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Poland`s aid to Ukraine if Russia invades - part 4


pawian 197 | 19,922
23 Nov 2022 #931
that Russia will find a way back to the paradise free of Western influences

Civilised nations can`t wait when Mongols return where they fekking belong - to Asia.
Paulina 13 | 2,942
23 Nov 2022 #932
Are you ready to PROVE this? If yes - do it. If no, STFU.

Are you ready to prove that majority of inhabitants of Kherson voted in RuSSia's referendum? And that the result of that vote was really 87%? If yes - do it. If no, you and Novichok - STFU.

And FYI - the fact that RuSSia says something isn't any proof of anything not just for me, but also for the rest of the world (besides North Korea lol).
pawian 197 | 19,922
23 Nov 2022 #933
Are you ready to PROVE this?

Darling, were there any independent observers from international institutions present during such highly controvercial referenda??? No. Why? Coz RuSSists needed to rig the results. Simple.

the fact that RuSSia says something

RuSSists utter lies most of the time.
Velund 1 | 540
23 Nov 2022 #934
Are you ready to prove that majority of inhabitants of Kherson voted

Burden of proof on your side. You have official results, there was obserevers from a number of countries (not from the list of US lapdogs and their fleas). Either you accept official results, either you prove opposite. You can refuse to recognize this results, but it is your own sexual problems, not causing any juridical consequences. ;)
jon357 71 | 20,031
23 Nov 2022 #935
free from Western decadence

I'll take that over eastern decadence, something r*SSia is full of.

You have official results

How can their be 'official' results from an unofficial and illegal referendum?

You can refuse to recognize this results

Like literally the entire world?
pawian 197 | 19,922
23 Nov 2022 #936
Sounds like

No independent observers equals rigged referenda. Simple.

there was obserevers from a number of countries

Don`t be stupid, North Korea and Belarus don`t count.

Either you accept official results

Nobody except Iran, Belarus or North Korea accepted the results. RuSSists have lost and if you don`t annul the referenda, the sanctions will be continued until the ultimate disintegration of the Evil RuSSian Empire. Ha! And what can you do about it??? hahahaha
Paulina 13 | 2,942
23 Nov 2022 #937
@pawian, that's the thing - RuSSia has been lying so much and inventing such f*cked up lies that noone in the right mind would believe in those results without some solid proof - and I haven't seen any.

Burden of proof on your side. You have official results

No, RuSSia has been lying all the time, so I don't believe any "official results" given by RuSSia. Those are just words and numbers printed on paper and you can say and print anything you want. So I want PROOF from YOU.

there was obserevers from a number of countries (not from the list of US lapdogs and their fleas).

What observers? From what institutions? And from what countries? From the list of RuSSia's lapdogs and their fleas by any chance? :D
Velund 1 | 540
23 Nov 2022 #938
so I don't believe any "official results" given by RuSSia

This is YOUR problem. Not problem of Russia.

About observers - In DNR referendum there was independent observers from Brazil, Egypt, Venezuela, Serbia, South Africa, Cameroon, CAR, Abkhazia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, USA, France, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, Latvia (citizens of that countries). One of my (distant) relatives worked in local referendum comission in suburbs of Donetsk. Not asked about other regions.
pawian 197 | 19,922
23 Nov 2022 #939
. Not problem of Russia.

OK. The sanctions may last for decades... hahahaha

About observers

Darling, we are talking about INDEPENDENT observers.

info-res.org/post/explainer-the-foreign-observers-behind-ukraine-s-sham-referendums

There is a notable absence of foreign politicians, active diplomats or officials, or significant public figures. This appears to be very much the C-team of election observers, even compared to the calibre of observers at previous Russian elections.
Paulina 13 | 2,942
23 Nov 2022 #940
This is YOUR problem. Not problem of Russia.

We're making it RuSSia's problem :)))

Btw, by your attitude you're showing that you don't care whether those referendums were fair and honest or not.

In DNR referendum there was independent observers from

But from what organisation or institution? You can hand-pick any foreign individuals who are pro-Putin, for example, or who can get paid and call them "independent observers". That's why I'm asking what reputable institution sent those observers.

And what about other regions?
Miloslaw 14 | 4,529
23 Nov 2022 #941
This is YOUR problem. Not problem of Russia.

You are wrong.
This is a massive problem for Russia because it is all about how they are perceived by the rest of the world.
And currently, they are seen as a terrorist state.
Just watch how China and India start to hold Russia at arms lenghth....like a stinking piece of ordure....soon they will only have North Korea,Iran and maybe Pakistan as friends.....good luck with that!
mafketis 35 | 11,212
23 Nov 2022 #942
You can refuse to recognize this results

Of course! That's the only sane option! And... didn't you know Ukraine just had a top secret referendum and the residents of Kherson decided they want to stay in Ukraine after all!



jon357 71 | 20,031
23 Nov 2022 #943
there was independent observers

No there weren't.

Anyway, I've just held a referendum and the result was 100%. I'm going to annex your kitchen.
Paulina 13 | 2,942
23 Nov 2022 #944
11.11. - what a beautiful date for both Poles and Ukrainians now :)))

didn't you know Ukraine just had a top secret referendum and the residents of Kherson decided they want to stay in Ukraine after all!

With whooping 88.9% "YES for Ukraine"! :D Of course, there were independent observers from many countries, including Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, the Czech Republic, the US, the UK and even RuSSia (Yulia Navalnaya), Belarus (Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya), Turkey (Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu), etc. Only Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia recognised the results of this top secret referendum, but who cares what the world thinks - it's THEIR problem, not Ukraine's! :D

I'm going to annex your kitchen.

Aneks kuchenny :D ;D
Miloslaw 14 | 4,529
23 Nov 2022 #945
. I'm going to annex your kitchen

Aneks kuchenny

LOL!!!!!

That is exactly how stupid, moronic and frankly, insane those Russian referendums were.
jon357 71 | 20,031
23 Nov 2022 #946
This was sad to see. Some US soldiers in a shopping mall here in Poland being followed round by someone (presumably an American orc supporter) verbally abusing them and very obviously trying to provoke them into a fight. One of the soldiers was African American and another Latino; the guy was racially abusing them both with deeply offensive terms to get a reaction. The soldiers behaved impeccably. I wouldn't have.

The person filming wasn't a Pole (unless he'd lived from childhood in America; his US accent was a thick one). I suspect a r*SSia supporter, perhaps paid to do this.

twitter.com/Havoc_Six/status/1595481860657889283
Miloslaw 14 | 4,529
23 Nov 2022 #947
This was sad to see

Absolutely disgusting!
That chickensh1t coward would be the first to call the Yanks to help him if Russia invaded.
He made me feel sick....
Cargo pants 3 | 1,333
23 Nov 2022 #948
I wonder which mall is it,certainly not Zlota trasay,maybe Arkadia or Panorama.I wish I know who this guys is,I can promise him Poland Permanent resident card,he is certainly not of Polish descent and has a kind of NY accent.Soldiers had some tolerance,in my case I would have grabbed whatever I could...chair,knife and put him at his place.I can bet he is a Back packer English teacher doing visa runs.
Paulina 13 | 2,942
23 Nov 2022 #949
I suspect a r*SSia supporter, perhaps paid to do this.

Wow, what a piece of sh1t. He was clearly trying to provoke them. Those soldiers should call the Polish police. Polish police officers "love" such filming provocateurs :) And I think other Polish services should probably get interested in that guy too.

Great self-control by American soldiers though. Very professional. 👍

He made me feel sick....

Me too. That guy was probably an American, but I still would buy those soldiers a beer or sth if that happened in Poland :/
jon357 71 | 20,031
23 Nov 2022 #950
Absolutely disgusting!

Quite. On Twitter people are saying that he's either from Canada or a part of the US close to the border, due to vowel sounds (aboot not about). Wherever he's from, he needs braying.

but I still would buy those soldiers a beer or sth if that happened in Poland :/

Me too. And a big plate of pierogi.

@Mafketis, what would you say his accent was?
Miloslaw 14 | 4,529
23 Nov 2022 #951
but I still would buy those soldiers a beer if that happened in Poland :/

Me too!
Cargo pants 3 | 1,333
23 Nov 2022 #952
buy those soldiers a beer or sth

I have made couple of US soldier friends meeting them in Zlota trasay mall and we are now good beer buddies on there furlough and the circle is growing
jon357 71 | 20,031
23 Nov 2022 #953
I wonder which mall is it,certainly not Zlota trasay,maybe Arkadia or Panorama.

It's Reduta. You can see Blue City opposite when the soldiers leave.
Bobko 11 | 510
24 Nov 2022 #954
It's strange to me, that when what I had wanted to happen since early on... finally started happening (debilitating strikes against Ukraine's critical infrastructure) - it brought me no satisfaction, no joy.

Time, and change over time - these are important things. Initial miscalculations, have led to unpredictable "forking" of popular opinion, which I feel on my own self. This war is going to be neither what I wanted, nor what a "generic" PolAmKrakow or Mafketis wanted.

If it already seems to one like a f*cking mess, I would advise that person to buckle up and get ready for a much bumpier ride.
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
24 Nov 2022 #955
Hey, Bobko, Zhole can end that war by noon tomorrow - if his puppet masters in DC let him.
Never, ever forget what happened in April.
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
24 Nov 2022 #956
In the meantime, in support of my famous here Z-P, this is what's happening as proof that Zhole is "winning"... Quoting:

Russia has targeted Ukraine's energy infrastructure in a large-scale missile attack on Wednesday, striking multiple targets in the capital Kiev and elsewhere across the country.

Emergency power outages have occurred in all regions as a result of the assault, Ukraine's national power grid operator Ukrenergo has reported.

Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said that there were explosions in various parts of the city and that water supplies had been cut off. He also mentioned power shortages.


As they say, play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Poland, here is another opportunity to share your vast resources.

All of this to protect that world-class Ukrainian "democracy" and the right to sign up with NATO. Good job, guys...
Velund 1 | 540
24 Nov 2022 #957
But from what organisation or institution?

If observer work for some organisation or institution, he/she depends of their employer. So, it will be not independent observer, it will be representative of their employer.

So, offer something else.

it brought me no satisfaction, no joy.

Me too, but it has to be done. It is shortest way to end this madness without turning EU countries into beggars lands, without industry and controlled directly from US embassies, like Ukraine after Maidan. ;)
cms neuf - | 1,947
24 Nov 2022 #958
Another cold night at the troll farm ?

Don't worry losers, only 5 hours to go and you can catch the rickety tram back to your crappy apartments

Why not order something from the 24 hour sushi bar ? Niigiri with sprats ?

How's the Bitcoin going BTW ?
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
24 Nov 2022 #959
Another cold night at the troll farm ?

No. Another cold night in Ukraine - the country that is "winning" the war that should never be.
GefreiterKania 15 | 707
24 Nov 2022 #960
Thank you for stating the obvious, European Parliament...

europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20221118IPR55707/european-parliament-declares-russia-to-be-a-state-sponsor-of-terrorism

...hopefully this will open the way to full confiscation of all Russian money and property in Europe and allocating these funds to rebuilding Ukraine.


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