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Zelenskyy calls on Russians to 'protest' and 'fight back' against Putin's draft if they 'want to survive' Russia/Ukraine



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u/thetensor Sep 22 '22

"You have nothing to lose but your chains."


u/DecimBell Sep 22 '22

Good news is, molotovs are already flying into the windows of military registration and enlistment offices. Bad news is, this is probably where it ends.


u/[deleted] Sep 22 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

Is it the whole one molotov in St. Petersburg or I miss smth?


u/VecnasThroatPie Sep 23 '22

Three recruitment offices went up in flames that I heard of.


u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Wow, protests are 3 times more intense now /s

P.S. There is no hope for russia


u/nashedPotato4 Sep 23 '22

There was in the 90s from what I understand. Peel off some layers of oligarchs and who knows 🤞


u/guava_eternal Sep 23 '22

That country - that land is so incredibly rich in mineral wealth and at the crux of Eurasia. It’s the only plausible reason why Putin feels he needs to do all this. However, his people and history is telling him that looking at the world in so stark a black and white comes at a price.

When the dust settles there’s still a lot to be salvaged from the lane that is Russia.