user @bytebuster Stack Exchange profile (archive copy):
Since February 2014, Ukraine is suffering from Russia's armed invasion. If we fail to stop the Russian tanks in Ukraine, we would have to stop them in Poland, Baltic states, and finally, in your backyard. Don't wait till the last moment. The world has to stay together to stop Russian invasion in Europe as well as the Russian-equipped, Russian-trained, Russian-financed, and Russian-inspired terrorism all over the world.
Part of his answer in Travel Stack Exchange (archive copy):
At the moment, Russian language is associated with Russian invasion even though a lot of people still speak Russian. For me speaking Russian in Ukraine is like going to WWII occupied France(1) and trying to speak German with French people.
I think, that it contains non-neutral political phrases and terms.
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3. My opinion
I am completely uninterested in being badgered about social causes when I visit a site for expertise. I literally do not care what the cause is. I don't care which political groups support it even if those are the same as political groups I personally agree with, and I am disinclined to spend time here if on every page I have to scroll past some kind of social/political guilt trip.