The situation in Ukraine...

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You: "Mum, you are such a whore"
*slap*
You: "You see, you see? She is so agressive!!!"
Bystander: "Would you have done the same in her position?"
You: "Yeah sure. But do not use whataboutism to justify her aggression!!!11"
 

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Interesting fact: in the 90s, Putin reportedly asked Bill Clinton if Russia could join NATO. His response was, "I don't see why not." Had Russia done so, however, Putin wouldn't have been able to keep playing the victim, so they didn't. It's always been performative bullshit on Putin's part.
 

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Good always defeats evil.
Kin Jong-un is on power, Saudi Arabia still has a monarch, Lukashenko is on power since 1994, Iranian revolutionaries still on power, Bashar al-Assad still on power, Taliban have won, and that's just what I remembered in right now.

The world is full of examples of evil winning, and it works on long term too, the slavery states from Europe are still rich while the nations they assaulted are still poor for example.
 

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Kin Jong-un is on power, Saudi Arabia still has a monarch, Lukashenko is on power since 1994, Iranian revolutionaries still on power, Bashar al-Assad still on power, Taliban have won, and that's just what I remembered in right now.

The world is full of examples of evil winning, and it works on long term too, the slavery states from Europe are still rich while the nations they assaulted are still poor for example.
Evil might win but then they go to hell
 

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You: "Mum, you are such a whore"
*slap*
You: "You see, you see? She is so agressive!!!"
Bystander: "Would you have done the same in her position?"
You: "Yeah sure. But do not use whataboutism to justify her aggression!!!11"
Physical or corporal punishment by a parent or other legal guardian is any act causing deliberate physical pain or discomfort to a minor child in response to some undesired behavior. It typically takes the form of spanking or slapping the child with an open hand or striking with an implement such as a belt, slipper, cane, hairbrush or paddle, hanger, and can also include shaking, pinching, forced ingestion of substances, or forcing children to stay in uncomfortable positions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporal_punishment_in_the_home

tldr: In most countries (accusing russia) this is an aggressive, non tolerated move by the mum. A physical aggression is NEVER the right move for a non-physical.
 

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Don´t be so sure. The Orthodox Patriarch is on good terms with Putin. And the Catholic Pope recently blamed the West for the war. Isn´t he representative of Christ on earth?
Im pretty sure that if christ came down to earth, he would kick the catholic cardinals in the asses
just because they are representive of christ doesn't mean he would do the same.
 

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Im pretty sure that if christ came down to earth, he would kick the catholic cardinals in the asses
just because they are representive of christ doesn't mean he would do the same.
Jesus today would be crucified by Americans for having socialist ideas, like healing people for free. How dare he?
 

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Don´t be so sure. The Orthodox Patriarch is on good terms with Putin. And the Catholic Pope recently blamed the West for the war. Isn´t he representative of Christ on earth?
Yeah and the Pope was fine with the Nazi's back in the second world war as well. Did that make it a better scenario? Not at all.

Also not everyone sees the Pope as the representative of Christ, not even those directly under his flock. He is meant to serve as an authoritative head of the Catholic religion and even so over the years this has become less of a fact and more of a statement of dressing in the same way that the "Queen of Britain" is not actual authority of the country but is instead just a fancy title given to the royal family who are just the same tier as celebrities now. These roles are not done out of necessary, its done out of tradition now and nothing more.

Jesus today would be crucified by Americans for having socialist ideas, like healing people for free. How dare he?
Even the recent Pope of times stated that he was had no problems with gay people and even pushed to say to support them even though there would be many in his flock that would very much disagree with him. It just shows what real little authority the Pope has anymore.

Its not about doing good things for others, its about being proud of themselves while everyone else around them suffers.
 

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Ukraine has cut off its gas transit from Russia to the EU.
Germany must be quite happy about still having North Stream 1.
It is hypocritical of Germany to still maintain it.

If gas supplies become scarce, will transit nations within the EU refuse to share their gas?
If the gas situation leads to social unrest in European countries, would it be immoral for Russia to send money to protesters and their vice president to those countries? (cf Maidan 2014)
Will school books in EU countries teach about supply and demand instead of anal sex in order to better understand why Russia is making a lot of money right now? Or is anal sex education necessary to understand how f*cked Europe will be unless they start Operation Barbarossa 2.0 to conquer the resources themselves?

Questions upon questions.
 

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Ukraine has cut off its gas transit from Russia to the EU.
Germany must be quite happy about still having North Stream 1.
It is hypocritical of Germany to still maintain it.

If gas supplies become scarce, will transit nations within the EU refuse to share their gas?
If the gas situation leads to social unrest in European countries, would it be immoral for Russia to send money to protesters and their vice president to those countries? (cf Maidan 2014)
Will school books in EU countries teach about supply and demand instead of anal sex in order to better understand why Russia is making a lot of money right now? Or is anal sex education necessary to understand how f*cked Europe will be unless they start Operation Barbarossa 2.0 to conquer the resources themselves?

Questions upon questions.
those arent questions those are ramblings of a mad man
 
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People talk like Europa would froze without Russia. Energy and heat may be achieved other ways. May take a handful of years to set up everything, but Europeans will survive.

The real vital and valuable Russian export is Vodka, but the Polish and the Finish will save us from a tragic Vodka-less world.

We don't need any empire to have our lives the way they are.
 

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People talk like Europa would froze without Russia. Energy and heat may be achieved other ways. May take a handful of years to set up everything, but Europeans will survive.

The real vital and valuable Russian export is Vodka, but the Polish and the Finish will save us from a tragic Vodka-less world.

We don't need any empire to have our lives the way they are.
With as small as most European countries are, I'm surprised they haven't converted to 100% renewables already. The only major hurdle for that in the US is transporting/storing the energy generated by solar panels and windmills, and so I imagine the only thing holding Europe back is the greed of major oil conglomerates and their lobbyists.
 

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Game Developers died defending Ukraine:


Defending the Ukrainian Land against Russia, the developer of games Alexander Goncharuk has died.
Recently it became known about the death of Alexander Goncharuk, who worked in the gamedev industry.
Alexander died during a battle with the Russians on May 12.

He was a junior sergeant on medical assignments. That day he saved many of his brothers, but the mine took his life.

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Mikhail Novikov, the ab games developer, was killed. He defended Ukraine.
We are sad to announce the death of Mikhail Novikov, who was a lead developer at AB Games.
He died defending the Ukraine from the Russian invaders. This was told by the head of the company Anton Bolshakov.

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