Christine Lagarde spills the beans on everything (Digital Euro control scheme, failed sanctions etc). Brilliance from Vovan and Lexus
This is awesome, informative and entertaining all at once. She fell for it hook, line and sinker... Full video prank with European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde In a conversation with our «Zelensky», Ms. Lagarde complained that sanctions against Russia had failed From https://twitter.com/GraphicW5/status/1636899808425246720
This might actually work because I think I might die from cringe.
Another alternative would be to sign up as volunteers and provide bodies in the trenches around Artemovsk so the actual soldiers could be evacuated and fight another day.
Not endorsing it, just weighing the options that would help Ukrainan solders more.
This is how the Ukrainian armed forces and police treated protestors against the coup, while they were still unarmed and peaceful (compared to say current protestors in Georgia or BLM).
We have also seen their air force bomb civilians in Luhansk and state supported mobs burning people alive in Odessa.
This is what a US funded coup actually looks like, despite the media obediently ignoring it.
"The motherland appealed to you, and you came and fought. Moreover, you fought in such a way that everyone in hell was scared."
We publish the statement of Yevgeny Prigozhin:
"Today, RT released the film "Zone of Redemption" about the fighters of the Wagner PMC, who came to us voluntarily from prisons and camps. Thanks to these guys and thanks to the film crew".
This film contains interviews with yesterday's prisoners, a chronicle of military training in conditions as close as possible to combat, as well as unique footage of the assault on Artyomovsk (Bakhmut), in which those who decided to atone for their guilt with blood instead of prison took part.
Mirrored from R&U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0NabV9YCE0
A resident of Soledar Sergey told how the Russian military helped his family to leave the city. According to him, it was no longer possible to live under regular shelling by Ukrainian nationalists - only ruins remained of the house, and he and his wife were injured.
Russian servicemen came to the city to evacuate their wounded colleague, and found out that civilians remained in the houses. They could not remain indifferent and helped to take them out of the city. According to Sergei, another 13 people were evacuated, including three children.
As we are approaching the 1 year anniversary of the SMO I think it is important to remember why it happened and what preceeded it.
Here is just a handful of incidents that western media have been quiet about (not to mention the still ongoing attacks on civilian targets in Donetsk).
Lugansk 2014-06-02, Ukraine Air Force bombs civilians
Poroshenko (then President) outlines the strategy of keeping Donbass children in their basements and their pensioners in poverty (2014 Odessa)
Azov Crucifixion of separatist soldier in 2015
The last one is controversial, but given what has happened later (like Ukrainians executing of POWs and civilians on camera, digging out the eyes of POWS while the POWs are still alive, shooting POWs so they bleed out on camera, the use of nerve gas canisters dropped from drones etc) it is clear that this should be considered as normal behavior by Azov and similar groups. We also see the brutality against civilians in the other clips if there was any doubt of what they are capable of.
No fact checker has been able to prove it is false, but the masked perpetrators have not been identified either. What you believe is your choice.