Liberty And Freedom

“We are witnessing all day long here in America scenes from Ukraine that are mind-boggling in terms of their misery and their effect on people. Now, the relics of war, the memories of war, the casualties of war are going to be with the Ukrainian people for years to come—no matter their age, young and old. They’re going to remember the noise, the violence, the confusion, certainly the deaths. So, my question to you is: We live in a country where if the Apple store in Palo Alto was closed, there’d be hysteria. Could you please talk to the American people right now about your knowledge of the Ukrainians and their sense of liberty and freedom and their willingness to die on the street in front of their homes to save their country and to save the liberty for their own children?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia. Hear McFaul’s answer here.



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