You’d think that with all the problems that Ukraine has—as a failed state propped up by the official West (in my opinion)—they’d be focusing on something other than toppling monuments and “renaming Russia to Muscovy.” But that’s wishful thinking. 🤦🏻♀️ https://t.co/Su9DTPlM7D
“Don’t try to make money off the conflict. Call for negotiations!” - Canada’s deputy PM Chrystia Freeland (of Nazi collaborator grandfather fame) gets confronted on Ukraine. https://t.co/RZSimLLFAH
Seventh, in my view, in addition to politically weaponizing the 1930s famine, the focus on Ukraine is a deflection from the terror that the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) and then the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) perpetrated against other groups in the 1930s-1945.
Fifth, by making the 1930s Soviet famine purely about Ukraine, you're ignoring those in other republics who suffered from it. Sixth, OF COURSE, the Western establishment uses this event for ideological reasons to attack Russia.
On "Holodomor": First, the 1932/3 famine in the Soviet Union affected multiple regions, not just Ukraine. Second, western Ukraine was not part of the Soviet Union. Third, there were other factors like weather conditions and a poor harvest in 1931/2.👇
Russians, even kids, have no right to life, nor does Russia. It’s just a border between China and Finland. So says this member of Ukraine’s territorial defense, Olga Lakunova, who was exchanged as a POW. “Tough, but fair,” the presenter responds. We’ve heard this before 2022. 👇🏻 https://t.co/pHwTMLQHrn
Polish publication Dziennik Polityczny published an article claiming there are ~1,800 Polish “volunteers” fighting on the Kiev side and thus questions Poland’s direct participation in the conflict in Ukraine. https://t.co/wIULJl2h7M
Kakhovka Hydroelectric Station received "significant" damage, and its repair may take more than a year. 😬 Remember, Russia drained the dam for a while in an attempt to minimize some of the catastrophic damage to the area should Ukraine choose to destroy it.