Murderous Russian tyrant Vladimir Putin has resorted to a renewed bout of civilian terror against his victim, Ukraine.
Over the weekend, his troops unleashed a literal rain of fire in the most intensive campaign of missile strikes on Ukrainian cities.
They blew up apartment buildings all over the country and blasting young children to horrible deaths.
‘Russia’s Sick Imperialism’ Strikes Even More Viciously
A renewed barrage of Russian missile attacks was fired on Saturday and Sunday by bombers flying in the airspace of Russia proper, the occupied Crimean Peninsula, the Caspian Sea to the east, and Moscow’s puppet, Belarus, north of Ukraine.
A young child was killed in Kharkiv, in Odesa, and a total of nine people died, including an eight-year-old. In Kyiv, a seven-year-old girl was severely injured in her sleep when her apartment building collapsed after being hit by a Ukrainian missile.
A total of 14 Russian missiles of various types were fired at the Ukrainian capital on Sunday. While ten were intercepted, the other four hit residential quarters. A total of 51 missiles targeted cities all over Ukraine.
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Dmitry Kuleba, posted on Twitter an image of the rescue of the seven-year-old girl in Kyiv, with a call for G-7 to adopt more crushing sanctions against Russia and provide Ukraine defenders with more heavy weapons.
Kuleba also insisted the “sick imperialism” of Russia “must be defeated.”
This 7 y.o. Ukrainian kid was sleeping peacefully in Kyiv until a Russian cruise missile blasted her home. Many more around Ukraine are under strikes. G7 summit must respond with more sanctions on Russia and more heavy arms for Ukraine. Russia’s sick imperialism must be defeated. pic.twitter.com/0kn2hl7A4x
— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) June 26, 2022
Russian missile strikes hit residential buildings in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
The missiles struck just hours before G7 leaders gathered in Germany for a summit and prompted calls from Ukraine for a stronger response to Russia. pic.twitter.com/OPlw3lzCK2
— DW News (@dwnews) June 27, 2022
DEADLY MISSILE STRIKES ON KYIV: Russian missiles slammed into residential buildings and a kindergarten in Kyiv today. Putin ramped up Russia’s attacks as President Biden met with G-7 leaders in Germany. @TSoufiBurridge reports from Kyiv. https://t.co/ISkKk2Tg3S pic.twitter.com/X5SgaVY324
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) June 27, 2022
It’s difficult to see this morning’s missile attack against residential areas of Kyiv 🇺🇦 as anything but a deliberate 🇷🇺 escalation and a signal to the G7 meeting in Elmau today. pic.twitter.com/NvTftqyHPd
— Carl Bildt (@carlbildt) June 26, 2022
We have the people of #Ukraine in our thoughts as Russia targets missile attacks on civilians in Kyiv.
Today in Elmau with our @G7 partners we stand together in our resolute support to Ukraine @ZelenskyyUa pic.twitter.com/74XfbzHmQx
— Charles Michel (@eucopresident) June 26, 2022
Putin’s Mystery Dash After Meeting with Bloody Dictator Buddy
Meanwhile, on Saturday, there was a late-night mystery dash of Putin’s Aurus limousine towards the Kremlin in Moscow, which was caught in cell phone footage.
It came after earlier in the day, Putin met with his only major ally, the dictator of Russia and Ukraine’s neighbor Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, in a tete-a-tete session.
Lukashenko is presently resisting Putin’s insistence to send Belarus’ military, whose condition is questionable at best, to attack Ukraine from the north.
During his meeting with the Belarusian fellow dictator, Putin promised to supply his ally with Russian nuclear-capable weapons.
Commenting on Sunday about Putin’s late-night Moscow dash, his propaganda stooge Dmitry Peskov claimed, “everything is normal.”
The Putin regime appears increasingly desperate as it is failing to overwhelm Ukraine in spite of making very costly gains in the Donbas region. It has called up from retirement a really fat Russian special forces general to command troops on the front lines.
Reacting on Sunday to Russia’s renewed missile attacks, Joe Biden, who was in Germany for the G-7 meeting, said, as cited by The Daily Mail, those were “more of their barbarism.”
Biden vowed the unity of the free world to counteract the Russian crimes will not be shaken.
Russian missile strike on Odesa Obl injured 8 ppl, including a child – Obl governor Bratchuk
It was launched by a Tu-22M and hid a residential sector; fires on area of 500 m2 erupted – OperCommand South
📷 https://t.co/rhW7a3AvIx pic.twitter.com/6pxa0Ygkun
— Euromaidan Press (@EuromaidanPress) June 27, 2022
Kharkiv. The results of the arrival of the Russian missile.
10 rescuers work to rescue a man and his wife from the concrete rubble. pic.twitter.com/vwm5xwYerj
— Free Ukraine (@Mihoflowersy) June 27, 2022
Kharkiv today after another russian missile strike. pic.twitter.com/uopvbc3JSv
— Andrei Kurkov (@AKurkov) June 26, 2022
‼️ Putin and Lukashenko hold talks in the Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg, partially open to the press. At the same time, Lukashenka has been in Russia for the third day and before that the presidents' talks were held in a closed format.‼️ pic.twitter.com/mTbA9jbwOw
— AZ 🛰🌏🌍🌎 (@AZmilitary1) June 25, 2022
The top line from today's talks with Lukashenko in St Petersburg is that Putin has decided to deploy nuclear-capable Iskander missile systems to Belarus "in the coming few months" pic.twitter.com/Zfm8n8gqew
— Francis Scarr (@francis_scarr) June 25, 2022
These are the indicative estimates of Russia’s combat losses as of June 27, according to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/qimaFzgMA2
— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) June 27, 2022