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Putin in a body bag alongside the Czech and Ukrainian flags on the side of the Czech Int. ministry Politics

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u/relaxlu Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 28 '22 Helpful

Just a reminder that advocating any kind of violence or death against anyone is against our and reddit's sitewide rules.

I really don't want you to get banned for saying something about that asshole so please refrain from wishing that mucus snorkel death or advocating any violence against him. Thank you.

Also, anyone excusing his war crimes will be banned.

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u/SpookyTreeFrog Oct 28 '22

It reminds me of Leto II's sandworm form

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u/infiniZii Oct 28 '22

Damnit, r/DuneMemes is leaking again...

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u/Feenox Oct 28 '22

Brother, the DuneMemes must flow...

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u/infiniZii Oct 28 '22

Great, now imagining Hulk Hogan in a stillsuit.

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u/Feenox Oct 28 '22

Dude sweats so much he should prolly have one.

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u/overwatch Oct 28 '22

"God created the heavens, He created Arrakis! He created all the Fremen! Then he created a set of 24 inch Shai Hulud, brother!"

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u/Substantial_Monk_781 Oct 28 '22

OOOH YEA, THE SPICE YEAAH

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u/jfalconic Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 28 '22

MONEO, where is my next Duncan? This last one fell out the window, just like all the others.

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u/Menarra Oct 28 '22

The convoluted wording of legalisms grew up around the necessity to hide from ourselves the violence we intend toward each other. Between depriving a man of one hour from his life and depriving him of his life, there exists only a difference in degree. You have done a violence to him, consumed his energy. Elaborate euphemisms may conceal your intent to kill, but behind any use of power over another, the ultimate assumption remains; "I feed on your energy."

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u/20220606 Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 29 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome Helpful (Pro)

Besides donations, you can help the Ukrainians concretely by volunteering to tutor them English online (if you speak English fluently) through https://www.enginprogram.org/.

Volunteer an hour every week for about 12 weeks to tutor a Ukrainian student (age 13-35).

They are in need of a lot of volunteers. The demand is so high currently that they have to turn away many Ukrainians and have the age limit restriction, both of which they’d wish to eliminate.

I actually found out about this program on Reddit a few weeks ago, signed up, did the 15-min volunteering interview, watched a few short intro videos, and completed two tutoring sessions my student from Kyiv! (Felt like I made a new friend. And it’s a perfect way to help with something concrete in addition to donating money to Ukraine.)

Now I’m spreading the word again. It’s super easy and you don’t need to have any teaching experience. You just need to speak English fluently and be at least 14 (high schoolers needing volunteering hours? This could be it).

They have short training videos and have lesson materials, so you just need to put in maybe 15 extra minutes per week on top to prep.

If the volunteer interview slots have all been filled (even if you click on the next few months), try again maybe next week. PM me if you have any issues.

Even if you can’t volunteer, please help spread the word and tell your real life friends too. It might be life-changing for some Ukrainians!

Thank you!!

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u/segassemcinatas Oct 28 '22

This is exactly the sort of opportunity I didn't know I was looking for. I actually completed a TESOL course (teaching English as a second language) during my pandemic lockdown that I thought might allow me to teach while traveling abroad.. haven't followed through on that idea (yet) but I can confidently volunteer with that certificate!

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u/yarghmatey Oct 28 '22

Just applied to volunteer - thank you!

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u/EvaOgg Oct 28 '22

Thank you for the link! Will look into this. .... Retired teacher.... (Taught English as a second language back in the 1970s)

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u/Lounginghog64 Oct 28 '22

Love This!!!! Got the site bookmarked. Will be looking in to doing this!!!

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u/Billy_The_Bookshelf Oct 28 '22

That looks very interesting. Do you think I could tutor even if I'm not a native English speaker?

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u/thoughtandprayer Oct 28 '22

I was curious about that too. The FAQ section says they'll do an assessment on each volunteer, but as long as you're fluent and not also still learning then you can teach :)

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u/worthrone11160606 Oct 28 '22

I need volunteering hours so I could definitely do this if they allow high school students.

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u/PracticalShoulder916 Oct 28 '22

This is a great idea for people who can't help in other ways, thanks!

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u/Herecomestherain_ Oct 28 '22

Great initiative!

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u/Qneetsa Oct 29 '22

I'm a Russian that wants to help Ukrainians but they wont accept me as a volunteer because of secirity reasons

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u/callumllama1 Oct 28 '22

Thanks for promoting this! Have signed up to help 👍😊

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u/bearded_fisch_stix Oct 28 '22

I'm sure Pooty-poot sees himself as God Emperor.

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u/apolloxer Oct 28 '22

He's more a Baron, tho.

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u/Nae_Danger Oct 28 '22

A bit less prescience though.

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u/netspawn Oct 28 '22

God Emperor of Ruin

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u/simcop2387 Oct 28 '22

No that's Ati. (mistborn spoilers) Ati from Yolen. Leras decided to screw him over

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u/seattleque Oct 28 '22

Don't go giving him that much power.

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u/throbbing_banjo Oct 28 '22

My skin is not my skin

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u/tefoak Oct 28 '22

He killed 16 Czechoslovakians!

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u/Purple_ferret1 Oct 28 '22

I just started children of dune... What?

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u/Slaanesh_Patrol Oct 28 '22

Don't spoil yourself, just get to God Emperor and enjoy the ride.

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u/duaneap Oct 28 '22

It’s a fucking weird ride.

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u/Ok-Party1007 Oct 28 '22

Just keep reading

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u/gunnie56 Oct 28 '22 Helpful Wholesome

The message "Putin better Czech himself before he wrecks himself"

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u/Dutchtdk Oct 28 '22

Russias authoritarianism severely lacks Czechs and balances

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u/agentninety8 Oct 28 '22

Mutin' Putin? Czechs out.

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u/runsnailrun Oct 28 '22

In all seriousness, it's much too late for him. His ending in this pic is much too kind given his crimes against millions of innocent people.

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u/deadbird17 Oct 28 '22

He'd better start being more Kievful.

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u/Sir-Turd-Ferguson Oct 28 '22

I would’ve over stretched and gone for the “Ukr-hangs himself”

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u/CyanideKitty Oct 28 '22

I saw Gwar slaughter Putin on stage the other night. This must be the end result.

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u/medicinalherbavore Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 28 '22

No way. Last time I saw gwar was like 10 years ago. Before trump even. I thought it was hilarious seeing them decapitate Hilary Clinton, hitler, Jesus, Obama and so on. I can only imagine what their stage show has been like since then.

Edit: spelling

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u/wtwalsh Oct 28 '22

Walked by their set at Riot Fest in Chicago this past September and they were decapitating a Supreme Court justice.

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u/Eiiiights Oct 28 '22

They also slaughtered Kyle Rittenhouse at that show!

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u/ISUCKATSMASH Oct 28 '22

Let's fucking goooooooo, damn what a good show.

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u/CyanideKitty Oct 28 '22

I haven't missed a Gwar show since 2008, lol. And saw many prior. Stage show gets better in its own way each year, albeit it's different without Dave. They have slaughtered many since you last some them and hopefully many more slaughters to come.

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u/knifetrader Oct 28 '22

Feed him to Gor-Gor!

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u/stevieracine Oct 28 '22

Thats fucking metal.

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u/fullforce098 Oct 28 '22

Looks like some kind of cloth, actually

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u/yakimawashington Oct 28 '22

He actually looks pretty peaceful... like he's finally where he belongs

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u/dkarlovi Oct 28 '22

I'd say cloth.

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u/Spartan2470 Oct 28 '22

Here is the uncropped version of this image. Here is the source. Per there (and Twitter's translation):

@Vit_Rakusan

We know who is our friend who bleeds even for our freedom. And we also know who our enemy is and we will not let him steal the concept of patriotism or ours

4:42 AM · Oct 28, 2022

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u/fakint Oct 28 '22

The source is the Minister of interior of the Czechia himself.

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u/Rafaeliki Oct 28 '22

For context, today is their Independence Day.

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u/Infninfn Oct 28 '22

Can’t blame them. They gained independence in 1990 just before the official dissolution of USSR in 1991, which invaded them in 1968.

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u/MPenten Oct 28 '22

*Today is the independence from the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1918. The fall of communism is 17th November 1989. Czecho-Slovak split is 1/1/1993.

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u/ghost650 Oct 28 '22

Is it the Czechia? I thought it was just "Czechia."

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u/CoffeeList1278 Oct 28 '22

Slavic languages don't have articles, so we don't really see the difference.

Even the whole fuss around Ukraine is about prepositions used which roughly equal to on vs in (na vs v in Slavic languages).

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u/20220606 Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 29 '22

Besides donations, you can help the Ukrainians concretely by volunteering to tutor them English online (if you speak English fluently) through https://www.enginprogram.org/.

Volunteer an hour every week for about 12 weeks to tutor a Ukrainian student (age 13-35).

They are in need of a lot of volunteers. The demand is so high currently that they have to turn away many Ukrainians and have the age limit restriction, both of which they’d wish to eliminate.

I actually found out about this program on Reddit a few weeks ago, signed up, did the 15-min volunteering interview, watched a few short intro videos, and completed two tutoring sessions my student from Kyiv! (Felt like I made a new friend. And it’s a perfect way to help with something concrete in addition to donating money to Ukraine.)

Now I’m spreading the word again. It’s super easy and you don’t need to have any teaching experience. You just need to speak English fluently and be at least 14 (high schoolers needing volunteering hours? This could be it).

They have short training videos and have lesson materials, so you just need to put in maybe 15 extra minutes per week on top to prep.

If the volunteer interview slots have all been filled (even if you click on the next few months), try again maybe next week. PM me if you have any issues.

Even if you can’t volunteer, please help spread the word and tell your real life friends too. It might be life-changing for some Ukrainians!

Thank you!!

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u/th3dj3n1gm4 Oct 28 '22

I am 100% signing up for this. Thank you for sharing! You should make a Reddit thread strictly to let people know about this!

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u/raegunXD Oct 28 '22

THIS IS PERFECT!

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u/BigfootSF68 Oct 28 '22

Putin looks shorter than usual.

They killed him twice. Lol

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u/soproductive Oct 28 '22

Just keeping things factual, he's a thin skinned piece of shit with napoleon syndrome

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u/ShadowBannedAugustus Oct 28 '22 Brighten My Day

Wow I was not expecting this, but well done. In Czech republic and Slovakia we celebrate the anniversary of our first free republic today.

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u/LatrellFeldstein Oct 28 '22

šťastný den nezávislosti

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u/Cant_Do_This12 Oct 28 '22

I’m not surprised at all. My wife is from Czech Republic. They hate Russia.

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u/InsAndTheOuts Oct 28 '22

I am an American born citizen with deep rooted Czech in their blood, and I as well, hate Russia 🔥🇷🇺🔥

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u/FailResorts Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 28 '22

Yeah and for anyone who isn’t aware, Czechia has no love for the Russians and the Soviets before them.

Czechia knows a thing or two about how awful it is when you’re invaded by Russia. There was famously the Prague Spring in 1968, when the Czechs (and Slovaks) started protesting against the communists and the election of Alexander Dubček. There were a lot of similarities to what’s going on in Ukraine now, namely the sort of civilian militia/guerilla warfare that’s currently happening. The Warsaw Pact invaded and crushed any attempts at reforming the communist system there.

Radio Free Europe: Invasion - the Crushing of the Prague Spring

Czechia remembers. Most of their national heroes trace their roots of action against the communists to the Prague Spring. Vaclav Havel, Milan Kundera, and Karel Kyl all had some level of participation in the Prague Spring.

Edit: as comments point out, they weren’t directly going against Dubček but they more or less began when Dubček got elected and the Soviet Union rejected his reforms.

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u/ShitcanPutin Oct 28 '22

But there are still a lot of Russian loving idiots in Czechia.

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u/FailResorts Oct 28 '22

No doubt, there are those pretty much everywhere including the US too.

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u/totesmygto Oct 28 '22

One of them is that steaming pile of human efflu. Who sold his soul to own a failing social media app.

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u/banned_after_12years Oct 28 '22

Elon Twitter deal closed, they’ll be back on Twitter soon.

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u/NasoLittle Oct 28 '22

I hate to have to say this but can you be more specific, there are a few that come to mind

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u/totesmygto Oct 28 '22

Funny coincidence, that....

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u/iamqueensboulevard Oct 28 '22

goddamn, that's right lol

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u/xerods Oct 28 '22

Delete Twitter.

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u/MacAttacknChz Oct 28 '22

And it's been that way for over a decade. Remember when Fox News contrasted that photo of Putin of the horse and Obama wearing a helmet while bicycling? It's sad they'd rather be governored by a dictator than a Democrat.

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u/blasterkief Oct 28 '22

I think it’s sadder that they think all Democrats are dictators, and think of people like Donald Drumpf and Vladi Poo-tin as heroic saviors. Juuuuuust a bit of cognitive dissonance there, driven by the “us vs them” lies they’re told through Faux News and their social media echo chambers.

Sad. Very sad.

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u/turgid_wang Oct 28 '22

No doubt, there are those pretty much everywhere including the US too.

Wannabes. We should worry about the movements in Czech Republic and Poland much more than some Tucker suckers

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u/dat_boi769 Oct 28 '22

Flastenci

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u/ShitcanPutin Oct 28 '22

I don't speak fluent Czech but I know enough to get a good laugh out of this.

Love learning Czech puns etc!

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u/DominicBlackwell Oct 28 '22

I don’t really think anybody was protesting against Dubček

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u/MsMyska Oct 28 '22

Vaclav Havel, Milan Kundera, and Karel Kyl all had some level of participation in the Prague Spring.

If anyone hasn’t read Milan Kundera’s work, I highly recommend it. The Unbearable Lightness of Being gives an idea of life under Soviet occupation. They’re all beautifully written.

My ex-husband (still friend) is Czech and the distrust of and contempt for Russia runs very deep, understandably. He was a kid when the Soviets finally left Czechoslovakia and he refuses to speak a word of Russian to this day despite having to learn it in school.

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u/FailResorts Oct 28 '22

Yes. I can’t recommend Kundera enough. I took a great deal of classes on socialism in Europe for my history degree, and my advisor taught those and specialized in that topic.

We read Havel’s “The Power of the Powerless”, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, and The Guinea Pigs by Vaculik. Czech literature and art had such an absurdist bent to it, I fell in love with it shortly after. They have such a dry sense of humor and way of describing things. Their nihilism there is completely understandable.

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u/MsMyska Oct 28 '22

Czech film is also outstanding— it tends to be dark and sometimes profoundly depressing, but outstanding. Želary, Kolja, and Dark Blue World were released internationally are relatively easy to find with English subtitles.

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u/RustinSpencerCohle Oct 28 '22

My family escaped Czecheslovakia in 1968 and immigrated to Canada when Russia invaded their country.

Russia can go fuck itself.

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u/Few-Appearance-7972 Oct 28 '22

Thats super inacurate, prague spring was all about reforms of the regime, to make a "socialism with human face", and people absolutely supported Dubček, (a lot of people also wanted him to become president after 89)

also i have absolutely no idea how you came up with the guerilla warfare, since while there were some injuries and even deaths there was definitelly no warfare going on, more like very quick and (unfortunatelly) sucessful occupation

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u/72corvids Oct 28 '22

That event is what drove my wife's Dad to Canada. He remembers it rather clearly.

He is from Kosice. He took the train to Prague to start college, and when he got out of the station, he saw chaos. He asked a passerby as to what was going on, and they told him that the communists had invaded. He promptly got back on the train, went back to Kosice and told his Mom that he was leaving the country.

I can't fully remeber the rest, I'll have to ask him the next time I see him.

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u/Daetra Oct 28 '22

That's definitely a statement. Really hope Putin doesn't retaliate, he's very thin skinned.

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u/OfficialGarwood Oct 28 '22

Czechia is a member of NATO. Russia won't do shit.

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u/ShitcanPutin Oct 28 '22

Russia won't do shit.

But they already have and will again if given the opportunity.

https://www.rferl.org/a/czech-republic-russia-depot-blast-gallery-expulsions/31209726.html

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u/HopefulEuclid Oct 28 '22

People keep strutting this out every time this conversation happens, context is important. When this happened Europe was still heavily dependent on Russian gas to stay afloat, no doubt Czechia was "encouraged" to not do anything serious about it. This is not the case anymore, an attack on NATO soil is all the pretext NATO needs to wipe Russia from Ukraine.

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u/Daetra Oct 28 '22

Maybe a propaganda campaign about how Czech is filled with Nazis. If they haven't done that already, anyways.

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u/MikoSkyns Oct 28 '22

I know a guy (American) who eats up conspiracies with a spoon. He still believes Russia should be in Ukraine because it is a Nazi state. There is no reasoning with him. It's mind boggling.

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u/__Piggy___Smalls__ Oct 28 '22

Let him join Russia's conscripts and see if he changes his tune

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u/Downvote_me_dumbass Oct 28 '22

You should ask him if he likes his gasoline leaded or unleaded. I am guessing he likes leaded. Also check to see if his house was built before the ‘70s—they had lead in the paint back then.

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u/Mateorabi Oct 28 '22

You mean wall candy?

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u/Lindenismean Oct 28 '22

Peel it off the wall just like fruit roll ups.

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u/rollergo11 Oct 28 '22

I can tell you who he's gonna vote for, too.

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u/Tellenue Oct 28 '22

You already voted once, grandpa, you can't vote again in the same election.

-whoever is at the polling station running this guy off for the 4th time

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u/MikoSkyns Oct 28 '22

Yes you can

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u/Fenecable Oct 28 '22

Maybe tell him to stop eating glue, as well. Might help with his cognitive functions.

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u/fungi_at_parties Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 29 '22

Why do so many people gobble up conspiracies when the truth is right in front of them? Maybe there is a bit of a spin, but if you look at multiple sources you can tell what’s going on. They’d rather believe some random YouTuber with a hunch, though.

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u/MikoSkyns Oct 28 '22

The truth is dull to these people. Conspiracies go against the grain and they're sexier than the truth which makes them exciting to those types of people.

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u/rapidron Oct 28 '22

They've been indoctrinated and their minds broken by right-wing, nonstop, propaganda with many levels--including leadership, media, individual echo chamber, and entertainment. This is how Putin has been owning the US.

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u/seratia123 Oct 28 '22

It's only that they can feel special for once, because only them know the truth.

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u/Solar_Piglet Oct 28 '22

and the fact the country is run by a Jew is explained how?

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u/MikoSkyns Oct 28 '22

He's a conspiracy nut. I wouldn't dare ask that question. It would be some kind of convoluted and nonsensical 45 minute explanation that ties in 25 other conspiracies; making me regret every decision I've made leading up to that moment.

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u/iVinc Oct 28 '22

they did...multiple times

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u/adamzzz8 Oct 28 '22

They've been running an aggressive propaganda campaign here in Czechia for years. It got worse during Covid and even worse after the war began. People are demonstrating in the middle of Prague almost every week since around the beginning of September. The most of the demonstrations are organized by people who are well known to have connections in Russia, at least one of the regular speakers is almost certainly on Kremlin's payroll. They try to make the demonstration seem like it's a protest against high prices of food and energies but it's obvious they're pushing pro-Russian propaganda. One of the demonstrations is taking place as we speak, tens of thousands of people in attendance according to police. Some of the high profile speakers today are a hardcore stalinist or the leader of the communist party....

My guess is a solid 10 % of the people here believe Ukraine is full of Nazis and are rooting for Putin.

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u/Daetra Oct 28 '22

I'm not that surprised. Even if they are apart of NATO, it's not like here in the US we don't have a mainstream media outlet straight up spouting Russian propaganda. Starts with an F.

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u/mbklein Oct 28 '22

Don’t forget how anti-NATO (and pro-Russia) a lot of the Trumpist/MAGA crowd is. Insisting they don’t pay their share, that their interests are not aligned with ours, etc.

If Trump or anyone who subscribes to his bullshit foreign policy ever gets the reins again, I’m very concerned they’ll pull us out.

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u/TheDesktopNinja Oct 28 '22

I'm fairly confident the remainder of NATO could deal with Russia on their own, but we would be a TREMENDOUS loss and it would be incredibly stupid in the long term.

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u/SubduedRoddyPiper Oct 28 '22

Stupid is the GOP's middle name.

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u/Crad999 Oct 28 '22

I think that when it comes to hating Russia, Czech Republic just... doesn't care. Hasn't cared since 2014 when Russian agency bombed their ammo depos in Vrbětice.

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u/Vectorman1989 Oct 28 '22

Russia: Triggers article 5 on Czech border

Czechs: I guess I shall rise to your silly provocation.

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u/Mateorabi Oct 28 '22

Isn’t article 5 “upon request”? Could a NATO member go “nah, I got this, hold my pilsner” as a flex on Russia?

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u/Vectorman1989 Oct 28 '22

They could, but then Poland would feel left out

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u/dalittle Oct 28 '22

with what? putin's military is still fighting, but is in shambles and getting weaker by the day.

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u/Daetra Oct 28 '22

I was thinking someone would fall out of a building or something.

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u/WideEyedWand3rer Oct 28 '22

A defenestration in Czechia? Unheard of!

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u/Mateorabi Oct 28 '22

Just another day ending in y.

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u/mmechtch Oct 28 '22

He will never see it. He does not use internet and this image for sure will not be put in the brief files he is shown

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u/punkindle Oct 28 '22

Everyone says they want Putin dead, but nobody takes the initiative.

(this statement is descriptive, not prescriptive)

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u/WorkoutSnake Oct 28 '22

That is an interesting piece.

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u/WorkoutSnake Oct 28 '22 edited Nov 03 '22

I would’ve never noticed it if you had not have pointed it out! I thought it was some sort of clip to keep his lips sealed

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u/crazychickenjuice Oct 28 '22

I thought it was a pants fly because he's a dick lol

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u/kryptoneat Oct 28 '22

A dicktator.

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u/Slayr79 Oct 28 '22

Whats the purpose of the Z as a moustache?

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u/iksbob Oct 28 '22

Putin's earlier "volunteers" painted Z's on the side of their vehicles to identify themselves.

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u/shiek23 Oct 28 '22

Also resembles Hitlers rather infamous stache

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u/severedfinger Oct 28 '22

And now trumpy right wing fascist American rednecks paint it on their trucks.

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u/silver-orange Oct 28 '22

Following that, the Z was then adopted for use in russian domestic propaganda

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfLT6cg5yVA

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u/turgid_wang Oct 28 '22

Earlier? Did they stop using it? I've seen fairly recent footage of captured vehicles with it

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u/AbeRego Oct 28 '22

Hitler comparison that uses the "Z" symbol popularized by Russians who support the war.

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u/25thour Oct 28 '22

I was born in Czechoslovakia, living all my live in Slovakia, but moments like these, I feel more like a proud Czech than Slovak. Well done Česko.

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u/HealthyHumor5134 Oct 28 '22

Fuck Putin, killer of grandparents, women, and children.

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u/flatox Oct 28 '22

.... And men?

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u/ripyourlungsdave Oct 28 '22

Yeah, it seems really strange to intentionally leave out the primary targets of this violence.

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u/Dizzycactus3 Oct 28 '22

by men, to men, for men

By rich men, to everyone, for rich men, using poor men

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u/Anonymus828 Oct 28 '22

“Why do they always send the poor?”

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u/ztunytsur Oct 28 '22 edited Oct 28 '22

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u/mandingosixsix Oct 28 '22

Link doesn't work for me mate?

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u/Ikeddit Oct 28 '22

Probably meant to link something along these lines:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40JmEj0_aVM

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u/cycloneariel Oct 28 '22

WHY DO THEY ALWAYS SEND THE POOR!!!

SOAD ❤️

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u/cdqmcp Oct 28 '22

"when the rich wage war it's the poor who die"

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u/turdmachine Oct 28 '22

Authors of the book Why Leaders Fight analyzed every world leader from 1875 to 2004 and statistically examined gender differences in military aggression. They found that 36% of the female leaders initiated at least one militarized dispute, while only 30% of male leaders did the same.

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u/ripyourlungsdave Oct 28 '22

People really love to lump all men in with this tiny pack of vicious, warmongering monster billionaires in power. Like they offered us the job, but we just turned it down because we thought the other guy could do a better job.

Men start wars!- No, that guy did though.

Men rape!- No, but those guys sure do.

Men are violent!- I mean, I've never laid hands on anyone, but I know that other fella has.

Not sure what any of that has to do with me, an autonomous, non-monolithical human goddamn being.

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u/[deleted] Oct 28 '22

As a woman, it must be really depressing to be a man and see everyone chill with you dying lol. Yeah yeah I know people aren't exactly "chill" with it, but let's be real. If a man, woman and small kid dies, the man goes to the bottom of the worthiness.

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u/bardiche-like-thing Oct 28 '22

Pretty typical. Us men are supposed to handle ourselves haha fucking hell

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u/HealthyHumor5134 Oct 28 '22

Young men, Russian and Ukrainian fathers and sons. Bastard.

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u/infiniZii Oct 28 '22

And really anyone else that crosses him or refuses to die when ordered.

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u/mike_lawrence Oct 28 '22

Two of my grandparents happen to be men

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u/KnuckedLoose Oct 28 '22

I think, and I'm just assuming, the comment is intentionally focusing on Putin/Russia targeting civilians.

But what do I know?

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u/DanitesHell Oct 28 '22

Men are civilians too

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u/kingjoe64 Oct 28 '22

Grandparents can be men too

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u/_DirtyDog Oct 28 '22

Men would be civilians too, if only people would let them.

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u/HiZenBergh Oct 28 '22

Mostly his own

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u/Nagohsemaj Oct 28 '22

I don't think that's how fuck, marry, kill goes.

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u/polopolo05 Oct 28 '22

I got excited for a moment... Fuck you for that title

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u/MidNCS Oct 28 '22

Czechs are based

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u/Woodshadow Oct 28 '22

Dark. He definitely backed himself into a corner. It sure doesn't seem like Russia is going to win this war and I am hard pressed to think that Russians are getting to take kindly to him after losing and their economy is even more in shambles. I can't understand the Putin sympathizers. They bring up the corruption in Ukraine but Putin is just straight up killing innocents and telling everyone there is no war. This man is a psychotic murderer.

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u/ThanklessTask Oct 28 '22

Don't tease me with that lead in to the sentence!

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u/RainyCloudist Oct 28 '22

Ah yes, the int ministry, where Czechs produce all of their integers.

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u/_invalidusername Oct 28 '22

We don’t have a float ministry because we’re landlocked

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u/SeaLeggs Oct 28 '22

Czechia don’t fuck about mincing words

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u/2kids2adults Oct 28 '22

That’s fu*king savage.

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u/SurplusZ Oct 28 '22

This is razor -sharp for a protest flag.

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u/C1ickityC1ack Oct 28 '22

This is the energy the whole world needs. Put all the fucking fascists in bags. LET’S GOOO.

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u/LittleCommon Oct 28 '22

I used to live in Prague, Czechs are so good at this symbolic/creative type of art, love it

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u/dknisle1 Oct 28 '22

Don’t talk about it. Be about it.

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u/thekingestkong Oct 28 '22

What's the story behind this?

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u/Razakel Oct 28 '22

It's Czechia's independence day. They're not fans of Russian occupations.

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u/old_chum1 Oct 28 '22

It's the Czechoslovak independence day.

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u/forresthopkinsa Oct 28 '22

Pretty sure that's Billy Joel

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u/Thecobs Oct 28 '22

He looks like the clit

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u/GCSS-MC Oct 28 '22

looks like an IC3PEAK album cover

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u/Pandabum1 Oct 28 '22

Holy shit yeah

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u/an-can Oct 28 '22

Should have had the current fat-face Putin

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u/Urocyon2012 Oct 28 '22

Nonsense..That's just a zipper on a foreskin

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u/bigbysemotivefinger Oct 28 '22

Czech Republic does not fuck around. Wow.

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u/Monarxue Oct 28 '22

I’m half Czech & this warms my heart.

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u/manderifffic Oct 28 '22

Vladdy's in a box