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Thank You from the U.S. for being so kind to refugees.


ThankYouPoland
7 Mar 2022 #1
I'm a Father and Husband in the U.S. and I'm devastated by the images and video coming from the war zone.

It's so heartwarming to see Ukrainian families being welcomed and rescued from terror. Personally I feel helpless and unable to make a difference for these people. I wish that I could be there making a difference in these people's lives but I'm so glad you're there representing the BEST of humanitarianism. Poland is setting an example for the rest of the world and I'm so proud of you all.

Thank you!

Eric Foster
Father, Husband, American, Human.
Novichok 2 | 7,710
7 Mar 2022 #2
Poland is setting an example for the rest of the world and I'm so proud of you all.

Poland has no choice. It still counts but less.
GefreiterKania 15 | 1,700
7 Mar 2022 #3
The world has never seen such a humanitarian tragedy in such a short period of time - the number of refugees who crossed Polish-Ukrainian border now exceeds 1,000,000 (one million, in little more than a week!). Poland is doing what she can, but the rest of the world has to do their bit to. Here's hoping...
Atch 17 | 4,113
7 Mar 2022 #4
the rest of the world has to do their bit to. Here's hoping...

We already are. Every country in the EU is already helping and not just the governments but ordinary people.
Novichok 2 | 7,710
7 Mar 2022 #6
but ordinary people.

Did you?
Atch 17 | 4,113
7 Mar 2022 #7
(one million, in little more than a week!)

The latest figure is 1.7 million over half of whom have come to Poland.
GefreiterKania 15 | 1,700
7 Mar 2022 #8
Border Guard informed yesterday that our border was crossed by over 1,000,000 Ukrainian refugees. The rest probably went to Romania, Slovakia and Hungary but we don't have exact data from those countries.
Atch 17 | 4,113
7 Mar 2022 #9
Did you?

Yes and continue to do so.
Crnogorac3 3 | 1,750
7 Mar 2022 #10
Poland is setting an example for the rest of the world and I'm so proud of you all.

One must humbly take off one's hat to Poland and admit that only the regime of a certain Boris Johnson treats the pale-faced refugees from Ukraine's fertile Aryan steppes consistently and without hypocrisy almost as equally as those sunbathing ones from the poverty stricken rocks of Afghanistan and Iran. It is now clear that only in the UK is there really "no place".

twitter.com/LOS_Fisher/status/1500503401548898312

twitter.com/danbloom1/status/1500510529340727313
Atch 17 | 4,113
7 Mar 2022 #11
The rest probably went to Romania, Slovakia and Hungary

They won't be staying there though. The Red Cross and various other organizations will help them to reach any family they have in other parts of Europe and if they have nobody - God it's heartbreaking, especially the old people - they will be sent to different EU countries.

the regime of a certain Boris Johnson

But the people of England, that's a different story.

youtube.com/watch?v=ieVOzJnf29g
Lyzko 36 | 8,468
7 Mar 2022 #12
High time indeed for the US to continue performing her humanitarian duty and quite pawning off responsibility to the already strapped EU!!
Surely Germany and Poland cannot realistically be expected to bear the brunt all by themselves.
Biden realizes that Ukraine is now on his agenda, as much as the US-economy or even Covid.
Novichok 2 | 7,710
7 Mar 2022 #13
High time indeed for the US to continue performing her humanitarian duty

How much should she spend to keep the corrupt Ukrainian swamp in power? The answer is in dollars, not a tear-jerking essay.
Lyzko 36 | 8,468
7 Mar 2022 #14
Without some of those values of humanity you sneer at, might as well trade in our homes for a cage in the local zoo!
What then are humans even worth without humanity to accompany it?

If you have a disagreement, even physical altercation with someone, if when the person leaves, they suddenly scream they're going into cardiac arrest, would you put mutual feelings of enmity aside and render at least bare minimum aid, or would you instead give in to your basest instincts and let the person die?!


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