By Na'omi Allen
Mrs Allen is a disgruntled American veteran and this is her personal blog. She studies geopolitical phenomena, with a focus on countering contemporary Nazism.

Nolan Peterson, a “war correspondent’ for Coffee or Die Magazine, complained about how he doesn’t know how he’ll sleep in Ukraine tonight, knowing that a bomb could strike his building at any moment.

This is indeed a tragic way to live. Which is why it’s so important for people to understand that the people of Donbass have been living with fears like this for more than 8 years. Donbass sympathizers agree, and piled on Nolan for his willful ignorance.

Then… another Ukrainian “journalist” joined the conversation, acting like people are high.

I understand that it’s illegal for Ukrainians to tell the truth about Donbass, but I have no patience left for Ukrainian Civil War Deniers, aka LIARS. Russia isn’t who has been bombing Donbass for more than 8 years.

While Nolan tries to decide where he should sleep tonight with bombs going off around him, I’d like to know how he can sleep at all with his conscience. Or does he not have one? After experiencing, for just one night, what the people of Donbass have experienced for more than 8 years, how do these people not feel ashamed?

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