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So is Russia invading Ukraine the same as Russia's shenanigans in the Cold War?

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User Info: The_Weegee

The_Weegee
3 years ago#1
or nha?
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User Info: Goatthief

Goatthief
3 years ago#2
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User Info: Superlnfinity45

Superlnfinity45
3 years ago#3
"invasion" is a bizarre and nonsensical term to use for Russian activities in Ukraine. Russia no more "invaded" Ukraine than the US did.

The word "invade" is so incredibly wrong that it's really takes some headscratching to wonder who the US could possibly be trying to fool, and what they hope to gain by getting that level of individual on board.
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User Info: Kradek

Kradek
3 years ago#4
Superlnfinity45 posted...
"invasion" is a bizarre and nonsensical term to use for Russian activities in Ukraine. Russia no more "invaded" Ukraine than the US did.

The word "invade" is so incredibly wrong that it's really takes some headscratching to wonder who the US could possibly be trying to fool, and what they hope to gain by getting that level of individual on board.



This is perhaps the best example of I've ever seen of trying too hard.
I want to start a fry company called Freedom Fries with a slogan saying "Prepare to have your stomach invaded"

User Info: Atralis

Atralis
3 years ago#5
Kradek posted...
Superlnfinity45 posted...
"invasion" is a bizarre and nonsensical term to use for Russian activities in Ukraine. Russia no more "invaded" Ukraine than the US did.

The word "invade" is so incredibly wrong that it's really takes some headscratching to wonder who the US could possibly be trying to fool, and what they hope to gain by getting that level of individual on board.



This is perhaps the best example of I've ever seen of trying too hard.


He has a point though. In the Cold War the Russians responded to situations like this by sending in hundreds of thousands of troops with tanks to support to crush any attempts to pull away from Moscow.
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User Info: UltimaXOmega

UltimaXOmega
3 years ago#6
Ukraine and Belarus were part of Russia for centuries.
Malorossiya,Novorossiya and Byelorussia.
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User Info: Nitro378

Nitro378
3 years ago#7
...did you just say 'byelolrussia'? How appropriate.
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