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Russia Crime Against Humanity as Tank runs over a Ukrainian Car?

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posted on Mar, 13 2022 @ 05:13 AM
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a reply to: Xtrozero
Have fun supporting your killers: Some more evidence against you and your Ukrainian buds.
Human Rights Watch reported, that Ukrainian government forces and pro-government militias had indiscriminately used unguided Grad rockets in populated areas, which violated international humanitarian law, the laws of war, and constituted war crimes.

While the Ukrainian government officials denied using Grad rockets in Donetsk, a Human Rights Watch investigation on the ground strongly indicated that Ukrainian government forces were responsible for the attacks and earlier in the month, journalist had even filmed Ukrainian forces with Grad rocket launchers on the road to Donetsk.

You think countries are sanctioning Russia? That’s adorable.

The situation with Russia sanctions are likely to be very unimpressive. While several key Western states like the US and the UK have taken a hard line against Russia, many other sizable states have been reluctant to impose similar sanctions.

Germany, for example, has refused to impose sanctions in the near term, noting that Germany—as well as much of Europe—cannot meet its energy needs without first making time-consuming changes in energy policy and industrial output. Several key medium-sized states have shied away from a hard line on sanctions as well. India, for instance, has refused to void a weapons agreement with Russia. Mexico has stated it will not impose sanctions, and Brazil states it is seeking out a neutral position. India is also discussing how to set up a rupee-ruble payment mechanism to enable it to trade with Russia, to circumvent the U.S. sanctions regime.



posted on Mar, 13 2022 @ 12:36 PM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77
a reply to: Xtrozero

The alt right are Ukrainian Government forces moron.

Reuters: The Azov battalion, partially funded by Taruta and Kolomoisky(owner of Burisma), uses the Nazi Wolfsangel symbol as its logo, and many of its members openly espouse neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic views. The battalion members have spoken about “bringing the war to Kiev,” and said that Ukraine needs “a strong dictator to come to power who could shed plenty of blood but unite the nation in the process.”

Newsweek:
Groups of right-wing Ukrainian nationalists are committing war crimes in the rebel-held territories of Eastern Ukraine, according to a report from Amnesty International, as evidence emerged in local media of the volunteer militias beheading their victims.

Armed volunteers who refer to themselves as the Aidar battalion "have been involved in widespread abuses, including abductions, unlawful detention, ill-treatment, theft, extortion, and possible executions", Amnesty said…

The Aidar battalion is publicly backed by Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoyskyi, who also allegedly funds the Azov, Donbas, Dnepr 1, Dnepr 2 volunteer battalions, operating under orders from Kiev.

Before becoming part of Ukraine’s armed forces, who funded Azov? The unit received backing from Ukraine’s interior minister in 2014, as the government had recognised its own military was too weak to fight off the pro-Russian separatists and relied on paramilitary volunteer forces.

These forces were privately funded by oligarchs–the most known being Igor Kolomoisky, an energy magnate billionaire and then-governor of the Dnipropetrovska region.



I'm not talking about Ukraine's alt right, I'm talking about Russia's alt right. It seems you didn't know Russia has a very large and strong alt right force and Russia has been using them to fight with the separatist against Ukraine. I have already talked about Ukraine's alt right that has been fighting, we both agree on that. Their numbers are 5000 to 8000, and the Nazi party in Ukraine accounts for less than 2% of the population of 44 million.

So before you call me a Moron please understand the question I'm asking lol

Look up groups like Russian National Unity, that Putin has used as mercenaries...



posted on Mar, 13 2022 @ 12:44 PM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77
a reply to: Xtrozero
Have fun supporting your killers: Some more evidence against you and your Ukrainian buds.
Human Rights Watch reported, that Ukrainian government forces and pro-government militias had indiscriminately used unguided Grad rockets in populated areas, which violated international humanitarian law, the laws of war, and constituted war crimes.

While the Ukrainian government officials denied using Grad rockets in Donetsk, a Human Rights Watch investigation on the ground strongly indicated that Ukrainian government forces were responsible for the attacks and earlier in the month, journalist had even filmed Ukrainian forces with Grad rocket launchers on the road to Donetsk.


So we have an area of Ukraine that say they are independent, and are willing to fight for it. Less than 10% of the population there is suggesting their land is not Ukraine. What would Russia or any county do if a chunk said we are now independent...lol

The war in those areas would not be a war if Russia didn't back them for 8+ years with everything they needed to include mercenary troops all paid for by Russia. So what Ukraine has done has pretty much been instigated by Russia.



You think countries are sanctioning Russia? That’s adorable.


How's that Ruble looking... Say this again in 6 months, OK?




Germany, for example, has refused to impose sanctions in the near term, noting that Germany—as well as much of Europe—cannot meet its energy needs without first making time-consuming changes in energy policy and industrial output. Several key medium-sized states have shied away from a hard line on sanctions as well. India, for instance, has refused to void a weapons agreement with Russia. Mexico has stated it will not impose sanctions, and Brazil states it is seeking out a neutral position. India is also discussing how to set up a rupee-ruble payment mechanism to enable it to trade with Russia, to circumvent the U.S. sanctions regime.


I agree EU is dependent on Russian oil, until other means come along. Once again lets see how this all plays out...



posted on Mar, 14 2022 @ 06:45 AM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

Do you think it’s a good idea that the US and EU are shipping tons of weapons into Ukraine? Won’t that turn into another Afghanistan? The US policy should be at least where our weapons go we go. Russia doesn’t need advanced weapons especially for free.



posted on Mar, 14 2022 @ 07:26 PM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77


Do you think it’s a good idea that the US and EU are shipping tons of weapons into Ukraine? Won’t that turn into another Afghanistan? The US policy should be at least where our weapons go we go. Russia doesn’t need advanced weapons especially for free.


hopefully they use them on tank etc...lol We have weapons all over the world...



posted on Mar, 14 2022 @ 10:06 PM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

It seems like that might incentivize Russia to not stop since there’s a reward at the end of it. So there’s about 200,000 Ukrainian troops with a few billion dollars worth of weapons against 1.5 million Russian troops who are ranked 2nd in the world in military strength. Where could this go wrong. It guarantees Russia won’t stop until they takeover the country.
That’s not even mentioning all food aid and supplies in the billions. And then sanction Russia so they need all those supplies. Who plans this kind of moronic strategy?
edit on 01-12-2022 by mcsnacks77 because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 31 2022 @ 03:39 AM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77
a reply to: ExiledSpirit777

You probably believe Russia bombed a hospital full of women and children. That’s adorable.
Read up on guerrilla warfare tactics. Top 3 is make your bases in hospitals and schools, coordinate attacks from these buildings and use the area to launch missiles or attack the opposition from it.
And before you say Russia could do the same, these are used in defensive war positioning strategies, Russia is on the Offensive side of the war.


Why yes, I do believe Russia attacked a hospital. Why yes, I have seen the people stretchered out.

edit on 31-3-2022 by ExiledSpirit777 because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 1 2022 @ 01:17 AM
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Then why yes you are gullible.

On March 8, in an interview with Lenta.ru, the son of one of the
employees of the maternity hospital said that "in the last days of
February, people in uniform came to the maternity hospital where
his mother works. The military dispersed the maternity hospital
staff, and set up firing points in the building."
His words are confirmed by footage published by Ukrainian
telegram channels from inside the maternity hospital after the
shelling. Destroyed furniture and broken glass are visible, but there
are no bodies of the dead. If there were women and children inside,
then the cruel footage would certainly have spread all over the
world.
The Azov militants set up their firing positions in schools and
maternity hospitals, as well as on the roofs of residential buildings,
this is recorded in the photo and video.



posted on Apr, 3 2022 @ 10:27 PM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77
a reply to: ExiledSpirit777

Then why yes you are gullible.

On March 8, in an interview with Lenta.ru, the son of one of the
employees of the maternity hospital said that "in the last days of
February, people in uniform came to the maternity hospital where
his mother works. The military dispersed the maternity hospital
staff, and set up firing points in the building."
His words are confirmed by footage published by Ukrainian
telegram channels from inside the maternity hospital after the
shelling. Destroyed furniture and broken glass are visible, but there
are no bodies of the dead. If there were women and children inside,
then the cruel footage would certainly have spread all over the
world.
The Azov militants set up their firing positions in schools and
maternity hospitals, as well as on the roofs of residential buildings,
this is recorded in the photo and video.


A russian website? When they absolutely do zero propaganda? I'd need a reputable source.

Who's gullible?




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