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Posted in: Ukraine says Russia forces pillage, occupy Kherson homes ahead of battle See in context

Of course they moved into the houses of the Ukrainians they deported and abducted.

By the way my friend - Kherson is a city founded by Russians with Russian population.

Like Nikolaev, Odessa or Kharkov.

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Posted in: Ukraine says Russia forces pillage, occupy Kherson homes ahead of battle See in context

Ukraine accused Russia on Monday of looting empty home

The truth: big Ukrainian attack on Kherson failed?

Uh-uh...

They even not tried...

Too afraid?

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Posted in: U.S. privately asks Ukraine to show Russia it's open to talks: Washington Post See in context

U.S. privately asks Ukraine to show Russia it's open to talks: Washington Post

So "privately" that everybody knew about this.

Real funny

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Posted in: Russia orders wider evacuation of occupied southern Ukraine See in context

fallaffel

I realize this figure is probably what the Kremlin has reported, but do you really believe it??

Inside Russia Kremlin reported little or nothing about total losses of Ukraine last months (in soldiers)

Absolutely. Idea of operation was to change regime in Kiev and not to kill every Ukrainian soldier.

But we have what we have.

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Posted in: Russia orders wider evacuation of occupied southern Ukraine See in context

It should say:

Russia orders wider depopulation, not evacuation.

Ukraine planned attack on Kherson

Russia planned great battle near Kherson

So Russia evacuate population

Russia is planning a dirty bomb.

Noup, but massive use of artillery

Russia is an artillery nation and always has been

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Posted in: Russia orders wider evacuation of occupied southern Ukraine See in context

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have killed 70,000 Russian military personnel since the beginning of the full-scale war.

The problem my friend - in Russia (unlike Ukraine) all this info about losses are open.

You could not hide such a big losses - because everything about operation in Ukraine published in each region

of Russia.

"we have lost one good guy today..."

Whole Russian Army (professional) which come to Ukraine was about 180 000

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Posted in: Russia orders wider evacuation of occupied southern Ukraine See in context

Russia had previously ordered civilians out of a pocket it controls on the west bank of the river, where Ukrainian forces have been advancing for weeks to capture the city of Kherson in what would be a strategic prize in the eight-month-long war.

So about prizes :

Over 300,000 dead: Ukraine loses 12 times as many as were lost in the Vietnam War

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) investigators have named the actual irrecoverable losses in the Ukrainian armies. As of 20 October 2022, the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) had suffered 402,000 casualties, of which 387,000 were killed.

To compare - Russian Army lost at this time abot 6 000

(only army)

So just compare

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Posted in: Grain ships sail from Ukraine ports as Russian missiles knock out power across country See in context

Going so well that Russia suspends it’s mobilization in the face of resistance and a lack of equipment.

Not correct info

31th of September mobilisation was ended

Because result was achieved.

And now 300 000 mobilized prepare for battle

In Ukraine mobilisation started in February 2022

In Russia in the last decade of September

(difference?)

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Posted in: Grain ships sail from Ukraine ports as Russian missiles knock out power across country See in context

You, and everyone knows the answer to that question. When Russia leaves or is pushed out of Ukraine. Better for everyone concerned if Russia left of its own accord.

Very good solution. The problem is - the military op starts after Ukraine officially declaring that must have nuclear weaponry

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Posted in: Japan, Finland pledge unity against Russia over Ukraine war See in context

Makoto Shimizu

Formal alliance between Japan and Finland is a great gesture of expressing to Putin 

My dear friend, why are you talking about "Putin" and not Russian people?

You are afraid?

Japan has made a great deal of "great gesture" toward Russia... in August 1945 it gives some unexpected result

Some people in Japane still dislike this result.

No need to ring your sword if you're not ready for battle

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Posted in: Japan, Finland pledge unity against Russia over Ukraine war See in context

Japan, Finland pledge unity against Russia

When you look for friends far away and enemies close to your borders...

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Posted in: Russia hits Ukraine homes, evacuates Kherson See in context

Russia, Russia, Russia .....

war crimes,

attrocities,

After 2014 (putsch in Kiev) more than 1 million Ukrainian citizens run in Russia

if your country take them as refugies it will be greate.

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Posted in: Russia hits Ukraine homes, evacuates Kherson See in context

Mykolaiv lies roughly 35 km northwest of the front line to occupied Kherson, the southern region where Russia has ordered 60,000 people to flee a Ukrainian counter offensive "to save your lives" .

Russia prepared to defend Kherson so better to evacuate civil population (not flee)

Kiev never done such things during this conflict. Kiev's politicians just did not care about civilians.

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Posted in: Ukraine braces for more power outages after Russia bombs infrastructure See in context

Crimea will also be liberated from the invaders.

Sorry - it's a territory with Russian (not Ukrainian population)

Russian forces are being pushed further and further backwards 

Aha. Ukraine start mobilization in February.

Russia in last decade of September.

In February in Ukraine come about 180 000 soldiers

Ukraine has at that time 2 times more.

Till October Russia had peacetime army - much more smaller than Ukrainian one.

Sorry guys - you are really think it was whole mobilised Russian Army?

You kidding me.

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Posted in: Ukraine braces for more power outages after Russia bombs infrastructure See in context

Ukraine is advancing against Russian troops in the east and the south

They trying to advance.

With huge losses.

B the way in September 30th Russia officially include Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporozhye areas in Russian state officially (after referendum)

So Russia will protect this areas as its own territory.

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Posted in: France begins nationwide strikes amid soaring inflation See in context

France begins nationwide strikes amid soaring inflation

Sanctions works!!

Miraculous!

You know - it's like a scooting recoil...

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Posted in: Russian drones attack Kyiv; intense fighting in east See in context

You can read Moscow news or other non western sources. 

Sorry - I can took info from both side.

So my government just can't hide anything

It's a very big difference.

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Posted in: N Korea fires another missile; flies warplanes near border with S Korea See in context

Fighto!

Tiny little Kim rattling the cage yet again, trying to stay relevant.

By the way - Kim Jong-un is a respectful lider of independent state.

unlike South Korea or Japan

Ironic, isn't it?

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Posted in: Russia protests over Japan's firing of HIMARS in exercise with U.S See in context

Russia said it had protested to the Japanese embassy on Wednesday over joint Japan-U.S. military exercises this week in which it said HIMARS rocket systems were fired close to Russia's borders.

Key words.

They find no other place?

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Posted in: U.N., G7 condemn Russian attack on Ukraine as possible war crime See in context

Putin is runaway evil and all he offers everyone, including his own citizens, is death.

Very interesting point of view. I'm from Russia by the way...

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Posted in: U.N., G7 condemn Russian attack on Ukraine as possible war crime See in context

The strikes have knocked out power across the country and pierced the relative calm that had returned to Kyiv 

By the way - one third of Ukrainian power capacities are damaged - in two days guys...

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Posted in: N Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan; some trains suspended See in context

Japan should have the right to shoot down any missile flying in Japanese air space over its islands.

To have the right - one thing

To have technical possibilities - other thing

Japan is technical superpower? O-o...

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Posted in: N Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan; some trains suspended See in context

Do you know what's the funniest thing about this whole story?

North Korea received a lot of technical help for ballistic missile construction from ... Ukraine..

(they have Soviet technologies and badly need money)

Really funny!!!

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Posted in: Kishida condemns Russian annexation of parts of Ukraine See in context

Western leaders including U.S. President Joe Biden have also condemned Russia’s annexation of four occupied Ukrainian regions days after voters supposedly approved Moscow-managed “referendums” on joining Russia.

Yes, it calls democracy. In 1991, when USSR collapsed - nobody asks Russian-speaking people in south-east of Ukrainian Soviet Republic what they want.

And only now they have a chance.

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Posted in: North Korea fires 4th round of missile tests in 1 week See in context

Little Rocket Man - a midget just like Mini-me Putin - is desperately seeking attention. 

by the way - Japan help Mr Zelenskiy very much against Russian

Good. Very good.

If you get so much attention, you can't be ungrateful.

So now - Russia starts much more close cooperation with North Korea...

For example North Korea recognized Donetsk People's Republic....

As far as I understand they need a lot of modern weaponry...

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Posted in: German population hits record 84 mil due to Ukraine refugees See in context

The influx of Ukrainian refugees to Germany has pushed the country's population to a new all-time high of more than 84 million,

happy nation!

And yesterday 3 of for lines of North Stream were blown up - so no energy for growing population

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Posted in: Putin's call-up fuels Russians' anger, protests and violence See in context

Yep, that’s right. Some other Russia. Do you think you represent the whole country

Just imagine: i'm sitting in Russia explaining something to Japanese people about Japanese domestic politics.

What is good for them and what is wrong.

Who is good guy and who is bad.

The same thing.

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Posted in: Lights out, ovens off: Europe preps for winter energy crisis See in context

Sad state of affairs for your average European. EU and NATO should have prepared for this years ago. Relying on a foreign nation and then antagonising that nation not a very clever policy.

I'm totally agree with you.

Very very strange idea

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Posted in: Lights out, ovens off: Europe preps for winter energy crisis See in context

 Europe heads into winter in the throes of an energy crisis, offices are getting chillier. Statues and historic buildings are going dark. 

So they made their choice.

Support Nazi regime - it's always a little bit too expensive. But they never learned.

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Posted in: Putin's call-up fuels Russians' anger, protests and violence See in context

Putin's call-up fuels Russians' anger, protests and violence

By the way, I'm from Russia.

May be some other Russia...

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