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    Of course she's rare.

    That's why you won't find many videos like this of mothers dressing down recruitment officers.

    That's why even the ones who do speak out or protest in some mild manner tread carefully, unlike the woman in the video who just says it like it is regardless of the consequences.
    No she is NOT rare.
    You are looking in the wrong part of Russia.
    Do you know WHERE to look?

    The press and cellphones will be much rarer if you know where these poor non ethnic Russian kids come from.
    Siberia and the East. Thats where they come from, the casualties. The meat for the grinder.
    Where is your picture from? It is most likely not from the regions I mentioned.

    Take a think.
    When did Vietnam start getting in the press?



    Take a look.

    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/ru...war-in-ukraine

    Now as the war drags on, thats where Putin is going to start having problems. When the kids start coming from Moscow in large numbers and are sent to be ground meat, you will get more pictures like yours.

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    UKraine M1 tanks removed from front lines after getting clobbered by Russian drones
    The timing of Western help has been pitiful.

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    No she is NOT rare.
    You are looking in the wrong part of Russia.
    Do you know WHERE to look?

    The press and cellphones will be much rarer if you know where these poor non ethnic Russian kids come from.
    Siberia and the East. Thats where they come from, the casualties. The meat for the grinder.
    Where is your picture from? It is most likely not from the regions I mentioned.

    Take a think.
    When did Vietnam start getting in the press?



    Take a look.

    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/ru...war-in-ukraine

    Now as the war drags on, thats where Putin is going to start having problems. When the kids start coming from Moscow in large numbers and are sent to be ground meat, you will get more pictures like yours.
    Vietnam was never our dirt.
    Ukraine is Russia's dirt.

    Let us proceed...

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    The timing of Western help has been pitiful.
    I just hope & pray the Ukrainian upper crust whacks up a goodly portion of that $60 billion at the first...then abs-combs with same to sunny climbs.

    Bon-voyage!!!

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    (continued from above by Dale.)

    Utility workers clean up the aftermath of an overnight Russian rocket attack in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on April 27.
    Stringer/Anadolu via Getty Images

    [[[Criticism of military communications

    With withdrawals and losses ac ulating, military bloggers such as Myroshnykov and the DeepState site have both taken aim at official Ukrainian communications, accusing the armed forces of increasingly unrealistic updates from the battlefield.
    DeepState, in a post on Telegram, published a graphic video of a Russian soldier being killed in a drone strike in the village of Soloviove – but used the clip to argue that isolated incidents can mask the bigger picture, which it accused the military of doing as well.
    “You can watch with pleasure forever the video of a Russian (soldier) being torn to pieces,” DeepState wrote, “but nearby there is another location that requires attention: Muscovites calmly moving around the village, keeping it under control. The (Ukrainian) Defense Forces inflict fire damage on them, and one can repeat at least a billion times (on national television) that two-thirds of the village is under the control of the Ukrainian military, but the picture of reality is completely different.”
    That assessment – that two-thirds of Soloviove village was under Ukrainian control – was made by Nazar Voloshyn, spokesperson of the Khortytsia operational-strategic group, on Ukrainian TV on Saturday. Nearby Ocheretyne was also still two-thirds controlled by Ukraine, which had things in hand, he said.
    For its part, DeepState sees it differently, assessing that Russian troops have been in control of the center of Ocheretyne village, including the railway station, for at least three days. Last week, the monitoring site made a similar complaint against the military accusing “some spokespersons” of incompetence.
    Ukrainian army chief Syrskyi appeared to address those concerns in his Telegram post on Sunday suggesting that misunderstandings were due to the fluidity of developments.
    “There is a dynamic change in the situation, some positions change hands several times a day, which give rise to an ambiguous understanding of the situation,” he wrote.
    But he also acknowledged Ukraine’s overall situation had deteriorated.
    “The situation at the front has escalated. Trying to seize the strategic initiative and break through the front line, the enemy has concentrated its main efforts in several directions, creating a significant advantage in forces and in means,” he added.]]]

    (to be continued by Dale)

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    The timing of Western help has been pitiful.
    Good thing putler’s 3-5 day SMO offense is as bad as Suns’.

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    (continued from above by Dale.)

    Utility workers clean up the aftermath of an overnight Russian rocket attack in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on April 27.
    Stringer/Anadolu via Getty Images

    [[[Criticism of military communications

    With withdrawals and losses ac ulating, military bloggers such as Myroshnykov and the DeepState site have both taken aim at official Ukrainian communications, accusing the armed forces of increasingly unrealistic updates from the battlefield.
    DeepState, in a post on Telegram, published a graphic video of a Russian soldier being killed in a drone strike in the village of Soloviove – but used the clip to argue that isolated incidents can mask the bigger picture, which it accused the military of doing as well.
    “You can watch with pleasure forever the video of a Russian (soldier) being torn to pieces,” DeepState wrote, “but nearby there is another location that requires attention: Muscovites calmly moving around the village, keeping it under control. The (Ukrainian) Defense Forces inflict fire damage on them, and one can repeat at least a billion times (on national television) that two-thirds of the village is under the control of the Ukrainian military, but the picture of reality is completely different.”
    That assessment – that two-thirds of Soloviove village was under Ukrainian control – was made by Nazar Voloshyn, spokesperson of the Khortytsia operational-strategic group, on Ukrainian TV on Saturday. Nearby Ocheretyne was also still two-thirds controlled by Ukraine, which had things in hand, he said.
    For its part, DeepState sees it differently, assessing that Russian troops have been in control of the center of Ocheretyne village, including the railway station, for at least three days. Last week, the monitoring site made a similar complaint against the military accusing “some spokespersons” of incompetence.
    Ukrainian army chief Syrskyi appeared to address those concerns in his Telegram post on Sunday suggesting that misunderstandings were due to the fluidity of developments.
    “There is a dynamic change in the situation, some positions change hands several times a day, which give rise to an ambiguous understanding of the situation,” he wrote.
    But he also acknowledged Ukraine’s overall situation had deteriorated.
    “The situation at the front has escalated. Trying to seize the strategic initiative and break through the front line, the enemy has concentrated its main efforts in several directions, creating a significant advantage in forces and in means,” he added.]]]

    (to be continued by Dale)
    Just a bit of an intermission.

    I smell skunk.

    tee, hee.

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    Russian Arrest Warrant Issued For Ex-Chess Champion Garry Kasparov

    A court in Russia's Komi region on April 24 issued an arrest warrant for Garry Kasparov, opposition politician and a co-founder of the Free Russia Forum, on a charge of creating and leading a "terrorist" group. The Syktyvkar City Court also issued arrest warrants for several other Russian opposition politicians and activists in exile on the same charge. Last month, Russia added Kasparov to its list of terrorists and extremists, an action generally used by the Kremlin to crack down on political opponents. Kasparov, a former world chess champion and an outspoken Kremlin critic, lives in the United States.
    https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-kaspa.../32920221.html

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    Quit jackin' off, v.

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    4 dudes having a snack:


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    Can't handle the russian Thanos

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    According to one tweeter named WALTER Bloomberg!

    God what an idiot hater.
    Lefty joins in.

    Its fkn false. Damn dupes.
    Hey, guys?
    Did we walk on the moon?


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    According to one tweeter named WALTER Bloomberg!

    God what an idiot hater.
    Lefty joins in.

    Its fkn false. Damn dupes.
    Hey, guys?
    Did we walk on the moon?

    Gullible hater.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    According to one tweeter named WALTER Bloomberg!

    God what an idiot hater.
    Lefty joins in.

    Its fkn false. Damn dupes.
    Hey, guys?
    Did we walk on the moon?


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    Russia

    Just like OJ looking for his ex-wife’s murderer.

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    No she is NOT rare.
    You are looking in the wrong part of Russia.
    Do you know WHERE to look?

    The press and cellphones will be much rarer if you know where these poor non ethnic Russian kids come from.
    Siberia and the East. Thats where they come from, the casualties. The meat for the grinder.
    Where is your picture from? It is most likely not from the regions I mentioned.
    Please... Are you seriously suggesting there aren't people with cellphones in the poor non ethnic regions?

    But believe it or not, even in those regions angry mothers can have an impact and resist local government officials who are "just following orders". There just isn't enough of the type of said woman to make a major difference -- she's rare.

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    Bill passed.

    Freedm Caucus
    Freedom Cucks

    JoeyB getting done per par

    Whatever it takes, tbh...

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    JoeyB getting done per par

    Whatever it takes, tbh...
    ...absolutely.

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    German army captain admits spying for Russia

    ...
    The 54-year-old man said that the accusations against him were "broadly" accurate.

    Content he saw "presumably on TikTok" had prompted him to contact the Russian consulate. He said he had followed on TikTok a pro-Russian influencer affiliated with the far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD), although he wasn't sure which content it was.

    According to his account, he was concerned about his family's safety in the event of a nuclear attack. The officer said he therefore sought contact with Russian authorities to get a heads up on "when it was going to go off."

    "I only saw this way," he told the court.

    The officer added that he regretted his actions and that he was in a bad mental state at the time.

    The man, with a rank of captain, had worked at the Bundeswehr's equipment, technology and in-service support facility in Koblenz.

    The facility is responsible for equipping Germany's armed forces, as well as for developing, testing and procuring new equipment and technology.

    Around the same time as his cooperation with Russian authorities, he had also applied for membership with the AfD. The court said his application was authorized in July 2023.

    ...
    https://www.dw.com/en/german-army-ca...sia/a-68946494

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