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(CNN)   Summarizing Putin's speech: 1. We are annexing parts of Ukraine so now those parts are literally Russia. 2. If you keep supporting people fighting there you are directly attacking Mother Russia. 3. That's a nukin'   (cnn.com) divider line
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2022-09-21 12:38:05 PM  
4. Fuck you, fuck your failed leadership
5. Fuck your failed military
6. Fuck your failed economy
7. Fuck your failed country
8. Fuck you fucking piece of nazi shit.
9. Strongly worded letter to follow.
 
2022-09-21 12:40:31 PM  
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2022-09-21 12:53:30 PM  
The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.
 
2022-09-21 1:59:15 PM  

SpectroBoy: 4. fark you, fark your failed leadership
5. fark your failed military
6. fark your failed economy
7. fark your failed country
8. fark you farking piece of nazi shiat.
9. Strongly worded letter to follow.


I got stuck trying to fit that into Ænema.
 
2022-09-21 2:26:49 PM  

flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.


Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.
 
2022-09-21 2:31:01 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


I mean, instead of killing scientists maybe he could kill the right wing. Those problems can quickly go away.
 
2022-09-21 2:31:48 PM  
Russia isn't a real country.
It has no culture of its own.
Historically, it's a part of Mongolia.
 
2022-09-21 2:32:36 PM  
Dear Pootie
Get Bent!
Signed Rest of the World
 
2022-09-21 2:33:25 PM  
I hear Swan Lake is nice this time of year.
 
TWX
2022-09-21 2:33:45 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


At this stage we need it to be crystal-clear to Russia that we could and that, in the right circumstances, we would.  This does not mean that I endorse nuking them, but I look at the potential for nuking them as a reactionary event, not a proactive one, and their understanding that "if X then Y" is paramount to Russia not filling in X with a nuclear blast or nuclear power plant disaster is absolutely paramount.

For the record I don't want to die as a result of nuclear war, but it isn't the United States or the rest of NATO that's intentionally trying to change the conditions in order to escalate towards a nuclear war.
 
2022-09-21 2:34:17 PM  
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2022-09-21 2:34:46 PM  
... that stubby little bastard...

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2022-09-21 2:36:35 PM  
Well that's disturbing...
 
2022-09-21 2:36:38 PM  
Hey Putin:


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2022-09-21 2:39:06 PM  
You know who else annexed nearby countries?
 
2022-09-21 2:39:11 PM  
Given the sorry arse state of russia's military "mite" what are the chances they still have a useable functional arsenal of nuclear missiles?
Although, even one successful launch would be catastrophic, these things, especially the long range ones, require lots of specialized upkeep and constant maintenance which it doesn't seem a priority in todays russian military.

Then they have to have the operators which actually want to start a nuclear war which they know they will not win.
 
2022-09-21 2:39:32 PM  
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2022-09-21 2:39:38 PM  
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2022-09-21 2:41:08 PM  

TWX: Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.

At this stage we need it to be crystal-clear to Russia that we could and that, in the right circumstances, we would.  This does not mean that I endorse nuking them, but I look at the potential for nuking them as a reactionary event, not a proactive one, and their understanding that "if X then Y" is paramount to Russia not filling in X with a nuclear blast or nuclear power plant disaster is absolutely paramount.

For the record I don't want to die as a result of nuclear war, but it isn't the United States or the rest of NATO that's intentionally trying to change the conditions in order to escalate towards a nuclear war.


Yeah, it is the same reason you can't negotiate with terrorists.   If Russia can get anything they want by threatening nukes and acting crazy then where does it end?

Of course if they are backed into a corner where nukes seem like a viable option, that is also a disastrous outcome.  I honestly don't know what the middle ground is.
 
2022-09-21 2:41:15 PM  

RedfordRenegade: Given the sorry arse state of russia's military "mite" what are the chances they still have a useable functional arsenal of nuclear missiles?
Although, even one successful launch would be catastrophic, these things, especially the long range ones, require lots of specialized upkeep and constant maintenance which it doesn't seem a priority in todays russian military.

Then they have to have the operators which actually want to start a nuclear war which they know they will not win.


Basically nil. Putin orders nuclear weapon deployment, even of a tactical nuke, and it stands a good chance of damaging Russia more than the west.
 
2022-09-21 2:41:42 PM  
Classic bully logic and speech.
 
2022-09-21 2:41:50 PM  
New Russian conscripts vs Olga of Kyiv:


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2022-09-21 2:41:54 PM  
I have to admit it's very original for a suicide note. He'd be better served, though, by seeking help from a qualified mental health professional.
 
2022-09-21 2:42:18 PM  
How's no? Does no work for you?  Well too bad.

DIAF.
 
2022-09-21 2:43:28 PM  
Calm down Vlad, no one is afraid of you anymore.

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2022-09-21 2:44:31 PM  

PaceyWhitter: TWX: Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.

At this stage we need it to be crystal-clear to Russia that we could and that, in the right circumstances, we would.  This does not mean that I endorse nuking them, but I look at the potential for nuking them as a reactionary event, not a proactive one, and their understanding that "if X then Y" is paramount to Russia not filling in X with a nuclear blast or nuclear power plant disaster is absolutely paramount.

For the record I don't want to die as a result of nuclear war, but it isn't the United States or the rest of NATO that's intentionally trying to change the conditions in order to escalate towards a nuclear war.

Yeah, it is the same reason you can't negotiate with terrorists.   If Russia can get anything they want by threatening nukes and acting crazy then where does it end?

Of course if they are backed into a corner where nukes seem like a viable option, that is also a disastrous outcome.  I honestly don't know what the middle ground is.


Because there isn't one
 
2022-09-21 2:44:44 PM  
If you look at the area being annexed it's a defeat in itself. All this for a whopping two provinces, which they don't even entirely control.
 
2022-09-21 2:45:26 PM  
why do i get the feeling if Putin's was to use nukes it be less big missiles and more dropping a few small ones on some Ukraine cities in more like what the US did to Japan at the end of WW2.  kinda like if I can't have this no one can.
 
2022-09-21 2:49:06 PM  

jumac: why do i get the feeling if Putin's was to use nukes it be less big missiles and more dropping a few small ones on some Ukraine cities in more like what the US did to Japan at the end of WW2.  kinda like if I can't have this no one can.


I think Putin had a moment last night when he planned to announce full conscription and all out war.  He got taken aside and it was explained to him that his body double would finish recording the message, and he would be spending much more time in a safety bunker, about 6 feet down.

Of course, he did not understand any of it, due to the number of times he fell down on all those bullets.  It wrecked his hearing, and he still hasn't had the energy to get up and pull any of them out.
 
2022-09-21 2:53:32 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


We are going to be dealing with the consequences of Putin's reckless war for at least a generation.
 
2022-09-21 2:53:40 PM  
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2022-09-21 2:58:34 PM  
I'm sorry... all I heard from Putin was "Keep helping Ukraine steal our tanks and chase us out of their country. Oh and send us the bill for all the refurbishing work done to the tanks Ukraine gets and use to shoot us with."
 
2022-09-21 3:00:57 PM  
I keep hoping Lukashenko gets his Ceaușescu moment first, just to put a little more fear in Putin's tighty-whities.
 
2022-09-21 3:02:25 PM  
The way I think we should reframe this so Putin understands is this-

If you declare those parts of Ukraine are now part of Russia the U.S. will be supporting Ukraine in attacking parts of Russia.  If we are in for a penny we might as well be in for a pound.  We will lift our restrictions on the range of weapons we give Ukraine since they are now in a direct war with Russia, not fighting against a police action.  If it is a war against Russia we endorse Ukraine making territorial gains.  Kursk, Belgograd, Rostov-on-Don... all your bases are belonging to us.
 
2022-09-21 3:05:33 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


In my senior year of high school as a part of civics (required in my high school), I was elected Speaker of the House.  That meant I got to review all the bills and decide which ones to bring to a vote.  One guy's bill was "Put all the people with AIDS on an island and then nuke it."  I tabled it.

Whenever someone tells me that civics education will fix anything in our current political discourse, I read the comments of my classmates on Facebook and quickly dismiss the idea.
 
2022-09-21 3:07:24 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


Yeah, the main problem with killing Putin is who knows who will fill that vacuum (unless you set up a plan for that before hand)?  There's no guarantee his replacement would be even more nuke happy than him, but there's no guarantee in the other direction either.
 
2022-09-21 3:14:34 PM  

TheSubjunctive: I keep hoping Lukashenko gets his Ceaușescu moment first, just to put a little more fear in Putin's tighty-whities.


For what it's worth, Lukashenko hasn't gotten his people killed in a pointless war.
 
2022-09-21 3:22:25 PM  
Drop a nuke, and Russia won't exist in... I'm going to say 2 years.

NO ONE will come to Russia's aid, even China and Best Korea.
 
2022-09-21 3:30:14 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


Except Hitler waited until the world was burning before he sent his top men to the slaughter.

Putin has just admitted that he's willing to kill every last Russian, and anyone else by proxy, including top military brass, including billionaire oligarchs, nobody is off limits.
 
2022-09-21 3:34:41 PM  

Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.


If we destroy enough of Russia's power, though, there will be essentially zero chance of them having a working nuke in the future.  Even now there's a lot of doubt that they have any working nukes.  Now imagine if they're economy is down to 10% of what it used to be for a few decades and they have no Soviet stockpiles of weapons to lower their actual defense spending needs.  Plus the usual corruption, etc.

The trick is to do it in such a way that they won't launch any nukes.  This seems to be working.  Russia is sprinting headlong into its own demise.
 
2022-09-21 3:36:11 PM  
Sounds like "I really, really mean it! Don't make me go over the edge!" For best effect, think of this in Don Knott's voice.
 
2022-09-21 3:36:45 PM  

anfrind: Russia isn't a real country.
It has no culture of its own.
Historically, it's a part of Mongolia.


Subutai-like typing detected
 
2022-09-21 3:37:54 PM  

puffy999: Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.

Except Hitler waited until the world was burning before he sent his top men to the slaughter.

Putin has just admitted that he's willing to kill every last Russian, and anyone else by proxy, including top military brass, including billionaire oligarchs, nobody is off limits.


If he sees a little further it is because he is an orc standing on the shoulders of olog-hai
 
2022-09-21 3:40:46 PM  
Seems unlikely the Russians will use tactical nukes if the Ukrainians stay out of Russia proper.

In any case, if we tolerate them doing that, then all of Europe should just bend over and assume the position, because he can do the same thing anywhere.
 
2022-09-21 3:46:52 PM  

TWX: Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.

At this stage we need it to be crystal-clear to Russia that we could and that, in the right circumstances, we would.  This does not mean that I endorse nuking them, but I look at the potential for nuking them as a reactionary event, not a proactive one, and their understanding that "if X then Y" is paramount to Russia not filling in X with a nuclear blast or nuclear power plant disaster is absolutely paramount.

For the record I don't want to die as a result of nuclear war, but it isn't the United States or the rest of NATO that's intentionally trying to change the conditions in order to escalate towards a nuclear war.


So alot of the we will retaliate with Nuks logic came out of a cold war where we believed that Russia was a peer with a possible numerical advantage in Europe.

I think we have all seen that that is no longer true. so if we can absolutely gain air superiority and just rain conventional hell on their forces, why not.

The real problem is once they launch one, all bets are off and if we respond conventionaly the likelyhood of it going from tactical to strategic becomes exponentially higher.

There is also a big difference in how we respond based on if they launch counterforce or counterpopulation.

/Random thoughts for the day from someone with no expertise
 
2022-09-21 3:52:11 PM  

cheeseaholic: Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.

If we destroy enough of Russia's power, though, there will be essentially zero chance of them having a working nuke in the future.  Even now there's a lot of doubt that they have any working nukes.  Now imagine if they're economy is down to 10% of what it used to be for a few decades and they have no Soviet stockpiles of weapons to lower their actual defense spending needs.  Plus the usual corruption, etc.

The trick is to do it in such a way that they won't launch any nukes.  This seems to be working.  Russia is sprinting headlong into its own demise.


I don't think there is a lot of doubt on Russia having a working nuke. I know it's a pretty popular opinion here on fark where I'll the true experts on such things reside. But judging from the way countries with actual intelligence apparatus are treating them I think there is very little doubt by actual decision-makers.
 
2022-09-21 3:55:43 PM  
Luckily, I've studied my Vault-Tec Educational Materials so I know what makes me S.P.E.C.I.A.L.
 
2022-09-21 3:55:49 PM  

olorin604: cheeseaholic: Izunbacol: flucto: The most disquieting aspect of this is that it's largely crafted to reassure factions in Russia who want to dramatically escalate the war and their expansionist aims. In other words the biggest jeopardy he faces is from those who think he's not acting bat-sh*it crazy enough.

Yep.  Everyone who thinks Vlad is a megalomaniac extremist whose political opponents should hurry to give a Polonium cure would do well to read up on Russia. Vlad is trying to keep the more aggressive right wing nutters at bay. They sound a lot like the Nazi party of 1930's Germany trying to avenge their great international humiliation.

There aren't many scenarios where a destabilized, reeling, embarrassed, economically-injured, nuclear-armed Russia with a power vacuum is better than one with a meticulous, conniving Putin.

But shiat, we see the "why don't we just nuke them!?!" crowd on here too.

If we destroy enough of Russia's power, though, there will be essentially zero chance of them having a working nuke in the future.  Even now there's a lot of doubt that they have any working nukes.  Now imagine if they're economy is down to 10% of what it used to be for a few decades and they have no Soviet stockpiles of weapons to lower their actual defense spending needs.  Plus the usual corruption, etc.

The trick is to do it in such a way that they won't launch any nukes.  This seems to be working.  Russia is sprinting headlong into its own demise.

I don't think there is a lot of doubt on Russia having a working nuke. I know it's a pretty popular opinion here on fark where I'll the true experts on such things reside. But judging from the way countries with actual intelligence apparatus are treating them I think there is very little doubt by actual decision-makers.


Either way, destroying their economy long term with this war should make it prohibitively expensive to keep nukes working.  If it's at all nearly expensive as it is in the US.
 
2022-09-21 3:59:37 PM  

SpectroBoy: 4. fark you, fark your failed leadership
5. fark your failed military
6. fark your failed economy
7. fark your failed country
8. fark you farking piece of nazi shiat.
9. Strongly worded letter to follow.


You've certainly gotten your money's worth from that swear jar donation.

Not saying you're wrong, mind you.  Just impressed with your financial efficiency.
 
2022-09-21 4:00:24 PM  

puffy999: Except Hitler waited until the world was burning before he sent his top men to the slaughter.

Putin has just admitted that he's willing to kill every last Russian, and anyone else by proxy, including top military brass, including billionaire oligarchs, nobody is off limits.


This will just inspire people to take him out due to fear of them being taken out. It's how organized crime works.
 
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