@nytimes
The New York Times
10 days ago
Members of Russia's elite fled their country after the invasion of Ukraine. But others who had close ties to the West stayed behind, struggling to redefine their lives. Their choices do not add up to a broad challenge to Vladimir Putin’s war.
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@eatadictator1
RedShift AZ
10 days ago
@nytimes Are we supposed to sympathize?
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@gurdag343434
Gürdağ Akdoğan (kimsesiz)
10 days ago
@nytimes The US is done with the world now it's hard for them to act like you want it done The Russians were cheap labor for westerners gas oil should learn to respect equal democracy now NATO should stop
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@SwavZielin
Swavek 😈
10 days ago
@gurdag343434 @nytimes NATO should stop what? The only reason NATO exists is Russia/USSR threat
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@dorsey_not
Not Dorsey
10 days ago
@nytimes They support Putin.
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@biguede
Sho
10 days ago
@nytimes Who would challenge the dictator when the simple expression WAR in Ukraine is illegal!
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@elephantmarch1
william bradford 🇨🇦 (COMMISIONS OPEN)
10 days ago
@biguede @nytimes if the dictator in this instance is Putin, it seems to me Ukraine is challenging him quite a bit
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@RelaxFactsRFun
RelaxFactsRFun
10 days ago
@nytimes . Putin loses......again. .
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@0wpRX0U0TGLKWYM
sige/Naga
10 days ago
@nytimes ❤️
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