vic.M comments

Posted in: Kremlin says referendum result paves way to annex part of Ukraine See in context

Those Russian people in the Donbass regions have been living there for hundreds of years. Ukraine in History has always been a part of Russia.

Who has been attacking them for the last 8 years with the loss of many lives ? Why do the Russian haters ignore this ?

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

This war is a war is being waged ,against NATO and the west. using Ukraine as canon fodder. NATO had already been training Ukraine soldiers and supplying weapons long before Russia went in to protect the Russian spealing areas in the Donbass,

Ukraine had been shelling these regions for 8 years with the loss of more than 14,000 civilian lives.

Those being called up are not used on the front lines but will be there to protect the Russian speaking areas whilst freeing up the experienced military to do their work elsewhere.

If you want to know the real truth and history of what is going on, look for Scott Ritter who is an ex UN weapons inspector.

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Posted in: Kremlin stages votes in Ukraine; sees protests in Russia See in context

Ever notice that most of the news always comes from Ukraine or the west ? Of course everything they state is true, isn't it ?

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Posted in: Biden rebukes Putin after Russian reservists called up for war See in context

Biden accused Putin of "shamelessly" violating the U.N. Charter -----

It was the United Nations that brokered the original Minsk agreement between Russia and the Ukraine which Ukraine violated straight after it was signed by shelling the Donbass Russian speaking regions for the next 8 years.

Previous to that, it was the UN who warned of the rising Nazism in Ukraine which was reported by major news at the time.

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Posted in: Japan weighs plan for ban on hotel guests without masks: report See in context

How long is everyone going to wear these masks, Going in to the 3rd year now for a so called virus with more than 99 percent recovery rate.

The only outbreak is the constant testing of a virus that has never been isolated. Even experts in the field of virus and infections around the worldall state that masks do not do anything.

New Zealand has ditched the masks and so have some other countries also. If anyone is infected with anything, it is just the normal Flu. After all, what happened to the Flu statistics that used to be reported ?

People are so indoctrinated that they still wear these masks out in open deserted streets at night or while driving their cars etc.

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Posted in: Sony withdraws from music business in Russia See in context

Ditto, no loss.

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Posted in: IAEA to have 'full picture' of Ukraine nuclear plant in days See in context

To all those Russian haters. Ukraine had been shelling the Donbass Russian speaking regions for the last 8 years with the loss of over 14,000 civilian lives, and you think the Russians are bad.

Apart from the broken agreements between Russia and Ukraine ( Minsk agreement for one ) which was brokered by France and Gernany, was the continuing threat of NATO breaking their agreements also.

Ukrain in history always was a part of Russia so of course there would be certain areas today with Russians still living in Ukraine. One of the main reasons Putin went in to war with Ukraine was because of the slaughter of it's own citizens by the Nazi militas and Ukraine military.

And before someone decides to delete me for being offensive/vulgar, it was the United Nations in 2012 who reported that there was a real threat of Nazism rising in the Ukraine

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Posted in: Kishida blames Russia for opposition at nuclear conference See in context

saying Russia should take the blame for its opposition.

Yeah, well it wasn't Russia who bombed the innocent people in Japan in world war II. Nuclear weapons are never going to disappear. Always blaming Russia. for everything.

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Posted in: Japan to maintain sanctions on Russia as Ukraine war drags on See in context

These sanctions have been really good for the Russian economy.

Russia is mostly self sufficent. Plenty of wheat, Corn, buckwheat, sunflower oil, fertilizers, rare gases for production in semi coductors, major supplier of Titanium, plenty of gas, oil, vegetables, minerals in general, exporter of military hardware, Nuclear power plants etc.

Go look at the shops in Moscow and see the abundant food on display with all well dressed people walking around.

The populations of the friendly countries that Russia deals with far exceeds the populations of the gang of seven.

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Posted in: Japanese governors seek change in COVID reporting to help hospitals cope See in context

Truth is that it is the vaccinated that are getting infected. How many people do you read of who state that they were vaccinated but all got this " so called " Covid.

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Posted in: Hino halts more shipments in data fraud scandal See in context

Hino produces the best large trucks in Japan. It is the un-realistic demands of people who are not experts in engineering that set emmission standards that are virtually impossible to adhere to. at this stage anyway.

If vehicle manufacturers could produce engines that are more efficient they would.

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Posted in: U.N. chief, in Ukraine, says he is worried by situation at nuclear plant on front line See in context

Kyiv and the West call it an unprovoked war to conquer Ukraine and erase its thousand-year national identity.

Ukraine was always a part of Russia in the past.

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Posted in: U.N. chief, in Ukraine, says he is worried by situation at nuclear plant on front line See in context

The UN Chief appears to be talking to the wrong person. It should be talking with Russia who is in control of the plant which they secured some months ago and have kept it running safely under Ukraine technisions.

It would be understandable for Russia to close the plant down if Zelensky keeps bombing it. Stories of Russia bombing themselves is quite ridiculous.

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Posted in: CDC director announces shake-up, citing COVID mistakes See in context

The CDC is a corrupt organization and totally in bed with the drug companies.

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Posted in: Japan gov't to extend monetary aid for Ukraine evacuees by 6 months See in context

Look after your own citizens in Japan who are on low non steady employment with low wages etc.

Ukraine citizens are free to go and live in Kiev where life is working normally for everyone there. They don't have to evacuate to other countries.

Do you see Russia attacking Kiev ?

Russia's military actions is to free the Russian speaking citizens in the Donbass regions who have suffered constant shelling from Ukraine over the last 8 years with the loss of more than 14,000 civilian lives.

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Posted in: Study shows environmental impact of 57,000 products sold in supermarkets See in context

Don't worry, you will all be able to eat insects to save the planet. Already being market now and reported on other major news sites.

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Posted in: Injured motorcyclist returned to accident scene after hospital refuses to take him due to positive COVID test See in context

Very rare to hear a medical facility to wash off their prime responsibilities

Not rare at all in Japan. We had personal experience where my father in law had a stroke. We managed to get him in the car and took him to our main hosital where they said there were no doctors on hand. They claimed he wasn't so bad and that we take him home. By now he was dead weight and I said to the 2 people, if you can lift him in to the car we will take him back. They couldn't.

If you see ambulances at a scene that keep sitting even an hour after loading a patient, it is because the paramedics are searching everywhere for a hospital that will accept the patient.

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Posted in: Japan to keep imported wheat price unchanged despite inflation See in context

If Japan was one of the friendly nations, they could get cheap wheat from Russia.

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Posted in: Ukraine power plant shelled again; Zelenskiy rails at Russian 'nuclear terror' See in context

Russia shelling themselves ? What utter garbage. Seems people will believe anything as true as long it is demonizes Russia.

Don't forget more than 14,000 citizens in the Donbass region have been killed by constant shelling over the last 8 years by Ukraine. And all you hear all the time. Russia did this, Russia did that etc.

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Posted in: Russian forces begin assault on two eastern Ukraine cities See in context

Ever noticed that all the reports on the war always from the Ukraine or west countries.

Look at all the videos of the westerners actually living in Ukraine and reporting. They tell a completely different story as they interview the residents in the towns that were attacked. ------

That's a lie!

Russia run out of men, ammunition and Generals 4 months ago.

The Russians are only using a small part of their forces and they also rotate their soldiers continually to keep them fresh. No one really knows how much ammunition and resources Russia has, but it is obvious that they are not running out. Stop listening to the news from the west.

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Posted in: Hiroshima marks 77th memorial of A-bombing amid Russia threat See in context

Russia and its ally Belarus were not invited to this year's peace memorial.

But the country who actually bombed japan with atomic bobs attended. What did Russia do to Japan ?

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Posted in: Japan to extend additional surveillance drones to Ukraine See in context

Saw a video from the Discovery channel on Russian military hardware. It showed Russian radar being able to detect small drones easily and shoot them down.

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Posted in: Inside the super-secure Swiss lab trying to stop the next pandemic See in context

Perhaps they could try and isolate the so called Corona virus which experts around the world have never been able to " Isolate " the Corona virus which has an official survival rate of more than 99 percent.

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Posted in: Japan to extend additional surveillance drones to Ukraine See in context

YrralToday 08:10 am JST

Bronco, Amnesty International has eyewitness testimony of Ukraine committing war crimes,by exposing Ukrainain citizen to danger

The war crimes by Ukraine had been going on for the last 8 years when they were shelling the Donbass region with the loss of more than 14,000 citizen's lives.

That was one of the main reasons Russia went in to Ukraine, apart from the broken Minsk agreements.

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Posted in: Alex Jones concedes Sandy Hook attack was '100% real' See in context

As real as the photos of the children who are now older.

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Posted in: Pelosi lands in Taiwan, defying China threats See in context

Democracy, democracy, always democracy. Don't you get tired of hearing this word continually ? Everything in the name of democracy.

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Posted in: Japan health experts urge gov't to speed up review of COVID measures See in context

It is just a Flu. Don't people get the Flu anymore ?

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Posted in: Truck maker Hino says emissions data faked for 20 years See in context

Unrealistic emmission targets set by people who are not engineers, proven by other auto makers who have not been able to meet these targets over the years.

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Posted in: On Navy Day, Putin says United States is main threat to Russia See in context

ok1517Today 11:51 am JST

So, vic.M, what do you want to tell us?

Russians can't be bribed? Bribery seems to work well in the west.

Russians are neutral? They try to make friends

Russians don't interfere? Who interfered in Iraq, Afghanistan and many other places around the world ?

Russians prevent conflicts from increasing? Yes, stopping the slaughter of more than 14,000 citizens living in the Donabass regions over the last 8 years.

Well, that's what I have to assume reading your post.

Any connection to what is going on in Ukraine now? No, because this post is mainly about the Russian Navy.

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Posted in: On Navy Day, Putin says United States is main threat to Russia See in context

The Russian Navy History, America and Russia --------

Not known to the socialist indoctrinated American people, this report notes, is that during the 84th anniversary year of Navy Day, in 1780, it saw Russian Empress Catherine the Great refusing a bribe from British King George III to interfere in the American Revolution, saw her continuing to trade with the 13 former colonies, and she proclaimed the policy of armed neutrality, which meant that Russian ships would fight back if the British navy tried to stop them from crossing the Atlantic—then during the 167th anniversary year of Navy Day, in 1863, it saw Russian Czar Alexander II sending Russian fleet warships to New York City and San Francisco to prevent British and French from invading the United States during the American Civil War to divide up between them.  ( Sorcha Faal )

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