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Does this non nuclear pact of yours include russia giving theirs up? Because that's one of the main issues allowing them to bully their neighbours.

Russian SU-24 crashed in Russia today. Apparently these used for training pilots. There was another crash from a Russian base about a month ago and in Crimea something crashed recently too. Ukraine may have only downed 200 odd fighter jets but they are some of the best pilot's Russia have. Must be desperately trying to train replacements.
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

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Does this non nuclear pact of yours include russia giving theirs up? Because that's one of the main issues allowing them to bully their neighbours.

Russian SU-24 crashed in Russia today. Apparently these used for training pilots. There was another crash from a Russian base about a month ago and in Crimea something crashed recently too. Ukraine may have only downed 200 odd fighter jets but they are some of the best pilot's Russia have. Must be desperately trying to train replacements.

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Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:

Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

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Does this non nuclear pact of yours include russia giving theirs up? Because that's one of the main issues allowing them to bully their neighbours.

Russian SU-24 crashed in Russia today. Apparently these used for training pilots. There was another crash from a Russian base about a month ago and in Crimea something crashed recently too. Ukraine may have only downed 200 odd fighter jets but they are some of the best pilot's Russia have. Must be desperately trying to train replacements.

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The entire world should give up nukes



Possibly the only sensible thing you've posted on here. It's a real shame humans were ever capable of such creations. Regardless they're not responsible for 99.9999999% of war related deaths so they wouldn't change much in the big picture.
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75 missiles launched by Russia at civilian and energy infrastructure all across Ukraine. About half intercepted. Here's one that targeted a pedestrian bridge in Kyiv. Failing to take it out. These missiles cost up to $13M a piece. 

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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

75 missiles launched by Russia at civilian and energy infrastructure all across Ukraine. About half intercepted. Here's one that targeted a pedestrian bridge in Kyiv. Failing to take it out. These missiles cost up to $13M a piece. 


What a waste 

You still think blowing up the bridge was a good idea?


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Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:

Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

75 missiles launched by Russia at civilian and energy infrastructure all across Ukraine. About half intercepted. Here's one that targeted a pedestrian bridge in Kyiv. Failing to take it out. These missiles cost up to $13M a piece. 


What a waste 

You still think blowing up the bridge was a good idea?


Of course and they should target it again. That bridge is vital to Russia resupplying their failing war effort on the Kherson front line. 

These missile attacks happened multiple times on civilian infrastructure since day 1 of the war long before any bridge, illegally built by the dictator was struck.

It's up to Ukraine what they do next but guess what, unlike your loser mentality the Ukrainians will double down and fight even harder to rid themselves of this Russian virus. 

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From the Ukrainians themselves. Backs up what I said. 

https://twitter.com/DefenceU/status/1579388767336648706?t=aGLZmoMW8_P8ltdzeNIX4A&s=19


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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

75 missiles launched by Russia at civilian and energy infrastructure all across Ukraine. About half intercepted. Here's one that targeted a pedestrian bridge in Kyiv. Failing to take it out. These missiles cost up to $13M a piece. 

3 missiles entered Moldovan airspace. Should be interesting. 
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:


It's up to Ukraine what they do next but guess what, unlike your loser mentality the Ukrainians will double down and fight even harder to rid themselves of this Russian virus. 


I read your posts and think your some lad that played Call of Duty as a teenager and know you've progressed onto commenting on real wars with the same mindset. 
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Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:

Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

75 missiles launched by Russia at civilian and energy infrastructure all across Ukraine. About half intercepted. Here's one that targeted a pedestrian bridge in Kyiv. Failing to take it out. These missiles cost up to $13M a piece. 


What a waste 

You still think blowing up the bridge was a good idea?

senior kremlin officials continue to state publicly that they still want regime change and other insane objectives e.g. the destruction of ukraine. something for you to bear in mind,  the russians are not signalling that they are willing to compromise.
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Any credibility in the prospect of a fresh ground invasion from Belarus towards Kiev? 
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Any credibility in the prospect of a fresh ground invasion from Belarus towards Kiev? 

Unlikely. Luka doesn't trust his troops to follow orders and diverting what military personnel he has away from Belarus would embolden his enemies at home.
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Any credibility in the prospect of a fresh ground invasion from Belarus towards Kiev? 

Unlikely. Luka doesn't trust his troops to follow orders and diverting what military personnel he has away from Belarus would embolden his enemies at home.

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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:

Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

75 missiles launched by Russia at civilian and energy infrastructure all across Ukraine. About half intercepted. Here's one that targeted a pedestrian bridge in Kyiv. Failing to take it out. These missiles cost up to $13M a piece. 


What a waste 

You still think blowing up the bridge was a good idea?

senior kremlin officials continue to state publicly that they still want regime change and other insane objectives e.g. the destruction of ukraine. something for you to bear in mind,  the russians are not signalling that they are willing to compromise.

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I see they US have given 4 more HIMARS. Have things more or less stalled?
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

I see they US have given 4 more HIMARS. Have things more or less stalled?

the ukrainians look to be taking an operational pause in order to consolidate their recent gains and prepare for the next offensive. all the while they continue to probe weak points in the russian defences and attrit russian forces using long range artillery. 

looking at osint data russian losses in recent weeks including the past 7 days are unsustainable >>> http://twitter.com/ragnarbjartur/status/1580459877687709696



russian losses have been unsustainable for awhile now which has led to the collapses we have seen in kharkiv, luhansk and north east of the kherson oblast. ben hodges, former commanding general US army europe has stated ukraine will liberate crimea by next summer.





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An apartment block has been hit and damaged in the Ukrainian shelling of the Russian city of Belgorod, Mayor Anton Ivanov has said.

“Air defenses had to be activated today again. There’s damage to a building on Gubkina Street,” 

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Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:

An apartment block has been hit and damaged in the Ukrainian shelling of the Russian city of Belgorod, Mayor Anton Ivanov has said.

“Air defenses had to be activated today again. There’s damage to a building on Gubkina Street,” 


it wasn't a shell it was a missile. whether it was ukrainian or russian is hard to tell at this point. videos show fragments of a missile hitting the building. numerous russian air defence missiles have been filmed malfunctioning over the course of the war while another explanation could be that a ukrainian missile was intercepted with the debris hitting the apartment. 

either way its probably best not to believe russian claims aka propaganda Wink 
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by B6 6HE B6 6HE wrote:

An apartment block has been hit and damaged in the Ukrainian shelling of the Russian city of Belgorod, Mayor Anton Ivanov has said.

“Air defenses had to be activated today again. There’s damage to a building on Gubkina Street,” 


it wasn't a shell it was a missile. whether it was ukrainian or russian is hard to tell at this point. videos show fragments of a missile hitting the building. numerous russian air defence missiles have been filmed malfunctioning over the course of the war while another explanation could be that a ukrainian missile was intercepted with the debris hitting the apartment. 

either way its probably best not to believe russian claims aka propaganda Wink 

Can't trust that Russian propaganda. 

I'll stick to good oul Western propaganda. 


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