How To Break Apart a Family: War In Ukraine

How is your family? Did you get someone out? How did they manage to leave?

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Are these military objects? Ukraine, March 2022. Photos from https://t.me/hueviykharkov/50481
The ghost soldiers. — Photo by Caleb Fisher on Unsplash
Clashes in Kyiv, Ukraine. Events of February 18, 2014–4. — By Mstyslav Chernov/Unframe/http://www.unframe.com/ — Licensed under the Creative Commons

Why is it taking place in someone else’s country?
Why have you brought your weapons, your tanks, your bombs, your military planes, into our towns?

But I forget. Ukrainians aren’t people in Russian’s eyes.

In German, Rabenmutter is a “Raven mother” — a mother, neglecting her children. In short, not a very good mother.

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Rabenmutter

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In German, Rabenmutter is a “Raven mother” — a mother, neglecting her children. In short, not a very good mother.

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