Ukraine hunts down 'traitors' helping Russia

2022 ж. 28 Сәу.
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Nearly 400 people in the Kharkiv region alone have been detained under anti-collaboration laws enacted quickly by Ukraine's parliament and signed by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy after Russia's February 24 invasion.
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  • Imagine tweeting something and having the army show up at your door

    wv11989wv119896 ай бұрын
    • They're SBU. internal troops.

      prfwrx249prfwrx24923 күн бұрын
    • @Jeffrey Wentz Are you sure about that? where is the information from?

      TheMaksGamesTheMaksGamesАй бұрын
    • There is no due process or freedom of speech in Ukraine right now just like Russia. All medias voice against the regime are ruled illegal. The reason I call Ukraine government a “regime” is because they also dissolved opposition party. Currently Ukraine war is one dictatorship vs another dictatorship.

      PaulPaulАй бұрын
    • This is the democracy that Zelensky and America's allies sing

      أصيلأصيلАй бұрын
    • imagine what will happen to them. We've seen videos of people having their eyes gauged or their testicles cut by Ukrainians.

      Katerina VavitsaKaterina VavitsaАй бұрын
  • “When did you change your mind? Right now?” “Yes” 💀😂 priceless moment

    GriffinGriffin6 ай бұрын
    • @Fighter Freedom is cringe

      Oi M8Oi M84 күн бұрын
    • @M22 Sys 👍👍

      Kora LestenKora Lesten13 күн бұрын
    • @Mitch Durango thanks for that...whatever it was...

      vladdabadvladdabad28 күн бұрын
    • @vladdabad there's no freedom of speech in war time when being invaded, your actions bring military and civilians in danger. every action counts. You deny the flag you're living under, encouraging others to do so too? That's call for arms, not freedom of speech. He could have always moved on and join the other side. That other guy filmed ukrainian positions and sent it to the other got this situations covered.

      Mitch DurangoMitch Durango28 күн бұрын
    • ​@Fighter These are traitors not People

      Noname1906 PLNoname1906 PLАй бұрын
  • I remember of a social program somewhere in the USA, reported by TV, where serious road offenders had to choose between jail or visiting the local morgue chaperoned by officials. Ukrainian government should propose this to this young kid (last part of the video) to see the direct results of his deeds.

    Iron SteamIron SteamАй бұрын
    • That was not a young kid. The man was servicing in Yakutia (Russia), maybe he was servicing during the USSR (before 1991)

      SaLemandrSaLemandrАй бұрын
  • It looks right. I hope that it is true. This will be a pivotal moment in this conflict. The way it is handled will be watched carefully. I don't envy this task. I hope it all ends sooner than later.

    Michael CantwellMichael CantwellКүн бұрын
  • This was more intense than anything COPS has to offer.

    Froy MoraFroy Mora6 ай бұрын
    • Watch cops from 80’ early 90s it was great

      Jesse VangJesse Vang2 ай бұрын
    • He is one of them, they can not do anything to the man, except warn him and educate him to behavior appropriately in times of national catastrophy like invasion. Activities makes a day long. Creativity keeps the mind your, not rotten with nonsense and despicable comments, acting is learned, like you earn respect.

      charles onikosicharles onikosi5 ай бұрын
    • You sir are an idiot!

      William ThorpWilliam Thorp5 ай бұрын
    • Yes because this is the military 💀

      Mega knight is gay GayMega knight is gay Gay5 ай бұрын
  • "The armed forces move fast" I quote military solider.

    king awesomeking awesome2 ай бұрын
  • Ser covarde tem sempre uma oportunidade de fazer um acto de coragem. MAS SER TRAIDOR, NÃO TEM NADA DE BOM. PORQUE ESCOLHE ESTRAGAR A VIDA DO PRÓXIMO, SEJA QUEM FOR.

    Mario MonteiroMario Monteiro28 күн бұрын
  • I feel Ukraine is reaching a watershed choice: are they a western style democrati state of law or not. With reports that, though much smaller than the Russians, Ukrainian soldiers have comitted war criems against which their justice system isn't doing anything, and Russian soldiers being send to jail without any legal representation, I feel that answer might be a negative. As such they do not belong in NATO or EU as much as wel all support them and want them to win.

    dxrebeldxrebelАй бұрын
  • Man i hope and pray this all ends without any further bloodshed or massive scale destruction.

    Chase SmithChase Smith6 ай бұрын
    • @Coffee Coder YT buchacaust

      лалкапалкалалкапалкаАй бұрын
    • Украина уже мертва! Жизнь на ненависти и безбрежной русофобии невозможна. Вы сами уничтожили себя!

      Serg MSerg MАй бұрын
    • The war still continues on

      SuperyamkySuperyamky4 ай бұрын
    • The world is celebrating their life success stories every weekend, globally, without stress, why this madness of vengeance. Which country is next after Russia? Destroying everything in nature, that so many people and organisation have invested billions of dollar to preserve over two decades, it sure doesn't make sense about the self righteous political reasons of hatered pushed down history for land ownership. There should be a financial system and structure that deals with that so called general commerce.

      charles onikosicharles onikosi5 ай бұрын
    • @Sir_Couglet Then you apparently haven't seen a cruise missile fly thru a Ukraine apartment living room and remove a loving Grandmother's face. It is at that precision weapon point you realize there is no difference between what *Style* *of* *War* you're in. One Ukraine Military Spokesman told the hungry news he's already in *World* *War* *III* for the fight of his Life.

      Tuck John PorterTuck John Porter5 ай бұрын
  • Kudos to the ukrainians for applying the rule of law , order and justice and not executing suspects on the spot like the Russians.

    ⵣZeuzBluezⵣⵣZeuzBluezⵣАй бұрын
  • Да здравствует свобода слова, демократия и другие диковинные слова! УРА!

    VladVlad6 ай бұрын
    • Как думаешь что было бы с гражданом совка поддерживающим Германию во второй мировой? Его бы убили просто, причем обычные люди

      Гена БукинГена БукинАй бұрын
  • The Austrian painter's Gestapo couldn't have handled it better! . . . . 🇷🇺💓🇳🇴

    Eric KamovEric Kamov6 ай бұрын
  • I hope this ends well and the ones arresting the colaborators behave like profesionals, not thugs. Then again, these colaborators may be planning similar attacks like the ones done by seperatist in Kyiv at the begining of the conflict, so I understand the equipment. They don't know if they are dealing with a separatist, a terrorist or just a guy sh*tposting on the internet.

    LadikThrawnLadikThrawn2 ай бұрын
  • Poor dad. There is nothing worse than a fathers heartache brought upon to them by their son’s.

    • Agreed

      badawi05badawi056 ай бұрын
    • @Tim Manning I understand what you are say but I think that sort of thought is close to brain washing. You do not blindly follow anyone. You have to look at things objectively and see all sides of the argument. You can be loyal to your country and still think something things are bad or could be better.

      Adam HenryAdam Henry6 ай бұрын
    • @Tim Manning You can only try to do that but at the end of the day we all have our own ideas and thoughts . Maybe Hitlers and Stalin's parents thought they brought their children up correctly

      User UserUser User6 ай бұрын
    • The father seemed to understand what was happening and why

      User UserUser User6 ай бұрын
    • @Ace McMillan What do you mean by that.

      Adam HenryAdam Henry6 ай бұрын
  • This is who you support? The amazing thing is they get people to support Ukraine by claiming this kind of stuff is happening in Russia. This is a perfect example of why you never form opinions based on media reports. What people should be focusing on is how this all started & what was the cause instead of supporting Russia or Ukraine based on some media report. After you learn enough facts you can then decide who you support if you want to support either side or not.

    Wanda MeadowsWanda Meadows6 ай бұрын
  • I have many views on this war, but at the end I just want peace.

    No NameNo Name6 ай бұрын
    • Me too.

      Z4ID4NZ4ID4N13 күн бұрын
  • I'm all for arresting Ukrainians that are helping Russian forces. However, being arrested for expressing your opinion on facebook only gives Russia an opportunity to say that they are coming to "liberate" Ukrainian citizens. I'm not in Ukraine, maybe I'm missing key parts of the situation, but you got to be careful with that kind of stuff IMO.

    LanwarderLanwarder6 ай бұрын
    • Tramping on the national flag???? Anyway, what you wrote is the exact definition of treason in war

      Raga OfficialRaga Official5 күн бұрын
    • @KnightOfEternity This russian "culture" was made to just be in ukrainian culture and destroy it. Not fast, but it would be a degradation of ukrainian language. Yes, we have people who speaks russians, but all things need time. I speak russian but my children will speak only Ukrainian

      Кіріл Глуковський ЕП-12Кіріл Глуковський ЕП-12Ай бұрын
    • @Szymanski how is that not an opinion? Fool

      RCRCАй бұрын
    • This isn't an opinion. If you're supporting Russia, you're supporting the killings they're comitting. You're supporting the idea of a non-independent Ukraine. They definitely should arrest these guys.

      SzymanskiSzymanskiАй бұрын
    • Russians will make the reason to blame Ukraine, one or the other.

      ArchitectureArchitectureАй бұрын
  • Instead of helping their own people they terrorize them for their opinions

    Markry1943Markry19436 ай бұрын
    • 💯

      Lady MercuryLady MercuryАй бұрын
  • Sometimes I think opinions doesn’t take long to turn into something as real as betrayal, especially during a time of war where people must be hyper-clear what side you’re on.

    Lana KLana K7 ай бұрын
    • @Артем Гуськов i think moscow always wanted to control kiev, for decades under Russian rule, when the color revolution happened thats when Russian control was lost, when Russia decided to arm the separatists that are Russian in culture the west started training Ukrainians in the west that were more culturally Western European. Maybe had the berkut & old interior troops of ukraine been more professional in suppressing riots, maybe it would have not given kiev propaganda to say Russians & their cronies in yanakovich govt, it is uncomfortable to see both sides neonazis & neo soviet imperialist die hards fighting in person in war & internet

      Ivan GarciaIvan Garcia2 ай бұрын
    • @PN duarte there is a separatist movement its just not as big as russia claims, only place i believe them is crimea, legit because berkut units, the population, & a referendum held there was pro russian, other than that everywhere else the separatists movement looks tired & inflated, imo,, oh yeah sevastapol , thats sounds really russian; historically speaking

      Ivan GarciaIvan Garcia2 ай бұрын
    • @SCPython ukraine & Russia were both soviet nations with the same training & similar culture, both have similar laws, both act the same, with ukraine having significantly less repression due to western media present, ukraine also was more of a victim than russia in the soviet union. So internationally ukraine holds the moral high ground

      Ivan GarciaIvan Garcia2 ай бұрын
    • @W RP zero!! Rusia no aporta nada de valor a europa! Rusia exporta lo que mas me agrada un cuerno de chivo, no a europa

      Ivan GarciaIvan Garcia2 ай бұрын
    • @Yuriy Seliuk ukraine is more of a democracy than russia but both have had the same training in human rights, dont call the lady sassy, call her misled, but considering ukraines history its fratricide what the warmongers have done

      Ivan GarciaIvan Garcia2 ай бұрын
  • That old married couple yelling at each other was priceless

    DenmarkDenmark5 ай бұрын
    • they werent yelling at each other just talking...

      mic eatahmic eatahАй бұрын
  • I know we're years from it but imagine the spawn of mental instability and truama that is going to lead their next generation. This is how to really push a generation into a radical ideology and poverty. I pray for the future of Ukraine and their people 🙏

    CatBugCatBugАй бұрын
  • These guys were the first on the scene after the Russian withdrawal from Kiev hunting for collaborators and traitors. Without cameras to record their meting out justice I wonder what happened to people wearing white armbands.

    john daviesjohn davies6 ай бұрын
    • Hmm white armbands? Wonder which side would've used those to mark civilians. Definitely the side who is supplied with blue and yellow armbands

      Sababugs112Sababugs1125 күн бұрын
    • @john davies so basically u pro russian trash bc your education is non existent or comes solely from "alternative media" aka russia today

      mic eatahmic eatahАй бұрын
    • @Bob Ingalls yes because they dont commit atrocities u clown

      mic eatahmic eatahАй бұрын
    • @h n Civilians were advised to ware white armbands under Russian occupation to identify themselves as non hostile. The bodies in the basement with their hands tied had white armbands. What happens to those accused of fraternizing or being collaborators in recaptured towns? No need for the patronizing tone.

      john daviesjohn daviesАй бұрын
    • White armbands literally mean they're Russian military. Do you even understand your own statement?

      h nh nАй бұрын
  • 🙏🙏🙏🙏 Ukrainian people 🙏

    Wendy NicklinWendy Nicklin6 ай бұрын
  • Collaboration is one thing, posting words is another.

    Cheeky PiperCheeky Piper6 ай бұрын
    • @Kell Medd sounds like Saudi Arabia

      ExtremeHeatExtremeHeat29 күн бұрын
    • What's the difference? To the government, collaboration is posting words. Dissidence is collaboration. You don't antagonize your government. The people need to fear their government, only then will there be peace. Freedoms and personal liberties are revoked in war. You will fear your government more than the enemy, that way, you will fight the one you fear less.

      Kell MeddKell Medd6 ай бұрын
  • This would be a hard time for Ukraine 😬

    Reaper25Reaper256 ай бұрын
  • War is terrible. I've heard WW2 veterans call it the failure of humanity. Maybe. And what a tiny little democracy like Ukraine is doing in defence of liberal democracy is far greater than capitulating to Putin out of fear, greed or agreeance would have been. One of the greatest things I'll live to see, more than likely.

    StephenAndrew777StephenAndrew7776 ай бұрын
  • Todo mi apoyo a ukrania desde españa

    Leonor GonzalezLeonor Gonzalez6 ай бұрын
  • A very balanced view of the reality of war.

    Gene PozniakGene Pozniak6 ай бұрын
    • Respect and love are sacred for your family and friends in times of national emergencies. It is overwhelming situations what the world is becoming over right and wrong and desire for vengeance.

      charles onikosicharles onikosi6 ай бұрын
  • He changed his traitorous mind when his army turned up.😆

    John HigginsJohn HigginsАй бұрын
  • Fear is the real enemy

    Reaper25Reaper256 ай бұрын
  • Dang. The mom at the end is like “take him. Let him learn his lesson” 😳

    Sina HaaseSina Haase6 ай бұрын
    • @Programmer during an Invasion it's completely different, I'm sure if America was getting invaded and in trouble of losing their entire country to a more dominant force the fbi/cia would show up at doors asking why you're promoting the deaths of your own people.

      TylerTyler2 ай бұрын
    • NO..Train your child to bridle his or her mouth as the consequences could be grave or pardon. I extend my sympathy to the whole family. They could warn them and seek his expertise knowledge on matters of opposing political views.

      charles onikosicharles onikosi6 ай бұрын
    • @NotFanta So you're just an imbecile. Should have said from the beginning.

      Loredana & VirgilLoredana & Virgil6 ай бұрын
    • @Python totally agreed

      Mark ZolMark Zol6 ай бұрын
    • meow meow meow meow meow meow meow

      AppIeAppIe6 ай бұрын
  • Long live Russia 🇷🇺❤️💪🇷🇺❤️

    Sushil Kumar BeheraSushil Kumar BeheraАй бұрын
  • Братья, ураинцы, я понимаю что бывают те кто даже с вашей стороны делают подлянки, кто выступает против вас, но, колi, вы звяртаетеся да свайго народу, неабходна разумець, гэта твой народ, гэта не акупанты, не трэба на іх ісці натоўпам са зброяй, адправіць байца, двух, яны разбяруцца, а астатнее за вами, вы ўсё пераадолее, мы з вамi!

    Сява скейтерСява скейтер4 ай бұрын
  • Oh wow! I just read these comments on KZworld channels. I wondered if these comments came from Russians. It never occurred to me that the comments praising putin against Ukraine would be Ukrainians. Isn't this a twist in this dramatic play?

    Glistening WatersGlistening Waters6 ай бұрын
    • @z08840 хрена ты тестирование устроил)

      LuM4xLuM4xАй бұрын
    • @zeneczka chernecova фсёнитакадназначна, русская?

      z08840z08840Ай бұрын
    • Я русская, все это политические игры и к сожалению страдает простой народ с обеих сторон

      zeneczka chernecovazeneczka chernecovaАй бұрын
    • @CycloneSteve Information taken from Putin's sock

      wayfatewayfateАй бұрын
    • @Mahesh it's called martial law, kid

      z08840z088402 ай бұрын
  • Ser amedrentado por no estar de acuerdo con las acciones de tu país me parece... Autoritario. Sin tomar en cuenta que precisamente la gente "prorusa" dentro de Ucrania es el motivo por el que está siendo invadido ese país. A ojos de muchos este vídeo es "correcto", pero la represión a los decertores u opositores rusos es un acto "vil", vaya lógica.

    KunikuniKunikuniАй бұрын
  • conflicting viewpoint can make that person a security risk that can and should be looked at. Its a very binary decision; you are either for, or against Ukraine.

    alida flusalida flus6 ай бұрын
  • These people had a part in the atrocities and war crimes that the russians committed against innocent Ukrainian civilians. Im glad Ukraine kept receipts 💀

    Juan CervantesJuan CervantesАй бұрын
  • How could they help Russia in this situation very sad for them

    Nam2thomNam2thom5 ай бұрын
    • People in the occupied territories will be scared that they will be suspected of supporting Russian regime. I live in Russia and we have some refugees from Kharkiv oblast and they tell scary stories about actions of Ukrainian army against people suspected. Some people in occupied territories does not want their territories liberated by Ukraine not because of love to Russia but because of fear of suspicion. I know a person from Melitopol, that does not want to participate in this conflict at any side, her survival is one and only her concern and if moving to Russia will be the safest route, she'll do it. Think about people from DPR and LPR, those action won't help them, they only act as a proof which side they should support and that side is not Ukraine.

      Ranmaru ReiRanmaru ReiАй бұрын
    • Very likely indoctrinated. You know, you don't need to be in Russia, to be indoctrinated with Russian propaganda.

      Yuu SeirYuu SeirАй бұрын
    • There are alot of Russians living in Ukraine. Ukraine is multiethnic country. Russia used this excuse to annex Ukrainian territories. Imagine alot of Mexicans invade USA Texas, Florida and Arizona and the Mexican President decide to hold Referendums in Texas to seize land becos Mexicans voted to secede Texas when the current 40% Hispanic population decide they feel oppressed and that the US border isnt swung wide open enough already to allow more Mexicans to move drug cartels through the US and import child and women over for Mexican owned businesses in the US.

      h nh nАй бұрын
    • Welcome to the world of propoganda

      RachiDOWRachiDOW2 ай бұрын
  • Wow, social media can get you in trouble over there too!

    Jeff HagansJeff Hagans6 ай бұрын
    • YEP. Seriously SO!! It is the most effective channel of important information for family affairs opinions and critical analysis of preponderance miscalculation.

      charles onikosicharles onikosi6 ай бұрын
  • I understand that when a country is at war due process against suspected tractors is not sustainable, but still, somehow it feels wrong

    LashaULashaU6 ай бұрын
    • It is very wrong…Ukraine has been doing this since 2014.

      Nukes4YouNukes4You6 ай бұрын
  • Traitors and collaborators can be more treacherous and dangerous than the invaders as proven throughout military history. Treason has little options

    rodeo4rodeo47 ай бұрын
    • Yes Ukraine and Russia were fighting war since 2014..

      मगरमच्छमगरमच्छ4 ай бұрын
    • @Srt to bad the Free west is what cause the war Between Russia and Ukraine along with NATO expanding in to Eastern Europe which NATO membership was only for Western Europe not Eastern Europe.

      Joey ReidelbachJoey Reidelbach6 ай бұрын
    • @A R lol Ukraine itself is filled with corrupt oligarchy, democracy in Ukraine is a flawed one not much better than Russia’s. Just look at Poroshenko and Zelensky they accused and purged all their political opponents as being ‘Russian agents’ without evidence. Not to mention that Ukraine’s GDP per capita is much much lower than Russia, Belarus, and EU in fact it’s lower than most Asian and Latin American countries.

      EzraEzra6 ай бұрын
    • @Franck de BZH so with other words - the Gestapo did the right thing back than !?

      OffspringOffspring6 ай бұрын
    • @Jesse James 😂🤣 your the FOOL! If you spent 5% of your zombie brain.. you would quickly realize who is the puppet master! Hint: NOT ZELLENSKY! Mr. T....I PITTY THE FOOL! DAF.

      Seymore FactSeymore Fact7 ай бұрын
  • I totally understand this but also it is a very scary action. "Witch hunt" comes to mind. It's very shakey ground and a possible thin line to being very similar to Russian paranoia policy.

    Ajay AminiAjay Amini6 ай бұрын
    • @Ajay Amini This is exactly why the western world NATO and the EU should never have gotten involved since 2014 by supplying Ukraine with modern weapons, and billions of Dollars and training, it just destabilises the whole region, they are basically the same people and culture, they even speak Russian almost as much as Ukrainian. In 1949 when NATO was formed it had just 12 members, now NATO has 30. NATO has allowed countries to join it that the original organisation would have never let join because they are not in the North Atlantic treaty mandate. Zelenskyy is nothing more than a western world Puppet of Putin.

      Cheapskate NinjaCheapskate Ninja6 ай бұрын
  • For Ukraine 🇺🇦

    Ryan's ChannelRyan's ChannelАй бұрын
    • glory to Ukraine, the great country where you can be arrested for tweets 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦

      John DoeJohn DoeАй бұрын
  • Taken them away, know hurt feeling for their own people's. Spies I call them, if it was their family at risk what will their do, those traitor. Not deserve to be call Ukraine citizen, shame on them.

    Myriam RosalieMyriam Rosalie6 ай бұрын
  • Here its 21 years for treason(Norway), the max penalty. In ww2 it was death penalty, i wonder what the sentence this man will get if found guilty of treason in Ukraine?

    Hoenir CanuteHoenir Canute2 ай бұрын
  • Traitors are 10x worse than the enemy.

    J KJ K7 ай бұрын
    • they are not traitor to Ukraine, they are Russians living in Ukraine. Those regions had Russians for centuries, and ukrainian regime bully them for years.

      AlexandreAlexandre19 күн бұрын
    • Yeah like Navanly's

      Nature Blank 🇷🇺Nature Blank 🇷🇺6 ай бұрын
  • Well done guys

    Olga GobshtisOlga Gobshtis6 ай бұрын
  • Clearly we see what is really going on

    man dayakman dayak6 ай бұрын
    • @Hougen if you believe in that then i feel sorry for you

      Jenny Myers Jenny Myers Ай бұрын
    • @Hougen Russians don't execute Ukraine's supporters, don't lie. My town is under Russian army's control now. Many people from my town were evacuated to Russia. Some of them support Ukraine openly on social networks. And nobody arrest them for that. Vice versa - they are being fed and paid money.

      Наталия ЛеоноваНаталия Леонова6 ай бұрын
    • @Hougen He was helping the Russians and giving them stuff and probably information of Ukrainian positions.

      JonasTachiJonasTachi6 ай бұрын
    • at least they aren't executing Russia supporters, like Russia is doing to the Ukraine supporters

      HougenHougen6 ай бұрын
    • The Ukrainian Schutzstaffel at work, being supported and whitewashed by Western media? Yep.

      AustenheadAustenhead6 ай бұрын
  • I laughed so much when he said "извините" which is translated as "I'm sorry") 0:53

    Евгений АндросовЕвгений АндросовАй бұрын
  • If he don't like Ukraine, why dosen't he move to Russia then ? Hope he'll be treated well though and according to law.

    Patrick PPatrick P6 ай бұрын
  • This is a tough decision, but look how they caught that son filming positions, and sending it to the Russians Army. Wow what a time.

    beChrist1stbeChrist1st7 ай бұрын
    • @Arm And the 1994 treaty of friendship

      Quincy JonezQuincy JonezАй бұрын
    • @h n Nope, there aren't and im quite confused from where this myth comes from. Kharkiv was for a long time already pro ukrainian. Most of the people there support ukrainian statehood and independence. Yes, many speak russian there, but that doesnt make all of them pro russian.

      FleekRush YTFleekRush YTАй бұрын
    • @FleekRush YT Kharkiv is a huge area. Its equivalent to the size of the panhandle of Texas. There are many pro-Russians there. Its literally border with Belarus and Belgorad which has significant pro-Russian sentiments.

      h nh nАй бұрын
    • @Arm And but some of those are not soviet socialists of the union anymore and chose to go back to independence, as they are able to do, they are not under any sovereign state under Ukraine Soviet Socialist Republic or Union or anything, they had already left a couple of times, why is the remainder of the Ukraine continuing to force them to rejoin against their will? Seems ridiculous, in 8 to 10 years past they have formed their own armies, have their own security, can feed and defend themselves as required, why continue to bully them?

      Ana Mokena-NicolAna Mokena-NicolАй бұрын
    • @gerri577 ...but it wasn't Ukraine for most of them, it had some other names and Ukraine was a much smaller neighboring populace

      Ana Mokena-NicolAna Mokena-NicolАй бұрын
  • "There is nothing to worry about."

    Carter StrainCarter Strain6 ай бұрын
    • @Kell Medd Or its something people say when they dont want you to worry. Not everything is a conspiracy.

      Jeffrey WentzJeffrey Wentz6 ай бұрын
    • That is what people say when there is something to worry about.

      Kell MeddKell Medd6 ай бұрын
  • They treated him so nicely. Russian police come barging in.

    Trap BoisTrap Bois5 ай бұрын
  • Beware of traitors!

    John ZajacJohn Zajac6 ай бұрын
  • Traitors must be taken out

    Herson LamolliHerson Lamolli6 ай бұрын
  • "He will be Cured!" .. I have the feeling that was not intended as concern for his future health.

    mwmnmwmmwmnmwm6 ай бұрын
    • They are scared to say anything else or they'll be next.

      Night OwlNight Owl6 ай бұрын
    • @Ric Barker How can you confidently say that ??

      User UserUser User6 ай бұрын
    • @Максим Приходько That is not a bad idea . Take him to a morgue and let him stay in a room full of dead bodies , that might wake him up

      User UserUser User6 ай бұрын
    • @0† 4 Exactly!

      November Witch5November Witch56 ай бұрын
    • meow meow meow meow meow meow meow

      AppIeAppIe6 ай бұрын
  • so the world in fighting for all the freedoms. aid Ukraine. to take freedom from those who dnt support their bs 😅. u have to love politics! 😂

    Ozzie KassieOzzie Kassie6 ай бұрын
  • Freedom of Speech and being an idiot that puts your country and fellow citizens in danger is two different things. Ukraine right now can't afford having dissention or any form of rioting; anyone who promotes ideals of dissention and rebellion from the Ukranian government will have to be treated seriously, possibly even escalating into treason if the person is giving information to the enemy.

    sameer munshisameer munshi29 күн бұрын
  • Team Russia 🇷🇺

    El compa VergoliaEl compa Vergolia6 ай бұрын
    • Aka team war criminal clown Pootin 💩🇷🇺💩

      Chairman MeowChairman Meow6 ай бұрын
  • That first dude folded so fast 💀😂

    ItzCapItzCap6 ай бұрын
  • Imagine what these goons do when the cameras aren't on.

    whitetower67whitetower676 ай бұрын
  • Ukraine must be vigilant. It's not just the barbarians at the gate they must worry about, but the quislings within their own borders who will lend a helping hand to the enemy.

    Scottish PrinceScottish Prince6 ай бұрын
    • We need to publicly record every riot shield bust. This perspective where the camera was somehow IN FRONT of the column advancing on dangerous Russian apologists had me on the edge of my seat.

      Andrei ShustovAndrei Shustov6 ай бұрын
  • in every war there is always a traitor

    Hombre PobreHombre Pobre6 ай бұрын
  • There’s no worst title in your community, than to be known as a traitor.. smh

    A_Bx_Veteran_with_A_PassportA_Bx_Veteran_with_A_Passport6 ай бұрын
  • Had to revisit this video after watching another SBU arrest video. Trying to look at body language only.

    Rebecca CaraskaRebecca Caraska6 ай бұрын
  • Glory to Ukraine

    Mikey LejanMikey Lejan6 ай бұрын
  • Are people seriously supporting arresting citizens for stating an opinion online!? I'm not talking about aiding the war, I'm talking about simply making a statements that 'deny' the war. It's scary how people can turn so tyrannical in the face of a crisis 😳

    AnonymousAnonymous6 ай бұрын
    • I think they’re taking such a hard stance because Russians can also see those post and depending on their location and region use them as spy’s. When you have mass destruction and death but with unaffected citizens denying what is happening it can be upsetting and dangerous .

      Abriah.JAbriah.JАй бұрын
  • Вот вам демократия смотритите все🇺🇦🤮👏!!!!!!!

    Дмитрий КабановДмитрий КабановАй бұрын
  • "He'll be cured!" That's not quite satisfying. I hope you don't eliminate them. They're yours even though they understand the situation quite differently.

    arthur lyampenshaarthur lyampensha6 ай бұрын
    • If they love Russia so much, but them at the boarder, let's see how Russian soldiers greed these animals

      lentokone toveriturbiinilentokone toveriturbiini6 ай бұрын
    • Ukrainian authorities do not spare anyone, neither their own civilians nor soldiers. the world will yet know about it and shudder with horror.

      Margo IsabelMargo Isabel6 ай бұрын
    • @Che Guevara Ukrainian authorities do not spare anyone, neither their own civilians nor soldiers. the world will yet know about it and shudder with horror.

      Margo IsabelMargo Isabel6 ай бұрын
    • In any case, they will be cruelly tortured.

      Che GuevaraChe Guevara6 ай бұрын
    • @dawg gone vidz 🤣🤣🤣 but so right though

      arthur lyampenshaarthur lyampensha6 ай бұрын
  • Actually it was signed before the war, he was passing laws in 2021 for whistleblowing which directly impacted who they would call traitors.

    Anti Fascist Fascist ClubAnti Fascist Fascist Club7 ай бұрын
    • What specific law and situation are you referring to?

      manny kannymanny kanny7 ай бұрын
    • it's the very reason there is war

      Elonmir MuskovyElonmir Muskovy7 ай бұрын
    • well those people are Russia they would be tortured until they wanted to die.

      Murray FlewellingMurray Flewelling7 ай бұрын
    • Uh oh. The sheep 🐑 will overlook that though. Anything goes to hurt their adversary, even though it might bite their behind later 🤣

      seva20022seva200227 ай бұрын
    • Yes, Victor Medvedchuk, Ukrainian opposition politician, was actually under house arrest since last May.(2021) after being charged with treason.

      Anita VeraAnita Vera7 ай бұрын
  • Freedom of speech…. Perhaps but there should be limits and if you support the enemy verbally who isn’t to say you wouldn’t support them physically as well? In Denmark we had an Imam who praised Islamic state in a public mosque and encouraged young Muslims to join them. He has freedom of speech yes… but when your words encourage hostile actions against your own people and country, then you are a traitor. This is why the first guy is a traitor. He sympathised with the enemy and that makes him dangerous. He would most likely give the Russians information about people in his community, support them with money, food etc. Best course of action is to lock him up until the war is over, and perhaps he should consider moving to Russia if he likes it better there.

    Magnus KuhlmannMagnus Kuhlmann6 ай бұрын
  • Ukraine is on top of things!!! 👍

    leftymadridleftymadrid2 ай бұрын
  • Is Zelenski going after the people who don’t like him like he did in 2014?

    FFEMTB08FFEMTB086 ай бұрын
  • Bravo! Encarcerate the traitors

    Vilma BatresVilma Batres6 ай бұрын
  • I have mixed feelings about this. Of course traitors must be expunged but shouldn't existing wartime codex already deal with this? Such laws have a long history of being overused and denying people a fair trial, especially in situations where the spirits are heated as they always are in war. Cooler heads must prevail. Slava Ukraini!

    M OM O7 ай бұрын
    • @NegruRW oh yes definitely. There has to be an investigation.

      Sean NiemeyerSean Niemeyer6 ай бұрын
    • @Ricebunny Local It's well known even to foreigners that most russian ethnics are loyal to Ukraine...A lot of soldiers defending Kharkiv are russian ethnics..I know some of the rl

      NegruRWNegruRW6 ай бұрын
    • @Sean Niemeyer The first guy is an old man but even you would detain him to find out the extent of his actions..Especially when your city is the front line and even an old man with a phone can do a lot of damage if he communicates with your enemy

      NegruRWNegruRW6 ай бұрын
    • @tatum ergo He posted a meme you nzi clown. The CIA pay you in bitcoin or dollars?

      tuco lalotuco lalo6 ай бұрын
    • @Ellen Faulkner it was in a video from Ukrainian TV with one of the Region’s governors

      sevynn3970sevynn39706 ай бұрын
  • He changed his mind right when he knocked on the door you got to give him some credit for that put him in handcuffed some shackles that's what they do in Thailand for one year

    Bobby WinklerBobby Winkler5 ай бұрын
  • We don t exactly know what happen. But at least in europe, people are treated according to some guaranties. But I think that for example: great britain went quite angry not long ago, because of considerations of this kind. The rumour of people disapearing in russia.....we would really like to know what happen to them. We are not so worried with people within european system of funcionning of things etc. but I wanted to say that for ex, it was great britain, who was one of the first to install a kind of law, asking precisely where someone went. And what happened to him. In the past there hadn t been always answers about the whereabouts of the people, in case of something bad happend. And this a really important piece of law. It is called habeas corpus. Sometime people just die on the ground and can t be found. But the idea was to always try to answer, what happened to each person. It is a really important part of advanced civilisation. For ex: russians soldiers disappeared in ukrain..... There is more than a rumor that said that russian soldiers were burnt there, by their own people... What we don t know is if they were reported dead or missing.... Really important stuff those kind of things....

    Eric EricEric Eric6 ай бұрын
  • But it's wrong when Russia does it tho🤦🏾‍♂️

    Jonathan TalbotJonathan Talbot6 ай бұрын
  • One minute you're a keyboard warrior, the next Ukraine special forces are banging on your door! "I didn't mean it".

    AnonanonAnonanon6 ай бұрын
  • Every war in free societies is a unnerving balance between given rights in times of peace and your participation within this framework in times of war - understanding this relationship is usually a very painful process for citizens in free societies... In times of war, the state doesn't have time for ambiguity, thus it's safer to lance the boil then debate the merits of free expression. It has been this way for thousands of years.

    Will ColemanWill Coleman6 ай бұрын
    • It really amazes me how so many people forget this. In times of war, even the most freedom loving government will limit freedom of expression and arrest innocent people on the basis that they joined the enemy's political party before the war. A saddening and frustrating thing to think that people think this arrest, and however many similar ones made, are unjust

      ChickenBrothChickenBroth6 ай бұрын
    • @TheSkydiverphoenix Yeah but now I feel the U.S. shouldn't be supporting a human rights violating country with my taxes.

      Hamza MianHamza Mian6 ай бұрын
    • meow meow meow meow meow meow meow

      AppIeAppIe6 ай бұрын
    • @Catherine mainstream media is always media backed by certain political stances, the closest thing to un biased media is independent journalism from a respectable person, then ones own bias could come into account so is there any media we can trust?

      Savage GamingSavage Gaming6 ай бұрын
    • You think Ukraine is a free society? You are a 🤡. Ukraine hasn’t had an elected government since the US led coup in 2008.

      Kevin AlliesKevin Allies6 ай бұрын
  • aiding and abetting!! and who tell you the military gives a f about freedom of speech during war!! their objectives is to defend the territorial integrity of their nation from internal and external causes...

    ferrari4horsep ferrari4horsepferrari4horsep ferrari4horsep6 ай бұрын
  • 𝗥𝘂𝘀𝘀𝗶𝗮-𝗨𝗸𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗻𝗲 𝗪𝗮𝗿: 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗣𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗼𝗿𝗮 𝗕𝗼𝘅 𝗶𝘀 𝗢𝗽𝗲𝗻 The ramifications of this war run much deeper than the impact it will cause to those directly involved in the conflict. It will reshape the world, as it is likely that other latent frictions between countries and territories will be activated as a consequence of the Russia-Ukraine situation. This war just opened an era of wars, small and large, between different peoples. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently said that this war could easily become "the biggest war in Europe since 1945", and I agree. If countries with similar backgrounds cannot reach agreement between them, then how much more likely it is that several countries that have big differences and ancient conflicts may easily slip into war for no apparent justifiable reason. On a personal level, it saddens me to see how fate turns around and once again we find ourselves at war. I am sorry and restless since I have many students in Russia and Ukraine who are under threat and feel how the deteriorating situation is affecting them and the whole world. In Israel, too, I have many students who follow with concern what is happening in Eastern Europe, anxious about the fate of their family members and friends. My hope is that the manifestations of hatred between the Russians and the Ukrainians will stop soon, two peoples who have lived side by side throughout history. If it were still possible, I would give everything I could to silence, calm down, avoid the escalation, but this is impossible for now. There is not much that we can do at this stage. We can only long for peace and a ceasefire, talk about all parties showing restraint. The parties in conflict could follow the example of the Native American tribes who buried their hostility in a ceremony during which previously warring tribes agreed to settle their differences and live in harmony, and sealed their agreement by the chief of each tribe burying a war hatchet in the ground. Such a scenario does not look realistic under the current circumstances. Thus, above the forces of hostility, above the egoism and control as the driving forces of all the conflicts in the world, we can only raise a global prayer for peace, asking that we all get along with everyone. Because only in the power of connection and in the connection between our hearts, can a great positive force arise, a force that is able to unite all parties, to reconcile the haters, to awaken the truth in us all that we all belong to one soul. As it is written, “He who makes peace in His heights, may He make peace upon us…” (The Book of Job, 25:2).

    roni barkroni bark6 ай бұрын
    • I agree with you even the Late Muammar Qaddafi commented about Ukraine being a dangerous situation in the early 2000's shortly after visiting there

      NDR 7652NDR 76526 ай бұрын
  • So interesting because he's being detained by soldiers who, before the invasion, were FELLOW CITIZENS - normal people who were living their lives and decided to take up arms and either join the army/defense forces based on the law or as volunteers (unless something has changed, I believe the colored armbands have that meaning/some relevant meaning). How difficult it must be to defend/try to explain your actions when questioned by your peers on the ground who have chosen to put their lives on the line to protect you and your country (instead of a random detached government official or some faceless person in a complex bureaucracy).

    G CG C6 ай бұрын
    • They are from Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) and they do not know to do any thing else.

      Анна НикитинаАнна Никитина6 ай бұрын
  • This video leaves us with many questions which can't be asked...Something is not right maan but let me shuush!!!!

    Aijaman PirloAijaman Pirlo6 ай бұрын
  • A really interesting piece especially for those who can read between the lines.

    Paul V.Paul V.7 ай бұрын
    • @HELLO Man Anyone that doesn't fall for the Russian propaganda. LOL they are Russian trolls.... I think that like half of them.

      Xpain xXpain x6 ай бұрын
    • Very, very clever. Wink, wink...🤦‍♂️

      HH ScottHH Scott6 ай бұрын
    • @wer wer it is meant for thoose who understand that while ukraine is defending they are just as bad as the russians.

      I Play GamesI Play Games6 ай бұрын
    • Between the curved lines Curved like an S In between another S

      Angie GAngie G6 ай бұрын
    • @Jan 674 What do you mean American bots. People who support America without question?

      HELLO ManHELLO Man6 ай бұрын
  • lol- That traitor changed his mind (about Russia)... when the soldiers knocked on the door.

    vasily202vasily2026 ай бұрын
  • Господи, спаси и сохрани честных людей!

    Елена ФедороваЕлена Федорова6 ай бұрын
    • @Елена Федорова а как же росийская армия? Она же ближе чем всу!

      KazakhstanosKazakhstanosАй бұрын
    • @TechEnjoyer o tak i je

      mic eatahmic eatahАй бұрын
    • @Это Самое Господи, спаси и сохрани честных людей от ВСУ!

      Елена ФедороваЕлена ФедороваАй бұрын
    • от всу*

      Это СамоеЭто СамоеАй бұрын
    • ГЕСТАПО! Уничтожает людей за политические взгляды!

      Serg MSerg MАй бұрын
  • I support ukraine and i hope they will defend their country but they have to change a lot of things such as corruption and freedom of press and speech. if someone gets arrested because of a tweet, they are not ready to join the eu

    BB3 ай бұрын
    • So you just let him go putting soldiers and civilians in danger? He should be arrested regardless of how the info is obtained.

    • @Lorenzo de Groof один из задержанных передавал координаты он с нашего Харькова🇺🇦

      Mirco BrozovićMirco Brozović26 күн бұрын
    • The EU is sadly not as Virues as you think if you want to know why start looking it and also it is war you don't want traitors in your own people simple as that.

      Some OneSome OneАй бұрын
    • Do you realize the equivalent of what he was tweeting is like someone in the united states spouting out anti-american propaganda and saying "GO ISIS death to America!". It may not be like that to you, but that's what its like to Ukrainians, and rightly so.

      somethingoversomethingoverАй бұрын
    • @Wizzy ! это ли свобода слова?

      Sharp ARTHURSharp ARTHURАй бұрын
  • STOP THE WAR BROTHERS AND SISTER nobody gonna win..a lot of people gona loose😢😢

    TheNicestTheNicest6 ай бұрын
  • "Perfectly functioning democracy"

    CyprianekCyprianek7 ай бұрын
    • @sk31370n Russia doesn't arrest people who support Ukraine or Zelensky. Watch less Western television.

      Nature Blank 🇷🇺Nature Blank 🇷🇺6 ай бұрын
    • indeed. in russia the arrested would not return.

      sk31370nsk31370n6 ай бұрын
    • "Perfectly functioning democracy" which is now at war with a major cancerous power to the east.

      wer werwer wer6 ай бұрын
  • He instantly changed his mind! He is enlightened! (after seeing the long barrels) xD

    Rob FoxRob Fox6 ай бұрын
  • Вот таких в Казахстане сейчас надо выявлять,лишать гражданства и на Рашу

    казах кочевникказах кочевникАй бұрын
  • I love the people of Ukraine 🇺🇦 ❤️

    Yolanda RamirezYolanda RamirezАй бұрын
    • Zelenskyy is a tyrant

      derzzshderzzshАй бұрын
  • Same thing happened in bucha and many more towns in ukraine and they blame russia for all these things that they did .

    game over010game over0102 ай бұрын
  • This is the inevitable in war you can never be too sure especially when your enemy is using cultural ties against it’s not just a war it’s a culture war as well.

    LandedPainter27LandedPainter276 ай бұрын
  • As much as I support Ukraine I do not support this action

    JAYJAY6 ай бұрын
  • LOL, nice Ukrainian freedom of speech. xD This proves that Russia is welcome inside. 👏

    ninpo -ninpo -6 ай бұрын
  • Traitors deserve death penalty

    Candelario IzquierdoCandelario Izquierdo2 ай бұрын
  • Amazing and chilling coverage. At the end no one benefits from war and hatred

    Pete JamsPete Jams7 ай бұрын
    • @Loredana & Virgil Hey there Loredana and Virgil! What's your specific point?

      Da XmanDa Xman6 ай бұрын
    • The collective West is the sole beneficiary (US/UK/Canada/EU).

      Loredana & VirgilLoredana & Virgil6 ай бұрын
    • @EJAY Right EJAY (and look what was happening prior to Zelenskiy!).

      Da XmanDa Xman6 ай бұрын
    • This is what happen when you choose a comedian to be your president

      EJAYEJAY6 ай бұрын
    • Politicans

      starlookerstarlooker6 ай бұрын
  • It's hard to even comment when we really don't know what's going on there. Hearing all kinds of things about the culture of the Ukrainian people. Hearing about both sides winning the war. Etc. I can't believe a thing I hear these days when it comes to the story on this war. A lot of Russian people live in Ukraine so I don't know. I can say I don't like a traitor.

    Samuel ClemonsSamuel Clemons6 ай бұрын
    • @Austenhead if they held elections right now you think a pro-russian would be elected?

      D VD V6 ай бұрын
    • The traitors are in Kiev, playing government.

      AustenheadAustenhead6 ай бұрын
    • Russian speaking ukranians are not russians. Putin lost most of them destroying their cities to "denazify" the ukros

      D VD V6 ай бұрын