Ukraine

Discussion in 'Warbirds General Discussion' started by vasco, Feb 21, 2022.

  1. -frog-

    -frog- Well-Known Member

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    These were staged.
    And these two guys were Banderlogs!
    They were enemies, who refused to surrender their cigarettes and vodka to the representatives of the allmighty katsap empire - a crime with just a single punishment - death!
     
  2. miixch

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    ... or CGI obviously
     
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  3. vasco

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    What nazi propaganda?
    What officials?

    The image was showing the similarity between the swastika and the Russian fascist Z sign, between Hitler's and Putin's actions.
    I think it was that that bothered you, fucking fascist.
     
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  4. -frog-

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    There were people sent to labour camps for holding "invisible banners" in Moscow... so they are shitting their pants for fear they might be prosecuted.

    You know, freedom of speech, the Russian version thereof
    So much for statements of mcgru and rgreat, about the great and borderless freedom of speech in ruSSia - they've shitted their pants (and that with a reason).
     
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    Не могу пройти мимо. Прекрасный тост (с) "Служебный роман" пост. И просто образцовый эпизод подмены понятий.
    Эти мудаки до сих пор не понимают, что фашизм - политика ЕС под дудку США в отношении России, Китая, стран Азии, Африки и Ю.Америки.
     
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  6. rgreat

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    Не трать свое время на идиотов.
     
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  7. -frog-

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    You're right.
    Won't address you anymore :)
     
  8. Archer

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    Robots. Matching pattern - blocked site.
     
  9. -frog-

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    All hail the allmighty katsap mongol empire!
    Hail! Hail! Hail Putin!
    You can't block a site in Poland.
    Not even with a court order!

    But we don't have Ruskomnadzor :)

    Instead we've got freedom of speech :)
     
  10. Archer

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    It's possible in Czechia. Even without a court order. They did it with ~20 sites of "russian propaganda". Pandora's box is open...
     
  11. -frog-

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    Bullshit.
    It's not the Czech regulations that you fear, but the Ruskomnadzor.
    So stop this deception.
    You fear ruSSian authorities, not the Bohemian ones.
     
  12. Archer

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    When did I say about fear of Czechia authorities? It was just about your freedom of speech. Bullshit. There is no freedom in EU...

    But it's possible of triggering RKN bots. It's not fear... just uncomfortable browsing from RU.
    It's easy to unblock by communicating with them, but I'm too lazy...

    So, you are free to speak or post images here, I don't care. Until it triggered some authorities (Russian, Czech, Martian, etc.). Ok?
     
  13. -frog-

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    "Until it triggered" ... nice.
    There was much talk about Polish edition of "Mein Kampf", which was published 2 or 3 years ago.
    There was a widespread discussion here, as to the limits of freedom of speech and academic discourse (Mein Kampf was published with a commentary, just to make it "legit" [our Constitution and Criminal Code prohibit the popularization of Nazi and Communist regimes]).
    The final comment in the said discussion came from the market.
    The publishing house printed a 50k run.
    They've sold some 2k copies, almost going bankrupt :)

    I guess you can't publish "Mein Kampf" in ruSSia... too many fascists there...
    You can do that here... but better watch your pockets if you dare.
     
  14. vasco

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    Try going back to Russia and holding a blank sheet of paper in a public square.
    LOL

    You might try to talk Uncles into it if you don't have the balls.
     
  15. mcgru-

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    ... or a theater, more obviously

    Отправлено с моего M2004J19C через Tapatalk
     
  16. vasco

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    That's a smart reaction.

    A Russian institute for political studies (apologies for not remembering the name of this important body) quoted the film "Wag the Dog" when providing arguments for Russia's actions.
     
  17. Archer

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    You have a problem with logic. Russia is Russia, EU is EU.
     
  19. vasco

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    Again this "logic"...

    So what you're saying is that in the EU it's reasonable to expect freedom of speech, although there's is none (according to you).
    While in Russia it's not even reasonable to expect freedom of speech (although Russia constantly blames other countries of being against the freedom of speech).

    Did I get it right this time?

    This is material for a Radio Yerevan joke. If only I were more skillful.
     
  20. -frog-

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    "Logic"

    Imagine that - your neighbour "A" is a burglar and thief.
    He just raped and robbed your next door neighbour (B), and gets without punishment, because the authorities are to weak to do something about it.
    Now you've decided to buy better door locks, and a CCTV system.
    The neighbour is outraged, stating that it feels threatened by you!

    Seems idiotic?
    Replace "You" with Finland, "A" with ruSSia, and "B" with Ukraine.
    Door lock and security camera with NATO.

    That's ruSSian logic :)
     
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