My interview from Donetsk on the people’s eagerness to vote to join Russia

Interview I did on RT yesterday, after observing the DPR referendum (from September 23-27) on whether to join Russia.

UPDATE: Censortube removed the video, but it’s still on my Odysee and on my Telegram.

During that time, I visited areas where voting was occurring in homes/apartments to lessen the opportunity for Ukraine to shell large crowds. Wherever I went–central Donetsk, hard-hit northern & western Donetsk, hard-hit Gorlovka, Mariupol, I saw relaxed people keen to vote (as opposed to Western BS narrative about guns to their heads).

I have a lot of footage from these days which I am nearly done subtitling (I do it manually and of course can’t do so when I’m out on the streets, which I have been, so it’s taking time) and will share here soon.

RELATED LINKS:

First scenes of voting in the referendum yesterday, in the Donetsk People’s Republic. “Yes! Of course, yes!” **Twitter thread with numerous clips of voting over the five day period https://twitter.com/EvaKBartlett/status/1573537823852040192

Western nations want ‘democracy’ in Syria so badly they close embassies and prevent Syrians from voting in presidential elections

Today I saw Syrians dancing and celebrating life, and a return to peace – but, of course, the Western media won’t report that

Syrians filled the polling stations to defend their sovereignty and now fill the streets to celebrate the result

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