You remember that I tripped across an expat Chilean journalist in the Ukraine who was actually telling the truth about what was happening there?
He was picked up by the SBU, but apparently the huge amount of interest in his case helped him to be released unharmed.
Thanks to readers for sharing the update – look at the comments to see a short video he made.
Strange to say how relieved I feel that he’s still alive.
Also, another warning to me to not jump to conclusions so fast, given the huge amount of disinformation swirling around.
BH, we should only hear more good news, closer to home.
Not that fluffy, ‘Disney’ version, where Zelenskyy is a worthy successor to Moshe Rabbenu, and where all of the millions of neo-Nazis in Ukraine are just brave ‘freedom fighters’.
No, the real truth about the violence, murder and torture that has been going on for years in the Ukraine, with Zelensky just the latest ‘puppet leader’ of the country – deliberately installed as a kind-of Jewish dictator, to forestall any suggestion that Ukraine is actually being run by Nazis, mamash.
Here’s the post that Lira pinned to the top of his Twitter Feed, last month:
He last updated his social media on April 15th – almost a week ago.
He’s based in Kharkov, where the main fighting has now moved, so I didn’t know if just the internet was out – or something worse.
Now, it seems that Zelensky’s SBU secret police found his hiding place, kidnapped him, tortured him – and killed him.
The below from HERE.
As a journalist myself, this kind of thing hits very hard.
War is not a joke. Mamash.
Here’s Scott Ritter’s take on this:
It’s the last day of Pesach today, our festival of freedom.
I can’t tell you how much I’m hoping for the real ‘freedom from evil’ to manifest in the world more strongly, very soon.
But that process starts with us.
With each one of us.
Who finally makes a decision in our dalet amot to stop living in the world of lies, to stop ‘going along’ with things that we know to be bad and evil, deep down, and to be brave, and to start standing up for what we know – deep down – to be true and good.
There is strength in numbers.
And even a very small person can achieve some very great things, when they connect themselves to God.
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