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22 minutes ago, throbber said:

It’s now at a point where we have no option but to bomb the Kremlin.

I will bow to @Detournement  's superior knowledge as to how this was the plan all along & it is all the West's fault because NWO & Chemtrails etc.

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6 hours ago, throbber said:

U.K. would have won last night if it wasn’t for this war.

Clearly, we are the real victims in all of this.

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10 hours ago, Mr Waldo said:

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Interesting disparity in the death rates in the North Caucausas - Dagestan and North Ossetia have some of the worst rates, Ingushetia also pretty bad but Chechnya is one of the lowest.

I guess there will be an issue with identifying deaths from Chechen units, it depends how they are gathering their information.  Chechen units are normally technically under the command of the Russian national guard but in reality they are controlled directly by Kadyrov, same with the GRU and FSB units based out of Chechnya.  So deaths among those units might be lower than thought.  Or the reputation of the Chechens as messing about for TikTok and staying away from the front lines could be accurate.

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On 14/05/2022 at 11:07, LongTimeLurker said:

Probably but not good from a radar evasion standpoint if it does as I am sure you are well aware my Airdire supporting friend. The outer edge of the claimed range means that anything coming out of Sebastopol should be in range from Odesa if somebody with access to a military satellite passes along the coordinates to target. No idea how good Russian missile defences would be against this but it appears to be the best that the Israelis have so maybe they are hoping to boost weapons sales by having the Ukrainians do another Moskva but with their system this time. Israel has to worry about what Russia will give the Syrians so this is a surprising development.

 

If it's anything like the stuff they've been using themselves the Syrians will maybe say "No, thanks".

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12 hours ago, ICTChris said:

Border reinstated 

 

There's been a notable absence on this thread from some of the posters who at the start were simping for Putin. Realpolitik meant the Ukraine just had to give up it's territory for big bad Russia...

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On 13/05/2022 at 17:43, Detournement said:

Erdogan will name a price. The man is a natural born gangster. 

The retaliation to Finland and Sweden joining will be Russian nuclear weapons in the Baltic and Kaliningrad. Great for America, shite for Europe. 

 

Europe being more serious about their own defence rather than piggybacking on American power is great for Europe. It's been a necessity for a while imo but unfortunately it's taken this war to get it going.

It's not 1995 any more and the US will be far more stretched over the coming decades. 

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1 minute ago, DMCs said:

Europe being more serious about their own defence rather than piggybacking on American power is great for Europe. It's been a necessity for a while imo but unfortunately it's taken this war to get it going.

It's not 1995 any more and the US will be far more stretched over the coming decades. 

All that's going to happen is American troops and missiles in Sweden and Finland just like they are here. 

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1 minute ago, Detournement said:

All that's going to happen is American troops and missiles in Sweden and Finland just like they are here. 

But that isn't all that's happening is it? German economic power is now going to be translated into military power, more countries with proximity to Russia are going to be in NATO and we are seeing more of a diplomatic unity on security questions then we have for at least 30 years.

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8 minutes ago, DMCs said:

But that isn't all that's happening is it? German economic power is now going to be translated into military power, more countries with proximity to Russia are going to be in NATO and we are seeing more of a diplomatic unity on security questions then we have for at least 30 years.

Europe needs a strong Germany.

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