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


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3 hours ago, Occult1 said:

From March 2022:

Hi Occult

Not sure if you know this but it is October 2 so any fiction intended but never realized is pointless, why did you even try?

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3 hours ago, DarkHunter said:

Kyiv was never circled, the furthest the Russian military got was a few outplaying

Hi Dark

Maybe if they didn’t park them all on the highway out of gas they may have made sparse circles around toilet factories

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2 hours ago, Trelane said:

OOOF!!!!! More Russian lies exposed, of course most of us knew they were lying about not torturing civilians.

As president John Adams once said, 

“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”

"Russian neo-Nazi militia fighting in Ukraine advocates the murder and torture of POWs: report"

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/russian-neo-nazi-militia-fighting-in-ukraine-advocates-the-murder-and-torture-of-pows-report/ar-AA12vuID?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=f6b57f20557d4b37bfd6647c82d6cee6

"A pro-Kremlin, neo-Nazi militia group is advocating for the murder and torture of Ukrainian prisoners of war, according to The Guardian. The "Task Force Rusich," which has been linked to the infamous Russian private military contractor, Wagner Group,  is fighting in Ukraine on behalf of the Russian government, The Guardian reports."

"A message published on Rusich's Telegram channel on September 22 offers instructions on how to treat Ukrainian prisoners of war, including grisly instructions on how to torture them and dispose of their bodies, the newspaper said."

"The message advocates for "removing body parts" and the "destruction of prisoners on the spot," per The Guardian. "

"It includes specific instructions on murdering Ukrainian prisoners of war after they have been interrogated and advises against reporting Ukrainian captures to the pro-Kremlin command, The Guardian reported. If a report is necessary, the message said, it should falsely claim that the prisoner was already injured or dying, per the newspaper."

Hi Trelane

I guess it’s easier to teach a drunk how to be abusive rather that actually training them for combat with a better trained and equipped force. Yes nothing says liberation like torturing civilians rather than fighting an military opponent. Torturing more Ukrainian civilians will only harden the resolve of the free Ukraine fighting for its land and people 

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42 minutes ago, pellinore said:

It's the first time a nation has attempted to annex territory it is retreating from. It doesn't make sense.

Well it was rushed in there pretty quick , perhaps prematurely.

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Colonel MacGregor or Kernel QacGregger? Featuring judge (self-mispronounced) Napolli Tanno:

 

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I haven't read this thread recently so the question of winter uniforms may already have been mentioned. The lack of winter gear played a part in Barbarossa going tits up, imagine trying to fight when you are freezing:

 

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16 hours ago, Occult1 said:

Ukraine has been bombing civilians in the Donbass since 2014.

Ukrainian Army terror bombings

https://mronline.org/2022/06/06/ukrainian-army-terror-bombings/

 

Western media and politicians prefer to ignore the truth about civilians killed in Donetsk shelling

https://mronline.org/2022/06/18/western-media-and-politicians-prefer-to-ignore-the-truth-about-civilians-killed-in-donetsk-shelling/

Not quite. Only the infestions of orcs that have occupied houses of which the owners were massacred.

For someone who is all gung ho for drones you make the fatal mistake of forgetting that Ukraine has more, and far superior drones. They know exactly where the orcs are hiding, and make pinpoint strikes. Civilian casualties are kept very low. The towns people know that some will die, but rejoice that their freedom is near. 

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14 hours ago, Grey Area said:

This is crunch time for Putin.  Now we see how willing he is to press the big red button.

 

13 hours ago, Helen of Annoy said:

 

So typical :lol: 

They weren't uniforms. They were individual combat kits. Worth about $2500 US a piece. Much worse. :devil:

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12 hours ago, Occult1 said:

For Putin, Against 'Global Liberalism': Why So Many Bulgarian Parties Support Russia

''At rallies for Bulgaria's Revival party, there is no shortage of Russian flags. The leader of the ultranationalist party, Kostadin Kostadinov, who is in favor of leaving the EU and NATO, calls the other parties contesting Bulgaria's elections "projects of the American embassy" that will "throw us into a war against Russia." Kostadinov doesn't blame Putin for the war in Ukraine, but the West.

According to recent polls, Revival should pass the 4 percent threshold to enter parliament in Bulgaria's October 2 elections. While a relatively small party with little chance of governing, Revival's views -- a toxic mixture of Russophilia and anti-Western conspiracies -- are becoming more and more popular in Bulgaria. Revival is on the fringes of Bulgarian political life, but many of its pro-Russian views are not. And there are many more parties just like Revival: nationalist, anti-liberal, and firmly pro-Russian.''

https://www.rferl.org/a/bulgaria-elections-pro-russian-parties/32061638.html

And they're all going extinct. Their own greed, and stupidity does then in. And your cheering these Darwin nominees on? Al righty then. 

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10 hours ago, Occult1 said:

The process of annexation isn't 100% completed. Putin proclaimed annexation but there are still legal steps to be taken inside Russia's parliament.

Russian parliament to consider legal steps to absorb Ukrainian regions

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/russian-parliament-consider-legal-steps-absorb-ukrainian-regions-2022-10-02/

 

Also, annexation doesn't change the fact that the Donbass is still a war zone. Russia is mobilizing troops for war and will no doubt defend the territories.

Again, with what?

 

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8 hours ago, Occult1 said:

"Many assumed that it would not launch a full scale invasion of Ukraine from the beginning. They were wrong."

 

I interpret this as an admission that NATO doesn't really know what Russia is capable of doing next, or are not willing to tell us.

If Russia is 'dangerous' enough, they could significantly escalate the war and destroy Ukraine on the battlefield.

You interpreted wrong. The US knows exactly what the orcs have, and haven't got. They also share it freely with Ukraine. How do you think Ukraine has been able to out maneuver the orcs time, and time again? Smoke signals? There's also the fact that the U.S knows where every russian nuke is located. Including any nuke carrying subs.

 

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31 minutes ago, ThereWeAreThen said:

 

Gonna be a harsh winter

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55 minutes ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Gonna be a harsh winter

Gives me GoT vibes. :rofl:

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13 hours ago, Occult1 said:

I don't think we should underestimate Putin. It's a very dangerous to try to 'isolate' or humiliate him.

That doesn't mean I support Putin. In fact, I don't particularly like him.

So why are you siding with him , because that's what you have done since this started .

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Again didnt someone say something about a "red line" being crossed russia would retaliate? Heres your retaliation. :lol:

Putler will do nothing, hes a dead man walking.

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I'm on holiday to Greece for a week this wednesday, by the time I come back Ukraine will be liberated the way its going. :rofl:

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14 minutes ago, ThereWeAreThen said:

 

Supplies only existing on paper. Literally sounding like the Soviet union at that point lol 

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Just now, spartan max2 said:

Supplies only existing on paper. Literally sounding like the Soviet union at that point lol 

ITs beyond a joke. This is supposed to be the 2nd Superpower of the world? They're struggling logistically and are losing the war they started at this moment. The mobilized trooops are usually drunk, theres videos of them sleeping on fields in -4c temps, they have crap equipment. Compare Russias military to the US.

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45 minutes ago, ThereWeAreThen said:

theres videos of them sleeping on fields in -4c temps,

Don't worry. They should be getting 'warmed up' very, very soon.

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