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    Post  JohninMK Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:04 pm

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    The United States sees no signs of Russia preparing to use nuclear weapons - Pentagon



    But, to keep the US on its toes, just in case if the Ukrainians do

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    Russia has notified the United States of the start of the nuclear deterrent force exercises on October 26, which will include the launches of ballistic and cruise missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

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    Post  ucmvulcan Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:07 pm

    JohninMK wrote:The Swedish MoD obviously must have bought too many.

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    BREAKING:

    The Swedish Army has finished its study on how many Archer artillery systems it can transfer to Ukraine without diminishing its own capabilities.

    The answer is 12.

    Two of the parties making up the new center-right government previously said the Archers should be sent


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    🇩🇪💰🇺🇦German president Steinmeier said that he promised Zelensky to transfer 2 MLRS MARS and 4 PzH 2000 self-propelled guns to Ukraine and that Ukraine can count on support on German support
    Mmmm queso for the doritos.

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    Post  PapaDragon Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:15 pm

    Backman wrote:
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    Arkanghelsk wrote:The darkness in Kiev is shocking
    They have de electrified the country
    Darkness and lack of electric interference also makes it easier to track hostiles
    Very Happy

    Hey that's the lard bucket, I didn't recognize him in actual work clothes and without an iPhone lol1

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    Post  PapaDragon Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:17 pm

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    A fighter with the call sign "Cosmos" is seen in the Donbass.

    AR-15 pattern rifle?

    Why am I not surprised Cool


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    Post  PapaDragon Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:19 pm

    Arkanghelsk wrote:Macron at Vatican: US Needs to Sit Down at Negotiating Table to Push Forward Ukraine Peace Process
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    The president also called on the pope to call President Putin and Russian Orthodox Church patriarch Kirill, as well as Biden, "to help bring peace to Ukraine."...

    Someone should tell Macron that Putin ain't Catholic  study

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    Post  Hole Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:26 pm

    Dr.Snufflebug wrote:
    lancelot wrote:The Su-35 also has better defenses against anti-air missiles since it comes with MAWS and it features improves stealth characteristics with lower radar signature.

    This is the main thing. Most portable AA will fail to hit it, because of MAWS and vastly superior CMs.
    Going down low reduces the reaction time of the MANPAD user.

    Russia has refrained from all-out "shock and awe", which has been met with hard criticism from its supporters. Rightly so, Russia has had silk gloves on, and suffered unnecessary losses because of it.
    For the Russians this is a hostage situation. You don´t kill the hostage to get the criminal. Sure, a huge bunch of the Ukro population are Nazis, but the same ammount of people is either neutral or friendly.

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    Post  Hole Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:27 pm

    https://thesaker.is/a-few-thoughts-about-the-dirty-bomb-thesis-and-the-role-of-hatred/

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    Post  Odin of Ossetia Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:32 pm

    Hole wrote:
    Dr.Snufflebug wrote:
    lancelot wrote:The Su-35 also has better defenses against anti-air missiles since it comes with MAWS and it features improves stealth characteristics with lower radar signature.

    This is the main thing. Most portable AA will fail to hit it, because of MAWS and vastly superior CMs.
    Going down low reduces the reaction time of the MANPAD user.

    Russia has refrained from all-out "shock and awe", which has been met with hard criticism from its supporters. Rightly so, Russia has had silk gloves on, and suffered unnecessary losses because of it.
    For the Russians this is a hostage situation. You don´t kill the hostage to get the criminal. Sure, a huge bunch of the Ukro population are Nazis, but the same ammount of people is either neutral or friendly.



    So tell me where are all those anti-Nazi partisans behind the Ukrainian lines?

    I have noticed that Ukrainian troops rarely ever defect or surrender without any fighting. When they do surrender it is because they had no other choice.

    Some defections did took place, but these are extremely rare.



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    Post  calripson Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:37 pm

    flamming_python wrote:Musk certainly represents some part of the American elite however

    If Musk is the richest person in the world (which he is not by far), and if the "West" is run by people like Musk, how is it that he can get the proverbial tap on the shoulder? Who really runs the show? Here's a hint - $25 trillion in the offshore banking system (unavailable to US persons and tax entities) domiciled primarily in former British Commonwealth countries. It's a real headscratcher folks.

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    Post  JohninMK Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:49 pm

    After the trains now it is the trucks. Got practice of that in Syria.



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    Post  JohninMK Tue Oct 25, 2022 10:52 pm

    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:What is VCO?

    And 400k of what?

    You've been here long enough to know both.
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    Post  ucmvulcan Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:01 pm

    JohninMK wrote:After the trains now it is the trucks. Got practice of that in Syria.




    Or as the western news media will report it, Russia attacks trucks full of Christmas toys for Ukrainian refugee children. . . .

    "What about the children and their toys?"

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    Post  Walther von Oldenburg Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:06 pm

    JohninMK wrote:
    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:What is VCO?

    And 400k of what?

    You've been here long enough to know both.
    Does it mean the mobilization has now yielded 400k rather than 300k men?

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    Post  crod Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:09 pm

    the germans are hell bent on destroying europe....again

    Chancellor Olaf Scholz has told a Ukraine donor conference in Berlin that efforts to rebuild the war-torn country “must begin now”.

    Participants at the conference, hosted by Germany and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, heard that repairing the damage caused by nine months of war to date will cost $750 billion (€753bn). The World Bank estimates reconstruction costs alone at $349 billion.

    “We do not know when this war will end. But end it will,” said Mr Scholz in his opening remarks. “And when it does, we will continue to stand by Ukraine and its struggle for security, freedom and democracy.”

    The conference — attended by government representatives, international organisations, civil society representatives and reconstruction experts — is focused more on agreeing sustainable tools for reconstruction rather than collecting financial pledges.

    The German leader hopes to draft a blueprint for a “Marshall Plan for the 21st century”, referencing the post-1945 plan to rebuild Germany.

    In an opinion piece for the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper, Mr Scholz said that his homeland had learned, even after its wartime devastation, that “reconstruction is always possible and that it is never too soon to tackle this task”.

    In video remarks to the conference president Volodimir Zelenskyy said those who “invest in the reconstruction of Ukraine are investing in the reconstruction of a future member of the EU”.

    But with $17 billion in funding required to cover a “fast recovery plan” for critical infrastructure, he warned that Ukraine “hasn’t received a single cent for the implementation”. Nor was it clear how Kyiv will cover its looming budget deficit of $38 billion next year.

    “At this very conference we need to make a decision on assistance to cover next year’s budget deficit for Ukraine,” he said. “It’s a very significant amount of money.”

    Ms von der Leyen reiterated the EU’s commitment to helping Ukraine both with post-war rebuilding work and daily survival, including paying wages and pensions.

    Noting Ukraine’s EU candidate status, she urged existing member states to view their contributions as a way to “firmly embed Ukraine’s reconstruction efforts as part of its path toward the European Union”.

    “We have no time to waste, the scale of destruction is staggering,” she said.

    According to the IMF, an increase in Russian bombing could see Ukraine’s external financing needs reach $5 billion a month.

    IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva said that, in a best-case scenario, Ukraine’s financial needs would be $3 billion a month.

    In “exceptionally difficult times”, she said Ukraine was “doing a really good job in making every cent — every hryvnia, I should say — count.”

    On Monday, at a Ukrainian-German economic forum in Berlin, Mr Scholz pledged to step up bilateral German investment in its eastern neighbour.

    Experts told the forum that initial emergency aid efforts to rebuild damaged and destroyed infrastructure should be followed by “targeted measures and suitable framework conditions for reconstruction of the economy”.

    “Companies need reliable contacts, quick tenders and approval processes, as well as financial and legal security,” said Michael Harms, managing director of the Marshall Fund.

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    Post  DerWolf Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:16 pm

    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:
    JohninMK wrote:
    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:What is VCO?

    And 400k of what?

    You've been here long enough to know both.
    Does it mean the mobilization has now yielded 400k rather than 300k men?

    Some say even 500k

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    Post  ucmvulcan Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:20 pm

    crod wrote:the germans are hell bent on destroying europe....again

    Chancellor Olaf Scholz has told a Ukraine donor conference in Berlin that efforts to rebuild the war-torn country “must begin now”.

    Participants at the conference, hosted by Germany and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, heard that repairing the damage caused by nine months of war to date will cost $750 billion (€753bn). The World Bank estimates reconstruction costs alone at $349 billion.

    “We do not know when this war will end. But end it will,” said Mr Scholz in his opening remarks. “And when it does, we will continue to stand by Ukraine and its struggle for security, freedom and democracy.”

    The conference — attended by government representatives, international organisations, civil society representatives and reconstruction experts — is focused more on agreeing sustainable tools for reconstruction rather than collecting financial pledges.

    The German leader hopes to draft a blueprint for a “Marshall Plan for the 21st century”, referencing the post-1945 plan to rebuild Germany.

    In an opinion piece for the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper, Mr Scholz said that his homeland had learned, even after its wartime devastation, that “reconstruction is always possible and that it is never too soon to tackle this task”.

    In video remarks to the conference president Volodimir Zelenskyy said those who “invest in the reconstruction of Ukraine are investing in the reconstruction of a future member of the EU”.

    But with $17 billion in funding required to cover a “fast recovery plan” for critical infrastructure, he warned that Ukraine “hasn’t received a single cent for the implementation”. Nor was it clear how Kyiv will cover its looming budget deficit of $38 billion next year.

    “At this very conference we need to make a decision on assistance to cover next year’s budget deficit for Ukraine,” he said. “It’s a very significant amount of money.”

    Ms von der Leyen reiterated the EU’s commitment to helping Ukraine both with post-war rebuilding work and daily survival, including paying wages and pensions.

    Noting Ukraine’s EU candidate status, she urged existing member states to view their contributions as a way to “firmly embed Ukraine’s reconstruction efforts as part of its path toward the European Union”.

    “We have no time to waste, the scale of destruction is staggering,” she said.

    According to the IMF, an increase in Russian bombing could see Ukraine’s external financing needs reach $5 billion a month.

    IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva said that, in a best-case scenario, Ukraine’s financial needs would be $3 billion a month.

    In “exceptionally difficult times”, she said Ukraine was “doing a really good job in making every cent — every hryvnia, I should say — count.”

    On Monday, at a Ukrainian-German economic forum in Berlin, Mr Scholz pledged to step up bilateral German investment in its eastern neighbour.

    Experts told the forum that initial emergency aid efforts to rebuild damaged and destroyed infrastructure should be followed by “targeted measures and suitable framework conditions for reconstruction of the economy”.

    “Companies need reliable contacts, quick tenders and approval processes, as well as financial and legal security,” said Michael Harms, managing director of the Marshall Fund.

    So it turns out that you don't even need to look to outer space to find black holes, there's one in Kiev. US and EU taxpayers should be pissed at all the money and weapons flowing in there. Why? Well, because there is no accountability regarding that money. Nobody knows for sure where it goes or how its spent. In regard to the weapons, only 30 percent are reaching the front lines. Lets say, the Russian washing machine, swedish traffic cam, Iranian lawn mower and dorito forces are destroying half. That means that a good 25 percent of stuff we are giving Ukraine is being sold off to parties unknown.

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    Post  franco Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:45 pm

    PapaDragon wrote:
    Backman wrote:
    PapaDragon wrote:
    Arkanghelsk wrote:The darkness in Kiev is shocking
    They have de electrified the country
    Darkness and lack of electric interference also makes it easier to track hostiles
    Very Happy

    Hey that's the lard bucket, I didn't recognize him in actual work clothes and without an iPhone  lol1


    Who was the character on Seinfeld that was also called Cosmo?
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    Post  franco Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:50 pm

    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:What is VCO?

    And 400k of what?

    Classified code and originally devised by someone of German descend.
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    Post  crod Tue Oct 25, 2022 11:54 pm

    Big_Gazza wrote:

    Wut?  The Russians are growing Ukies now, like potatos?  I know that Novorossiyan soil is fertile, but I never imagined....  What do they use as fertiliser?  Gallons of despair, tinged with some reality?

    Amazing what Russian science can accomplish these days!  Slava Rossiya!!  russia

    given that i'm a paddy that rather makes me a connoisseur of potatoes...these ones i can assure you, hmm yeah, not so good; most likely upset stomach after consuming - even a feed of guinness wouldnt save you from those. Best avoid.

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    Post  franco Wed Oct 26, 2022 12:02 am

    Man would a Guinness go down nicely.

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    Post  crod Wed Oct 26, 2022 12:05 am

    franco wrote:Man would a Guinness go down nicely.

    unfortunately given my disposition - it's always plural Laughing

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    Post  limb Wed Oct 26, 2022 12:32 am

    JohninMK wrote:The Swedish MoD obviously must have bought too many.

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    The Swedish Army has finished its study on how many Archer artillery systems it can transfer to Ukraine without diminishing its own capabilities.

    The answer is 12.

    Two of the parties making up the new center-right government previously said the Archers should be sent


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    🇩🇪💰🇺🇦German president Steinmeier said that he promised Zelensky to transfer 2 MLRS MARS and 4 PzH 2000 self-propelled guns to Ukraine and that Ukraine can count on support on German support

    These are extremely dangerous. Very high rate of fire, upwards of 30 rpm, very mobile, long range(40+km), much better than the akatsiya and gvozdika trash and 25km max range MSTA 80% aof which russian artillery units use. Not a single western artillery piece has ever been destroyed by russian loitering munitions, while plenty of soviet SPGs in ukrainian service have been destroyed by lancets and gerans. This proves the superiority of western SPGs.

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    Post  Robert.V Wed Oct 26, 2022 12:42 am

    limb wrote:
    These are extremely dangerous. Very high rate of fire, upwards of 30 rpm, very mobile, long range(40+km), much better than the akatsiya and gvozdika trash and 25km max range MSTA  80% aof which russian artillery units use.


    No, archer doesn't fire upwards of 30 rounds a minute nor is it actually all that mobile as the swedes almost didn't purchase it due to exactly that.


    limb wrote:Not a single western artillery piece has ever been destroyed by russian loitering munitions, while plenty of soviet SPGs  in ukrainian service have been destroyed by lancets and gerans. This proves the superiority of western SPGs.

    Assuming that's the case. Maybe that's because there are **** load more Soviet SPG's about then the western supplied ones ? Especially on the front lines.

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    Post  Belisarius Wed Oct 26, 2022 12:43 am

    Ukrainian media publish a list of serious malfunctions with Western weapons

    🇺🇸 Howitzer M777:
    After frequent firing, the barrel does not fully return to its original position, which further disables the gun; after 30 shots, the bolt wedge needs serious maintenance.

    🇺🇸 SAU M109:
    Due to intense shooting, the mirror wedge of the shutter and the sealing rings of the charging chamber completely burn out.

    🇮🇹 Howitzer FH70:
    The tightening mechanism is often broken and the nitrogen pressure in the balancing mechanism of the gun is reduced.

    🇩🇪 SAU 2000:
    The monitors of the Commander Control Unit constantly overheat, the charging system often fails; obturation rings quickly fail.

    🇵🇱 SPG Krab:
    During intensive shooting, the shaft breaks the fuse at the bolt-wedge, the bolts of the bolt-wedge break and bend;

    🇫🇷 SPG Caesar:
    The aiming program calculates incorrectly: the first shot is always undershot by 600m - to nearly one kilometre; guidance blocks fail at random.


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    Western superiority in SPGs lol1 lol1 lol1

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    Post  Kiko Wed Oct 26, 2022 12:44 am

     Putin urged to have a clear plan to meet the needs of the special operation

    If Russia intends to put in place a gas hub in Turkey, it has to control the whole Ukr Black Sea coastline up till Odessa. Otherwise it shall be used as a base for terrorism against Turkish Stream as it has happened in the past.

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