Russian Federation Forces left Mass Graves at Buzovaya, Ukraine

A case in point:

Another case, showing how it happens:

The personal story of a resident of Hostomel, read in English during a protest in the UK:

Former Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia speaks on Russo-Ukrainian War

Editor’s Note: It is historically significant, that the Former Deputy Foreign Minister concedes several times, in this interview, that the missile attack on Kramatorsk Railway Station was perpetrated by Russia. I mention this for those who are falling into mental delusions trying to figure out who perpetrated this crime by means of using reflex principles rather than objective facts and logic. In forensics, when one party admits it did it, that’s end of discussion. And this high former official cannot be presumed to be ignorant of the details, since he is an advisor to Vladimir Putin’s government.

Russian Federation Forces tortured Civilians inside Orthodox Church

And in related news about sacrileges:

Editor’s Note: I will not have to answer to God for these crimes, because I do not support Putin or make excuses for him. Nor do I attack those who help defend against them. Rather, as a faithful son of St. Francis, and after the example of St. Bonaventure, St. Dominic, St. John Capistrano, Bl. Mark of Aviano etc., I call men to arms against these horrors.  And I pray that this Holy Week, the light of the Holy Spirit will shatter the darkness of many souls and open their eyes:

Distinguishing Russian Propaganda from Reality: The Azov Regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine

Editor’s Note: Here is a lengthy article on the history and politics of the Azov Regiment of the National Guard — not to be confused with the Azov Battalion of the Ukraninan Army.

Here is the background of the author of the linked article, which in fact vindicates the editorial position of

Prepared by: Vyacheslav Lykhachov, an Israeli originally from Russia. Historian, political analyst. Member of the Expert Council of the Center for Civil Liberties. Head of the National Minority Rights Monitoring Group. For fifteen years he has been leading a Hate Crimes Monitoring Program in Ukraine. For more than twenty years, he has been studying xenophobia and far-right movements in the post-Soviet space. Author of books «Nazism in Russia», «Right-Wing Extremism in Ukraine: The Phenomenon of ‘Svoboda’». Author of research reports «The Far Right in the Conflict between Russia and Ukraine», «Far-right Extremism as a Threat to Ukrainian Democracy», and others. He was actively involved in the preservation of Jewish historical and cultural heritage. A founder of the Chernivtsi Museum of the History and Culture of Bukovinian Jews. He worked at the Holocaust Museum at the Israeli National Memorial to the Victims of the Catastrophe and Heroism of Yad Vashem (Jerusalem). He taught at the Institute of Asia and Africa in Moscow State University and the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”.