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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Mon, 23 Nov 2020, 19:30

I lived in USSR where there was universal equality and friendship between peoples.
And then at the snap of their fingers they all began to kill and expel each other from land.
Lets see what will happen if power in country weakens.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby STMKY » Tue, 24 Nov 2020, 08:35

There is a very big difference between France and the USSR. In the USSR, all peoples lived in their historical homeland. In France, all these migrants from Africa and Asia are descendants of colonial regimes. They have a different attitude towards the French. There was a conflict there from the beginning. So when they take over. They will do to the French the same as the French did to their ancestors.

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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Tue, 24 Nov 2020, 11:28

Unlike USSR propaganda of hostile countries aimed at national minorities does not work against Europe.
This is not case at moment. But someday this propaganda may start.
Western propaganda against USSR and Russia was aimed precisely at provoking interethnic conflicts.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 07:56

The U.S. Army Has A Rocket Surprise For Russian Troops In Crimea

The U.S. Army sneaked a pair of long-range rocket launchers near Russia’s Black Sea outpost on Thursday, fired off a few rockets then hurried the launchers back to the safety of their base in Germany. All within a few hours.


https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidaxe/2 ... 5737443ad3


Any missile launch could provoke a retaliatory missile strike by Russian armed forces. Need to know this in any occupied colony from Europe.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 08:03

In addition M142 HIMARS will not finish off from Constanta to Crimea ...
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 08:38

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"My late stepfather, Samuel Pisar, he was one of 900 children in his school in Bialystok, Poland, but the only one to survive the Holocaust after four years in concentration camps," Blinken said. “At the end of the war, he made a break from a death march into the woods of Bavaria. From his hiding place, he heard a deep rumbling sound. It was a tank. But instead of the Iron Cross, he saw painted on its side a five-pointed white star. He ran to the tank, the hatch opened. An African-American GI looked down at him.


https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-e ... m-n1248770

Bialystok was part of USSR from 39 to 41 when Nazis occupied it. In the summer of 1944 Bialystok was liberated by Red Army. His stepfather could never have been in a concentration camp for 4 years.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 08:43

In any case this character is much more worthy than bloody Nazi bastards who were massively granted residence permits by US and Canada.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 08:50

Many people unknow that outer perimeter of Palace where Nuremberg Tribunal

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuremberg_trials

took place was guarded by soldiers of former Latvian and Estonian SS legions dressed in American military uniforms. :D

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Company of Latvian guards at Stuttgart Tribunal, 1948

https://pilsonis.livejournal.com/5222.html
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 08:53

These bloody degenerates killed tens of thousands of women and children in Russia. They did poorly against Red Army and were mainly used to exterminate civilians.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 09:51

Brink of World War 3: Russian ship threatens to RAM rival as chaos erupts at sea

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/13 ... imir-putin
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Thu, 26 Nov 2020, 17:42

By the way, here is an interview with Anthony Blinken
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antony_Blinken
stepfather Samuel Pizar.
He visited USSR and Russia many times.
Translated by Google.

- You said that you owe your release to the Americans. Did the Red Army play a role in your destiny?

- There were many Russians in Auschwitz. Twice a day we were lined up in the central square of the camp to count people. A young Russian soldier - he was probably 18-19, I was 15 - tried to escape from Auschwitz. He managed to get out of the camp, but he was captured, brought back and was going to be hanged in front of thousands of prisoners as a sign of intimidation. They brought him to the gallows, hanging a cardboard sign on his chest with the German inscription: “Hurray! Hooray! Hooray! I'm glad to be back! "

A Nazi officer came up to knock a stool out from under him. Suddenly the soldier jumped up with all his might and kicked the officer in the face - we then found his teeth. And then he died. This incredible heroism changed something in me.

Before his death, the soldier shouted: “For the Motherland! For Stalin!" But that's another question. In any case, he was already practically dead then. For this heroism, and also for the fact that Auschwitz was liberated by the Soviet troops, I am grateful for life.

I was saved both by the Battle of Stalingrad, which became a turning point in the war, and by the advance of the Soviet army.

- How do you feel about attempts by politicians to present the liberators as occupiers?

- For me during the Second World War, Russia was a savior. I consider the Russian and American armies to be my saviors. One can criticize Stalin, the Gulag, everything that happened in Russia in the 1920s-1930s, but one cannot question the heroism, sacrifice, and Russia's victory in the war against fascism. It's sacred.


https://ria.ru/20100126/206350933.html? ... cXSVOWWUvg
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Fri, 27 Nov 2020, 08:09

By the way he met the 761st Tank Battalion soldiers advancing in East where only black soldiers served due to racial segregation in US.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/761st_Tan ... ted_States)
Тroops of country were moving towards them where discriminated against Jews ... :D
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Sat, 28 Nov 2020, 08:07

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Snow fell. 8-)
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Sat, 28 Nov 2020, 08:36

How Should Biden Respond to Russia’s Civil Society Crackdown?

The more pressure America tries to exert on Russia, the more draconian Moscow’s moves become internally toward anyone connected with the West.

One of Vershbow and Fried’s principal suggestions is that America should engage in “Exchanges, support for free media, and contact with a broad range of Russians—including, but not limited to, the opposition…” Vershbow and Fried acknowledge that “Putin’s regime will not like that, and will continue to stigmatize Russians who engage with the West as foreign agents. The United States needs to persevere despite the obstacles.” They also write that America should "fight back in the information space." This may sound uncontroversial and sensible. But such efforts could also inadvertently boomerang, leading to an even greater crackdown on civil society in Russia. The danger is not simply that Putin’s regime “will continue to stigmatize Russians,” but that the more pressure America tries to exert on Russia, the more draconian Moscow’s moves become internally toward anyone connected with the West.

Indeed, a new Russian law was just introduced in the Duma called the “Foreign Agents” bill. It would render most outside support for local organizations potentially illegal. Under the proposed law, all NGOs, non-registered organizations, and individuals engaged in political activity must term themselves foreign agents and report all instances of foreign funding in an affidavit submitted no less than twice a year. That funding includes any foreign entity, not just governments, and encompasses all third-party transactions. They must also report any conditions associated with all external funding and the specific steps they took to implement said conditions, potentially opening them up to further criminal prosecution. Moreover, any political candidates found to have received external funding must label themselves as agents of a specific foreign country and publicly disclose all of their interactions with nationals of that country.

There’s more. The law also renders it illegal for all foreign media outlets operating in Russia to promote or hinder a political candidate, or to take a stance on ongoing Russian referenda. Western outlets with Moscow bureaus stand to lose accreditation and, with it, the ability to operate in Russia, if they were to follow the report’s recommendation to “fight back.” This law—and others like it—has been conceived in no small part as a reaction to precisely the kind of Western intervention in Russian civic society that is being proposed by the authors. The result is to create a negative feedback loop that makes it more difficult, not easier, for opposition groups to flourish. In calling for vigorous Western support for the Russian opposition, the authors inadvertently hamstring the ability of that very opposition to function at the most basic level.


https://nationalinterest.org/feature/ho ... own-173290

Naturally none of Russians are in danger because of contact with people from West.
For example i have been doing this on this forum for last few years. :D

But if someone takes money from West for any activity in Russia he must inform about this fact and pay taxes.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Sat, 28 Nov 2020, 10:16

Unfortunately government does not properly pursue paid foreign agents.
This is a big mistake in my opinion.
Voluntary public organization "Committee for Protection of National Interests" regularly publishes information about foreign agents.

https://vk.com/komitetnacinter

For this account of Committee was banned from Twitter.

https://twitter.com/inagent_net/media
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Sat, 28 Nov 2020, 10:31

There is strict censorship in Russian segment of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. This censorship is carried out for Russian language resources located on territory of Russia.
Some media accounts have been deleted !
Now Russian Government has taken up this issue. Violation of freedom of speech is likely to be followed by fines and blocking.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Sun, 29 Nov 2020, 11:02

Due to fake poisoning of Navalny sanctions were imposed on Russia.
I have a question.
Will there be sanctions against Jewish Nazis and terrorists for killing a scientist from Iran?
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Sun, 29 Nov 2020, 20:29

Tsna River ... 7 km from my house.

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Re: Political Thread

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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Mon, 30 Nov 2020, 16:06

The United States and Putin’s Russia have fundamentally different values and clashing visions of the international order. No single summit, visit, reset, offer, or threat will turn things around.

https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/wp-cont ... ia-PDF.pdf

A look at history and current situation in Russia from side of two idiots one of whom was ambassador to Russia.
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Re: Political Thread

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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 02 Dec 2020, 08:45

Russia After the end of the Cold War, NATO attempted to build a meaningful partnership with Russia, based on dialogue and practical cooperation in areas of common interest. But Russia’s aggression against Georgia and Ukraine, followed by its ongoing military build-ups and assertive activity in the Baltic and Black Sea regions, in the Eastern Mediterranean, Baltic, and in the High North, have led to a sharp deterioration in the relationship and negatively impacted the security of the Euro-Atlantic area. Russia routinely engages in intimidatory military operations in the immediate vicinity of NATO and has enhanced its reach and capabilities for threatening airspace and freedom of navigation in the Atlantic. It has violated a number of major international commitments and developed an array of conventional and non-conventional capabilities that threaten both the security of individual NATO Allies and the stability and cohesion of the Alliance as a whole. Russia has amply demonstrated its ability and willingness to use military force, and continues to attempt to exploit fissures between Allies, and inside NATO societies. It has also employed chemical weapons on Allied soil, costing civilian lives.Following the illegitimate and illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, the Alliance has maintained a united front to Russian aggression, both militarily, in improvements to NATO’s deterrence posture along the eastern flank, and politically, in the solidarity that Allies have shown in response to Russia’s orchestration of the Salisbury nerve agent attack, breach of the INF Treaty, and other aggressive actions. In 2016 and again in 2018, Allies reaffirmed a dual-track policy of deterrence and readiness to continue dialogue with Russia in the NATO-Russia Council (NRC) to exchange views on the crisis in Ukraine, and maintained military channels of communication with the purpose of reducing risks and avoiding misunderstandings. To date, however, Russia’s ongoing assertive policies and aggressive actions—including a hybrid campaign to undermine faith in democratic institutions in the Alliance—have proven persistent obstacles to meaningful dialogue. Looking out to 2030, Russia will most likely remain the main military threat to the Alliance. It confronts NATO with the risk of a fait accompli or with sustained and paralysing pressure in a crisis situation. Faced with such an actor, NATO will have to show diligence and solidarity, while it maintains openings for dialogue in the event that Russia’s leaders choose a more constructive path


https://www.nato.int/nato_static_fl2014 ... rt-Uni.pdf

There can be no talk of any cooperation with NATO until this organization fulfills its promises made to Gorbachev about not expanding to East.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 02 Dec 2020, 08:54

Slavery does not pass without a trace neither for person, nor for country.
At the moment, European armies are practically incapable of combat.
Probably the only exception is French Foreign Legion.
The strongest army Europe is in Turkey.
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 02 Dec 2020, 11:36

Polish press writes about joint Polish American exercises.
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Jak poinformował rzecznik prasowy 16. Dywizji Zmechanizowanej mjr Marek Nabzdyjak wyjaśniając zaistniałą sytuację, „podczas ćwiczeń między żołnierzami armii amerykańskiej a ich polskimi kolegami doszło do konfliktu. Powodem było chamskie zachowanie Amerykanów. Po kolacji grupa pijanych żołnierzy amerykańskich zaczęła obrażać Polaków nazywając ich polskimi świniami, wyrażając te swoje niezadowolenie z warunków pobytu i poziomu wyszkolenia żołnierzy 15. Brygady. W związku z tym doszło do bójki, w której niektórzy polscy żołnierze doznali ciężkiego urazu głowy. Komisja MON prowadzi dochodzenie służbowe.”


According to the spokesman of the 16th Mechanized Division, Major Marek Nabzdyjak, explaining the situation, "during the exercises between the US soldiers and their Polish colleagues, a conflict arose. The reason was the rude behavior of the Americans. After the dinner, a group of drunken American soldiers began to insult the Poles, calling them Polish pigs, expressing their dissatisfaction with the conditions of stay and the level of training of the soldiers of the 15th Brigade. As a result, there was a fight in which some Polish soldiers suffered a serious head injury. The Ministry of National Defense commission conducts an official investigation.


https://dziennik-polityczny.com/2020/11 ... -bC2FT_5Uk
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Re: Political Thread

Postby Vova12 » Thu, 03 Dec 2020, 07:41

Most combatready armies in countries that are forced to rely only on themselves being surounded by hostile states.
For example Israeli army ...
Anyone who relies on someone elses army depends on will of his master.Your own army is degrading.
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