Dance on the Volcano (Animated)

Video Gallery World Events/Social Commentary posted on Sep 23, 2022

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Many thank's for peeking again and have a nice Weekend!!! Russians protest against Putin's compulsion for war! Putin is calling up reservists en masse for his war. The horror is great - many are trying to hide or flee abroad. Can the mood against the Kremlin leader change? Moscow - Hundreds of troops from Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin's security apparatus are beating down the biggest anti-war protests in Russia for months in many cities. More than 1000 people are still in custody after spontaneous street actions against the partial mobilisation ordered by Putin. Nonetheless, the country's authorities are pushing hard to enforce the decree to now call up at least 300,000 reservists for the war in Ukraine. Putin wants to solve personnel problems there this way. For the first time, however, Putin's war of aggression against the neighbouring country, which has been going on for seven months, now also includes Russians and their families who are involuntarily drawn into the bloodshed. Until now, Putin relied on volunteers. Now the war, which will continue to be officially called only "special military operation", is omnipresent. Red slip leads to war. Many people received the red notice asking them to report to the military district command already on Wednesday, shortly after Putin's mobilisation, announced on television, hit the country like a shock wave. The president stressed that a front line of 1000 kilometres along the occupied territories had to be secured. In his view, it is a fight for Russia's survival. The country is threatened by the West, by the USA and Nato, the 69-year-old claimed. The war has been far away for many Russians until now. Now the country's citizens are to be forced to take up arms to solve alleged personnel problems in the army. It is true that many people in Russia have so far been rather indifferent to the war and have given Putin their backing. But the mood could now change. Surveys never showed a great willingness among citizens to go into battle against Ukrainian brothers and sisters themselves. That is also why many Russians rushed to the airports to fly to Armenia and Turkey, for example. Thousands made it. But the flights are booked up for days, other destinations further away are hardly affordable. A flight to Tashkent (Uzbekistan), for example, cost 3000 euros on Thursday evening. At the borders to Finland, where visas are required, and to the South Caucasus Republic of Georgia, queues stretched for kilometres. Panic spreads. Already after Putin's invasion of Ukraine began in February, many Russians had sought refuge and exile abroad. But now many are talking about panic. In Moscow, a 41-year-old man on the street says he has no combat experience or real military training. But he is a lieutenant in the reserves. Because he is registered in another Russian time zone of the giant empire, the draft notice would have to be handed to him there at his place of residence against signature. The registration address is far away. "There's no way I'm going to fight in this senseless war of Putin's, I'd rather go to prison," says the engineer. He is afraid that if he tries to leave the country he will be detained and sent directly to Ukraine: "Hiding is a way out. But the insecurity is the worst thing, you hardly dare go out on the street," he says, also with a view to the protests in Moscow the night before. Hundreds of arrests were made in the Russian capital alone on Wednesday, when protests were violently put down. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was legal that those arrested there were also handed the draft notice directly. The discussion about what is legal and what is not now fills entire internet portals. Many are looking for ways to circumvent the draft. Lawyers give a lot of advice. But the bottom line is that in an authoritarian state with arbitrary justice, there is no legal certainty. Translated with (free version)

Comments (13)


UteBigSmile 3:03PM | Fri, 23 September 2022

I'm really worried about Sergge (1971's) and his wife in Ukraine, Deva and a lovely couple from St. Petersburg who bought our penthouse in Denia/Spain in 2011!


Tracesl 3:53PM | Fri, 23 September 2022



radioham 5:41PM | Fri, 23 September 2022

My hopes and dreams go to the people of the Ukraine. Over here where I am there is a quick and easy answer to the that power huger man it is called a bit of lead just be hide the left ear been known to cure what 's wrong in his head. Yes, he wants the people of Russa to leave their homes and fight in a war that's not of their making. Has Putin been on the front line has he left the table with its fine wine and food to fight in his war. Let him that wants a war lead the way.


RodS 7:32PM | Fri, 23 September 2022

Wonderful - and scorching animation here, Ute!

Like radioham says, if you insert a small piece of lead into one of his ears, he'll stop all this stupidity. Either ear will work. Someone in this country needs that application as well.

My worry is that if Putin doesn't get his way, he'll bring the nukes into play. And that will open up a whole new rat-hole.. For all of us.

UteBigSmile 8:39PM | Fri, 23 September 2022

True, but I think he's just bluffing the coward! A good commander is on the front line, sitting on his big lazy ass in his gold suite! ๐Ÿ˜


Saby55 2:58AM | Sat, 24 September 2022

E' difficile capire cosa succederร  ora.Un colpo di stato potrebbe essere una buona idea ma รจ anche un'azione molto pericolosa se non addirittura quasi impossibile.Chi sa se veramente,i generali russi, siano d'accordo su questa guerra insensata che sembra non avere via di uscita se non col nucleare o armi batteriologiche.FINE DEL MONDO ๐Ÿ’ฃ๐Ÿงจ๐Ÿฆ ๐Ÿ†˜๐Ÿ˜” SUPER lavoro Ute,buon fine settimana ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™‚๏ธ

UteBigSmile 3:14AM | Sat, 24 September 2022

Vero, ma penso che stia solo bluffando il codardo! Un buon comandante รจ in prima linea, seduto sul suo grosso culo pigro nella sua suite d'oro! ๐Ÿ˜


Flint_Hawk 12:25PM | Sat, 24 September 2022

And things keep getting worse!


bakapo 12:31PM | Sat, 24 September 2022

nice work, the flames are strong and frightening for you message.

my thoughts are with all the people affected by war.


ROGERGONDRAN Online Now! 12:54PM | Sat, 24 September 2022

Je ne suis pas trรจs optimiste pour la suite. Toutes ces souffrances pourquoi ?

UteBigSmile 2:15PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

Franchement, moi non plus!!!!

robertswww 1:26PM | Sat, 24 September 2022

Putin is a red-hot volcanic maniac and I hope more people turn against him and this unnecessary war comes to an end. I also hope the anti-war people on both sides stay safe.

UteBigSmile 2:14PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

As it looks at the moment, this idiot will lay the whole of Europe in ruins, but then he and his beloved tsarist empire will go down with it and he probably learned how to lie from Trump!


Lucusoo 9:05PM | Sat, 24 September 2022

God bless the Ukrainian people.

Pray for peace in our time.


CoolDimension 2:30AM | Sun, 25 September 2022

Very powerful work!!


miwi 10:03AM | Sun, 25 September 2022

Dance on the volcano, I think that's what humanity is doing at the moment. My thoughts are always with the people of Ukraine. I feel sorry for the russian people who have to suffer under this inhumane dictatorial system.

OmniFX 8:30PM | Sun, 25 September 2022

Very dramatic outstanding video and music!

UteBigSmile 2:15PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

Thank you very much for all your comments!

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