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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Jan 27, 2023 1:01 pm

Paphitis wrote:
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Robin Hood wrote:Paphitis ……

IMODIUM is quite affective for Diarrhea ….. maybe it works on verbal Diarrhea as well, although I am not sure they do the super-strength version your insane narrative indicates you need!

How many consecutive posts was that? 6 and all of them based on just your bullshit opinions ……. and not a single fact to verify all that crap just a fart at the end as support!

I think you will find you have underestimated Russia but, by the time you find out you got it all wrong …….. it will be too late.

You do realize that your Western Alliance is just five countries + 1? The US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealnd and Israel, plus a few hostage countries that will quickly change sides, many have already. All of those countries are Ex-Colonial and have been and one still is, responsible for the almost total eradication of the native population. Many natives surviving today have lost all their land and live on reservations. It’s a ‘family habit’ known commonly as GENOCIDE!

The rest of the World is either indifferent, neutral or will support the Russians over the US self declared Exceptional Nation, any day. :roll:


The Nato cheerleader is on parade mode. He doesn't even know the Abrams need 3 hours of maintenance for every hour of operation, nor how long the training required to use them will be, neither when exactly those tanks are going to be delivered. Probably after the Russians take half Ukraine. But more importantly he doesn't know how many days they will last in battle before either been destroyed or brake down, with absolutely no possibility of getting repaired in Ukraine. Just like every other weapon they wasted so far... :lol: :lol: :lol:


I know it and said it but you are too daft to notice it because you are not bright.

I said it early that the Americans only dontated the 50 Abrams to unlock the Leopards, because it will be easier for Ukraine to ioperate Leopards as it will be easier logistically to maintain, operate and train on.

With the Abrams, the Amerikans will set up their own maintenance facility to support the Ukrainian Abrams in Poland. So damaged Abrams can be repaired there by Merika and Maintained through their life cycle.

The good thing is though, is that Poland is buying 250 of them and even this will be a mute point as well as Poland will have all the back up and support very soon.

Oh and don't forget about the Bradleys. That is a weapon that is also game changing.


Sure fantasy boy. 12 Leopards from Germany 14 from Poland, 4-8 from Norway and 31 Abrams from Marikka the bitch, all destined to arrive with trained Ukrainians in mid summer the earliest, are going to fuck Russia . Sure, sure. The truth is that if Russia ever gets fucked, the whole world will get fucked. But you are so naive that you can't understand what crossing the red line means. So Marikka the bitch is doubling down. This doubling down can't last for ever. And if you think Russia is going to get scared and abandon Ukraine you better think twice.


Wishful thinking.

The US has already sent the Abrams to Poland which means they new about a decision to send Abrams 1 month ago as everything was already afoot from then.

Nope! They have been ordered to the factory. They need to cripple them a bit :lol: :lol: :lol:

As for the Leopards, they will be mobilized why end of next month and the challengers are already in Ukraine, as are all the Bradleys.

Don't forget the 53 Leopards from Spain.

And there will be more and that includes more from Turkey and Greece.

You are too fast Nato General, fantasizing as usual. I never knew 20-53 unconfirmed from Spain, means 53. Just like the 14-80 from Germany finally became 12.

https://rybar.ru/piwigo/upload/2023/01/ ... 4f632a.jpg

I wish you General and the Ukrainians the best of logistics and maintenance nightmare .
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Jan 27, 2023 1:28 pm

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Lordo wrote:It is such a same that there are idiots here who are totally blind to the facts.

This was all along an American economic war against Russia and the whole objective was to isolate Russia and collapse her economy.


The US driven economic war has failed spectacularly! It has misfired and it is Europe and the UK that has suffered most ..... Russia seems to be doing very well in comparison.

People like Paphitis are driven by propaganda and a hatred of Russia, it is obvious in his posts ...... he is full of hubris and expresses his own rather ill-informed views of reality.

One thing that struck me is ....... if you were to visit Russia wherever you go you will speak to Russians. They will all speak variations of Russian and their tribal history will go back hundreds if not thousands of years?

If you were to visit US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand ........ you will speak to immigrants with a history in 'their' countries going back at most 2-300 years ....... and they are all English speaking stock and European in some isolated communities, But the predominant language is NOT the language of the country they occupy. In each case, as I have said before, the original population have all but been destroyed through a genocide by the invaders.

Maybe this is the reason why, when attacking Russia, you are taking on patriots and is why Putin's popularity rating is so high, compared to the ratings of the leaders by the population in these mongrel ex-Colonial States. He appears to be patriotic rather then acting as a dictator, but he IS strong and decisive but he works in the interests of the Russian people and the Russian Federation. I don't see any of the trappings of an 'Oligarch' ...... all the accusations that he is ..... and is worth billions ...... is a figment of the imagination of anti-Putin extremists like Paphitis! :roll:


The Oligarchs are a remnant of the collapse of the Soviets Union.The majority were just ex factory /manufacturing/infrastructure directors. They exist everywhere in large numbers including Ukraine, Poland, everywhere. Their exploitation was done in collaboration with Western partners, and it still goes on in Ex Soviet, now Nato, vassal states. Putin had no other option, than let them continue operating, after he received a fully corrupt and bankrupt state from Yeltsin.Otherwise the state would not generate any revenue.The condition was they wouldn't place their interests above those of the State. More or less this condition was accepted. To what degree though?
Look at Gazprom which is now getting paid in rubbles which is useless for their western partners. Then count how many Gazprom oligarchs "committed suicide" last year. :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Lordo » Fri Jan 27, 2023 4:11 pm

There is a clip of Putin talking to some factory directors out in the far east. Where they decided to close the factory as it was not making as much profit as they wished. And Putin ordering them to open the factory as the town is small and these people have no other way of making a living.

How many places does this happen in the world?
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Robin Hood » Fri Jan 27, 2023 5:26 pm

Lordo wrote:There is a clip of Putin talking to some factory directors out in the far east. Where they decided to close the factory as it was not making as much profit as they wished. And Putin ordering them to open the factory as the town is small and these people have no other way of making a living.

How many places does this happen in the world?

I hate to say this but apparently Hitler did the same .... in the early days! He told the company owners were they could locate their factories to provide the work for the people that needed it ...... and then built the Autobahn system. I worked on a project in Oxfordshire (JET) and it was full of Germans ....... we had many a long chat about Germany under Hitler and about WWII. :wink:
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Lordo » Fri Jan 27, 2023 5:34 pm

Robin Hood wrote:
Lordo wrote:There is a clip of Putin talking to some factory directors out in the far east. Where they decided to close the factory as it was not making as much profit as they wished. And Putin ordering them to open the factory as the town is small and these people have no other way of making a living.

How many places does this happen in the world?

I hate to say this but apparently Hitler did the same .... in the early days! He told the company owners were they could locate their factories to provide the work for the people that needed it ...... and then built the Autobahn system. I worked on a project in Oxfordshire (JET) and it was full of Germans ....... we had many a long chat about Germany under Hitler and about WWII. :wink:
To put some context to this though it is worth mentioning that when Hitler came to power, you would take a wheel borough load on money to buy one piece of bread. Germans were starving, which is why they turned to Nazis.
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Robin Hood » Fri Jan 27, 2023 5:58 pm

Lordo wrote:[To put some context to this though it is worth mentioning that when Hitler came to power, you would take a wheel borough load on money to buy one piece of bread. Germans were starving, which is why they turned to Nazis.


Was it not more like they turned to a strong leader that actually got things done rather than 'The Party' ? If Putin had been in charge of HS2 .... it would have been finished years ago. It took Russia a little over five years to design and build the new Crimean twin road/rail Bridge, which is pretty good going. They obviously had a good management team ..... and a good 'managing director'? :wink:

You have to give him all credit he does lead from the front and says what he thinks and puts a few noses out of joint. If you can’t do the job you get fired ....... which is fair enough!

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Londonrake » Fri Jan 27, 2023 6:23 pm

And................................................ I'm the fascist? :?
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Londonrake » Fri Jan 27, 2023 7:24 pm

Lordo wrote:To put some context to this though it is worth mentioning that when Hitler came to power, you would take a wheel borough load on money to buy one piece of bread. Germans were starving, which is why they turned to Nazis.


That's not entirely how it happened, or why.

As always, you don't take the trouble to actually look into these things. You just "spin" off the top of your head. Happy in the knowledge that - from long experience - very few will actually take the trouble to disagree/correct you.

I understand. La la Land loneliness is a terrible thing.
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Robin Hood » Fri Jan 27, 2023 7:57 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Lordo wrote:To put some context to this though it is worth mentioning that when Hitler came to power, you would take a wheel borough load on money to buy one piece of bread. Germans were starving, which is why they turned to Nazis.


That's not entirely how it happened, or why.

As always, you don't take the trouble to actually look into these things. You just "spin" off the top of your head. Happy in the knowledge that - from long experience - very few will actually take the trouble to disagree/correct you.

I understand. La la Land loneliness is a terrible thing.


"That's not entirely how it happened, or why."

Why do you make comments ..... criticise others ......... without actually explaining yourself. Try explaining!
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Londonrake » Fri Jan 27, 2023 8:30 pm

Robin Hood wrote:
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Lordo wrote:To put some context to this though it is worth mentioning that when Hitler came to power, you would take a wheel borough load on money to buy one piece of bread. Germans were starving, which is why they turned to Nazis.


That's not entirely how it happened, or why.

As always, you don't take the trouble to actually look into these things. You just "spin" off the top of your head. Happy in the knowledge that - from long experience - very few will actually take the trouble to disagree/correct you.

I understand. La la Land loneliness is a terrible thing.


"That's not entirely how it happened, or why."

Why do you make comments ..... criticise others ......... without actually explaining yourself. Try explaining!


I'm uncomfortable here, on this thread. You will have to wait for Paphitis's next orbit. :wink:

IMHO, Mr Lordo doesn't deserve to jump from one side of the fence to the other without anybody noticing or passing comment though.

We all have our views. Whether right or wrong, most tend to remain faithful to them.

As far as criticism goes I think I have gotten more than given wrt the man.
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