New Zealand actor Sala Baker, who is familiar to the audience from the role of Sauron in the Lord of the Rings saga, wrote down an appeal to the Ukrainians.
Baker took part in UAnimals social advertising and called for help to save animals.
“I was Sauron in Lord of the Rings, but I was shocked by the absolute evil Ukrainians are fighting against. I want to thank UAnimals, who save animals from war: they feed, evacuate, treat. It's amazing and inspiring”, – Baker said.
In addition, the orcs from the film appeared in the video, urging not to “attribute” Russians to their race.
“On behalf of the worldwide diaspora of orcs, I want to make an important request. Please don't call Russians orcs. It offends us! For many centuries we have not resorted to barbaric methods of struggle. Orcs will not target women and children, steal washing machines and shit on carpets. We are warriors, not some trash, "– says the creature.
“I heard that the Russians are shooting at zoos and killing defenseless animals. I don't understand why they did this? Please don't call Russians orcs. I'm ashamed in front of my children”, – added another.
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