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  1. I hope the Russians allow the people that remain in Kherson to forage in the houses that people have left from. Maybe they’ll be able to find food and medicine and other necessities that others may have left behind. I can’t imagine the unending horror these poor innocent people must be going thru. They did nothing to Russia, they didn’t ask for this, they didn’t provoke it. Yet, now they must suffer under occupation by hostile forces.
    Glory to Ukraine!

    1. @Alex If you tell a country not to join a defense alliance it’s because you want invade it. Not the other way round.

    2. @Fa Greed Russia signed the Budapest memorandum assuring Ukraine‘s borders. That’s the facts. And no, there is no agreement signed by anyone that says the NATO would not go east.

  2. It is like a crazy nightmare but nightmares do have an ending it don’t last forever but for some people nightmares do have a bad way of staying in the heart forever🤔

    1. Nightmares don’t always have an ending. I lived with a Vietnam veteran. Every night he was back in that war and during the day the feelings and thoughts were haunting him. Saying the dead were better off. I had a Jewish neighbour who lost her whole family but her sister in WWII How older she got how more severe the nightmares. I grew up with parents broken by the war. This is a nightmare that will haunt them forever. They never will be the same.

  3. To anybody who’s reading this, I pray that whatever is hurting or whatever you are constantly stressing about gets better. May the darks thoughts, the overthinking, the doubt exit your mind right now. May clarity replace confusion. May peace and calmness fill your life.

    1. So sad that the Ukrainian people are suffering for Trump/Biden’s endless greed and lies.
      In 2019 Trump withdrew the US from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). The withdrawal from the missile treaty just happened to coincide with Lockheed Martin’s production of a new mobile Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) with a range of 600 kilometers.
      In March 2021 Biden began shipping a new fully mobile long range hypersonic missile (LRHW), with a range greater than 2,775 kilometers, to Estonia, Latvia, and Ukraine, placing them on the Russia border.
      Both the PrSM and the LRHW are dual-use missiles, meaning they can be armed with nuclear or conventional warheads. This also means any missile launched may be perceived as a nuclear attack.

      The shorter range missiles would hit Moscow if launched from Ukraine or Estonia. The long range missile could hit Moscow from India (a NATO ballistic missile partner since 2011). Launched from Ukraine this missile would hit Moscow in less than 10 minutes. The US missiles on the Russia/Ukraine border are only 200 kilometers from Moscow. The US missiles on the Russia/Latvia border are 600 kilometers away from Moscow, and the US missiles on the Russia/Estonia border are 640 kilometers from Moscow.

      When Russia peacefully gave up Eastern Germany Mikhail Gorbachev was promised that “NATO will not expand one inch to the east”. That was before Estonia and Latvia were brought into NATO. Both countries share a border with Russia.

      This all begs the question, why did Biden not prevent this war by removing these missiles from the Russian border and getting back into the INF treaty? Instead Biden did everything he possibly could to provoke Russia into military action in Ukraine.

      https://www.dvidshub.net/image/6560170/hypersonic-delivery
      https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/31440/lockheed-conducts-first-test-of-its-new-precision-strike-missile-for-the-army
      https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/40584/the-army-has-finally-revealed-the-range-its-new-hypersonic-weapon

    2. You cant just wish bad things away…you most show leadership and face them head on with real thinking not putting head in sand.

    3. The question is why the hearts of Europe and the West were not broken for the children of Syria, Yemen, Libya and Iraq during their aggression against them, knowing that they caused the death and displacement of millions of Arabs here, and the painful thing is that this was done by mercenaries and European-American weapons with the money of the Arabs themselves.

  4. As a new mom I couldn’t even imagine….we need to do more like yesterday
    Edit: as in cargo planes and supplies to get these people to safety.

    1. @Pat Mahinie >”To me, it appears that CNN intentionally provoked this humanitarian crisis”
      No. Russian troops are killing Ukrainian civilians for Putin. To me, it appears that you are an agent of information warfare.

    2. @Jrrarglblarg Hi Jrrarglblarg, thanks for the reply. Don’t you think if CNN wanted a better outcome other than war their dialog would be different? CNN wanted a war and CNN got a war.

    3. What happened in Iraq after Us invasion and Also in afghanistan and what is happening in Syria and Palestine.. when you gonna talk about that?

  5. It would be so hard with kids.I can’t imagine..It would be nice if main stream did some reporting on a large Convoy…

  6. A friend of mine gave me a tip on how to reach into Russia with accurate information: You can go to rating websites for restaurants, hotels, shops and such. Give then a five star rating, and write something like “The food was good, but Russias illegal and inhumane war on Ukraine gave it a very, very bitter taste.”

    1. The Russian people don’t want war though, assuming they can read English your message is as they say “preaching to the choir”.
      Also you shouldn’t throw stones if you live in a glass house, if you’re an American like me it seems like we have to much baggage as a nation to start acting like we’ve never done anything terrible.
      Yes putins actions are condemnable but spamming Russian business as an American with comments in English condemning an illegal war probably isn’t going to go over as well as you think it will.

    2. @Israel Rodriguez
      What does the US have to do with what Russia is doing? It’s not like the condemnation is only coming from America. Even Switzerland condemned it & is supporting Ukraine! The tired whataboutism coming from Russia & its apologists shows that they’re trying to justify the indefensible.
      It’s not like the US got away with the Iraq & Afghanistan debacle. It ruined the US’s reputation & sent us into huge debt & incapable of investing in our future.
      You know the UK invaded & colonized India once so it’s justified if the US does the same. Russia occupied Afghanistan once so according to this argument the US was justified in doing the same? Therefore this ghoulish argument is moot.
      What Russia is doing is indefensible.

    3. @Gen X parenting I love my country as much as anyone but America is not well received everywhere, trolling Russian businesses about the war as an American will be perceived as an insult by Russians, your trying to condemn putin right ? Why target some mom and pop restaurant in Russia who don’t want war either? Sure you give them a 5 star rating but you have a bunch of entitled karens leaving pissy messages. There’s a right way and a wrong way to do things and imo this absolutely screams “wrong way” to me.
      Yes it had good intentions but just because your intention is to do something good doesn’t mean something good will come of it.

    4. All are valid arguments, what can we all agree will be the best way to reach Russians, I personally do not know any Russian but I’ll definitely do anything I can to help end this war and therefore the inhumane crisis in Ukraine

  7. My heart breaks millions time I see innocent children suffering 💔 As a mother , its worst feeling to endure to feel helpless

    1. The question is why the hearts of Europe and the West were not broken for the children of Syria, Yemen, Libya and Iraq during their aggression against them, knowing that they caused the death and displacement of millions of Arabs here, and the painful thing is that this was done by mercenaries and European-American weapons with the money of the Arabs themselves.

    2. When the Israeli bombing took place on Gaza in Palestine, the father of his two young daughters portrayed that they were terrified, and after two days the Israeli army was able to reveal the location of his house, and they bombed his house and the father died and left two daughters straying in terror and fear without their father

    3. @Kahtn Khalil  double standards my bro.. first they are not white.. and second it doesn’t serve USA because all media is focused on Ukraine because they want russia to be weak so america can stay the world power and also if america invades a country its for good of the people .. Death to America

    4. @Ww Iraq  these people are not so good at making decisions for themselves so whatever their leaders and media feeds them they support it… that’s why they are crying for ukrine but no all the other countries where Europe and america killed millions

  8. Too much sadness, trauma etc and it breaks my heart to see people like this Mom with her kids. Whether we like this option or not, Putin will need to be taken out either by one of his people or an embedded NATO agent in Russia in order for this war to stop

    1. Это продолжается на Украине уже 8 лет. Россия пришла закончить геноцид русских на Украине

  9. That is a horrible situation that Putin had created for that family and millions like her in Ukraine. God be with everyone of them.

    1. As Americans we will have to pay more for gas and we Must stop crying about it to help Ukraine and the World!! Please take care!

    2. @L D This is how Black americans feel every day, 24/7 – 365. Were being murdered daily by the police and I wish the press would cover the war on Black americans equally. Only thing I heard from ukraine is to free derick chauvin, obviously I could care less for their circumstance, they don’t care about people of color.

    1. @Justine BS. Russians know what is going on. Just like the German population in WWII knew about the concentration camps.

    2. @J DeMartini Easy to say in retrospect. Even many Jews weren’t aware of what went on after others were taken to camps on the trains.

    3. @J DeMartini Agreed. Hopefully the Russians will be able to end what has been going on for the last 8 years. It appears they’re the only ones who know what is actually going on right now. It’s sad, that CNN actually covered what’s really going on 7-8 years ago when it all started, and today CNN acts like they didn’t cover it. I really wish all our media would stop pretending like the last 8 years has not been happening. People preaching about disinformation are the ones with the most disinformation as usual.

    4. they will not. it’s called zamordyzm in polish. they are enslaved for centuries. they know nothing better.

    5. @hard-truths better-than-sweet-lies No lol. It literally doesn’t. The US buys less than 200,000 barrels of crude and less than 700,000 barrels of petroleum products from Russia each year. This information is publicly available through the Department of Energy. You can go see right now how wrong and stupid you sound. There is no way less than a million barrels of product equates to ‘billions of dollars’ a year. Stop spreading false information.

    1. When the Israeli bombing took place on Gaza in Palestine, the father of his two young daughters portrayed that they were terrified, and after two days the Israeli army was able to reveal the location of his house, and they bombed his house and the father died and left two daughters straying in terror and fear without their father🇮🇶💓🇵🇸🙏🇺🇦

  10. Prayers to all innocent people and especially all children over the whole word, who are or have been victims of man in suits abusing their power.

    Talking of the now Ukrainian people and children but also all the people and children from Syria, Afghanistan, Israel etc etc. God bless ALL people.

  11. When the Israeli bombing took place on Gaza in Palestine, the father of his two young daughters portrayed that they were terrified, and after two days the Israeli army was able to reveal the location of his house, and they bombed his house and the father died and left two daughters straying in terror and fear without their father

  12. My heart breaks everytime I see innocent children and people going through this horrible bloodshed praying for Ukraine 🇺🇦🙏

  13. Aw so lucky to have a little pup as as part of the family .they are comforting to everyone. So very sorry you have to go through this. I wish you could get out of there.

  14. Heartbreaking to say the least. Sending strength, love, courage and healing prayers to her and her children and family and the rest of Ukrainians during this most trying time. Part of our family is of Ukrainian/Russian descent as well, here since the early 1900s who had to flee from the Czar after the pogroms. My late grandmother-in-law was born in Kyiv/Kiev! FREE Ukraine, solidarity! A democratic sovereign independent country since 1991! And hoping NATO accepts their membership asap!

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