Both sides kill civilians. Both sides suffer. G7 keeps war going

“No American war has ever been short and never had the true color of right. That is true of the USA Ukraine-proxy-war in Eastern Europe, which threatens the very existence of the European Union,” says Dale Carter, security director of The RINJ Foundation.

United States, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, Canada and Britain, the members of the G7 club of the alleged richest nations of the world, have a proxy war going in Ukraine for almost a year in order to

Since 2014, these 7 countries with troops and weapons have killed over 20,000 people in Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR according to UN statistics.

Both countries, Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR are now larger than ever before and both are fielding large Armies, getting some payback for the West’s enduring attacks on their civilians.

At a G7 meeting on Monday called by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Mr.  Zelenskyy urged the G7 nations on Monday to acquire for Ukraine, two billion cubic meters of natural gas and much more modern tanks, artillery and long-range missiles with which to continue its attack deep into Russia and inside the Donetsk and Luhansk republics.

Melitopol Holiday season restaurant guests slaughtered

Ukrainian blasted propaganda by the exiled former mayor of Melitopol, mayor Ivan Fedorov, not known for integrity to the truth, says up to 200 Russian servicemen were killed in this fire. It is a source-submitted smartphone photo of the strike on the Hunter’s-Halt recreation area with hotels and restaurants. Photo is cropped. Allegedly, some Russian officials stayed in one of the hotels but firefighters did not know of any officials killed in the blasts.  Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Melitopol city’s holiday season restaurant guests ‘were slaughtered’ according to Zaporozhye locals, but it could have been worse as two of the American-made HIMARS missiles were shot down, and a few (4) which escaped destruction by air defence started super-heated fires in the targeted recreation center with their high-explosive warheads. An administrator of the Zaporizhzhia region, Vladimir Rogov, confirmed this information.

There are multiple seemingly overstated accounts of casualty numbers, but firefighters and medical workers told FPMag that most persons had been rescued from the recreation center of parks and restaurants. Many suffered burns. “Additional persons will likely report to medical facilities seeking help for burns that they had not noticed as severe during the commotion,” said one fire fighter.

Four missiles escaped the air defence systems in the region and struck the civilian area, “setting ablaze fires that spread rapidly” according to one ambulance driver. Some 14 people were injured in this weekend attack including two firefighters. Two persons have succumbed to their injuries thus far says an administrative official too busy to stop and leave a name.

Attacks on civilians are increasingly persuading citizens to head out to swamped administrative offices like this, applying for Russian citizenship, which has been offered to them. Video courtesy Sputnik.

Residents of the Zaporozhye region massively submit their documents for obtaining Russian citizenship. At the same time, according to the interim governor’s office of Yevgeny Balitsky, “100 completed passports are issued by this office each day”.

Sputnik news writes that applications have already been submitted by more than 25 thousand people, according to its local correspondent’s eyeball reports.

According to a voice on the phone at the governor’s office, “The number is yet small, but at the moment it is the maximum that we can accomplish given the disastrous state of the public records left behind by the Ukrainian authorities.”