President Putin, please shut it down. Women get your point.



“Demilitarizing Ukraine is a very good idea. Demilitarizing all of Europe would be even better. Ukraine must remain neutral. Eight years of shelling elderly ladies and their handsome senior spouses in Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR (their kids have mostly fled) has been ignored by the West with the exception of those Americans we have seen joining the Ukrainians in these deeds. It makes us sick. Yes we know about the Nazi militias in Ukraine also, but those freaks have been popping up everywhere. We also get that Ukraine is no democracy,”  adduces Katie Alsop, the executive director of The RINJ Foundation.

“This is why we propose an interim and immediate withdrawal of Russian troops and military assets to the Donbass region to protect the people of Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR there and get the water and electricity working, finally,” she suggests.

‘Assemble all forces in Donetsk and Luhansk Republics and hold peace talks in Donetsk City?’

“This idea would also create a buffer for the DPR and LPR refugees in Russia’s southern Rostov region and allow for a ceasefire during which peace talks could take place in Minsk, or wherever. How about Donetsk City?”  adds Dale Carter, the director of security in the Eastern European operations.

“America has been trying for years to exploit Ukraine as a weapons platform, on the Russian border. We get why you need to stop that. We agree that weapons in Europe should be dismantled. All weapons,” says Ms. Alsop.

Few, but women, have said anything about USA slaughters of six kids in Idlib, ten kids in Kabul and 4o kids, most under age 10, in Dahyan, Yemen—or the decimation of countries like Iraq and Afghanistan.

“Now we are asking for peace in Eastern Europe. We have people near you ready to talk and to help any way we can,” said Ms. Alsop.


Tulsi Gabbard, from Hawaii, one of our favourite American women, has some thoughts to share.


“President Putin, you’ve made your point. Before it’s too late, stop the attack now. I have both Ukrainian and Russian friends and know that they have aloha—respect and love—for each other like brothers and sisters. It’s clear …”  Watch video above.

Tulsi Gabbard says we get it.

“President Putin, you’ve made your point. Before it’s too late, stop the attack now. I have both Ukrainian and Russian friends and know that they have aloha—respect and love—for each other like brothers and sisters. It’s clear …” Watch video above.
Photo credit: TulsiGabbard.com