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well i can only think what Russian answer would be if ukraine do that.
Nazi is used too much inflated. The Russian leadership misuse it as propaganda, as cheap excuse to go to war. Actually every school kid including myself learns Nazi is rooted in Germany, it combines a policy set, a resurrection of Germany after WW1 defeat, a economic revival, under party leadership Nationalsozialism, under a Führer, a racial law, state sponsored hatred against the Jews and other subhumans, an aggression policy against arch enemies, the policy of territorial expansion. Ukraine oppressing Russian speaking people in Donbas hardly fit into this scheme.
 

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Steven Seagal speaks about Zelensky commiting crimes against humanity:
Yeah, and Seagal is an expert at it.
He’s used only for propaganda purposes of the Kremlin.
First he was paid as an actor in bad movies, now he’s a paid actor for Russian propaganda. How low can you go



It looks many Western experts are beginning to see how the Western propaganda is no longer believable. Russia is winning in this conflict.
But as Röpcke says, it comes at a huge cost, which Putin doesn’t care about. The question is, how long can and will the Russian population accept this war of attrition? I mean, Russia is not winning anything with it, except useless, destroyed barren countryside.
And if the would want to keep it, they have to fix it, which also comes at a huge cost.
So, I wonder what their long term strategy is (if they have any)
 

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Yeah, and Seagal is an expert at it.
He’s used only for propaganda purposes of the Kremlin.
First he was paid as an actor in bad movies, now he’s a paid actor for Russian propaganda. How low can you go


But as Röpcke says, it comes at a huge cost, which Putin doesn’t care about. The question is, how long can and will the Russian population accept this war of attrition? I mean, Russia is not winning anything with it, except useless, destroyed barren countryside.
And if the would want to keep it, they have to fix it, which also comes at a huge cost.
So, I wonder what their long term strategy is (if they have any)

Russians surely do not care about attrition they have accepted the fact of being simple cannon fodder. When a Russian family got their son killed in Ukraine the first thing they did was to buy a shitty Lada with the money they received.


Looks like the collapse of the Russian occupation of Kherson is coming...

According to several sources Russian armed forces command staff have begun retreating across the Dnipro river...

Russian AD absolutely worthless.

But they are claiming near 100% interception rate of Himars rocket yet they still get their HQs,ammos depots,troop concentration and bridges blown up,lmao.
 
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Steven Seagal speaks about Zelensky commiting crimes against humanity:
That is low. Employing retired US actor. Putin propaganda seems have no more trust to russian, chinese, Cuba and North Korean actors.
What’s next?
How’s about Sharon Stone?
She was very famous in Basic instinct.
 

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Here is an article of how Trump is a Russian asset.

‘The perfect target’: Russia cultivated Trump as asset for 40 years – ex-KGB spy

The KGB ‘played the game as if they were immensely impressed by his personality’, Yuri Shvets, a key source for a new book, tells the Guardian

David Smith in Washington

Donald Trump was cultivated as a Russian asset over 40 years and proved so willing to parrot anti-western propaganda that there were celebrations in Moscow, a former KGB spy has told the Guardian.
Yuri Shvets, posted to Washington by the Soviet Union in the 1980s, compares the former US president to “the Cambridge five”, the British spy ring that passed secrets to Moscow during the second world war and early cold war.

Now 67, Shvets is a key source for American Kompromat, a new book by journalist Craig Unger, whose previous works include House of Trump, House of Putin. The book also explores the former president’s relationship with the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

“This is an example where people were recruited when they were just students and then they rose to important positions; something like that was happening with Trump,” Shvets said by phone on Monday from his home in Virginia.
Shvets, a KGB major, had a cover job as a correspondent in Washington for the Russian news agency Tass during the 1980s. He moved to the US permanently in 1993 and gained American citizenship. He works as a corporate security investigator and was a partner of Alexander Litvinenko, who was assassinated in London in 2006.
Unger describes how Trump first appeared on the Russians’ radar in 1977 when he married his first wife, Ivana Zelnickova, a Czech model. Trump became the target of a spying operation overseen by Czechoslovakia’s intelligence service in cooperation with the KGB.
Three years later Trump opened his first big property development, the Grand Hyatt New York hotel near Grand Central station. Trump bought 200 television sets for the hotel from Semyon Kislin, a Soviet émigré who co-owned Joy-Lud electronics on Fifth Avenue.
According to Shvets, Joy-Lud was controlled by the KGB and Kislin worked as a so-called “spotter agent” who identified Trump, a young businessman on the rise, as a potential asset. Kislin denies that he had a relationship with the KGB.
Then, in 1987, Trump and Ivana visited Moscow and St Petersburg for the first time. Shvets said he was fed KGB talking points and flattered by KGB operatives who floated the idea that he should go into politics.
The ex-major recalled: “For the KGB, it was a charm offensive. They had collected a lot of information on his personality so they knew who he was personally. The feeling was that he was extremely vulnerable intellectually, and psychologically, and he was prone to flattery.

“This is what they exploited. They played the game as if they were immensely impressed by his personality and believed this is the guy who should be the president of the United States one day: it is people like him who could change the world. They fed him these so-called active measures soundbites and it happened. So it was a big achievement for the KGB active measures at the time.”
Soon after he returned to the US, Trump began exploring a run for the Republican nomination for president and even held a campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. On 1 September, he took out a full-page advert in the New York Times, Washington Post and Boston Globe headlined: “There’s nothing wrong with America’s Foreign Defense Policy that a little backbone can’t cure.”
The ad offered some highly unorthodox opinions in Ronald Reagan’s cold war America, accusing ally Japan of exploiting the US and expressing scepticism about US participation in Nato. It took the form of an open letter to the American people “on why America should stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves”.
The bizarre intervention was cause for astonishment and jubilation in Russia. A few days later Shvets, who had returned home by now, was at the headquarters of the KGB’s first chief directorate in Yasenevo when he received a cable celebrating the ad as a successful “active measure” executed by a new KGB asset.
“It was unprecedented. I am pretty well familiar with KGB active measures starting in the early 70s and 80s, and then afterwards with Russia active measures, and I haven’t heard anything like that or anything similar – until Trump became the president of this country – because it was just silly. It was hard to believe that somebody would publish it under his name and that it will impress real serious people in the west but it did and, finally, this guy became the president.”
Trump’s election win in 2016 was again welcomed by Moscow. Special counsel Robert Mueller did not establish a conspiracy between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians. But the Moscow Project, an initiative of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, found the Trump campaign and transition team had at least 272 known contacts and at least 38 known meetings with Russia-linked operatives.
Shvets, who has carried out his own investigation, said: “For me, the Mueller report was a big disappointment because people expected that it will be a thorough investigation of all ties between Trump and Moscow, when in fact what we got was an investigation of just crime-related issues. There were no counterintelligence aspects of the relationship between Trump and Moscow.”

He added: “This is what basically we decided to correct. So I did my investigation and then got together with Craig. So we believe that his book will pick up where Mueller left off.”
Unger, the author of seven books and a former contributing editor for Vanity Fair magazine, said of Trump: “He was an asset. It was not this grand, ingenious plan that we’re going to develop this guy and 40 years later he’ll be president. At the time it started, which was around 1980, the Russians were trying to recruit like crazy and going after dozens and dozens of people.”
“Trump was the perfect target in a lot of ways: his vanity, narcissism made him a natural target to recruit. He was cultivated over a 40-year period, right up through his election.”



However there are other undisputed facts that show the Putin-Trump ties.

Not only is Trump, Pro-Putin/Pro-Russian over the EU. Same as buddy Putin.


The Trump Family and Chabad relations goes back to the 1950s and perhaps before. Putin lets the Chabad run the Russian economy, according to a Chabad rabbi.




Trump has dealing with the Russian mob, making a Russian mobster, a special advisor to Trump.



Putin lets the Russian mob control much of Russia, including the Duma. Many Russians who oppose Putin, live in fear of the Russian mafia. Trump has Russian Mafia connections.


Trump has dealing with Russian Oligarchs. Same as Putin.

And the whole Russian interference in the election of 2016 was true. The objective was to split the Democratic vote into Jill Stein. And RT News was the tool to promote Jill Stein to US voters. To expose Hillary corruption.


The cia owns Trump and Putin



And the political party of the cia is the Republican Party. The cia controls the Democrats to lose to Republicans. As the 2000 election was stolen to cia Bush.



The 2004 election was stolen to cia Bush.


The 2016 election was stolen to cia Trump.

Democrats are to be eliminated by Trump to a one party Putin state, that is the plan, that what was reason for the 1/6 insurrection and the Big Lie. US was planned by the cia to become the new Russia of Putin with Trump.


The cure ("Trump"/"Putin") is worse than the disease of globalist neo-liberalism.

Gales of Stupid Laughter 5, 4, 3, 2...
 
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