‘Adolf Putin’ graffiti splattered across Russian buildings as thousands protest the president’s ‘acting like Hitler’

Enraged, Russians protesting Vladimir Putin’s violent invasion of Ukraine have scrawled graffiti comparing their tough president to Nazi monster Adolf Hitler.

Demonstrations against the Russian leader swept the world after two days of intense fighting that resulted in at least 2,800 Russian soldiers being killed or captured.


Graffiti comparing Putin to Hitler was scribbled at a St. Petersburg metro station.Credit: Unknown, clearly with photo table.
Protests Against Vladimir Putin'S Invasion Of Ukraine Have Swept Across The World.


Protests against Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine have swept across the world.1 credit
Israeli Protesters Brand Russian President A War Criminal


Israeli protesters brand Russian president a war criminalCredit: Environmental Protection Agency

After more than 1,500 people were detained as a result of mass protests in Russia, a demonstrator scribbled “Adolf Putin” on the wall of a metro station in St. Petersburg, the Russian president’s hometown.

In the capital Moscow, protesters carried placards reading “No to war. Putin, go away” and posters comparing him to Hitler.

The fact is that the European Union said on Friday that the actions of Vladimir Putin are comparable to the actions of the Nazis during World War II.

“He talks about the denazification of Ukraine, but behaves like a Nazi. So it’s all in his head,” EU spokesman Peter Stano told reporters in Brussels.

Stano was asked about Putin’s alleged military goals, including his repeated claims that the Russian invasion was to prevent a “genocide” against the Russian-speaking population of Ukraine.

“He always says something about preventing genocide, which is complete nonsense because he is committing or about to commit genocide,” Stano said.

Prominent Russian critics of Putin’s war include the daughter of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.

Sofia Abramovich, 27, posted a photo on Instagram that read: “Putin wants war with Ukraine” with the word “Russia” crossed out.

“The biggest and most successful Kremlin propaganda lie is that most Russians support Putin. [sic]” the post continued.

Protests erupted in the streets of more than 50 major Russian cities hours after Putin’s shells began to fall, and support for a war with Ukraine appeared to be much lower than when Russia annexed Crimea in 2014.

In a remarkable display of defiance in a country where anti-government demonstrators are often labeled traitors, huge crowds clashed with riot police.

However, experts believe much larger protests will be required if they are to have a significant impact.

“At the moment, the government can suppress almost any protest,” said Russian political analyst Tatyana Stanovaya. The keeper.

“In order for the situation to become serious, a lot more people had to come out than [on Thursday].”

Nobel Prize-winning Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov said the idea of ​​war is highly unpopular with most Russians.

“Memory of [Second World] the war and the fact that people have relatives in Ukraine, and the fact that Ukraine is an expensive country for us, holds back even the most ardent supporters of the current leadership,” he said.

“There is no enthusiasm for this.”

No enthusiasm for it [war]

Dmitry MuratovRussian Nobel laureate

On Thursday, a video of a brave Ukrainian woman confronting Russian soldiers went viral as she demands to know “why the hell” they invaded her country.

Protests against Russian aggression took place in cities around the world.

Demonstrators in Edinburgh wrote “mass murder” in red graffiti on the side of their Russian visa application.

The car with the Russian ambassador to Ireland was surrounded by an angry chanting crowd while trying to enter the territory of the Russian embassy in Dublin.

In New York, a group with posters gathered outside the Russian consulate.

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Russian troops entered the outskirts of Kyiv on Friday, threatening the city of 3 million people from the northwest and east.

The Russian Defense Ministry said its forces had captured the strategic target of Anotov Airport about 20 miles northwest of the city center.

Russian tanks were filmed in the Obolonsky district just six miles north of the city center on Friday morning.

On Friday evening, sirens are heard over Kiev for the second night in a row, and explosions again shake the city.

Kyiv mayor and former world heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko warned that Friday night would be “very hard” for his city after five explosions were heard, including one near a power plant.

A defiant Putin called on the Ukrainian army to overthrow its leadership, calling President Zelenskiy’s government “a gang of drug addicts and neo-Nazis that has settled in Kyiv and taken the entire Ukrainian people hostage.”

Roman Abramovich'S Daughter Sofia Shared An Instagram Post Condemning Putin'S Actions.


Roman Abramovich’s daughter Sofia shared an Instagram post condemning Putin’s actions.Credit: Unknown, clearly with photo table.
A Small Crowd Gathered Outside The Russian Embassy In London


A small crowd gathered outside the Russian embassy in London1 credit
Courageous Russians Detained In Protest Against The Actions Of Their Government


Courageous Russians detained in protest against the actions of their government1 credit
About 1,500 People Have Been Detained In Russia.


About 1,500 people have been detained in Russia.1 credit
The Police Detained Hundreds Of People In Moscow.


The police detained hundreds of people in Moscow.1 credit
Kyiv Saw Shelling On Thursday Night


Kyiv saw shelling on Thursday night1 credit
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky Promised To Stay In Kyiv.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to stay in Kyiv.1 credit
Russian War Machine Lies Destroyed After An Unexpectedly Violent Ukrainian Battle


Russian war machine lies destroyed after an unexpectedly violent Ukrainian battle1 credit
Vladimir Putin Called The Government Of Ukraine


Vladimir Putin called the government of Ukraine “neo-Nazi” and called for its overthrow1 credit

Zelenskiy called on the international community to help after new sanctions were announced against Moscow and pleaded for military assistance.

“When bombs fall on Kyiv, it happens in Europe, not just in Ukraine,” he said. When missiles kill our people, they kill all Europeans.”

Friday’s attacks on Ukraine by Russia “were more vicious,” Kyiv’s ambassador to the United States, Oksana Markarova, said, though she said Russian troops did not advance as planned.

“The enemy is clearly surprised by the results of the armed forces and volunteers in protecting the integrity of our country,” she said from Washington.

NATO has announced the deployment of additional troops to Eastern Europe, although the UK has warned it will not send any troops due to fears of an “existential” war between Russia and the West.

Russia was also banned from participating in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest after organizers said its inclusion could “damage the contest’s reputation.”

Late Friday, a spokesman for President Zelensky said the Ukrainian leader and Vladimir Putin were discussing the venue and time for peace talks.

The spokesman said that Ukraine is ready to talk about a possible ceasefire with Russia.

Earlier today, the US State Department questioned possible Russian diplomatic plans, urging the Kremlin to first stop bombing Ukraine.

“Now we see how Moscow assumes that diplomacy is carried out at gunpoint or when Moscow’s rockets, mortars and artillery are aimed at the Ukrainian people,” spokesman Ned Price said.

“This is not real diplomacy. These are not conditions for real diplomacy.”

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