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Offline Coolio

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Re: Russia vs Ukraine war
« Reply #750 on: March 18, 2023, 04:01:08 pm »
The Pentagon loves goobers like you too.  So does the military industrial complex.  Now run to CNN so they can tell you what to think.  Donít you love Joe so many ex-Pentagon and ex-CIA work for them now?

I would rather trust the Pentagon, than a bunch of YouTube QAnon videos.  As for CNN, I would trust them over Rebel News and Tucker Carlson any day of the week.
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« Reply #751 on: March 19, 2023, 09:58:47 pm »
A Ukrainian soldier wondered if the Russians advancing on Bakhmut are on drugs: 'Otherwise, how can they go to certain death?'


A Ukrainian soldier fighting in Bakhmut told The New York Times that his unit has sometimes wondered if fighters belonging to Russia's infamous Wagner Group are on drugs. While there's no evidence of that, it's not the first time Ukrainians have wondered aloud that the behavior of some Russian soldiers could be medically induced. 

The Wagner Group is a powerful Russian paramilitary unit that has emerged as a key ally in Russia's advance inside Ukraine. The group once sparked controversy when it offered convicted Russian prisoners freedom in return for fighting. Fighters from the Wagner group are notorious for storming frontline positions and enduring severe casualties.

A retired US Marine estimated that the average life expectancy of a Wagner soldier on the frontlines in eastern Ukraine is just four hours. And a 48-year-old prison inmate who exchanged his freedom to serve in Russia's Wagner Group told the Wall Street Journal earlier this month that the group only trained him for three weeks and that he expected to die on his first mission.


It's the kind of behavior that soldiers from Ukraine's Third Assault Brigade, which is now fighting the Wagner Group in the key eastern city of Bakhmut, believe could be the result of taking drugs. The unit's media officer told The New York Times that 10 to 15 Wagner fighters were advancing on their position, to their almost certain deaths, every day during the first month of fighting.

"They are killed and they come again," he told The Times. "Our guys are wondering if they are on drugs. Otherwise, how can they go to certain death, stepping over the rotting corpses of their colleagues? You can go mad a bit." Ukrainians earlier speculated that Russian soldiers were taking drugs in November as winter began to make the fighting ever more miserable, telling AFP that Russian soldiers seemed like "zombies."

"You shoot them and more come constantly," one soldier said, according to AFP.

https://www.insider.com/ukrainian-soldiers-russia-bakhmut-frontline-drugs-2023-3

In fairness to the Russian soldiers, I would want to be on drugs if I ever had to go to the Ukraine front-line.

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Re: Russia vs Ukraine war
« Reply #752 on: March 20, 2023, 11:14:10 am »
The Pentagon loves goobers like you too.  So does the military industrial complex.  Now run to CNN so they can tell you what to think.  Donít you love Joe so many ex-Pentagon and ex-CIA work for them now?

Funny how this skepticism towards the intelligence communities is nowhere to be seen when it comes to their assessment of the origins of COVID-19. It's almost as if you pick and choose what "official" narratives based on whether or not they confirm your biases.

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Re: Russia vs Ukraine war
« Reply #753 on: March 20, 2023, 11:54:09 am »
I would rather trust the Pentagon, than a bunch of YouTube QAnon videos.  As for CNN, I would trust them over Rebel News and Tucker Carlson any day of the week.

ALL MSM LIES. 

ONLY TUCKER CARLSON AND THE GARBAGE WEB TELL ME WHAT I WANT TO HEAR THE "TRUTH".
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« Reply #754 on: March 22, 2023, 03:46:31 pm »
ALL MSM LIES. 

ONLY TUCKER CARLSON AND THE GARBAGE WEB TELL ME WHAT I WANT TO HEAR THE "TRUTH".
It's funny how you people get so bent out of shape when one person in all of mainstream media, provides an alternative opinion.  You're so scared of differing opinions that don't mirror the entire U.S. government and 99% of all media.  You need it to be 100%.  You somehow consider that to be a "healthy" democracy.

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« Reply #755 on: March 22, 2023, 03:46:53 pm »
A Ukrainian soldier wondered if the Russians advancing on Bakhmut are on drugs: 'Otherwise, how can they go to certain death?'


A Ukrainian soldier fighting in Bakhmut told The New York Times that his unit has sometimes wondered if fighters belonging to Russia's infamous Wagner Group are on drugs. While there's no evidence of that, it's not the first time Ukrainians have wondered aloud that the behavior of some Russian soldiers could be medically induced. 

The Wagner Group is a powerful Russian paramilitary unit that has emerged as a key ally in Russia's advance inside Ukraine. The group once sparked controversy when it offered convicted Russian prisoners freedom in return for fighting. Fighters from the Wagner group are notorious for storming frontline positions and enduring severe casualties.

A retired US Marine estimated that the average life expectancy of a Wagner soldier on the frontlines in eastern Ukraine is just four hours. And a 48-year-old prison inmate who exchanged his freedom to serve in Russia's Wagner Group told the Wall Street Journal earlier this month that the group only trained him for three weeks and that he expected to die on his first mission.


It's the kind of behavior that soldiers from Ukraine's Third Assault Brigade, which is now fighting the Wagner Group in the key eastern city of Bakhmut, believe could be the result of taking drugs. The unit's media officer told The New York Times that 10 to 15 Wagner fighters were advancing on their position, to their almost certain deaths, every day during the first month of fighting.

"They are killed and they come again," he told The Times. "Our guys are wondering if they are on drugs. Otherwise, how can they go to certain death, stepping over the rotting corpses of their colleagues? You can go mad a bit." Ukrainians earlier speculated that Russian soldiers were taking drugs in November as winter began to make the fighting ever more miserable, telling AFP that Russian soldiers seemed like "zombies."

"You shoot them and more come constantly," one soldier said, according to AFP.

https://www.insider.com/ukrainian-soldiers-russia-bakhmut-frontline-drugs-2023-3

In fairness to the Russian soldiers, I would want to be on drugs if I ever had to go to the Ukraine front-line.
Fantastic propaganda!
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Re: Russia vs Ukraine war
« Reply #756 on: March 22, 2023, 04:12:59 pm »
It's funny how you people get so bent out of shape when one person in all of mainstream media, provides an alternative opinion.  You're so scared of differing opinions that don't mirror the entire U.S. government and 99% of all media.  You need it to be 100%.  You somehow consider that to be a "healthy" democracy.

It's like jeez a guy like tucker can't even take a break from spreading white nationalist talking points to repeat Russian propaganda without people getting bent out of shape.
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« Reply #757 on: March 22, 2023, 04:18:36 pm »
Tucker Carlson gets paid to read a teleprompter.

As an aside, I'm 98% convinced Tulsi Gabbard works for the Russians.
I queef, therefore I am.

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« Reply #758 on: March 22, 2023, 04:48:28 pm »
Tucker Carlson gets paid to read a teleprompter.

As an aside, I'm 98% convinced Tulsi Gabbard works for the Russians.
Senator McCarthy would be proud! 🤣

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« Reply #759 on: March 29, 2023, 12:47:31 am »
It's funny how you people get so bent out of shape when one person in all of mainstream media, provides an alternative opinion. 

The only thing that's funny is that there are donkeys out there that take guys like this or Alex Jones seriously.  What Tucker Carlson says isn't really the problem.  There are always people out there willing to say literally anything.  The problem is that retards believe what they're saying. 

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« Reply #760 on: March 29, 2023, 09:38:33 am »
The only thing that's funny is that there are donkeys out there that take guys like this or Alex Jones seriously.  What Tucker Carlson says isn't really the problem.  There are always people out there willing to say literally anything.  The problem is that retards believe what they're saying.
I agree.  There are even retards that believe what CNN tells them.  They take it as gospel.  LOL!
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« Reply #761 on: March 29, 2023, 08:13:47 pm »
Amnesty international speaks out against Ukraine war crimes.  Let me guess though, amnesty international is pushing Putin talking points?  Theyíre carrying water for Russia.  Or, maybe everything in the mainstream media, and from the Pentagon regarding Ukraine isnít always true!

Ukrainian fighting tactics endanger civilians
https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2022/08/ukraine-ukrainian-fighting-tactics-endanger-civilians/

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« Reply #762 on: March 29, 2023, 09:00:06 pm »
I have no doubt the Ukrainians are doing all kinds of terrible things to the Russians who invaded them.
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« Reply #763 on: March 30, 2023, 06:30:01 am »
I have no doubt the Ukrainians are doing all kinds of terrible things to the Russians who invaded them.
You didnít read it did you?  Amnesty international lists the war crimes that are affecting Ukraine citizens.  Regardless, Iím glad you are admitting that Zelensky is a war criminal.  You know thereís no legal excuses for committing war crimes right?

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Re: Russia vs Ukraine war
« Reply #764 on: March 30, 2023, 06:48:31 am »
Putin-boy says what?