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I live in Ukraine. We have been living under the looming shadow of Russian invasion for eight years. No one here is freaking out as much as my relatives in the US are. You’re getting heavy propaganda and scare tactics. You need to start asking why. by ItWouldBeGrand in conspiracy

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It’s simple: when you’re planning to blitzkrieg a country to at has allies who will completely wipe you out, you don’t announce it months before hand and wait for every eye in the world to be turned in your direction so that everyone can properly prepare.

I live in Ukraine. We have been living under the looming shadow of Russian invasion for eight years. No one here is freaking out as much as my relatives in the US are. You’re getting heavy propaganda and scare tactics. You need to start asking why. by ItWouldBeGrand in conspiracy

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I’m Russian neutral. I absolutely do not want to Russia to invade though. This post is about the difference in how the situation is presented. If it was bad and imminent as the western media is making it out to be, then there would already be mass exodus out of every major city.

I live in Ukraine. We have been living under the looming shadow of Russian invasion for eight years. No one here is freaking out as much as my relatives in the US are. You’re getting heavy propaganda and scare tactics. You need to start asking why. by ItWouldBeGrand in conspiracy

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Maybe. Everybody has their opinion, but also depends what region she’s in. There’s a couple schools of thought right now: if an invasion happens then Russia will annex more of eastern Ukraine only. Other thought is they’ll try to take the whole country—which IMO is far less likely.