By blowing up/damaging the Nova Kahovka dam, the Russian leadership crossed a line. This is a similar disaster as Chernobyl was at the time. This act reveals unbreakableness and infinite evil. I worked as a volunteer during a flood, so I know what it's like when you have to leave a lifetime's work behind because the water is coming. The lives of families and animals are in danger. :( I feel that just as the Chernobyl disaster was the first nail in the Soviet Union's coffin, this current one will be the fate of an equally evil system. What do you care about?