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Incontinentia_Buttux

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  1. Remember all the PR campaign of him "serving in the army".... They should send him on the frontline now.
  2. I am really tempted to print this out and post it to people for real lol
  3. Of course not, the Putin controlled media wants to convince you it's just "a millitary operation" to protect Russia.
  4. I think this conflict is actually showing up who amongst the conspiracy theory community has been manipulated by Russian propaganda over the years.
  5. Good. They are all bigger bullshitters than the BBC.
  6. There are TACTICAL nukes these days for use on battlefields. The strategic "Mutually Assured Destruction" ICBM format is old hat. The concentric circles are bullshit, pure propaganda. Take a look at the difference between the shockwave damage between Hiroshima and Nagasaki, local topography played a part and it didn't involve huge mountains!
  7. For those who ask: "Why does Ukraine matter? “ How the nation of Ukraine ranks: 1st in Europe in proven recoverable reserves of uranium ores; 2nd place in Europe and 10th place in the world in terms of titanium ore reserves; 2nd place in the world in terms of explored reserves of manganese ores (2.3 billion tons, or 12% of the world's reserves); 2nd largest iron ore reserves in the world (30 billion tons); 2nd place in Europe in terms of mercury ore reserves; 3rd place in Europe (13th place in the world) in shale gas reserves (22 trillion cubic meters) 4th in the world by the total value of natural resources; 7th place in the world in coal reserves (33.9 billion tons) Ukraine is an agricultural country: 1st in Europe in terms of arable land area; 3rd place in the world by the area of black soil (25% of world's volume); 1st place in the world in exports of sunflower and sunflower oil; 2nd place in the world in barley production and 4th place in barley exports; 3rd largest producer and 4th largest exporter of corn in the world; 4th largest producer of potatoes in the world; 5th largest rye producer in the world; 5th place in the world in bee production (75,000 tons); 8th place in the world in wheat exports; 9th place in the world in the production of chicken eggs; 16th place in the world in cheese exports. Ukraine can meet the food needs of 600 million people. Ukraine is an industrialized country: 1st in Europe in ammonia production; Europe's 2nd and the 4th largest natural gas pipeline system in the world (142.5 bln cubic meters of gas throughput capacity in the EU); 3rd largest in Europe and 8th largest in the world in terms of installed capacity of nuclear power plants; 3rd place in Europe and 11th in the world in terms of rail network length (21,700 km); 3rd place in the world (after the U.S. and France) in production of locators and locating equipment; 3rd largest iron exporter in the world 4th largest exporter of turbines for nuclear power plants in the world; 4th world's largest manufacturer of rocket launchers; 4th place in the world in clay exports 4th place in the world in titanium exports 8th place in the world in exports of ores and concentrates; 9th place in the world in exports of defence industry products; 10th largest steel producer in the world (32.4 million tons).
  8. Sanctions are counter-productive. If a country has a completely wrecked economy then they have nothing to loose in a war! This is why I think WW3 is definitely looming, all the economies are screwed plus lack of affordable resources.
  9. I don't believe this is a case of other countries turning a blind eye this time, granted they did it with Crimea, but Ukraine proper? The Ukrainian military isn't small and will put up a massive fight that will drag the surrounding countries into the conflict. We are looking at the seeds of WW3. Can't use nukes? Not large strategic ones, but tactical ones on a battlefield could be a possibility.
  10. I know that they are set off above the ground, but for you to say topography doesn't effect the shockwave is erroneous. The bombs certainly don't give off perfectly concentric circles of damage, which was what my point was anyway. Certain effects can make the bombs more devastating not less.
  11. It's always go to show how thick they think the general population are, the shockwave damage is always represented as a series of completely perfect circles no matter where the target is, no factoring in atmospherics, topography or buildings at all!
  12. Typical media fear machine. The Russians discovered during the "Tsar Bomba" experiment that a nuke that big is completely impractical to use, the aircraft dropping the bomb could not escape the shockwave fast enough and was damaged, resorting in a crash landing. It's also far too heavy a weight to stick on top of a missile. Any aircraft carrying the device would be shot down long before it reached its target. It's a pretty safe bet that even in the event of All-Out Nuclear Armageddon the Tsar Bomba wouldn't be used! Far more reliable to use smaller tactical nukes. A small device in the middle of the UK would completely cripple us anyway, if you think about it, just a bit of snow or wind and this country is fucked, what chance we got with a nuke or two!!!!
  13. I think it's pretty obvious, he is an attention seeking self-obssessed gay queen (OCD is part of their personality) they can never handle rejection, i have met loads, you can spot them a mile off.
  14. Found this rather curious.... this spy drone's flight path over Ukraine seems to make the shape of a sickle!!! It's been flying around for 24hours now.
  15. Other memorable plane spots i have had: After a trip to the RAF museum at Cosford with my son (he loves having a look around there and we go quite often) .. once we were back home and out in the garden l distinctively heard the sound of a single engined prop, looked up only to find a Spitfire circling above us (no i wasn't dreaming)! What are the chances of that lol i gave it a wave and the pilot even made the wings dip like a salute (i have seen that done at air shows) it was as if they had followed me home (obviously not, but it was a very strange coincidence)! Also on a holiday in Blackpool staying in a caravan park on the way to Fleetwood, heard the raw of a fighter jet, an RAF tornado, fly out over the Irish Sea, it's flight pattern formed a four leaf clover in the sky! It was also picked up on flight radar - a perfect four leaf clover. There wasn't an airshow on, I thought the pilot must of been showing off and having a laugh at the same time!!!!
  16. That's true, sometimes they show, sometimes they don't, i believe it's whether they have their transponders turned on or off. ( I also pay a subscription on flight radar so i can have more detail) I should think they have to have them switched on over a very populated area, else it would be suspicious, maybe even an act of war if they didn't have them on and it was a foreign fighter jet - even an ally. I know that it's normal to see some F-15s in some areas of the UK but definitely not where i live (it rare even to see the RAF ones). There does seems like a build up of something and the media are doing their programming thing as usual.
  17. Funny how the USAF claim it's routine, yet the fact it's sparked curiosity proves it's anything but!
  18. At the beginning of the Covid "pandemic" whilst taking my dogs for a walk around my local park i remember seeing an F-15 fly overhead (i knew it was definitely not an RAF fighter like the Tornado or Typhoon, I have been to many airshows and can tell them apart and also confirmed it using the flight radar app), it left a huge vapour trail across the sky that took ages to disperse, the plane was travelling very fast. I also witnessed something drop from it, a shiny object spinning and falling, i remember watching the object for a very long time until i could no longer make it out, the sky was very bright that day and the object must of been tiny (if i had looked away at any second i wouldn't have been unable to relocate it). I would love to have known what that object was. I remember that day very well as i thought it was very unusual, i have never seen an F-15 fly over where i live before and as far i know I don't live under any military flight path, i live in a very populated area of the UK.
  19. What they don't realise is that some of us with bowel problems can't always eat "plant based foods" - we have to eat a low fibre diet. Are they going to factor that in to their schemes?
  20. Don't forget veganism and vegetarianism will be used to push forward the meat free state.... I have noticed they are pushing more and more the plant based products!
  21. The typeface used on the London Underground, which is very iconic and recognised throughout the world, is one of his, and it's called Joanna Sans - named after one of the daughters that he was abusing.
  22. Indeed, and his stuff is everywhere in the whole of the UK, he created typefaces that are used in loads of signage such as the railways! The BBC logo itself i believe uses one of his fonts!!!!
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