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Russia's Pussy Riot on European tour to help Ukraine

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No matter how hard some Russians try to oppose Putin and the war, they like all other Russians will be discriminated and hated by the western world! These innocent Russians will face constant frowning upon with the mere sight of being Russians! Some who can’t publicly oppose Putin because of the fear of their life as well as the life of their families will be banned from international sports and even traveling in the days ahead e.g footballers and tennis players who are all banned despite not supporting the war at all! Makes one wonder if this in turn will push Russians to the extreme since they are being punished regardless!

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Good for them !

but beware the wrath of Putin - he has shown he will deal harshly with those who oppose him

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Go, girls!

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Ugh. Nasty bunch. Church desecrators.

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tooheysnewToday  08:15 am JST

Good for them !

but beware the wrath of Putin - he has shown he will deal harshly with those who oppose him

And the same goes for the Svetlanas. They're a punk band popular in Russia. while on tour in Europe they were told not to return to Russia upon risking arrest on arrival. They don't like Putin either. I saw and met them a few years ago at a club. They are fierce speedy players and their singer Olga can truly sneer her angst in her lyrics. Offstage, however she's really a sweetheart and the others (all men) are pretty cool too.

socrateosToday  11:08 am JST

Go, girls!

Yes. Like the Svetlanas, we support you too! Just don't let Pudding Head send any strange agents your way. Keep your top eye open.

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Sing it! Take a stand and hopefully people will find the courage to push back.

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Ukraine is systematic being destroyed,too the point it will be unsustainable for the average Ukrainian,Russian have systematic destroyed economy, ability to refine gas,an export crops,food,fuel and fuses win wars,how is Putin eating an Ukrainian elephant,one bite at a time, Ukraine need an aggressive strategy by invading Belarus and Russia, Ukraine has months ,not years to pacify Russia

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I agree. Ukraine should be launching missiles deep into Russia to let the Russian people know they are part of a war.

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I agree. Ukraine should be launching missiles deep into Russia to let the Russian people know they are part of a war.

That would lead to more civilian deaths of people entirely unrelated to this conflict.

I understand the need to make the Russian people more aware of the war, and the desire for vengeance, but doing this would probably only make the Russian forces in Ukraine even more savage. And that would lead to more Ukranian civilians being killed.

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That would lead to more civilian deaths of people entirely unrelated to this conflict.

And would lead to less deaths in Ukraine, by people unrelated to this conflict. As long as the people of Russia support Putin, Putin can continue to kill Ukrainians. So the Ukrainians should let Russians know they are at war. Once Russians start seeing missile launches on power stations and strategic points inside Russia, they’ll realize they’re part of a war.

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Once Russians start seeing missile launches on power stations and strategic points inside Russia, they’ll realize they’re part of a war.

Fair point, strategic targets are fair game. I thought you might have been suggesting that Ukraine be as indiscriminate in its destruction as the Russians have.

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> StrangerlandMay 14  11:39 pm JST

I agree. Ukraine should be launching missiles deep into Russia to let the Russian people know they are part of a war.

That's been happening already.

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