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Bernie Peklestone

The famous Hitler apologist has done it again. In the same week he’s defended Putin saying ‘I’d take a bullet for him, he’s a first class guy’ and said Ukraine was to blame before going on to defend racist Nelson Piquet as is his tradition when it comes to matters of skin colour.

What a douchebag.

posted on 30/6/22

Croatian woman has posted this:
"NATO will not get involved in direct war against Russia over Ukraine. War is possible only in case of Russian attack on Baltic states, but I see no reason why Putin would do that."

posted on 30/6/22

comment by VOF - Its all about believing .... (U17124)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by VOF - Its all about believing .... (U17124)
posted 37 minutes ago
and the anglo countries taking the moral high ground against them is laughable

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Which ones are these?
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'murica and britain
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Most of the world you'll find. Or do you just go for a certain demographic with your views?

As for 'murica and britain. Not perfect by any means but you can vote and remove governments if you don't agree with strategies and policies.

Remind me how that works in Russia?
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you have a very naive view about how western democracies actually work, no offence

Some would say the way democracy has developed in the Western world it's a complete scam

posted on 30/6/22

comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by VOF - Its all about believing .... (U17124)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by VOF - Its all about believing .... (U17124)
posted 37 minutes ago
and the anglo countries taking the moral high ground against them is laughable

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Which ones are these?
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'murica and britain
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Most of the world you'll find. Or do you just go for a certain demographic with your views?

As for 'murica and britain. Not perfect by any means but you can vote and remove governments if you don't agree with strategies and policies.

Remind me how that works in Russia?
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you have a very naive view about how western democracies actually work, no offence

Some would say the way democracy has developed in the Western world it's a complete scam
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ok ...........

posted on 30/6/22

Croatian woman has just posted this about how she sees the likely outcome of the war
Posting this for you to see how other people from Non-Anglo countries are viewing things.
Thank me later guys

"My prediction is this:

West will "force" Ukraine into signing (for them) unpopular peace treaty with Russia. Ukraine will lose entire Donbass most likely + possible other parts (Odessa etc) but that is still open.
In UK which was biggest war monger they are already complaining about prices and inflation and war is getting unpopular among average Joes.

West loves it's comfort way more than they do Ukraine. It was "fun" for few months but now Ukraine is losing and they kind of realized it's a too expensive adventure to continue for too long.

Ukraine ends up without territory including maybe entire black sea coast (but still not clear), destroyed country and economy and many dead.
And later they will realize they were fools west and Zenensky used against Russia and that in the end, west does not truly give fack and will let them drown.

Maybe I am wrong but that's my opinion."

posted on 30/6/22

I actually this woman has summarised well how things will likely pan out in the end for Ukraine

In a few years it will be yesterday's news in the West

posted on 30/6/22

Rob....how do you think things will pan out in Ukraine, long term

posted on 30/6/22

Bernie Peklestone

posted on 30/6/22

Let's be honest, the Russian sentiment that they can do as they please in Ukraine isn't far off the mark. It would take something drastic for NATO to intervene. It's all posturing.

Russia might've shown that in a traditional fight they're woefully unprepared, but let's not pretend that they could've erased Ukraine in a matter of hours had they so desired. I doubt NATO would've even responded to a nuke on Kyiv, to be honest.

posted on 30/6/22

comment by The Lambeau Leap (U21050)
posted 1 hour, 51 minutes ago
Let's be honest, the Russian sentiment that they can do as they please in Ukraine isn't far off the mark. It would take something drastic for NATO to intervene. It's all posturing.

Russia might've shown that in a traditional fight they're woefully unprepared, but let's not pretend that they could've erased Ukraine in a matter of hours had they so desired. I doubt NATO would've even responded to a nuke on Kyiv, to be honest.
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Russia tried to take Ukraine in days and was repelled in humiliating fashion. Yes, it has the capability to turn the country into a nuclear wasteland, but that would make much of western Russia uninhabitable and be counterproductive in relation to its geopolitical aims: Putin wants to extend his sphere of influence, not create a radioactive buffer zone between Russia and other countries to the west that he aspires to influence. Putin wanted to control Ukraine, but Russia quickly demonstrated it doesn't have the capacity to do so. Because: Ukraine's military is much better than anticipated; Ukrainians have developed a strong sense of national identity and will not accept Russian rule; and the Russian army turned out to be dogshiittt due to poor morale and embezzlement at every level leading to poor standards of equipment and maintenance.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 30/6/22

comment by VOF - Its all about believing .... (U17124)
posted 9 hours, 33 minutes ago
comment by Diafol Coch 77 (U2462)
posted 52 seconds ago
Just seen that GMB interview now.

They've tweeted the video and a United fan (perhaps someone on here) replied with this - https://twitter.com/Banjo__7/status/1542444767841320960?s=20&t=ea4FDD3RvUXyJio13R8V_A

Banjo 🇾🇪
@Banjo__7
Replying to
@GMB
and
@susannareid100
Russia warned Ukraine that joining the EU would result in war. Whether that’s right or wrong Ukraine knew the consequences. They ignored the threats and once attacked changed heart and decided to not join the EU. If i was Ukranian i’d feel that Zalenskyy lets us down
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Zelensky was pursuing what should be a democratic right to pursue, if that's what the electorate of Ukraine voted for.

It's not for some sh1thouse dictator over the border to determine the outcome.
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