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The FSB used to have better trolling farms than 1 liners rants in the middle of night. I guess the economic effects are starting to show for the ex-KGB organization. 

Latest news via Institute for the Study of War:

- The Kremlin’s heavy-handed approach to partial mobilization may successfully meet the Kremlin’s internal quota of mobilized personnel, but is unlikely to generate effective soldiers and is prompting significant domestic backlash for little gain.

The Kremlin is openly not adhering to its promised conditions for partial mobilization.

Kremlin quotas will likely force local officials to mobilize men regardless of their military status and will likely incentivize the mobilization of ethnically non-Russian and immigrant communities at a disproportionate rate.

The Kremlin likely attempted to downplay a prisoner swap with Ukraine that is deeply unpopular among Russian nationalists and milbloggers by undertaking the swap the same day Putin announced partial mobilization.

IAEA negotiations around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant are unlikely to significantly improve the situation at the plant and may provide an opportunity for Russian forces to stage provocations.

Ukrainian forces likely continued limited counteroffensive operations along the Kharkiv-Luhansk Oblast border and continued attacks toward Lyman on September 22.

Ukrainian military officials maintained their operational silence regarding Ukrainian ground attacks in Kherson Oblast on September 22 and reiterated that Ukrainian forces are conducting an operational-level interdiction campaign in Kherson Oblast.

Russian forces conducted limited ground attacks along the frontlines in Donetsk Oblast on September 22.

Russian forces did not conduct any confirmed ground attacks west of Hulyaipole on September 22 and continued routine strikes throughout western Zaporizhia Oblast.

Russian occupation forces are hurriedly setting conditions to hold sham annexation referenda across occupied Ukraine from September 23-27.

Russian officials created polling stations in parts of Russia, ostensibly to enable displaced (in many cases meaning kidnapped) Ukrainian residents of occupied territories to “vote.”

Russian occupation officials in Ukraine likely expect to be forced to provide personnel to meet Russian regional mobilization quotas after the Kremlin illegally annexes occupied Ukrainian territories.

https://www.understandingwar.org/backgrounder/russian-offensive-campaign-assessment-september-22

Meanwhile on Russian TV (subtitles at the bottom): 

@SecBlinken at the @UN Security Council: We see what that world looks like in the parts of Ukraine controlled by Russian forces. Wherever the Russian tide recedes, we discover the horror left in its wake. #UNGA
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20 hours ago, Boges said:

You forgot to say this Neville: 

I believe it is peace for our time. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Go home and get a nice quiet sleep.

 

Unless you're posting from a foxhole outside Kharkov, all you're doing is fanning the flames of war like a good little warmonger. You want war with Russia? Then you're bat sh!t crazy. But I see there are others like you that also want WAR. So bat sh!t crazy is contagious.

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9 minutes ago, DogOnPorch said:

Unless you're posting from a foxhole outside Kharkov, all you're doing is fanning the flames of war like a good little warmonger. You want war with Russia? Then you're bat sh!t crazy. But I see there are others like you that also want WAR. So bat sh!t crazy is contagious.

The War is not in Russia, it's in Ukraine. But now Putin is going to play Finder's Keeper's with occupied Ukrainian territory. Putin started this war because he was unable to control Ukraine like he could in Georgia and Belarus. 

Again Mr. Chamberlain, how much land is Putin allowed to Annex before the West should act? 

If Putin uses a tactical Nuke on Kyiv, are we not to judge? 

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5 hours ago, athos said:

 

Russia is fighting to save the free world from the Anglo-Khazarian globalist mafia as it did in WWII.

 

My understanding is the Russia and Ukraine were ready to sign a truce in April and then along comes Boris Johnson with NATO instructions to keep the war going...telling Zelensky not to agree to stop fighting.

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2 minutes ago, Boges said:

The War is not in Russia, it's in Ukraine. But now Putin is going to play Finder's Keeper's with occupied Ukrainian territory. Putin started this war because he was unable to control Ukraine like he could in Georgia and Belarus. 

Again Mr. Chamberlain, how much land is Putin allowed to Annex before the West should act? 

If Putin uses a tactical Nuke on Kyiv, are we not to judge? 

 

Yeah, squirm you dirty little warmonger.

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3 minutes ago, DogOnPorch said:

My understanding is the Russia and Ukraine were ready to sign a truce in April and then along comes Boris Johnson with NATO instructions to keep the war going...telling Zelensky not to agree to stop fighting.

Does your understanding happen to know what that truce would entail. 

Oh I forgot, Sealioning. 

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1 minute ago, DogOnPorch said:

You're just another dirty old warmonger keen to send young people to die.

No, that would be Putin. 

Have you checked how hard it is to get a flight from Moscow to Belgrade? Lousy Draft Dodgers? 

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Novel Strategy by Russia, I must say. 

Bomb out these Eastern Ukraine cities, force the residents to evacuate. And then stage an election in said empty cities. The people here Love Russia, This is Russian Territory. . . Stamped It!!!

Now move any further Ukrainian forces and we'll Nuke you! 

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There is some agitation happening in the Russian recruitment rooms: 

Sometimes is like I am travelling through a time machine. Even the clothes are Soviet era. 

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The United States is prepared to impose additional economic costs on Russia, along with American allies, if Moscow goes ahead with annexing portions of Ukrainian territory, the White House said.

British Defence Report

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While some Russians are fleeing, others are staying loyal to their Sheppard. 

and Iranian drone over Ukraine: 
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10 minutes ago, Contrarian said:

The United States is prepared to impose additional economic costs on Russia, along with American allies, if Moscow goes ahead with annexing portions of Ukrainian territory, the White House said.

While some Russians are fleeing, others are staying loyal to their Sheppard. 

 

 British Defense Report

 

 

and Iranian drone over Ukraine: 

 

Rose beerrrggg we know your tricks

 

 

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 Did your masters from Moscow sent you here to recruit from the troubled young men of Canada? 

In my opinion -> you are serving a system, in which you claim is fighting for "God" but the patriarch is a former KGB agent 😅 meaning he did everything opposite to your Christ's teachings. He informed on people which went to prison or worse. Just like people informed on your Christ. 

Did the handler showed you how to use a proxy server to use Vancouver as a city, to give you more legitimacy? 

To add a little bit of satire, that or you can't really adapt in Canada due to previous bottle issues, social issues from the Motherland and here you are raging daily about Anglo, Khazarian, etc. Social issues I mean by tribalism. 

Those groups built more things and achieved more things for humankind than the Russian collective ever did. The Russian collectiveness aside from knowing how to drink, what did it really left behind for people to use? 

I suggest if you are not a member of the FSB, and you are just a lost soul, to go there and feel good with your people. I think is less than 5 $ to build a flag. 

Any Russian democratic thinking is free to come here in my opinion. They should have an exchange program going. I would donate towards it. 

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22 minutes ago, Contrarian said:

 Did your masters from Moscow sent you here to recruit from the troubled young men of Canada? 

In my opinion -> you are serving a system, in which you claim is fighting for "God" but the patriarch is a former KGB agent 😅 meaning he did everything opposite to your Christ's teachings. He informed on people which went to prison or worse. Just like people informed on your Christ. 

Did the handler showed you how to use a proxy server to use Vancouver as a city, to give you more legitimacy? 

To add a little bit of satire, that or you can't really adapt in Canada due to previous bottle issues, social issues from the Motherland and here you are raging daily about Anglo, Khazarian, etc. Social issues I mean by tribalism. 

Those groups built more things and achieved more things for humankind than the Russian collective ever did. The Russian collectiveness aside from knowing how to drink, what did it really left behind for people to use? 

I suggest if you are not a member of the FSB, and you are just a lost soul, to go there and feel good with your people. I think is less than 5 $ to build a flag. 

Any Russian democratic thinking is free to come here in my opinion. They should have an exchange program going. I would donate towards it. 

How are your sugar daddies Soros and Bill Gates? Are you obedient to them?

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