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Ilya Novohatskyi
Ilya Novohatskyi
Hi there.
I’m in Ukraine now. From the start of the occupation.
You probably know that Putin started the war.
But you actually can’t see how Russian troops killed many Ukrainian civil people.
I saw this…

Photo by Ehimetalor Akhere Unuabona on Unsplash
Photo by Ehimetalor Akhere Unuabona on Unsplash
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🚢 The truth
I completed my military service a few years ago. And it was not an easy test.
But what is happening now in Ukraine, I could never imagine.
Explosions in Kyiv on the morning of February 25.
Explosions in Kyiv on the morning of February 25.
When my grandmother told stories about World War II, I listened with horror. I did not understand why people were ready to kill and rape others for the sake of other people’s interests.
Why fight? Why can’t you compete in the fields of economics, science, technology, or living conditions?
Basement of a residential building in Kyiv, February 25.
Basement of a residential building in Kyiv, February 25.
During the war, people exposed Putin’s plans. Its main goal is to restore the USSR and destroy the Ukrainian population.
I realized that this man was ready to do everything to maintain his power. He does not feel sorry for any resources.
A child died as a result of the shelling of a residential building in the city of Chuguyev.
A child died as a result of the shelling of a residential building in the city of Chuguyev.
The population of Russia is threatened. This is because they are under the influence of the propaganda machine that Putin has been creating for decades to control the minds of his people.
Russian people are very timid and afraid to protest. Their dictator created a regime dominated by physical violence and humiliation. They imprison all those who disagree, fire them from their jobs, beat them, and intimidate them.
Wreckage of a Russian drone in the center of Kyiv.
Wreckage of a Russian drone in the center of Kyiv.
I am now in the suburbs of Kyiv, where every day rockets explode, and fighter jets fly. The sound of sirens permeates your entire body and inspires anxiety.
Occupiers violate all agreements of war. They kill civilians, throw off butterflies and cluster bombs, shoot at ambulances, steal police cars, dress up in Ukrainian military uniforms, show a white flag, and at the same time shoot civilians.
A resident of Mariupol on the street near the house with traces of destruction.
A resident of Mariupol on the street near the house with traces of destruction.
Russian and Belarusian occupiers are doing it together. The illegitimate dictator Lukashenka takes the wounded Russians to his hospitals and gives them permission to land and refuel by aircraft.
At the moment, it is claimed that 10,000+ Russian soldiers were destroyed.
Firefighters in front of the damaged house in Kyiv.
Firefighters in front of the damaged house in Kyiv.
Russian government brought mobile crematoria to burn their dead soldiers on the “ribbon” (border with Belarus).
In the city of Mozyr, they are already crammed with the corpses of Chechens. They are afraid to take them to Russia not to frighten the population with the scale of the tragedy.
Their commanders shoot those who abandon their equipment and refuse to carry out criminal requests.
Ukrainian soldiers inspect the wreckage of a plane that crashed near Kyiv.
Ukrainian soldiers inspect the wreckage of a plane that crashed near Kyiv.
In Ukraine, more than 2,000 civilians were killed, including more than 30 children. They all died from the actions of Putin and his henchmen.
During this time, I saw as many dead as I had not seen in my entire life before. It’s terrifying.
What is happening in Ukraine after the Russian invasion.
What is happening in Ukraine after the Russian invasion.
Having lived so much time in Ukraine, I can say that the Ukrainian people are friendly and peaceful. They are intelligent and fearless — people who lived on their land and enjoyed life.
Actions of solidarity with Ukraine in Germany.
Actions of solidarity with Ukraine in Germany.
If you are not indifferent to the fate of Ukraine, you can help and donate money to support Ukrainian troops.
Here and here.
Please, ask your government to help and defend Ukraine and the world against Putin, who is Hitler of the 21st century.
(This newsletter issue was prepared, hiding in the shelter from time to time.)
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