Russian forces surrounded and invaded Ukraine all because Vladimir Putin wants to dominate a sovereign nation and to control Ukraine’s autonomy.
Immediately we hit his propaganda network Russia Today, and took out many of Russia’s government sites. These actions will continue. We, as activists, will not sit idle as Russian forces kill and murder innocent people trying to defend their homeland.
To all of the Russian soldiers who may read or hear of this message, and to any of their family and friends who may be able to pass this message along, we strongly encourage all of you in the Russian forces to lay down your weapons and just walk away. Putin’s crimes do not have to be your crimes.
As bombs fall on Ukraine, together as a collective we will try our best to give valid information to the people of Russia about the crazy actions of Putin, and also try our best to help the people of the Ukraine by giving them care packages. Our care packages are meant to help keep data channels open, and to also help obfuscate their communications from prying eyes.
While some of our actions may be considered illegal in the eyes of various governments, we must also note that the US government has admitted to using cyber warfare against Russia. With no diplomatic ties to Russia, we see no reason any western laws should be used against our actions in trying to protect and defend the people of Ukraine, and also to help educate the people of Russia.
As soon as Vlad started his war on the people of Ukraine, he started to censor Twitter and Facebook in Russia. The solution to circumvent any censorship by Russian internet providers is to use the Tor network, or a virtual private network. We do understand that using a VPN or Tor in Russia to access restricted content is against the law, so you must do so at your own risk.
We stand with the Russian people who oppose the dictator Putin.
We stand with all of the people in the world who crave changing this insane rock into a better place for all of us to live.
Sunday 27 February 2022
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