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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic on Wed Jul 10, 2019 1:09 pm

    GarryB wrote:He is clearly a hard line anti Russia nut so of course there would be plenty of American money to support him... how much they will actually spend to help Georgia improve its position and condition is another matter... there was US money in the 1990s to buy oil companies but very little for hospitals or schools or anything actually useful...
    Or roads, the road going from Tblisi to Gudauri (that later continues to the russian border in direction of Vladivkavkaz is in a horrible state. In some parts half of the lane is totally destroyed
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    Post  kvs on Sun Jul 21, 2019 2:12 pm



    There is no English version of this channel, but the dissing is epic. In the above, the presenter disassembles some Georgian
    clown who demands $400 billion from Russia. He considers the fact that Georgia has a negative trade balance with Russia
    to be "theft". I guess the world must be stealing from poor little USA as well. The clown also yaps about Russians buying
    energy assets in Georgia at 30 times below market value. I am totally confused what the f*ck he is barking about. Georgia
    doesn't have any notable energy assets. The pompous Georgian chauvinist under discussion also trumpeted the business
    initiative of Georgians around 1990 while denigrating Russians for going out to demonstrate. Georgia ran some shadow economy
    shops that became irrelevant after the arrival of capitalism. Russia is painted as wrong-doing for not supporting these outfits.
    I guess Russians don't have any freedom of choice...

    And of course Abkhazia and South Ossetia are treated as territorial theft by Russia. I wonder what Kosovo is then. Unlike
    Kosovo was for Serbia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia were never indigenous territories of Georgia and were administrative "additions"
    by the Tsars and the Bolsheviks. Georgians are the last people that should speak on their behalf. Especially considering what
    transpired after 1990, when Ghamsakurdia slaughtered civilians with military assaults on these republics.
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    Post  kvs on Sun Jul 21, 2019 6:40 pm



    Not that this is new information, but the lunatics have taken over the Baltics chihuahua asylum. Some influential academic has
    excreted a report that calls for the ripping up of rail lines linking Baltic statelets to Russia. Naturally, the economic links are used
    as "evidence" of Russian aggression and meddling. Even 1984 double-think and new-speak never transcended such inanity.

    Given that historically these Baltic statelets were basically parasites on the trade route via the Gulf of Finland to Central Asia (via
    the Russian river network), these nazionalist intellectual fecal nuggets are something else. Go ahead, cut off trade with Russia.
    It does not hurt Russia, but it makes you into utter backwater basket cases. The reason why Singapore and Hong Kong flourish
    is mainly due to trade (and in fact their economies were founded on it). Without trade the Baltic statelets are utterly nothing.
    What retards.
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    Post  kvs on Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:47 pm



    Dissection of the recent series on Chernobyl. The series is total propaganda BS. A notable example is
    its claim that evacuations of civilians from the fallout zone only happened 2 days after the meltdown and
    only due to pressure from Europe. This is a brazen lie since almost 50,000 people were evacuated on the
    day after the meltdown. This required the collection of at least 1,000 buses without internet and cell phones.
    In other words, the evacuation was actually started on the day of the meltdown in terms of the logistics
    response. Gathering and fueling 1,000 buses would require a city much larger than Pripyat.

    This series also lies about the coercion of cleanup workers. The workers were volunteers. Various high
    ranking Soviet officials did not have armed guards in 1986. It also tries to make one of the key high
    ranking officials seem like a moron who would actually know the principles of reactor operation.

    It shows basically everyone swigging vodka straight from the bottle. In other words, Ukrainians and Russians
    are all clinical alcoholics.

    Another gem is the claim that Chernobyl experienced the meltdown because the USSR tried to save money
    building it. This is the same delusional, ignorant BS about how a command economy can go bankrupt
    by spending money. Hilarious retardation.
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    Post  Hole on Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:31 am

    One remark to the evacuation. Later studies showed that it was a failure to evacuate the people so quickly. They received the most radiation as they waited in the open for the busses. Today the experts say that it is the best to stay a few days inside the house (with closed doors and windows) until most of the radiation that was expelled at the accident has settled.
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    Post  kvs on Mon Jul 22, 2019 2:50 pm

    Hole wrote:One remark to the evacuation. Later studies showed that it was a failure to evacuate the people so quickly. They received the most radiation as they waited in the open for the busses. Today the experts say that it is the best to stay a few days inside the house (with closed doors and windows) until most of the radiation that was expelled at the accident has settled.

    Instead of making up fiction, the producers of the show could have used real life events to get a better story. Instead, they
    chose to politicize every freaking aspect.

    I disagree with the claim about better staying indoors. The fallout would only stick to the ground if there was rain and the ground was
    wet. If it was dry, which it was, the fallout dust would be remobilized by wind and people not wearing protection would be exposed. In
    fact, if they waited several days and allowed most of the fallout to accumulate, the wind blown fallout particulate would have been
    even worse than standing outside on the second day. It would have been worse if they stood outside in rain since rain would have brought
    down most of the fallout particulate. Under dry conditions, sedimentation is slow for the worst particles which are of the smallest
    diameter and get deep into the lungs.

    These studies you cite are, in my qualified opinion, dubious.
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    Post  Regular on Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:29 pm

    AFAIK people who had family in Russia or Belarus were out by their own means before even evacuation started. No one was holding them.
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    Post  GarryB on Wed Jul 24, 2019 4:28 am

    It seems there is a report in the NYT that is actually positive about Russia, and while it is not the establishment in the US, it is an indicator that perhaps they are starting to realise that China has much more potential to upset their current hegemony by offering an alternative to western leanings for the rest of the world than Russia does, so they are starting to think that the opposite of what they did in the cold war, where they used China against the Soviet Union, might be their best ploy now... use Russia and India against China...

    I am sure the liberals in both India and Russia would love the attention and limelight they would get from no longer being the enemy of the west, but I don't think the majority in Russia or India are that stupid... or are they?

    Sad as it sounds I think it would be better for Russia and India to remain separate from the west because the west doesn't know where it is heading... it seems companies have rather more control of laws passed in government, and they really only engineer those laws for their profits and ignore the average person... forgetting those average people are not only their workers but also their customers.

    The result so far is that they have put so much pressure on the average persons income and situation that quite often it makes more sense to send production offshore... so local people who want to buy their products can, but where can they find work to pay for it?  This leads to borrowing, which makes the banks and lending institutions richer, just so people can get their basics of life... hardly the American dream and certainly not a place china or russia want to head towards.

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    Post  Regular on Wed Jul 24, 2019 9:50 am

    Russia shouldn't lean towards China culturally or politically.
    Any Chinese conflict against US should be used for profit.
    China is should be looked at with scepticism as time will show that how long they can play superpower before falling face down, just like USA.

    Last thing you want to do is to borrow from Chinese and have them influence your local politics. Russia should stay independent and have China as an ally without leaning or bending.
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    Post  kvs on Wed Jul 24, 2019 3:09 pm

    Regular wrote:Russia shouldn't lean towards China culturally or politically.
    Any Chinese conflict against US should be used for profit.
    China is should be looked at with scepticism as time will show that how long they can play superpower before falling face down, just like USA.

    Last thing you want to do is to borrow from Chinese and have them influence your local politics. Russia should stay independent and have China as an ally without leaning or bending.

    China is not a certain quantity. But the west is a 100%, 1000 year enemy of Russia.

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    Post  GarryB on Thu Jul 25, 2019 12:58 am

    I can tell you right now that the west is a corrupting influence... if Russia wants to develop it needs to expand its trade and right now trade with the EU and US are stifled by those same entities... which is really a good thing for Russia because in terms of trade their big players would simply buy up or crush Russian businesses leading to the expansion of global corporations into a whole new market.

    The 100 billion a year trade with the EU has turned in to much less but trade with China has expanded to compensate and I think Russia should realise that trade on its own is good but trade with the west leads to demands from the west and criticism from the west about how Russia is not westernised enough... and I can tell you it wont get better, it will only get worse.

    Russia should look to China and Asia and India and Africa and central and south america for trade partners where Russia wont tell those countries what to do and they wont tell Russia what to do... you know... like a normal trade relationship... when you buy groceries from a shop the owner does not demand you accept there are 4 genders and that all your children have to be gay friendly... why would you be a customer at such a shop.
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    Post  George1 on Wed Aug 28, 2019 9:45 am

    Baltic Countries, Poland and Romania. The most anti-Russian countries...

    Certain countries speculate on Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact for political gains — expert


    Earlier, foreign ministers of the Baltic Countries, Poland and Romania delivered a joint statement on the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact’s 80th anniversary


    MOSCOW, August 23. /TASS/. A number of Eastern European countries are exploiting the anniversary of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, or Treaty of Non-aggression, signed between the Soviet Union and Germany as an instrument of immediate political struggle and heightening tensions, Russian Valdai Discussion Club Board Chairman Andrey Bystritsky told TASS on Friday.

    Earlier, foreign ministers of the Baltic Countries, Poland and Romania delivered a joint statement on the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact’s 80th anniversary. The ministers claimed that the pact had unleashed World War II and doomed half of Europe to decades of suffering.

    "This is not about history, not about what was happening many years ago, it is about what is happening now. This is political life, political struggle, political fears and leanings. In that sense, World War II never ended, because we are living in many paradigms left by the war," the expert said, commenting on this statement.

    "The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, just as much as the 1938 Munich Agreement, or the so-called Munich Betrayal, are historic events, which could be academically discussed in a sober manner, on the one hand. On the other hand, it plays a role in the immediate political struggle. Therefore, the Baltic States project their fears, concerns and bias on Russia. There is not even the slightest of ground for that," he said.

    According to Bystritsky, some politicians in Eastern Europe are alarmed by the talk of a possible G8 reinstatement and they obtained an "extra reason to react." "They believe that it is favorable to paint Russia as a threat, as they believe that they will secure more assistance this way. They need to keep everybody on their toes for that, including their western partners, therefore, they need to use every chance they get to heighten this anxiety, increase this alarmism," the political scientist concluded.

    Treaty of Non-aggression

    The Treaty of Non-aggression between the Soviet Union and Germany, also known as the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, was signed by Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov and his German counterpart Joachim von Ribbentrop in Moscow on August 23, 1939.

    The parties pledged to refrain from attacking each other and maintain neutrality in case a third country attacks either one of them. Simultaneously with the pact talks, the Soviet Union was negotiating a trilateral mutual assistance treaty with the United Kingdom and France in Moscow. The non-aggression pact also had a secret additional protocol enclosed, which defined and established Soviet and German spheres of influence in Eastern Europe in case of territorial and political rearrangements.

    The document designated Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Eastern Poland, as well as Bessarabia as the Soviet sphere of interests, while Lithuania and Western Poland made up the German sphere.
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Wed Aug 28, 2019 5:08 pm

    https://www.e-reading.club/bookreader.php/1003437/Starikov_-_Kto_zastavil_Gitlera_napast_na_Stalina.html
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    Post  GarryB on Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:03 am

    You don't need non aggression pacts with allies.

    Stalin approached the UK and Poland for deals and they brushed him off and were not interested.

    It made a lot of sense for the Soviets to sign this deal with Germany... if they hadn't then Germany would have taken all of Poland when they invaded and be rather closer to Moscow when they started Barbarossa.

    Poland were hardly allies of the Soviets anyway... and the UK had never been a friend either.
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    Post  kvs on Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:18 am

    Poland is always cast as the victim, but it was at the center of the 1938 Munich deal with Hitler. This deal involved the carve up
    of Czechoslovakia by Germany and Poland. The yapping about the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact makes it sound unique. In fact,
    Germany had such pacts with Poland and other countries. And I recall some Ukr Nazi in Canada foaming at the mouth about
    how Germany and the USSR were "allies". The USSR only supplied Germany with agricultural produce. It was the Americans who
    supplied the Reich with whole manufacturing plants and even supplied the Nazis oil practically until the end of WWII.

    Nothing NATO revisionist propaganda claims can be taken at face value. Any "truth" is always cherry-picked and de-contextualized.
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    Post  George1 on Sun Sep 01, 2019 4:43 pm

    Czech citizens condemn decision to wrap Soviet marshal's statue in tarp — Russian embassy


    PRAGUE, August 31. /TASS/. The Russian Embassy in Prague said it had been receiving letters from Czech citizens condemning the municipal authorities’ decision to wrap in tarp a monument to Soviet military commander Ivan Konev in the Prague 6 district.
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    "The embassy has been receiving letters from Czech citizens who condemn this move by the municipal authorities. Many of them wonder which side would the incumbent municipal government of the Prague 6 district support during the World War II," the embassy said in a statement, posted on Facebook.

    "It should be noted that the radical decision to cover in tarpaulin the monument to one of those who saved Europe from horrors of Nazism was made in the run-up to the 80th anniversary of the most horrific military conflict in human history," the statement says.

    The Russian embassy views those actions as a yet another attempt to desecrate the memory of Red Army soldiers, who gave their lives to liberate Czechoslovakia from Nazi troops.

    Czech Presidential Spokesman Jiri Ovcacek condemned the municipal authorities’ decision earlier this week.

    The district’s head Ondrej Kolar said on Thursday that Konev’s monument falls victim to vandals at least two times a year, which, according to him, points to the local residents’ negative view of the Soviet military commander. The politician insists on removing the monument and relocating it to the territory of the Russian Embassy, also located in the Prague 6 district.

    The monument to Konev was placed in Prague in 1980 to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the liberation of the Czech capital from Nazi invaders by the 1st Ukrainian Front of the Soviet military forces, headed by Konev.

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    Post  George1 on Tue Sep 03, 2019 8:09 am

    Johnson’s statement on World War II unacceptable, says Russian embassy


    The British PM said that in September 1939 Poland found itself "trapped between the hammer of fascism and the anvil of communism"

    LONDON, September 3. /TASS/. Russia’s Embassy in London has referred to the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s words regarding the beginning of the World War II as unacceptable. PM said in a video message posted on Twitter late last week that in September 1939 Poland found itself "trapped between the hammer of fascism and the anvil of communism."

    "This statement, made on the day of the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the Second World War, is perplexing. With all historical discussions around the Soviet military operation in the eastern areas of Poland (Western Ukraine and Western Belarus), to describe things in a way that effectively equates the actions of the USSR to Hitler’s aggression is absolutely unacceptable. If one is to discuss who, apart from Hitler, is responsible for the Polish tragedy of 1939, one cannot avoid recalling the role of the British diplomacy that not only connived in the Nazis’ aggressive policies (remember Austria, Czechoslovakia, Memel), but also continuously frustrated Soviet proposals to build an efficient anti-Nazi alliance, including specifically to defend Poland," the diplomatic mission’s press service said in a statement.

    "This discussion may be lengthy, but let’s leave it to historians. A vast majority of Russians and Britons, when recalling the Second World War, pay tribute to the fallen and to the Soviet-British alliance. It is regrettable that the Prime Minister has chosen a different angle which, thankfully, does not enjoy much popularity in Britain," the embassy noted.
    https://tass.com/politics/1076129
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    Post  kvs on Tue Sep 03, 2019 5:08 pm

    George1 wrote:

    Johnson’s statement on World War II unacceptable, says Russian embassy


    The British PM said that in September 1939 Poland found itself "trapped between the hammer of fascism and the anvil of communism"

    LONDON, September 3. /TASS/. Russia’s Embassy in London has referred to the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s words regarding the beginning of the World War II as unacceptable. PM said in a video message posted on Twitter late last week that in September 1939 Poland found itself "trapped between the hammer of fascism and the anvil of communism."

    "This statement, made on the day of the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the Second World War, is perplexing. With all historical discussions around the Soviet military operation in the eastern areas of Poland (Western Ukraine and Western Belarus), to describe things in a way that effectively equates the actions of the USSR to Hitler’s aggression is absolutely unacceptable. If one is to discuss who, apart from Hitler, is responsible for the Polish tragedy of 1939, one cannot avoid recalling the role of the British diplomacy that not only connived in the Nazis’ aggressive policies (remember Austria, Czechoslovakia, Memel), but also continuously frustrated Soviet proposals to build an efficient anti-Nazi alliance, including specifically to defend Poland," the diplomatic mission’s press service said in a statement.

    "This discussion may be lengthy, but let’s leave it to historians. A vast majority of Russians and Britons, when recalling the Second World War, pay tribute to the fallen and to the Soviet-British alliance. It is regrettable that the Prime Minister has chosen a different angle which, thankfully, does not enjoy much popularity in Britain," the embassy noted.
    https://tass.com/politics/1076129

    NATO historical revisionism in action. They call western Belorus and Ukraine as "Poland" even though Poland grabbed these lands
    during its 1920 war of territorial expansion and aggression that took advantage of the weakened state of the former Russian Empire
    in the wake of the 1917 revolution. If you note how Stalin "carved" up "Poland" with Hitler you will see that the line follows the
    proper Polish border with Belorus and Ukraine. NATO propagandists always paint the "carve up" as some 50/50 split. Interesting
    how NATO is spazzing about Crimea rejoining Russia after its illegal annexation by Ukraine in 1991. These same scumbags use
    a totally different standard in the case of the lands illegally annexed by Poland in the early 1920s. Although there is a common
    thread of consistency as long as some pro-NATO element does the annexation then it is fully legit and lawful....

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    Post  kvs on Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:22 pm



    Some honest truth about alcoholism in the UK. Yet these sanctimonious prats actually believe that Russians are all swigging from vodka bottles all day long.
    It looks to me like the UK is the country with the real alcoholism problem.

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    Post  George1 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:26 pm

    Majority of Prague residents condemn removal of monument to WWII Soviet marshal - Medinsky

    Czech President Milos Zeman, "a man of culture, has stated his negative opinion on the removal of the monument to Marshal Ivan Konev, he made his opinion known", Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky said

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    Post  kvs on Wed Oct 30, 2019 1:16 am



    Lukashenko has fully come out of the closet as a rabid svidomite Russophobe. The clown actually claims that Belorus had no
    stake in WWII. He also repeats all the NATzO talking points about Stalin and Hitler being equivalent.

    Of course all of it is complete BS. Stalin never had a genocidal ideology. And you can't compare the blood letting by the Nazis
    over a 5 year period to the death toll in the USSR between 1925 and 1945. Hitler was targeting Slavs, Jews and Gypsies for
    total extermination. Stalin's abuse of Chechens and others was not on the same plane. Just imagine what Hitler would have
    achieved if he won WWII and the western "allies" let him do as he pleased. He would have exterminated 10s of millions of people.
    By contrast the death toll in the USSR is systematically exaggerated such as the alleged Holodomor 14 million (50% of Ukraine's
    1930 population) being "murdered" by the state. The subsequent population of Ukraine (e.g. the 1989 census) proves this
    never happened since fertility never returned to over 2 children from 1945 on (it shrank to 1).

    In fact, a lot of the death toll in the USSR is due to Hitler and the Nazis. All of these victims of communism claims are revisionist
    excrement designed to whitewash the singular evil of the Nazis.

    I hope Russia engineers a bloody coup against Lukashenko. This worm and his regime need to die.

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    Post  kvs on Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:15 pm



    Lukashenko is a historic revisionist POS nazionalist. He talks about Belorus as if was some independent country or even constituent
    province in 1812. Typical nazionalist fake history. And he takes this nazionalist BS and claims that none of the wars that Russia has
    experienced over the last few centuries are "wars of Belorus". It was just collateral damage with no stake in them. He also equates
    Russia to all the invaders because we know that Russia was never invaded.

    The Russian government has made some remarks pointing to the obvious. But Lukashenko's regime is digging its nazionalist hole deeper.

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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic on Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:27 am

    kvs wrote:

    Lukashenko is a historic revisionist POS nazionalist.   He talks about Belorus as if was some independent country or even constituent
    province in 1812.   Typical nazionalist fake history.   And he takes this nazionalist BS and claims that none of the wars that Russia has
    experienced over the last few centuries are "wars of Belorus".  It was just collateral damage with no stake in them.   He also equates
    Russia to all the invaders because we know that Russia was never invaded.  

    The Russian government has made some remarks pointing to the obvious.   But Lukashenko's regime is digging its nazionalist hole deeper.


    Lukashenko is behaving like a scorned woman. He wanted to be in a position of real importance or to rule Russia directly and since he could not he is trying to negate the obvious in order to cause problems to Russia, even at cost of damaging also his fiefdom
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    Post  Odin of Ossetia on Sun Nov 10, 2019 1:01 am

    kvs wrote:

    Lukashenko has fully come out of the closet as a rabid svidomite Russophobe.   The clown actually claims that Belorus had no
    stake in WWII.   He also repeats all the NATzO talking points about Stalin and Hitler being equivalent.

    Of course all of it is complete BS.   Stalin never had a genocidal ideology.   And you can't compare the blood letting by the Nazis
    over a 5 year period to the death toll in the USSR between 1925 and 1945.    Hitler was targeting Slavs, Jews and Gypsies for
    total extermination.   Stalin's abuse of Chechens and others was not on the same plane.   Just imagine what Hitler would have
    achieved if he won WWII and the western "allies" let him do as he pleased.   He would have exterminated 10s of millions of people.
    By contrast the death toll in the USSR is systematically exaggerated such as the alleged Holodomor 14 million (50% of Ukraine's
    1930 population) being "murdered" by the state.   The subsequent population of Ukraine (e.g. the 1989 census) proves this
    never happened since fertility never returned to over 2 children from 1945 on (it shrank to 1).  

    In fact, a lot of the death toll in the USSR is due to Hitler and the Nazis.  All of these victims of communism claims are revisionist
    excrement designed to whitewash the singular evil of the Nazis.  

    I hope Russia engineers a bloody coup against Lukashenko.  This worm and his regime need to die.



    I know the reason for Lukashenko's strange behavior. Something you clearly did not mention, I wonder why?

    You know who Lukashenko is?

    He is an ethnic Ukrainian, that is who he is. Now suddenly it is becoming apparent.


    That is the little but extremely important part you decided to leave out.

    Lukashenko dreamed about becoming the ruler of Russia because for a few decades after Stalin's death, or until the 1980's, all the Soviet heads of state were ethnic Ukrainians. I am sure this immensely boosted their expectations. It gives a clue who poisoned Stalin.

    Belarus needs to be ruled by an ethnic Belarussian, not by an ethnic Ukrainian like Lukashenko.

    His true loyalties are to Ukraine and fellow ethnic Ukrainians.



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    This youtube content creator tends to be on the more analytical side. In this video he makes what I consider a good case
    for why Russia gets so much flack but the west is seen as a bastion of goodness even by its victims.

    Studies with primates show that giving food without demanding "payment" leads to contempt on the part of the one being
    fed to the feeder. This is related to the alpha-beta pack structure. Alpha leaders expect betas to supply them with food
    and do whatever they demand. They have contempt for betas.

    Humans are glorified primates and our neo-cortex does not eliminate the more primitive layers of our brain. We do have instincts
    and they are those of animals, of the pack variety. Of course the neo-cortex does impose a certain dilution since intelligence
    can readily override instinct. But here's the rub: the majority are not engaging their IQ at max all the time. So primitive instincts
    always manifest themselves. (That is why we have prejudice and emotion-driven behaviour such as murder and violence).

    So we have the following thesis. The Russian Empire and the USSR both subsidized the "colonies or periphery" at the expense of
    the center. For example, the standard of living in the Baltics was the highest in the USSR. By contrast, western colonialists
    kept their colonies poor and desperate. This was easily done by resource stripping, debt, and installation of local compradors
    into power. The western colonial center (e.g. UK, France, USA, ...) became much better off than the colonies. Using the
    alpha-beta model of pack mammals, the Russian "colonies" thought of themselves as alphas and Russians as betas. In the
    case of the western colonialists, they colony residents knew they were betas and put western colonialist alphas on a pedestal.

    Take India. The UK created massive famines in India through deliberate policy. But Indians do not remember this and instead
    regurgitate propaganda about Holodomor (a fake non-famine that did not touch the clowns who shriek loudest about it). Indians
    treat the 1st world with lots of adulation in spite of the long and bloody history at the hands of that 1st world.

    So it is time for Russia to cut off all the leeches and let them flail. The leeches will do an excellent job of re-asserting their
    beta character as their countries swirl the toilet bowl (e.g. Ukraine, Georgia, the Baltics). Russia needs to grow up and stop
    being some goody two shoes. Human psychology is a f*cking sick joke and needs to be considered. Of course, Russia should
    not become a colonizer parasite like the NATO west, but feeding malicious ingrates is insane.


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