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Spencer100

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I not in agreement that the Ukrainians can never win. But keeping Russia and China apart is good idea. His use of historical facts to predict the outcome is interesting but may not come to past.


I posted this as it was on an American site but by a Canadian.

Also there is talk of Siberian separatist in Russia.....Something that could really change the game. I could see China backing them if the central government in Moscow gets weaker.
 

The Bread Guy

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СССР 2.0 Информационная машина (with a cc to @Soldier35), you should get your messages straight.

Your MoD info machine says this (almost word-for-word on daily "humanitarian" briefings) ....
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... while fanboy media Pravda says this:
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So, how is Ukraine keeping ships from leaving if Team USSR 2.0 says they can help them get through if EU sanctions are lifted?

Asking for a friend ...
 

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I'd chirp them out, but I remember the Mad Max Engineering vehicles we fielded during the Battle of Panjwaii....
Edit to my previous reference to Mad Max…

Yupp. Us too. Totally forgot about those things until now.

Cancel my Mad Max / ISIS reference.

(Gawd, did we really have to resort to Mad Max-ery along with ISIS and mirror universe Russia? We did, didn’t we 🤦🏼‍♂️)
 

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SO Croatia seeks to expand its influence in the world. I guess 1993 never happened. Jerks
I’m sorry… but that first sentence had me in chuckles for some reason.

Croatia wants to expand its influence in the world? Not to sound like a total dick, but what influence is it trying to expand? 🤷🏼‍♂️
 

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Edit to my previous reference to Mad Max…

Yupp. Us too. Totally forgot about those things until now.

Cancel my Mad Max / ISIS reference.

(Gawd, did we really have to resort to Mad Max-ery along with ISIS and mirror universe Russia? We did, didn’t we 🤦🏼‍♂️)
Necessity is the mother of invention, and that necessity usually stems from someone grossly underestimating the need 😉
 

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Video of the heroic battle of the Russian T-80BVM tank in Ukraine in the Kharkov region. On the video, you can see that the Russian T-80 tank was damaged, but it continues to fight, the Russian tank is attacked from all sides by Ukrainian soldiers with grenade launchers, but it does not leave the battlefield.

Hey, so why was your tank racing around all alone like that? What happened to its friends? The rest of its BTG? Were they dumb, lost, or just the last ones left?

Invading another country, watching your friends die, and charging your tank down canalizing ground through fire doesn’t make you a hero, it just make you the idiots who took the longest to die.
 
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