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Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
09-30-2022, 09:34 AM
Post: #3001
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
(09-30-2022 09:00 AM)Megatherium Wrote:  
(09-30-2022 08:29 AM)GMB13 Wrote:  I believe the 3 points are for those likely to see combat.

They are going to need truck drivers, cooks, janitors, IT and all sorts of professionals and laborers. I don't know if they are part of the 300k figure.

I'm sure that new Wagner troops don't count towards the 300k.

Other than those 2 caveats I believe what they are reporting is more or less correct.

I have a hunch the four regions may wind up comprising a new military district within the Russian Federation ie Novorossiya district so many of these call ups could be stationed there in non combat roles. One would guess there would be more of these than you would find in other regions of Russian considering the situation. Terrorist activity is likely to be a threat for some time after the hot war is over. Just a guess.

Very true. MPs and such that are unlikely to see combat beyond something localized.

If you want to understand the world, you have to set aside everything you have been taught and start with a clean slate. Only then can you see beyond what you have been programmed to see.
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09-30-2022, 10:00 AM
Post: #3002
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
(09-30-2022 09:28 AM)Megatherium Wrote:  
(09-30-2022 03:08 AM)CTsar Wrote:  you continue repost whatever trash you find on the net kind of without any critical filter.

So Russia has already completed recruiting, training, assignment of command and deployment, 10 days after announcing the mobilization. And the people that want you to believe that are the same who say Russia has been losing for the past 7 months. Even though they just annexed 1/3 of Ukraine's territory.

that is why you were warned to reduce your spamming drastically. you are a waste of time and come off as a child trying to argue with adults.

Why is someone even hanging around here posting nwo propaganda at what is and has been for the past nearly ten years obviously an anti nwo website? We all spend our lives inundated with this bullshit 24/7 and we come here with a good faith understanding that here at least we can discuss geopolitics without being bombarded with dumbass western propaganda. Unless derailing the discussion is the objective? If that's what is going on then mission accomplished I guess.

I don't think Pilgrim can tell the difference between propaganda and credible news because he doesn't consider the sources.

He truly believes that Russia has been suffering heavy losses and is in a position of desperation.

My main question is whether or not he will realize how much bull shit he has bought when this has all played out. I wonder if it will change his views.

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09-30-2022, 10:10 AM
Post: #3003
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
I think it's obvious his views won't change, he is part of the npc majority. The hive mind.

Moving beyond the question as to whether or not his mind can be changed as I have done long ago, the much more interesting question for me is what is he doing hanging around here posting western media propaganda and defending it with such vigor?
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09-30-2022, 02:08 PM
Post: #3004
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
Robert Barnes was on the Duran and spoke about the evidence that the US Navy was in the exact area where the explosions occurred not too long ago.



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Yesterday, 03:16 AM
Post: #3005
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
Presumably, the DPR/LPR militias will be incorporated within the Russian military.

This means that the Russian MOD would begin counting their losses towards the Russian military losses.

Just a note that the stated losses are likely to increase assuming the above is correct.
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Yesterday, 11:25 AM
Post: #3006
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread (2013 to Present)
"In a punishing blow to Russia, their boder has expanded significantly. To add insult to injury, the economic and strategic value of the four territories that Russia was forced to accept have created a buffer for their soldiers and an unexpeted source of supplies."

What crushing defeat.
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