First Western Journalist In Russia & DPR Controlled Mariupol (Special Report)

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  1. Some incredible footage. Thanks Patrick for capturing this video. And thanks VT for sharing it. The video need a bit more context in the sense that it is not possible to tell what caused this damage. If the western “Maytag” media washes and spins the narrative, they will blame the Russians. A good indication as to why the Russians are losing the media battle in the west.

  2. Patrick is doing a good job. A brave man is a foreigner. Before him, for many years I watched another video of a reporter from the UK – Graham Phillips. He started working in the Donbas since 2014, when the first military clashes began. I should note that it is sometimes difficult for foreign reporters to work on the Russian side. People are used to the fact that if a reporter is a foreigner, then he came to do pro-Ukrainian reports. They don’t believe foreigners. That’s why I sometimes hear rude tones from civilians to people like Patrick. Anyway, he’s doing great. The Russian military does not have the ability to shoot videos during battles. Firstly, it is forbidden, and secondly, they have no time. And this, as I think, is in vain. We need more video material. In the meantime, only Ukies and the Chechens are making videos.

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