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“Don’t go closer to the sea.” — Half an Hour on the Ground in Mariupol


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  • John Venlet April 13, 2022, 10:36 AM

    Heartbreaking, yes, destruction, yes, but note the resilience of the residents who have remained, most of whom were unflinching at the sounds of shelling and gunfire (the one gal I saw flinched, I admit). This is probably the most truthful reporting I’ve seen in years. I was also somewhat surprised at how openly the residents still remaining spoke, and that when they spoke about Russian troops had nothing but words of gratitude for the assistance provided. I come away with the impression, also, that the remaining residents are rather clear eyed about what is actually happening. This was definitely not fake news.

  • james wilson April 13, 2022, 2:25 PM

    For those who do not see the vid through, residents were told by Ukrainian forces to gather at the school and railway station to remain safe and those places were shelled that night. The civilians did not fall for that ruse.

  • ghostsniper April 13, 2022, 2:41 PM

    This ones getting stale, time for something new…

  • KCK April 13, 2022, 7:33 PM

    I cursory look at his channel shows it’s whole milk Russian news (Goebbels style).

    Slaps forehead!

    • James ONeil April 14, 2022, 12:40 PM

      Yep he’s pro Russian, doesn’t mean his report is wrong. Propaganda to the right, propaganda to the left. Both need to be viewed critically and both need to be viewed else we end up accepting, ’cause we hear nothing but such over and over, the party line that all Ukrainians are saints.