invading no matter what, and they did the things they should have done, NATO membership would be much nearer. The skies might already be closed. Why didn’t they? Were they afraid Putin *wouldn’t* invade?

    1. Yes,l watched documentary about hitler and ww2,this is crazy,even Russia soldiers act the same,provocations they do,blame everyone 🤯🤯🤯🤯

    1. Madeleine Albright – The deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children was worth it for Iraq’s non existent wmd’s. So you know where the Democrats stand on children.

    2. @Ephward Shartwell war on terrorism justified in my book and I’m African American that totally different of CLAIMING someone else land as your own so please grow a brain far rights trumper cultist loons👊🏿👊🏾👊🏽👊🏼👊🏻👊🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲👍🏿🇺🇲👍🏿🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦GOD BLESS UKRAINE

    3. Where are the photos of dead children in the Donbass that the Ukrainian army killed in 8 years?? Hypocritical West!!!

    4. @Ephward Shartwell My ex was Iraqi, her and a lot of people in Iraq welcomed the US to remove Saddam. It was a bad idea like most things The US, Russia and China do. but no one has done this since Hitler.

  3. Condolences to all the mothers, fathers and families who lost their loved ones in Syria, Afghanistan and Belgrade. World watched but no one cried about it or bitched about it.

    1. “World watched but no one cried about it or bitched about it.”
      More lies. Don’t you guys ever give up? Do you think we have no memories, no video? “no one cried, boo hoo.” Garbage.

  4. I love how he has the young people dressed in nice uniforms the same as the Hitler youth. The sensorship of the media is fantastic….it must be from the dictators handbook. It’s so like Germany in the 1940’s.

  5. “When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it–always.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi.

    1. @Solar Fox it doesn’t matter if you don’t declare it, by definition it’s a war. If Hitler never declared war when he invaded Russia, would it not have been a war? How do you feel about the “Special economic operations” that have dropped the ruble to be worth less than one US cent?

    2. @Chili Pepper You are wrong because you have been exposed to the American media. In fact, the US and the EU are a minority of people in the world! (only 20%). You think that you are the majority in the world and you are the main force in the world. In fact, the US is a minority in the world, and the US is only 10% of the world’s population. Just look around and you will see that the whole world does not agree with the policy of the USA. Almost the entire world (80-90%) supports Putin’s policy, not Biden’s. This is because you are a CNN fan and your media is showing you what your president Biden wants to see.

    3. @Solar Fox nice effort, russian troll number 49853, I’m sure putin will personally show his gratitude to you

    4. @TheForeheadGentlemen Don’t watch CNN: the Russian economy is very, very strong!!! Russia can resist any sanctions, and this is beyond doubt, because Russia is completely self-sufficient. The US economy is even worse than the Russian economy.

  6. Prayers to those being victimized by putins dictator ways😪 much strength 2 ukraine and my upmost respect for them standing there ground💯🙏🏽

  7. Most people in this comment section think that these people are cheering out of fear for their lives. I really don’t think that that is the case. They are patriotic Russians. They trust their leader. It’s unfortunate, but true.

    1. @Daniel Adriano Portillo First off, I stated before that you should get your news from as many sources as possible. Before it was closed down, I would listen to the reports from RT (this is where I listened to Putin’s remarks before the war broke out in Ukraine). Fortunately for me (and as stated before) my in-laws are Russian and they are able to translate Russian state media for me (my Russian is still a work in progress).

      Secondly, which narrative are you referring to? Are you referring to the narrative that the Ukrainian government is filled with Neo-Nazi’s? If so, I find this hard to believe as the Ukrainian president is of Jewish decent; and last I looked, Nazi’s hate Jews.

      Or are you referring to the narrative that Putin put forward before launching the attack on Ukraine, that Ukraine as a country (in history) does not exist? Now I find this one interesting because in history, the Kievian’s (ancient Ukrainians) existed long before the Muscovites (the Russians in modern Moscow). In fact, the Muskovites come from the Kievian-Rus (the Rus were Swedish Vikings and the Kievian’s being from Ukraine). This is just one part of the many historical ties between the two countries; but goes to show that the Ukrainians have existed as a country, in that land, for much longer than Russia has even existed.

    2. @Вова Боб As I stated in my reply, you can listen to the state run media, but take it with a large grain of salt. I do try to read the Ukrainian side as well, but (once again) take it with a large grain of salt. A perfect example as you stated is the ghost of Kiev.

    3. Ca 12,5 Million people live in Moscow , how many people you think are in this Stadion, and the next question are the people all from Moscow or from all over the country?

  8. Being a president doesn’t mean that you smart,how can you send your army to defend themselves in another person land.

  9. The flags slowed down visibly when Vlad started talking as though he sucked the energy out of their souls.

  10. Condolences to all the mothers childern, farthers, young and old people who lost their loved ones in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, yemen, libya.
    Western countries should be ashamed what they hv done with then!

    1. Whataboutism, the fallback of trolls when they know their arguments are garbage.

      Those conflicts have no connection to the Russo-Ukraine war.

  11. Correctly, “za” spells “зa” in Russian, which means “for”.
    So, “Za Россию” means “For Russia”.
    “Za мир без нацизма” means “For peace without Nazism“.
    Z is like a symbol which represents supporting what Russia is doing in Ukraine.
    Am I right?

    1. Initially, it was used to mark troops that were going in the Western attacking direction, “West” being “Zapad”, shortened to “Z”. There were other markings for other directions too, but Z caught on and became a symbol that you’re talking about.

  12. Absolute condolences for Ukraine babies young ones and really everyone!! I support Ukraine and wish everyone all the strength needed. As for the kremlin I don’t know why someone hasn’t stepped on Putin

  13. Can’t help thinking of Goebbels’ speech in Berlin after the German defeat in Stalingrad in 1943. It’s a sign of worry and desperation.

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