1. Why this slow pace of military support for Ukraine, a lot of gesture but Russia only understands blunt force, it’s not rocket science and should have been realized 6 months ago.

    1. Exactly, Ukraine should have been armed fully to take all of its lands, the West was always too worried about escalating,
      They should have hit the iron when Putin had no options,
      It’s going to be very hard to get back those territories, as this war is going to drag on for ages,

    1. Putins assassination within Russia is the best answer. Unfortunately I don’t know how sane his nearest cronies are.

    2. @LOUIS DIAZ You clearly don’t know how advanced Western missile defense is. The cutting edge weapons of today are really 40 years old. If nukes are used, you and the world, will bare witness to what an $800 billion a year US military budget (almost the size of Russia’s GDP) can do to ICBMs.

    3. They are subjected to lie detectors frequently and immediately replaced when they fail. Even if lie detectors are bogus, they still can expose a nervous reaction.

    1. @Equa nimity you don’t know what to say unless you know what side someone else is on? Targeting is an interesting choice of words.

    2. “From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Matthew 4:17

      “Ye have heard that it hath been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth: But I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also.” Matthew 5:38-39

      “Shew me a penny. Whose image and superscription hath it? They answered and said, Caesar’s. And he said unto them, Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar’s, and unto God the things which be God’s.” Luke 20:24-25

      “And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward. But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.” Matthew 6:5-6

      “But when thou makest a feast, call the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind: And thou shalt be blessed; for they cannot recompense thee: for thou shalt be recompensed at the resurrection of the just.” Luke 14:13-14°

    3. @Phillippa C. I am scratching my head now! I know it’s of no use to engage with the members of the cancel culture…

    1. Lex Friedmann? Isn’t that the guy who desperately wanted to get an interview with Putin right when the invasion startet? What a tool.

    1. Putin still needs Shoigu and Gerasimov with him to launch nukes. He is a judoka but can he stop a pistol round?

    2. @Oliver 101 Even sadder when it’s an old man who is completely devoid of compassion or empathy and is losing his war of choice, he has nothing left to lose so we all have to die as a result

    3. If someone’s telling you don’t break in my house I will shoot you and you think they’re bluffing go ahead call it. 😂 Send your children over there see if he’s bluffing.

    4. If Mr trump was in power this would not have happened and all it takes is one strike on russian soil and that’s it nuke will be launched

  2. Russian citizens were ok with putin’s propaganda when all they had to do is watch the war on T.V, the propaganda all of a sudden turned sour when he asked them to come take part at the front 😂😂🤣🤣

    1. Many were against the war, from the beginning. Somehow, they just disappeared, or if they had any power, fell out of windows.

    2. Comb your eyebrows for your eyebrows for the 😃💪👐🏿🤔🤔

  3. I think neighboring countries should not allow Russian people fleed in to their country because they might vote for referendum to annex to join Russia like they did in Unkraine.

    1. @It’s a FACT the number of voters doesn’t matter if the results are already decided before hand. Example:
      5 votes for annexation ;20 for not annexation. Well there you have it the motion for annexation passes.

  4. The guy that says we should not escalate seems to not understand that you do not make concessions to tyrants…you fight them to the best of your ability and Putin is a tyrant!

    1. @MarcosElMalo2 I agree. I hope they figure something out and resolve this war. I don’t see that happening without Ukraine giving up territory which they really don’t want to do, understandably. It’s putting the whole world at risk though. With nuclear powers the days of expanding your empire by invading your neighbors needs to be over. Nuclear powers need to be more responsible than that. Putin can make what are probably empty threats now, but he’s liable to get pushed into a position where he runs out of options. I don’t see him just giving up and pulling out of Ukraine entirely. He needs to be able to somehow declare victory on the home front or he’s done politically and might fall out of one of those dangerous Russian windows or something. It’s an F’d up situation of his own making. He’ll figure out some ruthless dictator for life way to get through it like he always does. I hope it doesn’t escalate into WWIII. I hope it ends relatively quickly. That would be a relief and it would be good for the stock market, good for the economy. I have cancer and medical bills that are growing like crazy but it’s the worst time ever to sell stock. I’m hoping elections cause a bit of a market comeback. That’s what my money managers think is likely. If this war ended it would help tremendously but it looks like this is going to drag on and on and the whole world must must worry about the threat of nuclear war.

    2. @MarcosElMalo2 bro ukraine shut off the water supply to crimea for 8 years.. the people there definitely dont like ukraine at this point

    3. ​@Not A Stone You mean the ones who live there now. The ones who were forced to leave in 2014 will very much appreciate the return of the territory.

  5. He is like a kid putting his hand over his eyes and saying ” You can’t see me!”
    The unbelievable thing is most Russians
    actually cannot see him

    1. @Massimo how much was the actor paid to say on the air that he was a former undercover intelligence officer?))

  6. Or Putin could use it as a tool for an exit. Everyone expects the Sham referendum to result in the regions wanting to join Russia, they could manipulate it to result in wanting to remain Ukranian, an excuse to pull away on some areas without losing face. Wishfull thinking, Naivette, but anything’s possible.

  7. That myth is going to be very difficult to maintain as more and more injured soldiers return from the Russian front.

    1. The fear right now is Russia losing because Putin’s ego can’t accept defeat. Then proceeds to self destruct with us .

    2. Given that the RF has reported 5k deaths and 90% of wounded retuning to the battlefield it makes you wonder why Russians aren’t questioning why they need 300k- 1m extra men

  8. Of course they believe. Only the bodies of their loved ones will make them begin to realize how much they have been deceived and I assure you, even then there will be those who will blame Ukraine for this.

    1. ​ @judy weeks You didn’t understand what I was writing. I say that all the world’s media are watching in Russia. RT1 is not watched in Russia. It is not for Russia. It’s for you. Since you are not interested in the Russian point of view at all. You’re Democrats, you have to respect a different opinion. And you unreasonably call another opinion a lie. It’s so stupid to hear from the cradle of democracy.

    2. NATO is poking Russia. Don’t blame the reaction. Blame the people poking for a reaction. Same with Pelosi flying to Taiwan after they threatened to blow her plane out of the sky… don’t be surprised when you see a mushroom cloud outside your house. The United States has just as much propaganda as any of these countries they point the finger at.

    3. @Максим Репников : There are no American and European mercenaries. NATO has no equivalent of the Russian Wagner Group. But there are American and European volunteers in Ukraine, just as there were Russian volunteers in the DPR and LPR in the Donbas conflict between 2014 and 2021.

      It’s interesting that you think there are about a million American and European volunteers in Ukraine, when in fact there are less than a thousand. Russia trying to excuse its defeats?

    4. Saw a funeral of a Russian soldier on the Internet a couple of months ago, both his mother and his wife BLAMED the Ukraine for his death! Nobody has ever accused a Russian of being TOO intelligent!

  9. Yeah, even NYT (part and parcel of the regime media) is writing: “The Ukrainian government does not usually disclose casualty figures, but the soldiers and commanders interviewed in the past week portrayed the battlefield losses as “high” and “massive.” They described large offensives in which columns of Ukrainian tanks and armored vehicles tried to cross open fields only to be pounded mercilessly by Russian artillery and blown up by Russian mines.” They lied about Afghanistan and Iraq, now they are lying about this war.

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