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  • Originally posted by BattlingNelson View Post

    Obviously wrong to have a waffen SS soldier there. Big mistake.

    Did you notice the new information regarding the Zelensky dance vid?
    No, what was it?

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    • Originally posted by Madison View Post

      No, what was it?
      It was fake. It was a vid with an argentine dancer and russia had photoshopped Zelensky into it.

      You ridiculed it a lot didnt you? What do you think about it now?
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      • Originally posted by BattlingNelson View Post

        It was fake. It was a vid with an argentine dancer and russia had photoshopped Zelensky into it.

        You ridiculed it a lot didnt you? What do you think about it now?
        Which one? There were two videos

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        • Originally posted by Madison View Post

          Which one? There were two videos
          I've only heard about the one where the fake Zelensky wears a light brown outfit and making some rather obscene fcking gestures with his hips.

          Do you know which I'm talking about now?

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          • Originally posted by Vlad_ View Post
            No. Ukraine has not "reduced its male population". Males in Ukraine gave their lives to defend their country against Russia's tyrannical aggression. Russia reduced its male population, as well as its inmate population. Russia gave up its economy. Russia gave up the future of its grandchildren for this war. Russia will be paying a price on the long run for this war, long after Putin is buried.
            https://twitter.com/Sprinter99800/st...4_rGXZNCg&s=19

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            • Even Poland is growing tired of Zelensky. No more weapons to Ukraine. Other countries in Eastern Europe are pushing back as well.

              Poland no longer arming Ukraine, says PM

              Reuters
              Thu, September 21, 2023 at 3:12 a.m. EDTˇ2 min read

              WARSAW, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Poland is no longer arming Ukraine as it is focusing on building up its own stocks of weapons, the prime minister said on Wednesday, as Warsaw's stance towards Kyiv shifts just weeks before an election.

              Poland has been one of Ukraine's staunchest allies since Russia invaded the country in February 2022, but the countries have fallen out over Ukrainian grain exports after Warsaw extended a ban on them.

              "We are no longer transferring any weapons to Ukraine because we are now arming ourselves with the most modern weapons," Mateusz Morawiecki told Polsat News.

              Morawiecki's words came after Poland summoned the Ukrainian ambassador to the foreign ministry to protest against comments made by President Volodymyr Zelenskiy following Poland's decision to extend the grain ban.

              The ban was introduced to protect Polish farmers from a surge of grain and food imports from Ukraine, after Russia's invasion largely blocked Ukraine's routes via Black Sea ports.

              Zelenskiy had told the United Nations General Assembly Kyiv was working to preserve land routes for grain exports, but added that the "political theatre" around grain imports was only helping Moscow.

              Poland, Slovakia and Hungary announced curbs on grain imports from Ukraine on Friday after the European Commission decided not to extend a ban on sales into five EU states, including Romania and Bulgaria.

              Poland holds parliamentary elections on Oct. 15, and the ruling nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party has come in for criticism from the far right for what it says is the government's subservient attitude to Ukraine.

              Ukraine's foreign ministry called for calm in the dispute on Wednesday, with a foreign ministry spokesman urging the Poles to "put aside their emotions".


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              • Originally posted by GhostofDempsey View Post
                Even Poland is growing tired of Zelensky. No more weapons to Ukraine. Other countries in Eastern Europe are pushing back as well.

                Poland no longer arming Ukraine, says PM

                Reuters
                Thu, September 21, 2023 at 3:12 a.m. EDTˇ2 min read

                WARSAW, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Poland is no longer arming Ukraine as it is focusing on building up its own stocks of weapons, the prime minister said on Wednesday, as Warsaw's stance towards Kyiv shifts just weeks before an election.

                Poland has been one of Ukraine's staunchest allies since Russia invaded the country in February 2022, but the countries have fallen out over Ukrainian grain exports after Warsaw extended a ban on them.

                "We are no longer transferring any weapons to Ukraine because we are now arming ourselves with the most modern weapons," Mateusz Morawiecki told Polsat News.

                Morawiecki's words came after Poland summoned the Ukrainian ambassador to the foreign ministry to protest against comments made by President Volodymyr Zelenskiy following Poland's decision to extend the grain ban.

                The ban was introduced to protect Polish farmers from a surge of grain and food imports from Ukraine, after Russia's invasion largely blocked Ukraine's routes via Black Sea ports.

                Zelenskiy had told the United Nations General Assembly Kyiv was working to preserve land routes for grain exports, but added that the "political theatre" around grain imports was only helping Moscow.

                Poland, Slovakia and Hungary announced curbs on grain imports from Ukraine on Friday after the European Commission decided not to extend a ban on sales into five EU states, including Romania and Bulgaria.

                Poland holds parliamentary elections on Oct. 15, and the ruling nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party has come in for criticism from the far right for what it says is the government's subservient attitude to Ukraine.

                Ukraine's foreign ministry called for calm in the dispute on Wednesday, with a foreign ministry spokesman urging the Poles to "put aside their emotions".

                Another part of assessing news, is when it was. That was 4 days ago.

                Since then others in the Polish Government have come out and said that persons words were misunderstood, to mean all weapons. Whereas it was just for brand new weapons, for which like most they were only supplying old kit anyway, so no change.

                There's also news updates and quotes, from today, for example from the Polish President:



                https://www.yahoo.com/news/duda-pola...errer=aHR0cHM6 Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAFUm UZOw1gL9h1IguvIXqIHTDBdPV1URNZkxk0PKGnxoFkTp4EY_TP ssDbVbc21QOZgrZo_zr79FpJWYB7J3NTRpIk0TbAKnpaTXsSPl t-PJ3zEd_-zfwSF8IMfDqSYTe90vbqyFj4N70guSzdAmHab5pz2woLdA9FjF NTzuE0XN

                Polish President Andrzej Duda sees no problem in providing Ukraine with older weapons from Poland's arsenal after they are replaced by modern arms, he said in an interview with Super Express on Sept. 25.

                The president emphasized that donating new equipment that Poland is currently purchasing, such as South Korean K9 howitzers or K2 tanks, is off the table.

                "This equipment must be used to strengthen the Polish military. We aren't spending billions to just hand it over," Duda said in the interview.

                He added that this does not mean that Poland would not provide Kyiv with any arms at all: "When the old equipment is replaced with modern hardware, I see no problem in sending it to Ukraine."

                Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki sparked a controversy when he told Polsat News on Sept. 20 that Warsaw is not sending more weapons to Ukraine as it is shifting focus on restocking its own military arsenal.

                Polish officials later clarified his statements by saying that Poland continues to supply arms and ammunition that are part of previously agreed deliveries and that the Rzeszow hub for Western supplies flowing to Ukraine will remain operational.

                Duda warned against drawing "too far-reaching" conclusions from the prime minister's statements, adding that any division between the two countries can have "tragic" consequences.
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                • Originally posted by BattlingNelson View Post

                  I've only heard about the one where the fake Zelensky wears a light brown outfit and making some rather obscene fcking gestures with his hips.

                  Do you know which I'm talking about now?
                  No, there were two that ghost posted.... the one I was mocking was him in his high heels prancing around like a ponce touching a guys arse and winking at the camera

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                  • Originally posted by Kris Silver View Post

                    Another part of assessing news, is when it was. That was 4 days ago.

                    Since then others in the Polish Government have come out and said that persons words were misunderstood, to mean all weapons. Whereas it was just for brand new weapons, for which like most they were only supplying old kit anyway, so no change.

                    There's also news updates and quotes, from today, for example from the Polish President:



                    https://www.yahoo.com/news/duda-pola...errer=aHR0cHM6 Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAFUm UZOw1gL9h1IguvIXqIHTDBdPV1URNZkxk0PKGnxoFkTp4EY_TP ssDbVbc21QOZgrZo_zr79FpJWYB7J3NTRpIk0TbAKnpaTXsSPl t-PJ3zEd_-zfwSF8IMfDqSYTe90vbqyFj4N70guSzdAmHab5pz2woLdA9FjF NTzuE0XN

                    Polish President Andrzej Duda sees no problem in providing Ukraine with older weapons from Poland's arsenal after they are replaced by modern arms, he said in an interview with Super Express on Sept. 25.

                    The president emphasized that donating new equipment that Poland is currently purchasing, such as South Korean K9 howitzers or K2 tanks, is off the table.

                    "This equipment must be used to strengthen the Polish military. We aren't spending billions to just hand it over," Duda said in the interview.

                    He added that this does not mean that Poland would not provide Kyiv with any arms at all: "When the old equipment is replaced with modern hardware, I see no problem in sending it to Ukraine."

                    Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki sparked a controversy when he told Polsat News on Sept. 20 that Warsaw is not sending more weapons to Ukraine as it is shifting focus on restocking its own military arsenal.

                    Polish officials later clarified his statements by saying that Poland continues to supply arms and ammunition that are part of previously agreed deliveries and that the Rzeszow hub for Western supplies flowing to Ukraine will remain operational.

                    Duda warned against drawing "too far-reaching" conclusions from the prime minister's statements, adding that any division between the two countries can have "tragic" consequences.
                    You're posting what I already posted. How long do you think it will take Poland to replace their older weapons with updated modern arms? That won't happen for years. Poland, Hungary, Slovakia have voiced their disapproval of Ukraine's import/export practices and tensions are beginning to grow.

                    Poland is growing weary. They've also demanded an apology for the Nazi worship that you seem to deny.

                    I expect an apology: Polish Ambassador seeks accountability from Canada after its Parliament gave standing ovation to Nazi collaborator

                    Days after the Canadian Parliament gave a standing ovation to a 98-year-old Nazi collaborator Yaroslav Hunka, the Polish ambassador to Canada Witold Dzielski on Monday (September 25) demanded an apology from the Justin Trudeau-led-government.

                    In a tweet, Dzielski wrote (archive), “09/22 Canada and Ukrainian leadership at House of Commons cheered a member of Waffen-SS Galizien, notorious UA military formation of World War 2 responsible for murdering thousands of Poles and Jews.”

                    The Polish Ambassador to Canada said, “Poland whose best ally is Ukraine has, will never agree on whitewashing such villains. As Ambassador to Canada, I expect an apology.”
                    Canada celebrated Nazi soldier who fought for Hitler in World War II


                    On 22nd September, the Canadian House of Commons gave a standing ovation to Yaroslav Hunka, a World War II veteran who fought for “Ukrainian independence” against Russian aggressors.

                    This is how the speaker of the House, Anthony Rota, introduced him. The 98-year-old war veteran, however, was a member of a SS unit, the 14th SS-Volunteer Division “Galicia”, established in 1943 by the Nazis. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was also present during the occasion.

                    Notably, SS was the main paramilitary group under Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in Nazi Germany and was primarily responsible for tunning Holocaust operations. 14th SS-Volunteer Division Galicia was made up of volunteers, which means that Yaroslav Hunka joined the unit on his own will, and was not conscripted. The war criminals of World War II and Canadian connections


                    The members of the First Ukrainian Division have been deemed war criminals by several experts. However, Canadian inquiry into their history did not recognise them as war criminals. Interestingly, there is clear evidence that Canada housed at least 3,000 war criminals.

                    Canadian authorities established a commission to look into war criminals, and the commission headed by Justice Jules Deschenes submitted its report in December 1986 titled “Commission of Inquiry on War Crimes“.

                    As per the report, the Canadian government had allowed over 2,000 war criminals from WWII to enter Canada despite the Canadian Jewish Congress’s opposition. The commission gave Hunko’s division “clean chit” due to the lack of evidence.

                    2014 Nazi Hunter Steve Rambam called Canada a safe haven for war criminals. Notably, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs also called out Canada in a recent statement for giving shelter to terrorists and gangsters.
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                    • Originally posted by Madison View Post

                      No, there were two that ghost posted.... the one I was mocking was him in his high heels prancing around like a ponce touching a guys arse and winking at the camera
                      Don't forget Zelensky was the "comedian" playing piano with his d!ck....classy. Anything we post that is negative about Z-bag is "Russian disinformation". Had these guys been around during WWII they'd all be speaking German today.

                      Now Germany is buying Russian oil through India after they said they would no longer buy Russian oil last year, LOL.

                      Ukraine has nothing left but long range missiles. Their ground army has been decimated. The Leopard tanks are useless at long range and are being taken out by air attack.
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