A question for Russians/Ukrainians

Discussion in 'Off Topic International' started by Mcloud, May 26, 2022.

  1. Crimso

    Crimso Well-Known Member

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    That's what I am talking about. You decided that you are gods, and everything you talk is absolutely true. Aureole does not press your head?
    We have a lot of proofs of war crimes of Ukrainian military, their falsity and cowardiness. But you just call it "propaganda" and don't listen. Because you "know" that you a gods, have right to judge unknown people and only you know the true. And things that you "know" is not a propaganda.

    Alas, we do not think that you are gods, and see only people fooled by Ukrainian propaganda...
    Best you can reach is getting our mood slightly better, looking how funny you swears and getting hysterical...
     
  2. vasco

    vasco Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, ruSSia is land of truth. All listen.
     
  3. Crimso

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    Romania is a land of truth? Ukraine? USA is a land of truth? Antarctica is a land of truth?

    Please understand, world is not black and white.
     
  4. vasco

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    Of course we know that.
    But there are grades and extremes.
    And sometimes comparisons are dangerous: for example, compared to ruSSia, Romania is a paradise of honesty. But such a label would make us blind to our own govt's abuses.

    Anyway, nothing of this justifies your abominable aggression against Ukraine.
     
  5. Crimso

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    God mode on )))
    Not listening again ...
     
  6. vasco

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    I see this a lot in ruSSians.
    They seem to think that if the others would just "listen", they would "understand" that the attack on Ukraine is "good" and "legitimate".
    Brainwashed fucks.
     
  7. -frog-

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    @Crimso
    There are no other reasons for this war but the 2014 turn in Ukrainian politics.
    Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014 to support a pro-Russian dictator, who was overthrown, and in 2022 waged a full-scale war.

    Ukraine decided to leave your "sphere of influence".
    It had the right to do so.

    YOU HAD NO RIGHT TO INTERVENE (neither in 2014 nor in 2022).
    You granted Ukraine its lands in return for your atomic weapons Ukraine once handed back to you.

    You broke every single provision of that treaty.
    And you are going to pay for that. You're going to suck Chinese dicks from now on. Better improve your dental hygiene.

    This war marks the end of Russia, at least in its current form.
     
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  8. Crimso

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    This is a completely wrong view of the events, but I will not describe our version because you will not listen anyway.
     
  9. vasco

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    C'mon, we were just joking, Go on.
     
  10. vasco

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    Yesterday we had a little party with our neighbors, the three Ukrainian kids. The older one speaks some English and Romanian. The younger ones some Romanian. Me - rudiments of Russian. A lot of mimic is involved - like "No more food, thanks. I would like more cake, please". Still, communication is not easy - but it's fun.

    Then we played music together. Drums, recorders, voice. That was great. No more language barrier.
     
  11. -frog-

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    Romanians have it harder in relations with Ukrainians.
    My daughter has 4 Ukrainian kids in her class (used to be 7, but 2 returned to Ukraine, 1 migrated to Canada), they all speak Polish by now.
    Their parents find it harder, but they already mastered the "everyday basics".

    But it also depends on the region (and also on individual language skills of the person).
    Those who spoke Ukrainian and not Russian at home also find it a lot easier to learn Polish.
    I've got a friend, and she's from Luhansk. She left Ukraine back in 2014, and still has issues speaking Polish (although she uses it on everyday basis now - her work requires her to do so). She's 30 today, so a young person, who should find it easy to learn a new lingo, still her Polish is worse than that of the kids from my daughter's class.
    Her father was half Polish, half Russian, but they only spoke Russian at home (still her ancestry enabled her to use the "fast-track" to Polish citizenship).
     
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  12. vasco

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    Very cool.

    Check out this song and tell me where would you think the singer is from, by her accent?

    I kinda nailed it.
     
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  14. -frog-

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    This is so wrong mate!
    So fucking wrong!
    According to your propaganda we were the ones to freeze our asses off this winter!
     
  15. --am--

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    вы опыт перенимайте. Пригодится.
     
  16. vasco

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    --am-- 's excuse for having a small willy.
     
  17. --am--

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    Какие проблемы с польским языком? и так все понятно.