Russia-Ukraine War 2022 - Page 362 - Politics Forum.org | PoFo

Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...

Talk about what you've seen in the news today.

Moderator: PoFo Today's News Mods

#15243147
Independent_Srpska wrote:the life and freedom returned to its citizens


:lol:

The idea that the Russian state of all institutions could provide "freedom" and "citizenship" to its own people let alone people in occupied territory is hilarious.

The people of Mariupol, those who survived anyway, will be ruled by the same gangster regime that lords over the rest of occupied Donbas.
#15243186
Rugoz wrote::lol:

The idea that the Russian state of all institutions could provide "freedom" and "citizenship" to its own people let alone people in occupied territory is hilarious.

The people of Mariupol, those who survived anyway, will be ruled by the same gangster regime that lords over the rest of occupied Donbas.


And yet, it seems that citizens of Mariupol and the whole Donbas celebrate arrival of Russian soldiers and freedom. I suppose they like to suffer without bombings by Nazis from Azov.

Personal taste is not to be discussed, I suppose.
#15243194
The Russians have captured Berestove south west of Lysychans'k. I find its only by documenting, clearly established changes in territory that you can overcome the gas lighting by the Liberal media. In my news feed or if you do a quick google search, just look at the headlines its just, disaster, disaster, disaster for the Russians. Like 90% of the articles are just one endless tale of woe, loss and defeat for the Russians. Or look at the more in depth interviews and panel discussions, which purport to be objective analysis and again its the Russians have this problem, Putin's got that problem. They've failed here They've failed there. They're running out of time. The clock's ticking. And you're thinking don't the Ukrainians have any problems any set backs. Even if they winning handsomely you'd expect them to have some problems, difficulties and set backs.

Its only by carefully documenting front line changes that you start to realise that this world you've created is not real. Its the same world where 9/11 had nothing to do with Islam, where we didn't need the Northern Alliance to stop Pakistan's proxy the Taliban taking over Afghanistan, where Obama's expanded occupation of Afghanistan was the right war, where bailing out bank's share holders was in our interests, where zero Covid deaths was a realistic possibility and a Supreme Court Justice is not qualified to know what a woman is.
#15243202
There has always been a more easier way to get a fridge or a washingmachine for the Russians instead of you know:

Image

The number is actually around 500mil min to 900mil max but for meme sakes you can forget that it is to the upper side on the picture i hope.
#15243203
Rich wrote:In Iraq in 1991 we already had a no fly zone established. Saddam had to come to the West to get special permission to be able to fly his helicopters so he could slaughter the insurgents. There are even claims that western troops guarded weapons depots and was prepared to gun down the Iraqi resistance, so they could give back the weapons to Saddam's loyal forces rather than let them fall into the hands of the insurgents. We were not merely passive observers but active participants in genocide and the restoration of Saddam's rule. This is why I have zero tolerance for the Liberal establishment's moral hectoring.


The no-fly zone was only for fixed-wing aircrafts, according to the ceasefire agreement. "active participants in genocide"? Seriously? More like letting Saddam do his thing. Of course if the US took the side of the insurgents, all the chaos and civil war that would have followed would have been blamed on the US. As usual.

P.S. I do think the US should have supported the insurgency. Clearly it would have been peferable to doing it 12 years later.

Rich wrote:The Russians have captured Berestove south west of Lysychans'k. I find its only by documenting, clearly established changes in territory that you can overcome the gas lighting by the Liberal media. In my news feed or if you do a quick google search, just look at the headlines its just, disaster, disaster, disaster for the Russians. Like 90% of the articles are just one endless tale of woe, loss and defeat for the Russians. Or look at the more in depth interview and panel, which purport to be objective analysis and again its the Russians have this problem, Putin's got that problem. They've failed here They've failed there. They're running out of time. The clock's ticking. And you're thinking don't the Ukrainians have any problems any set backs. Even if they winning handsomely you'd expect them to have problems, difficulties and set backs.

Its only by carefully documenting front line changes that you start to realise that this world you've created is not real. Its the same world where 9/11 had nothing to do with Islam, where we didn't need the Northern Alliance to stop Pakistan's proxy the Taliban taking over Afghanistan, where Obama's expanded occupation of Afghanistan was the right war, where bailing out bank's share holders was in our interests, where zero Covid deaths was a realistic possibility and a Supreme Court Justice is not qualified to know what a woman is.


So you're too dumb to find good sources or what's your problem? :eh:
#15243214
Wels wrote:Ukraine hits Russian Wagner mercenary HQ in east (?)
"Ukrainian artillery has struck a headquarters of Russia's shadowy Wagner paramilitary group of mercenaries in eastern Ukraine, reports say."

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-62547403

Apparently a pro-Russian journalist took a group photo of some of his Wagnerite pals outside their headquarters and posted it on social media. Unfortunately, in the top left-hand corner of the photo, there was an address plaque giving the exact location of the building....

:excited:
User avatar
By Wels
#15243221
Independent_Srpska wrote:Dude, you forgot about the fake Snake island, fake Bucha, you got used to free Mariupol....the life and freedom returned to its citizens...

Bah Mr sheep. You live in another reality :lol:, is there such strong stuff in Serbia to smoke?
Snake Island has been abandoned by Russia, in Bucha the russian slaughter and war crime evidence done to the citizens has been documented and is open for everyone to see.
Freedom? Lmao maybe anywhere, but sure not in Russia or its recently annexed and flattened wasteland.
Here are some photos showing the "liberated" Mariupol, with its future citizens so happy to come there and live after the former citizens have been killed, tortured, raped or had managed to flee in time from the russian shelling and bombs:

https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2022/04/ ... pol-a77422

Beautiful :eh:
Sure has a nice touch of russian freedom, wealth and well-being. But probably better than living in Russia itself.
They say the whole Donbas looks like that now, it will take decades and billions of any currency to build this up again.

Stop russian Nazis.
Last edited by Wels on 16 Aug 2022 14:15, edited 3 times in total.
#15243224
Recent explosion of an ammo depot in Crimea, well at least this time there were no dead or so they say, so russian incompetence in handling their own ammo seems to have decreased a bit.

First time it was incompetence, this time it is sabotage some say. Or not, russian sources each tell something different.
Can't be Ukraine of course, everyone is so happy about the russian liberation.
Even Russia is so happy it almost kills itself in all this joy.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/liveblog ... a-explodes

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/uk ... 022-08-15/
#15243235
Potemkin wrote:Apparently a pro-Russian journalist took a group photo of some of his Wagnerite pals outside their headquarters and posted it on social media. Unfortunately, in the top left-hand corner of the photo, there was an address plaque giving the exact location of the building....

:excited:


Russian Operational Security (OpSec) has been very poor. The weird thing is, we are 6months into this 3 day war, and they still can't get their OpSec under control. This is what happens when a military and its leadership (all the way up to Putin) is obsessed with image more than anything else. It goes all the way to the top. Putin is always obsessed over projecting his hyper masculine bullshit image (that @Igor Antunov loves like a little gay school boy). As an extension, Putin's military will do the same. All flash, no bang. Ukraine barely had a military, and Russia still can't steam roll Ukraine. What is hilarious is that Igor still thinks Russia could taken on NATO directly. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I find it funny how the pro-Russian trolls have gone from "Zelensky is a stupid comedian that has no business being a head of state" to "he is a NATO backed Nazi monster genocider mastermind" :lol:


Wels wrote:Recent explosion of an ammo depot in Crimea, well at least this time there were no dead or so they say, so russian incompetence in handling their own ammo seems to have decreased a bit.

First time it was incompetence, this time it is sabotage some say. Or not, russian sources each tell something different.
Can't be Ukraine of course, everyone is so happy about the russian liberation.
Even Russia is so happy it almost kills itself in all this joy.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/liveblog ... a-explodes

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/uk ... 022-08-15/


Also, LOL at the recent Crimea explosion and the stupid excuses Russia gives. There is no lie on these explosions that would make things better for Russia. That's the thing about lying, in the long term, it doesn't work, and in the long term, it makes you look like a fucking moron (See Trump).

Let's see the excuses:

Negligence: If true, that's really bad for Russia. (or: it wasn't an attack, we're just a bunch of morons)
Sabotage: If true, that's really bad for Russia. (or: it wasn't an attack, our occupation isn't going to plan)
Ukrainian attack: If true, that's bad for Russia. (or: We the 2nd strongest military on the planet, can't hold off a much weaker military)

The common thread here is that an ammo depoting exploding in Crimea is bad for Russia regardless of the cause. :lol: The more excuses they make up for these explosions, the dumber and incompetent they fucking look.

Our pro-russian trolls here also look like god damn fucking morons as well.
#15243242
Wels wrote:Bah Mr sheep. You live in another reality :lol:, is there such strong stuff in Serbia to smoke?
Snake Island has been abandoned by Russia, in Bucha the russian slaughter and war crime evidence done to the citizens has been documented and is open for everyone to see.
Freedom? Lmao maybe anywhere, but sure not in Russia or its recently annexed and flattened wasteland.
Here are some photos showing the "liberated" Mariupol, with its future citizens so happy to come there and live after the former citizens have been killed, tortured, raped or had managed to flee in time from the russian shelling and bombs:

https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2022/04/ ... pol-a77422

Beautiful :eh:
Sure has a nice touch of russian freedom, wealth and well-being. But probably better than living in Russia itself.
They say the whole Donbas looks like that now, it will take decades and billions of any currency to build this up again.

Stop russian Nazis.


Yeees , abandoned, but first there was "a bloodbath", so you were "horrified", but you finally forgot it...the same with Bucha ..the same with maternity yard in Mariuopol...etc .

Do you recognize the pattern?

You , NATO fanboys, first stage fake story, then you whine over your fake story, then you got debunked, then you get quiet, then you accept new reality completely opposite from what you intended to create with your lies, then new region gets liberated and becomes Russia, then you invent next fake story, and the cycle of Nazi games starts again....

So, stop Nazi games in Ukraine for the sake of innocent Ukrainiana.
#15243249
Two of a kind. North Korea helping Russia. You really have to savour this.

Meanwhile a separate fire broke out at power substation on Crimea and a railway was damaged.

Stop russian Nazis.
#15243252
Well, imagine that... so isolated and self-contained country wants to be included in defeating USA and stopping Nazi games in Ukraine, that's something to think about.
User avatar
By Wels
#15243255
Independent_Srpska wrote:Well, imagine that... so isolated and self-contained country wants to be included in defeating USA and stopping Nazi games in Ukraine, that's something to think about.

This sounds like Adolf Hitler's elementary school of friendship and tolerance coming for your help.
Stop ruZZian NaZis.

"38,297 cars have crossed the Crimea bridge on 15th August, Russian state media TASS reports, citing the local department of road management.
This is a record amount of cars to cross the bridge in one day.
[One way, east, mind you.]
The Russian "settlers" are leaving Crimea. There are some 600,000 Russians and Ukrainians still residing in Crimea, partially because air and rail traffic is mostly suspended by now."
#15243257
Rancid wrote: [...] .. recent Crimea explosion and the stupid excuses Russia gives. [...]
Let's see the excuses:
Negligence: If true, that's really bad for Russia. (or: it wasn't an attack, we're just a bunch of morons)
Sabotage: If true, that's really bad for Russia. (or: it wasn't an attack, our occupation isn't going to plan)
Ukrainian attack: If true, that's bad for Russia. (or: We the 2nd strongest military on the planet, can't hold off a much weaker military)[...]

:) Hard to judge which of the possibilities is more humiliating for Putin.
Still this is not to suggest that a Ukrainian victory is in any way inevitable – it would be dangerous to write Russia off.
Since Putin remains dangerous to the brink of insanity it is more than ever necessary to go directly for the center of the russian naZi empire and finish it off.
  • 1
  • 360
  • 361
  • 362
  • 363
  • 364
  • 424

Russia has never been able to project colonial […]

Russia-Ukraine War 2022

What kid gloves? We've transmitted weakness for […]

So, basically what I said then. How can we asse[…]

Modern Anarchism

He used to moderate this very forum! You wouldn't […]