West seeks to kill every Russian until Russians kill Putin

“I think we knew a Russian genocide was in the cards since 2013, and maybe for a long time before that, but Zelenskyy has today articulated that he wants Russians in Russia to get rid of their leader in Russia before he stops killing Russians in Ukraine,” suggested Israeli security analyst Simon Baldock.

“You [Russians] will be killed one by one,” explained Zelensky, “as long as Russian President Vladimir Putin, who ordered the invasion of Ukraine, is in power, Ukrainian head of state Volodymyr Zelensky told the Russians, and especially government officials, on Saturday.

Ethnic Russians comprise more than a quarter of the Ukraine population and more than 70% of many parts of eastern Ukraine.

  • Ethnic Russians constitute the majority of the population in Crimea—71.7% in Sevastopol and 58.5% in Crimea.
  • Ethnic Russians are the largest ethnic group in Donetsk at 48.2%; in Makiyivka at 50.8%; in Ternivka at 52.9%; in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast and Krasnodon at 63.3%; and Sverdlovsk at 58.7%. All ethnic Russians.
  • In Krasnodonskyi raion, the ethnic Russian population is 51.7%; in Stanychno-Luhanskyi  the ethnic Russian population is 61.1%; in Luhansk ethic RUssians are 70.54% of the population; and in Izmail Russians are 43.7% of the total population.
  •  Odessa oblast, Putyvl Raion, the ethnic Russian population is 51.6%.

Data for this section comes from the following resources and may be outdated becauase of the war and the massive (12 million plus internally displaced and 3 million migrants).

  1. Russians in Ukraine (encyclopediaofukraine.com)
  2. 6.pdf (mpg.de)
  3. Refworld | Ukraine: Treatment of ethnic Russians
  4. Russians in Ukraine – Wikipedia
  5. Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada – Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (irb.gc.ca)


  • Removing Donetsk Ukraine Flag in 2014

In May 2014, Russian protesters remove a Ukrainian flag and replace it with a Russian flag in front of the Donetsk Oblast Regional State Administration building during the 2014 pro-Russian conflict in Ukraine. Photo Credit: Andrew Butko, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0Copy of GNU Free Documentation License. Original Митинг в Донецке 0015.jpg is cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine


“Until all of you [Russians] solve the problem,” continued Zelenskyy, “of the one who started it all, who started this senseless war against Ukraine, you will be killed one by one, becoming scapegoats, because you do not admit that this war is a historical mistake for Russia,” a frantic Volodomyr Zelensky said in his daily diatribe, sometimes screaming, perhaps a reflection of the fanaticism and strife he takes away from dealing with his American puppeteers. Those puppeteers comprise now thousands of Americans in Ukraine, in Kiev and on the front lines.

Other Americans manage the war in Ukraine, at bases in Germany, France, Poland and Britain, explains one American in Kiev who says he talks to the White House but does not want to be identified because he “wants to make it home, upright and walking and not in a body bag”.