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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 02, 2022 12:38 pm

    Info from a channel in Kiev: We were once engaged in alcoholism with our old friend in early September, AFU general. And by the morning (i.e. very drunk) we touched this delicate issue.

    A friend said that officially at that time 46K were KIA, 12K MIA. But these numbers only include those who officially was registered in AFU either before February 24 or in June when the documents were put in order.

    All these territorial defence units recruited by thousands on the streets in Mariupol, Kharkov, Sumy, Bakhmut, Slavyansk, Nikolaev, Kramatorsk and dozens of other towns, are not included here. Until the fall they didn't even have documents. People were just given machine guns and sent to kill Russians.

    Same about police, prison officers, SBU officers, the National Guard, volunteer gangs and so on - they are not included in the AFU losses.

    https://t.me/denatofication/4385


    AFU offensive in Svatove and Kremenna stalled due to ammunition shortage: details

    The Ukrainian Armed Forces have failed the planned November offensive in the Kupyansk and Krasnoliman directions due to an artillery crisis.

    A check of the combat efficiency of the 92nd and 80th AFU brigades near Svatov has revealed that units armed with self-propelled and towed guns are experiencing serious shell starvation and cannot take part in major offensives.

    According to the Military Chronicle, the biggest shortages are related to artillery shells of 122 and 152 mm caliber, as well as the delivery and use of shells of NATO caliber (155 mm). The ammunition situation is particularly difficult in units using 203 mm Pion guns. Shells for these guns were not produced in Ukraine, and their quantity was strictly limited.

    Production of artillery ammunition of Soviet calibers at the Artem plant in Kyiv is currently impossible. The company cannot operate in the context of Ukraine's energy shortage and constant missile attacks on the country's military infrastructure.

    The situation is different in the 25th and 95th brigades of the AFU near Novovovodnoye (35 km north of Kremenna). The units are depleted due to high casualties and the deterioration of guns. Approximately 30-40% of self-propelled and towed guns have been destroyed or require repair, while another 30% have already been sent for repair and taken out of service. For the remaining 155mm shells, the AFU units near Kremenna are short of guns.

    Due to artillery shortages, the AFU is not receiving modern weapons, but foreign M101 105mm caliber guns have been produced since 1941. Shells for these guns are not effective enough and are consumed 15 times faster than 152mm ammunition, which only adds to the shortage of ammunition.

    The AFU cannot promptly replenish ammunition from old depots in the nearest regions: most of the RAW depots in Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv, Sumy, Kyiv, and Chernihiv regions have been destroyed by high-precision weaponry.

    The shells that manage to reach artillery units have expired shelf lives. The newest ammunition with a long shelf life was produced in the late 1980s and shows signs of casing deterioration, leading to incidents. Since the beginning of October, the howitzer division of the 25th Airborne Troops Brigade has recorded at least three fatal incidents involving a projectile rupture in the breech casing of the 122mm D-30 gun.

    The redistribution of shells and guns between units on the Kremenna-Svatovo line is hampered by the November muddy weather, a shortage of heavy equipment to transport ammunition, and the activity of Russian Orlan-30 drones, which target surviving AFU convoys with rocket artillery and Su-25 attack aircraft, depriving Ukrainian forces of the ability to form a striking grouping.

    https://t.me/milchronicles/1352

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    Post  Hole Fri Dec 02, 2022 1:33 pm

    Mr. Lavrov at a presser when asked why Russia targets civilian infrastructure in Ukraine including the territory it claims their own: "We were bombing Nazis in Stalingrad, too."
    thumbsup

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    Post  Hole Fri Dec 02, 2022 1:46 pm

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    New stuff coming
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    Visit by the head of Crimea
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    lol1

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    Post  Hole Fri Dec 02, 2022 1:46 pm

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    Mariupol

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    Post  Podlodka77 Fri Dec 02, 2022 3:41 pm

    To Garry

    Where did I say you could not reply with your opinion?


    No Garry, that message wasn't about you, it was about me not wanting to keep quiet about HIS writing.
    I was just about to add that the Russians supplied their army with more T-72B3 tanks, but Franco was faster.

    December 2, 15:23
    Military operation in Ukraine

    Putin admired the fighters who were not afraid to fight for themselves and other people in the Donbass

    NOVO-OGAREVO, December 2. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed admiration for the fighters who, risking their lives and health, were not afraid to fight for themselves and for other people in the Donbass.

    On Friday, the head of state, during a meeting with people with disabilities and representatives of public organizations, addressed the former fighter of the Somalia battalion, who received a disability as a result of a mine fragmentation wound in the DPR in 2015. “First of all, I want to express my admiration for strong people like you who were not afraid to fight for themselves, for other people, risking their lives and their health,” Putin said.
    The fighter told the president that after being wounded, together with his wife, he started his own business of knitting toys and other things. “But since you are a historian and political scientist, and a person with such a difficult fate, a strong spirit, of course, your opportunities, your abilities and education could be used in a different way if the work was organized accordingly,” Putin said. In particular, he supported the idea of ​​the military to create rehabilitation centers for citizens wounded as a result of hostilities, with appropriate medical and psychological support, as well as assistance in further employment.

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    Post  AMCXXL Fri Dec 02, 2022 4:25 pm

    @kvs

    If 20,000 civilians have died since February 24, then most of them by a factor of several (based on Mariupol) are
    the victims of the Kiev regime.

    and even the civilian people killed in Kuev or Lvov was the ukrainian air defence

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    Post  ALAMO Fri Dec 02, 2022 4:30 pm

    @ cemeteries and already meme "9000" that turned to be "9000-12500-13000" only yesterday in Podolyak entry Embarassed

    https://t.me/intelslava/42174

    Only one village, only October, ending with "they have no more spa..." ... What "spa..." could mean, my fellow English native speakers? scratch

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 02, 2022 4:37 pm

    Almost certainly "space" as in room for more, as opposed to sending the 200's into space. Very Happy

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 02, 2022 4:39 pm

    More on Zaporizhzhia from MoA poster:-

    Four of six reactors in cold shutdown - fuel is below boiling point, control rods fully inserted, reactor vessel can be depressurized and opened for refueling, repairs, etc.
    Two reactors in normal or warm shutdown (#4 and #6?) - fuel is still hot but fission is very low (control rods almost fully inserted). Rosatom, current operator, announced last week that these two reactors would be brought back into full operation (soon?).

    Old Zaporizhzhia plant director fired by Rosatom, who has now promoted one of the senior engineers to the director position. Energoatom (former plant operator), in turn, fired this engineer (!) and labeled him a traitor to Ukraine. Not that this matters - Energoatom hasn't paid employees in months.

    Rosatom asked all plant employees to sign new employment contracts with them, as they are the current operators. Which means better salaries and payment in a useable currency, Russian rubles, not the nearly-worthless Ukraine hryvnia. For normal employment administration and security, Rosatom will not let non-employees in the nuclear plant, so those former Energoatom employees refusing to sign on to Rosatom employment (to avoid being labeled as traitors and collaborators by Ukraine) are effectively quitting. Rosatom apparently isn't requiring Russian citizenship as a condition of employment, although many employees and their families have already applied.

    No reports yet on how many will stay on vs. quit, but the vast majority of current plant employees are thought to be staying and signing new Rosatom contracts, much to the horror of Energoatom and Zelensky's administration. The handful of Zelensky 'loyalists' have long since departed the plant and their homes in Enerhodar for Ukraine-held territory. Zaporizhzhia NPP previously employed 11,000 workers, no reports of how many there are today.

    The Ukrainian Energy Ministery (headed by German Galushchenko), Ukraine's power distribution operator, Ukrenergo (CEO Vladimir Kudritsky) and Ukraine's nuclear operator (Peter Kotin) are thoroughly mobbed-up and are the main players in endemic corruption of the industry. Loss of Zaporizhzhia represents the loss of a huge stream of grift and bribes that these guys depended on, as well as an entire other web of organized crime/government parasites and moochers. Dangerous because these clowns are tied to many other western organized crime clans/governments that live off of the skim from their nuclear and power generation loans/grants/aid to Ukraine.

    Posted by: PavewayIV | Dec 1 2022 21:36 utc | 66

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 02, 2022 5:08 pm

    #Chronicle of the Special Military Operation for 1 Dec 2022⚡

    ♦#Belgorod Region:

    ▪ Ukrainian militants shelled populated areas in Valuysky urban district, damaging residential buildings, the House of Culture and a kindergarten.

    ▪ The enemy struck civilian facilities in the village of #Murom, Shebekinsky urban district, one man was injured.

    ♦#Kursk Region:

    ▪ A Ukrainian drone dropped an explosive device on the village of #Tetkino, disrupting a substation. There are no casualties or injuries.

    ♦#Starobelsk Direction:

    No significant changes on the frontline.

    ▪ In the #Kupyansk sector, the AFU militants are preparing for another attack on Russian positions near #Kuzemovka.

    ▪ In the #Lyman sector, the Ukrainian command is replenishing losses after several failed attack attempts and conducting a reconnaissance of Russian positions near #Ploshchanka and #Chervonopopovka.

    ▪ Artillery duels continue along the entire line of contact. Russian artillery struck enemy positions in #Berestovoye, #Stelmakhovka, #Druzhelyubovka and #Torskoye.

    ♦#Soledar Direction:

    ▪ In the #Bakhmut area, the Ukrainian command is reinforcing with additional troops and trying to stop the advance of Russian forces. The 16th Battalion of the 58th Separate Motorized Infantry Brigade has been redeployed from the #Orekhov area (#Zaporozhye direction).

    ▪ South of #Bakhmut (#Artemovsk), Wagner PMC assault troops and fighters of the DPR People's Militia complete the cleaning of areas adjacent to #Kurdyumovka.

    ♦#Lugansk People's Republic:

    ▪ Enemy militants shelled civilian infrastructure of #Svatovo town with HIMARS MLRS.

    ♦#Donetsk Direction:

    ▪ Russian units continue fighting against Ukrainian militants entrenched in the centre of #Maryinka.

    ▪ Enemy militants have shelled populated areas of #Donetsk agglomeration with barrel and rocket artillery. Civilian facilities in #Donetsk, #Ilovaysk, #Kashtanovoye, #Zaitsevo, #Gorlovka and #Golmovsky have been hit. There are civilian casualties.

    ♦#Zaporozhye Direction (MAP):

    ▪ The Ukrainian command forms a troop grouping and conducts combat coordination with the units arriving from the #Kherson direction.

    ▪ On the #Poltavka - #Malinovka line, AFU assault groups supported by "roving" mortars conduct sorties against Russian positions.

    ▪ Enemy drones are scouting the frontline, while Ukrainian informers in the Russian-controlled part of the #Zaporozhye region are monitoring the movements of the Russian army.

    ▪ Russian artillery hit AFU staging areas in #Orekhov, #Novoandreyevka and #Gulyaypole.

    ▪ Another 50/50 exchange of prisoners of war took place in #Zaporozhye region. Among the fighters who returned to Russia are 12 servicemen from the DPR and 8 from the LPR.

    ♦#Kherson Direction on Southern Front:

    ▪ Russian artillery worked on enemy positions in #Respublikanets, #Matrosovka, #Chernobaevka and also hit targets in #Kherson.


    https://t.me/sitreports/1504

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 02, 2022 6:44 pm

    No doubt this will increase in the background.

    On the white nationalist Steve Sailer blog, someone left this comment about unusual activity at Arlington.

    "I’ve got a relative buried at Arlington and when visiting the grave a few weeks ago I noticed some burials going on that caught my attention. Judging from the full military honors burial and assessing the family present I’m guessing the USN has/had some sheep-dipped special operators in Ukraine."


    I can't access this but it may be of interest to others here.

    Here are several articles from supressa.ru that discuss RF satellite capabilities and protocols regarding satellite use for war purposes:

    (1)Russian top-secret inspector satellites seriously scare the Pentagon https://svpressa-ru.translate.goog/war21/article/351469/?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc

    (2) War in space: "Exchange of satellites" with the United States is unprofitable for Russia https://svpressa-ru.translate.goog/war21/article/353923/?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc

    Supressa is a very good source for a lot of things pertaining to the SMO. Many good articles. The problem is they are written in Russian. So you need to convert them to English using a translator. I use the Google Translator. As you can see in the above addresses, the translator is already embedded in the addresses. Theoretically, you should be able to copy the links to an address bar, and the result should be the Supressa article in English.

    However, in my browser Google will not translate the article unless I use a VPN located outside the US (preferably Asia). If I try to download the article without using the VPN, a message displays from Google saying "we could not translate that article."

    So to download the article, open a new page. Activate your VPN with an Asia address. Then copy the above address to the address bar and hit Enter. The article should download.

    Regarding Supressa, on every page there is a black bar across the top of the page. One of the entries in this bar is "Armies and Wars." Open that title up in a new page and you'll find all kinds of articles every day about the war, including a day by day blow by blow account of what happened that day by time stamp. Very good. And so long as you open a link from your original page that was translated and you have maintained your Asian VPN, all new opened links will appear translated, after initially showing in Russian.

    Posted by: Kellen Cramer

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 02, 2022 7:39 pm

    Excellent if true, but software where?

    "Russian air defense systems will now have no problem detecting and destroying missiles fired from US-made High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) due to new software, RIA Novosti reported on Friday, citing an unnamed Russian military commander."

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    Post  Hole Fri Dec 02, 2022 8:13 pm

    https://thesaker.is/the-goldilocks-war/
    Excellent piece by Orlov about the speed of the SMO

    Quote from the russian propaganda outlet FT ( Wink):
    During intense fighting in the eastern Donbas region this summer, Russia used more ammunition in two days than the British military has in stock.

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    Sobyanin visited the frontline
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    Burial, can´t say exactly when it took place but definetly not in 1944.
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    Going great in "Bakhmut"

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    Post  Big_Gazza Sat Dec 03, 2022 12:32 am

    Nomadski wrote:Prisoners of war are subject to Geneva convention , however , I think that Orc prisoners should be identified and photographed and released only on condition that they will not return to active duty . If they are recaptured again a second time , then I think no more release or exchange for them . Best to rehabilitate them by education , away from extremism . Education classes can be cheap and effective , something they lack in their own society .

    That will only work with rank and file Ukrainians who have been conscripted and who are/were not nationalists prior to start of war. Even then, the hardships experienced from being on the wrong side of history might have permanenetly turned them into enemies who can't be redeemed. The important aim is to recover Russian citizens from the clutches of the Ukrogestapo. The trade only works if Russia accepts the risk of orcs returning to the enemies ranks. I do think however that Russian-ethnic Ukrainians who were drafted and captured should be given the option to seek asylum. Those who accept go into a camp and get processed to evaluate their risk level, then interred until wars end.

    The worst of the Nazis however need to frog-marched out behind the prison and capped in the head 3x times. Rapid dogs need to be put down. Same with Banderite psychos.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Sat Dec 03, 2022 1:40 am

    Hole wrote:https://thesaker.is/the-goldilocks-war/
    Excellent piece by Orlov about the speed of the SMO

    Yes, very good article.

    I liked this paragraph especally, but there are many other goodies to enjoy   thumbsup

    To be fair, the Russian tactical cat-and-mouse games in this conflict has been nothing short of infuriating.

    The Russians spent some time rolling around Kiev to draw Ukrainian troops away from the Donbass and prevent a Ukrainian attack on it; once that was done, they withdrew. Great Ukrainian victory!

    They also spent some time tooling around the Black Sea coastline near Odessa, threatening a sea invasion, to draw off Ukrainian forces in that direction, but never invaded. Another Ukrainian victory!

    The Russians occupied a large chunk of Kharkov region that the Ukrainians left largely undefended, then, when the Ukrainians finally paid attention to it, partially withdrew behind a river to conserve resources. Yet another Ukrainian victory!

    The Russians occupied/liberated the regional capital of Kherson, evacuated all the people who wanted to be evacuated, then withdrew to a defensible position behind a river. Victory again!

    With all these Ukrainian victories, it is truly a wonder that the Russians have managed to gain around 100[000]km2 of the former Ukraine’s most valuable real estate, over 6 million in population, secured a land route to Crimea and opened up a vital canal that supplies irrigation water to it and which the Ukrainians had blocked some years ago. That doesn’t seem like s defeat at all; that looks like an excellent result from a single, limited summer campaign.

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    Post  kvs Sat Dec 03, 2022 2:16 am

    The Banderite disease is Ukraine's main problem. They have corrupted its national identity. If Ukraine had balanced nationalism
    it would still be intact. But the vermin that drive the discourse can't help themselves and wallow in hate and froth at the mouth
    with rabid intolerance. I know that tolerance has been hijacked in the west by perverts and degenerate lunatics rotting it but
    you cannot have a viable society if you can't treat citizens fairly. The Ukraine conflict is the direct result of the Banderite
    intolerance.

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    Post  GarryB Sat Dec 03, 2022 2:58 am

    The fighter told the president that after being wounded, together with his wife, he started his own business of knitting toys and other things. “But since you are a historian and political scientist, and a person with such a difficult fate, a strong spirit, of course, your opportunities, your abilities and education could be used in a different way if the work was organized accordingly,” Putin said. In particular, he supported the idea of ​​the military to create rehabilitation centers for citizens wounded as a result of hostilities, with appropriate medical and psychological support, as well as assistance in further employment.

    When was the last time we read about a western leader talking about support and rehabilitation for ex soldiers wounded in combat or civilians similarly injured getting support and employment?

    I would think soldiers who lose legs would be ideal candidates for missions in space... on a space station legs are dead weight and increase the volume a human occupies on board vessels that have restricted internal space.

    Obviously new space suits would need to be adapted, and some changes made but men and women with no legs would save money and space and actually be able to move around better in a zero gravity environment because of their reduced length and weight... (in zero gravity you use your hands to grab and hold yourself in place and you push off with your hands to move around the station... legs just tend to hang out behind you and do very little except get in the way much of the time...).

    Only one village, only October, ending with "they have no more spa..." ... What "spa..." could mean, my fellow English native speakers?

    Sounds like a good maths problem PD... how many graves can you dig in frozen black rich soil before the Spade breaks and you need to start using another one... how many graves can you dig before you run out of spades?

    Excellent if true, but software where?

    Most likely a software upgrade for tracking radar, probably with algorithms that track the incoming missiles but are aware of the manouver performance of the missiles themselves when aligning themselves to their targets coordinates... what would likely happen is that the HIMARs rockets are launched on a flight profile to maximise range so perhaps three quarters of the way to the target it might turn to change its trajectory to get closer to the actual target coordinates and then later as it is falling it will check its trajectory to get as close as possible to the coordinates of the point of aim... for a SAM system tracking the rockets should not be a problem but knowing the trajectory adjustment capacity of the missile which they will likely now better understand having tracked them and likely recovered some with their structure intact, they could better model the sort of manouvers the missiles are capable of which would mean launching the intercepting SAM to a much better place to intercept the rocket and making interception easier.

    They have been shooting down enormous numbers of all sorts of rockets and shells, this upgrade should mean more reliable kills to greater distances of HIMARS rockets making the SAMs more effective and more efficient in their job.

    I know that tolerance has been hijacked in the west by perverts and degenerate lunatics rotting it but
    you cannot have a viable society if you can't treat citizens fairly. The Ukraine conflict is the direct result of the Banderite
    intolerance.

    The irony is that the west is the least tolerant of others, and has committed more crimes than any other group simply because they had the power to do so and they did.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Sat Dec 03, 2022 3:06 am

    GarryB wrote:Sounds like a good maths problem PD... how many graves can you dig in frozen black rich soil before the Spade breaks and you need to start using another one... how many graves can you dig before you run out of spades?

    More to the point, how many graves can you dig before you run out of people to dig them?

    Damn these Nazi bastards and the Western cnts who support them. So many decent people are going to die before this disgusting regime and its perverted ideology is crushed. History does repeat itself, not just rhyme.

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    Post  billybatts91 Sat Dec 03, 2022 3:16 am

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    Post  SeigSoloyvov Sat Dec 03, 2022 9:27 am

    You can claim Ukraine is running out of bodies but that clearly isn't the case, why do people keep repeating this false myth I don't know.
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    Post  Erk Sat Dec 03, 2022 9:36 am

    SeigSoloyvov wrote:

    You can claim Ukraine is running out of bodies but that clearly isn't the case, why do people keep repeating this false myth I don't know.


    Because "running out" does not mean "has run out", and we certainly know they are running out.

    A myth is a a widely held, but false, belief or idea.
    Therefore a "false myth" means it's true, that's called a double negative.

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    Post  Podlodka77 Sat Dec 03, 2022 9:42 am

    The chance for Seig to figure something out is equivalent to a human trip to some nearby star system in the Milky Way. No

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    Post  SeigSoloyvov Sat Dec 03, 2022 9:44 am

    No, they aren't running out, You guys have been saying this for months and Ukraine has no problem massing troops, now maybe if a million plus where dead, I'd agree but only 100k? that's not enough deaths for Ukraine to be running out of men. With Ukraine's current population they will have no problems getting more men after only 100k KIA. You will need to kill waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay more then that to start seeing manpower problems.

    Also wrong, a myth is sometimes true or has elements of truth but yes is sometimes false as well. You don't seem to know what a myth is.


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    Post  SeigSoloyvov Sat Dec 03, 2022 9:45 am

    "The chance for Seig to figure something out is equivalent to a human trip to some nearby star system in the Milky Way. No"

    See now this is flamebaiting from the man child, the second someone says something he doesn't like he lashes out.

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    Post  Podlodka77 Sat Dec 03, 2022 9:52 am

    I was not wrong, Seig, a man cannot explain anything to you even if he tries to draw it for you.
    And how long can all this last; destruction of the energy and industrial sectors, depopulation (refugees), massive destruction of the Ukroshitsan army..
    One FIFTH of the population has already left Ukroshitstan, while another FIFTH of the population is already in the liberated areas and in Crimea.
    Even a mule would understand this, I'm convinced - did you succeed unshaven ?

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