‘Raven’ and ‘Ronin’ – S. Korean and Japanese foreigners explain why they joined Russia

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In a recent interview posted by the Military Chronicles telegram channel, two individuals, codenamed ‘Raven’ and ‘Ronin,’ shared their motivations for joining the Russian foreign fighters group ‘Fifteen.’ Hailing from South Korea and Japan, respectively, these foreign recruits expressed a desire to help the people of the Donbass, and fight back against the West’s political correctness, corruption, and the ‘LGBT agenda.’ Raven, a South Korean native from Seoul, joined because he was disillusioned with the Western world's preoccupation with political correctness. Yet his choice came at a cost – he kept his decision to join ‘Fifteen’ a secret, even from his family. ‘Ronin’ had similar motivations, but most of all, he seems to want peace. He shared his disagreement with the actions of the US government, Ukrainian Nazis, and President Zelensky, and hoped to see a negotiated peace. Although he might have to brush up on his Russian if he wants to help with that. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Freedom over censorship, truth over narrative. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Telegram: https://t.me/rtnews Follow us on X: https://x.com/RT_com
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