1. #25701
    Quote Originally Posted by zealo View Post
    He's just another tankie upset people aren't showing respect for people that made a choice to go along with Russian imperialism and ending up face down in the dirt from it.

    Russians being so servile to the crap of their government is how we got here in the first place.
    I guess you would be as servile if you were raised in such a system. Russians has never know democracy or freedom of speech or all those things we get to have in the "West".

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    Can we just ignore the Russian Apologist Specialka and stay on topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    And those who sent them to die are not the ones doing the dying. Again, not what I said or implied.
    So what point were you trying to make then?

    War is ugly and people die, don't be naive people celebrate enemy losses especially when its the instigator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iliena View Post
    So what point were you trying to make then?

    War is ugly and people die, don't be naive people celebrate enemy losses especially when its the instigator.
    When did I say I was naive about that ? If I interjected, that is precisely because of that. Celebrating an enemy death, especially by someone who is not even on the battlefield is a low bar for humanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    When did I say I was naive about that ? If I interjected, that is precisely because of that. Celebrating an enemy death, especially by someone who is not even on the battlefield is a low bar for humanity.
    Get off your high horse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    Bold word coming from behind your computer, armchair warrior.
    I signed and served a long time ago. You're still wrong, and your moral parading is hilariously ignorant. Step down, keyboard warrior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    When did I say I was naive about that ? If I interjected, that is precisely because of that. Celebrating an enemy death, especially by someone who is not even on the battlefield is a low bar for humanity.
    No it isn't and I will point out your also not of the battlefield so why is your point anymore valid?

    You don't appear to have (or care) about the implications to what would happen if Putin is allowed to achieve his goals, Putin invading was a low point for humanity, the support the west has given Ukraine is a high point.

    Russian soldiers are the tools being used to attempt to invade a neighbouring nation for bullshit reasons to remove the "Nazi's!", when it is quite clearly empire building and attempting to get back to the glory days of the USSR! after all he has stated Ukraine is Russian property on TV, so nobody is crying for Putin's tools being destroyed and broken, every one dead is one closer to getting them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iliena View Post
    No it isn't and I will point out your also not of the battlefield so why is your point anymore valid?

    You don't appear to have (or care) about the implications to what would happen if Putin is allowed to achieve his goals, Putin invading was a low point for humanity, the support the west has given Ukraine is a high point.

    Russian soldiers are the tools being used to attempt to invade a neighbouring nation for bullshit reasons to remove the "Nazi's!", when it is quite clearly empire building and attempting to get back to the glory days of the USSR! after all he has stated Ukraine is Russian property on TV, so nobody is crying for Putin's tools being destroyed and broken, every one dead is one closer to getting them out.
    He does not want to go back to the USSR, but rather the Russian Empire as it existed well before the USSR. Just so you know (and how much you do not know anything about that conflict).

  10. #25710
    As Kyiv braces for a winter with allegedly no power, heat, or conventional water, could this be where Russia launches its most devastating counter attack to turn the tide?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YUPPIE View Post
    As Kyiv braces for a winter with allegedly no power, heat, or conventional water, could this be where Russia launches its most devastating counter attack to turn the tide?
    They have no means to do so. Their best soldiers are around Kherson and they are surrounded and are on the retreat.
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  12. #25712
    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    He does not want to go back to the USSR, but rather the Russian Empire as it existed well before the USSR. Just so you know (and how much you do not know anything about that conflict).
    Seeing I know nothing how about you educate me then?

    (Preferably with information and links from legitimate sources)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    He does not want to go back to the USSR, but rather the Russian Empire as it existed well before the USSR. Just so you know (and how much you do not know anything about that conflict).
    This isn't a rebuttal to anything the person said other than pointing out that Putin is even more delusional than most people think. Russia continues to chase past glories over and over, committing atrocities in the name of said glories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iliena View Post
    Seeing I know nothing how about you educate me then?

    (Preferably with information and links from legitimate sources)
    I invite you to listen to Alain Bauer, but the content will be in french.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    I invite you to listen to Alain Bauer, but the content will be in french.
    I asked for links.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
    I guess you would be as servile if you were raised in such a system. Russians has never know democracy or freedom of speech or all those things we get to have in the "West".
    Russia has literally been a democracy since 1993. Why would you lie about basic facts like this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Russia has literally been a democracy since 1993. Why would you lie about basic facts like this?
    Hey, they also have elections in North Korea, they definitively are a democracy !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Russia has literally been a democracy since 1993. Why would you lie about basic facts like this?
    Maybe between 1993 and 1999, but you can't honestly claim that russia has been a functional democracy in the last 20 years, come now.

  19. #25719
    Quote Originally Posted by Iphie View Post
    Maybe between 1993 and 1999, but you can't honestly claim that russia has been a functional democracy in the last 20 years, come now.
    And even during those time, Elstine was a known drunkard. And russians lost a lot of things due to USSR collapse. There was a lot of nostalgia.

  20. #25720
    Quote Originally Posted by Specialka View Post
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    Still waiting for link's for Alain Bauer in regard to Russia and Ukraine. If you don't provide any I will just assume you are full of shit.
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