1. More mobilization after the last 300,000 mobilization a few months ago? Not something one does if everything really is going according to plan

    1. Yeah I’m pretty sure the Russian losses are worse than being reported. Perhaps MUCH worse.
      But putler can’t back down now…how bad would *that* make him look. Typical tough guy.

    1. @Facts not feelings I don’t think they got any gear left to gear up. You’d be peed off if you ran a museum in Russia right now. You’ll see one run past in a suit of armour sometime soon.

  2. Putin: “I invaded Ukraine in order to liberate the Ukrainian people from their peaceful existence.”

    Slava Ukraini!!! 🇺🇦 🇺🇲

    1. ​@Super pieman
      Double standard get you to nowhere whenever you held your regime accountable for human rights violation then threat others.

    2. Ukrainian regime commited genocide in donbas region Russia had every right to defend these oppressed people from the coup regime in Kiev.

    3. ​@Mr Malmir Russia killed twices more ukranian civilians for a year (and this is only recognized deats) than this your so colled “ukranian regime” during this your so colled “genocide” for 8 year, while destructions on inforstructures is just uncomperable. And btw Ukraine has no less rights to deal with separatists just like Russia did in Chechna, tho i don’t expect you do know well that part of your history, right Ivan?

  3. “Everyone has a plan, until they get 👊  in the mouth.”
    — Iron Mike Tyson 🇺🇲🇺🇦

    This is the mistake that Putin made. He had a plan to take Kyiv in 3 days, then he got 👊 in the mouth. 🤣
    Slava Ukraini!! 🇺🇦 🇺🇲

  4. I know why he returned to ruzzia but I wish he hadn’t.
    He could have caused much more damage to putler’s regime by being free and continuing his operation from exile.

    1. Always mystified me that he returned to Russia. At some point bravery and honour are best shown from outside the borders of the country that wants to kill you.

    2. I think maybe he believes becoming a martyr will do the most damage to, putler I like that, but I think you are right. When I heard the news he had gone back I said to myself, “you brave, stupid sunofabitch”.
      I did just have a thought of, what if he’s thinking he is such high profile news by going back that if the fascists poison him it would be all but hard proof that putler did it. Which, would work the martyr angle. But still. Live for the fight, I think, only die for it if you must.

    3. It was a surprising time to make rash decisions after almost dying, the cycle of treehouse menaces will take it’s course though, as will the natural instinct of the ruzzians to exterminate the cave lionens, the children of light must venture through the shadows.

    4. @Johnny Tampocao He should have stayed in the United States when he graduated from Yale University and worked for Russian intelligence and not in Russia in the interests of the CIA..

    1. @Владимир Костоломов then don’t forget to care sunflower seeds in your pocket .

    1. Might get different results if the people didn’t have to be afraid of what happens to those who criticize the government.

    2. Это вранье по 80% поддержки.
      Я живу в Санкт-Петербурге. Все, кого я знаю против войны.
      Активно поддерживают войну только пенсионеры, потому что они с утра до вечера смотрят TV.

    1. @Red Rick Nonsense. And plenty of prisoners would LOVE to run the prison. Just give em the chance.

      Power does love a vacuum, the other guy has a point. But the hope would be that the general takes the country in a different direction, or only takes power long enough to hold elections. I mean, what good is a military dictatorship….. without the military? Russia’s military is falling to pieces and it isn’t going to suddenly and inexplicably get better.

  5. I don’t know how many they will need, but there’s no doubt they will recruit or draft all they need. Find an off ramp.

  6. Apparently they have made fake vodka shop fronts. You have to sign for each bottle as it’s a rare limited edition wink wink.

  7. This is not unique. Your true loyalty to your country surfaces during a military draft. In the US Selective Service, failure to register is a felony punishable by a fine of up to $250,000 and/or 5 years imprisonment. Also, a person who knowingly counsels, aids, or abets another to fail to comply with the registration requirement is subject to the same penalties.

  8. …what happens when a Military blindly follows Authority to sacrifice themselves not for good – but for one man’s ego

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