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Greeted like Liberators: Ukraine Invasion Thread


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2022 Feb 23, 8:30pm   363,069 views  4,015 comments

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3925   Ceffer   2024 May 19, 1:39pm  

Holy Klinger, Batman!

https://t.me/sitreports/27902
3928   Ceffer   2024 May 21, 1:48pm  

Patrick says


https://genesiustimes.com/zelensky-forms-one-party-authoritarian-dictatorship-in-order-to-save-democracy/




"Until the Slavs are completely slaughtered and parted out for trafficking and body parts, the children have been sorted for the pedos and adrenochrome factories, every last possible dollar laundered back to Washington DC, and the Slav women enslaved and sold, I will have to remain in power to roll our red carpet for the Israeli KMaf Nazi escape pod after the Israeli account holders have been harvested. Welcome home, KMaf Nazis! If we can't start WWIII, at least we can restart on our rich soil soaked with Moloch blood sacrifices!" "I won't be here. I'll be in Switzerland or Florida or South America, but you are welcome to whatever is left."
3929   Ceffer   2024 May 21, 2:23pm  

Well, it's worth another try, anyway. Can't burn down the crime scene without the right matches.

https://t.me/BannonWarRoom/39086
3930   RayAmerica   2024 May 24, 8:49pm  

It's going from very bad to even worse for Ukraine. The smart Ukrainian men saw this coming and fled Ukraine a long time ago. They never bought into the lying hype and knew from the start that Ukraine NEVER had a chance to defeat Russia. Those left behind that will be given a gun and forced to fight at the front will only continue to add to the Ukraine soldier war dead, which is now north of 600,000!

Ukraine Enforces Desperate Conscription Laws As Russian Troops Close In On Kharkiv

Ukraine is now enforcing a new mobilization law which is being called 'divisive' among many Ukrainian citizens and some political leaders. The law requires men ages 18-60 to carry their military paperwork at all times to be presented to authorities on demand. It lowers the minimum draft age from 27 to 25 (Ukraine has a demographic shortage of men ages 18-25). And, all military age Ukrainian men abroad must come back to Ukraine to renew their passports, including refugees driven from their homes in the early days of the war.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ukraine-enforces-desperate-conscription-laws-russian-troops-close-kharkiv
3931   Ceffer   2024 May 24, 10:40pm  

Ukraine?? hacks CBS to insert message threatening Trump and the people going to his rallies, and brags on the recent assassination and attempts, shows photo of Congress critters waving Ukrainian flags (some allege this is a fake).

https://t.me/sitreports/28145



3932   PeopleUnited   2024 May 25, 3:31am  

RayAmerica says


It's going from very bad to even worse for Ukraine.

It could get much worse for everyone soon....

Warning of escalations by NATO prompting Russia to use nuclear weapons. “If the American people truly understood what was at stake, there would be protests in the streets of every major city right now.” https://endoftheamericandream.com/now-the-globalists-want-to-send-nato-troops-into-ukraine-and-use-western-missiles-to-hit-targets-deep-inside-russia/

3935   RayAmerica   2024 May 26, 9:52am  

But I've been told that the Russians are so backward that they are using Soviet Union era weaponry ...

Russian jamming rendering much US-supplied weaponry ineffective – WaPo

Kiev has had to stop using some American arms due to Moscow’s electronic warfare capabilities, Ukrainian officials have said

Many US-made munitions that rely on satellite guidance have failed to withstand Russia’s jamming technology after being supplied to Kiev, the Washington Post reported on Friday.

The Ukrainian armed forces have had to stop using some of those armaments altogether because of Russia’s extensive electronic warfare capabilities, the paper said.

The affected munitions include Excalibur GPS-guided artillery shells, rockets for HIMARS multiple rocket launch systems and JDAM aircraft-dropped bombs, the report read.

The US completely ceased deliveries of Excalibur shells half a year ago after Ukraine reported that they had been rendered ineffective, unnamed Ukrainian officials told WaPo.

The paper said that it had also reviewed an internal assessment by Kiev, according to which the success rate of the munitions fell to just 10% within several months. “The Excalibur technology in existing versions has lost its potential,” the document read, adding that the encounter with Russian jamming has disproved its reputation as a “one shot, one target” weapon.

The HIMARS system used to make headlines after being provided to Kiev in 2022, but the next year “everything ended: the Russians deployed electronic warfare, disabled satellite signals, and HIMARS became completely ineffective,” a senior Ukrainian military official complained. Because of this, Kiev had to resort to deploying the “very expensive shell” against lower-priority targets, he said.

The success rate of JDAMs also dropped significantly just weeks after they were first provided to Kiev in February 2023 as their “non-resistance” to jamming was revealed, the Ukrainian assessment stressed. During that period, the US-made bombs were missing their targets by between 200 meters and 1.2km, it said.

The Ukrainian officials told WaPo that getting the needed adjustments to the “failing weaponry” has been difficult due to “an overly bureaucratic process” in Washington. However, in the case of JDAMs, the manufacturer was able to provide a patch and the munitions are still being used by Kiev, according to the sources.

On Saturday, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said that since the start of the conflict between Moscow and Kiev in February 2022, the production of electronic warfare equipment has increased 15-fold in the country.

Russia has warned repeatedly that deliveries of weapons systems to Kiev by the US and its allies will not prevent Moscow from achieving its military goals, adding that it will merely prolong the fighting and could increase the risk of a direct confrontation between Russia and NATO.

According to officials in Moscow, the provision of arms, the sharing of intelligence, and the training of Ukrainian troops means that Western nations have already become de-facto parties to the conflict.
3937   Ceffer   2024 May 26, 11:46am  

RayAmerica says

But I've been told that the Russians are so backward that they are using Soviet Union era weaponry ...

I understand the new nipple for the Ukey fan subscribers is that half the population of Russia are dead and that Z and the Nazis will be pulling into Moscow any day now.
3938   Ceffer   2024 May 27, 10:06am  

What about Babylonian Debt Slavery don't they understand? So, here we see the redevelopment schemes for Globalist profits in addition to the criminal enterprise monies. Destroy, so that you can profit on the rebuilding over the bones and blood.



3939   Ceffer   2024 May 27, 11:12am  

LOL! War of the drone flag drops.

https://t.me/epochtimes/104216
3941   Patrick   2024 May 30, 9:26am  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/t-minus-thursday-may-30-2024-c-and


In Putin’s own words:

Concerning the strikes, frankly, I am not sure what the NATO Secretary General is talking about. When he was the Prime Minister of Norway, we communicated often, and I am positive he was not suffering from dementia back then. If he is talking about potentially attacking Russia’s territory with long-range precision weapons, even though he is a civilian like me, he should be aware that long-range precision weapons cannot be used by Ukraine without space-based reconnaissance assistance from NATO.
Final target selection and ‘launch mission’ can only be programmed by highly skilled NATO specialists who rely on NATO’s space-based technical reconnaissance data. For some attack systems, such as British Storm Shadow, these launch missions occur without help from any Ukrainian military. So who does it? Those who manufacture and supply these attack systems to Ukraine do it.
This can and does happen without the participation of the Ukrainian military.
Other missile systems, such as U.S.-supplied ATACMS, likewise rely on space reconnaissance data. Targets are identified and automatically communicated to the launch crews who may not even realise what targets they are programming the missiles to hit. In other words, the launch mission is assembled by NATO officers, not the Ukrainian military.


If you ask me, Putin’s next warning about the dire consequences was, if anything, highly restrained. Using diplomatic words, he soberly warned that Russia would retaliate against any nation that attacks it, regardless of picky technicalities like which base the missile launched from. In Putin’s careful words:

These officials from NATO countries, especially the smaller European countries, should be fully aware of what is at stake. Before talking about ‘striking deep into Russian territory,’ they should remember that their countries are small and densely populated. It is a serious matter, and we are watching it very carefully.

This unending escalation can lead to serious consequences. If Europe were to face those serious consequences, what would the United States do, considering our strategic arms parity? It is hard to tell.

Do they WANT a global conflict?

Our corporate media loves wailing about how Putin is threatening nuclear war again, but have you noticed they never directly quote him? Honestly, I am no Putin fan, but I still find Putin’s arguments clear, thoughtful, and compelling. I defy anyone to explain how any of it was disinformation.
3945   The_Deplorable   2024 May 31, 6:05pm  

Patrick says



Because they are using the Winston Churchill "strategery."

At Galipoli Winston Churchill fought until he run out of British troops, then he run out of Australian troops and finally he run out of New Zealand troops.

In Ukraine the Winston Churchill "strategery" is fighting to the last Ukranian. Over 600,000 and counting...

And don't forget the charge of the light brigade at the Battle of Balaclava in the Crimean War where according to Alfred, Lord Tennyson Theirs not to reason why Theirs but to do and die...

Don't question why, Patrick, just do and die!
3946   RayAmerica   2024 May 31, 7:15pm  

Do you remember all the hype in the press regarding Biden's announcement that he was sending Abrams tanks to Ukraine? The claim was that they will make a decisive difference on the battlefield. They have, but not for the Ukraines!

The Ukrainian soldiers are complaining that the Abrams are insufficiently armored and are easily and quickly destroyed by Russian drones. The Ukraines describe the 30 year old tanks as death traps that also have a lot of electrical problems, often making them inoperable (i.e., sitting ducks) on the battlefield. The Russians are mocking the Abrams as 'junk' that are built like a 'tin can.'

I also recall the claim that Russia was using Soviet era armaments. That too has been proven to be false. When you really think about it, just about everything in connection to the Ukraine conflict is one gigantic lie.
3949   Patrick   2024 Jun 3, 8:15pm  

https://patrick.net/post/1340336/2021-07-29-thread-for-vax-deaths-maimings-and?start=7499#comment-2069405


Is nobody going to ask Fauci about the biolabs in Ukraine?

The Russian Military claim one of the main reasons they moved into Ukraine was because of US bioweapon development.

We are in a proxy war with Russia, and on the verge of WW3, over these labs, and NOBODY brought it up?

I’ve been trying to warn the world for years that Wuhan is the cover story and the reported point of outbreak, but the epicenter of US bioweapon development was going on in Ukraine. The entire country has essentially been one giant CIA/State Dept proxy since 2014. It’s an offshore playground for criminal racketeering that is outside the scope of US oversight. ...

Initially, the MSM/Big Tech claimed the US-funded biolabs in Ukraine did not exist at all, and censored anyone who talked about them (a la me). Then eventually they admitted the labs existed, but claimed they were purely for defensive purposes. Why lie unless they have something to hide?

Then you add in the whole layer of Hunter Biden’s Rosemont Seneca owning biolab company Metabiota operating in Ukraine, and doing gain of function research on bat coronaviruses in Ukraine as early as 2014 via project PREDICT with USAID.

Then you add the layer of Metabiota founder and lead virologist Nathan Wolfe, being monetarily affiliated with Ghislaine Maxwell and the Clinton Foundation…



3950   RayAmerica   2024 Jun 4, 7:42am  

More evidence of the USA Dictatorship, brought to you by those that are controlling the brain dead Joe Biden:

US Government Seizes Passport of Former US Marine and UN Inspector Scott Ritter — Blocks Him from Attending Event in Russia

Former US Marine Corps Intelligence Officer and UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter, who is critical of Biden’s foreign policy, has reportedly been barred from attending the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in Russia.

According to Russian news outlet TASS, Ritter was prevented from boarding a flight from New York to Istanbul, a layover on his way to Russia.

No further explanation was given. The only information provided was that this action was carried out on orders from the Department of State.

“I was boarding the flight. Three [police] officers pulled me aside. They took my passport. When asked why, they said ‘orders of the State Department.’ They had no further information for me,” Ritter told RT. “They pulled my bags off the plane, then escorted me out of the airport. They kept my passport.”

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2024/06/us-government-seizes-passport-former-us-marine-un/
3951   Patrick   2024 Jun 4, 8:06pm  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/flying-garbage-tuesday-june-4-2024


Last week, without any public comment, without any public debate, without any Congressional involvement — but after “extensive debate” among anonymous aides — former Vice-President Joe Biden quietly authorized Ukraine to use U.S. missiles to strike at targets inside Russian territory.

No U.S. President has ever authorized missile strikes on the territory of a nuclear peer country, ever. You wouldn’t know how historic Biden’s decision was from reading corporate media though, which “informs” its readers the same way a worm “informs” a cabbage.
3953   RayAmerica   2024 Jun 5, 8:34am  

Patrick says

No U.S. President has ever authorized missile strikes on the territory of a nuclear peer country, ever. You wouldn’t know how historic Biden’s decision was from reading corporate media though, which “informs” its readers the same way a worm “informs” a cabbage.

An enormous event policy shift that virtually no one is giving any attention to. Incrementally, we continue to escalate, and Russia is not going to back down. WW III very well could be a reality in the near future.
3954   socal2   2024 Jun 5, 11:50am  

RayAmerica says

Patrick says

No U.S. President has ever authorized missile strikes on the territory of a nuclear peer country, ever. You wouldn’t know how historic Biden’s decision was from reading corporate media though, which “informs” its readers the same way a worm “informs” a cabbage.

An enormous event policy shift that virtually no one is giving any attention to. Incrementally, we continue to escalate, and Russia is not going to back down. WW III very well could be a reality in the near future.


Right - Putin is going to start nuking Western cities because he continues to flail in Ukraine?

If Putin doesn't want Western weapons striking Russian launch sites inside of Russia that are being used to attack Ukraine - Putin can always stop attacking Ukraine.

Just like Hamas - the death and destruction will stop as soon as Putin realizes he is fighting a losing battle.
3955   stereotomy   2024 Jun 5, 2:44pm  

The Spanish Civil War was a prelude to WWII. I guess the Ukrainian Civil War (W. vs. E) will be a prelude to WWIII.
3956   UkraineIsTotallyFucked   2024 Jun 5, 10:45pm  

stereotomy says

The Spanish Civil War was a prelude to WWII. I guess the Ukrainian Civil War (W. vs. E) will be a prelude to WWIII.


Huh?

Don't you mean WW1?
3957   Ceffer   2024 Jun 5, 10:46pm  

UkraineIsTotallyFucked says

Huh?

Don't you mean WW1?

Lol! Well, strictly speaking, it was a prelude to both.
3958   Patrick   2024 Jun 6, 11:19am  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/terminate-this-thursday-june-6-2024


Most folks now agree the Russians’ pragmatic, entrepreneurial approach in Ukraine has decisively proven its battlefield superiority over our fancy, high-tech, acronymized weapons that took decades to develop: our top-tier M1 Abrams tanks, our PATRIOT air defense systems, our HIMARS and ATACMS missiles, our JDAMS flying bombs, and our networked cluster munitions. ...

Unfortunately, the Russians — those ‘incompetent,’ slipshod, gas-station-with-nukes ice jockeys — somehow overtook us in electronic jamming technology. And then kept going, without looking back. The Russians are jamming all our toys!

Our Borg-like, electronically interconnected technology is dead in the water, or in the mud, if it can’t talk to the other parts of itself. Worse, Russian jamming cuts it all off from its handlers thousands of miles away in America. In other words, it’s damned useless, which is why Ignatius predicted it wouldn’t last five minutes against China. ...

In desperation, and because Ukraine uber alles, all those ethical concerns over autonomous weapons systems instantly became as obsolete as our trillion-dollar aircraft carriers. The ban on machines that kill on automatic has been swept aside.

It’s an emergency, dummy.

Then, Ignatius described the easy fix to the problem. The simple correction is truly autonomous weapons, weapons that can’t be jammed, weapons that don’t have to talk to each other, weapons that push the pesky humans right out of the picture. In the same way the military is now quietly moving aside the humans, David also glided right over the pesky ethical issues, which earned not a single syllable in his column. ...

Two years ago, the Deep State’s influential Council for Foreign Relations openly argued to cut off debate, in its article “Stop the “Stop the Killer Robot” Debate: Why We Need Artificial Intelligence in Future Battlefields.” ...

But the CFR never grappled with the accountability problem. Who’s responsible when the robot goes rogue and wipes out a village, or a wedding, or a whole city? Who’s tried for the war crimes?

Nobody, that’s who. You can’t expect technology to be perfect, dummy. ...

The government knows full well that public outcry will only slow down the killer robot train. The military is now moving with mind-blowing, demonic, uncharacteristic speed toward building its dystopian, robot-armed future. The first fully autonomous killing machines have already been designed, built, and delivered to Ukraine. ...

What can I say? It’s 2024. Here come the terminators, and nothing can stop it. We all knew this day was coming; we just didn’t think it would come from us.

Somebody track down that scrappy Sarah Connor and tell her it’s time to report for duty.
3959   HeadSet   2024 Jun 6, 7:59pm  

Ceffer says

UkraineIsTotallyFucked says


Huh?

Don't you mean WW1?

Lol! Well, strictly speaking, it was a prelude to both.

No, WW2 is correct. You may have been thinking of Spanish-American War. The Spanish Civil War did not take place until well after WW1, and the Nazis interceded on Franco's side.
3960   stereotomy   2024 Jun 6, 8:55pm  

HeadSet says

Ceffer says


UkraineIsTotallyFucked says



Huh?

Don't you mean WW1?

Lol! Well, strictly speaking, it was a prelude to both.


No, WW2 is correct. You may have been thinking of Spanish-American War. The Spanish Civil War did not take place until well after WW1, and the Nazis interceded on Franco's side.

@Headset with the hat tip
3961   Ceffer   2024 Jun 6, 10:10pm  

Yes, the Spanish Civil war was WWII. I was thinking of the Spanish American war.
3962   RayAmerica   2024 Jun 7, 1:56pm  

Ceffer says


Yes, the Spanish Civil war was WWII. I was thinking of the Spanish American war.

There have been so many wars it's easy to get them confused with one another.

The Spanish/American war was the one that Randolph Hearst sold to the gullible American public. Of course, that was an exception to the rule as far as how the media operates.

Thankfully, our modern media would never use propaganda in order to sell us on an unnecessary war now would they? Of course they wouldn't silly.

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