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Re: Ukraine
« Reply #135 on: March 09, 2022, 07:57:02 pm »
I think it’s mostly the phony altruism that they love to utilize. It’s popular to support Ukraine and to be against the war, and the conflict is plastered all over social media. So Israel is going to butt its head into the situation and play as a savior to get into people’s good graces, to strengthen the position of their tribe, and of Zionism as a whole.

It’s also getting me thinking about how you have all these companies like McDonald’s, IBM, Apple, Facebook, Netflix, etc pulling their services out of Russia. Unsurprisingly, none of these giant companies were protesting when the victims of war were non-white non-westerners, and when said conflicts weren’t nearly as publicized. It’s all performative

“Beware of practicing your piety before others in order to be seen by them; for then you have no reward from your Father in heaven. So whenever you give alms, do not sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, so that they may be praised by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward.” - Jesus
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« Reply #136 on: March 09, 2022, 08:12:23 pm »
"Unsurprisingly, none of these giant companies were protesting when the victims of war were non-white non-westerners, and when said conflicts weren’t nearly as publicized. It’s all performative"

It's important to hammer in this point, especially considering that the perpetrator (i.e. Russia) against
"non-Whites" (e.g. in Syria) was the same then as it is now. Some False Leftists will also (rightly) claim that the companies are exhibiting double standards by only being concerned about "White" victims of war, but they will not mention Russia's role as the perpetrator.

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« Reply #137 on: March 10, 2022, 12:59:52 pm »
'Structured ambush': Video appears to show strike on Russian tanks
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Ukrainian officials claim the military have defeated a Russian tank regiment outside the capital Kyiv and videos appear to show a number of tanks on fire or destroyed. Retired Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton says that the video seems to show a tank commander that was taken by surprise and is an example of an "unexpectedly incompetent" Russian operation.

#Newsroom #Ukraine #News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tcUMsD4uO8

At the current rate of loss Russia is losing 20% of their invading force every month. There is absolutely no way in hell Putin is going to be able to occupy Ukraine at this point. Russia obviously needs more "manly men" or it wouldn't be getting militarily defeated by a "gay parade" in Ukraine: https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-right/right-left-(judeo-)christian-divergence/?message=11806

Ukrainian soldiers find field full of abandoned Russian tanks after invaders 'fled their post'
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Ukrainian soldiers found a field full of Russian tanks and other 'trophies' after the invaders 'simply fled' their post on Monday.

The Russian armoured vehicles were found in a field in the southern Ukrainian region of Mykolaiv Oblast.

Ukrainian soldiers found that the area had been abandoned by the Russian aggressors, who reportedly fled their post and left behind military hardware for their foes to take advantage of in the defence of the country.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine released the images on March 6, saying: 'Mykolaiv region. The paratroopers of the Russian aggressor simply fled.'

The Ukrainian Armed Forces added: 'New trophies for our Ukrainian defenders.'

In the footage, a surprised Ukrainian defender films an apparently abandoned tank before panning across the whole field and showing several other armoured vehicles.

Several colleagues walk around the allegedly abandoned Russian vehicles to make sure the area is clear of enemy soldiers.

Meanwhile, in the neighbouring region of Kherson Oblast, the Russian Ministry of Defence (MoD) said they have taken control of a Ukrainian military base with tanks, ammo and other 'trophies' on the same day.

The MoD claimed on March 6: 'The Ukrainian military left their positions in a hurry, leaving the base with equipment, weapons and ammunition. The base was located on an area of six to seven hectares. Among the trophies found are Ukrainian T-64 and T-80 tanks, armoured personnel carriers, infantry fighting vehicles, and Ural (general purpose) vehicles.

'A few metres from the car park is a large hangar housing an ammunition depot with mines, anti-tank guided missiles, mortar and tank shells, over 4,500 tons of ammunition. Some of the weapons stored on the street are rocket projectiles for multiple rocket launchers.'

The Russian MoD said the facility was probably used to train soldiers as well as house around 4,000 personnel. It said: 'Mortar ammunition and high-explosive fragmentation shells were also nearby. Presumably, various units were trained here - marines, sappers, signalmen, tankers and gunners.'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFJzJ2b9ri4

War in Ukraine: Russian army admits conscripts 'take part in operation' • FRANCE 24 English
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The Russian army on Wednesday admitted for the first time that conscripts were taking part in Moscow's military advance in Ukraine, after President Vladimir Putin vowed only professional soldiers were there.
#war #Russia #army
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pa6bsrAY4ho

Let's talk about Russia's Potemkin Village military....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DF3iRrzK_A

Beau makes great points about 'overestimating' and 'underestimating' your enemy in this video. As I've learned myself it's always better to overestimate your enemy.

WELCOME TO HELL - UKRANIAN DEFENDERS KEEPS HUMILIATING THE "MIGHTY" RUSSIAN ARMY || 2022
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Two Generals and a lot of Armor, Soldiers And Aviation, Russians Are Badly Beaten In Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqqFABfvRQg

Good point. A Ukrainian counter-offensive must be imminent at this point?

Dual Citizen Charged For Allegedly Acting As Russian Agent In U.S.
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The FBI is charging dual Russian-American citizen Elena Branson with acting as a Russian agent in the U.S. as her connections reach all the way to President Vladimir Putin. NBC News’ investigative correspondent Tom Winter reports on how Branson allegedly met with U.S. politicians and lobbyists, including her attempt to connect with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQlTovN0XyQ

Another perfect example of why a nation allowing 'dual citizenship' is foolish.

Foreign minister denies Russian forces targeted civilians by bombing a children’s hospital
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Moscow’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov denied that Russian forces attacking the country had targeted civilians by bombing a children’s hospital and maternity ward on Wednesday, leading to the deaths of three people including a child, and wounding many others. Lavrov also said that pregnant women had been taken away from the hospital days ago, despite photographic evidence to the contrary showing pregnant women being carried from the hospital after the missile strike.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0n6hXBmMwI

Russia is already facing a $40 billion default. We're only two weeks into this invasion....

War in Ukraine: PM boasts UK has 'outstanding record' on helping refugees flee war zones
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Boris Johnson has boasted of the UK's "outstanding record" on accepting vulnerable refugees.

That's despite the government being criticised for its treatment of those fleeing the war in Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=395AP09buKE

Along with Germany the UK is certainly one of the more refugee friendly countries in Europe, especially when compared to: https://trueleft.createaforum.com/enemies/hungary-v4/

War in Ukraine: Lavrov insists Russia has not invaded Ukraine
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Ukraine has not been invaded and the attack yesterday on a maternity hospital in southern Ukraine was "fake news".

That was according to Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

He was speaking as talks between Ukraine and Russia ended without agreement.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP-7-dNdbyI

LOL! WUT!? Didn't Lavrov recently say that they do not have "insane people" in Russia?

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« Reply #138 on: March 10, 2022, 08:48:26 pm »
Also, when America needed a great president Western rightists and false-leftists gave us a barbarian and Putin sock-puppet named Trump via Western democracy! And, most of them would do it again if given the chance!
NEVER FORGIVE! NEVER FORGET!

When Ukraine Needed U.S. Backing, All They Got Was Donald Trump's Corruption
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Ali Velshi looks at how Donald Trump's personal abuse of the U.S. relationship with Ukraine contributed to Ukraine's vulnerability to Russian aggression, and talks with Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (ret.), formerly a Ukraine expert on the National Security Council who testified in Donald Trump's first impeachment.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-c8Biqwy4E

Handling Of Ukraine Under Trump Gave Putin 'Encouragement’ Says Amb. Yovanovitch
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"The way President Trump handled our relationship with Ukraine when the transcript was released of the ‘perfect’ phone call, I think that gave Vladimir Putin a lot of encouragement,” says ex-Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. “It was evident that this administration was ready to trade our national security for personal favors.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NvUqnk5VcQ

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Re: Ukraine
« Reply #139 on: March 10, 2022, 09:06:09 pm »
Bolton on no-fly zone:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhVxEDzjma4

What the hell are U.S. troops useful for if they don't go along with this? Zionist invasions?

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« Reply #140 on: March 10, 2022, 09:21:12 pm »
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/opinions-anti-black-racism-is-upending-easy-narratives-about-the-exodus-from-ukraine/ar-AAUycxy

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Nearly 1 million people have fled Ukraine in recent days. But reports on social media and videos have emerged of African students and residents of Ukraine saying they are being prevented from boarding trains and buses as they attempt to escape the violence, while others say that they have been stopped at border crossings. Some observers have seemed surprised that there are any Black people in Ukraine. But there is a long history of African students and others spending time in Eastern Europe and Ukraine, including during the Soviet era. There is also a long history of anti-Blackness in these places, and those legacies are playing out today in troubling ways.
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By the 1950s and 1960s, the Cold War had carved the world into two opposing camps. During this period, many African colonies had either become independent or were in the process of throwing off the yoke of colonialism, threatening the established international order. In both Moscow and Washington, political leaders looked to education to tie the nascent African postcolonial elite to their own respective systems. Newly independent nations encouraged education abroad as an expedient way to “Africanize” their governments and build human capital, a civil service and an industrial economy. To curry favor, the Soviets offered scholarships to young Africans from newly independent states such as Ghana and Senegal as well as countries like Angola and Mozambique, which were still struggling against colonial rule.
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Ukraine was a Soviet showcase. To highlight the successes of the socialist economic model, Soviet authorities routinely showed African delegations and dignitaries Ukraine's industrial success and beauty.

Yet many African students had difficulty adjusting to life in Ukraine. They complained about cold weather, the monotony of life, lack of access to familiar foods and routine violence inflicted upon them. A deadly and bloody violent clash between Ghanaians and Ukrainians in Kherson in 1964 characterized these fears.

In 1964, a Ukrainian accosted a Ghanaian student who was smoking a cigarette. A massive brawl between Ukrainians and the Ghanaians ensued. The melee resulted in the Soviets suffering several “casualties,” while Ghanaians “sustained considerable physical injury.”

Before the unprovoked attack, Kherson residents had threatened the principal at the Ghanaians’ school “that they would molest the trainees of the school.” Soviet authorities turned a blind eye.

In the 1960s, the Soviets often blamed Ghanaians themselves for the attacks they suffered, accusing them of “disturbing the peace.” They even expelled and deported at least a few Ghanaian students in Kharkiv and Kyiv for alleged “bad conduct” and “hooligan behavior.”


The anti-Black racism they encountered deeply troubled the Africans in Ukraine, and Africans often protested their treatment. In 1975, protests in Lviv and Kyiv focused on racist representations of Africans in the Soviet media, for example. As in the West, Africa was often presented as a backward continent completely untouched by the trappings of modernity.

Protesters also criticized the Soviet government’s indifference to racist violence. Such violence was dismissed as the work of, to use a contemporary turn of phrase, “bad apples,” rather than a systemic problem.
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Despite an epidemic of racist violence in the 1990s, African students continued to travel to the former Soviet republics after the collapse of the U.S.S.R. because it is where their parents studied and remains a more affordable option than Western Europe or the United States.

Today’s African students in Ukraine are banding together in difficult times and are pleading with their national governments for support. Unfortunately, like many African governments of the past, many present African governments are unable to protect their citizens as Russia’s tanks, bombs and bullets rip through Ukraine.

While nearby countries are opening their borders and hearts to the Ukrainians who have fled, African citizens have faced much narrower, if not closed, doors and hearts. Alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin’s disastrous decision to invade Ukraine, European border policies essentially barring most Africans also demand strict scrutiny. The European Union has even paid for secret prisons to hold escaping Africans.
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Anti-Blackness has suffused most media coverage of recent events. For example, under the guise of fighting Putin’s tyranny, the Western media has simultaneously played down and erased Alexei Navalny’s history of expressing xenophobic views.

Moreover, the Western media has largely portrayed the war between moral binaries — good against evil, autocracy against democracy and the free-loving peoples of the world against those who seek a different global order. Yet, anti-Black racism upends these convenient narratives and binaries
, as it did during the Cold War. It has only been under a wave of negative press and condemnation by the African Union that the U.S. government publicly urged neighboring European countries to accept Africans.

Suffering is not zero-sum, and to show solidarity for Ukraine and Ukrainians needn’t mean forgetting those with whom Ukrainians have been living for more than 60 years. African people have become part of the fabric of life in Eastern Europe. They have made homes, started families and profoundly shaped the towns and cities in which they live.

I do not show solidarity for Ukraine. I simply hope the war can be used to improve the gene pool by eliminating as many racist bloodlines (both Russian and Ukrainian) as possible. If it were up to me, I would give all of Ukraine as lebensraum to Ghana as compensation for the 1964 massacre of Ghanians.
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« Reply #141 on: March 10, 2022, 09:28:52 pm »
I just enjoy watching the Russian military getting chewed up to be honest. The way things are looking America wouldn't even need China to take down Russia if this is how the Russian military performs, military analysts are genuinely puzzled:

'Staggering': Retired general on Russian convoy's tactics
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Retired. Gen. David Petraeus reacts after new satellite images show the long 40-mile-long Russian convoy outside of Kyiv dispersing into fields and wooded areas. #CNN #News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1g4FQMaKRg

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The bottom line now Andersen is I'm starting to think they won't even be able to encircle Kiev....

Similarly, if this is how the Chinese military would perform then I would say China too is nothing more than a "paper-tiger" without nukes. Certainly not a world super-power, nor ready to be one by any stretch of the imagination.

Russians Being Told Their Soldiers Are ‘Incredibly Generous, Careful With Civilians’ Expert Says
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Russia is seeing a new Iron Curtain descend between it and the West as Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine continues. Journalist Julia Ioffe joins Joy Reid with her analysis.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u8Ro8qF21U

Reality certainly does have a way of puncturing bubbles sooner or later....

Russia has clearly gone full Turanian\barbarian too, just like the old days.

War in Ukraine: PM's warning has chilling echoes of Syrian atrocities
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Boris Johnson's warning that Vladimir Putin may use chemical weapons in Ukraine will resonate with Syrian civilians.

Russia was accused of using chemical weapons there to help quell an uprising against President Assad.

The Prime Minister told Sky's Political Editor Beth Rigby there were fears Putin would fall back on the "Russian playbook" if the war continues to go Ukraine's way.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=808aPr8cRSM

US warns Russia about using chemical weapons
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The U.S. State Department is warning Russia against using chemical weapons in its invasion of Ukraine. (March 10)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J-zi2yEbt8

Putin: Western sanctions against Russia will prove self-defeating | 'Sanctions will rebound on West'
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Given the economic sanctions imposed by the Western countries on Russia amid the invasion of Ukraine, President Putin said that Western sanctions against Russia will prove self-defeating.

#Putin #Sanctions #Russia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIJMfdOQnk4

Let's talk about wheat, Russia, Ukraine, and downstream effects....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uy_BLhOyVWs

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Heaviest impact in the middle-east and Africa....

Russia considering seizing assets of companies, White House says
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Hundreds of U.S. and international companies have withdrawn from Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. Now the White House says it has reports the Russians are considering seizing the assets of those companies. This comes as shelling intensifies around Ukraine's port cities. CSB News foreign correspondent Ian Lee has the latest.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4EXn7AR7xI

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Re: Ukraine
« Reply #142 on: March 10, 2022, 10:44:56 pm »
"The way things are looking America wouldn't even need China to take down Russia if this is how the Russian military performs"

The situation could be quite different if the Russian military were on their own turf defending against a US invasion. Moreover, it is likely that these particular troops sent into Ukraine are among the less competent (and less well-equipped) fraction, considering that Putin was initially not expecting heavy resistance. I myself would not underestimate the Russian military as a whole based on just what we are seeing right now. In any case, it is in the interest of our narrative to overestimate Russian power, as such an impression generates greater incentive for an American-Chinese alliance against Russia.

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« Reply #143 on: March 10, 2022, 10:48:06 pm »
Good point. Never forget a defender has the "home-field" advantage as they say!

Adding after the point:
Sen. Mike Rounds: Russia ‘can't handle the Ukrainian armed forces’
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ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks to Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., about Russia targeting civilians in Ukraine, the threat of chemical weapons and NATO’s efforts to arm Ukraine with fighter jets and drones.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHG0_3cKySw

Russia has always been a war criminal! Also, Russia has never been all that good at "blitzkrieg" either!

Russia calls emergency UNSC meeting on biological weapons after claiming that the US is making it
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Russia has called an emergency UNSC meeting on biological weapons. It also claimed that the United States is making bio-weapons.

#Russia #UNSC #US
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bygX4XdeDiA

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« Reply #144 on: March 11, 2022, 01:53:32 am »
Worth a listen. Starting at 7:30 especially.  (Where I am at time of post). Vindman points out what I have before, that many politicians are risk adverse because of poll numbers and money, and that many do not yet realize we are already in a cold war that is quickly becoming a hot war.

Alexander Vindman: The U.S. Is at Great Risk of Ending Up in This War | Amanpour and Company
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Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman joins Michel Martin today to discuss the current conflict in his homeland of Ukraine and his latest piece in Foreign Affairs Magazine, "America Must Do More to Help Ukraine Fight Russia." Vindman proposes a lend-lease program modeled on the one that provided arms and assistance to U.S. allies in Europe during WWII. He also discusses how Trump and the GOP empowered Putin, and what it is like to be sounding the alarm to no avail.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySQX9HLnYwU

I think one of his best points is, there's no going back to the way things were after this, ever!

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« Reply #145 on: March 11, 2022, 02:41:41 pm »
Russian planes bombarded Belarus and accused Ukraine to open new front. All recent provocations
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Schnorrer Russian provocations
The Russian UAV was shot down in Croatia. In the district of the Zagreb city, which is called the same as the village in Ukraine - Jarun.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53jf_pwnDf8

'We Have Serious Concerns' Russia May Plan To Use Chemical Weapons: U.S. Amb. To U.N.
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U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the United Nations that the U.S. had "serious concerns" that Russia may be planning to use chemical weapons in Ukraine and could be using the United Nations to legitimize disinformation in a "false flag" effort.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCrsF3Fo10g

What The Media Doesn't Show About Western Support For Ukraine — And Can't
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Joe Scarborough and Mika Brezinski discuss what the media doesn't — and can't — show about the Western world's support for Ukraine, and why. "There's a lack of proper context in news, in what Americans are seeing and what Americans are reading," Joe says. The "massive amount of weapons that are moving from Poland into Ukraine" have to be handled quietly by the government, and news media is not invited. "It's giving Americans a skewed sense."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVgyAXMy2ag

Fmr. Zelenskyy Advisor: Putin Doesn’t Have Red Lines
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Igor Novikov, former advisor to Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, expresses his concern over how brutal Vladimir Putin will be in his attacks on Kyiv, and takes on Russian disinformation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvfO0i01B3o

Right-Wing Media Amplifies Unfounded Theory Promoted By Russian State Media
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Chris Hayes on the baseless claims about biowarfare in Ukraine: “The Russian Ambassador to the UN is basically parroting propaganda that Fox News is running with—from whatever corner of QAnon internet— to justify their invasion of Ukraine.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT06wFR_Nlo

U.S. and allies to end trade relations with Russia
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President Biden has tightened the screws on economic sanctions against the Kremlin by targeting Russia's ability to trade. He also banned several key Russian products, including vodka and seafood. Ed O'Keefe shares more details.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVLAGf9fJBY

Col. Vindman: ‘We’re Getting Ready For A Second Offensive’
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Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman says Russian forces do not have enough combat power to take Kyiv, but warns that Putin will resort to aerial bombardments of the city
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNBKpLuuYh0

According to Vindman, Putin will need to resort to aerial bombardment of Kyiv in order to try and take it because he does not have the combat power to do so otherwise.

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« Reply #146 on: March 11, 2022, 08:32:31 pm »
There's a chance Putin, NATO could fight directly, says former Russian minister
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Former Russian deputy minister of energy and opposition politician Vladimir Milov says he expects Russian President Vladimir Putin to continue his war beyond the borders of Ukraine. He said there's a 50 per cent chance Putin and NATO could fight directly.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1acSyiWzN8M

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« Reply #147 on: March 11, 2022, 09:12:41 pm »
Ukraine War - Ukrainian Soldiers Knock Out Russian Tank With NLAW In Point Blank Ambush
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Drone footage recorded in the area of Bovary located northeast of Kyiv shows an NLAW initiated point blank ambush on a Russian tank unit in the middle of a road.

From the footage it seems a Ukrainian forward infantry element took position in and around the wood left west of the Russian armor column and started to engage the vehicles from close range with anti-tank weapons such as the NLAW, some RPG variants and small arms fire.

Russian forces reacted with counterfire from their tanks and infantry fighting vehicles and quickly began to disperse after the first shoots.

The ambush occured on the E95 about 10km north of Bovary and about 5km north from Skybyn, the place where Ukrainian forces recently released another drone video that showed the retreat of the 6th Russian Tank Regiment from the 90. Tank Division after accurate artillery, anti-tank and tank fire by Ukrainian troops.

It is possible that this video is from the same battle but since we can not confirm this it also can be that this is from another Russian attempt to close in on Kyiv via Bovary.

In the end of the video we deliver some more context to the footage so make sure to watch the video to the end.

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Ambushes are complex multi-phase operations and are therefore usually planned in some detail. First, a suitable killing zone is identified. This is the place where the ambush will be laid. It is generally a place where enemy units are expected to pass, and which gives reasonable cover for the deployment, execution and extraction phases of the ambush patrol. A path along a wooded valley floor would be a typical example.

Ambush can be described geometrically as:

    Linear, when a number of firing units are equally distant from the linear kill zone.
    L-shaped, when a short leg of firing units are placed to enfilade (fire the length of) the sides of the linear kill zone.
    V-shaped, when the firing units are distant from the kill zone at the end where the enemy enters, so the firing units lay down bands of intersecting and interlocking fire. This ambush is normally triggered only when the enemy is well into the kill zone. The intersecting bands of fire prevent any attempt of moving out of the kill zone.[10]
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Re: Ukraine
« Reply #148 on: March 11, 2022, 11:22:01 pm »
Scheduled reminder that Ukraine deserves to be populated 100% by "non-whites":

https://www.yahoo.com/news/ukraine-ambassador-suggests-segregating-foreigners-180603061.html

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Vadym Prystaiko appears to believe more racism is the solution to alleged racism faced by Black people fleeing his war-torn nation.

Ukraine might “put all foreigners in some other place” following claims that Black people face discrimination when trying to flee the war-torn country, according to a report in the British newspaper, The Independent.

Ukraine’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Vadym Prystaiko, made the stunning remarks to members of Britain’s Home Affairs Select Committee.

Prystaiko said he’s aware of the reports of racist behavior against Black people — and he seemed to indicate that the solution rests with even more racist behavior.

“Maybe we will put all foreigners in some other place so they won’t be visible
and there won’t be conflict with Ukrainians trying to flee in the same direction,” The Independent quoted him as saying. “This is something that has to be taken care of and we will be doing it.”

He noted that Ukraine is a homogenous society, maintaining that while foreigners “stick out in a crowd,” it doesn’t mean his country is racist.

His very statement that "foreigners stick out in a crowd" implies he visualizes Ukrainians as "white" and foreigners as "non-white", which already proves his country is racist!

Also, as we would expect, his own face:



would not stick out in a crowd of subhumans:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/human-evolution/old-content/
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« Reply #149 on: March 12, 2022, 12:17:32 am »
Why Russia can't take the skies over Ukraine
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As experts the world over continue to try to divine why Russia has failed to capture air dominance over Ukraine two weeks into the fighting, stories, pictures and videos of Russian aircraft being downed by Ukraine’s military continue to surface. It would seem that popular perceptions of Russia’s military—which have been intentionally shaped by Moscow for years—are beginning to unravel as Russian forces pour further into its embattled neighbor.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXFDc-44YeE

Excellent video!