Have you heard the news yet? If you don’t live in Russia, you probably have. Not even kidding, regular citizens are told by Russian news that Ukraine is over and it’s time to celebrate. “We won!” Even post that. Advance Essay. Sure, it got deleted, but the internet never forgets.
Anyway, let’s recap it a bit for the three of you who don’t know what’s going on. On February 24, 2022, Russian military forces launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Don’t get me wrong, this battle didn’t start last week. It began in 2014 when Putin annexed Crimea and later the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Ukraine has been waging this war for eight years and now we finally have the attention of the EU, NATO and the US. It only got worse when Putin started wiping civilians, schools, children’s hospitals and entire cities off the map to feed his ego.
Unfortunately (for Putin), he and his thugs don’t realize what bombs and rockets the Ukrainians are sending straight. In four days of this hellish invasion, the enemy forces have lost 5000 soldiers and hundreds of tanks, warplanes, drones and other military vehicles. They are scared, morale is low, they have no supplies, but most importantly, they are fighting in fear while the Ukrainian army defends their land and loved ones. Putin has no chance of winning this war, but he still has a nuclear option, so this could be his plot to be the ultimate “F you” to the world.
So when innocent people are shelled, here’s one Detailed guide If you want to donate some extra money to help the Ukrainian army. Or alternatively, help spread the word about Putin’s war crimes.
Well, celebrities! It’s no surprise that people around the world support an aggressor nation, but some of these people are more than just talking heads. From Angelina Jolie to Jim Carrey to Mark Ruffalo – they’re all helping out in one way or another, and so are you!
Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively
Prince William and Duchess Kate