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Reader's View: Ukraine needs help from US, others

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s impassioned plea has awakened the world to the horrors and senseless killings of the innocent and attempted elimination of their way of life and rich history and culture.

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We must not be distracted by the tragedy unfolding before our eyes. The survival of the Ukrainians depends much on the concern and direct help of U.S. citizens and others capable.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s impassioned plea has awakened the world to the horrors and senseless killings of the innocent and attempted elimination of their way of life and rich history and culture.

The Ukrainians and our immigrants are trapped in a similar dilemma. Both are seeking safety from deadly forces willing to eliminate them. Genuine concern must not wane now when their survival is of the utmost importance.

In the end, it’s about right over might.

Gerald Norrgard

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