Hero, Aleksander Podobed, WWII Veteran. 1 more smile for Putin



Year after year hero Aleksander is there, regardless of unprecedented security for 9 May 2023 Ceremonies in Moscow

Following a drone assault on the Kremlin last week, an alleged attempt on Vladimir Putin’s life, the solemnity and regalia of this year’s 9 May “WWII Victory Day Celebration” was unchanged, spectacular and emotional for hundreds of attending elderly veterans and their families. It was for those veterans the world watched, as Russia said thanks to her veterans.

Attending in Red Square were today over 550 veterans of the World War II defeat of Nazi Germany including some of those brave soldiers who stormed into West Berlin knocking down the Nazi regime that slaughtered over 25 million Russians during the Nazi onslaught beginning in 1941.

Dozens of state leaders and diplomats as well as Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin were surrounded by enormous plain clothes and uniformed security details. And there sat Aleksander.

 

Security high at 78th Nazi defeat ceremony Moscow

President Putin greeting then leaving his ‘veteran friend’ of many years, Aleksander Podobed (seated far right).

Some of the senior veterans of what Russians call ‘the great patriotic war’ were greeted by Vladimir Putin, the world’s most seasoned statesman and certainly a revered supporter to these veterans whom RF President Putin has never forgotten.

How the Russian/American fight began. Russia said, "Never Again". A Russian Hero Aleksander Podobed, Russian WWII Veteran, a survivor of horrific carnage by Nazis that left 25-27 million dead. He and his fellow survivors will be celebrated 9 May 2020 for heroism. The suffering of Russia and its subsequent vulnerability to the West's bullying may explain a vile segment of human history that has yet to end. A sustainable peace would be the best gift to Aleksander Podobed. Russia said, “Never Again” and has stuck to that with the same kind of determination that China shows in the defence of its territorial sovereignty.

A Russian Hero, Aleksander Podobed, Russian WWII Veteran, a survivor of horrific carnage by Nazis that left 25-27 million dead. He and his fellow survivors were celebrated again on 9 May 2023 for their heroism. The suffering of Russia and its subsequent vulnerability to the West’s bullying may explain a vile segment of human history that has yet to end. A sustainable peace and the safety of ethnic Russians the world over would be the best gift to Aleksander Podobed. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Meanwhile neutral observers of the America / Russia conflict say they “deplore the malignant warring conduct of both sides. But it’s a David and Goliath fight and when David gets his licks in, the cheers might come unmuffled. There is a hint of that in the air today.”


Security high at 78th Nazi defeat ceremony Moscow

Having lost 25-27 million countryfolk to the Nazis in WWII, there is nothing anyone can say to redeem the cause of fascism for a Russian. The 9 May 2023 wreath laying for the unknown soldiers of WWII was a touching moment for the hundreds of veterans whose service 78 years ago ended World War II.


“Anyone who denies that Ukraine has a severe Nazi problem has been brainwashed vehemently by the Biden Administration’s lies and propaganda and has never been to Donbass. America has been shelling the people of Donbass for some eight years using American supported and American armed Azov Nazi militia,” said Dale Carter of The RINJ Foundation.

Fists night on Rostav Region of RUssia for DOnetslk PR refugees fleeing their homes

The picture and its story: Russian Refugees from Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR assembled in the Rostov Region of Russia a little over a year ago for their first night away from the shelling in Luhansk and Donetsk.

“Some day those who have not done so already, will return home, perhaps at least for a visit,” said one recently.

Each person was a year ago issued with funds and welcomed to the homes of Russian families seeking to host their ethnic Russian confreres from the Donbass region where these people, faced steady genocidal acts since 2014 against them by the US-backed Ukrainian regime comprised of mercenaries, Canadian soldiers, British Soldiers, American Soldiers, and Nazi militia troops. Photo Credit: Erik Romanenko/TASS


Ukraine shelling Luhansk “I have nothing against Russian nationalists, or a great Russia,” said Dmitry, a Nazi member of the Azov brigade, as we (local humanitarian worker) sped through the dark Mariupol night in a pickup truck, a machine gunner positioned in the back. “But Putin’s not even a Russian. Putin’s a Jew,” said that Nazi back in 2014.

Photo submitted by RINJ Humanitarian worker in Mariupol. Note from the site: “These photos were obtained from a Chechen soldier in Mariupol who offered Lana his smartphone.” Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine