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We need more such threads. One or two threads a day about imminent Russian invasion in 2015, 2016, 2017... next month, next week, tomorrow is not enough. In previous years Western propagandists every month were making "news" about Putin will ditch Assad in 1, 2, 3... And now all of them are concentrated on Ukraine only.
 

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it is true that Ukraine and Russia are closely related

and this is why Ukraine even the special forces will never fight against Russians

however Russians wont think twice they will kill Ukraine no matter what

so Ukraine has a choice to make

either hit or get hit, Ukraine gives way too much respect to Russia
They are like Pakistan and Afghanistan. Related by blood, history, traditions and language.
We need more such threads. One or two threads a day about imminent Russian invasion in 2015, 2016, 2017... next month, next week, tomorrow is not enough. In previous years Western propagandists every month were making "news" about Putin will ditch Assad in 1, 2, 3... And now all of them are concentrated on Ukraine only.
Russia is too big to even attack Ukraine .
Literally no need . More than capable of doing many other things to Ukraine than a direct war.
 

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We need more such threads. One or two threads a day about imminent Russian invasion in 2015, 2016, 2017... next month, next week, tomorrow is not enough. In previous years Western propagandists every month were making "news" about Putin will ditch Assad in 1, 2, 3... And now all of them are concentrated on Ukraine only.

This is what barking dogs of Anglosaxon imperialism (Anglosaxon mainstream media) were barking about in 2014:

Russians invading, says Ukraine leader; tanks reported crossing border


By Isabel Gorst
Aug. 28, 2014 7:40 AM PT

reporting from Moscow —
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called a snap meeting of his security council Thursday, declaring that Russian forces had invaded the country.
Poroshenko dropped plans to attend the inauguration of Turkey’s newly elected President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and summoned the council as pro-Russia separatists tightened their grip on the town of Novoazovsk in southern Ukraine, opening a new front in the months-long battle with Ukrainian government troops.
“Today the president’s place is in Kiev,” he said.
“I have decided to cancel my visit to Turkey because of the sharp escalation of the situation in the Donetsk region ... as Russian forces have entered Ukraine,” he added.

Two columns of Russian tanks and military vehicles fired Grad missiles at a border post in southeastern Ukraine, then rolled into the country Thursday as overmatched border guards fled, a top Ukrainian official said.
Col. Andriy Lysenko, a spokesman for Ukraine’s National Security Council, said the missiles from Russia were fired about 11 a.m. About an hour and a half later, the vehicles entered Ukraine from Veselo-Voznesenka, just across the border from Novoazovsk in the Rostov region in Russia.
A top NATO official said at least 1,000 Russian troops have poured into Ukraine with sophisticated equipment and have been in direct “contact” with Ukrainian soldiers, resulting in casualties, the Associated Press reported. He called that a conservative estimate and said an additional 20,000 Russian troops were right over the border in Russia.
Novoazovsk had until recently escaped the conflict raging further north in Donetsk but came under heavy fire this week as rebels pressed into the city.

Ukrainian officials would be calling for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council and a meeting of the European Commission to discuss the escalating crisis, Poroshenko’s media service said.
As tensions rose in Kiev, Russian state television broadcast an interview with a separatist leader who claimed that thousands of Russian citizens were fighting alongside the separatists in southeast Ukraine as volunteers.
Alexander Zakharchenko, prime minister of the self-declared Donetsk Peoples Republic, said many of the Russians who had joined the separatists’ ranks were retired military personnel or soldiers on leave.
“They are fighting with us, understanding that it is their duty,” he said.
Arseniy Yatseniuk, Ukraine’s prime minister, appealed to the West for support in the crisis, urging the United States, the European Union and the G-7 countries to freeze Russian assets until Moscow halted military support for the separatists.
Ukraine accuses Russia of sending troops and military equipment across the two countries’ mutual border to support the separatists, who have lost ground to government troops in recent weeks but have opened up a new front in the southern Donetsk region bordering the Azov and Black Seas. Russia has repeatedly denied military involvement in the conflict in southeast Ukraine.
French President Francois Hollande said the presence of Russian troops in eastern Ukraine was unacceptable. “If the escalation continues, European Union sanctions [against Russia] will remain and could even be strengthened,” he said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday to demand an explanation of reports that Russian troops had invaded Ukraine, according to her office.
The Kremlin media service said Putin had informed Merkel that Russia was planning to follow up on the delivery of humanitarian aid to Donetsk last week with another aid mission to the embattled region.
Zakharchenko said accusations by Kiev and the West that Russia had invaded Ukraine were a ploy to justify the Ukrainian military’s onslaught against separatist strongholds in Luhansk and Donetsk.
Between 3,000 and 4,000 Russian citizens had fought as volunteers alongside the separatists in southeast Ukraine, he said.
“Some have gone home, more have stayed,” he said.
Among the volunteers are Russian servicemen on leave, who choose to give up their vacations to join “their brothers in the fight for freedom,” he said.
Zakharchenko admitted that some of the Russian fighters had been killed in battle, adding weight to a spate of media reports describing the secret burials of soldiers in Russia. The Kremlin has dismissed the reports as “‘rumors.”

https://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-ukraine-president-russian-forces-20140828-story.html

7 years have passed since this article was published and Russian tanks still didn't cross that border.
 

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Georgia, Donbass and Crimea did occur right after each other.. Nobody is bluffing and mostly certainly Russia

US stooge Sakashvili of Georgia ordered attack against Russian peacekeepers. When it comes to Donbass and Crimea there was US founded coup against democratically elected president of the Ukraine Yanukovych. Donbass and Crimea didn't recognize pro-US junta that seized power in Kiev and Donbas and Crimea become independent. Crimea later rejoined Russia. In both cases US was agresor not Russia.
 

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Ruthless words without strength, just air?Boycott between Russia and Ukraine
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Russia-Ukraine relations continue to be tense. On the one hand, this is the result of the backfire of the United States and its allies. On the other hand, Ukraine is also eager to try. I don't know if the United States has made a major promise to Ukraine. Ukraine is now becoming tougher and tougher towards Russia, and it has started to blatantly insult Russia. This is extremely surprising.
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On November 28, Peter Nezersky, a reserve colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, spoke about the characteristics of Russian soldiers in an interview with the media. Nezersky said Russia looks "muscular" but is actually vulnerable. Russian soldiers are actually a bunch of cowards. If they meet with the Ukrainian armed forces, as long as they counterattack, the Russian army will turn around and flee.


The colonel not only vilified the Russian army in person, but also brought out evidence to prove his point, saying let us look at the poor performance of Soviet soldiers. During World War II, more than 1 million Russian soldiers surrendered to the Hitler Alliance and fought against the Soviet Union on the side of Nazi Germany. This is the best proof of the cowardice of the Russians.

The colonel said, "It is certain that the Russians are the most cowardly nation, a nation composed of cowards. As long as they encounter hard stubbornness, the Russians will try their best to surrender."

According to the colonel, who defeated Nazi Germany? The Defence of Moscow, the Defence of Leningrad for more than 900 days, and the Battle of Stalingrad, could it not be the victory of the Soviet army?

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The Ukrainian colonel even claimed that if they met with the Ukrainian armed forces, as long as they were to counterattack, the Russian army would turn around and flee. But the problem is that we know the combat effectiveness of the Russian army. As for the combat effectiveness of the Ukrainian army, we can look at it without prejudice. Can the Ukrainian army have the strength to compete with the Russian army?

I am afraid that the truth of the matter is that Ukraine had originally obtained the slightest advantage from Russia in the military, so it can only be addicted to the mouth.

In fact, humiliating Russia seems to have become a major "magic weapon" for Ukraine to use saliva to defeat Russia.

The Ukrainian colonel used his saliva to insult Russia. The former Ukrainian foreign minister's remarks about Russia cannot but make people feel that this is a stark "intimidation" to Russia.


Former Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vladimir Ogorezko said in an interview with the media that he advised Russia not to be too aggressive. He also pointed out that in the face of Russian threats, Ukraine can launch missile attacks on Russian cities.

The foreign minister said, "Although we do not have missiles that can hit Moscow, Ukrainian missile forces can attack other Russian cities and can attack facilities including nuclear power plants."
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Using missiles to attack Russia, the United States dare not confront the Russian army head-on on the battlefield. The former Ukrainian Foreign Minister even claimed to use missiles to attack Russia. Not to mention, the level of Ukrainian missiles, Russia's S400 and S500 anti-missile systems are probably not vegetarian either.


What is even more incredible is that the former foreign minister not only warned Russia and Ukraine to use missiles to attack, but also said that he asked the West to divide Russia into 10-15 democratic non-nuclear countries.

Ogrezko believes that Russia is a country that wants to restore its imperial ambitions, so it must meet the same fate as the Soviet Union—disintegration.

He also believes that only after the disintegration of Russia will Russia become a group of independent and democratic countries. They have no nuclear weapons and will not threaten other countries. Then Russia as a whole will gradually become part of the civilized world. Such Russia will let all Everyone benefits, everyone is a winner.

The foreign minister claimed that without outside intervention, Russia would not be able to disintegrate. In order to achieve this goal, Western countries need to spend at least hundreds of billions of dollars to change Russia and let a group of small countries replace the current Russia.


Judging from the words of the Ukrainian colonel and the former Ukrainian foreign minister, one insults Russia and the other wants to subvert Russia. But it looks like it's just like being addicted to the mouth.
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At present, the relations between Russia and Ukraine are tense. The current Ukrainian officials and former officials have spoken harshly against Russia, but everyone knows that Ukraine has absolutely no strength to defeat Russia on the battlefield. And to challenge Russia with Ukraine's strength, Ukraine will only be injured in the end.

On November 10, Ukraine and the United States signed a new version of the "U.S.-Ukraine Strategic Partnership Charter." The charter stated, "The United States intends to support Ukraine in opposing Russia's armed aggression, energy and economic sabotage, and malicious cyber activities. Efforts include maintaining sanctions against Russia or sanctions related to Russia and adopting other related measures until the territorial integrity of Ukraine is restored to internationally recognized borders."


However, can a single contract become Ukraine's confidence to challenge Russia? When the United States withdrew its troops hastily in Afghanistan, the United States did not even say hello to the United Kingdom and other NATO allies. Moreover, Ukraine is only a pawn for the United States. Facts have proved that the United States is unreliable.

The American chess player will not fight for chess pieces, and Ukraine should be aware of this. In the same way, Britain and France have spoken out to support Ukraine, but with the military strength of Britain and France, it is clear that their strength is not enough to contend with Russia. They will not fight Russia desperately for Ukraine.

It is obviously extremely unwise for Ukraine to clamor like this now. Ukraine is a neighbor that Russia can't move away. The United States can withdraw at any time. When Ukraine uses Russia, it should think about the consequences.

Ukraine offends Russia's dignity. I am afraid that when Russia's iron fist is smashed down, this is not what Ukraine can bear. Ukraine should know that if you can't get something on the battlefield, you can't get it even more with saliva!


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You need to ask this LGBT Ukrainian to go and fight and see what happens !! :omghaha: :omghaha:
 

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US stooge Sakashvili of Georgia ordered attack against Russian peacekeepers. When it comes to Donbass and Crimea there was US founded coup against democratically elected president of the Ukraine Yanukovych. Donbass and Crimea didn't recognize pro-US junta that seized power in Kiev and Donbas and Crimea become independent. Crimea later rejoined Russia. In both cases US was agresor not Russia.

But that is not how Ukraine or the otherside will necessary see things.. I am not against Russia views by any means just saying that we must look from all angles
 

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