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80 years to the Battle of Moscow!!!


Novichok 3 | 7,111
24 Jan 2022 #121
In general Slavic people get well along with Baltic people,

Getting along is the lowest form of co-existence. I get along with Asians but don't want to be anywhere near them.
Living with like-minded people of the same race and religion is the highest and that is why power-craving multicultural globalists are against it.
Alien 8 | 1,270
24 Jan 2022 #122
@Bratwurst Boy
Golden Girls😍😛🤫
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
24 Jan 2022 #123
If you saw her you would be against.

Physical attractiveness is not the only important issue. In the sense of general culture and behavior I feel more organic together with Western rather than Eastern Europeans. And possibility to live and work in Germany...

contaminate the good ones like Hungary, Poland, and Russia with the wokeness and leftism of the decadent Western girly men

I don't affraid of passive homosexuals. The active and violent are more of concern. But I'm not sure they look girly.
Novichok 3 | 7,111
24 Jan 2022 #124
And possibility to live and work in Germany...

Again, you are talking about the lowest form of existence - bed, desk, and couch. The beauty of living in the US is that after a while you feel you are one of them - down to the idioms, slang, politics, and jokes.
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
24 Jan 2022 #125
I feel that in Canada manufacturing is stagnating. Possibly in Germany it should be at least slightly better...
Miloslaw 14 | 4,389
24 Jan 2022 #126
I get along with Asians but don't want to be anywhere near them.

Why not?
The American Asians are.chimese type people.
In the UK Asians are from India, Pakistan, Bangla.Desh, Nepal.and Sri Lanka.
Novichok 3 | 7,111
24 Jan 2022 #127
Why not?

I could give you many reasons. The short answer: For exactly the same reasons why they do not want to be near whites other than to make a buck.
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #128
Quite interesting, what were purely material and financial looses of USSR in WWII in current USD? At least over 10 trillions? Or even higher? Buy the way, neither Western Germany or Italy paid even a cent of reparations to USSR ever. I'm not sure about Japan. Now some Ukrainans work in Germany illigaly in conditions which aren't much different from 1941-1945 when they had been forced to work there. 10-12 hrs. working day, etc. Is there any justice in this world? Europe devided on uberhumans and underhumans again...
Novichok 3 | 7,111
26 Jan 2022 #129
At least over 10 trillions?

Forget the money for a moment. Count the dead and you (editorial) better understand why Russia acts the way it does and the USSR used to.

For the record and without any apologies, I watch the May 9 celebrations in Moscow every year. I am not alone in the way I feel about them and anything involving Russia if you look at the comments. Haven't seen one negative. I wonder how many Russians are there on that day.

I regret that the US does not take part anymore. It was so cool to see an American flag at the Red Square.

So many Americans lived because so many Soviet soldiers died.
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #130
I regret that the US does not take part anymore.

Are you a native white American? Russians have what to celebrate. If they would be conquered and US wouldn't drop the bomb on Berlin, they all would be dead by now.

history.com/this-day-in-history/german-generals-diary-reveals-hitlers-plans-for-russia
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #131
Buy the way, neither Western Germany or Italy paid even a cent of reparations to USSR ever.

East Germany paid for the West....

Now some Ukrainans work in Germany illigaly in conditions which aren't much different from 1941-1945

You have to wonder why they keep coming....

I watch the May 9 celebrations in Moscow every year.

Once the old geezers who have really take part innit are all dead they should stop it.....it feels more and more as if younger losers want to use the achievement of their olders for their own gains...try to walk in boots much to big for them...it gets embarrassing!
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #132
East Germany paid for the West....

How much? And what % of total USSR losses was it?
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #133
The USSR used that victory to occupy and bleed out half of Europe for 40 years, can we offset that?
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #134
The USSR used that victory to occupy and bleed half of Europe

But not as much bleed as is at was bleeding itself during WWII. Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria were official allies of Hitler. Many Czecs (so not all of them), willingly cooperated with Germany and gladly produced a lot of tanks for them. USSR didn't use Eastern Europe to rob them. Instead it was more or less equal economic exange. But those are things of the past. I wonder why Germany don't want to take responsibility for Ukraine and don't want to join it to Germany. Don't they need qualified workers? Would be good compensation for Ukrainian losses during WWII.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #135
USSR didn't use Eastern Europe to rob them.

Sure it did, what else was that russian Union good for than for Moscow oppress and bleed out it's forced minions...

I wonder why Germany don't want to take responsibility for Ukraine and don't want to join it to Germany.

WTF???
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #136
Sure it did, what else was that russian Union good for...

Soviet petroleum and natural gas were routinely transferred within Comecon at below-market rates.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comecon#Oil_transfers
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #137
So they build and used their absolute monopoly, killing all possible opposition to sell their stuff without rivals....and the "buyers" had no say innit, no choice....THAT'S what exactly what it was, Vlad!
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #138
THAT'S what exactly what it was, Vlad!

Are you profficient in economy to make such claims? Could you provide me some citation from reliable sources which clearly shows it was anything, but one-side robbing? From what I've read USSR invested many billions of USD in Eastern Europe to build factories, power plants and other objects there. Sometimes free of cost! Someone could argue that without USSR it would be better, but this is an arguable field... In any case... Modern Ukraine is not a juridical successor of USSR and it received zero compensation... I think unification of Germany and Ukraine in one state could be a justfull compensation...
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #139
Could you provide me some citation from reliable sources which clearly shows it was anything, but one-side robbing?

Growing up in the GDR and having daily the look into the West-Berlin, free of such comradely/socialist/soviet "help"?

Would that count?

I think unification of Germany and Ukraine in one state could be a justfull compensation...

Why is it so hard for you to accept the Ukrainians as a fully independent people, with full rights to an independent state....not being juggled between Russia and Germany?
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #140
Growing up in the GDR and having daily the look into the West-Berlin, free of such comradely help?

Do you believe only USSR carries responsibility for this and not your Honecker?
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #141
Without the USSR there wouldn't have been a GDR or a Honecker....
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #142
But USSR didn't dictate to GDR what path to choose completely. For example, are you sure it was USSR who demanded to prohibit cooperatives in GDR?
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #143
Sure it did....all of the GDR was made with the look firmly into Moscow's direction. Nothing happend without russian nod and approval!

Even 1989 East-Berlin asked for russian troops to help to destroy the growing resistance, as they always have dutifully done during the last 40 years....without that change in Moscow in the person of Gorbatschow the GDR would still exist behind walls!
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #144
Why is it so hard for you to accept the Ukrainians as a fully independent people, with full rights to an independent state.

How a country could be trully independent if it is not independent economically? It is a mirage... Ukraine is not and will not be in the foreseeable future.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #145
How a country could be trully independent if it is not independent economically?

In regard to german energy dependence on Russia you could ask of Germany the same....and which country in Europe is economically fully independent?
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,430
26 Jan 2022 #146
From what I've read USSR invested many billions of USD in Eastern Europe to build factories

lol! Its must be soviet "sources".
Don't talk nosense, we have a russian troll to do that, that Novi-omicorn.
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #147
Don't talk nosense

No, this is qute reliable info. USSR spent many billions of dollars either in form of loans (cancelled later) or direct aid to help friendly regimes build socialism. Immense funds were used. Not only in Europe, but trougout entire World. Cuba, Syria, Egypt, Vietnam, North Korea. Dozens of countries. Only in Hungary it built several huge factories and powerplants free of cost basically.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #148
No, this is qute reliable info.

Do you have a link to that?
OP Vlad1234 18 | 1,203
26 Jan 2022 #149
It would be difficult to find in non-Russian info sources, but in former USSR it is well-known as a matter of fact and this is not a propaganda.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 12,873
26 Jan 2022 #150
Don't you think that should be an also well known fact in those countries who profited from that generosity?


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