SRS Putin declares war in Ukraine, surprising no one

James May

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because 80% of Russians support the war in Ukraine even if they don't want to be at the front lines themselves. Fuck these people, they are responsible for voting for Putin initially and then not opposing him when he decided to stay in power indefinitely.

Do you think Russia has fair and transparent elections? :hsugh:

Did you feel the same way about the military aged Syrian refugees? What's the difference?
 

Gaunt

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Just thought about this, another part of the "referendum". The areas become "part of russia" and conscripts can only serve in russia. A round about way to get around the law
 
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Mazy D.

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Do you think Russia has fair and transparent elections? :hsugh:

Did you feel the same way about the military aged Syrian refugees? What's the difference?
in Ukraine, when election results were doctored, people came out to protest and demanded new elections. It worked.
10 years later when UA president tried to become a dictator, he was thrown out after the revolution.
Russians could've done the same, but they didn't. Why? Well, partly due to apathy, partly because they love a strong man, their culture produces dictators and they are usually ok with it. Many still love Stalin and wish Putin was more like him.


to your second question, I have no answers. I am not educated about what's going on in Syria. I don't understand their situation enough to comment.
 
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Howdy Arabia

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PanzerAce

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Why is nobody (Finland, Lithuania) willing to consider Russian nationals as refugees trying to escape a tyrannical dictator that would have conscripted into the meat grinder?

Because the ones trying to escape waited until *they* were at risk of going to the meat grinder. They're not trying to escape putin, they're trying to escape the consequences of their own (in)action.
 

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Because the ones trying to escape waited until *they* were at risk of going to the meat grinder. They're not trying to escape putin, they're trying to escape the consequences of their own (in)action.

ehhh i'd be at canadas border asap if that situation happened here. i dont blame them. im not happy with um but i get it.
 
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fuqxyu

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Why is nobody (Finland, Lithuania) willing to consider Russian nationals as refugees trying to escape a tyrannical dictator that would have conscripted into the meat grinder?
well maybe because their country invaded a neighboring country
so let them fix their own internal problems
 
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James May

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And if you were super pro-war and invasion and war crimes up until a draft, the Canadians would be perfectly in the right to tell you to get fucked.


Everyone ITT making the assumption that Russians are "pro-war" and "pro-putin" based on data released by Putin's government :rofl:

The same russian government that said it'd be a 3-4 day offensive. 🤡🤡🤡
 
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