Russians have changed dramatically," the organizers Phone Number List of the poll wrote. There are frequent cases of people who have changed their minds in the last two weeks. The communist Duma deputy Mikhail , who voted for the recognition of the sovereignty of the Donetsk People's Republic and the Luhansk People's Republic (two Russian-speaking Phone Number List territories in eastern Ukraine), became one of the symbols of this painful awakening “I voted for peace, not for war. I voted for the Donbas to stop being bombed, not for the bombs to fall on Kiev," he wrote . on Twitter on February 26. Some politicians did the same. But today, most Phone Number List of these transformations occur at the grassroots level.
Someone who had supported the "special Phone Number List operation" from the beginning changes their mind once the mass layoffs begin in their city, or someone they know is being recruited and forced to sign Phone Number List a contract that allows the military to send them to a hot zone. . Tactic Throughout the two weeks of the war, anti-war protests took place in the streets almost every day. But the repressive police regime had no trouble controlling them. By March 11, the police had arrested an unprecedented number of people who participated in Phone Number List demonstrations: 13,913 people .
In the never-before-seen circumstances Phone Number List of scaremongering, police brutality, and the blocking of most independent media, no one has been able to muster a critical mass in a street protest that the government cannot suppress. Liberal opposition leaders who have emigrated continue to call for daily protest rallies “ in the Phone Number List main square of your city ”. It is easy to understand from an emotional point of view: no day should be spent accepting war. However, icy reason tells us that what is most important at the moment is Phone Number List not an ethical stance but careful work to.