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  1. hugo baskervill

    hugo baskervill Well-Known Member

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    It would rather freeze the hell (and the whole of my coutry without gas) than we will reliefe our war effords and sanctions. This will be the long exhausting war, maybe ennding with nuclear winter, but the Russia must be defeated and every russian soldier within ukranian bordes should be dead or POW ;)
     
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  2. rgreat

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    Идиоты и самоубийцы. На словах.

    Правда когда дойдет до дела будут мочить штаны. Как обычно.
     
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    It is not nice to refer to your own armed forces like that.

    Still, I admire your realism in the face of defeat of ruSSian federation.

    Let's face the facts:
    "World's 2nd army" was halted. It still manages to advance several tens of metres a day in Donbas, but at a cost of real "meat grinder". But it had to retreat in the north, and now it is slowly forced to retreat in the south.
    "World's 2nd air force" does no longer dare to enter the Ukrainian airspace, leaving its ground troops without efficient air support, all they did for the past 2 months was launching some medium range missiles to kill some more civilians in uncoordinated attacks.

    Time to change your pants, they're wet.
     
  4. Archer

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    We are helping Czech Republic to stop selling all energy through Leipzig, and sell it to their own citizens.
    Let's say, after some more price raises, CEZ will be nationalized and keep energy for inside use only ;)
     
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    idiot)
    your sanctions now kill yours own businesses)
    all of russian have loolz how you shoot you in your feet)
    only complete debil can't count this.
    still watching your collapse, stupid europeans :@popcorn:
     
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  7. hugo baskervill

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    Sanctions hurt both sides. In total ammount of money states of EU will pay more than RF, anyway as the portion of economy the RF will suffer more.
     
  8. vasco

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    You'll have to eat a lot of popcorn.
    And it's not the best diet.
     
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    400k employees in automotive manufacturing in Russia are on paid, forced leaves.
    The industry employs more than 4 million in total (including cooperating plants).
    And it went bust.
    The entire branch of industry.

    No need to buy popcorn to wait till it happens.
    It already happened.

    There are some news of a new offensive near Kherson.
    Fingers crossed.
    Hitler occupied Kherson for 30 months, let's hope Putler won't reach 7.
     
  10. Archer

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    A drawing by Andrzej Mleczko.
    Apart from the diminutive meaning it also has a different one.
    Polish commanders like Pułaski or Kościuszko fought in the American Revolutionary War, contributing to the creation of U.S.
    Apart from the above we actually do, as the U.S. and UK do. Poland's the third supplier of military aid to Ukraine in terms of its total value.
     
  12. vasco

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    Now the price cap on russian oil is going to be interesting.
     
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    :@popcorn:

    You will not get direct supply of our oil. That's all.
     
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    Whoever buys, transports, stores, insures russian oil at a higher price gets sanctioned by G7. I wonder who would toy with such a serious thing.
     
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    That's will be mainly G7 and their lackeys problem.
    And it already is.
     
  16. vasco

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    How is that G7's problem?
     
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    You've got lyrics in English below.
    Even the politics-distanced Polish punk scene reacts...
     
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