Disturbeds David Draiman to Russian People: “You Are Our Only Hope to Try to Stop This Insanity”

DISTURBED'S DAVID DRAIMAN to Russian people: 'You are our only hope of trying to stop this insanity'

RECOMMENDED frontman David Draiman has recorded a video message to World United Live, a campaign set up to help stop the conflict in Ukraine before it gets out of control, leading to World War III and the potential nuclear annihilation of human lives.

In the three-minute message, which can be viewed on WorldUnited.Live, Draiman stated in part: “David Draiman of RECOMMENDED here and I’m one World United Live Messenger. You know me through my many years of standing in front of the band RECOMMENDEDof course.

“I want to speak directly to the Russian people now. I want to read out a report to you that has been documented and verified. Please listen to us. This is not what your leaders are telling you. Millions of people are suffering.

“Below my video you will see the text I’ll pass on to you, including links to credible, verified news sources. You may not be able to reach those links because your government is blocking access. If they are blocked, ask yourself why. What is it my government does not want me to see and why can I not decide for myself?

“Please listen to us. You are our only hope of trying to stop this insanity.”

After reading a news report that Russia bombed a theater in Mariupol, where hundreds of people had sought refuge, David said: “We all have to do what we can to shed some light in this incredible darkness and try to reveal the truth on earth, the harsh reality of war, and do everything we can to try to stop it and bring it to an end.

“We all want peace. Hopefully we can see that soon.

“Support World United Live. Support the Ukrainian people. And I also support and love the Russian people. I think it will require individuals to stand up and stand for peace and come up with a resounding statement together. We can do that if we unite our voices. “

Other things World United Live “messengers” includes STRINGED SISTER singer Dee Snider and FOZZY frontman Chris Jericho.

“We come from all walks of life,” the info reads World United Live website. “We are artists. We are combat war veterans. We are software engineers, journalists and music producers. We come from all nationalities, backgrounds and lifestyles. We came together to use our technology platform, storytelling and influence in order not to stand passive while the war between Russia and Ukraine unfolds.

“We are organizing the world’s largest mass protest in record time. A worldwide concert event to raise money and provide support to the brave people of Ukraine. In addition, a campaign to use the voices of artists to speak on our behalf to the people of Ukraine. Russia. There is no later , time is of the essence.If we do not get up now and if Ukraine falls, it’s too late and evil entrenches itself.We must act together today to send this message.The alternative is world war and mass suffering.

“Your involvement in this event can really change the course of the world. Are you with us? Do you stand with freedom and love people everywhere? We ask you to be our voice, to pass on our message to the people of Ukraine and in Russia, on whom this fight will fall.We want people in villages, towns, squares, parks and arenas around the world to be out on the streets.This is the only way change will come when we can all unite and tell despots and dictators that ‘We do NOT take it!’

In a recently posted Youtube video, Snider outlined the main objectives of World United Live campaign. Check it out below.

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