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Ukraine will be in proper doo-doo when we send them 4 inch shells for their 105mm guns.

Will they fit?

Good old Alexander Boris Johnson.

The worst leader of the worst Government we've ever had.

What next?

Bring back the Death Penalty?

Get the Tories out.

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Russian oil is still flowing into Europe , Hungary , Slovakia, and the Czech republic are still getting supplies.

The gas is is still being pumped through the Ukrainian pipe line .

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23 minutes ago, Leo Tomlinson said:

Russian oil is still flowing into Europe , Hungary , Slovakia, and the Czech republic are still getting supplies.

The gas is is still being pumped through the Ukrainian pipe line .

It's hard for some of those countries to cut of Russian supplies as they rely heavily on them.

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35 minutes ago, Zinger549 said:

It's hard for some of those countries to cut of Russian supplies as they rely heavily on them.

It flows in and flows out .

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2 hours ago, Zinger549 said:

It's hard for some of those countries to cut of Russian supplies as they rely heavily on them.

It's hard for the Ukrainians to see the West financing Putin's invasion with his high priced Fossil Fuels that NATO countries, "rely heavily" on.

 

Who is the genius that thought it was a brilliant idea to have NATO countries (and Paris Accord signatories) become dependent on the "mad", "totalitarian war criminal" dictator, for the oil and gas that would be needed to counter Russian invasion?

 

As a former U.S. President, always says, "Who makes these deals?"

 

Lol

 

 

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On 29/05/2022 at 11:41, cgksheff said:

Putin is the biggest liar since Hitler, who, infamously, used to boast to his acolytes that he has hoodwinked the democracies.

Remember, only a few short months ago, when he repeatedly said he was not going to invade the Ukraine, right up until he, err, invaded the Ukraine.....

 

Having said all of that I would be very surprised if Russia used Nuclear weapons in the Ukraine.

 

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3 hours ago, Chekhov said:

Putin is the biggest liar since Hitler, who, infamously, used to boast to his acolytes that he has hoodwinked the democracies.

Remember, only a few short months ago, when he repeatedly said he was not going to invade the Ukraine, right up until he, err, invaded the Ukraine.....

 

Having said all of that I would be very surprised if Russia used Nuclear weapons in the Ukraine.

 

Don't underestimate your enemy.

 

Putin was clear months ago what he wanted.

 

No NATO or military alliance, in Ukraine, and recognition of the independence of the secessionist self declared States of Donetzk and

Lhansk.

 

Hitler was clear when he wrote "Mein Kampf.

 

Mao had his Little Red Book, and Marx had his Communist Manifesto.

 

It's the muddled message from the West, still dependent on Russian Oil and gas Fossil Fuels,  that is the problem of clarity today!

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1 hour ago, trastrick said:

Don't underestimate your enemy.

 

Putin was clear months ago what he wanted.

 

No NATO or military alliance, in Ukraine, and recognition of the independence of the secessionist self declared States of Donetzk and

Lhansk.

 

Hitler was clear when he wrote "Mein Kampf.

 

Mao had his Little Red Book, and Marx had his Communist Manifesto.

 

It's the muddled message from the West, still dependent on Russian Oil and gas Fossil Fuels,  that is the problem of clarity today!

He still said I will not invade Ukraine, and then did.

 

TBH all that stuff about fear of NATO is just a smokescreen, he just wants to return Russia to its "imperial greatness", he wants to leave a legacy and be remembered like Peter the Great. But he's actually dropped the biggest bollock since Hitler invaded the Soviet Union.  Which is ironic because the way Putin operates has much in common with Hitler.

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