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Referendum Over, Russia Makes A Big Push into Ukraine

The Russian Parliament has now ratified the admission of the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions into Russia as a result of the democratic referendum there. The parliament stood and clapped once it had taken place this afternoon.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told reporters ..

“We don’t care about the West’s recognition of the results of the referendum, but they have to understand the new reality.”

A short time after this statement, Russia launched a massive military operation. Russian President Vladimir Putin has been talking about this happening for weeks and so it comes as no surprise that the road map is being followed.
It has been reported that Russian troops killed over 100 Ukrainian servicemen, six tanks, eight armoured vehicles and nine unarmoured vehicles. The aerospace Russian forces also pounded Ukrainian deployment targets with high precision which left Ukraine’s puppet president Volodymyr Zelenskyy begging NATO to nuclear bomb inside Russia. You read that right, he gave a public announcement which has been translated as saying that now would be the time to make preemptive nuclear strikes inside Russia.

Meanwhile the EU has approved new ‘biting’ sanctions against Russia.

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