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Putin Bears a Striking Similarity to Adolf Hitler

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Published: 6th of August, 2022

Last updated: August 6, 2022 at 17:40 pm

The only thing needed for evil to thrive, is for good men to do nothing.

So far, over 10,000 Ukrainians have been killed in combat in the war against Russia which began earlier this year. The exact number of Russian casualties is not known, although it is estimated to be more than 20,000. Aside from that, more than 5,000 Ukrainian civilians, including children were killed since the war began.

There will be no winner in the Russia/Ukraine war, regardless of the outcome. This war is a catastrophe of monumental proportions which is unfortunately being facilitated and cheered on by world powers which could easily put an end to it. Putin has portrayed himself to be a heartless criminal on par with the likes of Adolph Hitler. What’s ironic is that Russia had played an instrumental role in helping to defeat Hitler during World War 11.

Putin cannot give a proper justification for his invasion of Ukraine. It is clear that greed and world domination are some of the motivating factors. If Putin wins this war, it will establish Russia as the most tyrannical power on earth – and one that cannot be challenged. Who knows what will be the Kremlin’s next move? Putin is testing the waters, and NATO is proving itself to be a sitting duck.

Will we wait for another Pearl Harbor? If America had entered World War 11 at an earlier phase, not only would it have saved millions of Jews, but hundreds of thousands of American lives as well. Remember the old saying, “the only thing needed for evil to thrive, is for good men to do nothing.” It is time the whole world put its foot down and end this senseless war once and for all. Stop evil before it knocks on your front door.

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