Google Groups no longer supports new Usenet posts or subscriptions. Historical content remains viewable.
Dismiss

Air Raid All Over Ukraine Again, Jan 19, about 4 AM Eastern Standard Time

2 views
Skip to first unread message

Klaus Schadenfreude

unread,
Jan 19, 2023, 4:01:24 AM1/19/23
to
Air Raid All Over Ukraine Again, Jan 19, about 4 AM Eastern Standard Time

Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine

https://liveuamap.com/


"People in the Kremlin are Happy to Give"

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Proud Putin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hid10EgMXE


Putin: "My gift is my Drone, and this one's for you"

Elton John - Your Drone
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrznwpD-2tk


Dire Straits - Missile For Nothing. Drones For Free
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTP2RUD_cL0


The Weather Girls - It's Raining Drones
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5aZJBLAu1E


This is a live map. It is updated frequently so the situation will be
different when you view it.

Zoom in and out with your mouse wheel. Left-click and drag with your
mouse pointer to pan the map. Hover your mouse pointer over the icons to
see the descriptions, or click on the icon to open up a side panel to
see a list of detailed description. Click on the icon (labeled "Source")
to see the source of the report.

https://liveuamap.com/

It takes 10 minutes to update the air raid siren icons.

The top right corner has a button labeled "Key". Click on it to see the
colour scheme and meaning of symbols.

The top right corner has a button labeled "Time". Click on it to trace
back all the way to January.




Mighty Wannabe's Co-Owner

unread,
Jan 19, 2023, 7:54:45 AM1/19/23
to
On Thu, 19 Jan 2023 04:01:20 -0500, Klaus-worshiping hitlerite Wannabe
forged

>Air Raid All Over Ukraine Again, Jan 19, about 4 AM Eastern Standard Time

Putin adds to his war crimes!

governo...@gmail.com

unread,
Jan 19, 2023, 9:10:00 PM1/19/23
to

governo...@gmail.com

unread,
Jan 19, 2023, 9:10:54 PM1/19/23
to

Steve from Colorado

unread,
Jan 22, 2023, 5:01:28 PM1/22/23
to
On 1/19/2023 2:01 AM, Klaus Schadenfreude wrote:
> Air Raid All Over Ukraine Again, Jan 19, about 4 AM Eastern Standard Time
>
> Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
>
> https://liveuamap.com/
>
>


Check out the new Miss Ukraine:


https://twitter.com/JoeyFromPhilly/status/1613516596143693824

--
"Title 8, U.S.C. § 1324(a) defines several distinct offenses related to
aliens. Subsection 1324(a)(1)(i)-(v) prohibits alien smuggling, domestic
transportation of unauthorized aliens, concealing or harboring
unauthorized aliens, encouraging or inducing unauthorized aliens to
enter the United States, and engaging in a conspiracy or aiding and
abetting any of the preceding acts. Subsection 1324(a)(2) prohibits
bringing or attempting to bring unauthorized aliens to the United States
in any manner whatsoever, even at a designated port of entry. Subsection
1324(a)(3)."

And it's 1, 2, 3, 4 what are fighting for? Don't ask me I don't give
dam, the next stop is Banderastan!

https://www.globalgulag.us

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 22, 2023, 8:46:09 PM1/22/23
to
On Sun, 22 Jan 2023 15:01:26 -0700, Steve from Colorado
<his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:

>Check out the new Miss Ukraine:
>
>
>https://twitter.com/JoeyFromPhilly/status/1613516596143693824

Lol! Beautiful! Kill Pootin'!

Swill
--
East of Kyiv the Russians ran out of ammo so they started
throwing sticks of dynamite at the Ukrainian lines.
The Ukrainians picked it up, lit it and threw it back.

Siri Cruise

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 3:31:50 PM1/23/23
to
In article <tqkbnl$399n8$1...@dont-email.me>,
Steve from Colorado <his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:

> > Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
> >
> > https://liveuamap.com/
> >
> >
>
>
> Check out the new Miss Ukraine:

When this is all over and russia wants investment to rebuild its
economy, who is going to invest?

--
:-<> Siri Seal of Disavowal #000-001. Disavowed. Denied. Deleted. @
'I desire mercy, not sacrifice.' /|\
Discordia: not just a religion but also a parody. This post / \
I am an Andrea Chen sockpuppet. insults Islam. Mohammed

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 6:50:45 PM1/23/23
to
Siri Cruise wrote on 1/23/2023 3:31 PM:
> In article <tqkbnl$399n8$1...@dont-email.me>,
> Steve from Colorado <his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:
>
>>> Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
>>>
>>> https://liveuamap.com/
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Check out the new Miss Ukraine:
> When this is all over and russia wants investment to rebuild its
> economy, who is going to invest?
>


Russia exports a lot of things that a lot of countries want. I don't
think they need you. It's a muti-polar world now. Just the BRICS
countries plus Africa would be enough for Russia. EU, especially
Germany, will suffer more than Russia would. Germany built its 'European
economic powerhouse' status with cheap Russian energy. No more.



Mighty Wannabe's Co-Owner

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 7:06:08 PM1/23/23
to
On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 18:50:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:

>Siri Cruise wrote on 1/23/2023 3:31 PM:
>> In article <tqkbnl$399n8$1...@dont-email.me>,
>> Steve from Colorado <his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:
>>
>>>> Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
>>>>
>>>> https://liveuamap.com/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> Check out the new Miss Ukraine:
>> When this is all over and russia wants investment to rebuild its
>> economy, who is going to invest?
>>
>
>
>Russia exports a lot of things that a lot of countries want.

Only desperate third world shit holes want anything Russia makes.

EVERYBODY wants German stuff. EVERYBODY wants American stuff.

Russian? Hell, they'll buy Chinese before they buy Russian stuff. You
already know this.

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 7:52:33 PM1/23/23
to
Stupid kraut wrote on 1/23/2023 7:06 PM:
> Russian? Hell, they'll buy Chinese before they buy Russian stuff. You
> already know this.


Russia exports are big on grains and commodities stuff. China sells
mostly consumer goods. They trade.



Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 8:49:03 PM1/23/23
to
On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 18:50:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:

>Russia exports a lot of things that a lot of countries want. I don't
>think they need you. It's a muti-polar world now. Just the BRICS
>countries plus Africa would be enough for Russia.

The BRICS and Africa are helping Ukraine. Sucks to be Pootin'.

Argentina has deployed the "White Helmets" aid group to the
Polish-Ukrainian border. The govt has sent 1,700 tons of foodstuffs
and other supplies while the city of Buenos Aires has annourced it's
own aid package.

Sudan is sending ammo and mortars.

Sudan! SUDAN is sending weapons to Ukraine!

BWAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Brazil has sent food and water purifiers.

Cambodia - CAMBODIA - is training deminers.

Former SSR Azerbaijan, in addition to it's massive giving of
humanitarian aid has also granted free fuel to state vehicles at it's
SOCAR filling stations in Ukraine.

Former SSR The Republic of Georgia has sent over 1,000 tons of
humanitarian aid to Ukraine and shelters over 30,000 Ukrainian
refugees as of 7 December 2022.

Former SSR Kazakhstan, the site of Russia's space program and a member
of Putin's NATO clone, the Collective Security Treaty Organization
(CSTO) has sent medical supplies and food. The Kazakhs are also
members af the EEU, Russia's EU/NAFTA clone that is disintegrating and
are the only member of CSTO on this list because the other three all
resigned from it.

Former SSR Uzbekistan is *another* former Soviet Socialist Republic
bound to Russia through it's "observer" membership in the EEU and has
sent humanitarian aid.

> EU, especially
>Germany, will suffer more than Russia would.

In your dreams. A warm winter combined with a global rush to get LNG
into Europe's gas network has left the Europeans all comfy and cozy.

>Germany built its 'European
>economic powerhouse' status with cheap Russian energy. No more.

Don't need it. Global oil prices are down, even benchmark Brent
Crude.

Russia's energy has become irrelevant. The EU need not have bothered
with a price cap because the price of Urals benchmark crude has fallen
below the cap due to market pressures. Demand for fossil fuel is
dropping rapidly (OPEC is quietly pumping more) and Pootin' is
helpless to do anything about it. Oil and gas are both cheaper now
than they were before the invasion and his oil exports have dropped
another 22% during the past month and it's selling for a bit over
$50/bbl.

<https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Russian-Oil-Exports-Plunged-By-820000-Bpd-Last-Week.html>

A warm winter has ended any Pootin'esque dreams of epidemic
hypothermia in Europe and by next winter, two new LNG facilities will
be open on the continent with one of those scheduled for additional
expansion by 2025. By then, the US and Qatar will be Europe's main
gas providers and nobody will care if nordstream ever gets repaired.
Hell, nobody cares NOW if it ever gets repaired. Personally, I
suspect the reason both lines got blown up was to send Pootin' a
message that he can keep his fucking gas.

Pootin' has cut off his nose to spite his face.

70 nations are providing Ukraine with support while nobody, not even
Pootin's cherished anti-NATO CSTO is with him. The only member that
supports him is Belarus while Kazakhstan is actively aiding Ukraine by
sending medical supplies and food. The CSTO is coming apart at the
seams as it's members war on each other and Pootin' refuses to honor
his bargain of protecting them. He can't; he's destroyed half his
military in Ukraine and the other half is pinned there unable to
leave.

God help him if somebody else attacks Russia. All he has is nukes
that may or may not work. And if he uses them, game over. Russia
will exist only in history books as, "The Evil Empire" that committed
suicide.

Putin is fucked. Bareback, no lube, rammed up the poop chute with a
big one, FUCKED.

Polish aid has been very heavy and is expected to reach at least 0.6%
GDP by the end of this year. To put that in perspective, 0.6% of US
GDP would be 150 BILLION dollars. The Poles are using their airfields
as distribution hubs and most weapons transfers are through Poland.
The list of donated equipment is definitely TL;DR. Clearly the Poles
HATE Russians! Who would have more reason to? Oh, yeah, Ukraine.

Portugal has sent a long list of weapons and non lethal gear and has
announced sending 2 Leopards. The Portugese have been very publicly
supportive and have an open ended offer to Zelensky to provide
whatever he needs that Portugal has to offer including beds in
Portugal's military hospital. All he has to do is ask.

Qatar, like the other small oil states is sending a few million in
humanitarian aid. I suspect they'll wait until the Russians give up
and leave before investing heavily in Ukrainian reconstruction.

Romania's contributions have been mostly non lethal including food and
medicine. They also donated 11 ambulances, are hosting up to 500,000
refugees and are offering medical services for UA soldiers in its
military hospitals.

San Marino (a tiny principality in between Rome and Venice the size of
a small town) has sent humanitarian aid. Seriously, a *village* in
Italy!

BWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

The Saudis have spent over $400m in humanitarian aid.

Serbia has donated 3M euro for children and displaced persons.

Singapore has sent $7M in medical support and is sending nine
ambulances, two fire engines, fire fighting gear, mine detectors and
medical supplies

Slovakia is supplying a lot of fuel, ammunition, *thousands* of
rockets, air defense, S-300s, BVP-1 armored fighting vehicles and much
more.

Slovenia is sending rifles, tanks and BVPs.

Is it just me or is the former Soviet Bloc contributing VERY heavily?
;)

Denmark has been very helpful by hosting UA training since 2016 as
part of a British led training program and sending a huge list of
assorted weapons and equipment including ALL of their mobile artillery

South Korea is helping in any number of ways from weapons to jobs and
support for Ukrainian refugees. They're extending the expired visas
of Ukrainians stranded in the country. They're also sending food,
humanitarian aid, LNG, non lethal gear and medical supplies.

Spain is sending weapons and medical supplies including howitzers,
HAWK air defence and anti-tank grenade launchers.

The whole world loves Ukraine. We fucking HATE Pootin'!

BEND OVER, BITCH! HERE COMES THE DICK!

Swill
--
Nesmiyan says that the situation Moscow finds itself in now
with the CSTO in Central Asia and the South Caucasus "very
much recalls [a similar situation] before the demise of the
USSR," with Russia pulling out and others moving in, however
unwelcome that may be for the Kremlin (Bbc.com/Russian, October 10).
And Filin, even more pessimistically, suggests that, today,
as the CSTO situation demonstrates, "Russia does not have too many friends,
even fewer partners and almost no remaining allies." (Versia.ru, October 17).

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 8:52:17 PM1/23/23
to
On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 16:06:02 -0800, Mighty Wannabe's Co-Owner wrote:

>Only desperate third world shit holes want anything Russia makes.

Hey! Asshole! Russia *IS* a third world shithole! :)

>EVERYBODY wants German stuff. EVERYBODY wants American stuff.
>
>Russian? Hell, they'll buy Chinese before they buy Russian stuff. You
>already know this.

Russia can't make a reliable toaster. Not one that weighs under 5
kilos anyway.

Swill
--
Reality is an acquired taste - Matthew Perry

Klaus Schadenfreude

unread,
Jan 23, 2023, 9:26:36 PM1/23/23
to
Governor Swill wrote on 1/23/2023 8:48 PM:
> On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 18:50:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>
>> Russia exports a lot of things that a lot of countries want. I don't
>> think they need you. It's a muti-polar world now. Just the BRICS
>> countries plus Africa would be enough for Russia.
> [Swill's laughable fantasies snipped]


Please tell us why Zelensky is crying and begging for weapons and hasn't
won back the land he has lost to Russia, huh?

Please take your time --->


--

Tucker Carlson & Candace Owens: Welfare Queen Zelensky & Ukrainian Officials Demand You Fund His Swiss Property & Lambos

https://rumble.com/v1tf528-tucker-carlson-and-candace-owens-zelensky-and-ukrainian-officials-demand-yo.html

https://www.foxnews.com/video/6315358859112


Zelensky Fiddles while Ukraine Burns
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oua0Puihrkc

Zelensky's lie could get millions of Americans killed
https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-lie-millions-americans-killed


Zelensky Bans Opposition Parties in Ukraine
https://www.leftvoice.org/president-zelenskyy-bans-opposition-parties-in-ukraine/

Zelensky declared martial law
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2022/02/24/martial-law-ukraine-russia-attack/6925581001/

Lindsey Graham & John McCain in Ukraine - Preparing for a proxy war with Russia (2016)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeWHviwLMy8

Zelensky was born January 25, 1978 to Jewish parents in the industrial metropolis of Kryvyy Rih in southern Ukraine, USSR. Like many people from Ukraine’s Dnipropetrovsk region, he grew up as a native Russian speaker
https://www.britannica.com/biography/Volodymyr-Zelensky

Zelensky is #1 of The Jerusalem Post's 50 Most Influential Jews of 2022
https://www.jpost.com/50-most-influential-jews-2022

U.S. admits to running Ukraine biolabs
https://www.peoplesworld.org/article/after-months-of-denial-u-s-admits-to-running-ukraine-biolabs/

Is this bald kraut with beady shifty eyes holding hands with the Jew clown?
https://www.thelocal.de/20221207/fact-check-how-much-help-has-germany-given-ukraine/

Zelensky's Green-Screen Fake Video
You can easily discern that Zelensky is standing in front of a green screen in a studio by observing the inconsistency of lighting on Zelensky's face and the natural lighting of the background, and notice that the green-screen artifacts on Zelensky's body outline when the green-screen is edited out, and notice that the background is a static photo by noting there is no change in the background for 10 minutes like wind blowing tree branches and dead leaves, and notice that no white vapor was coming out of Zelensky's mouth when speaking outdoors in freezing temperature in Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5txQHyYQkkI

Zelenskyy has no interest in freedom or democracy
https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-this-reality-about-ukraines-zelenskyy

Putin says Russia could adopt US preemptive strike concept
https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/putin-russia-adopt-us-preemptive-strike-concept-94876110

Putin takes traditional Epiphany dip in icy lake
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqkp2G0Q9Ac

Putin attends Russian Orthodox Christmas Eve Mass
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8NwYlTlHxs

Putin is guided by the beauty of his weapons.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0rZ2CPCYBQ

Russia tests 'Sarmat' missile dubbed 'Satan 2'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8BqZc8FRgo

Putin’s Zircon hypersonic cruise missile travels 1000 km
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeT8ox2BuoU

Putin's Kinzhal Super Hypersonic Missile In Action
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7fKqifFQPI

Putin To Deploy ‘Mach 27’ Avangard Hypersonic Missiles That Can ‘Outmaneuver’ Any Defense System
https://eurasiantimes.com/russia-goes-full-throttle-with-its-strategic-missile-forces/

Putin's 'indestructible' Poseidon super torpedoes to get more lethal
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKdDcL7q7Ug


26C.Z968

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 12:21:20 AM1/24/23
to
On 1/23/23 3:31 PM, Siri Cruise wrote:
> In article <tqkbnl$399n8$1...@dont-email.me>,
> Steve from Colorado <his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:
>
>>> Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
>>>
>>> https://liveuamap.com/
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>> Check out the new Miss Ukraine:
>
> When this is all over and russia wants investment to rebuild its
> economy, who is going to invest?

China. I even suspect that kinda goading Russia to attack
Ukraine was in their long-term plans. Weaken, then "save".

MEANWHILE ... can NOBODY replicate Iron-Dome ??? Ukraine
NEEDS something like this, BADLY, like RIGHT NOW.

Word is that Putin has now suspended the military exemption
for married men with children - an effort to raise 500,000
troops. This will be an internal political disaster.

Oh ... France, England, Poland, Germany - SEND THAT ARMOR !
No more BULLSHIT. I see Poland is about to send every tank
it bought from the Germans to Ukraine - WITHOUT PERMISSION.
Everybody is SICK of Germany.

Make sure those 500,000 walk straight into a buzz-saw.

governo...@gmail.com

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 12:37:26 AM1/24/23
to
26C.Z968 wrote on 1/24/2023 12:21 AM:
> On 1/23/23 3:31 PM, Siri Cruise wrote:
>> In article <tqkbnl$399n8$1...@dont-email.me>,
>>   Steve from Colorado <his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:
>>
>>>> Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
>>>>
>>>> https://liveuamap.com/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Check out the new Miss Ukraine:
>>
>> When this is all over and russia wants investment to rebuild its
>> economy, who is going to invest?
>
>   China. I even suspect that kinda goading Russia to attack
>   Ukraine was in their long-term plans. Weaken, then "save".
>

Bullshit. China is wheeling and dealing in Ukraine too. China wants
business more than anything else.

The US is the only country in the world still living its world hegemonic
imperial dream.


> MEANWHILE ... can NOBODY replicate Iron-Dome ??? Ukraine
>   NEEDS something like this, BADLY, like RIGHT NOW.
>


The so called Iron Dome is only good for Israel to shoot down
Palestinian homemade firework rockets that cannot even fly in a straight
line.


>   Word is that Putin has now suspended the military exemption
>   for married men with children - an effort to raise 500,000
>   troops. This will be an internal political disaster.
>
>   Oh ... France, England, Poland, Germany - SEND THAT ARMOR !
>   No more BULLSHIT. I see Poland is about to send every tank
>   it bought from the Germans to Ukraine - WITHOUT PERMISSION.
>   Everybody is SICK of Germany.


The Poles are useless people. Poland has no viable industry. It is
making a full time job as US "running dog".



--

Putin is my Lord and Saviour.

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 1:27:22 AM1/24/23
to
Not trading so much anymore. China is still buying energy but is not
selling technology.

The Pootin' fucking continues . . .

Denmark just announced they're sending ALL of their CAESAR self
propelled howitzers to Ukraine. A popular meme on Danish social media
is an image of Danish national hero Neils Ebbesen labeled, "Ukraine
needs us".

Finland has approved a new aid package worth $438M. Their ninth aid
package since the war began.

The Netherlands offered to send F-16s. The US said it will not oppose
the transfer. The Dutch also will send Patriot missile systems and if
Germany approves, will purchase new German Leopards for Ukraine as
well. The list of aid from the Netherlands is long indeed and quite
an investment from a country smaller than West Virginia.

Three days ago the US announced an additional $2.5B in equipment
including Bradley fighting vehicles, 90 Stryker Armored vehicles, 8
Avenger SAMs, 350 Humvees, 53 mine resistant vehicles, 590 TOW
anti-tank missiles, 600 M982 Ecalibur shells and more HIMARS ammo,
20,000 155mm artillery rounds, 600 precision guided artillery rounds,
11,800 120 mm mortar rounds, 12 ammunition support vehicles, 6 command
post vehicles, 22 tactical vehicles to tow weapons, high-speed
Anti-radiation missiles (HARMS), 2,000 anti-armor rockets and more.

The UK is sending 12 Challenger tanks. The list of equipment,
weapons, ammo and cash aid from Great Britain is just too long to read
let alone type out.

UN WFP, the World Food Program USA is soliciting donations for food
for Ukraine.
Go here to donate:
<https://secure.wfpusa.org/donate/Ukraine-Search-SL_SRCH?ms=Ukraine-Search_SRCH_GSA_Ukraine_Help_Ukraine-Help_AD&gclid=Cj0KCQiA_bieBhDSARIsADU4zLelqQ4JRyFsatIWW1mR4h79rlDPqQ74Hb3F37jwvKaUGMu2TbPbGEUaAkeKEALw_wcB>
If you support Ukraine, put your money where your mouth is. $25 is
about half a tank of gas but will feed a lot of people in Ukraine who
don't have grocery stores to shop at anymore.

Australia has sent $300m including 70,000 tons of coal, artillery,
loitering munitions, small arms and more.

Azerbaijan, in addition to it's massive giving of humanitarian aid has
also granted free fuel to state vehicles at it's SOCAR filling
stations in Ukraine.

Belgium has contributed heavily including anti tank weapons, heavy
mortars, trucks, 200 M72 LAWS anti tank missiles, ammunition and
equipment from generators to sleeping bags.

Brazil has sent food and water purifiers.

Bulgaria has sent artillery shells, fuel, clothes, shoes, tents,
sheets, blankets and tech support for military equipment repair.

Cambodia (Cambodia!) is training deminers.

China is playing it cagey but is providing about $2.5m in humanitarian
aid as well as reselling gas to Europe while honoring the allies
sanctions on technology transfers to Russia.

Columbia is sending deminers to train Ukrainian troops as well as
humanitarian aid.

Croatia is sending $20m worth of lethal military equipment, including
assault rifles, ammo, field guns and 14 helicopters.

Cyprus has sent over 300 tons of humanitarian aid.

The Czech republic has sent T72s as well as combat aircraft and other
arms. Russian GRU agents have been held responsible for two bombings
of Czech ammo warehouses in an attempt to stop the Czech's heavy
support of Ukraine. They're also hosting training for UA soldiers.
Over 100 T72s purchased from them by the US and Netherlands, one of
which was crowdfunded in Czech Republic, mortars, artillery, anti tank
weapons, small arms and helicopters. Even bridges.

Denmark has been very helpful by hosting UA training since 2016 as
part of a British led training program and sending a huge list of
assorted weapons and equipment.

Estonia has sent almost 1,400 tons of lethal military technology
including Javelins and howitzers.

Finland has announced more than nine aid packages including all sorts
of artillery, anti tank weapons, small arms, ammo, machine guns, anti
aircraft guns . . .

France was the largest arms exporter to Ukraine between 2014 and 2020
with over €1.6 billion worth of weapons provided. Also prewar
training and classified support. Ukraine was given a special
military fund of €200 to purchase military equipment it wants from
French stores. Recon, surveillance and other Satellite imagery.

The Republic of Georgia has sent over 1,000 tons of humanitarian aid
to Ukraine and shelters over 30,000 Ukrainian refugees as of 7
December 2022.

Germany has been a huge contributor including two field hospitals plus
medical training and supplies not to mention a lengthy list of
armaments, diesel and gasoline, MIG-29 spare parts, mobile
decontamination vehicles, the German list is virtually endless.

Greece gave priority access to US military assistance through the port
of Alexandroupolis in Northern Greece. The usual list of rockets,
SAMs, AKs and the Greeks may be sending some S-300 missiles they
currently have installed on Crete.

Hungary has sent food and medical supplies though not any weapons.

Iceland has no military but has sent over $8m in cash and offered
Merchant ships and aircraft to transport other countries' aid to
Ukraine.

India has sent medicines and supplies.

Indonesia has been very active in supplying hospitals with staff and
technology and wants to help rebuild destroyed hospitals.

Ireland and Israel have sent non lethal military equipment.

Italy has sent quite a list of weapons and equipment.

Japan also is sending help including firefighting gear, satellites
phones and communications equipment as well as military clothing,
vests and helmets.

Kazakhstan, a member of Putin's NATO clone, the Collective Security
Treaty Organization (CSTO) has sent medical supplies and food. The
Kazakhs are also members af the EEU, Russia's EU/NAFTA clone.
Kosovo! Even little Kosovo has sent euros for humantarian aid.

Latvia, like all the Baltics has sent a lot of stuff including
helicopters, medical stores, howitzers, helicopters, Stingers and a
host of other items.

Lichtenstein is sending humantarian aid.

Lithuania, of course, also has sent a long list of items including a
crowdfunded Baykar TB2 drone. Turkey instead simply gave the drone to
Ukraine freeing up the crowdfund cash for other aid. Anti drone
jammers, air defense, towed artillery, vehicles, helicopters and a
Magyla 700 intel drone system including a data center for intel
analysis and flight management among other donations.

Luxembourg has sent quite a list of weapons and assorted equipment
including generatiors, MREs and Artec 3D scanners for evaluating
Russian war crimes.

Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegra and Mongolia have all sent
humanitarian aid. Moldova is an "observer" member of Russia's
EU/NAFTA clone, the Eurasian Economic Union.

The Netherlands list is long and lethal. Harpoon anti ship missiles
(the Ukrainian Navy has put them to good use :) as Putin has learned
to his sorrow), air defense, tanks, artillery, Stingers, radars; it's
quite a list. They're also looking to purchase Leopards from Germany
to send to Ukraine.

New Zealand sent trainers to the UK to train UA troops on L119 Light
Gun Howitzers. There's quite a list of lethal and non lethal
equipment as well.

North Macedonia has sent 8 T72A tanks and 4 Su-25 ground attack jets.

Norway, SAMs, air defense, coastal defence, anti tank weapons and
assorted other lethal and non lethal military gear.

Pakistan and Sudan have sent ammo.

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 1:40:15 AM1/24/23
to
Governor Swill wrote on 1/24/2023 1:27 AM:
> On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 19:52:29 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>
>> Stupid kraut wrote on 1/23/2023 7:06 PM:
>>> Russian? Hell, they'll buy Chinese before they buy Russian stuff. You
>>> already know this.
>>
>> Russia exports are big on grains and commodities stuff. China sells
>> mostly consumer goods. They trade.
> Not trading so much anymore. China is still buying energy but is not
> selling technology.
>


China still has to buy military technology from Russia. Even the US has
to use Russian heavy lift rockets. The ISS was mainly based on Russian
space station experience and technology.

You are either too too young or too ignorant.


Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 2:03:48 AM1/24/23
to
On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 21:26:32 -0500, wannabe mighty wrote:

>Governor Swill wrote on 1/23/2023 8:48 PM:
>> On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 18:50:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>>
>>> Russia exports a lot of things that a lot of countries want. I don't
>>> think they need you. It's a muti-polar world now. Just the BRICS
>>> countries plus Africa would be enough for Russia.

Pootin' is fucked up the ass, raw, no lube.

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

>Please tell us why Zelensky is crying and begging for weapons

. . . and getting everything he's asked for and more.

The whole world loves Zelensky. We HATE Pootin'.

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Wagner Group leader appears to be preparing the
way for his accession to power. If Zelensky doesn't eliminate Pootin'
Prigozhin will.

> and hasn't
>won back the land he has lost to Russia, huh?
>
>Please take your time --->

He's busy manufacturing dead Russians.

The US is no longer blocking transfer of newer and more powerful
weapons such as advanced air defense, surface to surface missiles,
longer range missiles and notably, F16s. (Don't miss, "Russian
military technology is shit" elsewhere in this newsgroup) German
Leopards, previously sold to other countries, are making their way to
Ukraine. More Leopards await Berlin's approval. The US will probably
wait until high summer to send Abrams so as to avoid the seasonal mud
that defeated the Nazis.

Longer range weapons able to strike deep into Crimean supply lines are
en route. The list of nations helping Ukraine has grown to 70 and
includes surprises such as Cambodia, Vietnam, Sudan and several former
Soviet Socialist Republics and Warsaw Pact states.

Uzbekistan, bound to Russia through it's "observer" membership in the
EEU has sent quite a bit of humanitarian aid.

North Macedonia has sent 8 T72A tanks and 4 Su-25 ground attack jets.

Russia's much vaunted CSTO is opposed to the war except for Belarus
and some CSTO and EEU states are actively helping Ukraine.

Polish aid has been very heavy and is expected to reach at least 0.6%
GDP by the end of this year. Its offered its airfields as
distribution hubs and most weapons transfers are through Poland. The
list of donated equipment is definitely TL;DR. Clearly the Poles
detest Moscow!

Romania's contributions have been mostly non lethal including food and
medicine. They also donated 11 ambulances, are hosting up to 500,000
refugees and are offering medical services for UA soldiers in its
military hospitals.

New Zealand sent trainers to the UK to train UA troops on L119 Light
Gun Howitzers. There's quite a list of lethal and non lethal
equipment as well.

Norway is providing SAMs, air defense, coastal defense, anti tank
weapons and assorted other lethal and non lethal military gear.

Pakistan has sent ammo.

Portugal has sent a long list of weapons and non lethal gear and has
announced sending 2 Leopards. The Portugese have been very publicly
supportive and have an open ended offer to Zelensky to provide
whatever he needs that Portugal can provide including beds in
Portugal's military hospital.

Qatar, like so many of the small oil states is sending a few million
in humanitarian aid.

San Marino (a tiny principality in eastern Italy the size of a small
town, has sent humanitarian aid.

The Saudis have coughed up over $400m in humanitarian aid.

Serbia has donated 3M euro for children and displaced persons.

Singapore has sent $7M in medical support and will send nine
ambulances, two fire engines, fire fighting gear, mine detectors and
medical supplies

Slovakia is supplying a lot of fuel, ammunition, thousands of rockets,
air defense, S-300s, BVP-1 armored fighting vehicles and much more.
Slovenia is sending rifles, tanks and BVPs.

Is it just me or is the former Soviet Bloc contributing VERY heavily?
;)

South Korea is helping in any number of ways from weapons to jobs and
support for Ukrainian refugees. Also food, humanitarian aid, LNG, non
lethal gear and medical supplies.

Spain is sending weapons and medical supplies including howitzers,
HAWK air defense and anti-tank grenade launchers.
Sudan is sending ammo and mortars.

Sweden is another very heavy supporter of Ukraine with weapons and
medical supplies as well as being a major training site for UA
soldiers.

Switzerland's largesse is mostly humanitarian aid including food,
fuel, energy and medical supplies.

Taiwan is spending $56m including VTOL unmanned aerial vehicles,
medical supplies and AR-15 rifle parts.

Turkey is another country sending a long laundry list of lethal and
non lethal military gear, as well as supplying Bayraktar drones under
contract, building two corvettes for the Ukrainian navy and
modernizing Ukrainian helicopters with laser guidance and air to
surface systems (ASMs).

UAE is sending humanitarian aid including medical supplies.

The UK, like France, Germany, the US and Sweden, is, of course a top
contributor and the promise of Challengers is the talk of the town.
Great Britain also led the way in training UA soldiers in partnership
with Sweden, Denmark and other EU and NATO states. A massively long
list including more than 3 billion pounds in export financing, half a
billion in cash directly for government services, and a list of
weaponry, cash, medical supplies and non lethal military and non
military equipment. The UK has provided a lot of generators as well
as underwriting $1B in loan guarantees through the World Bank. Tens
of thousands of artillery shells, hundreds of drones, thousands of
anti tank weapons, tens of thousands of rounds for Ukraine's Soviet
era artillery. The list of support from the UK seems not to end!
Could the Brits be feeling rather guilty for having sucked up to
Russian oligarchs who'd invested in the UK economy! :)

The United States. We don't even need to go into details of the tens
of billions we're investing in Russian destruction. Putin stuck his
nose in our elections in 2016 and we've already spent more than
Russia's total annual defense budget helping Ukraine manufacture dead
Russians.

The Vatican has sent as of March 2022, two Cardinals to Ukraine to
provide "material and spiritual support" to the Ukrainian people. And
medical supplies. That's more than the Orthodox Church has sent.

Even Vietnam! it's half a mil in humanitarian aid, not a lot but hey,
it's the thought that counts.

Yeah, Putin is fucked up the ass, raw, no lube.

Swill
--
Bill Mahr on George Santos: "Everyone saw in George Santos what
they wanted to see - Republicans saw a Trump loving rich prick Democrats
saw a a proudly gay person of color and the Proud Boys saw him as a guy
who would blow them after a couple of beers and not tell anyone."

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 2:24:36 AM1/24/23
to
On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 00:21:03 -0500, "26C.Z968" wrote:
>On 1/23/23 3:31 PM, Siri Cruise wrote:
>> Steve from Colorado <his...@nym.hush.com> wrote:
>>>> Live Map Shows a Lot of Air Raids in Ukraine
>>>> https://liveuamap.com/

It has been for months but Russia's holdings is Ukraine continue to
shrink and be threatened.

>>> Check out the new Miss Ukraine:
<https://www.cnn.com/videos/beauty/2023/01/13/miss-ukraine-costume-miss-universe-competition-contd-lon-orig-na.cnn>

Is Hollywood helping Ukraine propagandize? Fucking Pootin' harder.

>> When this is all over and russia wants investment to rebuild its
>> economy, who is going to invest?

Persian Gulf states.

> China. I even suspect that kinda goading Russia to attack
> Ukraine was in their long-term plans. Weaken, then "save".

Volodomyr Zelensky: Manufacturing dead Russians since February 2022.

> MEANWHILE ... can NOBODY replicate Iron-Dome ??? Ukraine
> NEEDS something like this, BADLY, like RIGHT NOW.

Patriots are on the way as are HIMARS ammo stores and other air
defense systems from Europe. Greece and others are sending S300s. Let
Russian troops get a taste of their own weapons.

> Word is that Putin has now suspended the military exemption
> for married men with children - an effort to raise 500,000
> troops. This will be an internal political disaster.

Yep. The war is only popular with rural folks but Pootin's
mobilization is killing too many. Latest trick: Pootin' can't afford
to pay survivor benefits; confirmed dead are being listed as MIA
instead so he doesn't have to pay. He also can't pay the soldiers so
many are being paid in livestock and other goods.

> Oh ... France, England, Poland, Germany - SEND THAT ARMOR !
> No more BULLSHIT. I see Poland is about to send every tank
> it bought from the Germans to Ukraine - WITHOUT PERMISSION.
> Everybody is SICK of Germany.

I'm not. Germany has been Ukraine's fourth largest provider after the
US, UK and France. I suspect their concern is that the spring mud
will make Leopards look bad. I think this may also be a reason why
the US has held back Abrams tanks. Armor will be useless once the
Spring thaw starts and it's only weeks away.

> Make sure those 500,000 walk straight into a buzz-saw.

They will, if their trains ever make it to the front. The longer
range weapons en route to Ukraine will be able to cross the border
into Russia and target rails, bridges and other infrastructure the
military needs.

Pootin' is wasting ammo shooting at the civilian population instead of
UA soldiers. Bad move, Vlad. That's gonna cost ya on sooooooo many
levels.

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 4:30:53 AM1/24/23
to
Vladimir Putin in 1999 on Chechen fighters blowing up Russian
apartment buildings: "A person in their sound mind can never dare to
commit such crimes. Blow up a building with people alive. Innocent
people. At night. Absolutely, I can't wrap my head around it,
unbelievable . . . unbelievable. It is inhumane cruelty. We simply
have to understand that we must oppose this with . . . we can only
oppose this with force."

>You are either too too young or too ignorant.

I was raised during the height of the Cold War. I curled up in my
school hallway during nuclear bomb drills. I remember watching the
Cuban Missile Crisis on the news. We were taught Russia wanted to
rule the world. Turns out it does. Russia is claming that all
territories that once belonged to the Russian Empire are still
Russia's and it will control them.

Alaska used to belong to the Tsars. Try to take it, Vlad.


Russia has just cut itself out of the world's markets. It will sell
nothing. It's oil exports are collapsing and prices falling as other
producers take its markets.

What little it makes that works can no longer be manufactured. Russia
is but one tactical nuke away from becoming a pariah state - converted
to a memory by the rest of the planet.

70 nations are offering support and comfort to Ukraine, only four do
so for Russia and only two of those actually have any weapons to offer
- drones from Iran and artillery shells Prigozhin is buying from North
Korea for the Wagner Group.

At least four of Russia's former Soviet Socialist Republics are
assisting Ukraine some of which have been, at least until recently,
members of the Russian led defense alliance, CSTO or it's economic
union, the EEU.

The US and Israel have reached an agreement allowing 300,000 150MM
shells to go to Ukraine. Most of them have shipped already.
Netherlands is sending another Patriot system to Ukraine.

Tanks are on the way Mr Pootin'.

Glory to the heroes. Glory to Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T7D1x0rF7Q 15:20

Swill
--
Putin interfered in our 2016 election and we've been waiting
for an opportunity like this.
You are witnessing the beginning of our revenge.
NOBODY messes with the USA and gets away with it.
Just ask Osama Bin Laden.

Glory to the heroes. Glory to Ukraine.

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 4:35:23 AM1/24/23
to


The US and Israel have reached an agreement allowing 300,000 150MM
shells to go to Ukraine. Most of them have shipped already.
Netherlands is sending another Patriot system to Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin in 1999 on Chechen fighters blowing up Russian
apartment buildings: "A person in their sound mind can never dare to
commit such crimes. Blow up a building with people alive. Innocent
people. At night. Absolutely, I can't wrap my head around it,
unbelievable . . . unbelievable. It is inhumane cruelty. We simply
have to understand that we must oppose this with . . . we can only
oppose this with force." Tanks are on the way Mr Pootin'.
Glory to the heroes. Glory to Ukraine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T7D1x0rF7Q 15:20

Militarily, the US and NATO are losing the war. - LazerPig
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9dZpbKTLJ0>

So much for using energy as a weapon. Russian oil exports are down
nearly 25% last week compared to the previous week and record
discounts for the Russian benchmark Urals grade saw Russian oil
revenues slip by $3 billion in one month to $12.6 billion in December,
per the IEA estimates.

" Russian oil shipments plunged by 820,000 bpd last week.
Total Russian seaborne crude oil exports stood at 2.98 million
bpd.
Russian revenues from oil, albeit still massive, have declined in
recent weeks, according to various estimates."
<https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Russian-Oil-Exports-Plunged-By-820000-Bpd-Last-Week.html>
This works out to a rate of about 240B a year in oil sales. Not
enough to fund the government and economy, let alone the war. Russian
oil is trading for less than he G7 price cap of $60 per bbl. The EU
has banned seaborne imports of Russian diesel, naphtha and other
fuels. Moscow will have to find alternate markets for those products
or stop refining them. Record discounts for the Russian benchmark
Urals grade saw Russian oil revenues slip by $3 billion in one month
to $12.6 billion in December, per the IEA estimates.



Pootin' is sooooooo fucked . . .

"HOW FUCKED IS HE?" He's bareback, no lube fucked.
Urals grade oil prices have dropped *below* the EU cap and Russian gas
exports have stalled. Reduced energy demand due to a warm winter in
the northern hemisphere relative to more pumping that nobody will
admit to is leaving Russia with a shrinking income base and nobody
seems to miss the energy it once produced in abundance.
More than 70 countries and institutions have pledged over 1 billion
euros to help Ukrainians through the winter amid the Kremlin’s ongoing
military attacks on civilian infrastructure, including the electricity
grid.
<https://it.usembassy.gov/countries-rally-to-help-ukraine-through-the-winter/>

The Pootin' fucking continues . . .
Denmark just announced they're sending ALL of their CAESAR self
propelled howitzers to Ukraine. A popular meme on Danish social media
is an image of Danish national hero Neils Ebbesen labeled, "Ukraine
needs us".

Finland has approved a new aid package worth $438M.

The Netherlands offered to send F-16s. The US said it will not oppose
the transfer. The Dutch also will send Patriot missile systems and
if Germany approves, will purchase new German Leopards for Ukraine as
well. The list of aid from the Netherlands is long indeed and quite
an investment from a country smaller than West Virginia.

Three days ago the US announced an additional $2.5B in equipment
including Bradley fighting vehicles, 90 Stryker Armored vehicles, 8
Avenger SAMs, 350 Humvees, 53 mine resistant vehicles, 590 TOW
anti-tank missiles, 600 M982 Ecalibur shells and more HIMARS ammo,
20,000 155mm artillery rounds, 600 precision guided artillery rounds,
11,800 120 mm mortar rounds, 12 ammunition support vehicles, 6 command
post vehicles, 22 tactical vehicles to tow weapons, high-speed
Anti-radiation missiles (HARMS), 2,000 anti-armor rockets and more.

The UK is sending 12 Challenger tanks. The list of equipment,
weapons, ammo and cash aid from Great Britain is just too long to read
let alone type out.
UN WFP, the World Food Program USA is soliciting donations for food
for Ukraine.
Go here to donate:
<https://secure.wfpusa.org/donate/Ukraine-Search-SL_SRCH?ms=Ukraine-Search_SRCH_GSA_Ukraine_Help_Ukraine-Help_AD&gclid=Cj0KCQiA_bieBhDSARIsADU4zLelqQ4JRyFsatIWW1mR4h79rlDPqQ74Hb3F37jwvKaUGMu2TbPbGEUaAkeKEALw_wcB>
If you support Ukraine, put your money where your mouth is. $25 is
about half a tank of gas but will feed a lot of people in Ukraine who
don't have grocery stores to shop at anymore.

And still more lubeless Pootin' fucking . . . this time from his
*cough* "friends".
Russia’s Counterpart To NATO, the CSTO, Is On The Brink Of Collapse
"The Collective Security Treaty Organization, better known by its
initials, CSTO—or by Moscow’s aspiration that it should be an equal
counterpart to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)—is now on
the brink of collapse, yet another case of the collateral damage
Russia has suffered in the post-Soviet space from President Vladimir
Putin’s disastrous war against Ukraine. When the CSTO was created in
1992, Russia and five other post-Soviet states were members; a year
later, it had grown to nine. But in the intervening years, it
contracted to six. Now it is becoming more clear that, by next year,
the CSTO, which Moscow had placed so much hope in, will most likely be
reduced to only three: Russia, Belarus and Tajikistan. Moreover, after
Tajikistani President Emomali Rahmon’s attack on Putin at the Tashkent
summit of regional leaders earlier this month, it is entirely possible
that this much-ballyhooed military alliance will be left with only two
members (Centralasia.media, October 14)."
<https://www.yahoo.com/now/russia-counterpart-nato-brink-collapse-190000340.html>
Russia and Belarus are the only CSTO members that support Putin's war
and at least one member is actively supporting Ukraine.

As near as makes no difference to a world war already.
Argentina has deployed the "White Helmets" aid group to the
Polish-Ukrainian border. The govt has sent 1,700 tons of foodstuffs
and other supplies while the city of Buenos Aires has annourced it's
own aid package.
Australia has sent $300m including 70,000 tons of coal, artillery,
loitering munitions, small arms and more.
Azerbaijan, in addition to it's massive giving of humanitarian aid has
also granted free fuel to state vehicles at it's SOCAR filling
stations in Ukraine.
Belgium has contributed heavily including anti tank weapons, heavy
mortars, trucks, 200 M72 LAWS anti tank missiles, ammunition and
equipment from generators to sleeping bags.
Brazil has sent food and water purifiers.
Bulgaria has sent artillery shells, fuel, clothes, shoes, tents,
sheets, blankets and tech support for military equipment repair.
Cambodia is training deminers.
China is playing it cagey but is providing about $2.5m in humanitarian
aid as well as reselling gas to Europe.
Columbia is also sending deminers to train Ukrainian troops as well as
armaments. Diesel and gasoline, MIG-29 spare parts, mobile
Lithuania freeing up the crowdfund cash for other aid. Anti drone
jammers, air defense, towed artillery, vehicles and helicopters and a
Magyla 700 intel drone system including a data center for intel
analysis and flight management among other things.
Luxembourg has sent quite a list of weapons and assorted equipment
including generatiors, MREs and Artec 3D scanners for evaluating
Russian war crimes.
Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegra and Mongolia have all sent
humanitarian aid. Moldova is an "observer" member of Russia's
EU/NAFTA clone, the Eurasian Economic Union.
The Netherlands list is long and lethal. Harpoon anti ship missiles
(the Ukrainian Navy has put them to good use :) as Putin has learned
to his sorrow), air defense, tanks, artillery, Stingers, radars; it's
quite a list. They're also looking to purchase Leopards from Germany
to send to Ukraine
New Zealand sent trainers to the UK to train UA troops on L119 Light
Gun Howitzers. There's quite a list of lethal and non lethal
equipment as well.
North Macedonia has sent 8 T72A tanks and 4 Su-25 ground attack jets.
Norway, SAMs, air defense, coastal defence, anti tank weapons and
assorted other lethal and non lethal military gear.
Pakistan has sent ammo.
Polish aid has been very heavy and is expected to reach at least 0.6%
GDP by the end of this year. Its offered its airfields as
distribution hubs and most weapons transfers are through Poland. The
list of donated equipment is definitely TL;DR. Clearly the Poles
detest Moscow!
Portugal has sent a long list of weapons and non lethal gear and has
announced sending 2 Leopards. The Portugese have been very publicly
supportive and have an open ended offer to Zelensky to provide
whatever he needs that Portugal has to offer including beds in
Portugal's military hospital.
Qatar, like so many of the small oil states is sending a few million
in humanitarian aid.
Romania's contributions have been mostly non lethal including food and
medicine. They also donated 11 ambulances, are hosting up to 500,000
refugees and are offering medical services for UA soldiers in its
military hospitals.
San Marino (a tiny principality in eastern Italy the size of a small
town, has sent humanitarian aid.
The Saudis have coughed up over $400m in humanitarian aid.
Serbia has donated 3M euro for children and displaced persons.
Singapore has sent $7M in medical support and will send nine
ambulances, two fire engines, fire fighting gear, mine detectors and
medical supplies
Slovakia is supplying a lot of fuel, ammunition, thousands of rockets,
air defense, S-300s, BVP-1 armored fighting vehicles and much more.
Slovenia is sending rifles, tanks and BVPs.
Is it just me or is the former Soviet Bloc contributing VERY heavily?
;)
South Korea is helping in any number of ways from weapons to jobs and
support for Ukrainian refugees. Also food, humanitarian aid, LNG, non
lethal gear and medical supplies.
Spain is sending weapons and medical supplies including howitzers,
HAWK air defence and anti-tank grenade launchers.
Sudan is sending ammo and mortars.
Sweden is another very heavy supporter of Ukraine with weapons and
medical supplies as well as being a major training site for UA
soldiers.
Switzerland's largesse is mostly humanitarian aid including food,
fuel, energy and medical supplies.
Taiwan is spending $56m including VTOL unmanned aerial vehicles,
medical supplies and AR-15 rifle parts.
Turkey is another country sending a long laundry list of lethal and
non lethal military gear, as well as supplying Bayraktar drones under
contract, building two corvettes for the Ukrainian navy and
modernizing Ukrainian helicopters with laser guidance and air to
surface systems (ASMs).
UAE is sending humanitarian aid including medical supplies.
The UK, like France, Germany, the US and Sweden, is, of course a top
contributor and the promise of Challengers is the talk of the town.
Great Britain also led the way in training UA soldiers in partnership
with Sweden, Denmark and other European nations. A massively long
list including more than 3 billion pounds in export financing, half a
billion in cash directly for government services, and a list of
weaponry, cash, medical supplies and non lethal military and non
military equipment. The UK has provided alot of generators as well as
guaranteeing $1B in loan guarantees through the World Bank. Tens of
thousands of artillery shells, hundreds of drones, thousands of anti
tank weapons, tens of thousands of rounds for Ukraine's Soviet era
artillery. The list of support from the UK seems not to end! The
Brits, I'm sure are feeling rather guilty for their sucking up to
Russian oligarchs investing in the UK economy! :)
The United States. We don't even need to go into details of the tens
of billions we're investing in Russian destruction. Putin stuck his
nose in our elections in 2016 and we've already spent more than
Russia's total annual defense budget helping Ukraine manufacture dead
Russians.
Uzbekistan is another nation bound to Russia through it's "observer"
membership in the EEU and has sent quite a bit of humanitarian aid.
The Vatican has sent As of March 2022, two Cardinals to Ukraine to
provide "material and spiritual support" to the Ukrainian people. And
medical supplies. That's more than the Orthodox Church has sent.
Even Vietnam! it's half a mil in humanitarian aid, not a lot but hey,
it's the thought that counts.

Yeah, Putin is fucked up the ass, raw, with no lube.

I only feel for the many, many Ukrainian men who won't be a part of
siring Ukraine's next generation. Clearly the govt there will have to
adopt some sort of 'make lots of babies' policy even if that means
state sanctioned concubinage or polygamy just to recover their
population.

If I won the big lotto tomorrow, I'd be happy to invest heavily in the
reconstruction of a free Ukraine after the war.

Swill











The US weapon that keeps Pootin' awake at night
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gATZl02IBIc

Pootin's global blowback
https://tinyurl.com/mvxw9r9c

Sinema leaves the Democrats
https://tinyurl.com/2p9exhzh

Pootin's targets
https://tinyurl.com/2vrmhprx

Teaching race
https://tinyurl.com/3az9vn5w



Russkie military technology is shit. They have this fascinating
belief that bigger is always better probably due to their tiny
penises. Bigger bombs. Bigger apartment blocks. Bigger bombers.
Bigger GUNS.
The Russian Gun That Kept Destroying Its Own Aircraft
"The only planes the GSH-6-30 ever shot down were the planes that were
firing it."
After the GSH-6-30's recoil damaged the forward landing gear on one
plane so it wouldn't deploy, "Thanks to the pilot's moral and
political training he was able to land without significant damage to
the plane." The next pilot that happened to was not as lucky.
"There were muliple occasions when firing the GSH-6-30 knocked out
navigation and communications equipment." The gun recoil cracked the
radio internally.
"The recoil broke the canopy locks and the rushing air tore it off the
plane."
"After firing the gun the plane's instrument panel fell onto the
pilot's lap when he tried to climb."
"The shattering of the landing lights after firing the gun was so
common that replacing them with plastic lights became a standard pre
flight procedure."
The MIG 27, far from being a flying death machine went down in history
as the only aircaft to regularly shoot itself down with its own gun.
"Fortunately, the MIG 27 never went up against NATO as it was intended
to."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-ZePrgir4Q

Search https://nebula.tv/paperskies or youtube for "paper skies"

Russian ejector seats fire with the plane on the ground.
AFP Last Updated: Mar 23, 2021, 05:35 PM IST
Three military pilots died in Russia on Tuesday when ejection seats of
their Tu-22 strategic bomber malfunctioned, the Russian defence
ministry said.
"An ejection system malfunctioned during a planned preparation on the
ground for a Tu-22M3 flight at an airfield in the Kaluga region," the
defence ministry said.
Three crew members received fatal injuries due to the "insufficient
height to deploy parachutes," the defence ministry said in a statement
carried by Russian news agencies.
<https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/three-crew-dead-in-russian-tu-22-strategic-bomber-accident/articleshow/81652412.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst>
Meanwhile, a US pilot safely ejected from ground level when his F35
failed to land.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgajOAuc1Uc


Russian military technology is shit.

When The Soviets Tested The Captured F-5 vs MiG-21

The Air Force left a couple dozen planes at a base in Vietnam during
the evacuation including several F-5s. In 1975, these were sent to
Russia for inspection and the Soviets decided to test them against
their similar MIG-21s.

On the first test, the Russian runway was so pitted, grooved and
potholed it actually damaged the front landing gear of the F-5 and it
almost crashed before it could leave the ground. They fixed the
problem.

Despite the clear superiority of the MIG 21 in top speed, thrust to
weight ratio, rate of climb, and other parameters, in every battle
test against the F-5, the MIG lost. The Soviets' chief test pilot
said, "The very first flight showed it was senseless to compete
against it." The test pilots also much preferred the controls layout
and comfort of the F-5.

Then somebody got the bright idea of testing the F-5 (c. 1961) against
the MIG-23 (c. 1969), a next generation fighter, and the Russian
planes STILL lost.

The F-5 was so light and maneuverable and could handle such high
g-forces that it could get behind the MIG and attack before the MIG
could successfully counter the move. At G-6 the F-5 could hold a
target in its reticule, the MIGs 21 and 23 lost target after G-3.

Even though the MIG-23 was advantaged by its speed, over-the-horizon
radar and longer range missiles it still couldn't take on the earlier
generation, slower, more lightly armed F-5. The test pilots noted
that because the MIG faster, the MIG-23 could escape if the battle
turned ugly.

After this, the test pilots were accused of propagandizing for the
west and the test results were ordered to be kept secret.

When Ethiopia, equipped with F-5s fought Somalia, equipped with MIG
21s, the F-5s confirmed 9 MIGS shot down but not a single F-5 was
lost.

Ultimately, a number of F-5 features, including the cockpit layout,
found their way onto the next generation MIG 25 - two generations
beyond the F-5.

<https://nebula.tv/videos/paperskies-when-the-soviets-tested-the-captured-f5-vs-mig21>
Search https://nebula.tv/paperskies or youtube for "paper skies"

You couldn't make this shit up if you tried . . .

The Soviet Fighter That Couldn’t Shoot Its Guns (MIG-9 history)

"On April 24th , 1946, the only existing prototype of the MIG-9 was
supposed to make a demonstration flight for the newly appointed
management of the Aviation Ministry and Soviet Air Force since the
previous management had recently been arrested and sent to gulag for
providing the Soviet air force with poor quality planes during the
war."

An early design change had been to move the engines from under the
wings into the fuselage to increase top speed. Good idea! The air
intake was in the nose and the underslung 23 caliber cannon was
replaced with a 57 caliber mounted in the center of the air intake,
again, to reduce drag. My first thought was, "The gun's smoke is
going to get sucked into the engines."

During the demonstration, the pilot disregarded orders and tried some
high G maneuvers. The MIG-9 disintegrated in mid air and crashed,
killing the pilot.

"After the crash it was clear the MIG's airframe needed significant
reinforcement but the worst situation was with the fighter's armament.
Whenever the MIG's guns were fired, its engines flamed out."

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

But the Soviet leadership decided "that was fine" and ordered 15 more
planes for the next Soviet Air Force Day parade. Mikoyan was given 40
days to manufacture them. They were of poor quality and many were
missing engines and avionics due to delivery delays to the plant. One
plane broke in two when being rolled out of the factory.

Soviet leadership decided "that was fine" and ordered 48 more. But
because the main cannon were not delivered to the factory on time, all
these planes were delivered to their Air Force bases with dummy guns.

The MIGs sat unused at their bases with no main guns installed. The
pilots were sitting around doing nothing, couldn't even practice
flying the USSR's first jet fighter due to not having been issued
boots yet. As a result, the MIGs, sitting outside and uncovered,
began to suffer weather damage including engine rust because nobody
had thought to cover their air intakes. The remaining flyable ones
eventually had their main guns installed but even after all that time,
they still couldn't use their main cannon at certain speeds/altitudes.

Later, Soviet leadership blamed the *Air Force* for the whole mess
because "they had required new plane delivery without proper design
and testing." Eventually the MIG-9s were gifted to China but the
Chinese wouldn't fly them either.

<https://nebula.tv/videos/paperskies-the-soviet-fighter-that-couldnt-shoot-its-guns>
See https://nebula.tv/paperskies or search youtube for "paper skies"

Swill
--
Militarily, the US and NATO are losing the war. - LazerPig
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9dZpbKTLJ0>

Mighty Wannabe's Co-Owner

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 6:27:32 AM1/24/23
to
Russia is putting all it's consumer efforts into war footing to TRY
and keep up with meager NATO contributions. Soon they won't even be
able to feed themselves.

LOL!!!

Mighty? Wannabe?

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 6:28:42 AM1/24/23
to
On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 21:26:32 -0500, Klaus-worshipping hitlerite
Wannabe forged:

>Governor Swill wrote on 1/23/2023 8:48 PM:
>> On Mon, 23 Jan 2023 18:50:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>>
>>> Russia exports a lot of things that a lot of countries want. I don't
>>> think they need you. It's a muti-polar world now. Just the BRICS
>>> countries plus Africa would be enough for Russia.
>> [Swill's laughable fantasies snipped]
>
>
>Please tell us why Zelensky is crying and begging for weapons and hasn't
>won back the land he has lost to Russia, huh?
>
>Please take your time --->

LOL I guess you don't get newspapers where you live.

LOL !!!!

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 8:19:14 PM1/24/23
to
On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 01:40:11 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:

>China still has to buy military technology from Russia. Even the US has
>to use Russian heavy lift rockets.

Not anymore.

"U.S. Kicking Russian Rocket Engines to the Curb"

"After relying on Russian-made rocket engines for national security
launches since the early 2000s, the United States is preparing to
blast off with next-generation engines made within its borders.

"United Launch Alliance — a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and
Boeing — and Elon Musk’s SpaceX are gearing up for the first batch of
national security launches awarded to the companies in 2020. More than
30 launches will be carried out between ULA’s Vulcan Centaur and
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy from fiscal year 2022 through 2027
as part of phase 2 of the National Security Space Launch program, or
NSSL."
<https://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/articles/2022/8/5/us-kicking-russian-rocket-engines-to-the-curb>

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Swill
--
Bill Mahr on George Santos: "Everyone saw in George Santos what
they wanted to see - Republicans saw a Trump loving rich prick, Democrats
saw a a proudly gay person of color, and the Proud Boys saw him as a guy
who would blow them after a couple of beers and not tell anyone."

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 8:26:34 PM1/24/23
to
https://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/articles/2022/8/5/us-kicking-russian-rocket-engines-to-the-curbOn
Nope. I get Internet.

Swill
--
We've invested more than Russia's total annual defense budget
in Ukraine's newest industry, manufacturing dead Russians. LOL!

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 8:35:02 PM1/24/23
to
On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 00:37:22 -0500, governo...@gmail.com wrote:

>Bullshit. China is wheeling and dealing in Ukraine too. China wants
>business more than anything else.

Do they want to do business in the US economy with it's GDP of 24.8
trillion do they want Russia's dirt floor poor business with it's
street beggar GDP of 1.7 trillion?

24.8T
1.7T

Hmmm . . . . .

>The US is the only country in the world still living its world hegemonic
>imperial dream.

You're correct. Americans are livin' the dream!

BWAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA!

Swill
--
Bill Mahr on George Santos: "Everyone saw in George Santos what
they wanted to see - Republicans saw a Trump loving rich prick, Democrats
saw a a proudly gay person of color, and the Proud Boys saw him as a guy
who would blow them after a couple of beers and not tell anyone."

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 24, 2023, 8:41:47 PM1/24/23
to
Governor Swill wrote on 1/24/2023 8:19 PM:
> On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 01:40:11 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>
>> China still has to buy military technology from Russia. Even the US has
>> to use Russian heavy lift rockets.
> Not anymore.
>
> "U.S. Kicking Russian Rocket Engines to the Curb"
>
> "After relying on Russian-made rocket engines for national security
> launches since the early 2000s, the United States is preparing to
> blast off with next-generation engines made within its borders.
>
> "United Launch Alliance — a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and
> Boeing — and Elon Musk’s SpaceX are gearing up for the first batch of
> national security launches awarded to the companies in 2020. More than
> 30 launches will be carried out between ULA’s Vulcan Centaur and
> SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy from fiscal year 2022 through 2027
> as part of phase 2 of the National Security Space Launch program, or
> NSSL."


So it took you 22 years to reverse-engineer the Russian heavy lift
rockets you have been buying from Russia.

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA


It will be interesting to see if you can manage the ISS after the
Russians pulled out.

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA






Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 12:06:42 AM1/25/23
to
On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 20:41:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:

>Governor Swill wrote on 1/24/2023 8:19 PM:
>> On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 01:40:11 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>>
>>> China still has to buy military technology from Russia. Even the US has
>>> to use Russian heavy lift rockets.
>> Not anymore.
>>
>> "U.S. Kicking Russian Rocket Engines to the Curb"
>>
>> "After relying on Russian-made rocket engines for national security
>> launches since the early 2000s, the United States is preparing to
>> blast off with next-generation engines made within its borders.
>>
>> "United Launch Alliance — a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and
>> Boeing — and Elon Musk’s SpaceX are gearing up for the first batch of
>> national security launches awarded to the companies in 2020. More than
>> 30 launches will be carried out between ULA’s Vulcan Centaur and
>> SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy from fiscal year 2022 through 2027
>> as part of phase 2 of the National Security Space Launch program, or
>> NSSL."
>
>
>So it took you 22 years to reverse-engineer the Russian heavy lift
>rockets you have been buying from Russia.

Even if that lie was true, it doesn't change the fact that Pootin' has
chased off ALL of it's space program customers. And when the last one
is gone and turns off the lights, let's hope the dead hulk lands on
the Kremlin.

The US has built more than 10,000 M1 Abrams tanks in at least four
modernized variants and we still have most of them left.

Next to Ukraine: M1 Abrams, Leopard 2 and Challenger tanks.

Bend over and grab your ankles, boy! Here comes DADDY!

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHA!

>It will be interesting to see if you can manage the ISS after the
>Russians pulled out.

The Russians are pulling out because they're POOR.

"Russian oil shipments plunged by 820,000 bpd last week.
Total Russian seaborne crude oil exports stood at 2.98 million
bpd.
Russian revenues from oil, albeit still massive, have declined in
recent weeks, according to various estimates."
<https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Russian-Oil-Exports-Plunged-By-820000-Bpd-Last-Week.html>

Russia is now earning less than 200B a year in oil sales. Not enough
to fund the government and economy, let alone the war and less than
the US loses under the national sofa cushions. Russian oil is trading
for *less than* the G7 price *cap* of $60 per bbl due to falling
demand and over pumping by other oil producers.

The EU has banned seaborne imports of Russian diesel, naphtha and
other fuels. Moscow will have to find alternate markets for those
products or lose those earnings too. Record discounts for the Russian
benchmark Urals grade saw Russian oil revenues slip by $3 billion in
one month to $12.6 billion in December, per the IEA estimates.

Meanwhile, the US has plenty of money. Our federal budget alone could
buy the entire Russian economy FOUR TIMES.

US spending on defense is 13 times Russia's.

America's GDP is FIFTEEN times Russia's.

Our population is more than TWICE Russia's and that's not counting the
million or so who have slipped out of Russia since the war started

BWAAAAAAAHAHAHAHHA!

Why would you think we'd take any of your whining seriously?

Swill
--
The US budget deficit is bigger than the entire Russian economy.

US deficit 5 year average: $1.8T
<https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/americas-finance-guide/national-deficit/>
Russia GDP 5 year average: 1.7T
<https://tradingeconomics.com/russia/gdp>

Glory to the Heroes! Glory to Ukraine!

Mighty Wannabe's Co-Owner

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 7:24:39 AM1/25/23
to
On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 20:41:40 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:


>So it took you 22 years to reverse-engineer the Russian heavy lift
>rockets you have been buying from Russia.

Russian rockets are shit compared to what is made in America. You know
this.

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 5:06:38 PM1/25/23
to
Governor Swill wrote on 1/25/2023 12:06 AM:
> The US has built more than 10,000 M1 Abrams tanks in at least four
> modernized variants and we still have most of them left.
>
> Next to Ukraine: M1 Abrams, Leopard 2 and Challenger tanks.


That's why I seldom bother to reply to your posts because you are just a
stupid mofo. Saddam Hussein had a lot of tanks. How well did he fare,
you dumb fuck?

Tanks, aircraft carriers, and B-52s are 'Nam era weapons and they are
proven to be outdated weapons. Do you remember North Vietnam shot down
15 of your B-52s with SAM in just 12 days in 1972 during "Operation
Lineback II", you lowbrow mouthbreathing homeschooled babbling idiot?

https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/17/asia/operation-linebacker-ii-50th-anniversary-intl-hnk-ml-dst/index.html






Mighty Wannabe's Co-Owner

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 6:49:30 PM1/25/23
to
On Wed, 25 Jan 2023 17:06:34 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:

>Governor Swill wrote on 1/25/2023 12:06 AM:
>> The US has built more than 10,000 M1 Abrams tanks in at least four
>> modernized variants and we still have most of them left.
>>
>> Next to Ukraine: M1 Abrams, Leopard 2 and Challenger tanks.
>
>
>That's why I seldom bother to reply to your posts because you are just a
>stupid mofo. Saddam Hussein had a lot of tanks. How well did he fare,
>you dumb fuck?

THEY WERE RUSSIAN TANKS, YOU IDIOT!

BWAH ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hah a hah ah ah a hah a hah ah a h

Holy fuck! HOW can you be this stupid?

EXPLAIN ---->

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 7:30:41 PM1/25/23
to
That's why we don't use them anymore. Next generation US built
rockets entered service last year.

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 8:20:10 PM1/25/23
to
Stupid kraut Shadenfreude wrote on 1/25/2023 6:49 PM:
> On Wed, 25 Jan 2023 17:06:34 -0500, Mighty? Wannabe? <@.> wrote:
>
>> Governor Swill wrote on 1/25/2023 12:06 AM:
>>> The US has built more than 10,000 M1 Abrams tanks in at least four
>>> modernized variants and we still have most of them left.
>>>
>>> Next to Ukraine: M1 Abrams, Leopard 2 and Challenger tanks.
>>
>> That's why I seldom bother to reply to your posts because you are just a
>> stupid mofo. Saddam Hussein had a lot of tanks. How well did he fare,
>> you dumb fuck?
> THEY WERE RUSSIAN TANKS, YOU IDIOT!
>


You missed the point, you mouthbreathing idiot! Saddam Hussein was
anticipating a tank battle but the US used cruise missiles and bombers.

Today Russian missiles can hit anywhere inside Ukraine, you brainless
stupid fuck. Zelensky is like Saddam Hussein amassing tanks, challenging
Putin to do a tank battle with him. Zelensky is as stupid as the
mouthbreathing mofo Swill and you.


Steve from Colorado

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 9:23:35 PM1/25/23
to
On 1/24/2023 12:03 AM, Governor Swill wrote:
> Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Wagner Group leader appears to be preparing the
> way for his accession to power. If Zelensky doesn't eliminate Pootin'
> Prigozhin will.

A good movie on Youtube that accurately shows the fighting between
Wagner Group and the Ukrainian soldiers:

🎬PMC Wagner | Best in Hell | 2022 (English subtitles)

https://youtu.be/d4ZxWaRHhnQ
--
"Title 8, U.S.C. § 1324(a) defines several distinct offenses related to
aliens. Subsection 1324(a)(1)(i)-(v) prohibits alien smuggling, domestic
transportation of unauthorized aliens, concealing or harboring
unauthorized aliens, encouraging or inducing unauthorized aliens to
enter the United States, and engaging in a conspiracy or aiding and
abetting any of the preceding acts. Subsection 1324(a)(2) prohibits
bringing or attempting to bring unauthorized aliens to the United States
in any manner whatsoever, even at a designated port of entry. Subsection
1324(a)(3)."

And it's 1, 2, 3, 4 what are fighting for? Don't ask me I don't give
dam, the next stop is Banderastan!

https://www.globalgulag.us

Governor Swill

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 11:24:31 PM1/25/23
to
On Wed, 25 Jan 2023 "stupid fucking commie sympathizer" wrote:

>Governor Swill wrote on 1/25/2023 12:06 AM:
>> The US has built more than 10,000 M1 Abrams tanks in at least four
>> modernized variants and we still have most of them left.
>>
>> Next to Ukraine: M1 Abrams, Leopard 2 and Challenger tanks.

>That's why I seldom bother to reply to your posts because you are just a
>stupid mofo.

Yet here you are responding again.

>Saddam Hussein had a lot of tanks. How well did he fare,
>you dumb fuck?

Not very well, frankly. But then, he was using *Russian* tanks.

North Macedonia is donating four SU-27 ground attack fighters.

Poland is sending missiles for Ukraine's MIG-29s and SU-27s

Germany is sending MIG spare parts.

Poland is spending more than .5% GDP

Estonia is spending a full 1%GDP, a total of 1,377 tons of mainly
lethal military technology worth €222 million, including FGM-148
Javelin, anti-tank mines, small arms, ammunition, and food, among
other things. They've also pledged 30 buses to Bucha and other cities.

Latvia is also spending 1% and Lithuania a bit over half a percent of
GDP.

MUAAAAAHAHAHAHA!

Romania has officially requested closer integration with NATO forces
and Moldova is considering CHANGING THEIR CONSTITUTION to allow them
to apply for NATO membership.

Will that stupid fuck in the Kremlin never learn?

>Tanks, aircraft carriers, and B-52s are 'Nam era weapons and they are
>proven to be outdated weapons.

Abrams aren't Vietnam era but will probably prove difficult for
Ukraine to maintain, not to mention being enormous gas guzzlers.

The B52 was KOREAN ERA fucktard, not Vietnam.

We're not sending Ukraine any carriers or aircraft. Unless you think
we should. How about the F-117 Nighthawk that destroyed the Russian .
. .er, Iraqi air defense network? We could send some of those. We're
not using them anymore. A dozen or so would give Ukraine a larger
stealth fleet than Russia has.

LOL! Thirty years after we used stealth fighter/bombers in Iraq and
Russia STILL doesn't have a stealth fleet. And what they've got
Pootin's afraid to fly!

> Do you remember North Vietnam shot down
>15 of your B-52s with SAM in just 12 days in 1972 during "Operation
>Lineback II", you lowbrow mouthbreathing homeschooled babbling idiot?
>
>https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/17/asia/operation-linebacker-ii-50th-anniversary-intl-hnk-ml-dst/index.html

Times change. How many did the Iraqis shoot down?

Oh, that's right, none.

Kim Jong-un rejected a recent request from Russia for help because
Russia had previously rejected a request from NK for nuclear weapons
material. Putin has also been rejected by China for an alliance. This
is reported to be because China doesn't want to risk it's lucrative
markets in Europe and the Americas.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Ce9H0hkuY

Russias GDP $1.7T
EU + US GDP $41.5T

We lose more change in the sofa cushions than Russia is *worth*.

Our Federal *deficit* is bigger than the whole Russian economy.

US deficit 5 year average $1.8T
Russia GDP 5 year average $1.7T

You think we give a shit about pissing a hundred billion in arms down
Vlad's choking throat? A hundred billion a year to Ukraine for the
next 15 years wouldn't add up to one year of the American deficit.

What's Russia spending on defense? More than the US alone has spent
on Ukraine defense and what we've put in is about half the global pot
of aid to Zelensky.

Inside Russia Youtube channel - Konstantin sez:
COUNTING ALL MAJOR RUSSIAN OFFICIALS' LIES IN ONE STREAM | All They Do
Is Lie To Us
"The Iron Curtain has descended again upon Russia." Russia announced
plans to close borders to exiting Russians. Russian social media
exploded with this news. The Kremlin back pedaled and said it applied
only to cargo traffic and blamed reporters for misunderstanding and
lying. Lol!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDFtP8peXa8

At the science museum in Lviv, there's a display that let's children
sink a model of the Moskva.
LOL!

A new 150km GLSDB precision weapon has been jointly developed by
Boeing and Saab, assembled from surplus rocket and bomb components the
US has in abundance. It can be fired from HIMARS *or* M270 launchers
and the Russians don't have any air defense against it. We can supply
thousands of these medium range guided missiles.
The US and Israel have agreed to send 300,000 US made artillery shells
to Ukraine
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T7D1x0rF7Q&t=938s> 9:50

I've got pages more of this stuff if you want to see it.

How about just one more?

"Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared that Moscow might think
about adopting what he described as a U.S. concept of a preemptive
military strike, noting that it has the weapons to do the job"

What weapons?

He's reduced to buying drones and missiles from Iran. The North
Korean supply of shells has grown tenuous and may have dried up
altogether. Kim told him "no" last week when Pootin' asked for more
help. Nobody else will sell him any, not even China.

He's running low on ammo and can replace few of his losses. He can't
make precision weapons, his soldiers are ill equipped, badly, if at
all, trained and poorly treated. And, since Ukraine hit a Wagner
group barracks, there's more muttering and complaint from *their* raw,
untrained recruits.

The cherry on top is . . . their food supply is drying up since they
can't import any and they can't grow in the dead of winter.

BWAAAAHAHAHAHAHHA!

Pootin' is SOOOOO fucked!

BWAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Swill
--
When the local cops have shown up at the range here to shoot,
most of us pack up our gear and leave. - max headroom

Mighty✅ Wannabe✅

unread,
Jan 25, 2023, 11:42:58 PM1/25/23