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ithonhunt

Yeah, but there were protests against war 24th of February and later. And yeah, nobody wants to die

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thankfulbuffalo

Yeah.. We know this. I mean.. everyone knows this. I haven't met anyone who didn't. What's your point ?

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hellion778

If it means that the Heads of Kremlin officials will be put in a guillotine or they will be hanging at the end off a rope in the nearest tree, then I really don't care if they are protesting the Mobilisation, the war or the 5% increase in the price of vodka.

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socialroots

Yes and no. Russian public opinion is splitted between the ultra nationalists and the liberals. The ultra-nationalists are pro-war and criticise Putin for his lack of result. The liberals are anti-war in general. There was anti-war protests by liberals at the beginning, but the thing is, liberals fear repression and after the arrest started they switched to underground protest and fleeing the country. They're reactivated, because now it's either prison or conscription, or both, so repression stopped being a factor.

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dukefx

They don't want someone else to murder Ukrainians, they don't want to be murdered by Ukrainians. Big difference

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maineso

It's not funny cause it's true

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dunkelmunkel

sure, 140 million russians all think and feel the same.

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fortytwo100

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jeanku

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takodachi

Hello ukrobot... Still spreading propaganda it seems.

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