An adequate person should be against war
"I myself have never taken to the streets. At the same time I sit there and say that I am against it. I have some kind of dissonance myself. I'm kind of against... so, why didn't you go out? I'm afraid. Yes, I'm afraid. And I want to go back to Russia, where I won't be afraid."
"We stopped communicating."
Yelizaveta (name changed) lives in the city of Elets and is self-employed. Her friend has been living in Italy for a long time, but supports Russian policy. Innocent people die because "wood is cut, wood splinters fly.
The military comes back, looking for me to "talk"
"I was diagnosed with PTSD, but I do not want to and will not apologize to the 'heroes. Letter from "deep Russia" about persecution and harassment for an anti-war stance.
"Aki Don Quixote Against the Windmills"
Gregory is now a college student majoring in Law and Social Security. He is disappointed in his state, his university, his classmates, and is tired of fighting "like Don Quixote against windmills.
Valeria works as a teacher. In her letter, she tells us that not all teachers "pass double negative selection," that there are "their own" among them too, who can and should be found.