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The Heartwarming Last Words of Brave Soldier Who Called In Airstrike To Wipe Out ISIS

A true hero indeed…


Not all heroes wear capes and spandex – some of them don military uniforms. Such as in the case of a brave man now known on the internet as the Russia ‘Rambo’ who recently sacrificed his own life to wipe out members of ISIS on his location in Syria.

Soldier Alexander Prokhorenko stayed in touch with the Russian Special Forces while he was surrounded by ISIS ‘bastards.’ At one point, he was low on ammunition as he attempted to hold off gunfire. He was told by his commander to get to safety before they sent Russian warplanes to bomb the area but his response surprised them: “conduct the air strike now.”

Prokhorenko said:

“I am surrounded, they are outside, I don’t want them to take me and parade me, conduct the airstrike, they will make a mockery of me and this uniform.

I want to die with dignity and take all these bastards with me. Please my last wish, conduct the airstrike, they will kill me either way.”

The soldier again had the chance to get in touch with his commander just before the bombs fell. He said his dreams had come true because he has “the best wife in the world” and was serving his beloved nation.

In his final communication, Prokhorenko said:

“This is the end commander, thank you, tell my family and my country I love them. Tell them I was brave and I fought until I could no longer.

Please take care of my family, avenge my death, goodbye commander, tell my family I love them.”

Later, a spokesperson for the Russian military shared:

“The officer died as a hero, he drew fire onto himself after being located and surrounded by terrorists.”

Prokhorenko was 25 years old and he married his wife Ekaterina just 18 months ago. She is reportedly pregnant with their first child.


Restaurant Owner Puts Fridge On Street So Hungry People Can Get Leftovers For Free

The world needs more of this! Hope other restaurants would follow suit.

Pappadavada, a restaurant in Kochi, India, has found a brilliant way to feed the hungry. Instead of throwing away unfinished food, the restaurant is encouraging their customers and other people to put leftover food in a refrigerator placed just outside their eatery. The food will then be available for free for hungry people to take – no conditions, no questions asked at all.

Minu Pauline, owner of Pappadavada, has called the fridge “nanma maram” which literally means “tree of goodness.” She started with the project in March 2016 and the unlocked fridge is open to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Pappadavada restaurant placed a fridge outdoors so people can put leftover foods for the homeless.

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Kayakers Saved This Sea Turtle From Being Trapped to Death and It’s Just Adorable!

This is just precious! <3

For every heartless asshole who hurt helpless animals, there's another person who gallantly saves them from pain and suffering. Take these guys, for instance. These Spanish kayakers came across this sea turtle trapped in a large cluster of white netting wrapped around his neck. If left unattended, the poor thing will be stuck in the net since there's no way it can remove the thing on its own.

So the guys took hold of the turtle and freed it from its trap. One of them even kissed the turtle before putting it back on the waters! That's totally adorable!

Watch the video and see how the turtle got rescued:

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11-Year-Old Lemonade Girl Hits Big Time With Multi-Million Dollar Business Deal

And the rest of us are still wondering how to start a business!

While many of us are still wondering about how we can start our own businesses, here’s a kid who just hit big time as she accepted a multi-million dollar deal with retail giant Whole Foods.

Texas-based Mikaila Ulmer, 11 years old, is probably one of the youngest and most successful entrepreneurs in the world today - using her family’s homemade lemonade recipe.

It all started when, at the tender age of four, she was stung by two bees twice in a week.

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