Tag "Faina Savenkova"

Sitrep : Faina Savenkova #Lugansk

12-yr old writer from #Lugansk @FainaSavenkova who consistently appeals for peace is from now on in infamous database #Mirotvorets which publishes personal data of those who are labeled “enemies of #Ukraine”.That clearly shows whom Kiev is fighting in #Donbass -women and children pic.twitter.com/tlpEyUT9nt — Dmitry Polyanskiy (@Dpol_un) October 12, 2021 Previous postings on Faina on the Saker Blog Faina Savenkova appeal for the 2021 UN Children’s Day The festival during

The festival during the war (report from the LDNR)

by Faina for the Saker blog The first time I got to the science fiction festival in Donetsk was completely by accident. My teacher could not come, and I wrote to Aleksandr Igorevich Kofman, suddenly having heard: “Come”. A couple of days to pack and we’re on our way. I was not yet 11 years old at that time and everything looked amazing and unusual to me. I was afraid

Saker readers Q&A with Faina from the LDNR

Fania, I, too, am a writer, a writer of short stories. Your talent as a writer, as exemplified by your piece published in English on the Saker blog, is already far beyond mine. I have been “following” the war since its inception in 2014, primarily although not exclusively on the Vineyard of the Saker. I can assure you, that despite the fact that the elites who rule over us are

To Believe and to Hope

Foreword by the Saker: today it is my great pleasure to introduce you all to Faina Savenkova, a young lady from Novorussia whose writings are steadily gaining recognition.  I asked Faina to put in her own words how it feels to live under constant Ukronazi artillery strikes and sniper fire.  The result is for you to discover below, along with a mini bio of Faina herself.  But we had another

Why a Child’s laughter is Victory

by Faina Savenkova for The Saker Blog (translated by “G” for The Saker Blog) Faina Savenkova is 11 years old and in the 6th grade. She lives in Lugansk, LNR (Lugansk People’s Republic). Faina has lived more than half of her life during a war, half of her life hoping for peace. She wants the children of Donbass to be heard by adults. Her essay is important and the parallels