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21 hours ago, Josh said:

This discussion seems a touch pointless. Maybe the UK government employs convicted murderers. We know for a fact Russia mobilized thousands of convicted murders.

If it was so 'pointless' then why were so many keen to completely deny it? 

They are all as bad as each other. 

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https://uk.news.yahoo.com/russia-says-putin-wont-die-034157188.html

 

A Russian official says the country's leader, Vladimir Putin, won't get caught in a plane crash if he travels on domestic aircraft, state news agency TASS reported on Tuesday.

"The Russian president uses domestic aircraft. These are very reliable vehicles," Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told journalists.

Peskov was speaking at a press briefing when he was asked about the recent aviation accidents that claimed the lives of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Malawi's Vice President Saulos Chilima.

Raisi was flying over northwestern Iran when his helicopter crashed on May 19. Iran's foreign minister, the governor of Iran's East Azerbaijan province, and other officials were also on board the helicopter. No one survived the deadly incident.

Chilima, meanwhile, was killed in a plane crash along with nine other passengers on Tuesday. Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera said Chilima's plane was found "completely destroyed" near a hill in northern Malawi.

However, Peskov said such incidents were unlikely to occur with Russian aircraft, given what he said were Russia's rigorous safety standards.

"All machinery in our country that transports citizens is also maintained at the proper level. There are very strict standards in this regard, which are, of course, observed," Peskov said.

"We have monitoring agencies," he continued. "The system works."

 

Yep.

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, urbanoid said:

A major 'purge'? Are the replacements known?

Not exactly purge, but it is sort of nice to see the man who have singlehandidly ruined the results of about two years of my department's work (and firing me by personal decision) fired himself. Of course i would like to see him in prison where he clearly belongs to (as Patriot Park was only part of his cphere of responcibility, while his main task was advanced projects in Russian Army) but even this modest decision at least something, i hope more will follow.

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Ramping up to plan B 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/cyee61ej8zko

China should pay for propping up Putin's war - Nato chief

The head of Nato has told the BBC that China should face consequences for supporting Russia's war in Ukraine, if it does not change its ways.

Jens Stoltenberg said Beijing was "trying to get it both ways" by supporting Russia's war effort, while also trying to maintain relationships with European allies.

"This cannot work in the long run," Mr Stoltenberg told BBC News during a visit to Washington.

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"It seems that fate is beginning to smile at us a little. Public organizations, having lost faith in the work of the government, took up the manufacture of everything that the army needed, and in mid-August we received the first box of shells made at private factories in Moscow. The boxes proudly bore the inscription: "Spare no shells!"

We in the army know what we owe to our native industry. With great efforts, overcoming incredible friction from the entire bureaucratic management apparatus, she begins to create factories, equip them and feverishly completes what the government cannot do. The names of < producers X, Y, Z>  reach us, but how many others whose names are unknown to us. These people think and care about the army, and we owe this inscription to their creativity and initiative."

Guess the date of this quote...

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31 minutes ago, Stuart Galbraith said:

If you are saying they are killing their own people, thats even worse, no?

No, they are killing foreign controlled terrorists.

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2 hours ago, Stuart Galbraith said:

But I dont understand, Roman was telling me how safe Russia was compared to Israel. 😒

Let me direct you to my answer in another thread

 

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9 hours ago, txtree99 said:

 

Actually this story is much wider and deeper than this brief description - but i am too lazy to type detailed explanation, so let's wait for summary text to take and translate.  

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On 6/24/2024 at 12:40 PM, Roman Alymov said:

Actually this story is much wider and deeper than this brief description - but i am too lazy to type detailed explanation, so let's wait for summary text to take and translate.  

It's not wide or deep at all. Russia has an Islamic extremism issue and it's not doing nearly enough to change it.

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28 minutes ago, Mighty_Zuk said:

It's not wide or deep at all. Russia has an Islamic extremism issue and it's not doing nearly enough to change it.

Do you understand that the core of attackers were active members or close relatives of high-ranked members of "United Russia" political party (untill relatively recently it was Putin's party AKA "The party of crooks and thieves" untill Putin left it as it became too toxic for him) and another pro-Gov party, actually three of them were sons and nephew of local county mayor? Nobody of them is known to be deeply religious, they were enjoying wealthy life with all sins attached to it. Most of victims were local Muslims, no single Jewish was harmed. This case got more to do with deeply rooted tribalism mixed with corruption and even printing fake Roubles.

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1 hour ago, Roman Alymov said:

Do you understand that the core of attackers were active members or close relatives of high-ranked members of "United Russia" political party (untill relatively recently it was Putin's party AKA "The party of crooks and thieves" untill Putin left it as it became too toxic for him) and another pro-Gov party, actually three of them were sons and nephew of local county mayor? Nobody of them is known to be deeply religious, they were enjoying wealthy life with all sins attached to it. Most of victims were local Muslims, no single Jewish was harmed. This case got more to do with deeply rooted tribalism mixed with corruption and even printing fake Roubles.

Just another case of razborki, as always. Radical muslims are de facto operating in Russia. Gangs, some state sanctioned, are operating in Russia. And Russia's government itself is also conducting terror attacks on its own citizens, as heavily hinted in the blaming of Ukraine in the Crocus hall attack. Lots of people need to be balconied but will live to die a natural death at the ripe age of 69. 

The end is to eradicate such behavior and establish culture.

The means are to eradicate the people in charge and crack down on those elements outside the government. But it's not like we can expect Russians to form any opposition to the government. If at all, it'll just be another mafia, like solid Prigozhin. 

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1 hour ago, Mighty_Zuk said:

Just another case of razborki, as always. Radical muslims are de facto operating in Russia. Gangs, some state sanctioned, are operating in Russia. And Russia's government itself is also conducting terror attacks on its own citizens, as heavily hinted in the blaming of Ukraine in the Crocus hall attack. Lots of people need to be balconied but will live to die a natural death at the ripe age of 69. 

The end is to eradicate such behavior and establish culture.

The means are to eradicate the people in charge and crack down on those elements outside the government. But it's not like we can expect Russians to form any opposition to the government. If at all, it'll just be another mafia, like solid Prigozhin. 

I'm sorry but you write nonsence, and adding Russian word to it (without actually understanding the meaning of it) is only highlighting your lack of expertise.

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