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Poland's aid to Ukraine if Russia invades - part 12


Ironside 50 | 12,467
8 Jun 2024 #31
. Fak off bich

oho, I haven't had my b'tch on this forum for a while now. I see you are volunteering for that position.
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he outdated ones

you send outdated tanks too. Sow what? Seems to be doing a good job.

There was no real expense

Easy to say as it is not your money.
Novichok 4 | 7,924
8 Jun 2024 #32
It isn't.

Yes, it is. Read the Russian Constitution.

To Russia, nothing else matters. Russia will kill any azhole who will try to take CDL away. Even the US knows it so it stopped trying.

I know you tend to post moronic crap... My advice: Stop talking like a moron about CDL not being Russia. When you do you look like a kid throwing another temper tantrum.
jon357 74 | 22,730
8 Jun 2024 #33
r*SSian Constitution

That's irrelevant.

Neither the United Nations or any major country including yours and mine recognises their illegal and unprovoked invasion of Ukrainian sovereign territory.
Novichok 4 | 7,924
8 Jun 2024 #34
That's irrelevant.

Yes, it is. I know you are dense but I will try anyway...

If the Russians say CDL is Russia and the 7 billion says CDL is Ukraine, whose word prevails?

Or this...Whose visa would you need to enter CDL - Ukrainian or Russian?

See? There you go...good boy...get a cookie...
Tacitus 2 | 1,392
8 Jun 2024 #35
@Ironside

you send outdated tanks too. Sow what? Seems to be doing a good job.

Sure, but we do not claim that those were a significant sacrifice. Those tanks are useful, but Ukraine needs a steady flow of new ones if it is to prevail in this war of attrition.

Easy to say as it is not your money

Well, Poland did ask for reimbursement from EPF, which is mostly funded by Germany so... .
Novichok 4 | 7,924
9 Jun 2024 #36
Why I love Russia sooo much...Quoting:

Russian deputy minister slams 'gay nationalism'
The 'LGBT movement' has been banned in the country because its ideology endangers traditional values, Oleg Sviridenko said at SPIEF


According to the official, the LGBT movement has long been used by "the Collective West" to target "basic moral and cultural norms, religious foundations, as well as the institution of marriage and family" in Russia.

This is true because the opposite is not.
mafketis 37 | 10,925
9 Jun 2024 #37
Occasionally, dishonest people like to claim that Ukraine and russia were close to 'agreement' in Istanbul but this agreement was derailed by Boris Johnson.

Enough of base, talentless lies.... here's the truth...

x.com/dszeligowski/status/1785771531458462188

Anyone who repeats the myth of the west derailing an agreement is a liar or incredibly stupid. There is no third option.
gumishu 14 | 6,288
9 Jun 2024 #38
"basic moral and cultural norms,

I maybe wrong but doesn't Russia have the biggest AIDS/HIV problem in Europe
mafketis 37 | 10,925
9 Jun 2024 #39
doesn't Russia have the biggest AIDS/HIV problem in Europe

acc to wikipedia: "in 2021, Russia ranked among the top five countries in terms of HIV prevalence"

I think it's probably more related to very high rates of intravenous drug abuse in russia than unprotected gay sex, but since RT doesn't talk about that much russia supporters think it must not exist.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIV/AIDS_in_Russia

the idea that russia is a stronghold of any kind of 'traditional' or 'christian' values is.... laughable.
jon357 74 | 22,730
9 Jun 2024 #40
I think it's probably more related to very high rates of intravenous drug abuse

Prostitution of both sorts, junkies sharing needles and poor health infrastructure.

The figure was high in Warsaw however the government has really tackled it and provides good first world healthcare which helps to stop the thread.
Novichok 4 | 7,924
9 Jun 2024 #41
I maybe wrong but doesn't Russia have the biggest AIDS/HIV problem in Europe

Russians have many freedoms. The list includes committing suicide by a faggot, needle, or bottle.
OP cms neuf 2 | 1,816
9 Jun 2024 #42
Ukraine continues to easily penetrate the North Nigerian air defenses

forbes.com/sites/davidaxe/2024/06/09/a-ukrainian-drone-strike-may-have-destroyed-a-russian-air-force-su-57-stealth-fighter/

I'm sure the North Nigerian Air Force top brass will be annoyed at Putin for weakening defense capability so much and for such an unnecessary conflict

A coup is brewing in Moscow
Novichok 4 | 7,924
9 Jun 2024 #43
Ukraine continues to easily penetrate the North Nigerian air defenses

Nigerians prefer penetrating their women.

Why is the Polish army not in Ukraine fighting for freedom and democracy? I forgot all the BS excuses...

A coup is brewing in Moscow

How long will it be brewing before it's ready?

In the meantime, let's listen to the best national anthem ever composed...


Korvinus 3 | 567
9 Jun 2024 #44
Nigerians prefer penetrating their women.

Nah, nigerians prefer penetrating their fellow soldiers.
gumishu 14 | 6,288
9 Jun 2024 #45
Why is the Polish army not in Ukraine fighting for freedom

Polish army sent most of its tanks and plenty of other weapons (including jet fighters IIRC) and loads of ammunition to Ukraine - also NATO would not take it kindly to Poland if Polish armed forces joined the fight (not to mention that the Polish public would not like it)
Novichok 4 | 7,924
9 Jun 2024 #46
also NATO would not take it kindly to Poland

Poland is a free and sovereign country and can do what's best for Poland.

The Russian army is tired, depleted, demoralized, on its last legs, and out of ammo. A dead man walking...Poland and the Baltics alone should be able to send a chill down Putin's spine and force him to return CDL to Ukraine.

So what's up with that nonsense of just watching men die? I was told Poles are heroes and hate Russia. What an oppo to get even...
pawian 224 | 24,500
9 Jun 2024 #47
A dead man walking

Not one. Thousands of them. When they bite, you turn into a zombie, too! That is why you haven`t decided to emigrate to Russia which you love so much!
gumishu 14 | 6,288
9 Jun 2024 #48
I was told Poles are heroes and hate Russia

Russia has nuclear weapons (it even recently shared some with Belarus) - how about that?
Korvinus 3 | 567
9 Jun 2024 #49
I was told Poles are heroes and hate Russia.

cat
Crow 160 | 9,235
9 Jun 2024 #50
MUST SEE - In English

Weltwoche Tv - Interview of Serbian president Vucic, among else, about Ukraine >

From start on Ukraine


Ironside 50 | 12,467
9 Jun 2024 #51
but we do not claim that those were a significant sacrifice.

It was, not only tanks when there but also other weapons. Including top-notch modern ones.
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Poland did ask f

Key word 'ask' Poland can ask as much as it wants but should be receive anything? I doubt it.
You on the other hand are like your government likes to take credit for what you promised not for what you delivered.
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Crow 160 | 9,235
9 Jun 2024 #52
@Ironside

I would like you to see that interview of Vucic, above

I warmly suggest it to all my brothers here
Torq 7 | 978
9 Jun 2024 #53
interview of Vucic

He sounds reasonably, condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine but also sees that the matter is more complicated than just Putin going on an imperial rampage.

Serbia is lucky to have him as President, and Tusk likes him too. :)
Crow 160 | 9,235
9 Jun 2024 #54
@Torq

Glad to me you sow the interview. Worth looking. Rarity among today's European leaders. Objectively speaking. You sow what he said about access to information and worlds TV`s in Serbia? Yes. Serbs have information from all sided of the world.

Serbia is lucky to have him as President, and Tusk likes him too. :)

Good connection. Tusk will surprise many. I believe
jon357 74 | 22,730
10 Jun 2024 #55
Ukraine continues to easily penetrate the North Nigerian air defenses

Not only an orc 'stealth' fighter (which are apparently useless) but also a naval landing ship, hopefully with plenty of orcs taken out of action.
Torq 7 | 978
10 Jun 2024 #56
orc 'stealth' fighter

hopefully with plenty of orcs

You repeat yourself, Jon. You already mentioned it yesterday in the EU Parliament elections thread and I already reprimanded you for your son-of-a-britness. Let's not go through the same conversation again. ;)
jon357 74 | 22,730
10 Jun 2024 #57
You repeat yourself

Deliberately. It's very good news and this is the appropriate thread for it.

son-of-a-britness

A compliment.

Don't you think it's a very good thing when Ukraine do well against the enemy?

Some more good news too with successful strikes against the orcs in Belgorod.
jon357 74 | 22,730
10 Jun 2024 #58
More good news.

President Zelensky in his regular talks to the people of Ukraine has pointed out that the 'great' r*SSian offensive to take Kharkiv etc started a month ago today. It managed to take, wait for it, 6 miles of land. And did so at the cost of over 20,000 orcs and billions of pounds/dollars/euros of equipment.
OP cms neuf 2 | 1,816
10 Jun 2024 #59
It was a turning point in the war - finally got a few western politicians to untie Ukraine's hands and allow them to strike military targets in North Nigeria

I heard they did not want to use those SU57 bombers in Ukraine because they were afraid of reputational damage - but the military's reputation is already lower than after the Russo Japanese war and those planes are sitting ducks on the runway
PolAmKrakow 3 | 829
10 Jun 2024 #60
Hitting a plane with a drone while its parked is not shooting it out of the sky. A tug boat is not a battleship. No one has reported yet on how Ukraine is going to fix their shortage of manpower. In fact more reports are being made about how short Ukraine is of men to actually make a move. Small victories are not winning a war for either side. But Ukraine is not moving Russia back at all, so how is that fixed?


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