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SupremeReader 10 points ago +10 / -0

A meme.this long would become a leftist meme by definition.

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SupremeReader -1 points ago +2 / -3

There were similar scenes in 2014 specifically for Donbas and Donbas only. That's how so many volunteer battalions sprung up within weeks to accommodate them, in addition to independent militias who didn't even try to join any regular forces, including for the reasons you mentioned (and supplying themselves through crowdfunding, instead of relying on state or even sponsorship by oligarchs).

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SupremeReader -2 points ago +2 / -4

Besides, they're also finally integrating various previously independent ultranationalist militias into regular forces. Right Sector Volunteer Corps are being turned into regular formations. Azov is now a brigade after the creation of new regiments in Kharkiv and Dnipro from the local "Freikorps" RWDS. This is obviously purely volunteer driven efforts as well, in addition to the massive Territorial Defense and such.

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SupremeReader 0 points ago +4 / -4

In the first days there were just extremely long queues to the volunteer recruitment centers. It looked like that, selecting people and refusing many: https://youtube.com/watch?v=8YTBsbaZ87E

Russia also has no problem with volunteers actually. For various reasons including good money (for Russian provincional standards).

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SupremeReader 2 points ago +3 / -1

Lysychansk had already went for many weeks and is apparently over (for) now.

Ukraine said Russian forces had fully occupied the neighboring city of Lysychansk in the eastern Luhansk region. https://www.voanews.com/a/ukraine-forces-to-withdraw-from-severodonetsk/6631295.html

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SupremeReader 2 points ago +3 / -1

From what I heard yesterday, the evacuation was enabled by the HIMARS "barrage" (mass precise strike) on the Russian artillery units.

The HIMARS (all 4 of them) just arrived 1 day earlier. (The crews have been already trained.)

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SupremeReader -1 points ago +4 / -5

Ukrainian fighters are mostly enthusiastic volunteers.

The separatists nowadays are mostly conscripts, aged from 18 to over 80 (the elderly go to police style forces).

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SupremeReader 3 points ago +6 / -3

It's really easy words. Try some ours: https://theculturetrip.com/europe/poland/articles/the-10-most-difficult-polish-towns-to-pronounce/ (they're not hard at all if you grew up here, and these Englishy pronouciations in the article aren't even remotely correct ironically)

Vid related: https://youtube.com/watch?v=AfKZclMWS1U

Germans look at Polish and see incomprehensible series of consonants. While to the east, Polish sounds so strange to Russians that they even have a verb for Poles speaking their language: pshekat. To top it off, Czechs think Poles sound like Czech children with a speech disorder.

What makes Polish sound so uniquely challenging? While most individual sounds are known to English-speakers ‒ read our listen-along Foreigner’s Guide to the Polish Alphabet if you don’t believe us ‒ things go downhill once they’re lumped together into actual words.

The most troublesome feature of Polish orthography is what linguists call complex consonant clusters ‒ series of consonants without any vowels. They occur in many languages, including English; for example, in the word ‘shrug’, the letters shr form a consonant cluster. But while English usually draws the line at three consonants, Polish sometimes joins as many as five consonants, a phenomenon called the Polish syllable structure, which is allegedly surpassed only by Georgian in terms of complexity.

https://culture.pl/en/article/the-9-most-unpronounceable-words-in-polish

Georgia just applied to the EU btw (and it's already approved).

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SupremeReader 1 point ago +5 / -4

You can't just go and murder people in a lawful society.

He would still get away with it if the jury or even the judge found his actions justified or sympathetic, but they didn't. End of story.

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SupremeReader 30 points ago +30 / -0

The moment we found men could get pregnant was the same moment Roe was overturned

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SupremeReader 0 points ago +1 / -1

I mean, you may look no further as Hillary Clinton's stupid reset button and Obama's oh-so-funny 1980s-are-calling "zinger" and all the ridicule at Sarah Palin's comments.

But I don't want you say "Bolsheviks" as an insult ever again if you do side with people worshipping Lenin, using Soviet flags and symbols, and led by KGB members.

I'm glad Azov finally dropped the Black Sun and the Wolfsangel. That shit was making the otherwise fine content cringe: https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-2AJIAPNvLxU/VLpmKe2zIVI/AAAAAAAABVY/KRUePlzRb7M/s1600/rekonkwista.jpg Especially since the real Nazis were butchers of Ukrainian nationalists too, and it's not even the symbols of the Galizien division but just of the G*rmans (one even Himmler's very own).

Polish gov article about the Galizien if you want to read about these historical guys: https://krakow-ipn-gov-pl.translate.goog/pl4/edukacja/przystanek-historia/96402,Ukrainscy-ochotnicy-w-SS.html?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=pl

In a letter to his father in July 1944, Wächter wrote: “The population is definitely anti-Bolshevik.

I don't know, are you anti-Bolshevik? You tell me.

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SupremeReader -2 points ago +2 / -4

If you want to believe it's really as far-right authoritarian country as the hysterical lib journos told you, be my guest.

Here's a sample Azov poster to scare you or something. I love crows too.

You can (in hilariously over the top propaganda) choose this side or this, it's up to you. Only don't ever cry about Bolsheviks ever again if you choose the other.

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SupremeReader 6 points ago +6 / -0

No one was burned at the stake in the Colonial America by anyone other than the Indians. Yes, at Salem too, it wasn't Germany.

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SupremeReader 3 points ago +6 / -3

Yeah, all of the uninformed comments here are in fact uninformed. So why did you comment on a man without knowing anything at all about him?

Russia man

Russia man is killing people less than 300 km from my home.

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SupremeReader 2 points ago +2 / -0

The most annoying and also disappointing was when the Vatican was calling the faithful to break the law and shelter the "refugees".

https://kotakuinaction2.win/p/140Iih1ZOi/vatican-calling-the-polish-catho/c/ (and https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/francis-the-camp-of-the-saints/ previously)

These dudes ain't even Christian. I mean, Iraqis etc. (Some are but not these. It would be okay to take Christians as they're persecuted.)

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SupremeReader 6 points ago +6 / -0

We didn't even use anywhere close to it and yet the Putinists are like

International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague will look into a statement of Belarusian human rights activists on the genocide of migrants in Poland, Russia Today news mentioned.

https://www.iraqinews.com/iraq/belarus-reveals-crimes-committed-against-135-iraqis-by-polish-security/

These "human rights activists" are of course state security agents.

Even Iraq told them to fuck off (just few hours ago):

Iraq on Thursday denied the arbitrary killing of Iraqi migrants on the Polish border following Belarusian claims that “mass executions” were carried out against Iraqis on the Belarus-Poland border earlier this year.

A Belarusian investigative committee on Tuesday claimed that “criminal actions” were taken against 135 Iraqis by Polish security forces leading to the death of a number of them, alleging that information of “mass execution” and “secret burial” of Iraqi migrants was disclosed to the Belarusians by a Polish army deserter.

https://www.rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/240620223

And I hope Luka loyalists actually get sent to Ukraine after all because I'm so sick of these pricks and Free Belarus guys would settle accounts with them. (We actually train them in Poland, where many thousands of Belarusian refugees live.)

But actual human rights activists are of course also faggots:

“This violent and degrading treatment stands in stark contrast to the warm welcome Poland is offering to displaced people arriving from Ukraine. The behaviour of the Polish authorities smacks of racism and hypocrisy. Poland must urgently extend its admirable compassion for those entering the country from Ukraine to all those crossing its borders to seek safety.”

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2022/04/poland-belarus-new-evidence-of-abuses-highlights-hypocrisy-of-unequal-treatment-of-asylum-seekers/

lol cry more

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