Ukraine & Russia: Conflict

My thoughts on this Russia and Ukraine conflict is this:

There is alot of political games being played. In any situation, there are always individuals trying to come up with some bullshit, this is not the time for political games, Russia clearly isn’t playing games and Ukraine clearly does not have this luxury.

There is a humanitarian urgency, so welcome your Ukrainian brethren (or anyone who is directly and seriously affected by this situation for that matter) without prejudice. Let our conscience and GOD be our guide in this situation just like he should be every day, not money or economics. We also must not forget the elderly, the young children and the sick, and those who were unable to leave, that are still in these dreadful zones, and those who remain or those who are going into these regions, both of whom are putting their lives on the line to save and defend their people and others; whether they are civilians, public representatives or soldiers; they are all in this for the same reasons.

Now when it comes to the refugee situation, there is always a huge “security” risk here with this kind of issue and the potential for terror people and just prick people, in general, to try to infiltrate under pretense ulterior motives, but obviously, there are real people suffering.

There is also no one size fits all in this dilemma, there is definitely a critical unified approach being sought but “countries” and independent nations could also contribute or help in their own ways aswell without, again, stupid politics creating needless fuck-up. This is a very severe and significant issue, this is not the time for political and half-measured, half-hearted garbage. If you are going to help people, you put your all into it, if you give people your word, you stick by your fucking word, don’t parade trickles and snippets of “solidarity” and “allegiance” just to gain points, and then play politics the rest of the time.

It’s not up to me to try to tell anyone how to run their “country” or “nation” or anything of that nature but as far as I am concerned, life is top-of-the-line priority, not playing some kind of political game or experiments. In these moments, you push aside petty incompetence, especially shithead media people and their stupid antics, and instead, act wisely. The greatest challenge is not any man, machine or country, it is with evil, soullessness, and the devil.

I am not blindly taking sides on these perilous issues; my heart is with the people, fullstop. I do not give a fuck about shitty politics, I am not a political person — I will say that any person, individual, country, or thing has a right to “defend” themselves against a senseless “attack”; this is absolutely how it works. But ways to find peace, solutions, and resolve are unmatched in the greater scheme of things.

6 thoughts on “Ukraine & Russia: Conflict

  1. And thank you for bringing up the subject, which sounds so small compared to what is happening in Ukraine, on your site πŸ™

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    1. You are welcome πŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜‡. You and I and many others are certainly not out of touch with reality and what going on around us lol.

      I was more than compelled to bring attention to certain things after assessing the situation and realizing that some things were not adding up and this is mainly due to a lot of political stunts and pettiness.

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      1. Oh yes, I’m well aware what going on around me. But I try to show people the beauty of the world. So maybe a little bit less destruction happens. Might be very naive but that’s what I can do.

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        1. AMEN to that πŸ‘πŸ˜‚, I totally understand because I also try to look and focus on the positive things more often than not too haha. So I solute you πŸ’™πŸ’™

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  2. This is so true. And, they used to be one country for a while so there are so many mixed families and I can’t even imagine how they feel. And here, on their vacation, there are Russians left without any access to money and Ukrainians who have become refugees during their holiday. The world, in general, is very strange.

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    1. Thanks alot for your input πŸ’―πŸ’―. I didn’t even realize that they use to be one country. That is correct, the world is a very strange place and it’s strange how years later it has come to this massive overnight turmoil between Ukraine and Russia.

      I definitely agree that by now there are certainly alot of mixed families — this disaster is certainly of a political origin because the people on both sides do not want it. Great to hear your input on this issue and thank you for commenting πŸ™βœŒοΈβ˜ΊοΈβ˜ΊοΈ

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