In Ukraine the elephants are cancelling school holidays and forcing children to learn a new history, this time from a Russian perspective. This is according to Petro Andryushchenko, a city official of Mauripol, The Guardian news publisher in London reports.
Like Dunblane, the horror Little children trapped, shot With their teachers A single man with all the hatred a heart can muster You can't buy a beer when you're eighteen in Texas But you can buy two guns Walk into an elementary And murder twenty-one
n.b. For the editorial that spawned the headline above, check out Le Monde, the Parisian daily news publisher. We can only ask, how many more?
teachers train children how to shelter under desks essential life skills
n.b. Under the constant stress of invasion threat, imagine sending your child to school to be taught how to behave during a bombing run? Not unlike the USA, where children have to be taught how to respond to risk of mass shootings. While mankind learns nothing and continues to ‘profit’ from arms manufacture.
oh! sorry, you didn't mean 'aggressively' you meant 'economically' ~ pardon my mis-placed fears of superpower war it's about money ~ the three million citizens of old Kyiv put up for auction
n.b. Money talks, not peace talks? ‘Economic sanctions’. Nice. The arms industry clearly could do with a new market place. Afghanistan, Chechnya, Syria, so now Ukraine. There will be a pile on in arms shares. Sickening. Now Putin just has to check whether he can afford to invade before waving his troops in.