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BREAKING: INVASION HAS BEGUN, I may have missed the date by 8 days, but it's on and popping NOW... DAY 313

zod16

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Putin is trying to get to winter.....gas and oil prices are starting to rise again...demand will increase n....can Europe go without his supply
That was a big part of the original Russian plan but it didn't work as most of the EU countries have already surpassed the 80% target that was set and have plans for dealing with any emergencies.


 

zod16

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just stray animals feeding on russian corpses they left behind again...




:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 

blackpepper

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This guys is 100% correct about the satellites. The US is tracking their movements via Satellite and sharing intelligence with the Ukrainians.

They claim they're loosing because they're fighting nato .... But wasn't that the plan all along. Its the reason nato exist, and they knew that, so why weren't they ready for it. Or, or.... was they're only plan to handle nato to do it with nukes.
 

zod16

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They claim they're loosing because they're fighting nato .... But wasn't that the plan all along. Its the reason nato exist, and they knew that, so why weren't they ready for it. Or, or.... was they're only plan to handle nato to do it with nukes.
They thought it would go like '08 or '14. The reports early on of the dead VDV etc. being found with their parade uniforms but not much other equipment leads me to posit that they didn't do too much contingency planning. :lol: Things are going to get much more interesting now as well. Recall, Russia did such a good job with creating and amplifying covid misinformation that their own people become anti-vaccine. :smh:

 

HeathCliff

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That was a big part of the original Russian plan but it didn't work as most of the EU countries have already surpassed the 80% target that was set and have plans for dealing with any emergencies.


Thanks for the clarification
just stray animals feeding on russian corpses they left behind again...




:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
Poor Ruskies
They thought it would go like '08 or '14. The reports early on of the dead VDV etc. being found with their parade uniforms but not much other equipment leads me to posit that they didn't do too much contingency planning. :lol: Things are going to get much more interesting now as well. Recall, Russia did such a good job with creating and amplifying covid misinformation that their own people become anti-vaccine. :smh:

Yup
 

Mixd

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Sending another $12 billion

House Passes Continuing Appropriations and Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2023





 

zod16

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I will have to find it again but there is a video out there and one of the newly mobilized estimates it would cost around $1,500 to get all of the gear needed. The median income there is less than $6,000. :smh:
 

zod16

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Sending another $12 billion

House Passes Continuing Appropriations and Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2023





They found the biolabs yet?
 

gman4gov

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man, this war is over. If the US was getting humiliated like this, think of how Trump would have acted?
The way Putin is and he's gonna drop a nuke to finish this shit. It might not be a long range nuke, but something to let people know who is the supposed superpower.
 

zod16

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Biolabs? What Biolabs? What are those? Hey look over there.

:lol:
:lol:

One of the freethinkers™ can correct me but I believe the current rationale for the special operation is that "Afro American" nazis (seriously) along with English speaking Polish nazi mercenaries are backed by NATO to ensure that not only the whereabouts of the covid biolabs operated by Hunter Biden in Ukraine remain secret , but that the Cancel Culture and tolerance of LGBTQ+ issues is not allowed to spread outside of the decadent West...

:lol:



No worries. "Cousin Coon T" is here to bring us the truth on Ukraine...







:smh: :smh: :smh:
 

HeathCliff

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:lol:

One of the freethinkers™ can correct me but I believe the current rationale for the special operation is that "Afro American" nazis (seriously) along with English speaking Polish nazi mercenaries are backed by NATO to ensure that not only the whereabouts of the covid biolabs operated by Hunter Biden in Ukraine remain secret , but that the Cancel Culture and tolerance of LGBTQ+ issues is not allowed to spread outside of the decadent West...

:lol:



No worries. "Cousin Coon T" is here to bring us the truth on Ukraine...







:smh: :smh: :smh:
I love it :lol:
 

ugk

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Check out the absurd levels of cope in this thread. LOLOOLOLLOL.. Another pro-Republican Twitter outed as a Russian front.

This account has people believing the NY governors race is not only in play but the Republican actually has a shot at winning.

 

zod16

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Check out the absurd levels of cope in this thread. LOLOOLOLLOL.. Another pro-Republican Twitter outed as a Russian front.

This account has people believing the NY governors race is not only in play but the Republican actually has a shot at winning.

:lol:

This account tracks all of it and is appropriately named.

 

lightbright

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How much more embarrassing for Vlad will it get? :smh:
Those two will be on next seasons "Deadliest Catch" catching king crab
:lol:


2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Two Russians who said they fled the country to avoid military service have requested asylum in the U.S. after landing in a small boat on a remote Alaska island in the Bering Sea, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s office said Thursday.

Karina Borger, a spokesperson for the Alaska Republican senator, said in an email that the office has been in communication with the U.S. Coast Guard and Customs and Border Protection and that “the Russian nationals reported that they fled one of the coastal communities on the east coast of Russia to avoid compulsory military service.”

Thousands of Russian men have fled since President Vladimir Putin announced a mobilization to bolster Russian forces in Ukraine. While Putin said the move was aimed at calling up about 300,000 men with past military service, many Russians fear it will be broader.

Spokespersons with the U.S. Coast Guard and Customs and Border Protection referred a reporter’s questions to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security public affairs office, which provided little information Thursday. The office, in a statement, said the people “were transported to Anchorage for inspection, which includes a screening and vetting process, and then subsequently processed in accordance with applicable U.S. immigration laws under the Immigration and Nationality Act.”
The agency said the two Russians arrived Tuesday on a small boat. It did not provide details on where they came from, their journey or the asylum request. It was not immediately clear what kind of boat they were on.
Alaska’s senators, Republicans Murkowski and Dan Sullivan, on Thursday said the two Russians landed at a beach near the town of Gambell, an isolated Alaska Native community of about 600 people on St. Lawrence Island. Sullivan said he was alerted to the matter by a “senior community leader from the Bering Strait region” on Tuesday morning.

Gambell is about 200 miles (320 kilometers) from the western Alaska hub community of Nome and about 36 miles (58 kilometers) from the Chukotka Peninsula, Siberia, according to a community profile on a state website. The remote, 100-mile (161-kilometer) long island, which includes Savoonga, a community of about 800 people, receives flight services from a regional air carrier. Residents rely heavily on a subsistence way of life, harvesting from the sea fish, whales and other marine life.

A person who responded to an email address listed for Gambell directed questions to federal authorities. A message seeking comment also was sent to the Consulate General of Russia in San Francisco.

Sullivan, in a statement, said he has encouraged federal authorities to have a plan in place in case “more Russians flee to Bering Strait communities in Alaska.”

“This incident makes two things clear: First, the Russian people don’t want to fight Putin’s war of aggression against Ukraine,” Sullivan said. “Second, given Alaska’s proximity to Russia, our state has a vital role to play in securing America’s national security.”
Murkowski said the situation underscored “the need for a stronger security posture in America’s Arctic.”

Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy on Wednesday, as initial details of the situation were emerging, said he did not expect a continual stream or “flotilla” of people traversing the same route. He also warned that travel in the region could be dangerous as a fall storm packing strong winds was expected.

It is unusual for someone to take this route to try to get into the U.S.

U.S. authorities in August stopped Russians without legal status 42 times who tried to enter the U.S. from Canada. That was up from 15 times in July and nine times in August 2021.

Russians more commonly try to enter the U.S. through Mexico, which does not require visas. Russians typically fly from Moscow to Cancun or Mexico City, entering Mexico as tourists before getting a connecting a flight to the U.S. border. Earlier this year, U.S. authorities contended with a spate of Russians who hoped to claim asylum if they reached an inspection booth at an official crossing.

Some trace the spike to before Russia invaded Ukraine, attributing it to the imprisonment of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny last year.




2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island | AP News
 

lightbright

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And the laffs just keep coming... :lol:


Putin's defense minister should consider suicide, Russian-installed official says


Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu attend a ceremony opening the international military-technical forum Army-2022 at Patriot Congress and Exhibition Centre in the Moscow region, Russia August 15, 2022.

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Such public - and insulting - censure of Putin's military chiefs from within the system used to be extremely rare in Russia, but a series of defeats on the battlefield in Ukraine has prompted some of Putin's allies to rebuke top generals.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov and Yevgeny Prigozhin, founder of the Wagner Group of mercenaries, ridiculed generals, saying the military was riddled with nepotism and that senior officers should be stripped of their ranks and sent to the front barefoot to atone for their sins.

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Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu, one of Putin's closest allies, was appointed in 2012. So close was their relationship that the two men regularly spent holidays together in the forests and mountains of Shoigu's native Tuva.

It was not clear if the criticism was being coordinated, though it poses a problem for Putin during a crucial juncture in the war: sacrifice a close ally and admit the military has failed, or keep Shoigu and risk taking the blame himself.

The defence ministry did not respond to a written request for comment.

Many Russian nationalists have repeatedly criticised Shoigu and his top generals for everything from poor planning and shallow logistics to ruinously outdated tactics and losing the information war despite massive investment under Putin.

In the last week, two retired generals now serving as members of the State Duma from Putin's United Russia party have added their voice to the chorus of criticism, accusing the defence ministry of corruption and dishonesty.

Most of all, though, critics blame Shoigu's ministry for losing the key battles for Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lyman and in the Kherson region.

Stremousov laced his criticism with words of praise for the soldiers who stood to the death to defend their country, contrasting their heroism with the "incompetent military leaders" in Moscow.

"The ministry of defence does not consist only of ministers, generals, corrupt looters and other various scum, but all those heroes who gave their lives to defend Russia.

"Let's say this: The ministry of defence does not only consist of ministers, generals, corrupt marauders and other various scum, but all those heroes who gave their lives today, who stand to the end," Stremousov said.

Stremousov praised Kadyrov and said he felt that Moscow would soon sort out the problems.

"I agree with Ramzan Akhmatovich Kadyrov, who raised this issue. Well done," he said.

"In Moscow, I think they will sort this out as soon as possible." Stremousov said. "We'll sort it out. We'll put things in order and, believe me, everything will be under our full control."

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Putin's defence minister should consider suicide, Russian-installed official says | Reuters
 
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