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The problem is that the West is ruled by Satanic US Khazarian globalists. History teaches us that at the end Russia will defeat hysterical Anglo-Khazarian Satan. Thank you on behalf of many sane-minded common sense thinking people around the world for standing up for your people and not bowing to the insanity that has overtaken the West.
The end result is what counts.

 

 

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2 hours ago, athos said:

 

The problem is that the West is ruled by Satanic US Khazarian globalists. History teaches us that at the end Russia will defeat hysterical Anglo-Khazarian Satan. Thank you on behalf of many sane-minded common sense thinking people around the world for standing up for your people and not bowing to the insanity that has overtaken the West.
The end result is what counts.

 

 

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Were Jesus and Mary looking down when Putin had all those people thrown out of high rise windows, can you answer that?

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The World Putin Wants

How Distortions About the Past Feed Delusions About the Future

By Fiona Hill and Angela Stent

September/October 2022
 

He laid out this mission in a 5,000-word treatise, published in July 2021, entitled, “On the Historical Unity of Russians and Ukrainians.” In it, Putin insisted that Belarusians, Russians, and Ukrainians are all descendants of the Rus, an ancient people who settled the lands between the Black and Baltic Seas. He asserted that they are bound together by a common territory and languageand the Orthodox Christian faith. In his version of history, Ukraine has never been sovereign, except for a few historical interludes when it tried—and failed—to become an independent state. Putin wrote that “Russia was robbed” of core territory when the Bolsheviks created the Soviet Union in 1922 and established a Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. In his telling, since the Soviet collapse, the West has used Ukraine as a platform to threaten Russia, and it has supported the rise of “neo-Nazis” there. Putin’s essay, which every soldier sent to Ukraine is supposed to carry, ends by asserting that Ukraine can only be sovereign in partnership with Russia. “We are one people,” Putin declares.

This treatise, and similar public statements, make clear that Putin wants a world whereRussia presides over a new Slavic unioncomposed of Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, andperhaps the northern part of Kazakhstan (which is heavily Slavic)—and where all the other post-Soviet states recognize Russia’s suzerainty. He also wants the West and the global South to accept Russia’s predominant regional role in Eurasia. This is more than a sphere of influence; it is a sphere of control, with a mixture of outright territorial reintegration of some places and dominance in the security, political, and economic spheres of others.

 

The Russian president has made it clear that his country is a revisionist power. In a March 2014 speech marking Crimea’s annexation, Putin put the West on notice that Russia was on the offensive in staking out its regional claims. To make this task easier, Putin later took steps that he believed would sanction-proof the Russian economy by reducing its exposure to the United States and Europe, including pushing for the domestic production of critical goods. He stepped up repression, conducting targeted assassinations and imprisoning opponents. He carried out disinformation operations and engaged in efforts to bribe and blackmail politiciansabroad. Putin has constantly adapted his tactics to mitigate Western responses—to the point that on the eve of his invasion, as Russian troops massed on Ukraine’s borders, he bragged to some European interlocutors that he had “bought the West.” There was nothing, he thought, that the United States or Europe could do to constrain him.

https://www.foreignaffairs.com/russian-federation/world-putin-wants-fiona-hill-angela-stent?utm_medium=newsletters&utm_source=fabackstory&utm_content=20221002&utm_campaign=FA+Backstory_100222_The+Backstory:+Putin’s+Bad+History&utm_term=fa-backstory-2019

 

 

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On 10/3/2022 at 3:40 PM, DogOnPorch said:

 

Yes...really.

As I understand it, the Russians inside Ukrainian borders have similar complaints re: their treatment at the hands of the Ukraine Army since the war's actual start years ago. Thus they want to be part of Russia.

They'll all figure it out if we let them. Less casualties if they do it. But NATO has their bio-lab interests not to mention all the money laundering via the corrupt Ukrainian government...so it's tough seeing them letting go. In for a penny...in for a pound as they say.

Danielle Smith, is that you???

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On 10/15/2022 at 8:51 PM, Aristides said:

Not a huge fan of Elon but he realizes this is the right thing to do in spite of the cost. Koodo's to him.

It's invaluable advertising for SpaceX.  His little fuss was all about making sure everyone knew about his contributions.  

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Apparently Ukraine(actually Americans, Polish, Chechens and assorted mercenaries) are preparing a major counter offensive on one of the regions Russia took control of.  
Just a thought, there wouldn’t be an election coming up somewhere would there?  Say the USA, where Biden just released millions of barrels of oil from the strategic reserve to bring down the price of gas?  
 

These people are so transparent…

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Russia is warning that Ukraine has a “dirty nuclear bomb” that they plan to use inside of Ukraine in order to blame it on Russia, therefore labeling Russia as a nuclear terrorist. This is known as a false flag attack or false flag operation, using something false in order to launch the total weight of NATO forces. 

Western leaders and media blamed the dirty bomb on Russia. 

But here’s one thing they all seem to agree on: a dirty nuclear bomb hanging out in Ukraine. So maybe they should do something to stop it? 

Russia told the U.N. about it yesterday and is calling on the International Atomic Energy Agency to investigate. And what is the international response to this? Not much. 

The U.S. says that they reject this statement and will continue to support Ukraine. 

Russia also warned officials from Turkey, the UK and France about this issue but none of them responded seriously.

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Hmmm...Ukraine apparently has a "dirty nuke".

Anyone else figure now might be a good time to negotiate peace?

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41 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

Hmmm...Ukraine apparently has a "dirty nuke".

Anyone else figure now might be a good time to negotiate peace?

Why are you asking us? 

Should Russia be allowed to keep illegally annexed territory because they have Nukes. Tough precedent to set. 

Should North Korea be able to annex South Korea because no one wants Nuclear conflict? 

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34 minutes ago, Boges said:

Why are you asking us? 

Should Russia be allowed to keep illegally annexed territory because they have Nukes. Tough precedent to set. 

Should North Korea be able to annex South Korea because no one wants Nuclear conflict? 

1. Silly question.

2. Should the residents of an area be allowed to leave a country by referendum? Should NATO be responsible for arming a nation they've already rejected as a member?

3. Shouldn't South Korea develop nukes if they feel threatened?

America and NATO have been playing global cops. They've done a shitty job of that.

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10 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

2. Should the residents of an area be allowed to leave a country by referendum? Should NATO be responsible for arming a nation they've already rejected as a member?

If it's in the interest of NATO to see them retain their independence, SURE. See how the 101st is training in Romania. Also a former Soviet nation. Think Putin will stop at Ukraine? 

Also, it's laughable you think the Referendum is legit. Even if it was a legit honest vote. The people who lived their pre-invasion have fled for their lives. 

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3. Shouldn't South Korea develop nukes if they feel threatened?

The Korean War never ended. And the US certainly has a stake in keeping South Korea safe from North Korea. 

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America and NATO have been playing global cops. They've done a shitty job of that.

Global? This is a European conflict. I would suggest most of Europe doesn't want another Soviet Union. 

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5 minutes ago, Boges said:

If it's in the interest of NATO to see them retain their independence, SURE. See how the 101st is training in Romania. Also a former Soviet nation. Think Putin will stop at Ukraine? 

Also, it's laughable you think the Referendum is legit. Even if it was a legit honest vote. The people who lived their pre-invasion have fled for their lives. 

The Korean War never ended. And the US certainly has a stake in keeping South Korea safe from North Korea. 

Global? This is a European conflict. I would suggest most of Europe doesn't want another Soviet Union. 

In the interest of NATO? What the hell does NATO have to do with Ukraine? They already rejected them.

Its also rather undemocratic to insist a democratic tool such as a referendum...is illegitimate. Your position exemplifies your willingness to have selective principals.

The Korean war never ended? Someone should tell the Koreans. IOW...get real...

Has Russia said they are going to attack a NATO nation without provocation? No? Calm down then. Don't lob bombs into Russia. And with the annexation thing...that would mean no NATO nation should be doing anything inside those regions. And since NATO doesn't want Ukraine as a member state...that should be easy to accomplish.

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2 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

In the interest of NATO? What the hell does NATO have to do with Ukraine? They already rejected them.

Its also rather undemocratic to insist a democratic tool such as a referendum...is illegitimate. Your position exemplifies your willingness to have selective principals.

It's hard to believe you're not a Putin Jock-Sniffer when you actually think elections held in a war zone by gun point are legitimate. 

 

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The Korean war never ended? Someone should tell the Koreans. IOW...get real...

I'm shocked you're not aware that the Korean War was never formally ended. ?

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/why-korean-war-never-technically-ended

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But though it was dubbed the “forgotten war” in the United States due to the lack of attention it received during and after the conflict, the Korean War’s legacy is profound: Not only does it still shape geopolitical affairs—it technically never ended—but it also set a precedent for American presidents to wage wars without consent of Congress.

 

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Has Russia said they are going to attack a NATO nation without provocation? No? Calm down then. Don't lob ybombs into Russia. And with the annexation thing...that would mean no NATO nation should be doing anything inside those regions. And since NATO doesn't want Ukraine as a member state...that should be easy to accomplish.

It's tiring that you still think neighbouring nations should do nothing in the face of Russian aggression. No troops are fighting in Ukraine and Military Aid for an outcome that's in your interest is nothing new. 

See what Iran and Syria are doing for Russia, Are you cool with that? 

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