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  1. Condolences to all the Mothers . Fathers and families who lost a loved ones
    This is so sad and heartbreaking for the people of Ukraine 🇺🇦

    1. Obama’s real name is Barry Sotoro. He bombed millions of civilians in the middle East, bit the very dumbed down sheep didn’t care. Fake media tells them what to care about. Btw Barry called his ‘wife’, MICHAEL, many times. (It accidently slipped out. Research, sheeple. Use those tiny minds!)

    2. 🤡😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣Long life Russia🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺❤and Putin🍸🍸🍸

    3. Zelensky on your conscience dead innocent people You allowed the war No NATO bases in Ukraine NATO bases in Ukraine endanger Russia. Russia defends its people from NATO threats

  2. “[…] You fell upon us while we were busy examining in our hearts whether we had the right on our side […] These scruples, paid for in blood, gave us the right today to think that we were with entered this war clean-handed, and that we came out of it clean-handed. […] We will triumph thanks to this defeat, thanks to this long journey that has made us see our reasons, thanks to this suffering whose injustice we have felt and from which we have learned a lesson. We learned the secret of every victory. We learned that, contrary to our previous belief, the spirit can do nothing against the sword, but that the spirit united with the sword always remains victor over the sword drawn for its own sake. We only accepted the sword after we knew the Spirit was with us. […] It took the torment of the flesh before we could empower the spirit. Because you only really own what you paid for. We paid dearly and are still paying. But we have our certainties, our justice: your defeat is inevitable. […] I’ve never believed in the power of truth per se, but it’s a lot to know that all things equal, truth is stronger than lies. […] We fight for nuances, but nuances that are as important as the human being himself. We fight for the nuance that separates sacrifice from mysticism, energy from violence, force from cruelty. […] They tried to lure me down the path that you had taken and that the spirit of the spirit is ashamed of. But the spirit takes revenge! […] What is spirit? At least we know its opposite: murder. what is the human? It is at least that power that finally sweeps away tyrants and gods. […]”

    (French Nobel Prize winner Albert Camus during World War II “To a German Friend”)

    🇺🇦

    1. ⭕️RUSSIAN HERE HELLO 👋 AMERICANS , WHERE were your prayers when THE US invaded irak killed babies! started an unprovoked WAR over weapons of MASS DEStructions ??? ⭕️

    2. @Cho Cho republikkkans had to stage a war somewhere after 8/11 so why not go after the wrong guy that’s the republikkkan way

  3. My condolences to every family and civilian being targeted by tyrant Putin and his hateful horrid agenda. I’m so sorry that this is happening.

    1. @Millmoor Michael Lies. Russia does not destroy civilians, unlike the United States. Forgot about Yugoslavia, about carpet bombing? How many innocent people have been killed by America and NATO? Shame!!! Russia does not bomb cities, we do not kill civilians. This is CNN lying to you. Everything was blocked so that you Americans would not see the truth. And you believe fakes.

    2. @RyukolI WHERE AMERICA IS WAR: 1937 – Nicaragua. With the help of American troops, the dictator Somoza comes to power, replacing the legitimate government of H. Sakasa.
      1939 – the introduction of troops into China.
      1947-1949 – Greece. American troops are involved in the civil war, supporting the Nazis.
      1948-1953 – military operations in the Philippines.
      1950 – Puerto Rican uprising is crushed by American troops.
      1950-1953 – armed intervention in Korea, about a million American soldiers.
      1958 – Lebanon. The occupation of the country, the fight against the rebels.
      1958 – confrontation with Panama.
      1959 – America sends troops to Laos, the first clashes of American troops in Vietnam begin.
      1959 – Haiti. The suppression of a popular uprising against the pro-American government.
      1960 – after José Maria Velasco was elected president of Ecuador and refused to comply with US demands to break off relations with Cuba, the Americans carried out several military operations and organized a coup.
      1960 – US troops enter Guatemala to prevent the removal of a US puppet from power.
      1965-1973 – military aggression against Vietnam.
      1966 – Guatemala. … US troops entered the country, massacres of Indians were arranged, who were considered potential rebels.
      1966 – military assistance to the pro-American governments of Indonesia and the Philippines.
      1971-1973 – bombing of Laos.
      1972 – Nicaragua. American troops are brought in to support the government, beneficial to Washington.
      1983 – military intervention in Grenada, about 2 thousand marines.
      1986 – attack on Libya. Bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi.
      1988 US invasion of Honduras
      1988 – USS Vincennes, in the Persian Gulf, shot down an Iranian plane with 290 passengers on board, including 57 children.
      1989 – US troops quell riots in the Virgin Islands.
      1991 – large-scale military action against Iraq
      1992-1994 – occupation of Somalia
      1998 – Sudan. The Americans destroy a pharmaceutical plant with missiles, claiming that it produces nerve gas.
      1999 – Ignoring the norms of international law, bypassing the UN and the Security Council, the United States launched a 78-day aerial bombing campaign by NATO forces against the sovereign state of Yugoslavia.
      2001 – invasion of Afghanistan.
      2003 bombing of Iraq.
      2011 – Libya.
      2013 – Syria
      2014 – Ukraine

    3. @Mike Vega WHERE AMERICA IS WAR: 1937 – Nicaragua. With the help of American troops, the dictator Somoza comes to power, replacing the legitimate government of H. Sakasa.
      1939 – the introduction of troops into China.
      1947-1949 – Greece. American troops are involved in the civil war, supporting the Nazis.
      1948-1953 – military operations in the Philippines.
      1950 – Puerto Rican uprising is crushed by American troops.
      1950-1953 – armed intervention in Korea, about a million American soldiers.
      1958 – Lebanon. The occupation of the country, the fight against the rebels.
      1958 – confrontation with Panama.
      1959 – America sends troops to Laos, the first clashes of American troops in Vietnam begin.
      1959 – Haiti. The suppression of a popular uprising against the pro-American government.
      1960 – after José Maria Velasco was elected president of Ecuador and refused to comply with US demands to break off relations with Cuba, the Americans carried out several military operations and organized a coup.
      1960 – US troops enter Guatemala to prevent the removal of a US puppet from power.
      1965-1973 – military aggression against Vietnam.
      1966 – Guatemala. … US troops entered the country, massacres of Indians were arranged, who were considered potential rebels.
      1966 – military assistance to the pro-American governments of Indonesia and the Philippines.
      1971-1973 – bombing of Laos.
      1972 – Nicaragua. American troops are brought in to support the government, beneficial to Washington.
      1983 – military intervention in Grenada, about 2 thousand marines.
      1986 – attack on Libya. Bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi.
      1988 US invasion of Honduras
      1988 – USS Vincennes, in the Persian Gulf, shot down an Iranian plane with 290 passengers on board, including 57 children.
      1989 – US troops quell riots in the Virgin Islands.
      1991 – large-scale military action against Iraq
      1992-1994 – occupation of Somalia
      1998 – Sudan. The Americans destroy a pharmaceutical plant with missiles, claiming that it produces nerve gas.
      1999 – Ignoring the norms of international law, bypassing the UN and the Security Council, the United States launched a 78-day aerial bombing campaign by NATO forces against the sovereign state of Yugoslavia.
      2001 – invasion of Afghanistan.
      2003 bombing of Iraq.
      2011 – Libya.
      2013 – Syria
      2014 – Ukraine

    4. @OLEG FRYNDAK WHERE AMERICA IS WAR: 1937 – Nicaragua. With the help of American troops, the dictator Somoza comes to power, replacing the legitimate government of H. Sakasa.
      1939 – the introduction of troops into China.
      1947-1949 – Greece. American troops are involved in the civil war, supporting the Nazis.
      1948-1953 – military operations in the Philippines.
      1950 – Puerto Rican uprising is crushed by American troops.
      1950-1953 – armed intervention in Korea, about a million American soldiers.
      1958 – Lebanon. The occupation of the country, the fight against the rebels.
      1958 – confrontation with Panama.
      1959 – America sends troops to Laos, the first clashes of American troops in Vietnam begin.
      1959 – Haiti. The suppression of a popular uprising against the pro-American government.
      1960 – after José Maria Velasco was elected president of Ecuador and refused to comply with US demands to break off relations with Cuba, the Americans carried out several military operations and organized a coup.
      1960 – US troops enter Guatemala to prevent the removal of a US puppet from power.
      1965-1973 – military aggression against Vietnam.
      1966 – Guatemala. … US troops entered the country, massacres of Indians were arranged, who were considered potential rebels.
      1966 – military assistance to the pro-American governments of Indonesia and the Philippines.
      1971-1973 – bombing of Laos.
      1972 – Nicaragua. American troops are brought in to support the government, beneficial to Washington.
      1983 – military intervention in Grenada, about 2 thousand marines.
      1986 – attack on Libya. Bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi.
      1988 US invasion of Honduras
      1988 – USS Vincennes, in the Persian Gulf, shot down an Iranian plane with 290 passengers on board, including 57 children.
      1989 – US troops quell riots in the Virgin Islands.
      1991 – large-scale military action against Iraq
      1992-1994 – occupation of Somalia
      1998 – Sudan. The Americans destroy a pharmaceutical plant with missiles, claiming that it produces nerve gas.
      1999 – Ignoring the norms of international law, bypassing the UN and the Security Council, the United States launched a 78-day aerial bombing campaign by NATO forces against the sovereign state of Yugoslavia.
      2001 – invasion of Afghanistan.
      2003 bombing of Iraq.
      2011 – Libya.
      2013 – Syria
      2014 – Ukraine

    5. @RyukolI The coefficient of your mental development discourages any desire to discuss this topic with you. In addition to the fact that I’m a troll … is there something else to say, or does the American not have enough brains?

  4. The wounds of War Run Deep cutting across Generations but hopefully in this situation there is some kind hope of healing after this so long as there is Souls Among them whose hearts are still filled with love rather than hate🤔

    1. Zelensky on your conscience dead innocent people You allowed the war No NATO bases in Ukraine NATO bases in Ukraine endanger Russia. Russia defends its people from NATO threats

    1. Zelensky on your conscience dead innocent people You allowed the war No NATO bases in Ukraine NATO bases in Ukraine endanger Russia. Russia defends its people from NATO threats

    2. @Nyla let’s the fakest news ageny on planet Earth to do it’s thinking for it. (No pronouns for sheepy little nyla)!

    3. @Cho Cho it’s totally ok to critize the politics of a country. But it’s NOT ok to do that to justify war crimes of another country! Your president is doing war crimes NOW! Ukrainians are your brothers and you think it’s ok to try to wipe them from the map?
      Russia granted Ukraine is sovereignty and got their nuclear weapons.

    4. @эммм Putin isn’t afraid of Nato and he never was. If so, he could never stationed up to 190k troops around Ukrainian border for month.
      Everyday they change their stories why they attack Ukraine. Finnland and Sweden got threatened not to join Nato while they never thought to join the Nato.
      But the threats made them to think about it now. Russia had a partnership with Nato. Putin and even Trump destroyed it.
      Nato was dead. Putin reactivated the defense alliance.
      When the baltic states and others joined the Nato, Putin was smiling and made jokes. There’s still an old BBC interview from that time.
      Just yesterday Kremlin threatened Nato again. Putin told Macron and Scholz that Russia is ready for talkings in the Normandy format, he told the world he won’t attack Ukraine. He just lied!
      And btw if Putin gets Ukraine, he much closer to Nato territory! Where’s the sense behind it when Nato would have been such a big threat?

  5. War is RAW, but L.O.V.E. is the A.N.S.W.E.R. This hurts me as a U.S. Navy Veteran to witness this atrocity of a war crime. I give my deepest condolences to all the lives that were lost. I am glad I donated to a charity to help these fine Ukranians. Prayers for this war to end A.S.A.P., y may Russia and Ukraine be at peace with one another. 1. ❤ ✌ 🌎 🙏

    1. Usa killed so many people in afghanistan Iraq Syria. Under the banner was human rights and mass destruction. Same usa supported saddam to wage war against Iran for 10 years

    2. @J H Ukranians pick up rifles to defend themselves, heroes. Palestinians pick up rocks and stones to defend themselves, terrorist. US definitions of ‘terrorist’ is unreliable. Dont get me wrong. I support ukrainians rights to defend themselves. So does the palestinians. 🇺🇦 May peace prevails.

  6. My heart is breaking.💔💔💔💔💔💔🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦 We MUST do more to help Ukraine. 💔💔💔💔😢😢😢😢😢

  7. Serbian saying: “In war the politicians give ammunition, the rich give the food and the poor give their children… When the war is over the politicians get back the leftover ammunition, t he rich grow more food and the poor search for the graves of their children.”
    In contemporary times, whether it is the president of a democratic country or the king of a dictatorial country, a leader who can solve problems that can be solved by diplomacy, but leads the war to his own country and affects the poor, is absolutely stupid.

    1. Well funny that is exactly what is happening, but I don’t think either would have agreed in a ”diplomatic’ talks anyway. It’s a sad reality, but people also fight and have fought for ur interests as well. Without any military or expansion ur country would have been like what is going on in ukraine it’s going to be used between 2 big powers. Especially when it has no nukes and a lot of resources or geopolitical interests. This is why ukraine should not have given up nukes lol. All countries will side either like what nato is or side with russia, both have nukes and want to be protected inside that umbrella. Since EU is a better economically party, is why ukraine might side and want a member of eu and especially nato, not to get attacked. The same with ”iraq” if they really had wmd’s ‘nukes’ , the U.S would not have invaded.
      Welcome to the world lol.

    2. Zelensky on your conscience dead innocent people You allowed the war No NATO bases in Ukraine NATO bases in Ukraine endanger Russia. Russia defends its people from NATO threats

  8. I don’t want to see blood on the sidewalk. I want to see the smoldering wreckage of the 17 or 40 (whatever size it is) mile column of Russian military equipment!

  9. This is a portrayal of senseless brutality and devastation brought to us by an old pal of Trump’s

  10. May Putin rot in hell for such barbaric attacks on innocent people. And May every blood she’d cry for justice.

  11. Senseless terror and lives lost. So sad. We need to appreciate our freedom and military in the U.S.

  12. *While condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine, why we don’t see the same international condemnation of the Israeli colonizer who has been oppressing the Palestinians for decades ?*

  13. Glory to the Ukrainian people for their courage, strength and fighting spirit.

    And big thanks to the Polish Nation and Great Britain, which were the first to provide immediate military aid, and to the Polish Nation also for humanitarian aid for Ukrainian mothers and children.
    Western nations, no time to go back and wait !!!

    Remember the words, the prophetic words:
    Words by Winston Churchill after the Munich Conference in 1938.
    “Our government had a choice to choose war or dishonor, it chose dishonor”.
    But he did not avoid World War II in 1939.

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