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    All I can see is one of the boneheads humiliating himself before the TD readership. Standard stuff.

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    Lets ava Larf

    Russian Army Days Away From Running Out of Resources, Military Experts Say

    BY JACK DUTTON ON 3/15/22 AT 5:47 AM EDT

    Russian Army Days Away From Running Out of Resources, Military Experts Say


    Lets hear it for the experts.

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    And Putin wasn't going to invade, and America was being hysterical. Some expert you were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    And Putin wasn't going to invade, and America was being hysterical. Some expert you were.
    He's morphed into Skidmark 2.0 with his deflections, throwing as much shit on the board as possible and hoping he won't be fact-checked. When anyone can be bothered fact-checking and proving him wrong he simply skips to another topic.

    He has caught up on the Trumpian scale

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    And Putin wasn't going to invade, and America was being hysterical. Some expert you were.
    He has proven to be anything but an expert at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    All I can see is one of the boneheads humiliating himself before the TD readership. Standard stuff.
    Ah so you do read your own posts then. I'm surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    No bonehead it wasn't a missile strike on the arms depot- it was sabotage.



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    Sure, Ukraine is winning and the ruble is rubble. What sort of parallel universe do you boneheads inhabit.

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    Rally to the flag Boneheads!

    Only 1% of Americans See Russia as a Major Problem

    A new Gallup poll has found that a mere 1 per cent of Americans view Russia as a major problem, with far more concern expressed about inflation, bad governance and the state of the economy.

    In a revealing illustration of to what degree people have lost interest in ‘the current thing,’ whereas 9 per cent of Americans viewed relations with Russia as the most important problem facing the country back in March, that number has now plummeted.

    Broadly in line with how the media has relegated the Ukraine-Russia war to an afterthought (presumably disappointed over naive predictions Russia would be swiftly defeated), Americans have also lost interest.

    Shortly after Russia’s invasion, the issue was seen as a top priority, but now just 1 per cent of Americans believe it is the most important issue facing the nation.




    FULL- Only 1% of Americans See Russia as a Major Problem - American Faith



    I guess that explains why snubby, the well seasoned world traveller who has never set foot in Thailand, spends so much time on a Thai based forum furiously waving his stars n stripes. Nobody over there gives a fuck.

    An interesting Poll might be- do you think the over US$60,000,000,000 of US taxpayers money donated to Ukraine could possibly have been better spent?



    Of course, ever vigilant RT hasn't failed to notice either-

    Only 1% of Americans see Russia as a major problem – poll — RT World News

    Last edited by sabang; 18-08-2022 at 10:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Only 1% of Americans See Russia as a Major Problem
    That's no surprise. We've all seen what a fucking joke his military is.


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    (presumably disappointed over naive predictions Russia would be swiftly defeated), Americans have also lost interest.
    Funny that. But I'm sure Ukraine is winning on the planet Zog. A place they have no need for schools, hospitals, highways and bridges. A place where war manufacturers are rightfully held in high esteem, and need to be made even richer. A place where the Ukrainians on distant planet Earth look forward to going to Heaven for their righteous cause.
    Last edited by sabang; 18-08-2022 at 10:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    A place where war manufacturers are rightfully held in high esteem, and need to be made even richer.
    You didn’t really mean to include that, did you?

    How’s your buddy Viktor doing with his swap for a basketball player?

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    I would say that the Ukrainian deep strikes into Crimea, blowing up Wagner group command post, the fact that 25,000 troops are effectively trapped on the west side of the Dnieper River are solid evidence that Russia is winning the war.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I would say that the Ukrainian deep strikes into Crimea, blowing up Wagner group command post, the fact that 25,000 troops are effectively trapped on the west side of the Dnieper River are solid evidence that Russia is winning the war.

    Yes it's all going exactly according to plan.

    Just that the plan was fucking shit, the execution is fucking shit, and the troops and equipment are fucking shit.


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    You sound downright disappointed that only 20-25% of once was 'Ukraine' is now Russian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    You sound downright disappointed that only 20-25% of once was 'Ukraine' is now Russian.
    Aside from what Russia seized unopposed at the start of the war, it has taken next to fuck all territory when it is contested via combat, and it is currently loosing 500 men a day in combat, a far higher rate than the Ukrainians.

    But they are winning, and they will be able to do that forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Russia is winning the war.
    Russia and it's allies have taken areas, previously fortified around Luhansk Oblast/Donetsk Oblasts, plus other previously chunks in the northern and southern Ukraine lands.

    Here is one current map.

    I have outlined, in light green, the land no longer held by Ukraine post February 23rd 2022:

    Ukraine war mega thread-ukraine-18-aug-jpg

    Russia-Ukraine war by the numbers: Live Tracker | Infographic News | Al Jazeera

    Ukraine and the 16% have retreated and continues to lose more of it's land

    Show us any area where Ukraine and the 16%, have captured and held, any land .

    Until then, I suggest you refrain with your fantasies.

    The SMO, to Russia and it's allies direction, will continue until Russia and its allies decides to stop.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    You dimwitted moron, the majority of that territory aside from the Donbas was taken unopposed in the early days of the war.

    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Aside from what Russia seized unopposed at the start of the war, it has taken next to fuck all territory when it is contested via combat, and it is currently loosing 500 men a day in combat, a far higher rate than the Ukrainians.
    The comment stands. When is Russia going to continue this offensive? The battle lines have not moved for over a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    The battle lines have not moved for over a month.
    Nor will they until the Ukraine or Russian forces acquire the equipment and trained military to mount an offensive. For now all we have is both sides dug in lobing artillery at each other.

    A proper offensive requires a very large mobile element. Tanks and APCs in huge numbers along with well trained in offensive operations troops. The Ukaine simply doesn't have this yet and neither does Russia given their forces are spread out holding defensive positions.

    The big question is, will the west give the Ukraine the equipment and training capability to mount an offensive? Putin is betting they won't given the economic pressures brought on by his cutting off gas to Europe when winter sets in. Zelenskyy of course must make sure this doesn't happen. Gonna be a tough sell.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    ^^Speaking of Nazis, the Donetsk leader of pro-Russian separatists honored a Russian soldier with Nazi symbols on his uniform for his role in Mariupol

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    Speaking of Nazis, the Donetsk leader of pro-Russian separatists honored a Russian soldier with Nazi symbols on his uniform for his role in Mariupol - Romea.cz
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    Yikes. Certainly not condoning it, but I guess some fanatical Nazi types make good soldiers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Yikes. Certainly not condoning it, but I guess some fanatical Nazi types make good soldiers.
    Of course you're not condoning it, it blows puffy's nazi bullshit out of the water and makes your propagandizing look even more fucking ludicrous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    According to the message that Zaluzhny posted on his Telegram channel, the Russian army was advancing along the entire front line while increasing the intensity of artillery shelling.

    The Russian forces strike the positions of the Ukrainian military 700-800 times a day, he added. The Russian Armed Forces use from 40 to 60 thousand shells daily, he also wrote.

    On August 17, Mikhail Sheremet, State Duma deputy from the Crimea, announced that the combat potential of the Ukrainian army had been destroyed. According to him, it is the forces of the collective West that confront the Russian army in Ukraine. The official referred to large-scale supplies of Western weapons to Kyiv, as well as a large number of foreign mercenaries in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The Western countries started the crisis in an attempt to maintain the unipolar world.


    Earlier, Sergei Shoygu, the Russian Ministry of Defense, indicated that the troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the territorial defense were suffering huge losses, but the Kiev leadership was concealing the real numbers from the public.
    Oh, and there is your horseshit propaganda of the day from pravda. Sabang laps it up like the clown he is.

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    Ukraine crisis
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    UN chief Guterres speaks for demilitarization of Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in Ukraine

    Earlier, Antonio Guterres arrived in Odessa to hold talks on grain exports with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    "Obviously, the electricity from Zaporozhye [NPP] is Ukrainian electricity, and it's necessary, especially during the winter for the Ukrainian people, and this principle must be fully respected," he added"

    UN chief Guterres speaks for demilitarization of Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in Ukraine - World - TASS

    One wonders why he believes:

    "the electricity from Zaporozhye [NPP] is Ukrainian electricity" and "this principle must be fully respected".

    When he expressed no such opinion on;

    Whether the foreign exchange reserves of the Russian Federation are Russian reserves.

    Or on;

    Whether the oil from Syrian oil fields is Syrian oil."

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