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Russia Masses Military Equipment Near Ukraine Borders: A Prologue to WWIII?


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12 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Let everyone else do the fighting, and we can turn up at the end to save the world like we normally do.

Is that you Monty? :gun:

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15 minutes ago, jmccr8 said:

Hi Cookie

Could you supply links to when your country saved the world in the past I must have missed that bit or do you mean colonialized through occupation?

I am sure your not the only one here that would rather watch others subjected to what is going on and World War means just that go hide if that is your way but don't try claiming glory when the dust settles for your great accomplishments as an individual.

Please.... we know Britain is the most exceptional country in all of history lol.

People bad mouth us but guess who won time and time again, and built the modern world?

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6 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Please.... we know Britain is the most exceptional country in all of history lol.

People bad mouth us but guess who won time and time again, and built the modern world?

Hi Cookie

Link please.

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21 minutes ago, razman said:

So how does that work ? Declaring war i mean . Is there only a certain amount of soldiers allowed if one does not declare war ? Or what is to stop a country to just send or add more anyway? I mean is this some kind of international law?

 

Under Russian law as it stands the Russian government is not able to send conscripts troops outside of Russia's borders for combat operations without a declaration of war leaving them only able to use their contract soldiers.

Russia could break it's own law but that would have consequences among the domestic population.  There are ways around it like getting conscripts to sign contracts extending their service but it hasnt been used much yet.

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22 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Please.... we know Britain is the most exceptional country in all of history lol.

People bad mouth us but guess who won time and time again, and built the modern world?

You’re about as British as an AK-47.

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28 minutes ago, DarkHunter said:

Under Russian law as it stands the Russian government is not able to send conscripts troops outside of Russia's borders for combat operations without a declaration of war leaving them only able to use their contract soldiers.


Information slipped that on May 9, Putin could announce that the war would officially begin and mobilization would begin. And our experts say that this does not change anything for Ukraine, since in modern times a "military conflict" is already a war and Russia is constantly drafting soldiers into the army.
Military operations in Russia are supported by 74% of the population, but this is couch support and in reality these people will not go to war.

If Russia threatens Great Britain, then to destroy it you need at least 8 nuclear bombs and there will be an answer too, and this will definitely be the third world war, and Russia will not be able to resist the whole world.

 

 

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10 hours ago, jmccr8 said:

Hi Cookie

Link please.

Once again he's leaving out how they needed Australian help

Johnny English

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18 hours ago, Cookie Monster said:

Please.... we know Britain is the most exceptional country in all of history lol.

People bad mouth us but guess who won time and time again, and built the modern world?

Lego

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10 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

Once again he's leaving out how they needed Australian help

Johnny English

Ehm, Australians are my people, so are Canadians, and New Zealanders.

Even the rebel ones across the pond are too lol.

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37 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Ehm, Australians are my people, so are Canadians, and New Zealanders.

Even the rebel ones across the pond are too lol.

No you're our people.  British blood has only recently become satisfactory again.

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Australia lifts ban on former UK residents giving blood

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Australia was not alone in banning donations from former UK residents - others included France, the US and Canada.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-61267359

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I keep reading that the US is touting things like , " our intel helped kill Russian generals , and blabbing about all the Javelins that are helping the war , and even bringing  a representative of the manufacturer of the Javelins or Stingers on stage about it. They tote it around like a victory badge or something , like an ego thing , i wish they would just shut their mouths about it already. Then they report a shortage of Javelins. WTF is going on with these people?

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Ukrainian forces have pushed Russian forces 40 kilometers (24 miles) to the east of Kharkiv over the last 24 to 48 hours, a senior US defense official told reporters Monday. The official called it part of an “incredible effort” from the Ukrainian forces.

And no land gains by Russia for almost two weeks now.

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18 hours ago, Cookie Monster said:

Ehm, Australians are my people, so are Canadians, and New Zealanders.

Even the rebel ones across the pond are too lol.

Nope. We are not. We do not support Russia.

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16 minutes ago, Buzz_Light_Year said:

World map according to Putin.

 

Nazi.jpg

I appreciate the added detail of Australia being Nazis but upsidedown haha

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There is only one group of people aiming to replicate the atrocities of the Nazis.
 

A prominent Russian state TV host has warned that opponents of Russia's war in Ukraine will face harsh punishments including 'concentration camps and sterilisation'.

Karen Shakhnazarov, a pro-Putin filmmaker, said any 'opponents to the letter Z' - the symbol of Russia's invasion - will face 'no mercy'.

'The opponents of the letter Z must understand that if they are counting on mercy, no, there will be no mercy for them,' Shakhnazarov, who leads the state-backed Mosfilm film studio, said on the state-owned Russian television channel Russia 1. 

'It's all become very serious. In this case, it means concentration camps, re-education and sterilisation.'



https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10785295/Russian-TV-host-threatens-concentration-camps-sterilisation-opponents-letter-Z.html

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54 minutes ago, Essan said:

There is only one group of people aiming to replicate the atrocities of the Nazis.
 

A prominent Russian state TV host has warned that opponents of Russia's war in Ukraine will face harsh punishments including 'concentration camps and sterilisation'.

Karen Shakhnazarov, a pro-Putin filmmaker, said any 'opponents to the letter Z' - the symbol of Russia's invasion - will face 'no mercy'.

'The opponents of the letter Z must understand that if they are counting on mercy, no, there will be no mercy for them,' Shakhnazarov, who leads the state-backed Mosfilm film studio, said on the state-owned Russian television channel Russia 1. 

'It's all become very serious. In this case, it means concentration camps, re-education and sterilisation.'



https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10785295/Russian-TV-host-threatens-concentration-camps-sterilisation-opponents-letter-Z.html

sounds like ZnaZiZ to me

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13 hours ago, AlonaLameDeer said:

And no land gains by Russia for almost two weeks now.

Don't expect quick land gains. Their Special Operation will last months or even year(s). They have shifted to a slower, grinding campaign inside Ukraine. Russia now appears to be using its superior artillery as a more methodical tool of attrition rather than as a way to secure a rapid breakthrough. It seems pretty clear that they have learned a lot from Syria, where a slow, grinding and methodical approach became very successful.

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2 minutes ago, Occult1 said:

Don't expect quick land gains*. Their Special Operation will last months or even year(s). They have shifted to a slower, grinding campaign inside Ukraine. Russia now appears to be using its superior artillery as a more methodical tool of attrition rather than as a way to secure a rapid breakthrough. It seems pretty clear that they have learned a lot from Syria, where a slow, grinding and methodical approach became very successful.

*cos they're ****.

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Russian airstrikes level Ukrainian hangars housing foreign weapons

''Moscow, May 3 (Prensa Latina) The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported that hangars in a logistics center near the Ukrainian city of Odessa, used to stockpile weapons arriving from abroad, were destroyed by Russian P-800 Oniks missiles.

According to a report by the spokesman for the Ministry, Major General Igor Konashenkov, Bayraktar TB2 UCAVs, missiles and ammunition sent in from the United States and several European countries were eliminated as a result of last night’s airstrike.

https://www.plenglish.com/news/2022/05/03/russian-airstrikes-level-ukrainian-hangars-housing-foreign-weapons/

 

Western taxpayers's dollars goes up in smoke.

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47 minutes ago, Occult1 said:

Don't expect quick land gains. Their Special Operation will last months or even year(s). They have shifted to a slower, grinding campaign inside Ukraine. Russia now appears to be using its superior artillery as a more methodical tool of attrition rather than as a way to secure a rapid breakthrough. It seems pretty clear that they have learned a lot from Syria, where a slow, grinding and methodical approach became very successful.

Switching your story yet again from the Ukranian army is facing imminent defeat and should retreat immediately to Russia is just trying to slowly grind down the Ukranian military.  Not surprising you have been wrong again given your track record so far and moved to your next pro-Russia talking point. 

As for who has superior artillery, that is now Ukraine.  The American M777, French Caeser, and German made PzH 2000 all have superior range and accuracy than the artillery Russia is using.  Only artillery Russia has with better range is the Malka of which Russia only has 100 active and 260 in reserve so relatively few will be in Ukraine.  Even than it can only carry 8 shells at a time and has a rather slow rate of fire and is more suited for targeting heavy fortifications than in targeting troops or artillery duels.  

There is rocket artillery but Russia and Ukraine are largely equivalent on that plus Russia cant use theirs to their full potential as they are massively logistically heavy and Russia still has severe logistical issues.

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16 minutes ago, DarkHunter said:

Switching your story yet again from the Ukranian army is facing imminent defeat and should retreat immediately to Russia is just trying to slowly grind down the Ukranian military.  Not surprising you have been wrong again given your track record so far and moved to your next pro-Russia talking point. 

As for who has superior artillery, that is now Ukraine.  The American M777, French Caeser, and German made PzH 2000 all have superior range and accuracy than the artillery Russia is using.  Only artillery Russia has is the Malka of which Russia only has 100 active and 260 in reserve so relatively few will be in Ukraine.  Even than it can only carry 8 shells at a time and has a rather slow rate of fire and is more suited for targeting heavy fortifications than in targeting troops or artillery duels.  

There is rocket artillery but Russia and Ukraine are largely equivalent on that plus Russia cant use theirs to their full potential as they are massively logistically heavy and Russia still has severe logistical issues.

yeap,

today I saw a video explaining that the russian precision missiles have a fail rate (missing their specific location targets) by over 60%.
If this is true, then with the better anti missile systems, tanks, russian will need to resort to airstrikes which will lead to heavy aircraft losses, or they will suffer a lot more of damage by comparison to what they got so far.
I just wish Putin would call it a victory day and go back waving victory flags and how great they are, and hell, how they "defeated" NATO in this proxy war.

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