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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Translation: The high-heeled war criminal goes to buy some more 'goodwill' from one of the few remaining c u n t s on the planet that actually like him.
    Who likes Putin and who dislikes him, Harry ?

    Do share


    Or are you talking out of your arse again ?

    Rhetorical

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post

    Or are you talking out of your arse again ?

    Indeed.
    All too commonplace here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Who likes Putin
    Well, we know you have his cock in your mouth most of the time. So I guess you count as at least one.

    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    who dislikes him
    Most decent people, who abhor genocidal war criminals and love democratic ideals. So you do not qualify vatnik.

    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Indeed.
    All too commonplace here.
    FOJ

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    Poor old helge can't work anything out for himself.

    Stupid little troll wanker.

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    An opinion by an ex Russian military officer now living in USA.

    Vladimir Vladimirovich put all this pseudo-military amateurish crap to rest. Today, to the whole world.

    "
    We don’t need a preventive strike yet, because in a retaliatory (head-on response strike) strike the enemy will be guaranteed to be destroyed,” the Russian leader explained, commenting on the possibility of updating the nuclear doctrine.

    Since the West claims it has the right to arm Ukraine with impunity,
    Russia reserves the same right and might send long-range precision weapons to the DPRK and other countries, President Vladimir Putin has said.

    Putin spoke with reporters in Hanoi following his meetings with the leadership of Vietnam on Thursday. One of the questions related to his previous suggestion of sending missiles to adversaries of the West, in response to the US and its allies greenlighting Ukrainian strikes deep inside Russia.

    ”We do not rule out supplying weapons to other countries, including the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” Putin said. “Let the West think where they might end up.”

    West, a euphemism for the US primarily, doesn't think--enough to take a look at a boy Jake Sullivan whose "national security" background is in running Hillary's campaign and... well, that's about it, or at the present crop of Pentagon generals and one gets the idea about "intellectual level" of these people.

    But for those who really want to get the idea--draw two circles--one 800 km radius (P-800 Onyx) and another 2,500 km (Iskander with cruise missiles)--with the center somewhere in North Korea and what you get is the full coverage of the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan and well into the South China Sea."




    "With that North Korea begins to cover the whole theater of operation of the US Navy (its bases in Japan included) and we all understand what it all means. Yes, it is a dramatic shift in the balance of power in South-East Asia.

    P.S. Russia and North Korea have a direct railway link and a lot could be delivered by trains."

    Reminiscence of the Future... : For People Who Still Recall...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails The View, from Russia.-n-korea-missile-extent-jpg  
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    The high heeled war criminal says he's going to arm the North Korean midget.

    Seoul says "fair enough, we might slip Ukraine a few bits and bobs".

    The high heeled war criminal squeals.

    What a silly a c u n t.

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    The high heeled war criminal has been bullshitting again on his duty free jolly to Vietnam:

    Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed on June 20 that the West is trying to push Russia toward a strategic defeat on Ukrainian battlefields, which would, according to him, mean the end of the Russian statehood.
    "For Russia, this means the end of its statehood... This means the end of the thousand-year history of the Russian state. I think this is clear to everyone," Putin said at a press conference at the end of his state visit to Vietnam.
    What he means, of course, is that it would mean the end of him, and the opportunity for free and fair elections as opposed to his rigged version where ballots are stuffed, journalists are disposed of, and opposition leaders are murdered.
    The next post may be brought to you by my little bitch Spamdreth

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Originally Posted by helge
    who dislikes him
    Most decent people, who abhor genocidal war criminals and love democratic ideals. So you do not qualify vatnik.
    Forget that

    Do list who favours Russia and who do not (countries will do )
    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Translation: The high-heeled war criminal goes to buy some more 'goodwill' from one of the few remaining c u n t s on the planet that actually like him.
    Who likes Putin and who dislikes him, Harry ?

    Do share
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Poor old helge can't work anything out for himself.

    Stupid little troll wanker.
    Same to you, Harry

    Let's have the scoreboard

    You can probably do it: It's only a "few"

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    It's only a "few"
    Eighty countries have called for the "territorial integrity" of Ukraine to be the foundation of any peace agreement to end Russia's war in a communique issued on the second and final day of their gathering at a Swiss resort on June 16.


    Russia's absence at the Ukrainian-initiated Global Peace Summit has dampened hopes of any breakthrough, as has China's decision to stay away.


    Participants India, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates were among those that did not sign the final document, which focused on issues of nuclear safety, food security, and the exchange of prisoners.

    80 Countries Back Ukraine's 'Territorial Integrity' At Swiss Peace Summit
    "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect,"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Eighty countries
    80 countries out of 200+ worldwide and this "coalition of the willing" does as always include: Comores, Timor Leste, Palau, Fiji, The Yawn Islands etc


    I asked for a list of the few "countries who likes " Putin and who dislikes him.

    Or just one of those lists

    I can do the math myself


    (more than 80 countries were invited to the swiss meeting.

    Some, the non american vasals, didn't sign the agreement)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    The high heeled war criminal has been bullshitting again on his duty free jolly to Vietnam:

    Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed on June 20 that the West is trying to push Russia toward a strategic defeat on Ukrainian battlefields, which would, according to him, mean the end of the Russian statehood.
    "For Russia, this means the end of its statehood... This means the end of the thousand-year history of the Russian state. I think this is clear to everyone," Putin said at a press conference at the end of his state visit to Vietnam.
    He followed that with:

    "Then the question arises: why should we be afraid? Isn’t it better to go to the end?"

    I expect the American administration took note of that and were able to interpret its meaning and significance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Ukrainian-initiated Global Peace Summit

    Participants India, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates were among those that did not sign the final document, which focused on issues of nuclear safety, food security, and the exchange of prisoners.
    Thailand did not sign it either.

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    Just because a country chooses to abandon its morals for cheap oil and gas, doesn't necessarily mean they like Putin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Forget that
    No I won't, you are a stupid vatnik propagandist.

    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Do list who favours Russia and who do not (countries will do )
    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    80 countries out of 200+ worldwide and this "coalition of the willing" does as always include: Comores, Timor Leste, Palau, Fiji, The Yawn Islands etc
    You fucking idiot, firstly there are not 200+ countries, there are 193. As usual, you are full of shit...

    UN General Assembly, including Israel, votes overwhelmingly to condemn Russia
    The View, from Russia.-whatsapp_image_2022-03-02_at_10-58-09_am__1_-jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I expect the American administration took note of that and were able to interpret its meaning and significance.
    The View, from Russia.-cl54795-jpg

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    A bit dated helge, considering it is Putin currently waving the nuclear sabre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    You fucking idiot, firstly there are not 200+ countries, there are 193. As usual, you are full of shit...
    The 205 listed states can be divided into three categories based on membership within the United Nations System: 193 UN member states,[1] 2 UN General Assembly non-member observer states, and 10 other states.

    Argue that with yourself.


    Fact is that everybody and his dog was invited to Switzerland and 80 countries signed the paper. Fact

    Including the....Holy Sea


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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    A bit dated helge, considering it is Putin currently waving the nuclear sabre.
    Sure, but I found it related to Nev's post regarding "meaning and significance", which I translated into" sense of reality".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Eighty countries have called for the "territorial integrity" of Ukraine to be the foundation of any peace agreement to end Russia's war in a communique issued on the second and final day of their gathering at a Swiss resort on June 16.
    It appears to have been 78 countries in the end, Norton. Iraq and Jordan withdrew their consent to be signatories.

    Representatives of around 100 countries and organizations gathered at the Burgenstock resort in Switzerland on June 15-16 to discuss a possible way toward peace and other key concerns related to Russia's ongoing war against Ukraine.
    Seventy-eight countries, including Ukraine, and four European institutions signed the final joint communique of the Switzerland peace summit on June 16....

    The organizations that signed the document are Council of Europe, European Commission, European Parliament and European Council.
    Saudi Arabia, India, South Africa, Thailand, Indonesia, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates, however, took part in the summit, but did not sign the final communique.

    Brazil attended with “observer status” and did not endorse the text.
    Some countries withdrew their signatures to the Ukraine’s Global Peace Summit communiqué because they were added too early, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told on the air of the national telethon on June 20.

    He explained this by Swiss officials including certain countries as signatories before these nations confirmed their decision to sign.

    “When these countries reached out saying, ‘Wait, we’re still reviewing this document,’ which was still being revised until the last moment at the summit, they were removed from the list,” Kuleba explained.

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    None of that means shit, it does not change the fact that ruzzia is a pariah state attempting to commit genocide on Ukraine. So, keep wasting your time posting meaningless bluster.

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    Fabricated boogiemen.
    They're everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    None of that means shit,
    You are correct, snubs. The so-called "Peace Summit" means shit in the big scheme of things. People are still dying daily in that war and the "Peace Summit" won't affect what happens on the battlefield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    keep wasting your time posting meaningless bluster.
    It's all meaningless bluster here, snubby. What you, I, or anybody else posts here won't affect what happens on the battlefield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    It's all meaningless bluster here
    As our illustrious founders intended it to be.

    The View, from Russia.-49-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    As our illustrious founders intended it to be.

    The View, from Russia.-49-jpg


    Ahh.....the good old days.

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