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Philip Crook
Philip Crook
7 months ago

The apparently meaningless Z symbol is only there to identify Russian vehicles and equipment from Ukrainian vehicles and equipment. Since both sides use the same kit, there is a very real danger of the Russian forces causing casualties to their own side. Nothing mysterious at all. Sorry.

Martin Logan
Martin Logan
7 months ago
Reply to  Philip Crook

Initially, this was true. But now it is being used by the Russian state to glorify its war.
Post-modernism attempts to change anything real into the absurd.
And now this includes the Russian state.

Last edited 7 months ago by Martin Logan
Dominic A
Dominic A
7 months ago
Reply to  Philip Crook

Z symbol is only there to identify Russian vehicles and equipment from Ukrainian vehicles and equipment.

Then why is the Z symbol used on Russian billboards, and athletes shirts.

John Burnett
John Burnett
7 months ago
Reply to  Philip Crook

I think the Z is for Scholz.

Martin Logan
Martin Logan
7 months ago

Surkov and the rest of Putin’s elite forgot that courage and determination are far more real than any metanarrative about a transcendent Russian state.
And the Russian people will soon find that poverty, war and isolation are not just simulacra, but as real as Javelins and Stingers.
Putin was fun while he lasted. But now Reality has come knocking at Moscow’s door.

Jeanie K
Jeanie K
7 months ago
Reply to  Martin Logan

Same applies to the “West” particularly with the current “Leader of the Free World”

Drahcir Nevarc
Drahcir Nevarc
7 months ago

I’ve never understood what motivates people like this.

Franz Von Peppercorn
Franz Von Peppercorn
7 months ago

Well it looks like both sides are driven by post modernism then.

Allison Barrows
Allison Barrows
7 months ago

Shakur, Ginsberg, and Pollock, eh? We’ll, that explains a lot about this repellent man.

Drahcir Nevarc
Drahcir Nevarc
7 months ago

Ginsburg once attempted to b****r my distant cousin’s husband when he was working as a theatre technician at a theatre in Colorado where Ginsburg was performing.

Christopher Barclay
Christopher Barclay
7 months ago

“Putin’s army may be fighting against something, but they are not fighting for anything.” Knowledge of history and Russia’s desire to have warm water ports indicates that Putin’s aim is to control ports on the Ukrainian coast and to reconnect Crimea to Russia by land.

Susan Lundie
Susan Lundie
7 months ago

Put crudely, a pseudo intellectual, full if w**d and **ss?

Last edited 7 months ago by Susan Lundie
Andrew D
Andrew D
7 months ago
Reply to  Susan Lundie

And he looks like Rowan Atkinson

Drahcir Nevarc
Drahcir Nevarc
7 months ago
Reply to  Susan Lundie

Censoring the word “wind” is extremely weird.