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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2022 #108268
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    Lira. I hadn’t listened to him since before his catch and release. Saw that you linked it and figured it might be worth a listen. Never make that mistake again. (Just kidding).

    Anyway, relieved he wasn’t harmed. His release from the SBU implies a few things, either what he has been saying is highly credible and whacking him would only confirm that or they found what he was saying was incredible and harmless for the most part ( though he must have hit a nerve). There is the counter intelligence angle to consider too.

    I thought Brian Eno did a good job framing the discourse challenge.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2022 #108262
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    Dr. D Rich,

    That had a pretty juvenile/primadonna vibe to it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2022 #108252
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    TAE,

    I did 2ml 0.25% solution 3X/day.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2022 #108248
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    The destruction of Mariupol.

    The two memes.

    Meme1

    The Truth About Nazism in Ukraine: And Why the Media is Covering It Up…

    Meme2

    They speak with fork tongues

    Western serpent

    Eastern serpent

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2022 #108230
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    V. Arnold,

    Should boost weapon system sales.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2022 #108225
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    Recently, there was a leaked audio regarding Taiwan and Chinese war mobilization plans.

    Here is a transcript provided by Jennifer Zeng. She has an Odysee channel, Inconvenient Truths.

    https://zzeng97.blog.bannedbook.org

    And the audio

    It was released by Lude Media

    What is Lude Media

    Politico article from yesterday evening.

    https://www.politico.com/amp/news/2022/05/19/deadly-serious-u-s-quietly-urging-taiwan-to-follow-ukraine-playbook-for-countering-china-00033792

    U.S. officials are pushing their Taiwanese counterparts with new urgency to look to Ukraine’s success in fending off Russian forces as a blueprint for countering a Chinese attack, former and current U.S. officials tell POLITICO.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 18 2022 #108166
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    soup Nazis.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 18 2022 #108165
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    aspnaz,

    Let me first preface the following by saying that the US is long overdue for a trip to the woodshed.

    Today there was a headline, “Russian gymnast Ivan Kuliak receives one-year ban for wearing ‘Z,’ symbolizing support for war in Ukraine”.

    What does that mean? Would you wear a Z in support of the “special military operation” to hunt down Nazis and dismantle the Ukrainian military? Is that what is really going on here?

    Right now, it seems Putin derives his power from the fact that he maintains a high approval rating from the general population. They perceive it to their benefit to support him. This requires constant management (control) on his part. Coercion, fear, and this high approval keeps those that would challenge him at bay.

    Ivan, such a good Russian boy you are.

    Seems like the is more of a cultural thing at play here, kinda like Taiwan and one China. Putin’s Russia believes that the Ukraine is a country of inferior Russians controlled by Nazis who brainwashed the rest into submission. But these inferior Ukrainian Russians really want to become normal, Re-Russify. This special operation was a humanitarian operation. Russians are shocked at the resistance and believe the Ukrainian’s are soup Nazis.

    As you said, “Do you think that the military leaders are not changing their minds daily as the situation evolves?”

    Obviously?

    Plan A – seize Kyiv, Kharkiv, capture government leaders and force political accommodation [Fail]

    Plan B – mount multi-axis attacks on a slower time scale [Fail]

    Now it seems they have been pushed backed (downgraded their goals) to the eastern border with a land bridge to Crimea.

    Total collapse in Russian morale eminent? Can Putin control the narrative? Get more Russians to volunteer for this special military operation? At this point, what is the point? Ukrainians do not want to be liberated. They, with the help/support of most of the world would like to see Putin punished for the death and destruction they heaped upon the Ukrainians. I think Putin is about to take a trip to the woodshed.

    willem said, “You might want to read what Andrei Martyanov has to say about Khodaryonok today”

    I did, I think Martranov rode the short bus to school.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 18 2022 #108114
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    So the fat lady hasn’t sung and Ritter is no longer a Z-tard.

    Speech given by Ukraine defense minister to EU defense ministers. Ukrainians are prepping for attritional fighting this summer.

    https://www.mil.gov.ua/en/news/2022/05/17/oleksii-reznikov-at-the-eu-foreign-affairs-council-on-the-level-of-defense-ministers-with-the-participation-of-the-nato-secretary-general/

    Here is a recent interview with Ukrainian DoD intelligence chief.

    In Russia it is illegal to refer to the special operation as a war or invasion. (Does that mean Putin has only committed special operation crimes?)

    Putin needs soldiers but how does he do that if they are not at war?

    I think Putin is looking for on off ramp, I doubt the steel plant victory is going to generate a surge in new recruits. China/India likely see the writing on the wall.

    Here is a damning assessment of the “special op” aired on Russian TV.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 17 2022 #108076
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    Paul Blake Smith, in his 2020 book, “President Eisenhower’s Close Encounters” makes the case that the Georgia Guidestones were erected by a group of retired Georgia State Troopers who’d served as Ike’s security detail on his 1954 (Edwards) & ’55 (Holloman) covert “summits” w/ ET representatives. The indication is that its “Commandments” derive from Alien advice/stipulations given to Eisenhower at those meetings. There’s every reason to believe the Plandemic was the Global Elite/Deep State implementation of Tenets 1 & 2 thereof (via Infertility & the mainstreaming of IVF soon to occur), in preparation for ET👽UFO ‘Disclosure’ (or ‘Manifestation’). Since depopulation will ruin the “Elites”, they’re *accommodating* ET in doing so, to curry favor.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 17 2022 #108070
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    Z is the new Q. 80 days to take a steel plant.

    Per Escobar:

    “Wars are not won with tactics and narratives – they require a Grand Strategy. Russia has a master plan behind its Ukraine military operations, but does the west have one?”

    [..] “On Operation Z, the Russians revel in total strategic ambiguity, which has the collective west completely discombobulated. The Pentagon does not have the necessary intellectual firepower to out-smart the Russian General Staff. Only a few outliers understand that this is not a war – since the Ukraine Armed Forces have been irretrievably routed – but actually what Russian military and naval expert Andrei Martyanov calls a “combined arms police operation,” a work-in-progress on demilitarization and denazification.”

    (Kinda like safe and effective vaccines)

    [..] “Ukraine was never about a military win. What is being accomplished is the slow, painful destruction of the European Union (EU) economy, coupled with extraordinary weapons profits for the western military-industrial complex and creeping security rule by those nations’ political elites.”

    (Uh, war is a racket, certain countries in the EU need to brought back into line. Putin is a proxy, the new ISIS. Yep, the west os completely discombobulated, never done this before. Putin has made a strategic blunder that will go down as an historical disaster.)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May16 2022 #108039
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    Upcoming FDA meetings in regards to Covid vaccine authorizations.

    June 7, Novavax in adults.

    June 8, Moderna in 12 to 17 year olds.

    June 21, Moderna in kids 6 to 11 and 0 to 5.

    June 22, Pfizer in kids <5.

    June 28, “Future Framework” for Covid-19 shots.

    The “Future Framework” means that Pfizer and Moderna can reformulate Covid-19 shots however they wish, and the FDA will not require new clinical trial data. Instead the FDA will automatically deem any future Covid-19 formulation as “safe and effective” because it is “biologically similar” to existing Covid-19 shots on the market.

    11th circuit heard oral arguments for Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate April 8th. Still haven’t issued a ruling. Hmmm.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May16 2022 #108038
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    This war is becoming very counterproductive. it seems Putin may have been baited into the situation he currently finds himself in. Most of the world is against him. China won’t pivot anymore than they have. XI’s and Putin’s power over their respective countries is eroding with each passing day. Everybody should go home and and rely on propaganda to declare a great victory.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May16 2022 #108016
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    In this life, each person is allowed to be as selfish and mean as they want, and this causes them to eventually separate themselves from everyone else so that they finally live in complete isolation, wrapped up in their own thoughts of everybody else’s faults and failures.

    As we draw into ourselves and become more and more separated we destroy our families, friendships, and health. There is an end to the choices we make.

    Realizing that death to me, myself and I stops this process of separation so that we can finally see ourselves and others as we really are, offer forgiveness and be forgiven. Fear of physical death will no longer hold power over you.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 15 2022 #107969
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    A recent recruitment video by the 4th PSYOP Group

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 15 2022 #107964
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    Takes you on. Virtual tour of the painting, pretty cool.

    https://artsandculture.google.com/story/story-of-a-coronation/LgKiI7emoChPKw

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 13 2022 #107885
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    Randy Weaver Dies
    In the infamous Ruby Ridge standoff, federal agents killed his wife and son.

    Randy Weaver Dies

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 13 2022 #107839
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    Sounds like Xi might needs a pivot, could always send troops to Ukraine or take Taiwan.

    https://amp.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/may/11/xi-jinping-step-down-rumors-suggest-amid-harsh-chi/

    Rumors in China are usually false. However, in some cases information derived from rumors preceded actual events. Examples include reports of the arrest of the “Gang of Four” Communist leaders following Mao Zedong’s death in 1976, and the downfall of regional CCP leader Bo Xilai on corruption charges in 2012.

    Rumors can be unofficial leaks in a nation with little press freedom and tight government control over media. but several analysts of Chinese affairs say the rumors of a leadership change are probably not true.

    But they may reflect either a party power struggle in advance of the forthcoming conclave, or deliberate disinformation by Mr. Xi aimed at burnishing the CCP’s tarnished image.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 7 2022 #107470
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    Purpose-Strength-Breakthrough

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 6 2022 #107407
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 4 2022 #107334
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    I was born to teenagers that made a go of it. My mum has a beautiful voice and was heading to college after graduation to study music. But the pregnancy changed that. She had the opportunity to let her aunt and uncle adopt me, but passed on it. They could not have children of their own and would have likely been great parents.

    Ironically, my wife terminated a pregnancy when she was in high school. (Not mine, we did not meet until after college). The boy had no interest in making a go of it a she felt she had no other options at the time. The decision still haunts her.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 4 2022 #107331
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    The other day I paid 0.99/lb for grapes at Kroger. 33 years ago, I was paying 0.99/lb. My income is 5x what it was 33 years ago. A gallon of gas was a buck, today it is 4 bucks. As a percentage of my income it is still less. 33 years ago, 10 to 15 year old used cars were shit. Today my vehicles are 12 to 17 years old and the they dependable and run great.

    What was the price of silver in the roaring 20s? What is it today? Not much different.

    The 500 year chart for silver in 2022 dollars has the precious metal peaking in 1477 at about $2000/oz. The all time low was hit in 1992 at $10/oz. Given the consensus around here, the next depression is just around the corner, I wonder what the new low print will be.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 3 2022 #107230
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    Last week, I returned from a trip the Smokies. I remember how I felt leaving the Pigeon Forge area and entering the forest. The hyper commercialization and the demands for your attention as you navigate the traffic are overwhelming. It’s all so distracting, it knocks you off center. But then you hit nature and the weight of what you experienced lifts and you breathe a sigh of relief.

    “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die and discover that I had not lived. I do not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear.” (Thoreau)

    Our greatest threat is distraction and not hedonism, collectively it is our greatest weakness. In the limit, it leaves us soulless.

    The leak=distraction.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 29 2022 #107022
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    Nice (rational) analysis from retired doctor linked in Popular Rationalism.

    COVID UPDATE: What is the truth?

    Another tactic by the vaccine proponents is to demonize those who reject being vaccinated for a variety of reasons. The media refers to these critically thinking individuals as “anti-vaxxers”, “vaccine deniers”, “Vaccine resisters”, “murders”, “enemies of the greater good” and as being the ones prolonging the pandemic. I have been appalled by the vicious, often heartless attacks by some of the people on social media when a parent or loved one relates a story of the terrible suffering and eventual death, they or their loved one suffered as a result of the vaccines. Some psychopaths tweet that they are glad that the loved one died or that the dead vaccinated person was an enemy of good for telling of the event and should be banned. This is hard to conceptualize. This level of cruelty is terrifying, and signifies the collapse of a moral, decent, and compassionate society.

    It is bad enough for the public to sink this low, but the media, political leaders, hospital administrators, medical associations and medical licensing boards are acting in a similar morally dysfunctional and cruel way.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 28 2022 #106977
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 23 2022 #106663
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 20 2022 #106474
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 17 2022 #106264
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    An anti-vax foreign citizen is trying to go on a foreigna vacation without being immunized from COVID-19. Naturally, Twitter users have suggested she visit Florida.

    Article by Frank Cerabino

    Frank

    [..] “I want to book a holiday abroad but don’t want to wear a mask anywhere, do not want to do any tests, am not vaxed and would love some sun.”

    [..] Her Twitter profile says “no to tyranny. No to vax passports. No to medical apartheid. No to masks.” 

    [..] I say “No to Lorraine.” Go someplace else, or better yet, “Yes to staying home.” We’ve already got enough folks like Lorraine who already live in Florida, and are being groomed by leaders who ought to know better, yet feed into a mindset that masks and vaccines are a sign of tyranny, rather than a matter of prudent public health.

    https://amp.palmbeachpost.com/amp/7322489001

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 13 2022 #106056
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    Remember this

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    Looks like it got photoshopped into this tweet going around on the subway shooter.

    https://twitter.com/JDscramble425/status/1514039548430364672?s=20&t=xnDlnXLV7jiBAeccPettJg

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 13 2022 #106051
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 12 2022 #105975
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    On Friday, April 8, the Eleventh Circuit held oral argument on the government’s appeal of a nationwide injunction issued against the federal contractor vaccine mandate.

    …the questioning and comments from the Eleventh Circuit’s panel did not provide a clear insight into how they will resolve the federal contractor vaccine mandate. We do not expect a decision from the Eleventh Circuit for several weeks.

    IMO, having listened to the arguments, one judge will side with mandate. Not sure on the other two, 2 to 1 either way.

    https://www.ca11.uscourts.gov/oral-argument-recordings?title=&field_oar_case_name_value=state+of+georgia&field_oral_argument_date_value%5Bvalue%5D%5Byear%5D=2022&field_oral_argument_date_value%5Bvalue%5D%5Bmonth%5D=4

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 12 2022 #105965
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    I’ll be damned, Bob Malone has broke free of the “cult of vaccination”

    https://twitter.com/SpookyJay36/status/1513055711822983176?s=20&t=Cu_wAukJt1b1uFDZ4YjN7w

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 7 2022 #105657
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    One way to get buzzed.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 5 2022 #105542
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    April 8th, oral arguments will be presented for the Federal Contractor Mandate.

    As has been pointed out, they are still building out the health pass system.

    https://wellnessforumhealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Forbidden-Newsletter-Article-040422.pdf

    Less than a month ago, business magazine Forbes reported that a national vaccine pass has already been rolled out in the U.S. The SMART Health Card offers verifiable digital proof of several aspects of health status including vaccination history and test results. It’s available in either digital or paper form. The cards can be purchased at any facility that has your medical records. According to the SMART website, the Health Card can be used in order to document vaccine status for school registration, work, or travel – government and corporate officials can just scan the barcode on your phone screen and you are good to go.

    Participating organizations in SMART Health Cards (Check out your state)

    https://www.mychart.com/covid

    I caught this short vid from Dr. Deagle being tweeted about a couple a weeks ago (his comments were circa 2006). Then it got banned/blocked. Here is a link to it on Odyssey. Curious as to why given that he can easily be painted a kook.

    Dr. Bill Deagle, a decade foretelling of the New World Order via biopharmaceutical enslavement.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 18 2022 #104454
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    She has never heard of McCullough, Malone or Chestnut. L ok

    in reply to: The West Is at War with Itself #104427
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    There are six things with Allah for the martyr. He is forgiven with the first flow of blood (he suffers), he is shown his place in Paradise, he is protected from punishment in the grave, secured from the greatest terror, the crown of dignity is placed upon his head—and its gems are better than the world and what is in it—he is married to seventy-two wives among the wide-eyed houris (Ar. اثْنَتَيْنِ وَسَبْعِينَ زَوْجَةً مِنَ الْحُورِ الْعِينِ) of Paradise, and he may intercede for seventy of his close relatives.

    (No popcorn in paradise)

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2002/nov/24/theobserver

    in reply to: Neutrality #104357
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    “[..] if Putin thinks he can invade Ukraine, impose his objectives, and then withdraw with the country pacified and compliant, he’s as deluded as American schemers have been with all their surgical strikes, covert operations, limited wars, and regime changes since World War II. Insurgencies are always messy regardless of who “wins.” Ukraine has become another theater for the uncontrollable chaos engulfing the world.”

    Thanks Archie, as I dig into this it gets more insane by the day. In the limit, I do not think there is any possibility of Russia taking Kyiv without significant loss of life. I am thinking what is the point nobody comes out the better.

    There is an aspect to this that If you speaks Ukrainian, it proves your Nazism. If you criticise policies of Moscow, you are 100% Nazi. If you resist its territorial expansion, no further proof is necessary – Nazi without any doubt. There is a labeling/demonization of the average Ukrainian playing out too.

    I came across this the other day (one of Zelensky’s advisors)

    Ukraine, it seems, drove the country head on into this hoping to draw the west in. It sounds as if Putin might be satisfied with simply wrecking Ukraine making it unattractive to NATO. Which means Putin could be looking for justification to simply nuke it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 15 2022 #104243
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    Commentary is 4 days old. Current military strategy is teased out. Implies months, not weeks, will be required.

    https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/03/12/has-russia-s-invasion-stalled

    [..] Overall, the open sources create a rather contradictory picture. On the one hand, according to the video and photo documentation, the Russian Army is suffering nonstop defeats and incurring huge losses, first and foremost, in terms of equipment. On the other hand, the losses and defeats are taking place deeper and deeper into Ukrainian territory, ever closer to possible key targets in this phase of the war.

    However, these two facts only appear to contradict one another. We must remember that these open sources provide only an incomplete picture, even with universal access to cellphones, cameras, and social networks. The warring sides also have fundamentally different political goals, tactics, and strategies. Therefore, the way they approach and present military matters is radically different.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 13 2022 #104142
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    It was noted earlier,

    “War is just Mathematics
    Spoiler Alert
    Math is involved in this article
    Cut to the chase
    We can observe that in the Ukraine, once [military] supplies are depleted, Ukrainian Forces can:”

    The problem is Ukraine is spending it’s blood and other people’s money to fight this war. It’s logistics are golden.

    In regards to math (notes from various sources),

    Russia lacks the trucks to move more than 145 km from a railhead. That is why Russia brought a pair of armored trains from Crimea to support the now failed siege of Mariupol. If you are using these sorts of logistical trains. Russia simply cannot blow up the bridges that Ukrainian supply trains are using at night to avoid Russian airpower.

    It is possible to calculate how far trucks can operate using simple beer math. Assuming the existing road network can support 45 mph speed. A single truck can make three trips a day at up to a 45-mile range: One hours to load, one hour to drive to the supported unit, one hours to unload, and another hour to return to base. Repeating this cycle three times equals 12 hours total.

    The rest of the day is dedicated to truck maintenance, meals, refueling, weapons cleaning, and sleeping. Increase the distance to 90 miles, and the truck can make two trips daily.

    At 180 miles, the same truck is down to one trip a day. These assumptions won’t work in rough terrain or where there is limited/damaged infrastructure.

    If an army has just enough trucks to sustain itself at a 45-mile distance, then at 90 miles, the throughput will be 33 percent lower. At 180 miles, it will be down by 66 percent.”

    The Russian army will be hard-pressed to conduct a ground offensive of more than 90 miles beyond the borders of the former Soviet Union without a logistics pause.

    Russia is losing the ability to project ground mechanized combat power more than 100 km into Ukraine.

    Putin will take his frustrations out on Kharkiv and Mariupol because those Ukrainian cities are within combat vehicle reach of Russian railheads.

    Finally,

    The Ukrainians are using civilian automobiles to move men and distribute anti-tank rockets there. I think I read something like 17,000 of these rockets have been brought in from the west.

    Because of this it is no longer consider a war crime to fire on civilian automobiles.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 13 2022 #104121
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    Source foreign minister of Russia 1990-1996

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1500610676926005251.html

    Lots of discussions about the threat of nuclear war from the Kremlin and whether Putin is rational. I share my thoughts in this thread.

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