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And that’s exactly, exactly what I’ve been talking about since this shit started. Fucks like this get their “happy ending”, a retirement in a nice suburb with a hefty contract for writing shitty propaganda “memoirs”.

But the civilians in Belgorod oblast that died to UAF artillery? They stay dead with only their relatives to care.


And? Those in charge don’t care. According to your own post, ten percent of all households in USA were food insecure in 2021. That’s a lot of people, but it’s “only” ten percent. The number can go higher - if needed to be.








Well we are getting sanctioned on a comparable level. Does that count?


Yes, because baseline liberals hate everything to do with Russia, including the imperial time



Because of the talks about “strike on Kiev” and devastating “second phase”. This is the kind of BS you would hear from jingoists here. Usually the ones in cushy positions with no chance of ending up on the front.


Please tell me you are exaggerating. For my sanity’s sake.




filthy commies appropriated imperial work and took the credit

I mean, they do that with industrialisation, no?


Well you know! Values! Like uuuh village priests being the only ones who can read, flogging, hereditary wealthy basking in unthinkable riches and going mad from not knowing what to want even, while the the underclassmen that make their wealth work 12-16 hours a day of back breaking labor, never leave their place of birth and whose only constant is misery.

Oh wait.



There are still people who think Russophobia is a new phenomenon. Even in its current, sanctioned form. As you can see, it goes waaaaaaaay back


Can’t say for lumpens, but pretty much every westerner I talked to not from here was in support.


"A dress for the Tupandactil"
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Crosspost from: lemmygrad.ml/post/346815 Head of Ukrainian Energoatom Piotr Kotin has suggested using artillery to destroy power lines going from the power plant. At the same time, UAF have began shelling the *nuclear power plant* with MLRS and plain artillery, as well as the nuclear waste storage.
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Head of Ukrainian Energoatom Piotr Kotin has suggested using artillery to destroy power lines going from the power plant. At the same time, UAF have began shelling the *nuclear power plant* with MLRS and plain artillery, as well as the nuclear waste storage.
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But remember - there is no racism in NATO, and the *real* fascists are them Russian orcs! Trust the media, trust the white house press service.
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This particular skeleton was discovered in Mongolia in late 1940's - early 1950's. At the time USSR had organized a number of paleontological expeditions into the region - with great success. One of the most famous paleontologists of the expeditions was Ivan Antonovich Efremov (photo below), although he is better known as a science fiction writer, depicting a bright, socialist future of peaceful space exploration. ![](https://lemmygrad.ml/pictrs/image/d73467cb-fa89-48e1-b67a-1bb1f253ce17.png)
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This is the Paleontology Museum in Moscow. The current building (pictured here) was created in 1965, after Academician Yuri Orlov petitioned the government that the old building was becoming too cramped and unfit for the vast collection. The museum currently bears comrade's Orlov's name. Their website: https://www.paleo.ru/museum/about/ More pictures inside.
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An artist's rendition of an early human village, with some freshly-domesticated dogs at the forefront. At the back, a cave lion is hesistant to approach the strange place. Sadly, I have lost any information on who the artist is, so if you know - please share.
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This is an Olorotitan - a type of hadrosaur, found in what is now Amur oblast in Russia. At approximately 12 metres long it was one of the largest species of its family. It is also notable for some unique characteristics, such as having 18 vertebrae in the neck, instead of the usual 15. Some scientists consider this to be a hint at the potential evolution of the hadrosaurs, had they not gone extinct - a drift towards sauropod like adaptations.
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Need help with a list of NATO founders that were card carrying Nazis
Good evening, comrades. I was not sure where to post this question, so I picked the community I knew. The question is as it says on the tin: I know that there were plenty of "former" Nazis in the NATO as it was created. But is there a comprehensive list? Names and positions. Thank you in advance.
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