Extreme hypocrisy from Turkey to be retaining ties with Hamas while holding up Sweden’s NATO membership.
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This article basically destroys the idea of a “Western backed coup to overthrow the pro Russian leadership in 2014” narrative without even trying.
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He will have to explain why he ordered tens of thousands of men sacrificed for nothing.
170,000 more to be precise.
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Shortage of weapons and personnel ???
That sounds like Russian propaganda from before the counteroffensive started.
Now Zelensky is admitting it.
Errr… from the start, he’s been asking for more and everybody on your side has been criticizing him for it. It’s not something new. What’s new is you trying to paint him as a deceptive liar for stating what has been well known for a long time. Compared to the Russian forces, what Ukraine has to work with in that respect is a minuscule amount.,, and they’re still holding on. It must really hurt knowing that even with a huge advantage, Russia still sucks at this.
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By the way, Finland was part of Imperial Russia before 1918, the Russians has their right to visit their ancestral lands to pay a respect to their ancestors who lived there!
No they don't. They have zero right to overrule what the Finnish authorities decide. We know, like the Chinese, they think they have the right to overrule other countries whenever they wish.
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Lavrov wants to explain it to them.
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They are not Russians.
Well I suppose that’s one thing in their favor.
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Yeah, if they’re such nice people, why is Russia not trying to talk them into staying? Perhaps they need to start telling these migrants how xenophobic the Finnish are.
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Russia's under sanctions.
Look at the pictures, these guys have Nike and CK hats, they clearly like high end Western brands, which are unavailable in Russia.
They just want the high end brands. So they are not seeking safety and economic opportunity. Would be silly trying to find any of those in Russia. Safety and economic opportunity would be a legitimate reason for migration… not “I can’t get Nike or CK here”.
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A lion is not worried when dogs come to bark to the neighborhood..
They’ll wait until their time to pounce. Exactly what China is doing. And there are people that believe China isn’t a threat to other countries.
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With the recently increased land area of Russia, the overall size of the country, their economy doing so well, and the huge support Russia gets from these migrants’ home nations, it’s incredible these migrants don’t just want to stay in Russia.
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Obesity is a lifestyle disease. People need to change their diet.
It really is about lifestyle for most people, but diet is only one part of the equation. Exercise helps a lot, as does eating at appropriate times and getting enough good sleep.
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Or it's a clever nod to the anti-Zelensky forces currently brewing in Kiev that if they seize power, he'll do business with them.
With fewer people in support of the war in Russia it’s more likely that it’s to satisfy the people at home that he is actually trying for peace rather than continue the war… it’d be nice if they could remove him from power, but unfortunately it’s the wealthy and those likely to be his successors that want the war to continue.
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When Lord Putin talks, the whole world listens..
And laugh and call him a moron. Yes, true, a few will call him “Lord”
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that pic… man that’s a Mike Myers film waiting to be made.
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Chaos, really! Seems a bit over the top. If a customer forgot their credit card in the machine, that is not the shops fault. No idea why the other customer's machine had a problem, but this story seems to want to criticize these ustaffed shops.
I can see unstaffed shops having issues if a whole lot of them happen at once, but overall I agree with you. The part about people taking bags without paying emphasizes that for me especially as there is zero evidence it happened. While a possible negative, it does look like just trying to find things to complain about.
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Russia is not enemy for Ukraine,
Surrender and join us. Or die. No, Russia is not an enemy of Ukraine 0.o
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We bought our dining table set from Nitori, a bench seat from Tama living, and I have made some of my own furniture. Most expensive piece was our sofa which we bought from Ishizuka kagu. We had been looking at several places for a sofa… were just about going to go with leather reclining but I’m so glad we didn’t.
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Why people quote something that answers the question they are about to ask I’ll never know.
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JT - there are two instances of “Morearu” that I can see. They should probably be changed to the correct “Moraeru”
Moderator: Thanks. That has been corrected.
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Zelensky has no ability to change the dynamic on the battlefield so he lashes out in frustration with what are essentially acts of terrorism.
So killing military officers is now an act of terrorism.
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In contrast, the people of China/Russia/North Korea have zero say in their countries' foreign policies. And little to no say in their domestic policies either.
They can’t even criticize their governments without fear of being punished for it.
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Anytime anything is fired from anywhere, valuable data is revealed about target locations. Both Russia and Ukraine can use this. The idea that empty shells are being fired to draw location revealing return fire is daft. They may very well be using the weapons to draw fire and reveal air defense locations, but the weapons are not empty shells.
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We must not forget, it’s only provocation if it’s the US doing it.
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Yes. Absolutely. And when I’m hearing Christmas songs played loudly in the street from the first week of November, it’s actually making the month of December less meaningful. If shops want to set up a small corner to promote the season, fine, but full decoration and celebration at this time is way too much.
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most of the collection had already been removed during the war.
"Canvases and paintings from the current exhibition were not damaged," he added on social media.
So, ummm, yeah… it is still a place being used to store artworks.
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Where's the long line for those seafoods?
Are there often long lines for products on sale there?
We can see from that pictures how those service members and their family really enthusiast with those sea food from tainted water.
No you can’t. Whether they are or not, you can’t tell from the picture.
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