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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:02 pm

Battle For The Largest Nuclear Power Plant In Europe

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Aug 12, 2022 11:07 pm

Ukraine Fires American Rockets Onto Nuclear Power Plant

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:49 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:Ukraine Fires American Rockets Onto Nuclear Power Plant

https://t.me/southfronteng/30518


Oh so now the Ukrainians are firing ATACMS on a Nuclear Power plant? Only because it suits your propaganda.

But the attach on SAKI and the 50 plus Russian Logistic and Command bases are all accidents - Russians smoking in dangerous areas.

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 13, 2022 3:58 am

Say bye bye S300s, S400s and BUK. Say bye bye miss American pie. :lol:

17 Russian S300/S400 and Buk Missile systems liquidated by Ukraine. 8)



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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Kikapu » Sat Aug 13, 2022 6:43 am

Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Oh, you are talking about nuking the Chinese when you talk about there being enough military resources. Are you sure the West wants to take that route with China? I was talking more about conventional military resources like the ones given to Ukraine.

The cost of anything, especially in terms of lives, depends on the prize and national pride. How many lives were lost in WWI and WWII? Loss of lives in Ukraine now is peanuts in comparison to past great wars and so would a conventional invasion of Taiwan by China or North Korea on the South.


Kikapu wrote:Oh, you are talking about nuking the Chinese when you talk about there being enough military resources. Are you sure the West wants to take that route with China? I was talking more about conventional military resources like the ones given to Ukraine.

The cost of anything, especially in terms of lives, depends on the prize and national pride. How many lives were lost in WWI and WWII? Loss of lives in Ukraine now is peanuts in comparison to past great wars and so would a conventional invasion of Taiwan by China or North Korea on the South.


Where did I say that? :roll:

I mentioned US Military resources - that it has enough to fight WW3 just from their stockpiles and resources in Japan alone.

I never said the US will nuke Chy-na. The US wouldn't even attack Chy-na, let alone nuke anyone. The only 2 countries threatening Nuclear Warfare was Russia and Chy-na. But if it does that, then it leaves the US no other choice.

I do not want the US to nuke Russia or Chy-na.

It's easy to make big statements but it is very doubtful that Chy-na is able to conduct a successful invasion of Taiwan as it just simply doesn't have the resources to land enough Trrops on the island and if they tried, it would result in a bloodbath. I am glad you acknowledge that Russian and Chy-nese lives don't matter to their leaders.

The lives of US soldiers actually do matter. American soldiers are heroes to Americans. They are idolized by a thankful population. I guess that just goes to show the humanity of the American nation as compared to the Russian and Chy-nese.


You said,

That's already in hand as far as military resources are concerned - there is already a US Battle Group near Taiwan, and America's military resources in Japan alone are enough to wage Nuclear WW3 against Chy-na

cyprus47975-6920.html

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Aug 13, 2022 10:08 am

Paphitis wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:Ukraine Fires American Rockets Onto Nuclear Power Plant

https://t.me/southfronteng/30518


Oh so now the Ukrainians are firing ATACMS on a Nuclear Power plant? Only because it suits your propaganda.

Propaganda?? You must be living in a parallel Universe. Give me one good reason why the Russians would attack themselves, just one, stupid boy... Did you know the Russians are the only ones pushing the UN to send an international committee to watch the plant? Did you know the only one who refuses is Zelensky himself? Of course you don't, how could you. Go regurgitate the hay you've been fed all day.

But the attach on SAKI and the 50 plus Russian Logistic and Command bases are all accidents - Russians smoking in dangerous areas.

Who said it was an accident? Give me just one official Russian statement saying it was an accident.
What actually was/is circulating in the social media, especially the ones you are watching, is personal opinions about various possible scenarios. The Zelensky regime though OFFICIALLY claimed it was bombed by the Russians... just because idiots like you exist in great numbers.



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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Aug 13, 2022 10:26 am

Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Oh, you are talking about nuking the Chinese when you talk about there being enough military resources. Are you sure the West wants to take that route with China? I was talking more about conventional military resources like the ones given to Ukraine.

The cost of anything, especially in terms of lives, depends on the prize and national pride. How many lives were lost in WWI and WWII? Loss of lives in Ukraine now is peanuts in comparison to past great wars and so would a conventional invasion of Taiwan by China or North Korea on the South.


Kikapu wrote:Oh, you are talking about nuking the Chinese when you talk about there being enough military resources. Are you sure the West wants to take that route with China? I was talking more about conventional military resources like the ones given to Ukraine.

The cost of anything, especially in terms of lives, depends on the prize and national pride. How many lives were lost in WWI and WWII? Loss of lives in Ukraine now is peanuts in comparison to past great wars and so would a conventional invasion of Taiwan by China or North Korea on the South.


Where did I say that? :roll:

I mentioned US Military resources - that it has enough to fight WW3 just from their stockpiles and resources in Japan alone.

I never said the US will nuke Chy-na. The US wouldn't even attack Chy-na, let alone nuke anyone. The only 2 countries threatening Nuclear Warfare was Russia and Chy-na. But if it does that, then it leaves the US no other choice.

I do not want the US to nuke Russia or Chy-na.

It's easy to make big statements but it is very doubtful that Chy-na is able to conduct a successful invasion of Taiwan as it just simply doesn't have the resources to land enough Trrops on the island and if they tried, it would result in a bloodbath. I am glad you acknowledge that Russian and Chy-nese lives don't matter to their leaders.

The lives of US soldiers actually do matter. American soldiers are heroes to Americans. They are idolized by a thankful population. I guess that just goes to show the humanity of the American nation as compared to the Russian and Chy-nese.


You said,

That's already in hand as far as military resources are concerned - there is already a US Battle Group near Taiwan, and America's military resources in Japan alone are enough to wage Nuclear WW3 against Chy-na

cyprus47975-6920.html

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It's been a long time the Nato General "Paphitakko the Great" has nothing other than nonsense to say like e.g.
Russia MUST lose this war and it WILL lose this war.
cyprus47975-4330.html#p920413
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Aug 13, 2022 10:47 am

The first few minutes explain why the Americans using the Ukrainians as proxies fire at the Zaporichia nuclear power plant.

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Get Real! » Sat Aug 13, 2022 10:59 am

I wonder if Paphitis values the opinion of former CIA covert intelligence officer, Andrew Bustamante...

https://seed126.bitchute.com/SaNUTh4l0C ... hL8kmO.mp4
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 13, 2022 11:31 am

There was no checks done as to who came from where into UK. People in the west of Ukraine who have not actually been attacked have come to britain for free housing and free food as well as be able to work. This ability to be able to work from the day they arrive is not given to any other refugees. They are forced to wait for years while their case is heared.

Our Ukrainian guests are now going back to Ukraine for holiday this summer and the people who have taken them in are begining to ask questions.
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