The War in Ukraine

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Pranksters call the son of Putin's spokesperson, telling him that he must report immediately to the commissary to go to war :D

He says " You must understand, if you know I am Mr. Peskov, how entirely wrong it is for me to be there. I will decide this on a different level.”

 

 

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More on this asshole. Nicolai Peskov not only uses his father position to avoid going to war, but in the past he had many criminal offenses, including beating his 71 years old grandmother!

https://web.archive.org/web/20161120072608/www.rospres.com/dossier/19933/

 

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Assault case mysteriously disappears
Recently, a draft law was submitted to the State Duma, removing from the Criminal Code an article on beatings against close relatives. Psychologists and lawyers are convinced that this essentially legalizes domestic violence, but supporters of the bill believe that relatives can abuse this article in conflicts with each other. How ambiguous such situations are, the editors consider on the example of the son of Dmitry Peskov, Nikolai, against whom, judging by the Book of Records of Committed Crimes (KUSP), a criminal case was initiated for beating his own grandmother. As part of the study of this case, we found out other circumstances in the life of Peskov's son, who works on the RT television channel and flies on a business jet: for example, how he did not pay alimony to his wife and testified in court against his mother shortly before her death.

Recently, a loud scandal erupted in the metropolitan police: during an inspection of the Books of Records of Committed Crimes (CUSP) at the Moscow Department of Internal Affairs, prosecutors discovered a criminal case had been opened on the fact of beating by the son of Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, Nikolai Choles, to his own grandmother, Inese Budyonna ( who was the daughter-in-law of the prominent Bolshevik Semyon Budyonny).

According to the operational report of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Dorogomilovo district of Moscow, the beating of a 71-year-old pensioner took place two years ago in her own apartment at number 7 on Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya Street: N.D. born 1990 on the basis of personal hostile relations, inflicted on Budyonny I.S. born 1943 blows to the head, face and body, causing bodily injury and physical pain.”

 

Bear in mind, even fucking Stalin had his son on the frontline and after his son was captured by the germans, he did not accept a prisioner exchange swap for his son!

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From the BBC...

In a rare address to the nation earlier this week, Mr Putin said his country had "various weapons of destruction" and would "use all the means available to us", adding: "I'm not bluffing".

"When people say it is not a bluff, you have to take them seriously," Mr Borrell said.

In the same speech President Putin announced the call-up of 300,000 Russians who have done compulsory military service, sparking protests and reports of people fleeing the country to avoid being sent to the front line.

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On 26/02/2022, 05:09:18, jeba said:

That's why the Ukraine should capitulate better now than in a few days rather than fight a fight they can´t win. Supplying arms would be wrong in my view...

That didn't age well.

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