Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Would be very interesting if intelligence emerges confirming this though.
Seems like it's inevitable, if (as claimed in the thread) the USA spends 10 billion a year purely on maintenance for its slightly smaller nuclear arsenal, and Russia is spending "only" four times that amount on its entire military, nukes included.

But regardless of how true it is, Western governments will be missing a trick if they don't exploit the hell out of this for propaganda purposes.
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
there's something disturbing about the way these war images are being presented nowadays i think. a meme-like "funny" sort of text and a video that shows actual war footage played along some sort of hip and trendy dance beat. as if it's made for tik-tok.

 

version

Well-known member
there's something disturbing about the way these war images are being presented nowadays i think. a meme-like "funny" sort of text and a video that shows actual war footage played along some sort of hip and trendy dance beat. as if it's made for tik-tok.

... tweeting airstrikes like they're NBA highlights.
 

HMGovt

Bamber Clatscoigne
I think what we're all looking forward to is the first perfectly framed, artfully composed atmospheric thermonuclear explosion in 4k. I reckon our media savvy Ukrainian brothers are the right people to capture that.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
I think what we're all looking forward to is the first perfectly framed, artfully composed atmospheric thermonuclear explosion in 4k. I reckon our media savvy Ukrainian brothers are the right people to capture that.
Or an embarrassing fizzle because their warheads are decades past their best-before date.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
I don't suppose anyone's been down to Ladbrokes and put a few quid on Putin using a tactical nuke today?
 

Leo

Well-known member

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