Ukraine

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  1. vasco

    vasco Well-Known Member

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    Hundreds of new Chechen recruits are being trained these day.
    Training topics include using tik tok.
     
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    Russians having fun while liberating Mariupol

     
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    There's one good word to described it: "СВО́ЛОЧЬ"
    It' so untranslatable that the Polish version thereof is "Swołocz" (i.e. the transcribed version of the Russian word).
     
  5. vasco

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    They're leaving quite a mark on this world. Their material - civilian lives and homes.

    Back in Russia, people are condemned for protesting against war even in most sublimated ways.
    In Ukraine, Russian war crimes are just fine.
     
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    Seems that the car they've run over had a "Taxi" sign on top of it.
    It was not just a piece of metal for getting your ass from A to B, but a workplace, something used to earn one's living.
    That's cruel.
    Inhumane.
    No fucking military guy would drive a taxi.
    They destroyed it for the fun of destroying it (and loosing a barrel of fuel in the process).

    Sick perverts.
    War criminals.
     
  7. vasco

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    The thread is now a bore.
    I miss the putinists' energy.
    I wonder what happened.
     
  8. vasco

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    Check out Eurovision (I know, I know... :D )
    The First two, by public votes, are Ukraine (Slava!) and Moldova.
    Funny thing is both are having messages about trauma from Russian imperialism.
     
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    Russia do not even watch your LGBTVision anymore.
    Not a bit of interest.
     
  10. vasco

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    I know that's supposed to be an insult, but it misses.

    Now, on promiscuity:
    Putin dumped his family for a young chick, not out of love, but out of power - he felt fulfilled getting anyone he wanted.
    Then how about his decisions regarding you, his subjects?
    Do you think he cares about you?
     
  11. vasco

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    You better keep any old video tapes with Eurovision, you never know. :D
     
  12. vasco

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    Anyway, I'll be waiting for the Russian film on Siverskyi Donets attempted crossing.

    A squad of 16 Spetsnaz boys who cross the river at night and heroically fight and destroy an entire NATO brigade.
    All of them die in battle, of course ( Z! :rose: ).
    But, in the morning, sun rising behind them, the Russian army safely crosses the river and liberates Ukraine.
     
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    Nah - they will film another version of Rambo... working title "Katsap liberator".
    Ivan Rambovsky has a "Geroy" medal for raping 10 Ukrainian women, liberating 20 washing machines (an an Apple IPhone) and shooting two elderly guys in the back.
    But he lost both of his legs in an Ukrainian artillery barrage, and has nothing to live on, as the authorities only gave him 2-months of groceries as a "thank you" gift.
    He starts a conflict with one of the officers of local Militia, who demanded a bribe of 100 dollars, and 5 litres of moonshine not to arrest him for "illegal sales" of parsley (cultivated in his allotment garden just to "make ends meet").

    This is also the part of "Rambo" in which Ivan Rambovsky dies.
    He kills the evil Lt. of the local Militia, gets his state pension at last.
    But dies trying to survive on that state pension.
     
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    That's art house social realism.
    I'm more into basic heroics.
     
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    Then the 9th Company is a "must watch" for you :)

    When watching you must bear in mind, that during their intervention in Afghanistan (katsaps never wage wars - these are always "special operations", or "interventions") katsaps lost 9000 people in combat, during the entire 9 years of their "intervention". That's less than 1/3rd of what they've lost during less than 3 months of their "special military operation" in Ukraine.

    Soviet gang reality of 1990s and early 2000s was dominated by "Afghans", i.e. veterans of that brutal war, who then served as "soldiers" in the gangs.

    Now imagine, where the unwanted veterans of this war will go, once the ruSScist economy goes from bust to nil.
     
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    Actually Yes. There is a law that punishes supporting illegal activities, crimes and extremism.

    It was designed to disable neo-nazi and extreme islamic websites. If You openly support for example islamic state or nacism, your website could be disabled.

    Czech law recognizes Russian invasion as an act of crime and international aggresion, supporting Russian special operation is now equal as supporting holocaust or nacism. You will face the same consequences when You draw white "Z" equally as You draw svastika. These crimes are now recognized the same.

    So now, Russian invasion, islamic terrorism and neo-nacism are in the same bucket in my country.
     
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    Soon we will no longer be allowed to mock the ruSScist forces.
    They're so retarded, that they will deserve protection.

    So - as long as we can - let us celebrate their huge success crossing the Siverskyi Donets, which (most likely) rendered their whole army incapable of any action.
     
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    Knock, knock!
    Some Russians are beginning to realize what shit they've immersed themselves in:
     
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    Russians, you really need to have a chat with Putin.