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Poland`s aid to Ukraine if Russia invades - part 10


AntV 5 | 629
22 Mar 2024 #121
@Novichok

Yeah, that is one area we could work with Russia: terrorism. Not gonna happen now.
cms neuf 1 | 1,759
22 Mar 2024 #122
What good would crappy Udmurtian planes be ?

I did see Medvedev went completely off piste, blamed it on Ukraine and said that both the terrorists and their families should be eliminated - the medieval approach typical of that culture.
Miloslaw 19 | 4,856
22 Mar 2024 #123
Yes, another terrorist act against his own nation by that terrorist Putin.

I have to agree and so soon after the election!What a coincidence!

What would that do for him?

Strengthen his power as a "Strong Leader".

Why? He had the total numbers....87%

I did not realise that you were so naive until that post......please WAKE UP!!!!
cms neuf 1 | 1,759
22 Mar 2024 #124
What else says "strong leader" more than letting your own citizens get gunned down a few km from the President's palace, even after warnings were given ?

RIP all the victims of this incompetence
OP Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,783
22 Mar 2024 #125
Russia supported Syria in its fight against ISIS

Right....forgot about that.

But this....now.....it boggles the mind!
Novichok 4 | 7,804
23 Mar 2024 #126
'Death for death': Terrorists must be 'mercilessly destroyed' - Medvedev

MS-13 terrorists: Welcome to America - Biden

Memo to Russia: Kill them on sight. No trials. No lawyers. No mercy.
Alien 20 | 4,925
23 Mar 2024 #128
Death for death

Well, that's what they got, after all, they themselves act like terrorists in Ukraine.
Torq 6 | 668
23 Mar 2024 #129
In my son's kindergarten almost half of the kids are Ukrainian, so he's always picking up some Ukrainian/Russian words, especially that he's now hanging out with a new kid named Ivan all the time; a barrel of laughs I tell you :)

However, it got more serious recently, because they were discussing the war and I am now being lectured on geopolitics by my 5-year-old. Here are the major conclusions:

- children ran away from Ukraine to Poland because Poland has the strongest army (especially tanks) and will defend them;
- Russia will lose because Russia is only one and Poland and Ukraine are two;
- we will win also because we have Santa Claus on our side. :D

When I'm a bit down in the dumps, all I have to do is ask my son: "what were you and Ivan discussing in kindergarten today?", and after 2 minutes I'm pissing myself laughing. :)
amiga500 4 | 1,536
23 Mar 2024 #130
awww that's sweet.. Maybe you will experience a softening to your adult ukranian bratok in the future as well :)
Torq 6 | 668
23 Mar 2024 #131
your adult ukranian bratok

What?
cms neuf 1 | 1,759
23 Mar 2024 #132
Putler dismissed warnings

kyivindependent.com/comments-show-putin-dismissed-western-warnings-of-moscow-attack-as-blackmail/

Unlucky that you have this fool as your leader. Still 87 percent of you elected him

Rest In Peace to all the victims - even Udmurtian civilians deserve protection

Why did security forces take so long to respond ? Some reports saying almost an hour
jon357 74 | 21,980
23 Mar 2024 #133
I did see Medvedev went completely off piste, blamed it on Ukraine

Probably drunk.

Putler dismissed warnings

They were warned very clearly a few days ago; the FSB are better at throwing people out of windows than protecting their public. The last time a theatre was attacked in Moscow, more people died from the 'rescue' attempt than from the terrorists.

Russia supported Syria in its fight

r*SSia helped the pernicious Assad regime who gassed civilians to death. Not a way to endear themselves to anyone.
OP Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,783
23 Mar 2024 #134
115 victims now, children between them....and Moscow had been warned!

USA predicted concert attack:

So Putin blew the whistle on the terror warning

bild.de/politik/ausland/politik-inland/usa-sagten-konzert-anschlag-voraus-so-schlug-putin-die-terror-warnung-aus-87623894.bild.html

...The US embassy clearly sounded the alarm. There are indications that extremists are preparing an attack - explicitly "including at concerts," as she wrote publicly on her website on March 8th. The warning urged citizens to avoid crowds, monitor local media for updates and be aware of their surroundings.

BILD also reported on the terror warning at the time . Even German authorities were on the alert and warned citizens: The German representation in Russia wrote on its homepage: "Attention! On March 8, 2024, the German Embassy in Moscow and the Consulate General in Saint Petersburg will remain closed." And the Foreign Office "strongly advised against traveling to Russia. The travel and safety advice has also long included a reference to terrorism."....


Every reasonable leader would had to step back now!
jon357 74 | 21,980
23 Mar 2024 #135
Moscow

And 4 arrests, people who are probably nothing to do with it at all.

Right now, I'd guess the world's antiterrorist agencies are focussed on the Olympics above everything else; that is a potential risk.

115

A far lower number than those innocents who were killed in another theatre, the theatre in Mariupol, the one with the word "children" painted on the roof, the one that the r*SSians fired thermobaric bombs at.

And it's very possible that the FSB knew all about it (they were of course warned) and could have taken action but didn't. Putler has a history of tightening his repressive grip after terrorist incidents.

As I say, wait and watch.
OP Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,783
23 Mar 2024 #136
And 4 arrests, people who are probably nothing to do with it at all.

Especially as ISIS boasted "no losses" in it's posts before....but then, why would terrorists tell the truth!

And the Olympics truly could become a bloodbath....I wouldn't put it past these animals.
jon357 74 | 21,980
23 Mar 2024 #137
why would terrorists tell the truth!

Or indeed Moscow who have form for compulsive lying about terrorist acts, as well as a history of using them as a pretext for increasing repression and reducing democracy within r*SSia.

And the Olympics could become a bloodbath

A huge potential flashpoint and Paris has a very poor record of fighting terrorism.
cms neuf 1 | 1,759
23 Mar 2024 #138
I hear from my FB that Udmurtian police were beating up some of the people who tried to escape

Probably not true but every day Crno posts about a dozen obvious lies here, so another one is fine
mafketis 37 | 10,846
23 Mar 2024 #139
Udmurtian police were beating up some of the people who tried to escape

tbh I would be surprised if they weren't doing that....
jon357 74 | 21,980
23 Mar 2024 #140
I hear from my FB that

There's also questions about a guy who was filming it. There's a suggestion that he was there to do that and not worried about being shot.
cms neuf 1 | 1,759
23 Mar 2024 #141
Yes, paid trolls are quiet all over the internet, that means they are waiting for instructions
mafketis 37 | 10,846
23 Mar 2024 #142
waiting for instructions

russians are bending over backwards trying to find a Ukraine connection...
PolAmKrakow 2 | 961
23 Mar 2024 #143
@jon357
Why would all the anti terorist people be focused on the Olympics, according to France this open border immigation policy they have had has been just marvelous. Look at all the peaceful muslims they have let in without background checks, and how inviting all those whites infidels gathered in one place will be in summer. Sounds just like a nice place to geth Omar and the boys back together and sew some new Sunday vests.
Velund 1 | 600
23 Mar 2024 #144
4 direct perpetrators of the terrorist attack are arrested in the Bryansk region on their way to the Ukrainian border. They were to be met by guides from the group of Abdulhakim Shishani, one of the leaders of the Idlib radicals, who has been in Ukraine rather than Syria for a long time. He is the link between the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's GUR and the radical militants he commanded in Syria. He recently " spotlighted" in a photo that was taken in the border area near the Belgorod region, during an attack that took place a few days ago.

And what is even more interesting is that Shishani's gang was funded by the US and Britain, among the so-called "moderate" groups.
cms neuf 1 | 1,759
23 Mar 2024 #145
LOL how did they get there ? - 400km away on Udmurtian roads in the middle of the night

Or maybe they got the bus ?

Love the British angle - someone has been watching too much Austin Powers
Novichok 4 | 7,804
23 Mar 2024 #146
4 direct perpetrators of the terrorist attack are arrested in the Bryansk region on their way to the Ukrainian border.

I will pay 10,000 dollars if Russia lets me execute them.

Shishani's gang was funded by the US and Britain, among the so-called "moderate" groups.

That's what Western morons do to justify their presence everywhere. They fund them and then they fight them.
They even trained the 9/11 scum how to fly planes to start a war in Afghanistan.

Memo to Russia: Restore the death penalty! Don't copy the EU azholes. They wouldn't execute Hitler today. Too cruel.
jon357 74 | 21,980
23 Mar 2024 #147
4 direct perpetrators of the terrorist attack are arrested

Four people were arrested. No reason to think they were either connected to the Special Theatre Operation or were heading for Ukraine.

ISIS must be disappointed; they spent all this effort planning and executing their Special Operation and don't even get the credit for it since Putler tries to falsely blame Ukraine.

At least they can keep on doing it and not be blamed.

russians are bending over backwards trying to find a Ukraine connection...

And not doing it very well

paid trolls are quiet all over the internet, that means they are waiting for instructions

r*SSia are now using Nigerian troll farms as well as Indian ones.

@PolAmKrakow
That is just a tawdry rant about immigration, on a level with bar room talk by someone with an IQ of 90.
Bobko 25 | 1,995
23 Mar 2024 #148
Abdulhakim Shishani

"Shishani" - "The Chechen". Also known as Rustam Tazhiev.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rustam_Azhiev?wprov=sfti1

Shishani's gang was funded by the US and Britain

Exactly, just because these guys were nominally allied with the Free Syrian Army.

Well, not really... The actual "democratic opposition" elements of the Free Syrian Army were so completely impotent, that Britain and America found it necessary to support groups like Ansar Al-Sham and Jabaat Al-Nusra as well - even though they were a direct offshoot of Al-Qaeda and IS.

So long as life was being made difficult for Assad and Putin, they didn't care who they supported.

Hope they're happy now.
jon357 74 | 21,980
23 Mar 2024 #149
Worth a read if anyone's forgotten Putler's playbook:

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1999_Russian_apartment_bombings
mafketis 37 | 10,846
23 Mar 2024 #150
even more interesting

So russia is gonna go with: "The US and UK funded an Islamic terror group headquartered in Ukraine and then they warned the russian government to catch them off guard and then the hired guns headed straight for Ukraine...."

Really.... with a straight face you write that?

r*SSia are now using Nigerian troll farms

So now in addition to pimping for putain they have messages about excess customs duties collected that they're trying to move out of the country if you'll just open a bank account for them?


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