Ukraine - Russia Flare Up

Soldier35

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An episode of the battle in Ukraine with the use of the Bumblebee-M rocket-propelled infantry flamethrower has been published. A platoon of flamethrowers was given the task of suppressing strongholds of the Ukrainian army with fire and providing a path for the advancement of armored vehicles of the Russian troops. Flamethrowers moved as close as possible to the strongholds of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and entered into battle with the Ukrainian army. After that, they retreated to positions to further cover the advance of Russian units in armored vehicles.

 

jetray

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The rocket was made in September 2001, and the forward compartment of the rocket was made in 2004. These missiles began to enter service with the UK in 2005, this is a fire-and-forget missile.
ukraine gets the old stock in all its glory. Instead of throwing decommissioning it ukrainians get to test fire the duds. By the end of the war west will have new stock and ukraine would have lost the battle.
 

BMD

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That's the effect of poverty. It was way worse than today during British rule. Stuff like this is basically what we call "poverty" and "destitution". It means poor people die.

What I am talking about is man-made famine. We don't have man-made famine in Indian anymore. It only existed during British rule.
So how come more people are dying now? How come you are exporting grain while these people die? There isn't even a world war on, or a crop failure, what are you playing at exactly?

If you are net exporters of food and grain while 7,000/day die, how is that not man-made, isn't that why you said the Bengal Famine was man-made during WWII?
 

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ukraine gets the old stock in all its glory. Instead of throwing decommissioning it ukrainians get to test fire the duds. By the end of the war west will have new stock and ukraine would have lost the battle.
The picture is a fake and not a good one, you can see the dent where the watermark has been removed. It is also 4 months old. Saw it on twitter back in Mar/Apr.
 
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So how come more people are dying now? How come you are exporting grain while these people die? There isn't even a world war on, or a crop failure, what are you playing at exactly?

If you are net exporters of food and grain while 7,000/day die, how is that not man-made, isn't that why you said the Bengal Famine was man-made during WWII?

200 years of misrule can't get solved in just a few decades. It requires generations.

Even the deaths happening today still see some British responsibility.
 

BMD

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200 years of misrule can't get solved in just a few decades. It requires generations.

Even the deaths happening today still see some British responsibility.
Oh sure. You keep telling yourself that, 75 years after. :rolleyes: Your problems will never be fixed whilst you allow your government to use that excuse.

Meanwhile:


Most Racist Countries in the World (WaPo and BT results combined)*:​

  1. India
  2. Lebanon
  3. Bahrain
  4. Libya
  5. Egypt
India ranks as the most racist of the countries included in the study. Located in southern Asia, India is the second-most-populous country on Earth, with roughly 1.3 billion people. According to the surveys, the country's residents display considerable intolerance for people with darker skin, whether they are of foreign descent (particularly African) or simply darker-skinned Indians. India has little immigration and few international residents. As a result, most of its people are of Indian descent themselves. This detail is considered to be a major contributing factor to racism in India. When one is unaccustomed to seeing or interacting with people of different races, it is often more difficult to integrate with someone of a different nationality or ethnicity. This notion is borne out in the survey results. Approximately 43.6% of all Indians who took the survey said that they would not be comfortable with neighbors who were of a different culture, ethnicity, or race. 64.3% of Indian participants also reported that they were either discriminated against or had witnessed discrimination unfold in their home country.
 

BMD

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200 years of misrule can't get solved in just a few decades. It requires generations.

Even the deaths happening today still see some British responsibility.
This our fault too? Oh look, your friends are mentioned too.


Top 10 Countries with the Highest Prevalence of Modern Slavery (by total number of slaves) - Global Slavery Index 2018:​

  1. India - 7,989,000
  2. China - 3,864,000
  3. North Korea - 2,640,000
  4. Nigeria - 1,386,000
  5. Iran - 1,289,000
  6. Indonesia - 1,220,000
  7. Congo (Democratic Republic of) - 1,045,000
  8. Russia - 794,000
 

jetray

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This our fault too? Oh look, your friends are mentioned too.

Most of the stuff you post like this one are disingenuous at the best. As I have said earlier most of these reports are self satisfying at the best , they are more less to make themselves look good and others bad.

Large scale slavery as an institution existed and exists in west in different forms(bcos west is a materialistic civilization with lesser human element) . In modern day , west uses refugees as slaves albeit indirectly as cheap labor denying them level playing field to fight for their rights. At the same time they will pass meaningless laws which in no way can be enforced without victim getting threatened & abused further.

A good example of modern slavery is US using illegal immigrants as cheap labor while it supports regimes in their countries which routinely abuse human rights. These immigrants are smuggled and made to do manual labor in horrible conditions. Obviously ppl will defend west has having rules, laws...etc but what they don't talk about is that they themselves are responsible for creating those conditions, environ and benefit from it.


Simpler and straightforward example is US imports from china which obviously use forced prison labor.