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Reminder that the cops will NOT keep us safe. WE keep us safe. It is a shame that militants get to walk around Columbus parading their victory and brandishing weapons at a drag event. This gathering was organized in the immediate aftermath of Club Q. thebuckeyeflame.com/2022/11/…
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A massive convergence of right wing militants in Columbus, some armed, just shut down a drag holiday event. Organizers expected police to show, unsurprisingly, they did not. Or they did dressed in black/yellow. Proud Boys and Patriot Front are emboldened after Club Q.
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Ukraine will join NATO. NATO countries take the Russian threat seriously again, and are ramping up defense spending and readiness. (I can't emphasize enough how Sweden and Finland make Russian ambitions in the Baltics almost impossible) 22/n
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Then there's the promise that Ukraine will join NATO in the future. While this doesn't help much immediately, it signals intent, as well as opens the door a bit for cooperation and coordination now. It also exposes a fundamental truth: Russia has lost already. 19/n
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First, someone has to keep the lights on back in the USSR (err, I mean Russia). Mobilizing your work force to go die in Ukraine means they're not at home doing the things necessary to keep society functioning. Eventually the system suffers. 9/n
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2/ The "We can explain" Telegram channel reports that several regions and cities in Russia, including Astrakhan, Krasnodar and Rostov, are suffering problems with their communal heating systems because the engineers responsible for maintaining them have been mobilised.
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I haven't tweeted about Ukraine in a while, and the battlefield has been (relatively) static for almost a month, but there are things happening that signal long term direction, most of it favoring Ukraine. A 🧵. 1/n
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Ukrainian forces shot down a Russian SU-34 jet south of Bakhmut.
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Russian forces continue random shelling of Kherson city area. Ukrainian forces are responding powerfully with precision counter battery fires. The artillery duels continue.
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The happiness and glee the Russians feel when they bomb Kherson, a city they said “will be Russian forever”, is sickening. A country that values life even less than it values the truth.
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Since Trump is now calling for the termination of the US Constitution b/c he lost to Biden, is THIS sufficient to immediately put him in handcuffs, throw him in jail (no bail) & indicte him for crimes against America? We know where this rhetoric leads
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Russians believe Ukraine is a brother nation. If Ukraine becomes a western and wealthy democratic nation, russians will ask themselves why they live so miserably = end of oligarchy and zarism
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Replying to @JuliaDavisNews
Someone explain to me why Russians think that a sovereign Ukraine, with zero desire to attack Russia, would mean that Russia would cease to exist. Why would being driven out of Ukraine mean the end of Russia? Russia started this war after NO ONE attacked them.
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Moscow 2027
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Replying to @JuliaDavisNews
“Many years will pass even after our victory before we will be able to secure total loyalty of this population” What does this statement tell you about 🇷🇺’s true intent and the future they envision for the people of 🇺🇦?
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Replying to @JuliaDavisNews
Well, your current oligarchy and dictatorship will likely cease to exist, yes.
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Rogozin's comments, especially his apocalyptic visions of Russia being defeated scream out that he *knows* that Russia has made a horrific mistake in invading Ukraine. He knows it. And so his psyche compensates by defining military defeat as Russian existential defeat. Pathetic.
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And Ukrainians once saw russia as a brotherly nation… Before it started doing the Nazi things….
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In his interview with RT, Dmitry Rogozin, Russia's former ambassador to NATO and former Deputy PM for Defense and Space Industry, says that Russia will win only if it takes Kyiv. He claims that Russians once considered Nazi Germany their brotherly nation, comparing it to Ukraine.
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Soldiers of the special forces "Carlson" raised the first Ukrainian flag on the left bank of the Dnipro 🇺🇦 This mini-operation is a springboard for further de-occupation of the Kherson region.
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