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Oh, there's still good chance the Azovians and Right Sector, seeing the painting on the wall with Kyiv and the "West" turning towards implementing Minsk accords and having loads of brand new weapons feel the last chance to aggressively return the Donbass under theirgovernment control being right about now.

They seem to be the kind of people who need to cause immense misery and be totally beaten by "untermench" before they see the err in their ways.

by pelgus on Thu Feb 17th, 2022 at 10:39:18 AM EST
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A diplomatic victory for Olaf Scholz

Scholz, and with him his partners in NATO and the European Union, do not want to allow Europe to be divided into "spheres of influence" as it was during the Cold War. Europe's efforts to prevent that from happening currently most benefit Ukraine, which oligarchs have long divided up among themselves into spheres of influence. Some 30 oligarchs and their clans chose to fly out of Ukraine on Sunday on chartered flights - only highlighting that Ukraine needs some saving from its own corruption as it does from Russia. Ukraine's stability will also depend on the EU pushing internal reforms.

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace says Kiev would not expect military help as it is not in NATO | National News - Dec. 18, 2021 |

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Thu Feb 17th, 2022 at 12:04:04 PM EST
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