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Live... from the UN Russia makes a move into Ukraine... as a "peacekeeper".  Putin see Kiev and the Ukraine as part of mother Russia historically and this move should have been don

Russian are getting hurt badly too. Check this out:  IMG_0149.MOV  

The Ukraine War got uglier this week. Heavier sanctions were imposed, Russia deliberately bombed a maternity hospital, Russia started recruiting “volunteer” “soldiers” from the Middle East Syria, and

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European Union foreign ministers agreed Friday to freeze the assets of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, the first time the two men have been targeted personally by such measures, but details on other measures were still unclear. 

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Eastern European countries and France have backed cutting off Russia from SWIFT, which would make it more difficult for Russian entities to process transactions and could hobble the Russian economy’s ability to do business beyond its borders.

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Russia's plans weren't to lose 10,000 men, close to 2,000 vehicles, and over 70 aircraft and be 10 days in without having gained significant ground.

Interviews from captured Russian soldiers have indicated that they were told they'd be greeted as liberators and that the Ukrainians people would welcome them to free them from what they'd been told by Russian propaganda was a fascist regime.

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The Ukraine War got uglier this week. Heavier sanctions were imposed, Russia deliberately bombed a maternity hospital, Russia started recruiting “volunteer” “soldiers” from the Middle East Syria, and there are fears that Vladimir Putin, currently the world’s most hated man, may resort to chemical —or even nuclear— weapons as his situation grows more paranoid and desperate. Reports are emerging that Russia’s attack on a nuclear power plant was almost much, much worse. And it’s only like week three of this War. This is Collapse.

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4 minutes ago, TheWorldNewsOrg said:

The Ukraine War got uglier this week. Heavier sanctions were imposed, Russia deliberately bombed a maternity hospital, Russia started recruiting “volunteer” “soldiers” from the Middle East Syria, and there are fears that Vladimir Putin, currently the world’s most hated man, may resort to chemical —or even nuclear— weapons as his situation grows more paranoid and desperate. Reports are emerging that Russia’s attack on a nuclear power plant was almost much, much worse. And it’s only like week three of this War. This is Collapse.

Not to mention some people have started to become somewhat racist against Russians, namely Facebook/META.

Some people also noted that in Mariupol, Azov was also in the area prior to what the Russians did, then again, one has to really research these things. As for the Syrians, they are a known Russian ally so it was no surprise any of their allies would support them. China is in the books still, some speculate North Korea also.

It's going to get messy going forward, and everyone will pay indirectly unfortunately.

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