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    1. @Z. T.

      The missile debris you’re looking at, is to the southwest of the impact zone. The missile body is discarded and lands along the flightpath, before the warhead. The only thing to the southwest, is Ukrainians. You’re holding your map upside down.

    2. If missile contains the words – for children – it was probably put there by a russian soldier notifying everyone that his upper echelon is ordering the strike and that he disagrees with it.

    1. @User User if men wanna fight that’s okay but if they don’t why hold them hostage and send them on the front line to die??? Are you even reading what your typing.

  1. Condolences to the family and the country..my god how much can theses people go through…sending love 💞..🇨🇦

    1. No …dear god …I just made a comment..my soul crys for theses people,just like most human beings ,could be us… Sending love to you all …💕🇨🇦💞

    2. If missile contains the words – for children – it was probably put there by a russian soldier notifying everyone that his upper echelon is ordering the strike and that he disagrees with it.

  2. At this point I honestly believe that Russia feel as if they could anything they want and no one can do a d*m thing about it because they have nuclear weapons. This is an open and naked contempt on the Ukranian people.

    1. Wrong. Putting them on trains was one of the worse thing they could do since military equipment is coming in on those same rails and through the same stations. Russia has been attacking heavy infrastructure like that since the beginning and it was only a matter of time before this station got hit. The civilian casualties were almost wholly avoidable in this case.

    2. Say thanks to Zelensky and his army for making such mistakes when their own missiles fly at their own citizens.

  3. About the German President (Steinmeier) admitting mistakes in the past: this is not just about the time since 2014. One has to remember Steinmeier was a key member of the government under chancellor Gerhard Schröder who really fell in love with Putin and Russian gas!

    1. Once the cow’s been milked, you can’t squirt the cream back up into the udders. The past is done, what happens in the present and future is what really matters. I sure hope Germany has learned their lesson.

    2. Problem is that Russia, bar a total nuclear war, will remain a neighbour.
      Germany did what they could to have and be a good one, and it has failed miserably.
      Being another neighbour of Russia, I find it hard to fault then for that, even though I’ve been heavily critical to some specific decisions.

  4. This is horrible and they should have been able to evacuate safely. That is a crime to those who had no way to protect themselves. That’s evil. I want to protect Ukraine.

    1. Putting them on trains was the worse thing they could do since military equipment is coming in on those same rails and through the same stations. Russia has been attacking heavy infrastructure like that since the beginning and it was only a matter of time before this station got hit. The civilian casualties were almost wholly avoidable in this case.

    2. Ukraine is not a peaceful country, nor is it a democracy in the sense that we in the west think of democracies. They’ve been in a small scale civil war since 2014 when two provinces in the East said they wanted to break away and be independent. The Ukrainian government has been shelling its own people there and inflicting civilian casualties. In fact, the Ukrainian army was just about to launch a major offensive to take back the territory in these breakaway provinces right before Russia invaded.

  5. This action is both beyond disgusting and certainly purposeful. My sympathies and prayers to family and friends of victims. Such sorrow is felt over these atrocities and crimes world wide.

    1. @jesse shaver I think it’s pretty clear to Ukraine by now NATO is not getting involved. Bombing their own train station would be ludicrous and people claiming so most likely would believe anyting. My opinion that comes from lacking Basic morality to determine who is an offender who iss a victim in the current crisis making them too vulnerable to any and all propaganda.

    2. @CooloutAC

      That’s an assumption that it was intentional. But, lets assume so…

      Who has more reason to stop civilians leaving, the guy that wants to walk in and just occupy the city with no resistance? Or the guy who expects everyone to go out and throw molotov cocktails at tanks? The army that has literally gone out of its way to avoid contact with civilians? Or, the guy that has been demanding and shaming the rest of the world to start a literal world war, over Ukraine? The army we are told is just scared kids tricked into war and wants to runaway home? Or the army that strings up dead Russians as scarecrows and drags up burned mutilated Russians and arranges their bodies in a *Z* for the surveillance satellites? Those last two were done proudly, in front of Western journalists. But thats ok… because they were just angry.

      Ukrainian army took a fist pumping victory lap for shelling Bucha and chasing out the Russians under heavy artillery fire, days before showing off the destroyed town and bodies that had clearly been dragged out to the street(again, verifiable, because they were found right next to completely destroyed tanks and blown up Russians) Then, blamed Russia.

      Ask again, who has the motive?

  6. Brave Ukrainian soldiers and civilians facing Golden Horde invаsion, you are all herоes, praying for your victory…
    SLAVA UKRAINE🙏❤🙏❤🙏 Stаy strong Ukrаine 👏💪🇺🇦🇵🇹🏳❤🏳 Бабушка – настоящая украинка! Низкий поклон. А оккупантам, хлеб с солью не обещаем, а пирожки с мышьяком – всегда пожалуйста!

  7. I hadn’t realized Russia will be celebrating via a victory day parade over the Nazis of WWII on May 9th. Is that what triggered these horrendous displays of barbarism by Putin & his troops?!?! What kind of creature(s) do(es) these things! Does it make him/them feel manly/macho to attack civilians? Have they been apprised of the fact that these are not only innocent people, some if not many could have ‘ties’ to their own families or friends in Russia itself?!
    What kind of disgraces (a far kinder word) is Ukraine & thus, most of the rest of the world who cares about them, having to deal with here! My tears are a mixture of sadness, anger & hatred now. Hatred is not a ‘norm’ for me. Those nasties have won that award that I’d only felt re 45 & the deaths of 100s of thousands from Covid-19 due to dereliction of his duty.

    1. They do it every year. Haven’t you been wachting the news? Those parades with the funny goose step?

  8. Since the start of the war EU’s aid to Ukraine was €1bn at the same time EU paid Russia €35bn for energy. (Borrell)
    The World has to say its firm NO to Russian fascism and stop feeding the aggressor.
    A Human has to feel proud and happy when paying higher prices for utilities and at the petrol stations knowing it’s his personal contribution to a better safer world.

    1. There is truth to this, but Germany is trying to buy time to shut off those gas lines. Doing that immediately would cause a lot of German suffering too. Just not on the scale the Ukrainians are facing. I’m only saying it is difficult – but agree it has to be done.

  9. It’s very hard to turn the other cheek without giving an eye for an eye. Those who live by the sword,

  10. Lots of Russian bots elsewhere disputing that this is Russian. It’s a Tochka-U tactical ballistic missile. It carries a fragmentation warhead (which tracks with the damage on the ground), is truck launched- and was recalled to service by the Russian military just last week.

    1. Despite the Russians claiming it is only used by Ukraine, here are the countries which use it: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Iran, Kazakhstan, Libya, North Korea, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Syria, Yemen.

  11. 04:30 Just a little clarification regarding the writing on the missile.
    “ЗА ДЕТЕЙ” indeed means “for children”, but not as in “meant for children” bur rather “revenge for the children”.

  12. GLORY TO UKRAINE!!! GLORY TO THE HEROES!!! 💙💛 ЖЫВЕ БЕЛАРУСЬ!!!🧡🤍 ————– putlerZ scoundlers go to hell, they will be punished for sure

  13. Why should we have ever thought that, despite, modernization of their military equipment, the Russian Army would have “modernized” their military culture since WWII? This is how (kill everyone, destroy everything) they fought Hitler, it is how they fought all subsequent conflicts since. Up to now, it has always worked very effectively for them.

  14. to be clear, the waiting room at the kramatorsk train station was at this point in time one of the if not the most densely civillian-packed unprotected place in ukraine. nowhere else can you find this many civillians together outside of bunkers. you can hardly make the targetting of civillians more obvious than this. and this happened two days or so after the ukrainian government told all civillians in the donbass region around kramatorsk to evacuate immediately.

    1. The scary thing is that Zelensky is ready to exterminate his own citizens for a television picture…(((

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