Russians are number one terrorists
Almost daily Russian attacks with drones and rockets on Kyiv and Ukraine in general are reminiscent of the Nazi bombardment of London during World War II and Hamas rocket attacks on Israeli cities and villages
However, the sad and instructive example of the Nazis and terrorists, who were not helped by this shelling, does not stop the Russians.
On the contrary, if you listen to their propagandists and officials, in their impotent zeal they are ready to go further and attack not only us, but also on London, Paris, Berlin and Washington, and Warsaw, which for some reason are the most frequently mentioned cities in their rants, with at least one atomic bomb each. And if you also listen to 'ordinary Russians,' these highly spiritual beings, who have probably read Pushkin, Tolstoy and Dostoevsky, and Chekhov to boot, are ready to reduce the entire world to ashes if theirs is not on top. In addition, the resources and capabilities of Russian terrorists are incomparably greater than those of the Nazis, with their old V-1 and V-2, not to mention the terrorists from Gaza, who fire mostly homemade Qassams and only occasionally the equally uncontrollable Iranian-North Korean Fajr.
True, Tehran's help was there this time. But the Russians' Iranian Shahed drones are only a supplement to their own Kinzhals, Iskanders, Kalibrs, and thousands of other missiles. Since February 24, by sending them to our heads, Russia has steadily turned into the number one terrorist state in the world. And although the Ukrainian air defense system, even when several dozen targets are flying at the same time, is increasingly successful in repelling these attacks, for us the death or injury of even one person is an irreparable loss. And the Russians will now, if not for centuries, then for decades to come, live with this stigma of being terrorists, although, as my mother-in-law used to say, “there is nowhere to put a stamp on it…”
Specially for Espreso.
About the author: Oleksandr Vilchynskyi, writer, journalist. In 2016-2017, he volunteered and fought as a private in the 1st Separate Assault Company of the Ukrainian Air Force.
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