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Barty 11:28 Thu Sep 28
The war in Ukraine
I miss the "is putin about to make a big mistake" thread

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Mike Oxsaw 3:59 Sat Apr 13
Re: The war in Ukraine
The totally honest and never tell porkies BBC are now saying that "Ukraine could face defeat in 2024. Here's how that might look"...

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-68778338

Is this actually allowed? Are good, honest licence payers not incensed beyond reason? Will they take to the streets of London, Ralph?

joyo 3:52 Sat Apr 13
Re: The war in Ukraine
Kremlin Zoso 9.52..you have given up with your diet as well haven't you slob

Hammer and Pickle 1:08 Sat Apr 13
Re: The war in Ukraine
What should be focusing the thing that might loosely be regarded as your awareness, Fat Ron, is that your care worker hasn’t given up on you. And you then need to combine that with working out there are no care workers for the miserable and useless old git in Russia and Ukraine while the difference between the two is Ukraine hasn’t given up on creating institutions that could provide care work for the likes of you and, in Russia, the “authorities” haven’t so much given up on you as found a way of taking advantage of making you even more of a miserable git.

Cheezey Bell-End 12:04 Sat Apr 13
Re: The war in Ukraine
They might say they want Russia to win to reduce civilian deaths, but it's a lie. They just want Russia to win and want to appear reasonable to influence others.
The Ukrainian people have a good idea what atrocities await and naturally aren't interested.

Kaiser Zoso 9:52 Sat Apr 13
Re: The war in Ukraine
Gave up half way through the first sentence. Got past ‘vibe’, as well.

riosleftsock 12:29 Sat Apr 13
Re: The war in Ukraine
I seen a peanut stand, heard a rubber band
I seen a needle that winked its eye
But I be done seen about everything
When I see a grown man use "vibe"
(What'd you say, boy?)
I said, When I see a grown man use "vibe"

I seen a front porch swing, heard a diamond ring
I seen a polka-dot railroad tie
But I be done seen about everything
When I see a grown man use "vibe"

I saw a clothes horse rear up and buck
And they tell me that a man made a vegetable truck
I didn't see that, I only heard
Just to be sociable, I'll take your word

I heard a fireside chat, I saw a baseball bat
And I just laughed till I thought I'd die
But I be done seen about everything
When I see a grown man use "vibe"

But I be done seen about everything
When I see a grown man use "vibe"
When I see a grown man use "vibe"

threesixty 2:22 Fri Apr 12
Re: The war in Ukraine
I think the vibe for opponents of this war (or rather Ukraine defending themselves from attack) is that they are avoiding civilian casualties by letting Russia take over the country. Also any extra defence by allies, either the Americans or Europeans will just increase Ukrainian casualties so the only solution is to let Russia have the country.

I think that’s pretty clearly the position of many people on this thread.

There is also the subplot of the fact that America/allies are sacrificing Ukrainian lives to attack Russia and that the interest of the Ukrainian people would be to let Russia control them and that most Ukrainians would rather Russia controlled them than die fighting them. Therefore Zelensky or anyone else that fights back against Russia is not doing the will of the people and even worse a crook only interested in war mongering for power or money.

None of the above logically makes sense to me because if you applied it to the UK, France, Holland in ww2 we’d all be speaking German right now!

As much as I hate war, (my family were refugees at one point) I’m very proud that we stood up to our oppressors. However, I’m also glad we surrendered when we knew no one would help us as I wouldn’t be here! So it’s a balancing act. It’s all about will your friends help you in need or will they judge that they know what’s good for you?

So it doesn’t sit right with me that when a country asks for assistance in fighting an oppressor we should abandon them because we deem their fight for existence an inconvenience. If they want to fight they should be helped. Maybe a referendum in their country is what’s needed to convince doubters in allied countries that they indeed want to pay this sacrifice? What will convince the doubters that Ukraine actually want to fight back at this point. It seems like nothing will. That’s the tragedy here.

Jaan Kenbrovin 12:58 Fri Apr 12
Re: The war in Ukraine
Mike Oxsaw 6:30 Fri Apr 12

joyo is either a very poor wind up, or an absolute moron. Either way he’s not worth replying to about anything ever on any subject.

Mike Oxsaw 6:30 Fri Apr 12
Re: The war in Ukraine
OK, so now we're not allowed to even acknowledge the existence of Russian tactical successes, confirmed by approved western MSM because that proves (PROVES) we want the Ukraine to lose?

Care to take me through that one as you would a seven year old child?

Lee Trundle 5:06 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
"Vladimir Putin is risking a revolt..."


hahaha

Hammer and Pickle 4:50 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Kharkiv is a city of 1.4 million and, while people’s homes, hospitals, schools and offices are being hit on a regular basis, claims it has been demolished are pure disinformation.

Meanwhile, it seems the Kremlin can’t even keep the pumps running let alone secure against acts of terror like the other week

https://www.gbnews.com/news/world/putin-russian-revolt-ukraine-drone-attacks-fuel-shortage

joyo 4:38 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Jaan Kremlin you must be so proud of your hero the war criminal Vladolf targeting civilian infrastructure and murdering hundreds of thousands of innocents

Jaan Kenbrovin 3:44 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Ukraine have virtually no air defense now. Russia have almost demolished both Kharkiv and Chasiv Yar, and the Trypilska Thermal Power Plant in Kiev was also destroyed last night after being hit with 6 hypersonic missiles.

Hammer and Pickle 3:14 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
PLETHORA OF REASONS

Least I got you posting like you can use the language

Lee Trundle 3:07 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
I think you're an idiot for a whole plethora of reasons, Hamas & Pickled.

I haven't come to that conclusion from your behaviour in this thread.

It just cements that opinion.

Hammer and Pickle 2:55 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Yet you’re claiming I’m an idiot for stating the obvious that if I don’t want the Kremlin to win, Ukraine has to.

Another obvious thing is you’re not only a moral disaster, Twundle. You’re a cognitive one as well.

Lee Trundle 2:36 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
I've never said wanted russia to win, Hamas & Pickled.

You're an idiot for even suggesting it.

goose 2:34 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Seeing as you took down your “I stand with Ukraine” filer I’m assuming you don’t want them to win anymore?

Hammer and Pickle 2:21 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Do you want the Kremlin to win, braincell?

only1billybonds 2:19 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
Fourpence, for years now you have counted everybody who doesn't agree with or want different things than you.

Ever thought that perhaps you are the problem here?

Hammer and Pickle 2:13 Thu Apr 11
Re: The war in Ukraine
All you need to know, Twundle, is you are either a Kremlin stooge or a proper idiot if you are in the UK and you want the Kremlin to win.

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