Russian Invasion of Ukraine Appears More Peaceful, Less Deadly than 2020 U.S. George Floyd Riots

The 2020 George Floyd Black Lives Matter riots were the deadliest and most destructive riots in U.S. history, resulting in many dozens dead and tens of billions worth of damage.

So far, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been more orderly and peaceful than the 2020 Black Lives Matter riots.

Meanwhile, the United States — a country that collectively took a knee over the drug-induced death of amateur pornographer George Floyd — wants you to once again fight and die in a country halfway across the planet.

Take a look at the destruction of Ukraine the U.S. from the 2020 BLM riots.

Fast-forward 2 years and Russia decides to invade Ukraine after NATO allies spent billions of dollars over a decade training and arming a neo-nazi separatist militia calling themselves the “Azov Battalion.”

The U.S. instigated a color revolution in Ukraine, after which it installed a puppet regime before attempting to absorb the country into NATO — a red line for Russia.

Now, it would appear the militias have fled, the military has surrendered and the puppet government is somewhere across the border posting Instagram photos and sending tweets.

Ukraine’s final attempt at winning the war is politely asking Twitter to ban Russia online.

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