It’s hard to go back to normal daytime activities when there’s a war going on in the country nearby. A war during which the fate of our country is decided. If Ukraine wins, the threat from Russia all over Europe will be much smaller, then we will have a wonderful democratic country on our border and with time everything will be as it used to be. If Russia wins, the iron curtain will fall across our border and an arms run will begin. There will be a line between freedom and enslavement. That is why I am constantly watching and supporting the Ukrainians a lot. They are fighting for Poland too, for my country.
The first forecasts were clear: Ukraine will collapse in 2-3 days. Meanwhile, we are in the fourth week of the war and I hear more and more often about the possibility that Ukraine has a chance to be a free country.
For me and most of the free world, Ukraine has already won in the field of the image. Everyone probably knows where Ukraine is by now, and if you are not sure, I think you will check it soon because I have prepared a list of the most interesting tweets from the last week to cheer up your hearts.
And I promise the next posts will be about 18xx.
It looks dangerous, but in the real life, it was very surprising:
To understand this video, you have to watch until the end. pic.twitter.com/SWTNfywcZD
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 7, 2022
and another one:
Life carries on. Ukrainians have a practically superhuman ability to summon the ‘right stuff’ in a moment of crisis.
Books must be written about this nation’s resilience and grit. The rest of the world, and future generations, have a lot to learn from the Ukrainian people. https://t.co/vUOTYpexVm
— Nolan Peterson (@nolanwpeterson) March 6, 2022
Would you like to own your private defense system?
One man's trash is another man's new private AA defense system. https://t.co/QfNXdQlgxa
— France Suisse 🌐 (@MLehort) March 10, 2022
Women in the Ukrainian army:
Валькірії Києва заряджені на перемогу!🇺🇦 pic.twitter.com/S8GEvicJiw
— 🇺🇦Armed Forces (@ArmedForcesUkr) March 14, 2022
Ukrainian soldiers after hours:
Glory to Ukraine!🇺🇦 pic.twitter.com/fBmPvMiR5N
— 🇺🇦Armed Forces (@ArmedForcesUkr) March 6, 2022
Хлопці знають, що врожай на соняшники буде 👍👍👍 pic.twitter.com/6Nz8U0Wgfx
— 🇺🇦Armed Forces (@ArmedForcesUkr) March 17, 2022
Ukrainian soldiers are waiting for Russian tanks:
— Rob Lee (@RALee85) March 16, 2022
The smile of children on the Polish border is priceless:
Needs no comment 🙂 🇺🇦🇵🇱 pic.twitter.com/zMhPdtFkqm
— Exen 🇵🇱 (@Exen) March 15, 2022
The messages from people of the world:
— Michael Weiss 🌻🇺🇸🇮🇪 (@michaeldweiss) March 17, 2022
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"Я – Джеймс Хайнеман. Багато з вас бачили мене по телевізору. Мені потрібно щось сказати… Рускій воєнний корабль – іді на**й".
Весь світ за нас 💙💛 pic.twitter.com/Ef5pm80ZFH
— Defence of Ukraine (@DefenceU) March 7, 2022
— Gala 🇺🇦 (@Gala_Shine) March 6, 2022
I strongly encourage all my fans to donate to the humanitarian organization today.
If you don't know where to start, I provided full info on the Portal Games website.
Please, support Ukraine. Please, share this message. Please, RT! pic.twitter.com/UYLz6zmZGF
— Portal Games (@trzewik) March 5, 2022
Diplomats from European countries:
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 1, 2022
Full video from Zelensky to U.S. Congress, only for adults (the second part of it)!
All of those and many more you can see on my private Twitter:
And some extremely successful memes or pictures:
Another resounding Ukrainian victory in the meme war pic.twitter.com/1gEb4lQiZH
— Business Ukraine mag (@Biz_Ukraine_Mag) March 8, 2022
— Glasnost Gone (@GlasnostGone) March 11, 2022
While Granny saves the cat, our defenders save Granny. pic.twitter.com/JuntQOpY8v
— MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 (@MFA_Ukraine) March 16, 2022
Грузинські добровольці та російська ганчірка 🇬🇪🇺🇦 pic.twitter.com/XROCTtDLKz
— Сергей Нещадим (@nevedimka123) March 16, 2022
— Oryx (@oryxspioenkop) March 13, 2022
— Mikhail Khodorkovsky (English) (@mbk_center) March 14, 2022
Granny Mariia from Ternopil region bakes bread for our defenders 💛💙
Photo: Nastia Sbrodova pic.twitter.com/CseiRV6ywE
— MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 (@MFA_Ukraine) March 8, 2022
— Kristina Berdynskykh (@berdynskykh_k) March 8, 2022
Glory to Ukraine!