By XHABIR DERALLA
One month of brutal Russian aggression against Ukraine. It was supposed to be a Blitzkrieg, but turned into a bloody confrontation of a sick regime against the civilian population. Moreover, it is an onslaught against a country in which the aggressors have 11 (out of 45) million relatives.
One month of bloodshed goes by, in which not only Ukrainian blood is being shed. Ukrainian women and men are fighting to defend their home, but also the whole world. The whole world is bleeding and is hastily heading towards its cruel end.
Tanks against living human flesh. Against children, pregnant women, elderly women and men. Under the horrifying terror of grenades, bombs and missiles, accompanied with the terror of lies, entire cities are being destroyed.
Ten million civilians, mostly women, children and elderly, fled their homes, of whom more than three million out of Ukraine. Nearly half of the refugees are children. Convoys of immense human suffering at the borders and train stations have been met by caring people from Poland and other European countries. They also met the dark underground. And the tragedy doesn’t end with the escape from the war. Criminals are collecting their blood tax, the underground is swallowing up some of the victims.
Yet, one month into the Putin’s brutal aggression, the entire propaganda plunged. He, along with his allies – the lies and terror – launched a “special operation for demilitarization and denazification” against a country led by a Jew, whose ancestors suffered in the Holocaust. Poorly armed people opposed him, ordinary civilians who are defending the doorstep of their home. That’s it.
The war is over for Putin. He and his followers are casted by a shadow of their war crimes. History will remember them in its pages of the darkness and crimes. Destroyed lives, destroyed cities, destroyed generations. Whatever happens in and with Ukraine, Russia and the world – he is already defeated. But…
Losers are all people of the world, submerged in the illusions of conformism, led by hesitant politicians and greedy opportunists. And of all missed occasions to offer consolation and shelter to the millions of others in the immediate and distant past.
Even if he destroyed the whole world, it’s a defeat for Putin. He attacked humanity, starting with Ukraine and Russia, and ending with the whole world. If he destroys humanity, that doesn’t mean that he is the winner. Russia has to judge this evil figure as soon as possible. Or join him in the everlasting darkness of history.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska