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And I am horrified to have that childhood refrain of the world banding together against bad guys taken away. PS - for those interested, here are links to the text and video of one of my favourite speeches that zelensky has given. The substantive question raised by these speeches is, of course, whether Zelenskiy is right. He claims that “a bloody reconstruction of nazism has taken place in Ukraine”. At the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC, he tells the tales of four brothers, three of whom were shot by the Germans. The last man standing was his grandfather. It’s powerful, persuasive and irresistible – but is Putin really as bad as Hitler? It’s a reminder, if we needed it, that rhetoric always needs watching. If you want to understand who we are, where we are from, what we want and where we are going, you need to learn more about who we are. This book will help you do just that.' President Volodymyr Zelensky Ukraine has faced several seismic events in its democratic self-government, including the Orange Revolution in 2004 and the Euromaidan Revolution in 2014 . March 2014 also brought the Russian invasion of Crimea . In response to the Russian occupation, tens of thousands of Tatars fled the Crimean peninsula. Cultural facts

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The noted conservative economist delivers arguments both fiscal and political against social justice initiatives such as welfare and a federal minimum wage. He added: “Since 2014 the Russian government has been brainwashing its population with propaganda. They try and make Russia believe Ukraine is not a real country and say fascist monsters have captured it.” What I would add to Ostrovsky’s comment about the global impact of Ukraine’s defiance and Zelensky’s democratic appeal to anyone with liberal values is that it’s potential more profound than we recognize now. Ostrovsky writes that Zelensky captivates the rest of the world with a “moral clarify and force” that leaves no listener indifferent. I agree. I also find it to be an understatement. Zelensky and Ukraine have become a moral cause for democracy and empathy as anyone can see. It also seems to me that this has become an inflection point where global liberal values have found a role model that has galvanized unity against totalitarianism. Ukraine’s president gathers 16 recent speeches, defiant and stirring, to rally the world to his embattled nation’s cause.Today, the whole world is talking about what will happen next. Any provocation—any spark—could burn everything to the ground. You are told that this flame will bring freedom to the people of Ukraine. But the Ukrainian people are already free. We remember our past, and we are building our future ourselves: building it, not destroying it, in spite of what you are told every day on the television." But low morale among invading troops might be one reason why Russia’s blitzkrieg plan to overwhelm Ukraine appears not to have progressed at the speed Putin would have wanted. The assumption in Moscow was that the operation would be swift and successful. Soldiers were given food and fuel supplies for only two or three days, the videos suggest.

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Bringing together a new introduction by Volodymyr Zelensky with his most powerful war speeches, this book recounts Ukraine's story through the words of its president. i had the humbling opportunity to volunteer in ukraine for three months last summer, doing humanitarian aide and helping out the war effort. it was one of the most difficult, yet rewarding, experiences of my entire life. and this little book does a great job at describing so much of what i love about the ukrainian people. We will meet the dawn together with the whole country. One day soon, loved ones will be together again.The book, which republishes 16 of Zelensky's key speeches, does not elaborate on how they are written. They are understood, though, to be crafted partly by Dmytro Lytvyn, a 30-something magazine columnist who works for the presidential office. While the precise words are apparently Lytvyn's, they are inspired by Zelensky's ideas and emotions. Nonetheless, there is an authentic sense that many Russian servicemen regret ever having come to Ukraine, a journey that has ended for some in death or disillusionment. One interrogator asks a prisoner: “So, what do you think, are you soldiers of the strong Russian army or cannon fodder?” The book has a beautiful preface by Arkady Ostrovsky, in which he talks about the 'We're here' speech, about his experience while meeting Zelensky, and offers his thoughts on the war and the current situation. And needless to say, it is longer than any Zelensky speech in the book 😊 But it is a beautiful, insightful preface. The book also has a beautiful introduction by the man himself, President Zelensky.

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These are absolutely devastating days for Ukraine. As Ukrainians seek refuge in neighboring countries and beyond, the importance of clear communication is paramount. When the world feels turbulent, being understood in your own language can make a real difference. Russian and Ukrainian are only about 65% mutually intelligible and more than 30% of the vocabulary differs between the two languages. By some estimates, this difference is almost as high as 40% . Savo gyvenimo nesustabdykit, bet padėkit jį išsaugot tiems, kurie aukoja viską. Mums pakanka paaukot tik truputį.He even brandished a bullet casing used to kill a Ukrainian reservist who had sung at the Paris national opera, saying: "It would be fatal to think that the situation in our country does not concern you." World leaders take note: when crafting a truly inspiring speech, nothing focuses the mind like a Russian missile with your name on it. This wisdom comes courtesy of a new book of speeches by Volodymyr Zelensky, the Churchill-in-a-teeshirt whose finest hour seems never-ending.

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