The war in Ukraine...

Henarar

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Somerset
Let me try.
The Russians are raping child killing orcs (they actually rape dead children too) Source: someone on twitter.
Putin is the only person responsible for this.
Meanwhile, every Russian soldier is a conscript but should still be held personally accountable.
We should intervene and risk a further escalation to get some grain out of the port of Odessa that is littered with mines
Russia lost the war
Russia is running out of equipment
Russia has no missles left (repeat this every month, this is important)
*posts Video of destroyed Russian equipment*
*posts Photo of a meaningless village liberated by Ukraine that gets retaken by Russia after two days because they left their defensive positions to get targeted in the open by Artillery*
Attached a picture of a Russian Bayraktar Drone which they lost during the defense of snake island
Yep you will fit right in here :ROFLMAO:
 

Danllan

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Sir Gar / Carms
Germany delivering weapons to Ukraine!View attachment 1038602
That is a bit unfair, just a bit... it's an irony that the German politicians I generally think the least of, as being priggish and dogmatic, have come out in spades in this matter. of course I mean their Greens. It seems to me somewhat analogous to Churchill and the left of the Labour party in WW2, meaning they see the reality of the threat posed by a dictator.

I really am starting to wonder about Scholz in this matter- and Macron too. I write again, this is a time in which those who want a more integrated and 'united' EU - self-professedly Germany and France - really could show the Eastern member-states that they mean it. No skin off my nose, but for any EUrophiles it must stand out as a huge opportunity lost, even though resulting from the suffering of Ukraine.

Meet the next President of Russia. Allegedly.
Clever fellow, speaks rationally without the level of dogma we hear from Putin, he's certainly a plausible candidate. No idea if he'd be better or worse than Putin though... :unsure:
 

arcobob

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Location
Norfolk
That is a bit unfair, just a bit... it's an irony that the German politicians I generally think the least of, as being priggish and dogmatic, have come out in spades in this matter. of course I mean their Greens. It seems to me somewhat analogous to Churchill and the left of the Labour party in WW2, meaning they see the reality of the threat posed by a dictator.

I really am starting to wonder about Scholz in this matter- and Macron too. I write again, this is a time in which those who want a more integrated and 'united' EU - self-professedly Germany and France - really could show the Eastern member-states that they mean it. No skin off my nose, but for any EUrophiles it must stand out as a huge opportunity lost, even though resulting from the suffering of Ukraine.


Clever fellow, speaks rationally without the level of dogma we hear from Putin, he's certainly a plausible candidate. No idea if he'd be better or worse than Putin though... :unsure:
I fear he would not get the job unless he was going to maintain the status quo. Having said that I believe there is far more opposition to Putin both within the Politburo and amongst his own people than is apparent to us.
 

arcobob

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Location
Norfolk
Obviously the Russians as it would prevent any kind of strategic landing operation in the port.
They even had the Audacity to stay near the city in their landing boats after mining the port.
The Russians by this time were afraid that a third power or powers would intervene. By blockading the port they have increased the likelihood that this will eventually happen. Their objective, I suggest is to block grain exports , cause a worldwide grain shortage and put pressure on the west to lift sanctions but I think this will only escalate the conflict. They are digging an ever deeper hole and their strategy will not succeed.
 

Muck Spreader

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Limousin
The Russians by this time were afraid that a third power or powers would intervene. By blockading the port they have increased the likelihood that this will eventually happen. Their objective, I suggest is to block grain exports , cause a worldwide grain shortage and put pressure on the west to lift sanctions but I think this will only escalate the conflict. They are digging an ever deeper hole and their strategy will not succeed.
Looks like they are almost certainly Russian mines, but they are claiming they are Ukrainian. No surprise there.
 

spin cycle

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Location
north norfolk
I am sure you have the odd fallen tree Spin. I have enough gas for two year`s worth of barbees.

yeah i know:)...i was just pondering....lokking at news...way things are going......russia gone back to old red army attritional grind.....making progress in east.....destroy ukranian army and country falls.....they can't get wheat out and harvest looming.....finland cut off gas/leccy

just wondering what others thought:scratchhead:
 

arcobob

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Location
Norfolk
yeah i know:)...i was just pondering....lokking at news...way things are going......russia gone back to old red army attritional grind.....making progress in east.....destroy ukranian army and country falls.....they can't get wheat out and harvest looming.....finland cut off gas/leccy

just wondering what others thought:scratchhead:
Wheat £500 per tonne by harvest. Shall we have a party?
 

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Man fined £300 for bonfire-related waste offences

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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