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


Tacitus 2 | 1,625
30 Oct 2022 #151
That is hardly a "huge" scandal. Some person seems to have spiked the drinks of some people, but no one got molested and the same happens sadly regulary on big parties, sometimes with worse outcomes. If the culprit is found, I will sure to not bring him up as a source on the Russian invasion like you do with Ritter.

On a positive note, the Italian governent seems to have agreed to further military assistance of Ukraine. No doubt Putin must be wondering if financing Salvini and Co. over thr years has really been worth it.
pawian 197 | 19,922
30 Oct 2022 #152
"Two flags, one goal: the victory of Ukraine. Ukrainians continue to thank Poland for its amazing support and help in the fight against the Russian occupiers," writes the Ukrainian government's Center for Strategic Communication.



PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,584
31 Oct 2022 #153
Poor little Orc's are now said to be retreating out of Kherson. Taking with them, in the Orc tradition of course, all the cell tower equipment they can steal and then relocating it to Luhansk. Its always good to steal what you can't supply to your own people when you are an Orc. All the while the chief Orc retard orders more missile strikes on civilian infrastructure. Still, most Ukraine people in a war zone live better than most Russian's. Whats that say about Russia?
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #154
Orc's are now said to be retreating out of Kherson. Taking with them

Anything they can steal? How is a country as purely disgusting and foul as russia allowed to exist?
Ziemowit 14 | 4,404
31 Oct 2022 #155
It seems Russia has shown its true face to the world which she had been sort of hiding for many years up to the 24th of February 2022.

Or, Russia was occasionlly displaying its true face before that date in Chechnya, Georgia andCrimea. Didn't the late president Lech Kaczyński of Poland warn the international community: now it is Georgia, next Ukraine and then maybe Poland and the Baltic States, But no one in the so-called "rotten" West did not want to listen to him ...
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,584
31 Oct 2022 #156
Russian pu$$ies now sending missiles to blow up dams and hydroelectric stations. This war is not about anything other than wiping out Ukraine people. Kill them, torture them, blow them up, starve them out, freeze them to death, civilian or military it does not matter. The Orc's are nothing more than animals using 19th and 20th century technology that they somehow are able to make work. Meanwhile, the Orc's hiding in the west continue to be silent. All the bragging of early accomplishment is gone. The curtain has been pulled back to reveal nothing but a little angry old man with a Napolean complex who is doing nothing but ruining Russia for generations to come. The shrimps long term plan now? See how winter goes and hope for cold weather to break the EU and US resolve. LMFAO Another stupid idea from an idiot. Why would any idiot think the EU and US resolve would weaken when Ukraine is winning? Fing moron at the wheel of Russia. Happy gulag biatches!
cms neuf - | 1,948
31 Oct 2022 #157
After their drunk military have had a notable failure they always respond by attacking civilians

Probably time for the better equipped, sober Ukrainians to start firing a few rockets into Russia ? Murderer Putin still enjoys a lot of support from the alcoholic population
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #158
Putin still enjoys a lot of support from the alcoholic population

So many of the smarter members of the younger generation have left that combined with battlefield attrition putain is doing serious longterm damage to the chances of the country existing...

Who's left?
johnny reb 38 | 7,720
31 Oct 2022 #159
Ukrainians continue to thank Poland for its amazing support and help in the fight against the Russian occupiers,

I wish thet Ukraine would be a little more thankful for America's support.
After announcing that the U.S. was sending ANOTHER BILLION in A.I.D., Zelensky started in on what else Ukraine wanted to fight the Russians that was on his wish list.

During a phone call between biden and Zelensky biden lost his temper, the people familiar with the call said.
The American people were being quite generous, and his administration and the U.S. military were working hard to help Ukraine, he said, raising his voice, and Zelensky could show a little more gratitude.
Kashub1410 5 | 467
31 Oct 2022 #160
@johnny reb
You are expecting quite a lot. Kossacks did uprisings cause Polish aristocracy tried to have them become farmers (prepping the area for agriculture) their very thought of having to grow food and not raid/pillage was a reason to oppose Polish influences, while also not giving back stolen goods from raids to rightful owners.

They got comfy about western backing probably.
Alien 12 | 2,217
31 Oct 2022 #161
@johnny reb
Its all is only possible because it is a proxy war since the beginning.
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,584
31 Oct 2022 #162
@Novichok
Come one man, you are smarter than this. Nam is not Ukraine. What we know 50 years after is supposed to educate people. All the old references to US wars is just worn out.

@johnny reb
That conversation took place in June. I agree though. Z needs to STFU and be thankful. The US has given a lot and will continue to give, but Z should stop asking for things that have already been off limits.
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #163
Vietnam ... the way Americans do... Dresden, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki

Another example of the lack among putain supporters of an internal moral compass (someone did something that can be described as bad so it's okay if I do too!) and the lack of any kind of context.... no ability to understand the difference between Dresden in 1944 and Kyiv in 2022....

Infants... putain's supporters are moral infants....
GefreiterKania 15 | 707
31 Oct 2022 #164
the difference between Dresden in 1944 and Kyiv in 2022

The difference is that Dresden in 1944 was under the rule of criminal, genocidal nazi regime and the population living there voted the said regime into power and supported it, whilst Kiev in 2022 is a capital of a democratic state and a victim of unprovoked, aggressive invasion.

If this "slight" difference escapes someone, then it's a case of clinical idiocy and not much can be done here.
GefreiterKania 15 | 707
31 Oct 2022 #165
nuke the residents of Chicago

USSR would have been more than happy to do that, if that hadn't meant residents of Moscow evaporating shortly after.
Lenka 3 | 2,894
31 Oct 2022 #166
The difference is that Dresden

I would say the main difference is between victim and an agresor
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
31 Oct 2022 #167
I am not talking about happiness. I am talking about the justification of deliberately firebombing civilians aka terrorism and a war crime since neither of the three locations I named had no specific military value.
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #168
I am talking about the justification of deliberately firebombing civilians

So when russia steps over the NATO line you support firebombing russian civilians.... noted.
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
31 Oct 2022 #169
The only thing I support is removing you and others here from the High Moral Ground.
Other than that, I am against white people killing white people. That includes Russians killing Ukrainians. All Putin had to do is wait for the moment when U gov was in session and drop a couple on them as a reminder about Minsk 2 and replace the missing with his friends - a revolution of 2022 reversing one in 2014.
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,584
31 Oct 2022 #170
@Novichok
That would have actually been smart. The sanctions against Russia would be ending in 5 years or so. Now, they will never recover. Move to Moscow and you could find a lot of people that would follow that course of action. Sure would have saved a lot of Russia boys lives.
Kashub1410 5 | 467
31 Oct 2022 #171
@Novichok

The only thing I support is removing you and others here from the High Moral Ground.

Why would you care if you lack any? German response to it's war in ww2 it's very different to Japanese approach or Soviet approach.

Japanese see it as a humiliation, Soviets did the bare minimum as to formally save face in front of a international audience they hoped to help them sabotage America (which they relied on effectively during cold war)

Your hopes for Russia to region any moral highground cannot be seen as anything else then treason with that information at hand. Only reason you aren't picked up on by CIA/FBI or what ever they call themselves nowadays is perhaps with the hope of finding other moles or potentially new sources of information which are looking in to you. Or the most likely of chances that your a too small fish to gry and dream of having to be paranoid about secret intelligence need info from you to make yourself feel more important then you really are. Which can describe most of the nutters uttering anything online! Including myself
cms neuf - | 1,948
31 Oct 2022 #172
The idea that Ukrainians would accept a Russian imposed regime just shows what a delusional fantasist you are. The Ukrainians want to move in from control by drunk rapists and continue their path to democracy.

Even on the rare occasions they are sober, Russians can't seem to grasp that, and their reaction is to try and trash a few electric substations ir loot the local supermarkets.
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #173
only thing I support is removing you and others here from the High Moral Ground.

Okay, here's my brutocratic response.

putain is old, sick and crazy and invaded Ukraine thinking that NATO would just let him (and not realizing his military had been spending all the money intended for them... elsewhere....).

NATO is strong and russia is weak. NATO is popular with countries that have experience with russia (like Poland...) and russia is not popular with any country that has much experience with it.

russia only exists now at the sufference of NATO which could turn the country into a mass of glass at any time it wanted.

putain is endangering the lives of everyone in the country by his deranged antics and the sooner he surrenders the better.

At present NATO is content to let russia exhaust itself militarily and kill its young men in the tens of thousands while driving away anyone under 50 with a three digit IQ.... after russia can no longer defend itself it will be cut up like a chicken and democratized and eventually russians will realize it was for the best (like Germans and Japanese now).

If you really liked russia you would pray on your knees at night that putain calls off his mad adventure while his country is still allowed to exist....

capisci?
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
31 Oct 2022 #174
The idea that Ukrainians would accept a Russian imposed regime just shows what a delusional fantasist you are.

The above post will compete for the dumbest, short-memory post of the year. I remember so vividly how Poland not only accepted a Soviet regime but had plenty of very happy collaborators.

Okay, here's my brutocratic response.

I will comment after you correct the spelling. I don't know what "russia" is. Sorry.
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #175
I don't know what "russia"

AKA pоссия....pоссийская федерация it's a big ole craph0le between Poland, Kazakhstan and China....

how Poland not only accepted a Soviet regime

that you supposedly couldn't wait to get out of....
Kashub1410 5 | 467
31 Oct 2022 #176
@Novichok
Tolerated cause it had to at best, only traitors accepted it
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
31 Oct 2022 #177
Quoting thehill.com:

80 percent of Kyiv without water after Russian strikes, mayor says

Crimea has water so Z<<P.

Just curious...How many miles separate land-based Russian nukes from the US and vice versa?
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #178
How many miles separate land-based Russian nukes from the US and vice versa?

Whose nukes do you think work better.... NATO's or russia's old busted stockpile.... according to generalsvr numerous recent attempts to test a nuke to scare the west have failed....

NATO hasn't even put a toe on Ukrainian soil and indirect help from NATO is slaughtering russia on the battlefield so the weak coward putain is attacking civilians cause they can't shoot back...

putain is a coward endangering the very existence of his country....

Look at grain shipments... Turkey has just de facto told russia that if it tries to interfere with grain ships then it's taking on the turkish navy (which belongs to which beloved internaitonal anti-russian military alliance?)

twitter.com/visegrad24/status/1587107658875785221

is putain feeling lucky?
OP Novichok 3 | 6,795
31 Oct 2022 #179
So how many miles separate land-based Russian nukes from the US and vice versa?
mafketis 35 | 11,212
31 Oct 2022 #180
you tell me since you care about it so much.... supposedly putain is obsessed with how quickly NATO could fry moscow and rather than being polite so that NATO would have no reason to want to fry moscow he's given NATO very good reason to be ready to fry moscow at a second's notice....

NATO strong >>>> weak russia which allowed itself to be controlled by a crazy old sick man with delusions of grandeur... the whole country will pay dearly for the mistake and NATO is now preparing the bill.


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