Hello and welcome to the new FGD forums.
An automated RSS feed aggregator will re-post all that is covered by the original feeds. I think it should be sufficiently clear that this does not mean that FGD endorses all the content (or does any editorial editing).
Obviously this is a very emotional an one-sided account of what is happening in Ukraine.
While personally I agree with you that it would be better to stop the fighting as soon as possible, I don't see this posting as such to be "extremely problematic".
The article itself also does not "slur" the ICRC, it merely points out that if you want to make sure the money you donate goes to support activities inside Ukraine, it is probably better to donate to the Ukrainian Red Cross.
There are good reasons for the strict neutrality of the ICRC, and I disagree with the linked statement of the Ukrainian Government which basically amounts to abandoning their own citizen just because they (forcibly or not) ended up in the territory of the Russian Federation. Thus it is good that the ICRC also tries to support these people there.
But it is also clear that this strict neutrality is controversial and I don't mind it being pointed out when making recommendations where to donate.
Also none of the other links try to mislead anyone into donating for the Armed Forces of Ukraine... they are all very open about it. I obviously don't want to endorse donating to buy weapons, but I don't see how removing these links or this post from the FGD Planet would make any difference to someone wanting to do this.