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


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9 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

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Congratulations to Putler, this would probably never happen if he didn't insist so much :lol:    

You know the guy is really screwing things up, it’s like he is losing his mental faculties. He screwed up and invaded the Ukraine thinking it would be like the Crimea and now he has forced Finland and Sweden into joining NATO and I doubt they will be the last to join. Yea Putin is a freakin fool and thank god for that!:tu:

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5 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

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Congratulations to Putler, this would probably never happen if he didn't insist so much :lol:    

He has two more wishes left, said the "zlatna ribica". He should choose them wisely.

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3 minutes ago, odas said:

:tsu::clap::tsu:

Best Dam news I have heard in months, oh yea baby!!:tsu::clap::nw:

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5 minutes ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Yeah, Russia's doing just fine. :tsu:

Oh, yes... and it's getting better with each day... 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Manwon Lender said:

Dude, you first bring up that Russia had the right to invade because of all the Ukrainian NeoNazis, then you bring in the crap about the Ukrainian President and transsexual issues. It has been very obvious the only reason you are posting in this thread is to push your TRUMPIAN POLITICAL AGENDA. Just like your now deposed and defunct political leader you believe and support the Russian cause in this conflict.

I have read your political posts for some time now, so please don’t say you care about the Ukrainian people. If that were true you would care about all the people dying in the conflict not just those who have supported the Russian cause or who are caught up in and forced to be in Russian occupied territory. So please at least be honest and say what you really mean, don’t try to change your True Tone or comments on the matter.

You know and I know if your fearless leader was still President all this support would not be going to the Ukraine and that’s what you against !

Dude your not FOOLING anyone!

Most of what you are claiming here isn’t based in fact. Regarding the remaining claims, despite what you seem to believe, more than one thing can be true at the same time, 

This thread is about the war in Ukraine. It is not about Trump, it is not about myself. If I can’t talk about the current controversies Zelensky is facing, then you shouldn’t be able to talk about former US presidents that have nothing to do with the war either.

I’m respectfully asking you to leave your  personal political agenda and myself out of your comments, 

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I've got bad news for putlerians. Russian sugar daddies won't be able to spend as much as they used to. 

 

https://www.ukrinform.net/rubric-polytics/3523199-ec-preparing-legal-framework-for-confiscation-of-russian-assets-in-favor-of-ukraine-von-der-leyen.html

"I think it is a matter of justice to consider this issue. We are working on the legal framework so that the assets of Russia and partly the assets of oligarchs can be used to restore Ukraine," von der Leyen said.

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She noted that the international Ukraine Recovery Conference, which was just held in Lugano, Switzerland, was very successful, as it was able to combine many initiatives and focus them on the implementation of the main principles of the restoration of Ukraine.

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As reported, the plan for the post-war recovery of Ukraine is already estimated at more than 750 billion dollars. The position of the Government of Ukraine is that the key source of Ukraine's recovery should be the confiscated assets of Russia and Russian oligarchs as it was the Russian government that started the war.

According to various estimates, Russian assets frozen as a result of Western sanctions may total from 300 to 500 billion US dollars.

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Some people think, when watching horrors in Ukraine: it can't happen in my country. It will never happen to me. 

It can happen anywhere. It can happen to you. 

On the brighter side, this too can happen to any traitor anywhere. Just wait for the right circumstances :yes:

 

https://www.ukrinform.net/rubric-ato/3523045-sbu-nabs-traitor-who-tipped-russian-invaders-about-home-addresses-of-ukrainian-servicemen-in-vorzel.html

A traitor who gave out to the invaders home addresses of the Ukrainian military servicemen and territorial defense fighters in the village of Vorzel near Kyiv was detained following an inquiry.

The culprit was detained while trying to pass sensitive data to her Russian handler, the SBU reports, according to Ukrinform.

"Cyber experts and SBU operatives established that the traitor had been recruited by a Russian intelligence operative, who tasked her with carrying out subversive activities. She also publicly called on Ukrainians to join the ranks of the occupation troops, and justified their crimes," the report says.

The indictment against the suspect has been forwarded to court. She faces 15 years to life in prison.
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46 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Read this when you are sober less drunk. It's long and even worse than you might think. 

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/04/donald-trump-vladimir-putin-bond

TRUMP BRAGS ABOUT HIS DEEP AND ENDURING BOND WITH PUTIN AS RUSSIA RAPES AND MURDERS UKRAINIANS

VanityFair? Are you serious? ARE YOU SERIOUS?

But ok, show me full video of "TRUMP BRAGS ABOUT HIS DEEP AND ENDURING BOND WITH PUTIN AS RUSSIA RAPES AND MURDERS UKRAINIANS".

'Cmon, Helen, you can do better than that.

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3 hours ago, bmk1245 said:

You do realize, that in 8 years Donetsk still in the same shape as was back 7/8 years ago in comparison with decimated Mariupol today?

You do realize, that in 8 years Luhansk still in the same shape as was back 7/8 years ago in comparison with decimated Severodonetsk today?

Until russia invaded Ukraine, there were just occasional exchange of fire between russian separatists and ukrainian forces.

But let me ask you: antifa/blm crowd decides that your state is independent, they seek china's protection, china responds by sending "polite men". You are sitting on the couch "OK, fair enough"...

Would you really be sitting on the couch, and doing nothing? I'm not sure 100%, but I guess you'd take action, with rifle(s)/pistol(s) doing their job...

So are you denying Dometsk and Luhansk has suffered being targeted by Ukrainian and Russian artillery? Or that 3,000 civilians had been killed prior to the invasion?

I understand that the intensity of the current Russian artillery bombardments are something that hasn’t been seen in this conflict before. But claiming Dometsk and Luhansk are no different than they were 8 years ago seems to diminish the reality of the conflict prior to the invasion.

 

Shelling has resumed in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, just hours after an intense artillery bombardment throughout the night.

An eyewitness said the overnight shelling was the worst in more than a month, lasting almost eight hours. 

It appeared to be coming from both rebel and government positions.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-29975341

Russia's huge aid convoy for east Ukraine is believed to be destined primarily for Luhansk, a rebel-held industrial city under siege from government forces. 

Whatever the questions over the Kremlin's intentions with regard to the convoy, there seems to be little doubt that civilians in Luhansk are in need of aid, much more so than in Donetsk, the biggest city still under rebel control.

Home to 425,000 people in peacetime, Luhansk has seen its population dwindle to 250,000, the city council says on its website, as people flee the fighting that has raged here since mid-April. 

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-28770179

 

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2 minutes ago, bmk1245 said:

VanityFair? Are you serious? ARE YOU SERIOUS?

But ok, show me full video of "TRUMP BRAGS ABOUT HIS DEEP AND ENDURING BOND WITH PUTIN AS RUSSIA RAPES AND MURDERS UKRAINIANS".

'Cmon, Helen, you can do better than that.

Read the ****ing article and you'll see why I too was surprised what it's doing in Vanity ****ing Fair. Obviously, we both have prejudice about VanityFair, that are not justified anymore. 

After all, VanityFair can get it, but you can't? Who's ridiculous here then?  

ANYWAY. 

Everything else you say I agree with, I'm so glad to have you in this thread, but bring up that divisive sack of **** one more time and I swear to gods I'm going to fly on my broom up there to Lithuania and trash Trump out of you with that same broom.

I'll have to walk home, but it doesn't matter. I can still hitchhike. By the time they realize my true age, I'm in the car, tee-hee. 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, el midgetron said:

Or that 3,000 civilians had been killed prior to the invasion?

How many of those were caused by Ukraine, though?

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49 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Oh, yes... and it's getting better with each day... 

 

 

Lmao it looks like a recycling truck

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Behold the invincible Russia's most advanced technology... they're protecting Crimean bridge with smoke and mirrors. Literally. 

The other day they smoked the place up and caused a traffic accident on the bridge. 

Now they added some mirrors. That will certainly confuse any dirigible pilot or whatever they expect will attack it.  

 

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The Russians are disconcerted by the lack of significant pushback in Donbas and certain continuing tactical deployments northwest of Kherson Oblast, potentially indicative of an offensive to push through Kherson itself and threaten Crimea. The Crimean Bridge is the Achilles Heel, which, if eliminated, would render the Russian position in Crimea, untenable. So, Russia has done her usual nuclear saber rattling over the prospect. Nowhere, along the entire front, is Russia more acutely vulnerable than in Crimea, the only place where their forces can be cut off.

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1 hour ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Lmao it looks like a recycling truck

We call it a garbage truck. Mostly because of the freight they are hauling which fits the sight on the picture completely.

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20 minutes ago, odas said:

We call it a garbage truck. Mostly because of the freight they are hauling which fits the sight on the picture completely.

Here we have two types - garbage, and recycling. The green truck that comes around takes all of our green-bin (composte) waste and the regular truck takes everything else. But yeah, either way they're still waste.

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2 hours ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

How many of those were caused by Ukraine, though?

I provided sources saying civilian casualties were being caused by both sides. Without evidence to the contrary, 50%.

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3 hours ago, Helen of Annoy said:

 

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As reported, the plan for the post-war recovery of Ukraine is already estimated at more than 750 billion dollars. The position of the Government of Ukraine is that the key source of Ukraine's recovery should be the confiscated assets of Russia and p as it was the Russian government that started the war.

According to various estimates, Russian assets frozen as a result of Western sanctions may total from 300 to 500 billion US dollars.

Are the oligarchs private citizens/companies.    I'm not sure how good it is to take their money for the actions on Putin.  

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3 hours ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Some people think, when watching horrors in Ukraine: it can't happen in my country. It will never happen to me. 

It can happen anywhere. It can happen to you. 

 

I guess it is good that there are so many with guns in the USA.   

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4 hours ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Russia’s parliament passes sweeping wartime economic controls

Russia’s parliament has rushed through two bills imposing strict controls on the economy, requiring businesses to supply goods to the armed forces and obliging employees at some firms to work overtime.

Once signed into law by President Vladimir Putin, the bills will allow the government to introduce “special economic measures” during what the Kremlin calls its “special military operation” in Ukraine.

Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/7/6/ukraine-russia-live-news-moscow-takes-no-breaks-says-zelenskyy-liveblog

They don't know how lucky they are, boy, back in the USSR.....

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4 hours ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Russia’s parliament passes sweeping wartime economic controls

Russia’s parliament has rushed through two bills imposing strict controls on the economy, requiring businesses to supply goods to the armed forces and obliging employees at some firms to work overtime.

Once signed into law by President Vladimir Putin, the bills will allow the government to introduce “special economic measures” during what the Kremlin calls its “special military operation” in Ukraine.

Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/7/6/ukraine-russia-live-news-moscow-takes-no-breaks-says-zelenskyy-liveblog

Sounds like he is going for it.

Yeehar!

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3 hours ago, Helen of Annoy said:

Some people think, when watching horrors in Ukraine: it can't happen in my country. It will never happen to me. 

It can happen anywhere. It can happen to you. 

On the brighter side, this too can happen to any traitor anywhere. Just wait for the right circumstances :yes:

 

https://www.ukrinform.net/rubric-ato/3523045-sbu-nabs-traitor-who-tipped-russian-invaders-about-home-addresses-of-ukrainian-servicemen-in-vorzel.html

A traitor who gave out to the invaders home addresses of the Ukrainian military servicemen and territorial defense fighters in the village of Vorzel near Kyiv was detained following an inquiry.

The culprit was detained while trying to pass sensitive data to her Russian handler, the SBU reports, according to Ukrinform.

"Cyber experts and SBU operatives established that the traitor had been recruited by a Russian intelligence operative, who tasked her with carrying out subversive activities. She also publicly called on Ukrainians to join the ranks of the occupation troops, and justified their crimes," the report says.

The indictment against the suspect has been forwarded to court. She faces 15 years to life in prison.

Cough, it never happens to Britain.

We always win. Don`t worry Ukraine, the Angle-Saxons will save you!

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8 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Sounds like he is going for it.

Yeehar!

Here, Kookie, this song's for you! Har, Har!

 

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7 minutes ago, Hammerclaw said:

Here, Kookie, this song's for you! Har, Har!

 

I`m not a socialist or communist. I`m a capitalist.

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9 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

I`m not a socialist or communist. I`m a capitalist.

Sometimes you post like a Bolshevik, so you'll have to forgive people if they're mistaken.

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