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Thread: The Brink of War?

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    How pitiful your explanations look...

    Minster of culture of Ukraine Nischuk declares citizens of the East of Ukraine "dirty genetic material" in explanation why they will never adapted to "real Ukrainian culture" on Ukrainian TV (Ukrainian lang).

    I note that, in posting this video, and photos for which you still do not provide the provenance but use as a pitiful excuse to accuse me of supporting Nazis, that you very, very carefully did not deny that the Russian Federation supports Trust Force Rusich to the extent of permitting them to hold a bank account in SberBank (the Moscow-headquartered Russian majority state-owned banking and financial services company that accounts for about a third of all bank assets in Russia) to which supporters can contribute, or that it allowed its leaders and forces to retire to the Russian Federation to rest, recuperate, regroup, and recruit.

    You have just tacitly admitted what you have denied previously - the Russian Federation supports and uses Neo-Nazi groups in its military operations. Shame on them and shame on you!

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    Re: The Brink of War?

    It must be nice to be so popular:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B84TbEZgSeE

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    Re: The Brink of War?

    Sounds to me like Ukraine is kicking ass and taking names:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4Gg33r-pks

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    Re: The Brink of War?

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    Meanwhile:

    Poland just send diplomatic note to Germany with demands $1300 bln of reparations.

    Reuters: OPEC+ will consider an oil output cut of more than a million barrels per day (bpd) next week, OPEC sources said on Sunday

    Looks like something is going against plans.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonman View Post
    If you read the full OPEC+ report, you will see why such a course of action might be pursued: "The meeting will take place on Oct. 5 against the backdrop of falling oil prices and months of severe market volatility which prompted top OPEC+ producer, Saudi Arabia, to say the group could cut production. OPEC+, which combines OPEC countries and allies such as Russia, has refused to raise output to lower oil prices despite pressure from major consumers, including the United States, to help the global economy. Prices have nevertheless fallen sharply in the last month due to fears about the global economy and a rally in the U.S. dollar after the Federal Reserves raised rates.

    Lower economic growth as one of the consequences of Russia's "special military operation" means less business activity, which means less demand for oil. This combination of a moderately increased supply and a reduction in demand has allowed prices to cool off.

    Sure does look like Russia's plan to make money from oil is working, doesn't it.
    Plan is working: today OPEC+ cutted oil output: minus 2 mln barrels...

    Biden-Alzheimer already said what he is "disappointed".
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    Plan is working: today OPEC+ cutted oil output: minus 2 mln barrels...

    Biden-Alzheimer already said what he is "disappointed".
    The OPEC countries are desperate because of the growing fears about the prospect of a global economic recession. Oil prices now are around $US80 dollars per barrel, rather than the $US120 they were in early June.

    Although the cut is described as "deep," it is a cut of 2 million barrels per day, while leaving daily production at around 40 million barrels per day.

    To put the move in context, it represents a major reversal in production policy for OPEC+, which slashed output by 10 million barrels per day in early 2020 when demand fell precipitously because of the Covid-19 pandemic. OPEC+ has since gradually undone those cuts, with several OPEC+ countries struggling to fulfill their quotas.

    Although Biden may have expressed disappointment, he called on his administration and Congress to explore ways to boost U.S. energy production and reduce OPEC's control over energy prices after the cartel's "shortsighted" production cut.

    "Biden-Alzheimer" is a schoolyard taunt, which says more about the person doing the taunting that the target.

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    "Biden-Alzheimer" is a schoolyard taunt, which says more about the person doing the taunting that the target.
    "Target" is visible out of mind:





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    The fact that you have searched out more clips of Biden merely reinforces my original comment about your obsession.

    By the way, have you read this report? "Milton Keynes company claims to have ‘diagnosed’ Russia president Putin with a serious health problem
    They analysed nearly 2,000 voice segments of Putin's speech to come up with the verdict" (https://www.miltonkeynes.co.uk/news/...roblem-3866860). The article is from Tuesday, October 4, 2022.

    "The results clearly indicate a "marked and sudden deterioration” in his condition, it is claimed. They show he exhibited some voice characteristics associated with Parkinson's Disease in the early years, followed by a gradual worsening. But they found a “significant increase” in these voice characteristics happened in April 2022. This has a “high correlation” to Parkinson’s disease and may indicate a sudden neurological deterioration due to Parkinson's or a related neurological disorder, allege the experts."

    "Parkinson's progressively damages parts of the brain over many years. The three main symptoms of are involuntary shaking of particular parts of the body (tremor), slow movement and stiff and inflexible muscles. Some people experience changes in cognitive function, including problems with attention, memory and the ability to plan and accomplish tasks."

    The last sentence is clearly relevant to the current debacle of the "special military operation," where Russian forces continue to advance backwards from Lunhansk and Kherson (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-ne...rson-counter/; https://www.politico.eu/article/volo...erson-luhansk/). And maybe even Crimea (https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world...f896501c464c)( By Sergei Kuznetsov, October 5, 2022 3:05 pm).

    In the interests of good taste and good manners, I shall refrain from referring to President Putin-Parkinson.

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    Earlier, you were commenting on how the effect of NATO supplying weapons to Ukraine was influencing the war (as I believe Russian TV commentators now openly call it) in Ukraine.

    I'm sure you will be impressed to learn that NATO is now not the biggest arms supplier to Ukraine, that position having be taken by the advancing backwards Russian troops - see "Ukraine’s New Offensive Is Fueled by Captured Russian Weapons. Tanks, howitzers and ammunition left behind by retreating Russian forces are now being used against their former owners" (https://www.wsj.com/articles/ukraine...ns-11664965264, by Yaroslav Trofimov, chief foreign-affairs correspondent at The Wall Street Journal. Updated Oct. 5, 2022 11:56 am ET).

    Apparently, Ukraine's breakthrough "month ago ended up putting hundreds of pieces of Russian armor into Kyiv’s hands, military officials say, as the Russian army left behind its heavy weapons and warehouses of supplies in a disorganized retreat. .Some Russian pieces of equipment were ready for immediate use, while others are being repaired to return to the front. Tanks, vehicles and guns too damaged to salvage are being cannibalized for spare parts. Crucially, Russia has also left behind large quantities of Soviet-standard artillery shells that had nearly run out in Ukraine."

    "One Ukrainian battalion, the Carpathian Sich, seized 10 modern T-80 tanks and five 2S5 Giatsint 152-mm self-propelled howitzers after it entered the town of Izyum last month, said its deputy chief of staff, Ruslan Andriyko. “We’ve got so many trophies that we don’t even know what to do with them,” he said. “We started off as an infantry battalion, and now we are sort of becoming a mechanized battalion.”

    "Combined with weapons taken during Russia’s retreat from Kyiv and other parts of northern Ukraine in April, these recent gains have turned Moscow into by far the largest supplier of heavy weapons for Ukraine, well ahead of the U.S. or other allies in sheer numbers, according to open-source intelligence analysts. Western-provided weapons, though, are usually more advanced and precise."

    But with enemies like that, who needs friends?

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    Re: The Brink of War?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonman View Post

    "Combined with weapons taken during Russia’s retreat from Kyiv and other parts of northern Ukraine in April, these recent gains have turned Moscow into by far the largest supplier of heavy weapons for Ukraine, well ahead of the U.S. or other allies in sheer numbers, according to open-source intelligence analysts. Western-provided weapons, though, are usually more advanced and precise."

    But with enemies like that, who needs friends?
    Russia always was the biggest Ukrainian supplier. Even now via NATO Ukraine receives the same Russian weapon: tanks from Poland, Czech rep. and other countries of Easter Europe. Even US send to Ukraine Russian helicopters, the same Poland and CR, and also Russian aircrafts like SU.
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    Re: The Brink of War?

    Zelensky calls on NATO to launch a preemptive strike to prevent Russia from using nuclear weapons
    9:41 pm, October 6, 2022 Source: Ukrinform
    Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelensky announced that NATO should preemptively strike Russia, in order to “exclude the possibility of use of nuclear weapons by Russia.”

    He sees his end and demands NATO to be involved into war.
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