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Things I've learned while observing the Russia/Ukraine Conflict

 
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Do you remember when (back in late February 2022) when the
INVASION by Russia would end soon, with Russia in a
humiliating DEFEAT to Western Power?

Here's 10 things I've learned so far

1. The modern battlefield of Ukraine looks like a
cyber-punk version of World War One. Over 1000 miles of
Trench Warfare, Massive Artillery Use, Tanks, Infantry, and now Winter.

2. Small Reconnaissance-Drones; are the new Air War
In the sky, the WWI biplanes and air battles are mostly
piloted by men on the ground, using remote controls.

3. Propaganda is extremely heavy by Western/NATO
nations, being used against their own citizens. Russian
Military Intelligence Reports seem to be MUCH, MUCH more
accurate than what MSM is telling the people of USA and Europe.

4. All Wars are for the BANKERS.
This "War" is no different.
Can you comprehend how much $$$ the USA has given Ukraine?
It's A LOT...Billions, and Billions, and Billions.....

5. There is no doubt now, Kiev (Ukraine Gov.) was
SHELLING their own citizens with deadly artillery since the
coup de te' via stolen election in 2014 under the Obama/Biden CIA.
Ukraine MURDERED thousands of its own citizens in Eastern Ukraine.
The Russian Military (Putin) entered the Special Military Operation
to protect Ukrainian citizens from being killed by (Kiev).

6. NATO cannot survive losing this "war" without
breaking apart. NATO will not allow nor admit any kind of loss to Russia.
Therefore, this war is going to continue
to get bigger and bigger with even more nations stepping
in the...stiranother do
dramacrazyjak

7. Ukraine is in-the-dark, quite literally.
The POWER/Electricity is out for 90% of Ukraine
{Russia is basically allowing 2hrs. a day of elec.}

8. All the USA weapons of:
Anti-Armor
Anti-Aircraft
Anti-Human

Have failed to bring the war to an end.
Why not?

9. President Putin has appeared healthy and well
spoken since the start of this conflict (about 10 months).
He also speaks with Christian morals and ethics.
He meets with the Russian Orthodox Church.
Russia is carefully documenting everything about this "war".
Everything, every little detail including who was killed,
when, where, how, and mountains of failed diplomacy which
Russia is building a solid legal case for the use of
'Just War'.
America has not had a 'Just' war since WWII.
{and even WWII has a fishy history...Pearl Harbor?}

Oh...and that said:

siren2TODAY IS PEARL HARBOR DAY.siren2

10. The US Navy is possibly facing naval combat operations
against Russia as well as China, and maybe even Iran,
N. Korea, India. The first battle (I predict) will be
similar to combining The Battle of Midway with Okinawa
(Where the navy was attacked daily by Japanese Pilots.)
'The Divine Wind' aka KAMAKAZI!
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I am surprised that the war has not expanded to include more players already.

Regarding the taxpayer money funneled to a non NATO country, much of it came back to the US to fund the uni-party campaigns by way of FTX and as payment to the arms manufacturers.
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The oil industry does weird near turkey ..,
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Ofcourse thanks to the boycot of russian oil,19 oil ships on ankers or something.
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NICE THREAD

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NICE THREAD

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Vote!

Who wants Joe Biden to go 0-2 for the season (so far)?

Vote!
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We have.learned Russia is no super power


In less then a year they are running to the Chinese and Iranians for weapons

And they can't beat a bunch of peasant Ukrainian wheat farmers
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RUSSUH IZ OFF TO AN EARLY LEAD FOLKS... AT 77%
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It's a WW1 Larp, shooting artillery into empty fields. Same as the other World Wars.
Stay away from the Vaxx Scene
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I am surprised that the war has not expanded to include more players already.

Regarding the taxpayer money funneled to a non NATO country, much of it came back to the US to fund the uni-party campaigns by way of FTX and as payment to the arms manufacturers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 84161597


Interesting note my (AC) friend...very interesting!

Do you mean to say that Sam Bankman-Fried who appears
to be a member of the same 'group" as Ukrainian President
Zelensky, that maybe this FTX thing is possibly, maybe,
related to the "group" somehow?

Very interesting, indeed.

Sam I am a bank man and now you're fried.

Almost sounds like Dr. Carver.
He was the Coroner for Sandy Hoax!
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If Russia doesn't win, it's a big loss for Russians as the Controllers of the Ukraine have worked for years on bioweapons to kill out the last remaining blood of Great Tartaria.

If Ukraine doesn't win, the entire world is saved.

P.S. Russia has already won.
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They’re all Banker wars .
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RUSSUH IZ OFF TO AN EARLY LEAD FOLKS... AT 77%
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82%
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Ukraine because fuck Commie Dictators.

Anyone voting for Putin, if you're an American, is a fucking traitor.
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It's a WW1 Larp, shooting artillery into empty fields. Same as the other World Wars.
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What exactly killed 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers, then?
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The longer this goes on the more the US has to pull from its pacific fleet and the more powerful China becomes in the pacific.
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We have.learned Russia is no super power


In less then a year they are running to the Chinese and Iranians for weapons

And they can't beat a bunch of peasant Ukrainian wheat farmers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1183186


rofl5
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We have.learned Russia is no super power


In less then a year they are running to the Chinese and Iranians for weapons

And they can't beat a bunch of peasant Ukrainian wheat farmers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1183186


You do realize that this is a proxy war and that all of NATO is doing the heavy lifting for Ukraine, don't you?

Is this level of ignorance prevalent these days? No wonder the elites are having their way with us.
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Ukraine because fuck Commie Dictators.

Anyone voting for Putin, if you're an American, is a fucking traitor.
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Fuck you. hf
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They stole the 2020 fucking election

FUCK RUSSIA FUCK UKRAINE AND FUCK THE WHOLE WORLD

NORTH AMERICA FIRST
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Well written summary OP!
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REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR!

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Do you remember when (back in late February 2022) when the
INVASION by Russia would end soon, with Russia in a
humiliating DEFEAT to Western Power?

Here's 10 things I've learned so far

1. The modern battlefield of Ukraine looks like a
cyber-punk version of World War One. Over 1000 miles of
Trench Warfare, Massive Artillery Use, Tanks, Infantry, and now Winter.

2. Small Reconnaissance-Drones; are the new Air War
In the sky, the WWI biplanes and air battles are mostly
piloted by men on the ground, using remote controls.

3. Propaganda is extremely heavy by Western/NATO
nations, being used against their own citizens. Russian
Military Intelligence Reports seem to be MUCH, MUCH more
accurate than what MSM is telling the people of USA and Europe.

4. All Wars are for the BANKERS.
This "War" is no different.
Can you comprehend how much $$$ the USA has given Ukraine?
It's A LOT...Billions, and Billions, and Billions.....

5. There is no doubt now, Kiev (Ukraine Gov.) was
SHELLING their own citizens with deadly artillery since the
coup de te' via stolen election in 2014 under the Obama/Biden CIA.
Ukraine MURDERED thousands of its own citizens in Eastern Ukraine.
The Russian Military (Putin) entered the Special Military Operation
to protect Ukrainian citizens from being killed by (Kiev).

6. NATO cannot survive losing this "war" without
breaking apart. NATO will not allow nor admit any kind of loss to Russia.
Therefore, this war is going to continue
to get bigger and bigger with even more nations stepping
in the...stiranother do
dramacrazyjak

7. Ukraine is in-the-dark, quite literally.
The POWER/Electricity is out for 90% of Ukraine
{Russia is basically allowing 2hrs. a day of elec.}

8. All the USA weapons of:
Anti-Armor
Anti-Aircraft
Anti-Human

Have failed to bring the war to an end.
Why not?

9. President Putin has appeared healthy and well
spoken since the start of this conflict (about 10 months).
He also speaks with Christian morals and ethics.
He meets with the Russian Orthodox Church.
Russia is carefully documenting everything about this "war".
Everything, every little detail including who was killed,
when, where, how, and mountains of failed diplomacy which
Russia is building a solid legal case for the use of
'Just War'.
America has not had a 'Just' war since WWII.
{and even WWII has a fishy history...Pearl Harbor?}

Oh...and that said:

siren2TODAY IS PEARL HARBOR DAY.siren2

10. The US Navy is possibly facing naval combat operations
against Russia as well as China, and maybe even Iran,
N. Korea, India. The first battle (I predict) will be
similar to combining The Battle of Midway with Okinawa
(Where the navy was attacked daily by Japanese Pilots.)
'The Divine Wind' aka KAMAKAZI!
Flying Bone
BOOOOOM1Defcon 9military cat
 Quoting: ThirstyMarlin!


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Ukraine because fuck Commie Dictators.

Anyone voting for Putin, if you're an American, is a fucking traitor.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 84882541


Fuck you. hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73194657


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I have learned that Philadelphia is more of a war zone than Ukraine.
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The breakaway regions claim to NOT be Ukraine citizens anymore.
Just like the Confederacy in the US Civil War.
So they get bombed and attacked.
It is war.
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Gee, TM. You’re so smart you must live in Florida. Maybe the central west coast around Tarpon Spgs? I spent some time down there earlier this year, it’s great.





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