Rugoz wrote:Rats leaving the sinking ship.
I wouldn't be surprised if some soldiers are hiding in those cars to run away from the war too.
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Igor Antunov wrote:I wonder how much longer Russia will tolerate NATO openly using US weaponry on Crimea?
There will come a moment where Russia begins striking NATO air and supply bases across Europe.
Wels wrote:Well now there is a real problem for Putin, and Russia. Russia as a rational partner would make an offer, but Putin with his (lacking) education, especially the non-existent knowledge of history, has no room for manoeuvering and changing the situation, not even change the official presentation and pretext of the situation. He has brought him (and Russia) into an unsolvable quagmire he cannot get out from.
In so far i am much with Igor, i take it a nuclear war is the only way for him to save face and take the witnesses of his failure with him.
What do you think how the rest of the world will think of this and react, especially China?
JohnRawls wrote:Yeah boy, torch those fucking airbases in crimea to the ground. Hopefully those were ATACMS rockets. Satelite images show large concentration of Russian aviation there also.
Igor Antunov wrote:We're winning, Ukraine sisters.
Wels wrote:"Tolerate". TOLERATE?!
Here is the full legal right internationally to fight against Russia in the war against Ukraine, since Kyiv gave up its nuclear weapons in return for the Russian pledge of respect for Ukrainian territorial integrity, accompanied and guaranteed by the US and UK.
So fighting against Russia on the territory of Ukraine is perfectly ok by international law even with boots on the ground, and maybe further.
Wels wrote:This does not even deserve a comment, but a lack of historical knowledge is obvious.
1994: "Russia, the U.S. and the U.K. pledged to “respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine.” The memo reaffirmed their obligation to “refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of Ukraine.” The signatories also reaffirmed their commitment to “seek immediate” UN Security Council action “to provide assistance to Ukraine … if Ukraine should become a victim of an act of aggression.” These assurances upheld obligations contained in the U.N. charter and the 1975 Helsinki Final Act.
Ukraine, in turn, gave up the nuclear weapons within its borders, sending them to Russia for dismantling."
https://theconversation.com/ukraine-got ... now-173481
Then this in 2014/15:
Moscow pledges to respect Ukraine's territorial integrity after Russian flag raised in Crimea AGAIN lol.
https://www.dw.com/en/moscow-pledges-to ... a-17464086
And in 2022 the russian invasion of Ukraine under the pretext of helping poor russians
Do you see the pattern or are you blind.
Putin wages a war of aggression for conquering territory to reinstall the glorious soviet union or at least it borders, he has no real education or knowledge, just a cold war KGB agent being washed up into a position where no one dares to challenge him. Not yet at least, but we will see.
No need to whitewash russian crimes and breaking treaties.
Azerbaidchan, Kazakhstan and Georgia will be next, then the baltic states.
But only if we let him. I say we don't.
I know you would like to send all the Serbs toRussia to help Putin destroy Ukraine, but this is just jingoistic bullsh!t and a feeling caused by propaganda bullsh!t.
Once more just for you, to explain what happened in the Donbas region in and after 2014:
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