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    Probably another dead RuZZian or two but don't tell slave Lake Erie SESH it'll upset his sensitivity towards rapists, criminals and sadistic torturers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seshmeister View Post
    I do think there are some deep grained cultural differences at work somewhere. Going back to WW2 I find it difficult to imagine any circumstances where US, UK, Canadian or Australian troops could ever be involved in the systematic and repeated rape of 1.8 million females from children to elderly women. Maybe I'm being naive but I think there is a different mindset at least in their approach to warfare.
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    I think the leadership has a lot to do with it. The Soviet leadership didn’t care or encouraged it. Eisenhower or his field leaders weren’t saying rape the women and if they found out that was going on there would be punishment.

    I’ve heard several Germans who were kids at the time say the American soldiers were really nice to them during the liberation and occupation. It was good to hear.
    In no small part was the Soviet Red Army journalists like Ilya Ehrenburg posting "revenge articles". While he never called for the rape of German women, his articles and pamphlets went a long way towards fostering dehumanization of Germans overall. Of course, the Germans didn't exactly do much to contradict this with their brutal occupation practices and mass murders on the Eastern Front. Ehrenburg would later in the war write criticisms of the harsh and brutal treatment of German civilians by Soviet soldiers in Prussia...

    It should be noted that the vast majority or Soviet rapes and other crimes were not committed by frontline combat soldiers but by follow on rear echelon forces far less disciplined. The Soviet high command would eventually become quite alarmed by the ill-discipline of their army and did finally crackdown at the end and postwar.

    It also should be noted that Soviet soldiers did share rations with starving Germans after the war and worked hard to provide famine relief...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy View Post
    Probably another dead RuZZian or two but don't tell slave Lake Erie SESH it'll upset his sensitivity towards rapists, criminals and sadistic torturers.

    The only thing that would make you happier is if Jimmy Page was there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    It should be noted that the vast majority or Soviet rapes and other crimes were not committed by frontline combat soldiers but by follow on rear echelon forces far less disciplined. The Soviet high command would eventually become quite alarmed
    I'm not sure about that as I thought it started immediately in for example Berlin. Also not really sure what difference it makes whether the rape of literally millions is by frontline or reservists to be honest,
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    If you are really hardcore with the hate, a site dedicated to Russian death pics that are often sent to their mothers or family, WARNING graphic and horrific:

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    Probably bullshit internet hyperbole. but it's said that a large number of Russian Army "contract professionals" are up on Saturday, May 28 and no longer under gov't control. We'll see if we have mass quitting then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seshmeister View Post
    Putin is not just some sales rep for the Oligarchs, he is the head one. He maybe didn't start out that way but he is now. The estimates of his wealth seem to vary between $200 and $400 billion.

    Putin has made a lot of Americans rich with this war. Like I told you, that $40 billion military "aid" package passed by America's corrupt Congress was mere window dressing. Almost all of it will end up in the pockets of corrupt officials and criminals, just like the “aid” provided by the US during the occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq. See how that works, slave Lake Erie SESH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy View Post
    Putin has made a lot of Americans rich with this war. Like I told you, that $40 billion military "aid" package passed by America's corrupt Congress was mere window dressing. Almost all of it will end up in the pockets of corrupt officials and criminals, just like the “aid” provided by the US during the occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq. See how that works, slave Lake Erie SESH?
    Bingo! The Gross Domestic Product of Ukraine is about $156 billion. $40 billion is a good chunk of what the whole country is worth. It’s ridiculous.

    Russia has never been a Democracy in it’s whole history. It went from a monarchy to communism to Czar Putin. When I hear people cry democracy is gone in Russia I just go it never had it. That being said we have other kingdoms in the world. Dubai in the UAE is ran by a king. Singapore is ran by a dictatorship. Nobody seems to care about those because they play ball. Putin doesn’t. Putin doesn’t like the banking cartels that have huge influence over the west and much of the world.

    Most countries in the world are not ran by good people. It’s the way it is. But countries go to war with other countries over not cooperating economically or another country wanting to raid it’s resources. Russia has always been a maverick and has a history of irritating Europe’s elite. History is just repeating itself.

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    The Ukraine has very little strategic interest to the US. It’s a convenient distraction and excuse to plunder and to take the attention off our domestic problems but wait until the stock market crashes and the economy goes really south from the ripple effect. People’s attention will be back here and Ukraine flag waiving will be a past fad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Express View Post
    Bingo! The Gross Domestic Product of Ukraine is about $156 billion. $40 billion is a good chunk of what the whole country is worth. It’s ridiculous.

    Russia has never been a Democracy in it’s whole history. It went from a monarchy to communism to Czar Putin. When I hear people cry democracy is gone in Russia I just go it never had it.
    Yeltsin's era was somewhat democratic and even the early part of Putty's regime there was still some freedom left. The 1917-18 Kerensky Gov't espoused democratic socialism but never had a chance with the continuation of WWI and the breaking Civil War...

    That being said we have other kingdoms in the world. Dubai in the UAE is ran by a king. Singapore is ran by a dictatorship. Nobody seems to care about those because they play ball. Putin doesn’t. Putin doesn’t like the banking cartels that have huge influence over the west and much of the world.

    Most countries in the world are not ran by good people. It’s the way it is. But countries go to war with other countries over not cooperating economically or another country wanting to raid it’s resources. Russia has always been a maverick and has a history of irritating Europe’s elite. History is just repeating itself.
    Not sure what your point is by shithole listing, but if you think Putin gives any sort of fuck about "banking cartels" you're fucking higher than you normally seem. The only thing he really cares about is keeping power, which may not matter much longer because he seems to be close to the end. And the "history repeating itself" chestnut. Next you'll be spewing more "history is written by the winners!" cliches.

    Tell me what part of history this is repeating?

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    The Ukrainian Army crashes an Orc "party" that was scrounging up AV and musical instruments:

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    Yay! More dead RuZZians.


    What a great day this is turning out to be.

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    U.S. and British Volunteers in the Ukraine destroy a BTR-80 IFV:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Halen View Post
    None of this happened, or would be happening, under Trumps watch.

    It's amazing how little time it took the DemonRATS and Bidet, to destroy the American economy, and world peace.

    But, weak minded little DemonRAT apologists like Nickdfreshoutofbraincells, keep making excuses and fawning over this horrific and corrupt regime. Good thing Nickd is a fag, and doesn't have kids and Grandkids that will have to suffer long and hard for what this moron voted for.

    Well how about this, he didn't attack when Obama was in office for 8 years. So scump is only half as good as Obama
    and as far as the economy tanking could it be because of all the tariffs scump imposed?

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    A decent overview of Russia's main issues and Putin's stupidity...

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    Glory to the HIMARS!!!

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    Ukraine strikes significantly reducing Russia's offensive potential, Kyiv says


    Max Hunder and Tom Balmforth
    Fri, July 15, 2022 at 2:43 PM
    By Max Hunder and Tom Balmforth

    KYIV (Reuters) - Ukrainian rocket strikes have destroyed more than 30 Russian military logistics centres in recent weeks and significantly reduced Russia's attacking potential, Ukraine's defence ministry spokesperson said on Friday.

    The official, Oleksandr Motuzianyk, singled out the role played by U.S.-produced HIMARS rocket systems, one of several types of long-range weapon supplied by the West to help Ukraine fight back against Russia.

    "In the last weeks, over 30 of the enemy's military logistical facilities have been destroyed, as a result of which the attacking potential of Russian forces has been significantly reduced," Motuzianyk said on national television.

    Motuzianyk told Reuters in separate comments that the 30 targets were destroyed by multiple launch rocket systems, including HIMARS.

    If confirmed, the comments would suggest that Western weapons are having an impact on the battlefield and could indicate a shift in the war's dynamic after nearly five months.

    Russia, which invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, has captured a chunk of territory in southern Ukraine and used its artillery supremacy in the east to make gradual territorial gains, eventually capturing Luhansk region.

    A top Ukrainian general said on Thursday that Russia had not taken a "single metre" of land in the last week and that Ukrainian strikes were disrupting Russian supply lines, forcing Moscow to keep its ammunition further back from the front line. Reuters was not able to immediately confirm battlefield reports.

    HIMARS have a longer range and are more precise than Ukraine's Soviet-era artillery, allowing Ukrainian forces to hit Russian targets that were previously unreachable.

    On Friday, Ukraine's defence minister said Kyiv had taken receipt of a first consignment of M270 multiple rocket launch systems, without specifying which country provided them.

    Russia on Thursday criticised the United States and Britain for helping train Ukraine's armed forces, calling it part of NATO's "hybrid warfare" against Moscow. It said Washington was providing Ukraine with instructors to help use HIMARS.

    Kyiv said this week that its forces carried out strikes on Russian military infrastructure in a city that lies deep in Russian-occupied territory in southern Ukraine.

    Motuzianyk also said that only 30% of Russian strikes were hitting military targets, with the rest landing on civilian sites. That assertion could not be verified by Reuters. Russia denies deliberately targeting civilians in what it calls a "special military operation" in Ukraine.

    (Reporting by Max Hunder; Writing by Tom Balmforth; Editing by Rosalba O'Brien) https://news.yahoo.com/ukraine-strik...184305089.html

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    Russia Says It’s Losing Because Ukraine Has Experimental Mutant Troops Created in Secret Biolabs
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    Tue, July 19, 2022 at 6:45 AM

    Nearly five months into its senseless war against Ukraine, Russia has concocted a wild new explanation for why the Kremlin’s plans for a quick takeover fell apart so spectacularly—because Ukrainian troops were turned into superhuman killing machines during “secret experiments” in American-run biolabs, of course.

    Never mind the myriad reports of Russian troops refusing to fight by the thousands, sabotaging their own shoddy equipment and even deliberately wounding themselves to abandon the war, Russian lawmakers claim the real setback for Moscow was “drugged up” Ukrainian soldiers.

    That claim was made Monday by two Russian lawmakers heading up a commission to investigate “biolaboratories” in Ukraine, Kommersant reported.

    Konstantin Kosachev, the deputy speaker of Russia’s Federation Council, and Irina Yarovaya, deputy chair of the State Duma, touted what they described as bombshell findings from the “investigation.”

    Testing of Ukrainian POWs’ blood, they claimed, uncovered “a range of diseases” that suggest they were secretly experimented on “for military purposes.”

    “And we see: the cruelty and barbarity with which the military personnel of Ukraine behave, the crimes that they commit against the civilian population, those monstrous crimes that they commit against prisoners of war, confirm that this system for the control and creation of a cruel murder machine was implemented under the management of the United States,” Yarovaya was quoted telling reporters.

    Watch: Russia fires rockets at Ukraine mall with over 1,000 inside


    “And those performance enhancing drugs that they are still given in order to completely neutralize the last traces of human consciousness and turn them into the most cruel and deadly monsters also confirm this,” she claimed.

    Bizarrely, she also claimed that the presence of Hepatitis A antibodies in Ukrainian prisoners’ blood was proof of an American biolabs conspiracy, since a former health minister for Ukraine was a dual Ukrainian-American citizen who had worked to acquire drugs for the treatment of hepatitis in the country.

    “It is quite possible that this was about testing these drugs on military personnel,” Yarovaya said.

    The claims appeared to be a new take on the biolabs conspiracy theory that Russia’s Defense Ministry has routinely rolled out to try and justify the war.

    While the conspiracy theory dates all the way back to the Soviet Union, it has been amplified more frequently by Kremlin figures after the Feb. 24 invasion, as Moscow’s initial claim that it invaded Ukraine in order to “de-Nazify” a country led by a Jewish president failed to gain much traction beyond its own domestic propaganda.

    The latest iteration appears to be aimed at explaining away Russia’s military setbacks by way of mutant Ukrainian troops.

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    Russia has suffered an estimated 75,000 casualties in Ukraine invasion, U.S. official

    Russia has suffered an estimated 75,000 casualties in Ukraine invasion, U.S. officials say
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    Thu, July 28, 2022 at 11:06 AM

    LONDON — More than 75,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or injured since the Kremlin launched its brutal war on Ukraine on Feb. 24, according to U.S. intelligence.

    Speaking to CNN, Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin said the estimate was revealed during a classified briefing with officials from the Biden administration. “We were briefed that over 75,000 Russians have either been killed or wounded [in Ukraine], which is huge. ... Over 80% of their land forces are bogged down, and they’re tired,” she said.

    That roughly correlates to the number of casualties estimated by CIA Director William Burns on July 20. “I think the latest estimates from the U.S. intelligence community would be, you know, something in the vicinity of 15,000 killed and maybe three times that wounded, so a quite significant set of losses,” Burns said at the Aspen Security Forum.

    He went on to say that Ukrainian soldiers had “suffered as well,” but “probably a little less than” enemy forces. More recently, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s senior adviser said military casualties were between 100 and 200 per day.

    Ahead of Russia’s invasion, President Biden said Russia had amassed around 150,000 troops, while British Prime Minister Boris Johnson claimed that 200,000 were stationed on Ukraine’s borders. No figure has been disclosed by Russia’s Defense Ministry.


    In a briefing on Monday, the U.K.’s Ministry of Defense said the number of Russian soldiers who had died in the first three months of the invasion in Ukraine were comparable to the Soviet Union’s losses during its decade-long conflict in Afghanistan.

    “A combination of poor low-level tactics, limited air cover, a lack of flexibility, and a command approach which is prepared to reinforce failure and repeat mistakes has led to this high casualty rate, which continues to rise in the Donbas offensive,” the department said.

    Keeping relatively quiet on the number of casualties its military has suffered, Russia announced on March 25 that it had counted 1,351 deaths. No public statements have been made since.

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    Should she be telling CNN what she is told in a classified briefing?

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    Slotkin is "former" CIA herself, so she probably knows exactly which details NOT to mention to the corporate media whores. Unless she was from that incompetent branch of the company that was loyal to Cheney & the Chimp (as opposed to Langley headquarters) during their PNAC wars.
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    Or they want you to know. But stunning. The Soviets lost 15,000+ war dead in Afghanistan, widely thought to have been one of the last cogs in the Soviet demise. They have at least 25,000 war dead (using the typical 3 wounded for every 1 killed ratio, but that's if you have decent battlefield medical care) in the Ukraine and upwards of 40K if the Ukrainians are to be believed...

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