Russian troops enter Ukraine's 2nd largest city


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Russian troops enter Ukraine's 2nd largest city



Street fighting broke out in Ukraine’s second-largest city and Russian troops squeezed strategic ports in the country’s south on Sunday (Feb. 27)

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  1. USA and NATO are greatly to be blamed for advancing NATO up to Russia's doorstep, and US specifically as being part of the effort for genocide within Ukraine, and as well Ukrainian corruption over the last several decades. Zelensky is not the first leader of Ukraine causing atrocities in the eastern part of the country and he specifically signed an order to treat them as having less rights than those in the rest of the country. Look how US freaked out over missiles in Cuba. Now imagine had Argentina joined a military alliance with Russia and moved all the way up to Mexico. US would not stand for it.

  2. Ukraine saw the largest improvement on the 2021 Global Peace Index

    Ukraine recorded the largest improvement in peacefulness on the 2021 GPI with its score improving by 7.6%, leading to a rise of five places in the rankings to 142nd.

    Interesting. Can look it up and verify it too.

  3. If this was a real invasion and a real war, Ukraine wouldn't last a week.
    Don't like what's going on then I suggest you file your complaints to the world economic forum theater director.

  4. Amid soaring tensions with Russia, the United States is spending a
    fortune on foreign interference campaigns in Ukraine. Washington’s
    regime-change arm, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), has spent $22.4
    million on operations inside the country since 2014, when
    democratically-elected President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown and
    replaced by a successor government handpicked by the U.S. Those
    operations included propping up and training pro-Western political
    parties, funding pliant media organizations, and subsidizing massive
    privatization drives that benefit foreign multinational corporations,
    all in an effort to secure U.S. control over the country that NED
    President Carl Gershman called “the biggest prize” in Europe.