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  1. #956

    LOL Jo Jo Sun

    What the hell are you talking about? Have you ever wondered why no one responds to your posts? Plan A, go suck a Russian cock and passively accept the load. Plan be, learn to speak English rather than copy and paste. I hope I've been of help.

  2. #955
    Quote Originally Posted by Jmsuttr  [View Original Post]
    I wonder if the lack of new developments is at least partly to blame for the lame content of so many recent forum posts? I mean, American Politics, really? Give me an effin' break! First of all, there's a dedicated thread for that. And then there's the simple fact that, except for factors that directly impact (either for or against) the current state of the war, it's completely irrelevant, or at the very least immaterial.

    And, of course, there are the regular regurgitations of Russo-fascist propaganda by the schmegegge twin-trolls, with nary a connection to reality to be gleaned from their content-free bleatings. Meanwhile, real Ukrainians are fighting and dying to resist Russian imperialist aggression. Is it too much to ask to at least try to keep the focus on them?
    A solider gave a lecture to a class when I was in college in the 1980's. He was captured at The Battle of the Bulge and was moved to a POW camp via a horse drawn vehicle and was fed a potato a day in POW camp. He said when he was captured he knew we had one the war. The Germans were using horses, he said, "And we were eating bread made in the USA 2 days ago flown in by aircraft. ". Point is that money matters in war.

    The people who said the Russians not Americans defeated the Nazis have a point, but I had family who worked the railways in Iran during WW2, and the amount of munitions that were shipped into Russia was staggering. The Iranians never saw so much stuff in their entire lives. Many on that side of my family moved to the USA after seeing how prosperous the USA was. I know from them how brutal the Russians can be.

    Let's be honest. The Germans had better troops, better generals, and better equipment. They kicked the Russians ass early on as badly as they did everyone else. The Russians just had room to retreat. In the end, the Germans were done in because they lacked money and they lacked oil. Hell, they had to start using coal for oil, an incredibly inefficient process.

    I was in Pecos, Texas in 2018. Oil was not even that much. It ranged from $40 to $60 a barrel then. It is a shitty West Texas town but due to the oil boom there, a room in a trailer was $100 a night. Hotels were $250 if you could find them. I talked to a city councilman there. They had so much natural gas they had to waste it and burn it. Carlos Slim of Mexico, a smart man to be sure, was building a natural gas pipeline to Mexico ready to buy up said gas. Oil companies from all over the world were drilling there, and the projects were endless. This part of Texas was producing so much oil they ran out of pipeline capacity and were having to build more. The amount of oil there was virtual unlimited, and the growth was unbelievable. People doing the most routine jobs were pulling in six figure incomes. New project after project was being planned.

    Furthermore, shale oil drilling is practically no risk. There are no dry wells and on top of that, unlike conventional wells, you get the most production up front. Conventional wells typically take 5 years to get to max capacity, so this type of oil production is the only type they can quickly make up for the Russian shortfall.

    I get there are supply constraints with regards to the sand, water, and cement needed to drill, but if there were 1900 rigs drilling for oil under Obama, there should be 3000+ going now. What is going to hit Putin harder than anything is not these dumb sanctions but $20 oil. You would think a fool would get this but no one in this administration does:

    https://cnsnews.com/article/washingt...eed-refine-oil

    DOOCY: Why not drill more here in the USA?

    JEAN-PIERRE: Because we don't need to do that. What we need to do is with the oil that's out there, we need them to refine that oil so that prices so that capacity could go up, and then prices, it would go down, would apparently go down.

    DOOCY: The president once said he was going to end fossil fuel. Is that now off the table?

    JEAN-PIERRE: No, we are going to continue to move forward with our clean energy proposal, the climate change proposal.

    DOOCY: Is that the priority. Climate change over.

    JEAN-PIERRE: No, that's not what we're saying. We're saying that I'm answering the question. I'm answering the question.

    DOOCY: Is the president's priority lowering gas prices or is it addressing climate change?

    JEAN-PIERRE: First of all, it's we can do both at the same time. What we're trying to deal with right now is how do we lower costs for American families, and one of the things we are seeing right now with oil refineries is they are using this moment that there is a war in Ukraine to actually make a profit when there are steps that they can take so that we can actually lower gas prices for families, and so the president has taken action, right? We talked about the Strategic Petroleum.

    https://oilprice.com/Energy/Oil-Pric...ces-Rally.html

    According to estimates released on Friday by the Finance Ministry, Russia expects its additional revenue from oil and gas sales to be 393 billion rubles, or $6. 37 billion, this month. Additional budget revenues are expected at $10.66 billion (656.6 billion rubles) for the months of May and June because of the higher-than-expected oil prices, Russia said.

    If oil went to $20 or $30 a barrel, that $10.66 billion would be more like $2 or $3 billion. $7 billion a month buys you a lot of bullets. Instead we are doing sanctions like they ever work.

    Russia is getting economically stronger while the USA is getting weaker, and that is the point. There is going to be fatigue, and Putin is counting on that, and your buddies in Ukraine are not going to get US aid nor the money to buy said bullets with a weaker economy here. And if our economy continues to slip and the aid dries up, you can talk about their bravery all you want, but the Ukrainians are fucking doomed. But at least the orphaned children of these brave soldiers will live in a world with cooler temperatures albeit under a Russian dictator. That cooling is the theory anyway.

    So you may think I am talking politics but I am actually talking about the war. In war, if resources are not managed right, failure is sure to follow.

  3. #954

    Mutha Russia

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmsuttr  [View Original Post]
    Pre-Soviet Russia, the USSR, and post-Soviet Russia, all share the same terrorizing and brutalizing DNA. This thread gives a brief, non-exhaustive list of the grievances many European nations have against Mutha Russia.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...869850114.html

    What I think this means is that, irrespective of what might be said publicly, there's a deep reservoir of seething antipathy toward Russia that's bubbling away under the surface, just waiting for an opportunity to erupt.

    How does the saying go? Payback's a "beech" and her stripper name is Karma!
    It's a real mutha for ya! Makes you want to run from Russia! And if you look you will discover! Putin is a real muthafucka yeah! LOLOLOL!

    https://youtu.be/x-f5iOHYcW4

  4. #953

    The Hordes

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie97  [View Original Post]
    Russia takes plenty of shit, straight up the corn hole, packed tight. We can start with the Russo Japanese War, and thourough ass whooping. Then we have the Bolchevik reaming and retreat from WW I, then there's the Nazi comprehensive beatdown that only the West could save them from, then the Cold War, their women pulling trains on Western cock even to this day. And if that weren't enough, then we get the twerps invading a much smaller country in jack in the box tanks getting their ass whooped at about every turn. But so yea, want to touch NATO? They do not even begin to have the balls.
    You left out the repeated waves of Asiatic hordes that swept across the land enslaving the populace. Why, the very word "slave" comes from "slav" LOL! A ruskie still loves drinking tea and eating Asian-style dumplings to this very day LOLOLOL!

  5. #952

    A brief list of nations that might like payback against Russia, and why.

    Pre-Soviet Russia, the USSR, and post-Soviet Russia, all share the same terrorizing and brutalizing DNA. This thread gives a brief, non-exhaustive list of the grievances many European nations have against Mutha Russia.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...869850114.html

    What I think this means is that, irrespective of what might be said publicly, there's a deep reservoir of seething antipathy toward Russia that's bubbling away under the surface, just waiting for an opportunity to erupt.

    How does the saying go? Payback's a "beech" and her stripper name is Karma!

  6. #951

    Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Russians don't bluff, and they don't take shit.
    Russia takes plenty of shit, straight up the corn hole, packed tight. We can start with the Russo Japanese War, and thourough ass whooping. Then we have the Bolchevik reaming and retreat from WW I, then there's the Nazi comprehensive beatdown that only the West could save them from, then the Cold War, their women pulling trains on Western cock even to this day. And if that weren't enough, then we get the twerps invading a much smaller country in jack in the box tanks getting their ass whooped at about every turn. But so yea, want to touch NATO? They do not even begin to have the balls.

  7. #950

    The next leadership change will most likely happen in the Kremlin

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Russians don't bluff, and they don't take shit. Putin has said to expect a change of (leadership) in the Anglo-American sphere. Now, there's something to look forward to -- while the globohomos sit rubbing their hands together wetdreaming about how many more dead orthodox Ukrainians it will take until leadership change in Russia.
    Putin reportedly suffered an unexplained, prolonged, and serious nosebleed. In healthy people, or if there's a physical cause like getting hit in the nose, that wouldn't be cause for concern. But for someone who is obviously unhealthy and reportedly suffering from serious ailments (cancer, etc.) an unexplained nosebleed can be an ominous sign.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/generalsv...07709706604548

    But the real question is what happens when LilliPutin kicks the bucket? Will the successor dance on Little Vlad's grave in public, or only in private? And will the succession happen with only a few casualties, or a full-on bloodbath? Oh yes, and will any of Russia's regions decide that it's a good time to go their own way?

    As far as Russians and Putin taking any shit, both Kazakhstan and Lithuania have both just spit in his eye, and Finland has been consistently giving Russia the middle finger. On that note, here's a fascinating thread discussing that, because Putin can't really retaliate against those two (Lithuania protected by NATO and Kazakhstan protected by China and Turkey), he may take out his frustration on Lukashenko instead.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/generalsv...09583730905089

    Funny how more and more people and countries are having no problem dumping shit on Putin lately. Maybe his veneer of strength is increasingly wearing off and the depth of weakness showing through? Whatever the reason, I'm looking forward to more of the same!

  8. #949

    Russia reportedly purging top generals for Ukraine failures

    https://www.businessinsider.com/moun...experts-2022-6

    The above link is the short version. The link below has more detail, as well as the latest battle assessment.

    https://www.understandingwar.org/bac...ssment-june-21

    "The Kremlin recently replaced the commander of the Russian Airborne (VDV) forces and may be in the process of radically reshuffling the command structure of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, indicating a possible purge of senior officers blamed for failures in Ukraine".

    Also, about the battle assessment, any objective observer will note that the give and take continues, with neither side (yet) able to gain any significant strategic advantage.

    That latter point brings up an ongoing flaw with most mainstream media reporting. It doesn't make for compelling reading to simply repeat that the war is going through a "long, hard slog" phase in which there's not difference from one day to the next. So MSM outlets have a need to find stuff to attract readers even when not much new is happening.

    I wonder if the lack of new developments is at least partly to blame for the lame content of so many recent forum posts? I mean, American Politics, really? Give me an effin' break! First of all, there's a dedicated thread for that. And then there's the simple fact that, except for factors that directly impact (either for or against) the current state of the war, it's completely irrelevant, or at the very least immaterial.

    And, of course, there are the regular regurgitations of Russo-fascist propaganda by the schmegegge twin-trolls, with nary a connection to reality to be gleaned from their content-free bleatings. Meanwhile, real Ukrainians are fighting and dying to resist Russian imperialist aggression. Is it too much to ask to at least try to keep the focus on them?

    P.S. I would be remiss if I didn't mention a couple of newsbits, like the Ukrainian attacks on both Snake Island and the oil facility in Rostov. Oh yes, and the "promotion" of the Russian ship, Vasily Bekh, to the glorious rank of Moskva-class submarine! But those are novelty items, by which I mean that they're interesting but not likely to have meaningful strategic impact.

  9. #948
    Quote Originally Posted by Jojosun  [View Original Post]
    The civilian casualties in Hungary. "Soviets put a brutal end to Hungarian revolution".
    An estimated 2,500 Hungarians died and
    "The 1968 Soviet-led
    Initially, some civilians tried to argue with the invading troops, but this met with little or no success. After the USSR used photographs of these discussions as proof that the invasion troops were being greeted amicably, secret Czechoslovak broadcasting stations discouraged the practice, reminding the people that "pictures are silent". The protests in reaction.
    The Hungarians acted indecisively at crucial moments and were ultimately betrayed by their own leadership. Also there was the unfortunate timing of the Suez Crisis.

    Prague 1968? Anything else happen that year? Like revolutionary outbreak elsewhere, USA maybe.

    Russians don't bluff, and they don't take shit. Putin has said to expect a change of (leadership) in the Anglo-American sphere. Now, there's something to look forward to -- while the globohomos sit rubbing their hands together wetdreaming about how many more dead orthodox Ukrainians it will take until leadership change in Russia.

  10. #947

    Soviet Invasions of Hungary and Czechkoslovakia.

    The civilian casualties in Hungary. "Soviets put a brutal end to Hungarian revolution".

    An estimated 2,500 Hungarians died and 200,000 more fled as refugees. https://www.history.com/this-day-in-...ian-revolution.

    The number of Civilians killed in Czechkoslovakia. "Death Toll of 1968 Invasion Published For First Time".

    "The 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia killed at least 72 people and seriously injured 266, a newspaper reported Wednesday in the first official disclosure of the casualty toll"https://apnews.com/article/b4a9687db...1833f87a88797d.

    Initially, some civilians tried to argue with the invading troops, but this met with little or no success. After the USSR used photographs of these discussions as proof that the invasion troops were being greeted amicably, secret Czechoslovak broadcasting stations discouraged the practice, reminding the people that "pictures are silent". The protests in reaction to the invasion lasted only about seven days. Explanations for the fizzling of these public outbursts mostly centre on demoralisation of the population, whether from the intimidation of all the enemy troops and tanks or from being abandoned by their leaders. Many Czechoslovaks saw the signing of the Moscow Protocol as treasonous. Another common explanation is that, due to the fact that most of Czech society was middle class, the cost of continued resistance meant giving up a comfortable lifestyle, which was too high a price to pay".

    Decades later at present, Putin's ally is in Hungary and the Czech Republic is number 18 in the league of Happy Nations. Czech Republic Rises To 18th In World Happiness Rankings https://brnodaily.com/2021/03/24/new...ness-rankings/.

    Went on a backpacking vacations in my misspent youth to both countries just before The Wall came down and I never met anyone there or in Poland who liked Russia or the Russians.

  11. #946
    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie97  [View Original Post]
    This is disingenuous as you've offered praise for Tucker Carlson who sucks Vlad's 3 inch cock on a nightly basis.
    You will have to show me said clips. TC has always made certain that his opposition for Democratic positions like throwing $40 billion away does not equal support for Putin. TC asks why should we care about the borders in Ukraine when we have porous ones at home.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie97  [View Original Post]
    Disorder across Europe effects us at home, Duh. Even cock swallowers like Josh Hawley know this, but pitch the isolationist nonsense to dumbfucks like you for his political advantage.
    Sorry, dummy, I am done with your stupidity and am profiting for it. The latest dumb Dem method to solve problems is to destroy the economy and have the government spend money to solve things. Hell, let's lay off unessential workers and then print money to compensate them. Let's ban Russian oil and gas and then print up coupons or stop the gasoline tax to cover the subsequent inflation. Yeah, let's not ban Russian oil and produce more of our own because doing so would give more money to American oil companies which typically support Republicans.

    Of course, dummies like you do no see that the cost for this free money is inflation, higher interest rates, and a stock market plunge. I just shake my head at the current Democrat model of "let's destroy the economy to show that we care. ".

    So I profited from this. While your buddy and "genius" Eih was long the market and has gotten crushed to the tune of being down 20 to 25% since April, I have been buying triple short ETFs and am up 60%. I am kicking myself though at not going long the ruble after Biden tried to destroy it. I would have been up 100% had I done that.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/13/c...d-revenue.html#text=Russia%20 earned%20 what%20 is%20 very, organization%20 based%20 in%20 Helsinki%2 see%20 Finland.

    "Russia earned what is very likely a record 93 billion euros in revenue from exports of oil, gas and coal in the first 100 days of the country's invasion of Ukraine, according to data analyzed by the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air, a research organization based in Helsinki, Finland. ".

    And if you are a Democrat, you call the above news success.

    So do not worry about my financial condition. I am doing great seeing how your leader of choice runs our economy into the ground while boosting Russia's. But at least like you, he cares.

  12. #945

    Whitewashing Ukraine's History.

    2 Interesting books look back at Ukraine's Past.

    https://us.macmillan.com/books/97812...ivilizedeurope

    "Between 1918 and 1921, over a hundred thousand Jews were murdered in Ukraine by peasants, townsmen, and soldiers who blamed the Jews for the turmoil of the Russian Revolution. In hundreds of separate incidents, ordinary people robbed their Jewish neighbors with impunity, burned down their houses, ripped apart their Torah scrolls, sexually assaulted them, and killed them. Largely forgotten today, these pogroms—ethnic riots—dominated headlines and international affairs in their time. Aid workers warned that six million Jews were in danger of complete extermination. Twenty years later, these dire predictions would come true.

    Drawing upon long-neglected archival materials, including thousands of newly discovered witness testimonies, trial records, and official orders, acclaimed historian Jeffrey Veidlinger shows for the first time how this wave of genocidal violence created the conditions for the Holocaust".

    The other Historian https://foreignpolicy.com/2016/05/02...yr-viatrovych/.

    The Historian Whitewashing Ukraine's Past.

    Volodymyr Viatrovych is erasing the country's racist and bloody history — stripping pogroms and ethnic cleansing from the official archives.

    There you have it, both sides of the History of Ukraine.

    In the meantime in Israel "This week, the veteran right-wing journalist Andrew Neil tweeted "Israel fails to stand up for Ukraine. Reluctant to impose sanctions Stayed silent after Russian airstrike near Babi Yar memorial, where German Nazis killed tens of thousands of Jews in WW2". https://inews.co.uk/opinion/israel-f...ot-be-ignored-.

  13. #944

    Banderastan

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    The Ukrunazis are conducting scorched earth tactics destroying all the infrastructure they can along with murdering all the civilians they can while razing their homes and running back to their Banderastan capital. They apparently understand how unwelcome they've been in the territories grafted unto their State by the Soviets.

    They've learned quite a few lessons from Hitler, with the final ones on the way.
    I find Chinese media very good. Accented but they understand. I am surprised Chinese advisors are not at the front with Russia, learning the ropes. Russia's main job is to destroy America's satraps and push on to strange Canada and other dictatorships (remember the truckers). There is no point arguing with the Nazis here, some of whom were probably gang rapists in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    We can only hope that Russia will up the ante and bring this whole American house of cards tumbling down.

  14. #943

    Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by ReinerOtto  [View Original Post]
    But Putler has learned a few lessons from Adolf Hitler. And Stalin. Hitler annexed "Sudetenland" with same argumentation as Putler uses today.

    Only difference: Hitlers army was really welcome with (some) flowers.

    Stalin annexed part of Finland having "Security Concerns", because border to Finland was too close to Leningrad (St. Petersburg).

    Western countries believed, that Hitlers aggression would be finished, after grabbing "Sudetenland".

    They were wrong.

    Not to make same mistake with Putler again. For whom the Baltics or Moldova might be next countries of interest.
    Good post, there's just no "security concerns. " The only concern is swallowing up Ukraine. They want the farmlands and the ports, and couldn't care less about borders with their refusal to complain about Finnish borders. The only problem here is the American far right, with their insistent on deep throating Putin's puny cock, and swallowing the cum of course. Yo.

  15. #942

    ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Sorry, Hunter's laptop was real.
    So is mine is an Acer Spin, love it, Where are the charges again Hunter or Hillary? Where's the lock her up?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    2000 mules is a theory based on circumstantial evidence.
    No evidence at all, you lost the election and try to do better next time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    So here we go again. You dumb Dems unload on Putin like you did on Trump.
    It's easy to unload on someone when he sucks the puny cock of our enemy, and with a facial finish each time. That's Trump. That's when he lies about a pandemic suggesting that we drink bleach and shine UV light up our oracfices. Then unleashes a mob of hillbillies on the Capital to kill cops and the VP, that's just for starters.

    P.S. As to Obamas birth certificate, as to you admitting to that farce, what makes you think the other conspiracy theories you are chasing are true? LOL.

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