Ukraine Resources

If you’re pressed for time, but would like to see highlights from my interview with Ukrainian subscriber Sergei Hovyadinov, you can use the linked timestamps to jump straight to a topic.

To do so, visit the video on YouTube (the link is below the following images) and follow these instructions:

Click SHOW MORE in the show notes.

Click the timestamps of interest to you, i.e. 7:07 to see “Just you watch: Next, Russia will try claiming that the Kherson region wants to be independent. It’s a stage fake.”

The link will take you straight to that location in the video.

Here’s the video’s page on YouTube:

youtube.com/sergei-interview

 

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HOW TO HELP UKRAINE

Aid
Sergei suggested visiting The Washington Post free page listing how Americans can donate to help people in Ukraine.

In the Deseret News, Art Raymond reported that a longtime Airbnb host in Salt Lake City “decided the fastest and most direct path of getting money into Ukraine was to book a ‘no stay’ stay with a fellow Airbnb host in Kyiv.”

Airbnb said in a statement that to help the effort, it is “temporarily waiving guest and host fees on bookings in Ukraine at this time.” It set up a page for its initiative, at:

airbnb.org/help-ukraine


Info
You can stay ahead of misleading and false news at France’s AFP Fact Check Europe.

Learn more about Ukrainian citizens’ commitment to democracy by watching the NetFlix documentary Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom (the trailer is here).

It covers the Euromaidan protests in Ukraine from November 2013 to February 2014, which were sparked by the Ukrainian government’s sudden decision not to sign the European Union–Ukraine Association Agreement, instead choosing closer ties to Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union.

Combat
Ukraine is inviting non-Ukrainians to literally join its fight against Russia by serving in the International Legion of Defense of Ukraine. From its page:

“If your citizenship is other than Ukrainian, but you are standing with Ukraine against the Russian invasion; If you want [to] actively participate in fighting for European freedom and democracy; If you have combat experience, or want to gain it standing with brave Ukrainian defenders: Now is [the] time to act! Join the International Legion of Defense!”

From the bullet points:

<> Full Support Provided
<> Visa Requirements Cancelled
<> Vital Experience — Guaranteed!

The page is at:

fightforua.org

To see how they feel about Russia, click its name in the list of countries.

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One Comment

  1. Posted March 9, 2022 at 8:58 pm | Permalink

    Dear Mr. Kelly,
    I watched carefully / sadly, the video with Sergei regarding the stories about the sufferings of the Ukrainian people. All Romanian televisions debate in detail and with the contribution of qualified people all the topics with truthful support, related to the war in Ukraine, a neighboring and friendly country to the Romanians.
    American / European officials visit us at a high level to coordinate our strategies, going with pain, until they consider the provocation of the third world war, according to the inhuman desire of a dictator, in this case, Putin.
    The foreign legion, which will be formed in Ukraine, is a very good idea and I express my opinion, as a lower reserve officer, that its staff should consist of well-trained citizens in the theaters of military operations of the world, equipped with the most modern armament and supported by a large part of the infantry, with a specialized role of ammunition carriers. Gone are the days of transporting ammunition / equipment / fighters / food by truck. As the sunset of military aviation for which intelligent / efficient equipment has been designed will come very soon. The Russians have largely abandoned aviation bombing and are successfully using medium and long-range cruise missiles.
    In the end, I am glad to see that my country and Poland are another new friendly country, we are actively participating in helping Ukrainian refugees with food, medicine, free domestic transport, child schooling, quality psychological assistance, transfer to other countries and other elements subject to state secrecy.
    Peace be upon you!

    Sorin Vlad
    Romania – Europe



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