About 11,000 Russian soldiers now dead, per Reuters. That's in about ten days. In our twenty year war in Afghanistan, we lost about 2,500. Let that sink in. As well, Ukraine losses are about 2,500 or so currently, in this war. Quite often people need to be inconvenienced for change to occur.
When are the Russian people going to despise losing their sons, brothers and fathers? When will the Russian people recognize and move on their unwanted dictatorship? It may have been convenient in a sense to many of them to allow a fascist bully to rule such as Putin. But now, hopefully the Russian people will see the grave inconvenience bestowed upon them by madness.---Jody-Lynn Reicher