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NATO has brought this war on Ukraine.
John J. Mearsheimer on Ukraine, 6 years ago:
“The West is leading Ukraine down the primrose path & the end result is Ukraine is going to get wrecked.”
ANAL SCHWAB’S MINION – STAGED SCENE – UKRAINIAN ACTIVIST/ACTRESS BROKE DOWN IN CROCODILE TEARS
British PM Johnson accuses Putin of endangering all of Europe, after invading Russian forces attack Ukrainian nuclear power plant. “The Prime Minister said the reckless actions of President Putin could now directly threaten the safety of all of Europe”: Downing Street
Are there Ukrainian refugees in the UK?
Through a variety of ways, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the UK could take in 200,000 or more Ukrainian refugees.
The latest changes to the UK’s plans came on March 1st, following widespread criticism that the country was not doing as much as other European countries.
UK Home Secretary Priti Patel addressed the House of Commons on March 1st with regard to the UK’s response to Ukrainian refugees.
“We are united across this House in the horror at what is happening and the whole country stands with the heroic people of Ukraine,” she said.
Where are Ukrainian refugees going?
Poland has taken in the most Ukrainian refugees so far, with 547,982 people entering the country through the Poland-Ukraine border.
Next is Hungary, with 133,009 refugees, then the Republic of Moldova with 97,827.
Slovakia has taken in a further 79,059 refugees, and Romania 51,261.
The UNHCR also reports that around 47,800 refugees have gone to Russia and 374 to Belarus.
‘Great Reset’ architect backs Ukraine
World Economic Forum chairman Klaus Schwab has condemned the Russian military operation in the country
The World Economic Forum (WEF) and its chairman, Klaus Schwab, have thrown their support behind Ukraine, vowing to do “whatever is possible to help” the country against Russian “aggression.”
In the statement on Sunday, Schwab – the author of ‘Covid-19: The Great Reset’ – and WEF President Borge Brende said they “deeply condemn the aggression by Russia against Ukraine” and “the attacks and atrocities.”
“Our full solidarity is with Ukraine’s people and all those who are suffering innocently from this totally unacceptable war,” they stated.
“We only hope that – in the longer-term – reason will prevail and that the space for bridge-building and reconciliation once more emerges,” they said, joining NATO, the European Commission, the UN chief, and other Western powers in publicly condemning Russia’s military action in Ukraine.