Social Impacts & Russophobia as a Result of the Russian-Ukrainian War

Garuda

Pelican
Protestant


The suspect said he did that in retaliation for Russia killing civilians. Of course, NPCs that were in the area celebrated the act. To them, any Russian that works for the government or has not condemned Putin is a kulak.


He said: “I just done this to create a safe corridor for the Russian ambassador to leave Ireland, go through Poland then walk through Europe.”

Russia was today criticised for vowing to create ‘safe’ routes for refugees even though those routes would only carry them to Russia and its ally Belarus, while there were also accusations of a civilian corridor from the port city of Mariupol were mined by Russian troops.

Pointing at the picture of a family killed by Russian shelling the driver says: “I done it for this lady here and her kids who were killed in Irpin. It really affected me last night, I’m doing it for them.

“So I want the ambassador and his colleagues to leave this free country.”
“In Ireland we like justice,” he said, as he handed out printed copies of the picture.

Bystanders praised his actions and said he was “a credit”.

He handed the picture to a garda before he was arrested, and went with the gardaí into the garda car without complaint, saying: “Send the ambassador home”, to shouts of “Bravo!” from the bystanders.

"I’ve done my bit, lads. It’s about time the rest of Ireland done their bit,” he said as he was led away.

Official statement from the embassy.

 

Renzy

Pelican
Catholic
During the communist era, conservatives were the patriotic russophobes. Today, the liberals have become the russophobes and vehement liberal nationalists. What a change in dynamics. This means there are two Russias - the Soviet one, which creeps out conservative Christians, and the Orthodox one, which creeps out the entire liberal West. Most westerners are therefore now backwards projecting that the Old Soviet rule is coming back, when in actuality it is Orthodox Russia emerging (whereas modern Ukraine is a Soviet leftover).

I've also noticed a nearly complete reversal in the way the Left views Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD). Back during the 80s they generally advocated for nuclear disarmament, to the point there were huge protests and demonstrations pushing back against the nuclear arms race. If anything many liberals, especially the aging hippie types, seemed have a mocking view of MAD as a rather suicidal way to handle diplomacy between two rival superpowers.

Back then most liberals seemed much more wary of nuclear armament and held the view that it was simply escalating tensions vis-a-vis Russia. Having grown up during the 1980s, I can say the media and Hollywood certainly instilled a fear that nuclear war was possible, churning out thoroughly depressing films like The Day After to drive home the point.

Now they seem to have oscillated to the other extreme and have completely disregarded any sense of diplomacy with the way they're going about "cancelling" Russia. Many of them now seem to regard MAD as some sort of bullet-proof assurance that no matter how much they provoke Russia, things will never escalate to the level a nuclear conflict so they can through caution to the wind and revel in their public displays of virtue.
 

Garuda

Pelican
Protestant
The normies were so angry that NHL star Alex Ovechkin did not condemn Putin, the Capital's PR people had to condemn it. They are still pushing for the total ban on Russian players as well.



There was also an incident in Canadian juniors. The last time things were this heated between Russian and Canadian players was the 1987 World Juniors in Piestany, Slovakia when both teams (Russia was the USSR) were kicked out of the tournament for a legendary bench clearing brawl.

 
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ed pluribus unum

Ostrich
Protestant
A teacher friend who teaches Grade One had to intervene when one of her students was offering candy to other students who were willing to beat up the Russian student in her class. The same child told the Russian child that God was going to kill his in his sleep. We're talking six year old children here.
I think it's a safe bet that child's parents are ardent mask-wearers. Call it a hunch.
 

infowarrior1

Crow
Protestant
This persecution of all Russians and Russian culture is almost exactly the same as what they did to Germans and German culture in 1918 and onwards when WWI was underway:


That means they plan to do to Russia what they planned to do Germany in the 20th Century. This is a wicked tendency of guilt by association when no one decides who they are born to.
 
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Early Bird

Woodpecker
Catholic
As a Swedish resident I notice every other Swede puts a Ukraine flag on their fakebook profile. I think is particularly amusing when it comes to Swedes, a country in which gang war on the streets is routine. The same liberal Swedes who won't lift a finger for their country out of fear of being called racist are now Ukrainian nationalists. I guess it's easier to be a nationalist for other people.
Yes.

The only nationalism you are allowed to express in the West is for foreign countries that have nothing to do with your own.
Traditional gender roles are magically good again (only for oppressed Ukrainians).
Guns are no longer scary and the right to defend yourself is great all of a sudden.

Etc.
 

GuitarVH

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
I was just watching a little bit of a women's tennis match which it is at Indian Wells. One of the players, Victoria Azarenka, just started crying in the back of the court for apparently no reason. She is from Belarus and is an older player now who used to be #1 about 10 years ago so she's definitely tough. The announcers didn't seem to know what was up but then they said the umpire told security to watch some guy in the stands. Is it possible he yelled nasty things to her because she was Byelorussian? Watch to see if there is any information about this in the upcoming days. In decades of watching tennis, I can't remember any incidents where fans came down hard on a player for political reasons.
 

Pantheon

Robin
Orthodox
Since the West is banning all things Russian and the culture war is running rampant, I guess as an Orthodox it is only appropriate to introduce equal counter-measures and continue purging all things American (woke) in our lives.

Some of my personal goals include:

* Stop using anglicisms (English loan-words in my native tounge).
* Stop eating hamburgers (an important symbolic gesture in these times).
* Stop watching American movies (I don't have Netflix anymore)
* Stop cursing in vain (I still curse but not as much as when I had a colonized American mind).
* Stop watching porn (It’s a struggle but keep working on it single men!)
* Stop wearing blue-jeans

Some of these points are half sarcastic, but let's help ourselves transition to the coming Russian age. Feel free to continue the list.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Since the West is banning all things Russian and the culture war is running rampant, I guess as an Orthodox it is only appropriate to introduce equal counter-measures and continue purging all things American (woke) in our lives.

Some of my personal goals include:

* Stop using anglicisms (English loan-words in my native tounge).
* Stop eating hamburgers (an important symbolic gesture in these times).
* Stop watching American movies (I don't have Netflix anymore)
* Stop cursing in vain (I still curse but not as much as when I had a colonized American mind).
* Stop watching porn (It’s a struggle but keep working on it single men!)
* Stop wearing blue-jeans

Some of these points are half sarcastic, but let's help ourselves transition to the coming Russian age. Feel free to continue the list.
Well to be fair, as a result of Roosh' article Faithmaxing I've really examined and audited my secular information intake. I found that I took in too much secular information. Even if it's understanding the secular truth, such as male/female dynamics in modern society, it's good to understand it to some level, but at some point you've got to flip the switch and cut it out. You can't cloud your mind with secular content, unless it's useful for example I follow a secular news channel that's very close on a red pill perspective on the national news in the country I live in, which I must understand what is happening. But all the other stuff? We've got to cut it out gentlemen. I replaced the secular garbage with the things Roosh stated, like twice prayer a day, reading a chapter of the NT a day, reading 10 pages of religious material a day (The Orthodox Way and The Field are fantastic recommendations). Moreover, cut out the trash food and start doing sports every other day after waking up. If you only do these things you'll notice such a big difference. I did that for two days telling myself all the time ''I've quit it'' and I felt such a relief, peace and serenity in comparison with all the time being hyped up by emotional stimulating secular content carefully constructed to get you in a state of anxiety, anger, pain, whatever, in contrary to the state of peace that's at the other side. If you do this you may be tempted to go back, but you'll grow to understand that you come from a swamp and that you're in a beautiful spa now. Why going back to the filthy, stinking swamp if you're in the beautiful, clean, lovely smelling spa? It doesn't make sense, so you may fall back a few times and be tempted every day, but I believe that if you grow this idea you'll benefit tremendously in every aspect in your life, first and foremost spiritually/psychologically/mentally.
 

infowarrior1

Crow
Protestant
Why the Finnish still distrust Russia today. In their view Russia has been doing suspicious 5th column activities in their country since when Putin has been in power:
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
Why the Finnish still distrust Russia today. In their view Russia has been doing suspicious 5th column activities in their country since when Putin has been in power:
Just finished reading @armas_aallontie's thread; he clearly hates Russia. Also, he's obviously a "globalist" supporter.








 
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