Jul 06, 2022
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This psychological break explains the C Level Contact List obvious contradiction between everyday experience and the results of sociologists. Many people who think that war is morally and politically unacceptable may at the same C Level Contact List time speak of support for the Russian government's "special operation" not only out of fear but in the vain hope that the official version of events will turn out to be, somehow, way, miraculously true (at least in part). Because that would free her from the horrible prospect of moral failure and the C Level Contact List terrible need to speak out against the facts. The government is trying very hard to use this moral dilemma, effectively blackmailing people out of fear. A true Russian is not ashamed to be C Level Contact List Russian, and if he is ashamed, he is not Russian and he is not with us," said the president's press secretary, Dmitry Pes . But there is a vulnerable point in this tenuous contradictory C Level Contact List reasoning: it cannot be sustained for long. No amount of draconian information control measures can shield citizens from the monstrous reality. First of all, about a third of Russians have relatives in Ukraine. No censorship can prevent millions of phone calls and messages between them. My phone is C Level Contact List filled with the most desperate pain. "We've been sitting in the basement for four days." "They are bombing. We are experiencing a blockage. No one can get in or out." “Today I C Level Contact List stood in line for 5 hours to buy bread. They didn't bring anything." I can quote those messages by the hundreds. And there are millions like me in Russia. This testimony of the catastrophe is C Level Contact List much more persuasive than the political debates. It is dangerous for us to discuss the number of casualties suffered by the Russian army in the Ukraine. It is the most sensitive issue for the C Level Contact List government, which closely monitors these discussions. The government has officially acknowledged that more than 500 soldiers have died during the "operation". Even this number is monstrously high. In ten years of war in Afghanistan, the USSR lost just over 14,000 soldiers and officers.