Exclusive photos of the Russian war crimes in Syria and the Middle East by “Free Media Group” volunteers, 2016-2017 with a proper illustrations of the Russia’s militant imperialism:
The My Lai Massacre by Russian soldiers
The Russian soldiers at the spot of My Lai Massacre with their victims
Aleppo citizen with a daughter during the Russian destruction of the city
Russian Orthodox monk in Moscow in protest against the Russian invasion of Syria
Syrian children of war and the Russian occupant soldier
Killed Russian student in Moscow by Putin’s SS troops in protest against the Russian invasion of Syria and the Russian war crimes in Aleppo
Syrian citizens-partisans fighting liberation war against the Russian invasion troops on Syria
Putin’s special troops arresting innocent Syrian peasants
The Russian occupation troops in Aleppo
Russian soldiers are terrorizing local civilians in Palmira
A Russian Helmet graffiti – Syrian War
The Russian ground forces in South Syria
Moscow citizens in public protest against the Russian brutal military invasion of Syria
Zehntausende von Toten wurden in den Straßen Dresdens in hohen Stapeln auf Roste geschichtet und, zum Teil ohne Identifizierung, verbrannt.
Aleppo after the Russian brutal bombing
Destroyed river bridge near Aleppo by the Russian air forces
Destroyed mosque in Aleppo by the Russian troops with inscription in Cyrillic alphabet „Death to the Syrians“
Bombing Aleppo by the Russian jets
A member of the Russian volunteer guard „Putin the Great“ with arrested local citizens of Aleppo
A school in Putin’s Russia: A „Putin’s Salute“ – an ideological background of the Russian military invasion of Syria and war crimes in Aleppo
A Syrian girl (as a prisoner of war) in a human zoo in Moscow. The white Russians are feeding her bananas like a monkey
Aleppo before and after the Russian destruction of the city and bringing a Putin’s democracy
Middle East before and after the Russian military interventions
Vladimir Putin and his Dogs of War
Vladimir Putin as Russia’s President in official talks in Kremlin with the representatives of the Islamic State (DAESH) on a bilateral collaboration in the Middle East
The biggest Russia’s military base (camp) in the Middle East – a „Putinsteel“, Syria
A Russian colonialist in Syria
A Russian solder’s message to the UN on the Russian military intervention in Syria
A citizen of Aleppo with the message to save the city from the Russian army
The presentation of the first academic book on ethnic cleansing of Syria by the Russian army of Putin
Moscow “Komsomolskaja Pravda” supports Putin’s warmongering policy in Syria
The Russian secret prison in Damascus where the Syrian citizens are terrorized
Moscow Sheremetewo Airport – A Russian conscript is going to Syria
The Democracy World Tour: A Russian bombing list
Why the President’s house in Kremlin, Moscow, is called as the “White House”
The UN, New York, October 2016: Israeli PM is showing a map of Russian ethnic cleansing of Syrian citizens
A world of shame: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin – A Nobel Prize Peace Winner for 2016
Why Russia’s Presidents are not at the Nuremberg Court?
The Russian government’s propaganda and lies from Vietnam to Syria to justify military occupation of these countries
The U.S. President Barack Obama to the Russian President Vladimir Putin on Russian foreign policy
The Russian President Vladimir Putin is signing the order to bomb Syria on April 6th, 2017 in Oval Office in Moscow
The Russian President Vladimir Putin is training sniper fire on Syrian civilians
Russian occupation military machinery in Syria
Russian navy is bombing sovereign Syria on April 6th, 2017
Putin the Killer
Protests in civilized Western world against dictator of Russia Vladimir Putin
Academic publication against Russia’s “Long War” against humanity
The end of Russia’s civilization
United Russian veterans against dictator Vladimir Putin
Russian soldiers in Syria in 2017 near Palmira
The book: “War & Empire: The Russian Way of Life”
Slaves from Syria on building railway line Moscow-Kazan in 2016
Selling Syrian slaves in Kremlin, Moscow in 2017: The main buyer (in chair) is Russia’s President Vladimir Putin
Shipping slaves from Syria to Saint Petersburg’s (Petrograd) slave-market in 2015
Selling slaves from Syria in Russia: Advertisement on Sputnik webpage (international edition), 2017
Shipping slaves from Syria to Vladivostok in 2017 by the Russian navy
A shop on selling slaves from Syria in Novosibirsk, 2015
Shipping slaves from Syria by the Russian navy to Novosibirsk, 2014
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