NYT: Ukrainians Fleeing Westward Are 'Refugees,' Ukrainians Fleeing to Russia Are 'Migrants'Chris Menahan
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Ukrainians fleeing westward to countries like Poland and Hungary are "refugees" but Ukrainians fleeing eastward to Russia are mere "migrants," according to the New York Times.
The New York Times changed the map to describe those fleeing eastward only as "people."
Some people did something.
They're all refugees fleeing the inevitable consequences of endless NATO expansionism.
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