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President Putin is 'fighting for his life' and fears he could be killed if Russia suffers further heavy setbacks

 
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U is not functioning. Their power grid is gone. A peace plan was established back in March between U and R but the US and UK said no. G is actually another target besides R. So peace could not be allowed.
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if you live in Paris, London or Washington you should pray that Putin stays in power because Medwedew is going to nuke these cities in that order
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Putin is worried?
LOL
Too bad the U.S. doesn't have a military with a spine.
Maybe don't of our politicians would be scared, to, if the 🇺🇸 started executing politicians
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Russia is going trough their first mobilization. Ukraine already had several rounds. They're running out of soliders, and all the equipment and money in the world won't help them without anyone to send to the front.

Ukraine now has tons of mercs, ISIS and all sorts of dubious groups fighting for them. Reports from the frontlines show that often there is no Ukrainian heard anymore but just a mix of foreign languages.

Russia has had large casualties but also has a much larger population. In a war of attrition, they will inevitably come out victorious. Their production facilities are unaffected, they got power, they got heat. Ukraine is totally dependent on support by the west now.

These are the facts...
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Those are not facts. Those are your fantasies.

I know people that live in russia. They say that the public is not behind this. They are basically begging anyone to join the army.

You can say whatever you want but here we are 9 months later and russia has achieved nothing.
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Controlling about 30% of the land, which accounts for 90% of Ukraines GDP is nothing? They are almost a landlocked country now. The only reason they keep functioning is because of the massive support by the EU/USA. But how long do you think western countries are willing to send billions there on a monthly basis? While their own populations are struggling more and more?
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the "30%" of the land doesn't account for 90% of Ukraine's GDP. because the Russian Army is so incompetent it can only capture cities by destroying them. eg Mariupol is just a pile of rubble now. but at least that rubble pile is "Russia forever".

and Russia isn't "controlling" that land. the Russian Army is running away as soon as they hear even the slightest rumor that the Ukrainian Army is going to attack them! for example, the Russian army did not defend the "Russian city" of Kherson, they just ran away. and they left all their equipment and supplies behind for Ukraine to capture and use against them. the Russian Army is pathetic and incompetent. President Putin should call off the war and pull the Russian Army back to Moscow for re-training!
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Do you think a nation with an increasing debt load, as nations are unloading this nation’s bonds, can continue sending billions monthly to Ukraine? Does your lame brain grasp the concept of a war of attrition? Russia is grinding your asses to a pulp. Your idiot proxies are counterattacking, losing material and mercenaries at an unsustainable level. What you are losing is replaced at a higher cost. US cannot sustain this as the fabric of your country is frayed beyond repair. Are you a shill? Maybe you are just a garden variety boomer dumbass.
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And he was unwell shaking uncontrollably and dying of cancer for how many years now? Fuck off daily fail you lose again. Putin is here to stay. Looking at you Tiger
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Riiiiight

I’m sure this is all going according to plan for russia lol

Russian casualties are massive. Their equipment is a joke. Their soldiers are ineffective.

Their economy is tiny. The world for the most part is United against them.

Soon the people of russia will rise up against putin.


Putin will be dead soon.
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Russia is going trough their first mobilization. Ukraine already had several rounds. They're running out of soliders, and all the equipment and money in the world won't help them without anyone to send to the front.

Ukraine now has tons of mercs, ISIS and all sorts of dubious groups fighting for them. Reports from the frontlines show that often there is no Ukrainian heard anymore but just a mix of foreign languages.

Russia has had large casualties but also has a much larger population. In a war of attrition, they will inevitably come out victorious. Their production facilities are unaffected, they got power, they got heat. Ukraine is totally dependent on support by the west now.

These are the facts...
 Quoting: jab2014


Those are not facts. Those are your fantasies.

I know people that live in russia. They say that the public is not behind this. They are basically begging anyone to join the army.

You can say whatever you want but here we are 9 months later and russia has achieved nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41024320


Controlling about 30% of the land, which accounts for 90% of Ukraines GDP is nothing? They are almost a landlocked country now. The only reason they keep functioning is because of the massive support by the EU/USA. But how long do you think western countries are willing to send billions there on a monthly basis? While their own populations are struggling more and more?
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Where did you get 30%, comrade Ivan?

Before the February invasion, Russia already occupied 7% of Ukraine.

The most they held was in March, when they held 22%

After losing territory with recent Ukrainian counteroffensives, Russia now occupies about 17% of Ukraine, of which they already occupied 7%. So after 9 months and many tens of thousands of lives, they have managed to seize and occupy about 10% of Ukraine.

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Vladimir Putin is 'fighting for his life' and fears he could be killed if Russia suffers further heavy setbacks after the liberation of Kherson, a senior Ukrainian intelligence figure has claimed.

Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky's chief of staff, said the shock capture of the Russian-held territory has dramatically raised fears in the Kremlin that Ukraine will win the war.

He said, according to The Times: '[Putin] is very afraid because there is no forgiveness in Russia for tsars who lose wars.

'He is fighting for his life now. If he loses the war, at least in the minds of the Russians, it means the end. The end of him as a political figure. And possibly in the physical sense.'

Kherson's huge importance to the Kremlin - both because of its link to Russian-annexed Crimea and Ukraine's Odessa port to the west - made it an embarrassing loss to Putin when he ordered his troops to retreat last week.

He added: 'This has forced even people who are very loyal to Putin to doubt that they can win this war.'

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Daily Fail? seriously,,ALL Brit papers are glorified comics..thats not being a Russian Shill just a FACT
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Russia is going trough their first mobilization. Ukraine already had several rounds. They're running out of soliders, and all the equipment and money in the world won't help them without anyone to send to the front.

Ukraine now has tons of mercs, ISIS and all sorts of dubious groups fighting for them. Reports from the frontlines show that often there is no Ukrainian heard anymore but just a mix of foreign languages.

Russia has had large casualties but also has a much larger population. In a war of attrition, they will inevitably come out victorious. Their production facilities are unaffected, they got power, they got heat. Ukraine is totally dependent on support by the west now.

These are the facts...
 Quoting: jab2014


Those are not facts. Those are your fantasies.

I know people that live in russia. They say that the public is not behind this. They are basically begging anyone to join the army.

You can say whatever you want but here we are 9 months later and russia has achieved nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41024320


Controlling about 30% of the land, which accounts for 90% of Ukraines GDP is nothing? They are almost a landlocked country now. The only reason they keep functioning is because of the massive support by the EU/USA. But how long do you think western countries are willing to send billions there on a monthly basis? While their own populations are struggling more and more?
 Quoting: jab2014


Where did you get 30%, comrade Ivan?

Before the February invasion, Russia already occupied 7% of Ukraine.

The most they held was in March, when they held 22%

After losing territory with recent Ukrainian counteroffensives, Russia now occupies about 17% of Ukraine, of which they already occupied 7%. So after 9 months and many tens of thousands of lives, they have managed to seize and occupy about 10% of Ukraine.

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Visualized

Purple is the territory that Russia seized and occupied after they invaded Ukraine in 2014

Red is the territory that they seized in this year's invasion and still occupy.

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And he was unwell shaking uncontrollably and dying of cancer for how many years now? Fuck off daily fail you lose again. Putin is here to stay. Looking at you Tiger
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If Putin is incapacitated there are three men, younger and more disgusted with The West, ready to carry on. There is little Western insight into how much the world has changed. Truly, the nations with commodities and resources are no longer taking orders from the US and IMF.
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Vladimir Putin is 'fighting for his life' and fears he could be killed if Russia suffers further heavy setbacks after the liberation of Kherson, a senior Ukrainian intelligence figure has claimed.

Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky's chief of staff, said the shock capture of the Russian-held territory has dramatically raised fears in the Kremlin that Ukraine will win the war.

He said, according to The Times: '[Putin] is very afraid because there is no forgiveness in Russia for tsars who lose wars.

'He is fighting for his life now. If he loses the war, at least in the minds of the Russians, it means the end. The end of him as a political figure. And possibly in the physical sense.'

Kherson's huge importance to the Kremlin - both because of its link to Russian-annexed Crimea and Ukraine's Odessa port to the west - made it an embarrassing loss to Putin when he ordered his troops to retreat last week.

He added: 'This has forced even people who are very loyal to Putin to doubt that they can win this war.'

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Russia is going trough their first mobilization. Ukraine already had several rounds. They're running out of soliders, and all the equipment and money in the world won't help them without anyone to send to the front.

Ukraine now has tons of mercs, ISIS and all sorts of dubious groups fighting for them. Reports from the frontlines show that often there is no Ukrainian heard anymore but just a mix of foreign languages.

Russia has had large casualties but also has a much larger population. In a war of attrition, they will inevitably come out victorious. Their production facilities are unaffected, they got power, they got heat. Ukraine is totally dependent on support by the west now.

These are the facts...
 Quoting: jab2014


Those are not facts. Those are your fantasies.

I know people that live in russia. They say that the public is not behind this. They are basically begging anyone to join the army.

You can say whatever you want but here we are 9 months later and russia has achieved nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41024320


Controlling about 30% of the land, which accounts for 90% of Ukraines GDP is nothing? They are almost a landlocked country now. The only reason they keep functioning is because of the massive support by the EU/USA. But how long do you think western countries are willing to send billions there on a monthly basis? While their own populations are struggling more and more?
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Where did you get 30%, comrade Ivan?

Before the February invasion, Russia already occupied 7% of Ukraine.

The most they held was in March, when they held 22%

After losing territory with recent Ukrainian counteroffensives, Russia now occupies about 17% of Ukraine, of which they already occupied 7%. So after 9 months and many tens of thousands of lives, they have managed to seize and occupy about 10% of Ukraine.

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How are those bond sales going, Langley? How are those murican air defenses and Space Force holding up? How much more billions of your unaudited funny money are you going to send, to get kicked back? How about those 8 million Ukranian refugees flooding into NATO? They are fleeing a disaster because you idiots cannot stop Russian missles. I thought Russia could not keep it up? You idiot muricans said Russia was running out of missles.
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Vladimir Putin is 'fighting for his life' and fears he could be killed if Russia suffers further heavy setbacks after the liberation of Kherson, a senior Ukrainian intelligence figure has claimed.

Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky's chief of staff, said the shock capture of the Russian-held territory has dramatically raised fears in the Kremlin that Ukraine will win the war.

He said, according to The Times: '[Putin] is very afraid because there is no forgiveness in Russia for tsars who lose wars.

'He is fighting for his life now. If he loses the war, at least in the minds of the Russians, it means the end. The end of him as a political figure. And possibly in the physical sense.'

Kherson's huge importance to the Kremlin - both because of its link to Russian-annexed Crimea and Ukraine's Odessa port to the west - made it an embarrassing loss to Putin when he ordered his troops to retreat last week.

He added: 'This has forced even people who are very loyal to Putin to doubt that they can win this war.'

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The daily mail whin said Russia running out of missiles and the countless times Putin has died or is about to . The rag of a paper is pure garbage
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propoganda
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YES IT IS 100% propoganda
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Vladimir Putin is 'fighting for his life' and fears he could be killed if Russia suffers further heavy setbacks after the liberation of Kherson, a senior Ukrainian intelligence figure has claimed.

Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky's chief of staff, said the shock capture of the Russian-held territory has dramatically raised fears in the Kremlin that Ukraine will win the war.

He said, according to The Times: '[Putin] is very afraid because there is no forgiveness in Russia for tsars who lose wars.

'He is fighting for his life now. If he loses the war, at least in the minds of the Russians, it means the end. The end of him as a political figure. And possibly in the physical sense.'

Kherson's huge importance to the Kremlin - both because of its link to Russian-annexed Crimea and Ukraine's Odessa port to the west - made it an embarrassing loss to Putin when he ordered his troops to retreat last week.

He added: 'This has forced even people who are very loyal to Putin to doubt that they can win this war.'

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The daily mail whin said Russia running out of missiles and the countless times Putin has died or is about to . The rag of a paper is pure garbage
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Uk/USA are garbage. Their ruling elites are unbelievably corrupt and depraved. The population remains complacent and cowed. It is typical as The Western Order has decayed close to collapse.
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Should have thought about that before starting the war!

Bet they are installing a Kremlin window specially for him.
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wow the Russian shills don't like this thread. they must be feeling very sad that when President Putin gets assassinated, they will lose their easy jobs posting kremlin propaganda all over the internet and they will have to go back to working at the turnip farm
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Imaging writing bullshit like this AFTER you spread ukrainian propaganda.

You are fucking hilarious

epiclol
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Why don’t you Go die in a ditch like your “brave” comrades.
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Those are not facts. Those are your fantasies.

I know people that live in russia. They say that the public is not behind this. They are basically begging anyone to join the army.

You can say whatever you want but here we are 9 months later and russia has achieved nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41024320


Controlling about 30% of the land, which accounts for 90% of Ukraines GDP is nothing? They are almost a landlocked country now. The only reason they keep functioning is because of the massive support by the EU/USA. But how long do you think western countries are willing to send billions there on a monthly basis? While their own populations are struggling more and more?
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Where did you get 30%, comrade Ivan?

Before the February invasion, Russia already occupied 7% of Ukraine.

The most they held was in March, when they held 22%

After losing territory with recent Ukrainian counteroffensives, Russia now occupies about 17% of Ukraine, of which they already occupied 7%. So after 9 months and many tens of thousands of lives, they have managed to seize and occupy about 10% of Ukraine.

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How are those bond sales going, Langley? How are those murican air defenses and Space Force holding up? How much more billions of your unaudited funny money are you going to send, to get kicked back? How about those 8 million Ukranian refugees flooding into NATO? They are fleeing a disaster because you idiots cannot stop Russian missles. I thought Russia could not keep it up? You idiot muricans said Russia was running out of missles.
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Even Germany's + other western nations super advanced latest air defence system "IRIS-T" has proven to be a total failure. Videos have emerged of it not being able to stop Kalibr missiles even after direct hits. It's a huge embarrassment and a disaster.
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Controlling about 30% of the land, which accounts for 90% of Ukraines GDP is nothing? They are almost a landlocked country now. The only reason they keep functioning is because of the massive support by the EU/USA. But how long do you think western countries are willing to send billions there on a monthly basis? While their own populations are struggling more and more?
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Where did you get 30%, comrade Ivan?

Before the February invasion, Russia already occupied 7% of Ukraine.

The most they held was in March, when they held 22%

After losing territory with recent Ukrainian counteroffensives, Russia now occupies about 17% of Ukraine, of which they already occupied 7%. So after 9 months and many tens of thousands of lives, they have managed to seize and occupy about 10% of Ukraine.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77777500

How are those bond sales going, Langley? How are those murican air defenses and Space Force holding up? How much more billions of your unaudited funny money are you going to send, to get kicked back? How about those 8 million Ukranian refugees flooding into NATO? They are fleeing a disaster because you idiots cannot stop Russian missles. I thought Russia could not keep it up? You idiot muricans said Russia was running out of missles.
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Even Germany's + other western nations super advanced latest air defence system "IRIS-T" has proven to be a total failure. Videos have emerged of it not being able to stop Kalibr missiles even after direct hits. It's a huge embarrassment and a disaster.
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This country spends trillions on its law enforcement, public education, and military. They are all highly touted by the amerikan tards yet they are all disasters.
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Vladimir Putin is 'fighting for his life' and fears he could be killed if Russia suffers further heavy setbacks after the liberation of Kherson, a senior Ukrainian intelligence figure has claimed.

Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky's chief of staff, said the shock capture of the Russian-held territory has dramatically raised fears in the Kremlin that Ukraine will win the war.

He said, according to The Times: '[Putin] is very afraid because there is no forgiveness in Russia for tsars who lose wars.

'He is fighting for his life now. If he loses the war, at least in the minds of the Russians, it means the end. The end of him as a political figure. And possibly in the physical sense.'

Kherson's huge importance to the Kremlin - both because of its link to Russian-annexed Crimea and Ukraine's Odessa port to the west - made it an embarrassing loss to Putin when he ordered his troops to retreat last week.

He added: 'This has forced even people who are very loyal to Putin to doubt that they can win this war.'

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Hahahaha worra loada propaghandi
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total propganda by Ukraine
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written by elensky himself...
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If living in Russia is so bloody great, then why don't all you treacherous scumbag Putin lovers, pack your little micky mouse bags, and catch the first economy flight to Moscow???!!!!
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Well, we have not seen any mushrooms yet so he’s not trying hard enough!
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wow the Russian shills don't like this thread. they must be feeling very sad that when President Putin gets assassinated, they will lose their easy jobs posting kremlin propaganda all over the internet and they will have to go back to working at the turnip farm
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hesright
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If living in Russia is so bloody great, then why don't all you treacherous scumbag Putin lovers, pack your little micky mouse bags, and catch the first economy flight to Moscow???!!!!
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Sounds like you are running low on bullshit. We be lovin us some Putin the way he torments The West. No better place to be, live and in color here in the USA as it loses its hegemony and gets punked by Vlad.
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