At a time when Christmas is rapidly approaching and photos of celebrations across the globe are everywhere in the web, Ukrainians can not help however assume again to a time when the competition illuminated Ukraine, its residents, and its skyscrapers up to now, regretting at the moment’s scenario when the nation is witnessing devastation throughout.
A number of social media customers have been importing beautiful previous pictures and movies on social media websites to reminisce in regards to the good previous instances. One earlier than and after picture, nonetheless, which confirmed a theatre within the lovely city of Mariupol, Ukraine, fully destroyed after the bombardment, shocked everybody.
Each photographs had been shared by one reddit consumer named “TheRealMykola” with the caption, “Mariupol throughout Christmas (2021-2022)”. The picture earned 98% upvotes, and greater than 150 customers posted heartfelt feedback.
“Allow us to not confuse a military of evil with a easy military. That is what they do. Syrians have been warning about this from the start. Russia needs everybody to be a refugee so it could destroy Ukraine and flood pleasant nations with refugees. That is how they do it,” commented one consumer.
“For those who do not know, it’s written “kids” in Russian. An estimated 300-500 folks had been utilizing the Donetsk Tutorial Regional Drama Theater as shelter,” wrote one other consumer.
“That is what they have been doing now for 10 months. They have been focusing on civilians, hospitals, and ambulances particularly. Their purpose is the extermination of the Ukrainian folks, state, and tradition,” wrote the third consumer.
Reacting to the unhappy distinction of the pictures, the fourth consumer wrote that “they really anticipated folks to consider they had been there “liberating” Ukrainians. In the event that they wished to reside underneath Russian rule, they might have moved to Russia. Nobody was held prisoner.”
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