Russia - Ukraine Conflict 2022 (16 Viewers)


Senior Member
Jul 30, 2015
Yep. Ukrainian nationalistic (not nazi though, just nationalistic) party "Svoboda" that served as a scarecrow for Russian media for years was actually funded partly by Russians or Russians proxy.
Yep, fund opposition is their thing.

Every time I read about a "radical" opposition in a commie country, I can bet that opposition is funded by them


May 3, 2012
I do get what you are saying and I don't disagree (I wasn't implying you were defending the Saudis). I just think the kind of destruction the Saudi led coalition has done in Yemen is not talked about enough. When people talk about human rights abuses in Saudi, it's always about people getting their hands cut off or women not being allowed to drive. That's small fish compared to what the Saudis have done and more importantly what they want to do in their quest to be a regional super power.
Agreed 100%. Saudi and Iran’s proxy war in Yemen is horrendous. It’s not talked about since Yemen is a small country in geopolitical terms.


Senior Member
Mar 9, 2006
Now they've officially confirmed that "de-nazification" was just an excuse to invade ukraine, their official demands are the recognition of independence of LNR and DNR, Crimea stays with Russia, Ukraine won't join any alliances, and that's exactly what I was saying all this time


Senior Member
Mar 23, 2015
This will probably turn out to be true tbh

rubel already crashed and russia will be still closed out of european/murican trade. china will probably benefit of it, that's borderline inevitable.

also, the eu economy is already feeling consequences of the war:,Sz7MOU9
vw and bmw factories down because of the lack of ukrainian supplies

next few years will be fun even if the war ended this afternoon

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