And there are often unintended consequences
Thanks bob for being a real human being very well put in many ways indeed medias I don’t trust them anymore I hope your friends can get the cabin all good things during this seige it’s been a very weird two years
For some odd reason I can’t “like” the post, only the comments. Is a cliché by now the phrase “the first victim ik war is truth”. We are constantly subject to propaganda from both sides. There’s no winners among the civilians in any war. The narratives to justify either side are just narratives. We can always take a step back to look the bigger picture and in the bigger picture all wars are unjustified and just an expression of how easily humans can become prey of mass psychosis.
As always Bob right on the button and very objective and balanced in your opinión, particularly as regards the Ukraine.
I am amazed at the amount of anti Russian/Putin propaganda that we are all now being subjected to.
I found Mr. Parhomov's opinión highly iluminating!
All the very best to you and your family
Thanks. seems like valuable information. I wonder if Alexander could discuss 'tartaria' and 'khazarian mafia', which seem to be popular topics on social media in the west.
I am dual citizen of both Russia (2000-2013) and Ukraine (1979-1999) and I think I can provide some comments on this. I am living in the USA since 2013, so I see the situation since 2014 from a different point of view.
In my view Alexander is a victim of Russian propaganda.
The reason for this is media in Russia fully owned by government. NTV was the last major TV network - forced to be under government in 2001, two years into Putin's ruling.
By visiting family in Russia and Ukraine in 2016 and in 2021 I was watching this propaganda TV in Russia, and let me say this - Russian propaganda is light years ahead of what I've seen in the US. I have no doubt 70% of Russians support this special operation. They have been brainwashed. They were told many different things which are not true. But lie if repeat 1000 times becomes something in what people believe.