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  1. vasco

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    I wonder how's the Kaliningrad Oblast (named after Kalinin, who didn't even visit it - he died shortly after it was captured by uSSr) doing, following the transit embargo?
     
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    Lithuania should worry about that.
     
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    And that is because...?
    Lithuania did nothing. It simply imposed the sanctions UE already imposed on ruSSia - they had no other option.

    It's ruSSia that keeps shooting their own feet, blaming others for that.
     
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    We don't care.

    You act as enemy of Russia? It will be your problem.
     
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    So it is us being hostile?
    Not you?
    Your sense of humor is idiotic.
     
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    Humor? Where?

    You are on the brink of 3rd world war and stepping on accelerator.
     
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    Who's threatening with this war?
    Your dying leader is.

    You need to get isolated, cause sane cultures isolate pests.
    The sooner Russians get it, the better for them.
    We won't invade Russia, nor will Ukraine.
    Changing your sick aptitude is all up to you.

    The civilized world is just throwing some incentives.

    That's not "stepping on accelerator" - you've experienced the same (sanctions) after you invaded Afghanistan.
    Already forgot?

    Under international law Lithuania has all the rights to stop all transit transports altogether.
    They only ceased transport of some of the goods of strategic importance.
    They're not cutting Kaliningrad off food or vodka supplies.
     
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    The "civilized" world will pay.
     
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    We will see.
    The fascist ruSSian regime won't be taken down by anything but the suffering of Russians.
    And the Russians are well known to be able to suffer greatly for the "good of their rulers".

    It's not Putin or his "court" that will suffer.
    They have billions of dollars worth of assets (Putin alone is "estimated" at $ 4.5 billion) if the sanctions decimate these, they will still have hundreds of millions.
    It's the Russian people, who will pay for Putin's lunacy, for his imperialism, for his fascism.

    You say you're communists here.
    No.
    You're a bunch of idiots, fed by fascist propaganda of your extremely rich leadership.
     
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    Nonsense, it's not a pedal!
    It's a button and I have it right here!
    Don't make me push it even harder, for my finger already hurts!
     
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    ты попутал очко с кнопкой!
    пока что ты яростно пальцуешь сам себя!
    вот оно и болит
     
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    I guess we no longer have these MIG-29s pictured.
    The assault rifles are now being replaced, so no more Beryl (a NATO-chambered, distant relative of the AK-74), but Grot (original Polish design) instead.
    And your army now uses T64s (or even T62s) and not the more modern variants.

    Your AAA sucks big time.
    You've got your biggest southern oil refinery (in Novoshakhtinsk) attacked today... by a high-flying, low speed, Ukrainian PD-2 drone.
    First your liars reported "an explosion of a heat exchanger" as the cause.
    Then this surfaced:
     
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    Idiotic.
     
  17. vasco

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    It's tailored to their level of understanding.

    I can only imagine how their souls fill with certainty and a feeling of proofness of their world view when watching this cartoon.
    Damn that Biden with his kitschy tie!

    And the brat, oh the brat, he deserves it!

    Can't see the face of the liberator, but his legs are too short.
     
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    That's a fascist poster, fuckface.
    It's the typical image of the jew in anti-semitic drawings since before WW2, now used by putin's propaganda.

    Exactly this low level of literacy allows them to manipulate you. That's why putin banned whatever pro democracy Russian NGO's there were. That's why putin banned any Russian opposition. That's why his dictatorial methods include nationalistic means.
    So you can't say "no" no anything he wants.
     
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    Ever heard of Nero?
    I mean the Roman emperor?
    He was a keen (although there was more will than skills to it) charioteer.
    Once he organized Olympics.
    He raced his 10-horse chariot in it, while the opponents only had two horses each.
    Still - he was unable to outrace the remaining participants, so the referees stopped them before they could reach the finish line.
    He then fell out (completely drunk) of his chariot.
    Drunk legless he was unable to continue, even though he was carried back to his chariot by the referees.
    After they failed to have him back in the chariot they simply carried him (already sleeping) over the finish line and declared the winner.

    Why do I recall all this?
    Cause it reminds me, as hell, of the so called "presidential elections" in Russia