While Ukraine women and children are targets of the Russian military, Putin made sure his family was safe-guarded in an underground bunker.
Russia’s relentless invasion is leaving Ukraine cities completely devastated. Meanwhile, officials across the globe are starting to question Putin’s mental health. Is he demented? Bi-polar? Plagued with Hitler-envy? The answers aren’t readily clear. What is clear is that women and children are dying in the streets right now, while Putin is allowed to safe guard those he loves.
Worse yet, Biden can’t do a damn thing. Because he already handed over his strategy to China, who then passed it on to Russia lickety-split. Now the question seems to be whether Putin or Biden will be crowned craziest president on the planet.
According to the Daily Mail:
Vladimir Putin has in recent days hidden his family members in an ‘underground city’ in Siberia, according to a Russian professor.
The luxury hi-tech bunker is located in the Altai Mountains and was designed for protection in the event of nuclear war, said political scientist Valery Solovey, 61.
Formerly a professor at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) – attended by future top diplomats and spies, Solovey has previously alleged Putin suffers medical problems hidden from the Russian public, and has taken part in bizarre secret shamanic rituals alongside his defense minister Sergey Shoigu.
Some in Moscow dismiss Solovey as a conspiracy theorist or hoaxer, but just last week he was interrogated for seven hours by Russian authorities due to allegations he made about Putin’s medical and mental condition on a Telegram site he operates.
His home was also searched and multiple electronic items were seized. Solovey was subsequently released but the case is not closed.
The claim comes as Russia pounds Kyiv and Kharkiv with missile strikes, leading to accusations that Putin is committing war crimes by deploying devastating cluster bombs on helpless civilians.
Meanwhile, people in every country seem to be demanding help for Ukraine. For example, one journalist in the UK was nearly in tears as she pleaded for Ukrainian lives to be spared.
The Daily Mail reports:
The woman who broke down in tears as she demanded Boris Johnson tighten UK sanctions against Russia is a high-profile Ukrainian campaigner who helped establish the country’s anti-corruption court.
Daria Kaleniuk’s voice began to crack as she urged the Prime Minister to impose tougher sanctions on Russia and its oligarchs following Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
During a press conference in Poland, where Mr. Johnson is visiting today ahead of talks with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Ms Kaleniuk said Ukrainian children were ‘taking the hit’ because of the refusal of NATO to get involved in the conflict.
She also urged the Prime Minister to get tough on Russian billionaires such as Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich and their families, including Vladimir Putin’s, who she said were safe ‘in mansions’ while Ukrainian children were hiding in bomb shelters.
Mr. Abramovich vehemently denies he is close to the Kremlin or has done anything that would merit sanctions being imposed against him.
Breaking into tears as she talked, Ms. Kaleniuk, who said she recently fled her home in Kyiv, where many of her family and colleagues remain, she told the Prime Minister: ‘These are Ukrainian children who are there taking the hit.
‘You’re talking about more sanctions Prime Minister but Roman Abramovich is not sanctioned.
‘His children are not in the bombardments. His children are there in London. Putin’s children are in Netherlands, in Germany, in mansions, where all these mentioned seized? I don’t see that.
‘I see that my family members, that my team members, I’d say that we crying. We don’t know where to run. This is what is happening Prime Minister.’
Ms. Kaleniuk, believed to be a mother-of-two, is the co-founder and executive director of the Anti-Corruption Action Center (AntAC), an organization that has shaped Ukraine’s anti-corruption legislation.
In 1867, John Stuart Mill delivered an inaugural address at the University of St. Andrews in which he basically asserted that “the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
Sadly, this world is full of good men who do nothing.
After listening in awkward silence, Mr. Johnson replied that he was doing what he could, but ‘cannot pretend’ that the West will step in militarily.
‘Unfortunately the implication of that would be that the UK would be engaged in shooting down Russian planes, engaged in direct combat with Russia, that’s not something we can do,’ he said.
The confrontation came after Mr. Johnson accused Mr. Putin of using ‘barbaric and indiscriminate tactics’ against innocent Ukrainian civilians.
As the invading forces escalated their attacks with harrowing pictures of children falling victim to the violence, he warned that the world was witnessing an ‘unfolding disaster’.
The UN says at least 136 civilians have been killed so far, including 13 children, and hundreds more injured.
Unfortunately, more blood will be shed, even before I finish typing this sentence. And we can’t expect the demented clown in the White House to do anything either. Our feeble minded president apparently thinks Ukrainians are Iranians.