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Azovstal Surrenders as Russia Continues Offensive in Donbass

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Azovstal Surrenders as Russia Continues Offensive in Donbass
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charles smith
charles smith
May 17, 2022

Some time ago I heard Alexander described himself as a polite man. In my experience he has always been polite. He is also a kind man. Describing Azov fighters who are at least associated with those who committed atrocieties against people incapable of defending themselves and then retreated into bomb-proof bunkers with civilian shields as “very brave men” is a very kind thing to do. Alexander, you honor us all.

Sara
Sara
Reply to  charles smith
May 18, 2022

I am making $92 an hour working from home. i was greatly surprised at the same time as my neighbour advised me she changed into averaging $ninety five however I see the way it works now. I experience mass freedom now that I’m my non-public boss. 
that is what I do….. http://www.incomehd.com

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Glaucio Sombra
Glaucio Sombra
May 18, 2022

You may become used to these events. Soldiers kill…

Glaucio Sombra
Glaucio Sombra
May 18, 2022

PERSPECTIVES…

Glaucio Sombra
Glaucio Sombra
May 18, 2022

Secrecy

Patricia Tursi
Patricia Tursi
May 18, 2022

One hundred years ago, Edgar Cayce predicted that Russia would be the hope of freedom for the world. Others, like myself, find ourselves in the surprising predicament of looking to Russia to stop a One World TKeover by The Controllers.

charles smith
charles smith
Reply to  Patricia Tursi
May 18, 2022

If one considers the “surprising” events of the past 2 years and their apparent acceleration (pandemic, lock-downs, loss of civil rights, extreme concentration of wealth, advancing loss of confidence in governments and media because of their betrayal of the public, abject hateful expression of political differences, looming financial disaster etc) and asks themselves the question,”is this going to continue in an even more disastrous trajectory?”, and answers “yes”, then “looking to Russia to stop a One World Takeover by The Controllers.” puts a tremendous demand/burden on Russia and demands confidence in Russia. This raises important questions regarding the motives and… Read more »

Helga Fellay
Helga Fellay
Reply to  charles smith
May 19, 2022

I don’t see it as problematical. Neither Russia nor China have shown any signs of wanting to take over the world, like those controlling the West want to do: destroy and kill, if their takeovers are rejected. Their focus seems to be on peaceful co-existence and trade benefitting all parties. The leaders of both Russia and China appear to be psychopaths, whereas every leader (with few exceptions) in the West, especially the US, UK, EU, Canada, etc. qualify for the title of psychopath.

charles smith
charles smith
Reply to  Helga Fellay
May 19, 2022

Hi- I cannot put in links or my post will be delayed or censored. Look up the long game, china’s strategy. I have seen programs detailing the advice of an important Chinese General advocating chemical and biological weapons use to depopulate the U.S. so as to allow Chinese people access to U.S. land and infrastructure. Please remember that 1939 Germany wanted to take over Russia to allow room for Germans to expand.

charles smith
charles smith
Reply to  Patricia Tursi
May 18, 2022

Please allow me to continue- Here is a crux of my questions. Is Russia mainly interested in protecting the interests of Russia? Things have gotten so bad in the world opposing Russia that it would be altruistic, very difficult and expensive for Russia to take these problems on. Therein may lie the reason for the inclusion of the words “hope of freedom” in Cayce’s prediction/forecast. It seems we are headed for an unavoidable, very terrible time and we, as individuals and collectives, should make every effort possible to mitigate the coming catastrophes.

Javi
Javi
Reply to  charles smith
May 18, 2022

I think Russia is aligning with China because of geostrategical, not ideological reasons. Right now, Russia is in the process of shredding its agreements with the WHO, which, if it finally happens, would be very good news. That shows you how different the policies of the two countries are. Russia is a capitalist, conservative, religious country. You could also argue that China is capitalist and conservative too, but in quite a different way. I now it feels very odd to find yourself supporting anti-totalitarianism and Putin at the same time. For a long time I would have though these positions… Read more »

Helga Fellay
Helga Fellay
Reply to  Javi
May 19, 2022

I completely agree with you, Javi, especially your first sentence that Russia and China are aligning simply because the US/West aims to destroy them both, thus driving them into each other’s arms. It has nothing or little to do with ideologies.

ElMagnifico
ElMagnifico
May 18, 2022

Something stinks to high heaven here. I’ve seen innumerable pictures & film of German soldiers surrendering after having held-out for 6 months in Stalingrad. They all looked tattered, bloodied, filthy, exhausted …& of course wounded to one degree or another. After surrendering, most were forced to march hundreds ..if not thousands ..of miles all the way to Siberia in those exact same conditions. Fast forward to Ukraine 2022. Every single one of the surrendering Ukrainian ‘fighters’ I’m being shown has in contrast clean skin, clean uniforms, and exhibit absolutely no signs of being hurt, …no bruises, no cuts, not even… Read more »

charles smith
charles smith
Reply to  ElMagnifico
May 18, 2022

I was wondering what happened to you. Nice to have you back

charles smith
charles smith
Reply to  ElMagnifico
May 18, 2022

Having surrendered from warfare in trenches and foxholes-exposed to elements is very different to surrendering from an indoor environment, weeks away from any actual fighting, where all you are doing is waiting for rescue, with plenty of time for tidiness. Especially as trimming one’s beard can alleviate boredom. It could be that those who surrendered first weren’t actual combatants but were lab techs. I do not doubt that “something stinks”. There is so much b.s. involved in the Ukrainian modus operandi that there is probably more than just “something” which stinks. I hope that it will be revealed to us… Read more »

Diana
Diana
Reply to  ElMagnifico
May 18, 2022

It has been said there is a city under the steel works, set up as a shelter in Soviet days. Having seen images from other underground ‘cities’, this would be a well-equipped place with plenty of food and facilities enabling people to be accommodated for months. They haven’t been living at the bottom of a coal mine.

Helga Fellay
Helga Fellay
Reply to  ElMagnifico
May 19, 2022

Are you certain that those films you have seen, both of badly wounded soldiers forced to march to Siberia, as well as happy, healthy and clean folks leaving underground bunkers after two months, were real, or were both produced in Hollywood studios?

Brad Golding
Brad Golding
May 18, 2022

SBS media network in Australia, announced on the news last night that the Urainians had “escaped” from Avostahl.

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
May 18, 2022

Update!!!!!!! I have just got a message from Zelensky in Kiev. After his half country has won this years Eurovision contest. He personally will be singing in next years Eurovision contest with a medley of ”Puppet on a string” and ”I am the great pretender”

Helga Fellay
Helga Fellay
Reply to  David Bowlas
May 19, 2022

that makes for a good Clown World report. Will Z be wearing his high heels during his star appearance in next year’s Eurovision conest?

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
May 18, 2022

I really hope the Russians don’t leave those in Odessa in the hands of those hidiouse swamp life.

Helga Fellay
Helga Fellay
Reply to  David Bowlas
May 19, 2022

All those nutsies in Odessa should feel right at home in that hideous swamp life.

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