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  1. I’m sure when we fully hear what’s happened in Kherson which has been under Russian control for the majority of this war we’ll find the same disgusting atrocities.

    1. I wonder how much we will see from Mariupol.. Occupiers have been relentlessly bombarding it so bad.

    2. that’s an interesting question. the occupation started out extremely friendly by comparison in kherson, with the russians allowing protests for weeks. I think kherson has more russian speakers, and it’s very close to crimea. by contrast, the russians see kyiv as populated by their real enemies, by nazis who want to kill all russians. bucha, irpin etc. were as close to kyiv as the russians got. in one interview I saw, a resident of bucha also said that the russians were behaving ok for much of the time and only started murdering like crazy in the last 4-5 days. this was probably linked to the point in time when the russians realized that they weren’t going to get into kyiv, or perhaps even when the soldiers on the ground heard that they were going to retreat soon and that essentially all their losses in that region had been for nothing.

      on the other hand, mariupol is largely russian-speaking and basically at the center of the minimum of territory that the russians may settle for taking (land bridge to crimea), and they nonetheless chose to completely destroy the city rather than even remotely trying to leave it intact for the takeover. a similar situation is kharkiv, ukraine’s second city and just about the most russian place in ukraine. the only explanation for this that I can see is that the russians prefer to take over the mariupol area with no city and no people to taking it over with a city that contains any ukrainians hostile to them. basically they appear to want to displace everybody by destroying their homes and then resettle the region with russians while more or less rebuilding.

  2. To be a female POW of such a vicious regime…. I can imagine the things left unsaid. My heart goes out to these women. 💓💓💓

  3. Never forget what Russia has done, and never give them any quarter till Putin and the autocratic regime is in jail or hung for their war crimes here and the other countries they committed war crimes in

    1. ^^In regard to my previous comment,

      And “*dumb*” in addition to “propagandized and barbaric”

      but apparently youtube shadow deletes my comment when you call someone “dumb” 🙄

      PS: you wont silence me youtube!!!!!! 😡🤬😡🤬

  4. Horrible we had forgotten for a long time how inhuman some military’s can be, brave unkainers will never give up🙌🏼🇺🇦

  5. If the UN security council has to have a veto, it should need at least 1 concurrence to go into affect. We cannot allow rogue states to block UN action so easily if it is to fulfill its primary purpose and prevent any further global wars.

    1. Just to be clear, you thinmk US would allow that? To be able to meet a vote in UN security council they and be voted down there? I ya have happend many times, when USA was lone vote….
      But – yes, if you ask the rest of the world we agree on that, plz!

    2. @Bimmer Fan No expulsion without the ICC investigating both sides. Russia has called for an independent investigation and the US should support this.

  6. my heart goes out to the pows period. none of that treatment is justified. its to bad they cant at least suspend russia’s voting power yes or no. they shouldnt have any voting privaleges rite now

    1. Seems To Me Harshly Though These Guys and Ladies Were Treated? They Were Treated Better Than The U.S. Prisoners At Gitmo Or Abu Grabid!

    2. SORRY ! Should Of Been An Exclamation Mark After My First Sentence! NO Question They Were Harshly Treated!

  7. Welcome home heroes of Ukraine, I pray you all recover completely from the trauma you suffered brothers and sisters. Love and Respect to you from the USA. SLAVA UKRAINI!

    1. Did you know where this country is before the events? Have you helped refugees from Ukraine in any way? And from the Donbass, which Ukraine held at gunpoint? Or maybe you helped the people of Iraq or Libya?

  8. I am so happy that these people aren’t in the hands of Russia.They will be needing support, physical and mentality.Bless all of them.

    1. Did you know where this country is before the events? Have you helped refugees from Ukraine in any way? And from the Donbass, which Ukraine held at gunpoint? Or maybe you helped the people of Iraq or Libya?

    2. @Mobarok Khan So denial-of-services/fill-fill-up-the-comment-boards are what the indian trolls are gonna try?? Lmao.

  9. My heart is with Ukraine and all the people affected and opposed to this horrible war caused by Russia. Shame on Pootin.

    1. @M S Oh please ..wake up…Ma to is very aware of russian aggression repeatedly. But continue to remain defensible…yafos

  10. I was wondering when we would hear about what the soldiers have done independently to the people they capture. This always happens in wars soldiers get messed up in the head but, they are not innocent victims. They signed up knowing everything that could happen. They are not exactly innocent little angels even if they claim they didn’t want the invasion. If they were really being honest about it then they would treat their victims with more respect and just bomb buildings and leave people alone. To the Russian soldiers I would say, you can blame your leader for the war but you can’t blame him for your own actions in private. You CHOSE to do that. What they didn’t realize is how strong Ukrainian people are. When war started, this was my first thought I know what news is coming about what the soldiers would do and it would eat away at me. Ukraine big hugs to all of you innocent victims stay strong may God be with you. And may God also make way for Russians to learn truth of their leader and and stand against his evil. I am sure majority of them know the truth but they know what their leader is capable of and they are just too scared to admit truth. Well learn from Ukrainians to be brave. You aren’t safe just because you back a liar he would turn on you in a heartbeat so stop backing him and stand for truth people.

  11. We shall never forgive! We shall never forget!
    Back In 1939 in Poland the russians slaugtered 20 thousand of Polish POWs, when they invaded my country together with their best friend Adolf Hitler.The people in my village used to hide children in the mountains high up in caves, where those thugs couldn’t find them. We have here first hand experience of “ruskij mir- Russian peace”.
    Slava Ukrainie!

    1. @Marquise Dmc Yes and you have forgotten that we are sending in aid as well along with Javelins(those anti-tank missiles that lead to them taking down the very tank that run over Ukrainian civilians). Also Britain send in aid as well along with the NLAW(another launcher that takes down tanks). Not to mention that the US has opened it’s borders as well(more then 150 000 Ukrainians are heading there).

      Those sanctions are helping Ukraine as well because war cost money and Russian currency(the ruble is worth less then an pennies)

      Not to mention that the volunteers that are coming on the daily are from countries like the US, Britain, Canada, Germany, Poland and so forth to join up with the Ukrainian Army in their fight against Putin Regime. So do not insult the very people that are helping a country that didn’t deserve this and if you want someone to blame then blame the very man who ordered the invasion, Dictator Putin.

    2. There should be an IMMEDIATE WAR TAX placed on all exports to Companies, Oligiarchs and Entities charged or inflicting illegal WARS. This tax can support the country and countries affected by these crimes.

    3. Europe is more than willing to cut off buying fuel from Russia but they need alternative sources of fuel.

  12. My thoughts and prayers are with these strong survivors, may they soon see Ukraine as victorious 💛💙

  13. Praise God they were released alive. So sorry to hear of the terrible abuse they endured. Praying for these precious people daily!💛💙

    1. @Warlord Imperius obvious answer uf you have no faith you havent seen any blessings, wish you the best never to late

    2. That shaving of the heads thing, and the ‘filtration camps’, what does THAT remind you of! Nazi Russia has to be stopped! And it was a good point about India, too, I’ve been wondering why that hasn’t been mentioned like at all.

  14. The heart is for every civilian that has lost their life.❤No one will forget this.
    Putin started the war in Ukraine.
    I hope that everyone who has murdered, tortured, raped and executed civilians during the war will be imprisoned for the rest of their lives.

    1. Did you know where this country is before the events? Have you helped refugees from Ukraine in any way? And from the Donbass, which Ukraine held at gunpoint? Or maybe you helped the people of Iraq or Libya?

  15. A Tribute to Ukraine 

    The Fight

    Where were you 
    when the walls came crumbling down.
    Fearing for our lives
    In our home towns.

    Where children once played 
    Laughter was everywhere
    We now find graves 
    Seems like only…we care.

    But now,
    We’re standing side by side 
    Defending arm in arm
    Praying for our lives.

    And now,
    We’re standing toe to toe
    Fighting hand to hand
    Dying for our nation’s soul.

    Instrumental 🎶 

    If we lose.
    If this was our last fight.
    I promise you
    We didn’t run and hide.

    Only one way to live
    Head high and full of pride
    What we would give
    Our blood and tears we cried.

    But now,
    We’re standing side by side 
    Defending arm in arm
    Praying for our lives.

    And now,
    We’re standing toe to toe
    Fighting hand to hand
    Dying for our nation’s soul.

    Instrumental 🎶 

    A burst of lightning 
    coming from the morning sky
    confuses all 
    We will not run and hide.

    But now,
    We’re standing side by side 
    Defending arm in arm
    Praying for our lives.

    And now,
    We’re standing toe to toe
    Fighting hand to hand
    Dying for our nation’s…..

    And then,
    There’s one thing that remains.
    Fight until the death 
    Fight for our Ukraine. 

    But now, 
    Our prayers were not met
    By those who stood by
    By those who would forget. .

    By Humble Driver

  16. “It’s not the Russians soldiers fault they got sent to Ukraine”
    This is becoming a more and more indefensible position by the day as we see what the boots on the ground did while they were occupying areas. Just following orders isn’t an excuse.

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