Third US national held captive by pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine
Suedi Murekezi, 35, was arrested last month in Kherson, friends and family say
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Suedi Murekezi, the third American held captive in Ukraine. Photograph: Youtube
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This is a white on white conflict.
Its not a Black People's issue.
Ukraine can hold their nuts.
Them Ukrainians and Russians hate Black folks. And are extremely racist as fukk to boot.
Let em fight it out.
When Have Ukrainians ever defended Black People?
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In light of posts in the official invasion thread I thought it would be good to start a thread for us all to better acquaint ourselves with the history of these two nations. I’ll go dig up some info but if anyone would like to contribute that’s more knowledgeable please feel free the floor is...
I'm hearing the news talking about "fierce battles", "heavy battles", "violent confrontations", etc.
But I ain't seeing no footage. :dahell:
I'm just seeing images of tanks, helicopters, and soldiers running around.
Sarajevo, Freetown, Grozny or Fallujah were violent battles and you could see...