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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by DarkCorp, Feb 24, 2022.
I just wanna mention that Belarus, is a prime example of how to do things.
I think the red tie is a fashion faux pas . Red and green clash in my opinion. Maybe a deeper green with a yellow banding would have been a better choice.
Russia V Ukraine may go to penalties after extra time has been played.
It even has Rus in the name.
Ya'll went nuts in here lol
I still see "show ignored content" so I guess there is only one nut in here.
I think it's a very good sign recognising your nuttiness ! I hope you can get back to reality as soon as possible.
Ukraine shelling a nuclear plant under Russian control is a bit crazy to say the least.
If the Rhine dries up any more than it already has Germany has trouble. Should that be your main concern Mr fake German ?
Jesus, I feel like I'm reading something churned out by a random paragraph generator. The lack of any type of meaningful punctuation really amplifies the whole "wall-of-text" thing this guy's got going on here. Pro-tip: single sentences usually don't run on for the length of an entire paragraph. It's ok to be liberal with your use of the period, I mean I know there's a shortage on a lot of things in Russia right now but I'm fairly sure periods are still available for use in ample quantities.
If I wasn't lazy, I would go through his post history and I'd be pretty confident that I would find the majority of the 29 (or whatever the number is at now when you read this) posts were made in this thread.
I get that people are patriotic, especially when their country is involved in a war, but goddamn this is a whole other level. You signed up in 2013... but I haven't seen you around and I've been at NMA (in various forms) since 2012. Which means there's a distinct possibility you came back specifically to argue with like five people on why the war you're country is waging... in which you're the aggressors... is righteous and justified... on an obscure website with less than 50 active users that is dedicated two video games made over 20 years ago about surviving the aftermath of an incredibly destructive war.
Was this what Americans were like on the internet when Afghanistan first kicked off? I'd like to apologize on behalf of my country if so, because this guy is borderline belligerent.
Apparently it was during the aftermath of 9/11 and subsequent weeks after that, not sure about Iraq war though.
Like maybe, from the rumour I heard, something like this broadcast was continuously aired 24/7
It was deemed national tragedy then used to justify to wage war.
Nope. It was the global common consensus at the time that Afghanistan was in dire need of a shit pushing after all 9/11 stuff. HOWEVER, overly patriotic Americanilism went off the rails and plowed through a couple houses in the lead Bush Cheney's Invasion of Iraq. WMDs, the French and all that. Though they weren't the only ones to get all funny in the head over it. Looking at you Britain, people give you a free pass over that shit. but I know the truth.
I mean, I'm not even talking about whether the war was justified or not. Yes 9-11 was atrocious, and something definitely needed to be done, but that's not really what I was getting at.
I'm just talking about if Americans were showing up everywhere online being belligerent assholes on any site with a topic even remotely related to global politics. Basically e-flagwaving, the patriotic version on e-gangbanging ... and honestly just as ridiculous.
Because that's what we're seeing now with Russia. Suddenly every Ivan has an internet connection and they all want to tell you all about the "nahtzees in Ukraine" (which is honestly beginning to remind me of a different political group on the internet around the 2010's that started calling everybody they disagreed with a Nazi) and the woes and misery NATO has inflicted on the world. "NATO is expanding even after Gorbachev politely asked them to stahp in 91!"
It honestly comes off as "NATO stole my frens "
I'm not even saying "don't support your country" or drive to Moscow and stand outside with a "I stand with Ukraine" sign or any of that bullshit. I'm fine with Russian's wanting to support their country in a time of war, that's a reasonable human response. However, since this bullshit started in February I've seen Russians everywhere on the internet doing this e-chest thumping bullshit. YouTube, Discord, Steam Community Groups, I mean fuck I can't find a single place where there isn't a belligerent pissed off overly-patriotic Russian in the chat.
Why would any US-controlled vassal state support Ukraine if they weren't put in the vise of huge satanic machine? The end of printing billions dollars plutocracy is very soon - and with that the real economy shall rise and US bloated supremacy most definitely will fall. Some people here might know very little history but know this: Donbass was always rooskiy and while there were certain atrocities commited by western ukrainians in UPA and OUN like massacres in Volhynia and eastern Galicia with 135 methods of torture there was simply nothing resembling on the territories of nowadays Donetsk and Loogansk People Republics (the people here are not as retarded and cruel and have a high spiritual merit and understanding so after coup detat in Kiev they pronounced independancy). The european countries' population (and probably US') has gone through the most intensive cerebral sorting that's probably why I have to explain here very obvious things about US the empire of lies, their scam, slavery and spreading chaos. There is nearly no family in Rossiya who wasn't touched by the WW2 nazi-fascist agression but the worst is these powers who were involved in waging and fueling war were not fully destroyed. That's why we have these situation with the US foreign policy being outright fascist invading countries for oil and resources, their financing of colour revolutions which are certainly an act of agression. It is in DNA and genetics of our people to abhor nazism, fascism and nationalism and try have social justice and prosperity in their higher form for all, my grandmothers brothers directly and all soviet people were the ones who won WW2 and liberated many people from extinction yet some fools here have neither appreciation nor gratefulness.
Thank you so much for winning WW2 for us singlehandedly.
Holy shit. It feels like I'm reading posts from a bot. He doesn't even respond to anything, he just randomly shows up and drops another wall of text talking about shit no one else talked or asked about.
Here's a question @Trephs - what do you get out of arguing with us about this? Like what does it solve in your eyes to spend so much time typing up walls of text and posting them to this site? How does it further or help Russia's cause?
That is what I am getting at. that started to happen in the lead up to the Iraq War, the war people in past tense like to pretend they didn't support. It however wasn't as nearly prevalent online since the people who waved flags while blasting shitty country songs about Uncle Sam didn't know how to use the internet, You had to go find them, right now Russians are like Furries and Vegans, they find you.
There is this quote from a war movie that I vagualey remember which was about the Soviets in occupied Berlin where they all, British, French, Americans got together to celebrate the victory over Germany where someone says, no nation sacrificed more people in the war and yet no nation will be less honored for it as them.
People really don't give a shit what Russia (The Soviet Union really) achieved in WW2. And one reason is because of such tools like Trephs.
Is this some kind of old account which has been hijacked by some pro russian hacker lad? Or has he just lost his marbles?
The account is 2016 so he registered during that whole thing and probably posts mainly at Codex or the Russian Fallout forum and is bored. He likely does not speak good english like the guys that did Atom.
Not true actually.
But we also haven't forgotten how Russia invaded us during the end of WW2. We couldn't celebrate the end of WW2 til 5 April 1946.
It says 2013 for me
Well. It depends who you're talking to of course. But considering the fact how severe the devesation and human loss was on the Soviet Union they do not get as much recognition for it I think. And that has in part to do with the fact that it well ... was the Soviet Union. An authoritarian regime that itself comitted pretty much any attrocity you can imagine. Except for the Holocaust.
The point I want to make though is that probably, outside of Russia, no one "celebrates" their sacrifices, as much as they do. They do not get the respect for it that you would usually expect here. That doesn't mean they get no recognition at all. Of course they do.
But look at it that way. The United States together with Britain was coming from "The West" to Germany and the Soviets from "The East". So they both liberated Europe from the Nazis. Now, how do people in France, Austria, the Netherlands talk about the US/British troops and how do they talk in Poland, Romania and Hungary about the Soviets? The Western Allies have been seen as liberators. The Soviets as another occupant. The post-war view on the Soviets is not very favourable and a large part of Eastern Europe really does hate the Soviets and they do not like todays Russia. And there are reasons for that.