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Russians are starting to realize Putin is leading them down a bloody abyss – Tymchuk

Russians are starting to realize Putin is leading them down a bloody abyss – Tymchuk

Every Russian killed is a step closer to ending the aggression in Donbas.

For the first time since the start of the Russian invasion six months ago, Russians are starting to see the light and realize what a bloody abyss Putin is leading them down – Dmytro Tymchuk, coordinator of the “Information Resistance” blogged on his FaceBook page.

“There is barely any compassion nor sympathy in the Russian Federation towards the daily Kremlin inspired killing of Ukrainians. But suddenly Russians are realizing they are paying a heavy price for their euphoric theft of Ukrainian territories and Ukrainian sovereignty. This price is the lives of their own soldiers.”

Dmytro Tymchuk

“Every soldier killed in Ukraine – whether mercenary or serviceman- is another step nearer to halting the bloodbath in Donbas. And it is also another step towards the enlightenment of Russian society and its impact on its leaders to stop their aggression. I don’t know how many more Russian invaders and aggressors need to be killed before the presently feeble voice of Russian mothers will be heard in the Kremlin. But that voice has finally sounded, and that’s a positive sign.”

[hr]Source:   translated by Adrian Bryttan

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