Nations must defend themselves against privateers and tyrants who can always find an excuse for their tyranny as they attempt to tear nations apart using political lies, fraud and brute force."The British Army has never helped weak nations." was this tongue in cheek??
lets not forget... 'England' assisted Greek independence from Turkey in the 1820s, and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) against the Russians in 1854 Crimean War... Kuwait Gulf War 1, Bosnia Herzegovina and Kossovo and lets not forget that GB entered the First World War after Germany invaded Belgium a neutral country then whose neutrality had been guaranted by treaty after 1815... Napoleonic Wars... Germany complaining the British went to war over "a Scrap of paper"... show what they though of international treaties back then...
neutrailty is no guarantee of safety unless like Switzwerland and Austria you are surrounded by NATO countries
Let's be honest. I don't believe that the West is perfect. In fact russian propaganda always includes this statement: look what the West did there... Can't we do the same here?Look what has happened in oil countries of Near East and in many other places.
Must be time for a hasty logo change, or perhaps a serious review of the alphabet.I do hope they’re not intending on exporting these to Ukraine, a close look at the brr we lows is enough to put any off.
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I'm more impressed by the price of that deviceI do hope they’re not intending on exporting these to Ukraine, a close look at the back is enough to put any off.
Thanks.Glad to see Podilia is still able to join us.
I really hope they don't turn on Moldova ... it's a small and very poor country, what little army they have has no weapons that could be used against Russia - and it would be a very easy target for Putins expansionist plans.Thanks.
Last week they tried to destroy the supply chains so fired at railway stations. I heard two blasts in the morning of the second day of Easter. Unfortunately they damaged some facilities, several people were killed and more injured in my town.
Since then all the missile systems seemed to be aimed to the east and south. Now it's only the matter of time - who will collect more power. They try to crush our defence there, mostly unsuccessfully. Another interesting region is Transnistria - it's an occupied part of Moldova. They want to join it with already occupied southern regions of Ukraine. This war can spread into Moldova which has no military forces. 9th of May is a sacred date, let's see what kind of victory they're going to show. I'm sure they can create a TV show or something like this.
Tito had a talent to be between the Soviet regime and the West and use them both for his benefits. Now Serbia is dissapointing. The war may spread not only in Moldova, but in Bosnia again. I don't understand why Serbia believes that Russia is their best friend and even "brother nation". Sure some Serbian local leaders play their harmful game getting money from Russia. Ukraine didn't recognize Kosovo but it din't help to improve the relations between two nations. Anyway Balkans always respect winners.The situation takes me back to August 1968 .. A friend, his nephew, my younger brother and I had driven overland to Yugoslavia for a camping holiday .. Yugoslavia was still intact and under the control of General Tito - a soft communist.
Moldova has really good wines. I think Romania could help - in fact this is one nation with common language. I also have heard that now an American detachment is near the border in Romania. It's also expected that putin can announce a military mobilisation in Russia in May 9th. Almost entire russian forces are in Ukraine now.I really hope they don't turn on Moldova ... it's a small and very poor country, what little army they have has no weapons that could be used against Russia - and it would be a very easy target for Putins expansionist plans.
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