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Poland`s aid to Ukraine if Russia invades - part 9


mafketis 36 | 10,863
11 Feb 2024 #1,081
There is a sandbox outside...

Thanks for letting us know you needed to relieve yourself.... did you cover it up well afterward?

Would also like to know if he was paid for that

That's the suggestion of generalsvr (usual caveats apply).... my favorite excerpt (no way on earth am I going to watch the whole thing) was that Cucker set him up a question to talk about "traditional" values and his totally missed it....

twitter.com/JuliaDavisNews/status/1756329332778090969
Tacitus 2 | 1,392
11 Feb 2024 #1,082
They'd be trading with r*SSia and probably supporting them if they thought they could get away with it.

It is really getting on your nerves that the UK is no longer the most important European ally of Ukraine right ;)
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,083
It is really getting on your nerves

It isn't, and I do not see a stronger ally except perhaps Poland.

We know you've got sour grapes because of Germany's failings however this isn't about your feelings; it is about an existential threat for Ukraine and the danger to humanity posed by r*SSia and its willing accomplices.

At least no decent western country will be buying their oil or gas for the foreseeable future..
Tacitus 2 | 1,392
11 Feb 2024 #1,084
I do not see a stronger ally except perhaps Poland

Because you are unwilling to acknowledge facts that contradict your opinion.

Approved budget for military aid for Ukraine in 2024

By Germany: 8bn$

kyivindependent.com/germany-passes-2024-budget-providing-over-8-billion-in-military-aid-for-ukraine/#:~:text=Germany's%20parliament%20approved%20on%20Feb,in%20military%20assistance%20for%20Kyiv.

By the UK: 3bn$

defensenews.com/global/europe/2024/01/12/britain-pledges-over-3-billion-for-ukraine-military-aid-in-2024/

By Poland?

Never mind financial, economic and humanitarian aid and the number of Ukrainian refugees in each country.

oil or gas for the foreseeable future

Nor become a tax shelter for their wealthy oligarchs.
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,085
facts

I don't think you care about those. They are less important to you than trying not to lose face.

Perhaps that 8 billion usd would more usefully have been spent on your defence budget which for the last few decades has fallen short of the NATO minimum.And you did of course forget the many thousands of Ukrainian servicemen and servicewomen currently training in Britain. With weapons, not broom handles.

You do seem to be very concerned with proving a point.
And as I say, at least r*SSia won't be exporting oil or had westwards for many years to come.
Velund 1 | 582
11 Feb 2024 #1,086
At least no decent western country will be buying their oil or gas for the foreseeable future..

No problem. Few years ago Russia sold gas to Germany and Germany used it to be not only self-sufficient but exporter of fertilizers. Now Russia uses gas to produce fertilizers on their own territory, and sold them to Germany with much greater profit.

Undamaged second NS2 pipe still filled with gas and ready to work - but Scholz got command to finish Germany industrial base completely. ;)

Nor become a tax shelter for their wealthy oligarchs.

Thank you very much for this lesson for our fat cats. Next generations will know that it is much safer to invest in their own country economy, and USD must be avoid as plague.
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,087
second NS2 pipe

Hopefully Ukraine will neutralise that one too as they did the otherwise. Good that it's filled with gas; the bang will be better.
Tacitus 2 | 1,392
11 Feb 2024 #1,088
usefully have been spent on your defence budget

Supporting Ukraine is much cheaper and more cost-effective.

.And you did of course forget the many thousands

I did not. It is just nothing special, other countries including Germany are doing the same.

bundeswehr.de/en/organization/further-fmod-departments/bundeswehr-homeland-defence-command/germany-eumam-ua/trainings-eumam-2023--5722708#:~:text=Trainings%20EUMAMEuropean%20Union%20Military%20Assistance%20Mission%202023,-Training&text=Around%2010%2C000%20Ukrainian%20soldiers%20were,260%20training%20sessions%20in%202023.

All that training amounts to little without proper equipment. And who provides (significantly) more to Ukraine?

The UK is lagging behind Germany on all fields regarding Ukrainian aid (humanitarian, financial, political, economical and military). On some cases even behind France (when it comes to the total amount of aid). Be proud of what you do, but stay objective and dont slander other countries because you are not satisfied with your countries contribution relative to others.
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,089
not. It is just nothing special

Perhaps you ought to ask President Zelenskyy about that.

behind Germany

No it isn't, and don't get prickly when things don't go your way. It tends not to end well.
Tacitus 2 | 1,392
11 Feb 2024 #1,090
Perhaps you ought to ask President Zelenskyy about that.

?

No it isn't,

It isn't because you do not want to acknowledge it? That is more Novichok-like, far from what the reasonable you would normally write.

I presented you data and numbers that leave little to interpretation. The British parliament has literally approved aid roughly 1/3 of the German volume this year, never mind the other fields where the discrepancy is even larger.
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,091
It isn't

There you go again.

It doesn't work.

Anymore than there will be r*SSian oil and gas exports to Europe in the foreseeable future.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #1,092
But it was a poor interview - why didn't he challenge any of the crazy views ?

Becaue Tucker went to Moscow to ask, not to challenge, and to let everybody know Putin's position on issues. Now we do.
It will be interesting to see what Biden has to say when Tucker interviews him 2 weeks from now.

They'd be trading with r*SSia

"r*SSia" will trade only with countries where faggots are a majority.
Ironside 53 | 12,493
11 Feb 2024 #1,093
I don't think you care about those. They are less important to you than trying not to lose face

It seems to be that way. It reminds me of Chinese really, difficult to communicate with.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #1,094
The British parliament has literally approved aid roughly 1/3 of the German volume this year

This makes both the UK and Germany, along with the world's worst offender, the US, war criminals.
But for that "aid", a million men would be alive and well today.

Before you say something really stupid...a reminder...Z-P is still zero. Not a single Ukrainian in Crimea was executed or sent to a "gulag" after 2014 because he was Ukrainian.
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,095
difficult to communicate with.

Weird personalities very often.

And of course they'd be in bed with r*SSia (commercially and militarily) if they could get away with it.
cms neuf 1 | 1,782
11 Feb 2024 #1,096
Did Tucker ask for the 1000 year old history lesson of Noggin the Nog and Nogbad the Bad ?

I
Poloniusz 4 | 697
11 Feb 2024 #1,097
Did Tucker ask for the 1000 year old history lesson

Putin has been in power for a nearly a quarter of a century.

He doesn't have to care about providing soundbites that meet the needs of foreign journalists and their viewers with short attention spans.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #1,098
He doesn't have to care about providing soundbites that meet the needs of foreign journalists

...that they would slice and splice to fit their agendas anyway...

hey'd be in bed with r*SSia

r*SSia goes to bed only with faggots.
Russia hates faggots - especially those who would like to visit Russian schoolchildren...
mafketis 36 | 10,863
11 Feb 2024 #1,099
Tucker ask for the 1000 year old history lesson of Noggin the Nog and Nogbad the Bad ?

It's so funny how quickly the rightwingers went from 'wow!' 'great!' to just not saying anything about the interview.... major dud. russian media is half "why didn't he say....?" and "he's so wonderful!" (cognitive dissonance in action).
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #1,100
It's so funny how quickly the rightwingers went from 'wow!' 'great!' t

It was great because it gave the US ruling mob fits.
jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,101
the interview.... major dud

It's as if he'd been sent there to show just how deranged Putler is.
cms neuf 1 | 1,782
11 Feb 2024 #1,102
He's been in power 24 years through his skill as a communicator?

I thought it was because he murders and imprisons his enemies and doesn't allow free elections

He won't make 25 years BTW
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #1,103
just how deranged Putler is.

...but still not as deranged as assfvcking faggots...
cms neuf 1 | 1,782
11 Feb 2024 #1,104
You are talking again about the Udmurtian military ? Where recruits are raped and pimped by their officers
Poloniusz 4 | 697
11 Feb 2024 #1,105
He's been in power 24 years through his skill as a communicator?

Lenin was known for his speeches made to throngs of people and he was in power for only two years.

Stalin is not remembered for any speeches and he was in power for 29 years.

I thought it was because he murders and imprisons his enemies and doesn't allow free elections

It sounds like he has things in common with Zelensky.

He won't make 25 years BTW

Who knows?

He didn't get where he is today and for long as he has by making himself vulnerable to the opinions and physical threats from others.

Some found that out the hard way.



jon357 74 | 21,939
11 Feb 2024 #1,106
he murders and imprisons his enemies

That's how he got in; the apartment bombings which were entirely staged by his henchmen.
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,107
It was great because it gave the US ruling mob fits.

But did you like his message to the US?
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,024
12 Feb 2024 #1,108
@Ironside
I thought his message to the US regarding the dollar was a good one. People with real money are effected by the dollars strength less than those with limited funds. My nephew for instance, comes from a limited income home, every year I give him a hundred dollar bill for his birthday. He turned eight this year, and a few weeks ago when he exchanged the hundred he got less than 400 zl back. He remarked how last year he got "a lot more". Maybe it was 450 last year, but even to a child things like this are being noticed.
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,109
I thought his message to the US

His message to the US was simple there is the law of nature that all empires fall and now it is time for the US, you are done and should go quietly if you don't want any trouble.
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,024
12 Feb 2024 #1,110
@Ironside
Thats what he would like to believe, and it is possible that the US is heading in that direction. IF Biden somehow gets re-elected, then yes, I believe the US will either experience a civil war, or is will turn into a socialist country with all the socialist problems that come with it.


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