How will the Ukraine war end?

How will the Ukraine war end?

  • Rebels win,Eastern Ukraine goes independent

    Votes: 150 40.0%
  • Putin invades Kiev, NATO doesn't move

    Votes: 118 31.5%
  • Putin invades Kiev, NATO fights Russia

    Votes: 27 7.2%
  • Rebels lose, Ukraine stays united

    Votes: 80 21.3%

  • Total voters
    375
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Ok again
 
One of those responses took 20 seconds, including starting & stopping a timer
The other took over a minute, including starting and stopping (from zero)
 

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That they could be quoted back much more easily than going back, screenshooting, cropping, saving & attaching

Interesting on the basis that its either not a lot of effort to place a quote, or that the account holder maintains a file of screenshots ready to refer back to

(Edited for the missing ‘not’)
How would you search a file of screen shots for the text you wanted?
 
If you are using Firefox, there is a screenshot feature built in that lets you select the area of the web page you want to screen shot and save it to disk. It's pretty good at automatically guessing likely areas that you want to select so often all you have to do is select "screenshot" and "save".
 
What are the main news in Ukrainian mass media?

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- Former president Poroshenko is not allowed (for the 2d time) to leave Ukraine due to criminal case against him (treason).
- The West forces Ukraine to agree to the peace agreement (on Russian terms).
and
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Efrosinina and Polyakova complained about the lack of sex: “There has never been such a break”
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Masha Efrosinina - popular TV host.
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To the left ... no doubt you know him.
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Olya Polyakova - popular pop singer. In the center ... no doubt you know him.
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One of those responses took 20 seconds, including starting & stopping a timer
The other took over a minute, including starting and stopping (from zero)
Well, proof positive of a conspiracy!

If someone is prepared to spend over a minute doing something, they must be on the Kremlin payroll. No question about it.

Gad, Holmes, I've no idea how you do it.
 
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Former president Poroshenko is not allowed (for the 2d time) to leave Ukraine due to criminal case against him (treason).
Former President Poroshenko who was in the chair when Ukrainian troops fired on (ethnic Russian) civilians in Mariupol, Sumy, etc. is on trial for treason rather than the charges levied against Yanukovych for being in the chair when Ukrainian troops fired on (ethnic Ukrainian) civilians in Kyiv?

Well, priorities, after all...
 

Snowy.

On ROPS
On ROPs
Pearson Sharp dropping Truth bombs!....

 
Or you could just use the search function already built into ARRSE and take a screenshot of whatever you want as and when you need it like everyone else would.
The ‘everyone else’ that I’ve seen on Arrse who opted to use images rather than quotes or links was 118, KGB seems to have adopted the method quite recently (unless I have not noticed them)
 
Putins Nazis ….




Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014 because of the future support from NATO which followed Russias invasion ?
NATO has been supporting Ukraine since the early 90s, an arrangement formalised in 1997 under the 'Charter on a Distinctive Partnership between NATO and Ukraine.' It includes military aid, interoperability, arms exports and the implicit weaning away from a pro-Russian stance.

I don't think it would take a human rights lawyer too much effort to argue that Ukraine's imposition of Ukrainian as the sole language in education shat comprehensively on Article II.2 and the respect for the rights of minorities. Denying a minority the right to their own language has been classified as genocide in other theatres.
 
NATO has been supporting Ukraine since the early 90s, an arrangement formalised in 1997 under the 'Charter on a Distinctive Partnership between NATO and Ukraine.' It includes military aid, interoperability, arms exports and the implicit weaning away from a pro-Russian stance.

However the ‘truth’ spoken in the video was :

But you don’t have to be a propagandist to understand this, Russia is only in this war because NATO deployed massive amounts of advanced weapons and war machines right on Russias doorstep

what was Russia supposed to do, what would any county do?


What ‘massive amounts of advanced weapons and war machines’ had NATO deployed in Ukraine prior to 2014, or 2022?
Support, training and common exercises shot up in 2014 following Russias invasion

I don't think it would take a human rights lawyer too much effort to argue that Ukraine's imposition of Ukrainian as the sole language in education shat comprehensively on Article II.2 and the respect for the rights of minorities. Denying a minority the right to their own language has been classified as genocide in other theatres.
Please provide further details on the outlawing of the Russian language. Language law in Ukraine previously protected it as a minority language

According to this it was further protected for a few years until the Russian invasion of 2014
Not a cause of the ‘need’ to invade


 
However the ‘truth’ spoken in the video was :

But you don’t have to be a propagandist to understand this, Russia is only in this war because NATO deployed massive amounts of advanced weapons and war machines right on Russias doorstep

what was Russia supposed to do, what would any county do?


What ‘massive amounts of advanced weapons and war machines’ had NATO deployed in Ukraine prior to 2014, or 2022?
Support, training and common exercises shot up in 2014 following Russias invasion


Please provide further details on the outlawing of the Russian language. Language law in Ukraine previously protected it as a minority language

According to this it was further protected for a few years until the Russian invasion of 2014
Not a cause of the ‘need’ to invade


I would like to quote your source.
A 2012 law, called the law "On the principles of the State language policy" gave the status of regional language to Russian and other minority languages. It allowed the use of minority languages in courts, schools and other government institutions in areas of Ukraine where the national minorities exceed 10% of the population.[3][4] The law was used mostly in Ukraine's southern and eastern regions...
So Russian speakers were somewhat protected in some Ukrainian regions. But it ended in 2014
Immediately after the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, on 23 February 2014, the Ukrainian Parliament voted to repeal the law.
Note, that it was one of the first legislation act made after the coup. In fact Russian speakers lost any protection of their rights. Soon Russian schools were abolished.
In April 2019, the Ukrainian parliament voted a new law, the Law of Ukraine "to ensure the functioning of the Ukrainian language as the State language". On 16 June 2019, the law entered into force. The law made the use of Ukrainian compulsory (totally or within certain quotas) in the work of some public authorities, in the electoral procedures and political campaigning, in pre-school, school and university education, in scientific, cultural and sporting activities, in book publishing and book distribution, in printed mass media, television and radio broadcasting, in economic and social life (commercial advertising, public events), in hospitals and nursing homes, and in the activities of political parties and other legal entities (e.g. non-governmental organizations) registered in Ukraine.[16]
There are some exemptions.
Some special exemptions are provided for the Crimean Tatar language, other languages of indigenous peoples of Ukraine, the English language and the other official languages of the European Union; as languages of minorities that are not EU official languages, Russian, Byelorussian and Yiddish are excluded from the exemptions.
For example Russian and Jewish Yiddish languages should not be used in schools.
 
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