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  1. No no no we’re not losing, we’re reducing activity. It’s our decision guys! It was a mutual break up, just don’t ask her.

    1. @santamanone I’d expect the usual chemical attacks first, but seeing as the IAEA is cutoff from monitoring Chernobyl, could indeed be a small yield tactical strike isn’t out of the question.

    2. HERE is Our TRUE Savior

      YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified for our sins, NOT jesus, and “HERE IS THE PROOF”

      From the Ancient Semitic Scroll: 
      “Yad He Vav He” is what Moses wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3)

      Ancient Semitic Direct Translation
      Yad – “Behold The Hand”
      He – “Behold the Breath”
      Vav – “Behold The NAIL” <— YaH’s Crucifixion He - "Behold the Breath" “Behold the HAND that Beholds The NAIL”  PROVES - YAH The Heavenly Father HIMSELF was Who they Crucified That is EXACTLY what Moses Wrote Here is what they mean YaH's Name: (Ya)d + (H)e, as YaH is what Moses called Him and YaH Declared: "this is My Name, this is My Name for all generations" (Exodus 3) YaH is The Creator of “MAN”: Yad He, (HAND BREATH), as YaH's "HAND" Formed man from the dust  of the Earth and His "BREATH" made him a living being (Adam) YaH's Sacrifice of Crucifixion for “MAN”: Vav He (NAIL BREATH), the "NAIL" through YaH’s "HAND", in Sacrifice of Crucifixion, that whosoever shall call YaH Savior, His “BREATH” brings forth life (Salvation) How YaH arrives: YaH arrives via the Tent of Meeting (Exodus 33:7:11, Isaiah 54, 55), where a Tent is erected outside the city, a cloud descends upon the entrance of the Tent and YaH appears... Why they demanded YaH to be Crucified: YaH was Crucified according to Hebrew law (Deuteronomy 21), to be Hung on an Almond Tree for BLASPHEMY as it was for His NAME they demanded Him Crucified. The Messiah claimed He was YaH... HE WAS YaH!!! HalleluYAH translates “Praise ye YaH” The Hebrew Book of Isaiah Isaiah 42:8 "I am YaH; that is my Name! I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols. Isaiah 43:11 I, I am YAH, and there is no other Savior but Me. Isaiah 45:5 I am YaH, and there is none else.

    3. @casualgerm Russia could just bomb Ukraine into dust if they really wanted to. The have the artillery to do it, they’re not because this is a siege.

    1. F*ckn bs from Russians. I’ve been following along closely and for the past week Russians had their a**es served to them and lost all ground in Kyiv. Russia is retreating north because it’s out of resources. Haha make no mistake this is not in good faith. This country does nothing in good faith. This is pure bs trying to cover their missteps. Poor calculation all on fronts from Russia. I hope Ukraine doesn’t settle an inch of land, because Russia is done.

    2. Exactly. Ukraine can’t been seen to break an agreement here if one is signed, but they reeeally might have just no choice but to take advantage and use it against the Russians with how they have acted so far. Putin just can’t be trusted here and if anything is cringely agreed, inevitably it’ll all just fall apart and be a whole lot worse afterwards.

    3. WRONG
      Russian Gov said : “Russia has no intention to attack UKR but unless our core security demands are respected we will be forced to rely on military-technical measures to achieve them.”
      Now we know what they meant by “military-technical measures”.
      All UKR had to do was keep their word and implement the Minsk Agreement they signed and agreed to.

    1. @Will robinson don’t be offended dude. I suspect it would be convenient if I were somewhat off in the head, but you have taken the side of a person supporting Putin by labeling Ukraine inferior. I disagree. long live Ukraine

  2. In other words, “We’ve lost, but we cannot admit it or the whole facade of our state will collapse.” SLAVA UKRAINI!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. @miksta 88 NATO is not threat for russia? yea because you dont know that russia supply 90% of europe oil and gas,remember what happen in middle east? furthermore russia is the only country that can counter US move in middle east, go check who supply syrian govt, iran and palestine, also check how much prodding that NATO did to russia for years, including sending spy planes and warship into russian territory, NATO also keep building military bases and placing THAAD in country that has border with russia, now tell me how that doesnt bother russia?

      you also cant even understand that NATO and EU is a separate entity, sure that joining NATO is ukraine’s rights but russia also have their national security concern because of ukraine location, and that concern is logical since NATO keep pushing russia and they didnt listen to russia even russia has warn about it multiple times. russia also didnt ask ukraine to be tied with russia, they just dont want ukraine to let NATO forces into their territory, that is what they meant as neutral

    1. @Jerry Naylor I sure would like to see the vaunted SU-57 go up against an American pilot in his F-35 or F-22. See you later Ivan.

  3. Russia must not be allowed to take some cities of Ukraine. That’s sending wrong signals to other dictators. Ukraine should insist on keeping every part of their country intact. No one should be allowed to willfully or forcefully annex cities or parts thereof of other nations.

    1. @Tvtvtv Tvtvvuv YES, if people of Mexican decent dont like living in California, because they are governed by Washington DC , Mexico should invade ? no . you move to Mexico. Russia should leave Ukraine and Crimea as well.

    2. @Joseph Trowbridge You not understanding the thought process or the regions history doesn’t mean it’s silly.

      Being an American, odds are you wouldn’t have been able to find Ukraine on a map four weeks ago. Odds are you have no idea how often Ukraine has switched back and forth between independence and being part of Russia, meaning you are oblivious to the fact of how temporarily limited your views are. What you call silly has happened many times in the past. Even Ukraine separating from the USSR was in part the result of a populist uprising.

      Today we already have the violence. What we need a legitimate way to end it. No matter how silly you think it is, Crimea will be conceded to the Russians, precisely because the people who live there will it so. There is no reason to apply a different standard to Donbas or Luhansk.

      The inhabitants of those two Oblasts are brainwashed. That just isn’t relevant. Anyone who actually believes in freedom must support their right to choose their own path and make stupid choices. Americans do that all the time and are no less brainwashed. Basing the decision on the people’s will is the only way to make sucession, or the lack thereof, legitimate.

    3. @a5cent We are not going to start applying “freedumb” in this instance just because a bunch of Russian trolls are pretending to be libertarians and gaslighting Americans! And how do you describe freedom!? 51% of people wills going to another country and therefore the 49% gotta be okay with it or be considered criminals?! Do you not think that there are inhabitants of these areas that don’t wish to join Russia? And citizens of Ukraine who may own property in these regions? To use direct Democracy to go from one state to another is not an issue of freedom!

    4. @Joseph Trowbridge There really is no point to discussing this any further. The very thing you find incomprehensible has already been applied to Crimea. Hate it as much as you want, but it is a thing.

  4. Hearing this obviously intelligent and dedicated congresswoman’s comments is vastly reassuring. Rep. Elissa Slotkin serving our country is a gift. Thank you for bringing us her voice.

    1. Will you be so reassured when you see a mushroom cloud outside your window? Wake up and smell the coffee!

  5. The counterattacks in those areas have led to the Russians believing they are looking at a large scale defeat in those areas. This is a ploy to allow their troops to pull back and reinforce their lines.

    1. Possibly. I think this does tell Ukrainians where to attack. Moscow is obviously feeling a logistical strain; especially in the West and North.

  6. In the same way that they were going to concentrate on the Donbas region – and promptly shelled Lviv, on the other side of tbe country from the Donbas?!?

  7. I’m sure this has nothing to do with a large group of Russians being encircled North of Kyiv and the fact that Russia still hasn’t taken key cities needed for supply lines.

    1. @Black Prior ummm…Supply Lines are CRUCIAL in live combat and the world sees exactly where that 40 mile long convoy “mechanical issues” and starvation, dehydration, lack of petrol, tight quarters being picked off slowly and then the moral is absolutely crushed and they haven’t even put that convoy to work as intended so…supply lines are EVERYTHING and without them that 40 mile convoy is NOTHING!

    2. @Megan Noe Ukraine has been holding out In their cities. This isn’t WWII. It’s the modern era so the invaders are at serious disadvantages.

      Who is threatening Russia’s supply lines? Ukraine is too busy defending their cities, they certainly haven’t cut the Russians off aka their supply lines.

      If anything Russia overplayed their hand just like Hitler did and now they have to back down IF what we are being told is true.

      The supply line comments in here don’t even make sense.

      Russia produces over 35% of the oil going to Europe so I highly doubt they are out of oil.

      The supply line comments are braindead comments.

      Use your brains people.

  8. russia: we will drastically reduce military operations in kiev
    translation: the Ukranians have drastically reduced our ability to execute military operations in kiev and we cant afford large scale operations at this time

    1. Lol…keep dreaming.
      Ukraine has a 200 billion dollar infrastructural wreck in its cities ….6 million displaced people…thousands dead…and now zelensky is ready to compromise on donbas and ready to stay neutral (russias original demands)
      Russia didn’t back off…zelensky agreed to russisn terms which makes its sensible to back off.
      Guess who is the loser ..the west who send billions of dollars worth equipment…Russia literally won its demands…it doesn’t have to capture Ukraine (it was never the intention) it just needs to cripple Ukraine. Make it impossible for them to join NATO.

    2. @Dhanush Varthiboina regime change was the idea. So long as Russia remains unable to change the politics and suppress popular opinion towards Russia there will never be “neutrality”. They will say what they have to say to get them to back off. However given time the Ukrainians will certainly arm themselves up to a level Russia can’t bully around so easily and never will have or need formal alliance with NATO. NATO will always fund Ukraine in a crisis as its in their interests. So yes…send Russia home under the guise they “accomplished” their objectives. Lies go both ways.

    3. @JediMind Trix If ukraine has to arm themselves against russia without the help of nato that will make ukraine another Afghanistan.

  9. Meaning their forces have been actually decimated and they literally cannot afford to keep up operations there.

  10. Wow, lots of words to say: “Damn, we just got the sh*t kicked out of us; let’s not do that no more.” Hoping a meaningful peace can still be brokered, but this would not have been possible without the heroism of the Ukrainian military.

  11. If you don’t understand what is holding back Russia- it is Mariupol so Russia has clearly identified why the army can’t move.

    1. @B G The US biolabs in Ukraine are garbage? Then why was V. Nuland so worried about them in her senate testimony two weeks ago? New York Post confirmed four days ago that Hunter Biden helped financing those US biolabs in Ukraine. What a bombshell.

    2. WRONG
      Russian Gov said : “Russia has no intention to attack UKR but unless our core security demands are respected we will be forced to rely on military-technical measures to achieve them.”
      Now we know what they meant by “military-technical measures”.
      All UKR had to do was keep their word and implement the Minsk Agreement they signed and agreed to.

  12. Yeah, they said the same thing about pulling their troops back a month ago just before they invaded Ukraine. “People never lie so much as after a hunt, during a war, and before an election” – Otto von Bismarck

    1. “To Believe a Russian is not to respect yourself” Otto Van Bismarck

    2. F*ckn bs from Russians. I’ve been following along closely and for the past week Russians had their a**es served to them and lost all ground in Kyiv. Russia is retreating north because it’s out of resources. Haha make no mistake this is not in good faith. This country does nothing in good faith. This is pure bs trying to cover their missteps. Poor calculation all on fronts from Russia. I hope Ukraine doesn’t settle an inch of land, because Russia is done.

  13. Russia: We will, at times, reduce military activity in areas where we are losing… but, no cease-fire..
    Ukraine: Are you then OK if our guys use your demoralised, retreating soldiers as target practice? At times?

  14. “This is not the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps, the end of the beginning.”
    – Winston Churchill, 1942.

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