Librewolf user here; happily not affected by this as of yet.
Also to those affected, there are some good YT videos on how to get around this, hilariously.
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Your figures are of course wrong.
"About 14,200–14,400 people were killed in the war, the vast majority of them in the first year: 6,500 pro-Russian separatist forces, 4,400 Ukrainian forces, and 3,404 civilians on both sides of the frontline"
Your narrative is also - of course - wrong as well.
"The next day, 22 February, the Ukrainian parliament voted to remove Yanukovych from office by 328 to 0 (about 73% of the parliament's 450 members).....Russia condemned the events as a "coup". Pro-Russian, counter-revolutionary protests erupted in southern and eastern Ukraine"
So there were no "Neo-nazis", no "attack on Russian speakers" and far fewer civilian casualties. Russia also had no responsibility over Ukrainian territory, either.
Seems you're the ignorant one.
Pilots are THE LAST LINE OF DEFENCE for when systems break down.
Accidents very rarely just happen because the pilots mess up; there will be systemic (poor maintenance, Boeing MCAS...) and circumstantial factors such as weather, fatigue, etc as well.
So while it may appear that pilot errors cause a lot of incidents, pilots head off HUGE numbers of potential incidents every day.
This single-pilot thing is purely economically driven and as a very experienced military and civil aviator, I can tell you it's total bullshit safety-wise.
Air France 447 was not a prime example. The (idiot) pilots put the plane outside the operating envelope and into a deep stall all by themselves. They were not 'relentlessly trained' either; Air France afterwards re-instated basic-flying and gliding lessons to their students after this crash.
Using EOR with a small loading routine was brilliant; you could not modify the only readable bit of code otherwise it all turned to gobbledigook. Remember these guys were undergraduates when they wrote this!
Brilliant programming and more of the same was in Johnathan Griffith's book "http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/22619/Creative%20Assembler%20-%20How%20To%20Write%20Arcade%20Games%20for%20the%20BBC%20Microcomputer%20/"
The "meat-bags" who "cause" avoidable accidents are usually blamed because blaming all the other organisational (bosses who bully crews into working to the max for the least pay/rest) or systemic (broken equipment, faulty 737-MAXs...) is much, much harder to do, especially as the airlines and regulators are utterly married to their bottom lines over everything else.
Pilots are the LAST LINE OF DEFENCE in a an extremely complex and hazardous transportation system that only pays for advancements in safety when a huge pile of bodies forces them to.