Civil war in Ukraine

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Did Putin round up and gassed or tossed out of Russia these Muslims since 2012? If he did not, them these Muslims have already produced more Muslims, most likely at a higher birth rate than Christian Russians, since 2012! :scared2: :scared2: :scared2:
 

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He does not manage any region. After the citizenship of Ukraine was returned to him, sit quietly and run some kind of foundation.

The civilian component is as important as the military one. Most of the country does not feel the hardships of the war.
We have no interruptions in anything. Roads are being built, bridges are being repaired. The rolling stock is being renewed.
Ukraine is one of the leaders in Europe in terms of the pace of urban transport renewal. Even the front-line Mariupol is among the first.

The economy has not been translated into martial law. That is why the pace of updating military equipment is so slow.
You count dry numbers. I have already answered you that we have no task to attack Russia, but it will be difficult for the enemy to cope with the Ukrainian army. Putin is not yet ready for mass casualties of Russian citizens.

The civilian component is as important as the military one. Most of the country does not feel the hardships of the war.
We have no interruptions in anything. Roads are being built, bridges are being repaired. The rolling stock is being renewed.
Ukraine is one of the leaders in Europe in terms of the pace of urban transport renewal. Even the front-line Mariupol is among the first.
no. they mean nothing in a war scenario. the economy will collapse fast in any war. and it is applicable to any nation. that's because they are no returns to the weapon investments you make. its just one way consumption of resources.

you mind is living in some rainbow paradise. it will collapse. much sooner if necessary steps are not taken.
 

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no. they mean nothing in a war scenario. the economy will collapse fast in any war. and it is applicable to any nation. that's because they are no returns to the weapon investments you make. its just one way consumption of resources.

you mind is living in some rainbow paradise. it will collapse. much sooner if necessary steps are not taken.
When the economy goes "on a war footing" there is always a fall in the civilian sector of the economy. In any country.
 

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so you finally accepted it.
I have never denied this, but only said that Ukraine has enough strength and resources to repel the full-scale aggression of the Russian army. But at this time, the resources that are directed to defense are 5% of GDP. "War economy" is 45-55% of GDP.
 

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I have never denied this, but only said that Ukraine has enough strength and resources to repel the full-scale aggression of the Russian army. But at this time, the resources that are directed to defense are 5% of GDP. "War economy" is 45-55% of GDP.
I have never denied this, but only said that Ukraine has enough strength and resources to repel the full-scale aggression of the Russian army
because you guys have cars for taxis and not rickshaws. that was your argument wasn't it.:dude:
 

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because you guys have cars for taxis and not rickshaws. that was your argument wasn't it.:dude:
You did not understand correctly. :)
Our country is not much different from other European countries, despite the difference in economies.
 

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Lots of Muslims migrating to Russia....


And they become more religious once in Russia...


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Putin has put forward territorial claims to Ukraine. Not officially yet, but last time, after such a statement, an unannounced war broke out between Russia and Ukraine.
 

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That's probably because of the Eastern Orthodox influence and Sovietization of Muslims in the former USSR countries. These people by an overwhelming majority are 'culturally' Muslim. Just visit any of the USSR Stans and see it for yourself; Music, alcoholic drinks, horse meat, dating, etc. are a daily part of their lives. Heck, you would be able to have a reasonably good romp in Central Asia if you play your cards well.

They don't live like Arabs. That's what drives the majority favourable perception of muslims in Ukraine and Russia.

Those in the Kavkaz (Caucasus) region such as Dagestan, Chechnya, Ingushetia, etc. are heavily influenced by Salafi teachings and therefore are seen as 'Arab wannabes' - much like how we see the entire muslim population here in the country and their identity crisis.

However, most Russians are happy with them as long as they remain under Slavic control. Any attempts to break away changes their image overnight. So Russians and Ukrainians are pragmatic about dealing with the cult. Much like the Chinese, albeit a lot less forceful than the CCP.
 

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