I had to ask myself after watching this documentary video if there was any truth in it or if it was just Russian propoganda. I came to the conclusion that it does not really matter which because it shows the human condition in this world in which we live. Today we may sit comfortably in our living rooms watching the news on T.V and see and hear of trouble here or there in other far away places. A war in Israel, in Syria, in Iraq, in ukraine . . . . all so far away and not really felt by us.
But I think sometimes we tend to forget that those people . . . . those people in those far away places are, except for their nationality, language, or religion, are not really in the last analysis, that terribly different from us. They love, they hate, they win, they lose, they live, they die.
I can't help but think that, although it has never happened in my lifetime, that some day we will be visited with all the things shown in this video. I see the faces and hear the people speak, and though I don't understand their language, I do understand their feelings . . . . their emotions. I could empathize with the final scene of the video. It gave me the feeling that I can and will do what I must to preserve the land and the people that I love . . . . but in the end it is not in my hands . . . . but God's.
It is long and in a foreign tongue.