After countless discussions with pro-Russians on multiple forums, I have come to the realization that words do fail.
No. I do not mean that I expect to change the opinion of a pro-Russian on Facebook, in a Ukrainian discussion group.
No. I do not mean that I expect to change the opinion of a pro-Russian on Liveleak, in a comment section for a pro or anti-Russian posting.
No. I do not mean that I expect to change the opinion of a pro-Russian in the comment section of the Washington Post, WTOP.com or anything other media site.
No. I do not mean that I expect to change the opinion of a pro-Russian on RT, RIA Novosti, ITAR-TASS or anyone else on the numerous Russian media sites which are bought, paid for and sanctioned by the Information Warfare experts in Russia. Oh, and by the way, good job, but you still suck.
I mean Vladimir Putin. President Obama, PM David Cameron, Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Petro Poroshenko, you’re wasting your words.
President Obama, thank you for putting better and stronger sanctions in place. That’s a good start but still not enough.
Herman Van Rompuy, Martin Schulz, of the EU. Thank you for putting stronger sanctions in place, but you can do better. The time is for action, not worrying about gas for EU countries.
The time for words is over. Sanctions must be stronger and equipment supplied to Ukraine must be plentiful.
The Information War for Ukraine has taken on a whole new look. Russia, you need to go down. You need to choke on your ilk. You need to feel the pain of exceeding the limits of acceptability. You need to pay.