Russian War Crimes

Barbarism holds weight over the people in the Russian War, you said ”Never Again” world what a wasted lie your about to see. “Again” in the worst way,

World Predictions 5-29-22

My heart breaks. As this horrible prediction is happening.

26 thoughts on “Russian War Crimes

    1. It seems that some videos, clips etc are only available to the US. Earlier in the year I was invited to Oneness Talk Radio and was locked out till the program had finished.

  1. Eric, do you see the Queens Funeral going well without incident tomorrow, with all the worlds leaders attending?

  2. “Never again” is what they say about the Holocaust never happening again. It sadly seems like since Russia is losing this war they are just gonna commit a genocide against the Ukrainian people based on this prediction

    1. I remember as a child thinking about the holocaust about WW2 thinking wow that could never happen in my lifetime and here we are, torturing civilians, why? It just makes me want to vomit.

      1. I am still crying every day since the war started. It is a feeling of helplessness and a feeling that the history repeats again. I want to vomit when I see the Russian TV propaganda videos on internet. Unfortunately I understand the language. I always thought that any language is an asset – I speak 7 – now I wish I did not have that particular asset.

    2. I think spirit is more references the horrors humanity unleashes have, that goes beyond the pale, gas chambers, torture rooms, mass graves, mud, I fell like I am in the 40s listening to the ramblingings of an insane madman but it’s Russian now.

  3. Judging by the news, see, Eric’s prediction about the outcome of the war is soon coming true. Putin is planning a sham referendum about Ukraine’s easternmost provinces becoming part of Russia. After that, he could be able to threaten others with nukes if attacked, because he would then have the pretext to consider it an attack on Russia.

  4. This is portions of a very long article by renowned Australian writer and public commentator John Pilger and well forth the full read.
    Though this is directly off topic, it certainly has a lot to do with why we won’t have world peace for a very long time:

    “The United States dominates the Western world’s media. All but one of the top ten media companies are based in North America. The internet and social media – Google, Twitter, Facebook – are mostly American-owned and controlled.”
    “In my lifetime, the United States has overthrown or attempted to overthrow more than 50 governments, mostly democracies. It has interfered in democratic elections in 30 countries. It has dropped bombs on the people of 30 countries, most of them poor and defenceless. It has attempted to murder the leaders of 50 countries. It has fought to suppress liberation movements in 20 countries.”

    “In our systems of corporate democracy, war is an economic necessity, the perfect marriage of public subsidy and private profit: socialism for the rich, capitalism for the poor. The day after 9/11, the stock prices of the war industry soared. More bloodshed was coming, which is great for business.
    Today, the most profitable wars have their own brand. They are called “forever wars”: Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq, Libya, Yemen and now Ukraine. All are based on a pack of lies.”–how-propaganda-works,16753

    1. Pete, you literally are pro-Putin if you have this viewpoint. I am from “post -Soviet” country and my ancestors were sent to Siberia for having too much education and for having their own house. Everything was taken from us, nothing ever returned. My ancestors allways were repeating mantra – this Soviet time will not go on for long. US and other nations will not allow this. Well US did not interfere… and my country was cleansed, hundereds of thousand people killed, sent to Siberia, Russified. DON’t YOU DARE BLAME US NOW when it is on the right part of history and IS HELPING UKRAINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this is not time for messages like that

  5. This recruitment mobilization may be the start of a chain of events leading to the end of the Putin era. So far, the people had been fed lies about the war, about everything going well, and this is proof of the contrary, an eye-opening for the Russians. Young men are struggling to leave the country in droves to avoid being sent to fight (and die).

    1. Good for the protesters! I hope they can convince the rest of the Russian government to stop obeying Putin.

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