Chief of the General Staff General Sir Patrick Sanders, the head of the British Army, has praised “the courage, morale and fighting spirit” of Ukrainian troops being trained by the British Army.

General Sir Patrick Sanders made the remarks as he visited the first group of Armed Forces of Ukraine recruits on a training programme to give them the skills to become effective soldiers.

The British Army say that up to 10,000 Ukrainians will be given training by the UK Armed Forces over the coming months.

“The programme is part of the UK’s enduring commitment to support Ukraine, which so far amounts to more than £2.3 billion in military aid including anti-tank weapons, armoured vehicles, and artillery. At military ranges in Kent, General Sanders watched Ukrainian troops being trained in how to fight through buildings. Drawn from the Army’s basic training programme, other skills the Ukrainians are being taught include weapon handling, battlefield first aid, fieldcraft, patrol tactics and the Law of Armed Conflict.”

General Sanders was quoted as saying:

“I was struck by the courage, morale and fighting spirit of the Ukrainian soldiers. Furthermore, the commitment and hard work of the instructors, and the speed with which they have put the training together, is hugely impressive. We will continue our work to scale up the ambition and pace of the training to maximise support to Ukraine.”

The Army say that the current programme builds on the Army’s history of supporting Ukrainian forces through Operation Orbital, which saw British troops in Ukraine between 2015 and 2022 to deliver training to over 22,000 Ukrainians.

George has a degree in Cyber Security from Glasgow Caledonian University and has a keen interest in naval and cyber security matters and has appeared on national radio and television to discuss current events. He also works for the NHS. George is on Twitter at @geoallison
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Mark B
Mark B
6 days ago

Lots of work for the British Army here if Ukraine is going to obtain a force 1M strong.

David Steeper
David Steeper
5 days ago
Reply to  Mark B

Read that Dutch, Canadians and Kiwis have troops in UK helping to train Ukranians as well.

Mark B
Mark B
5 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

Interesting. A steady improvement in training should, over time (when added to the steady improvement in kit) start to turn the tide in favour of Ukraine you would have thought?

Andy P
Andy P
6 days ago

Not sure what else the general could say really. It’s all a bit Commandant Laussard. Can’t see him saying they’re gash. Fair play to the instructors though.

Stu
Stu
6 days ago
Reply to  Andy P

😂 Commandant Laussard – not heard that name for many, many years.

Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
6 days ago
Reply to  Stu

Hilarious films. Wonder if CGS used a podium?

Supportive Bloke
Supportive Bloke
6 days ago
Reply to  Andy P

Given their performance in the field I’d hardly say the operation was gash…..

Proof is in the pudding as they say. Ukraine is holding off a force with 10x the artillery by being a bit cleverer. Says it all really.

Barry Larking
Barry Larking
6 days ago

Quite. However, Blighty is world leaders in looking for the bad news as doubtless you have noticed … I hope 10,000 is just a first wave to undergo training. It’s worth doing. The record shows that the Ukrainians have an army that won’t drop 5,000 million dollars worth of kit and leg it.

Dave Wolfy
Dave Wolfy
4 days ago
Reply to  Barry Larking

Especially as they are between the Russians and their own families.

Andy P
Andy P
6 days ago

SB, did you even read my comment. I didn’t say they were gash, I didn’t even say the visiting general said they were gash. I said its not like he COULD say they were gash, he was only going to sing their praises.

Tough crowd……

Supportive Bloke
Supportive Bloke
6 days ago
Reply to  Andy P

Yes, I read it.

Paul Corcoran
Paul Corcoran
5 days ago

So you deliberately decided to make it out to be derogatory when it wasn’t.

Supportive Bloke
Supportive Bloke
5 days ago
Reply to  Paul Corcoran

Have you actually read my comment carefully?

It doesn’t state he said it or anything negative at all.

It is a simple, non quotational, statement!

Rob N
Rob N
4 days ago
Reply to  Andy P

It strikes me that the UK has a lot to learn from Ukraine as they are fighting Russia. We should have some experienced Ukraine troops here adding their experience to the training. The Ukraine experience should be integrated into UK/NATO training.

Gavin Gordon
Gavin Gordon
3 days ago
Reply to  Andy P

“General Sanders watched Ukrainian troops being trained in how to fight through buildings” –
apt time to reflect on this from Thin Pinstriped, perhaps (yes, again!)
https://thinpinstripedline.blogspot.com/2022/08/we-sleep-safely-in-our-beds-because.html
Two fundamentals to highlight that I recall from previous counter arguements:- Residents are repeatedly asked to evacuate, though some cannot; Amnesty did not refer to its own Ukraine based office.

Eric Atkinson
Eric Atkinson
6 days ago

SLAVA UKRAINE- I wish UKRAINE would announce a “Special Military Operation” to destroy Putin’s Kerch Bridge.

A Moore
A Moore
3 days ago
Reply to  Eric Atkinson

Poor Ukraine,a stooge for americas evil Empire.Got to keep the “Grand Area”under the evil thumb.Never been such tyranny as Americas since the Spanish Inquisition.There are far far far to many blind people who cannot see through them.Remember Kaiser Sozee”The greatest trick the devil ever pulled is to pursuade people he did not exist”America is the complete master of treachery.

Airborne
Airborne
3 days ago
Reply to  A Moore

Oh dear troll is struggling with the English language!

Gavin Gordon
Gavin Gordon
3 days ago
Reply to  A Moore

Tell you what the majority of folk perceive. The only empire that has achieved its position with very little aggression and usually a reluctance to start – unless attacked first. We can literally live with its economic hegemony.

Gavin Gordon
Gavin Gordon
3 days ago
Reply to  Eric Atkinson

Very difficult to destroy as it’s massive but very necessary for reasons postulated since the start of this war. A few well aimed long range fires on two or three specific points would do. Regardless of the predictable verbal farts emanating from Russia over ‘dire consequences’, there is little risk: Crimea is legally Ukrainian territory not Russian. Awaiting the White House….
Rgs

Dave b.
Dave b.
5 days ago

Could we be training Taiwanese solders next ?

Dave b.
Dave b.
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave b.

(Soldiers)

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave b.

Doubt it. They have had plenty of years to build an effective fighting force. Ukraine forces have swelled dramatically and they won’t have all had previous nato standard training or any training. Also this gives them a safe place to train, use weapons etc. I don’t know if there is some kind of specific training they could be given for unseating Russian troops from an area. I wish them all The luck in the world it’s a tough job. Battle field first aid and being able to get the wounded out fast is going to be very important skills to… Read more »

Palaboran
Palaboran
4 days ago
Reply to  Dave b.

Soldjers acrually.

JohnG
JohnG
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave b.

Different kettle of kippers Taiwan. In a perfect world China would question why Taiwan so desperately do not want to be a part of China, and maybe do some introspection and heaven forbid change a bit. But I cannot see that happening. Considering how many of our allies had to be dragged kicking and screaming away from Russian influence (a battle still ongoing) I can’t see us getting the same level of support with China. A lot of countries are a lot more reliant on China, for years it’s been a battle for the government in the UK or USA… Read more »

ChrisLondon
ChrisLondon
5 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Any fighting in Taiwan and the worlds microchip supply freezes up. Ukraine’s only important export is food to the middle east and some parts of Africa. They will get backing.

Watcherzero
Watcherzero
5 days ago
Reply to  ChrisLondon

18% of the worlds grain production including 40% of that used for food aid. Its not insignificant, look at the effect Russias 14% of fossil fuel production is having!

Taiwan has about 60% of global chip production but its mostly low end stuff, they only have around 20% of the high grade semiconductor market.

Daniel
Daniel
5 days ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

Do you have any recommended sources for this kind of information, my Google searches are coming up short. It was mostly the last statement that left me wanting clarification, as from my perspective TSMC are the world leaders in terms of cutting edge nodes.

Watcherzero
Watcherzero
5 days ago
Reply to  Daniel

Sorry I should be clear, high grade semiconductors arent always the smallest fabrication, if you went simply by who made the smallest (e.g. under 10nm) then yes it would be 8% in Japan and 92% in South Korea. However advanced semi conductors for specialist or military applications arent produced through being the smallest, rugged designs often have much higher fabrication size to resist ionising radiation, or offer higher precision and these tend to be produced in smaller batches in a lot more countries. You also have to consider the supply chains. Russia for example was one of the biggest producers… Read more »

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Daniel
Daniel
5 days ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

Ah, thanks that makes much more sense now.

James
James
5 days ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

One of the big players is the factory in Wales I believe, cannot get the name to pop into my mind but that was sadly bought by a Dutch (Chinese owned) company which is another transfer of technology straight into China’s arms.

Dave b.
Dave b.
5 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Well put…..my next question then is could they acquire nuclear weapons I.e being gifted them or would they have to produce their own?

myself I don’t think they would have time for the latter.

JohnG
JohnG
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave b.

Honestly, I don’t know. I understand that both missiles and warheads need regular maintenance. If they were gifted them, I do not think they would have the capabilities to maintain them.
I’ve just done a search, and the Wikipedia article for Taiwan and nukes is most interesting (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiwan_and_weapons_of_mass_destruction).

Dave Wolfy
Dave Wolfy
4 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

I read something about the states that “could” produce nukes if they needed to.
Germany and Japan, Japan I can see, Germany, well they are why the Frenchies have theirs.
I bet they both have designs ready to make.

Steve
Steve
4 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

If I was China I would be looking at ukraine and taking two things from it. Firstly they need to be in a position to have massively overwhelming numbers against a country that will miltarise, they need at least 20 to 1 advantage in both man power and equipment, probably double that. Russia had 2-3 to 1 advantage and that has turned out to be massively insufficient. They also need to get their troops and commanders combat experience, by getting involved in some smaller wars, probably in Africa or the middle East. The biggest problem for Russia has been the… Read more »

Last edited 4 days ago by Steve
Gavin Gordon
Gavin Gordon
3 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Not so sure it’s a shoe-in for China, though that does not not mean Xi won’t try – if he lasts. Taiwan strait averages 100 miles. This is similar to our task at D-day with the Normany beaches during the later stages of an existencial war. Thus not what amounts to a Chinese ‘ideal scenario’ when the mainland is not being threatened. The Nazis worked to a similar idea, and never came the other way.

Graham Moore
Graham Moore
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave b.

Leave that to the Americans – they have nailed their colours to the mast. Biden said that the US would defend Taiwan if attacked but his lily-livered officials later tried to row back on that remark.

farouk
farouk
5 days ago

Good job somebody is, as Amnesty International (Yup that AI which got into bed with Al and the Taliban regards locking them up for uttering Alis snack bar before emualting the Queen of Hearts) is currently saying otherwise of the Ukraine. I suppose it could be worse, they could be blaming the Uk:

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JohnG
JohnG
5 days ago
Reply to  farouk

I do find things like this tricky, on the one hand organisations like this can be a force for good in the world, but one does frequently see blatent political bias in what certain groups choose to “shine a spot light” on issues dependant solely on their political alignment, for me that does somewhat invalidate the work they have to do. In this case, I imagine Ukraine probably aren’t being perfect, but for the love of God, their country is being invaded and their territory annexed by a nuclear armed aggressor. A bit of sensitivity towards this exceptional circumstance by… Read more »

Stc
Stc
5 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Just a suggestion, but perhaps on a historical note your post could have suggested how many countries and territories has Russia invaded over the last 200 years as opposed to Ukraine as an independent country ?

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
5 days ago
Reply to  farouk

Do amnesty international not release statements often condemning any kind of violence from all sides? I haven’t looked my self. These big organisations tend to be putting out info constantly. If their view is Ukraine are the bad guys and Russia is good something is seriously wrong with them.
Ukraine may have some bad elements from a few militias etc but it’s war so all hands to the pumps.

JohninMK
JohninMK
4 days ago
Reply to  Monkey spanker

They do release reports on those doing wrong which of course seldom means the ‘West’ but whilst Ukraine has been promoted to an honoury member of the group its still has some baggage from the past, hence attracting the attention of AI. Given the size and solid construction of schools etc and the Ukrainian need for temporary accomodation etc then it was a no brain conclusion to use them, especially if they could generate a PR ‘win’ as well. “Amnesty International has in a surprise shift placed its human rights scrutiny on Ukraine in a fresh report released Thursday. It… Read more »

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
4 days ago
Reply to  JohninMK

Zero hedge isn’t a site I find particularly impartial. Sometimes the front lines are at a town and unfortunately civilian houses, medical centres, schools become involved in the battles. I doubt the kids are sitting in class while down the corridor NLAWs are flying out the window. War is awful and the easiest way to stop it is for Russia to withdraw from all of Ukraine. The west can offer to pay generous resettlement costs to anyone wanting to go live in Russia. It’s the biggest country on Earth. Plenty space. Everyone is happy. Russia has a get out of… Read more »

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
4 days ago
Reply to  JohninMK

The latest HIMARS destroyed by Russia doing the rounds on the Russian supporting sites.
It’s an ambulance🙈

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Airborne
Airborne
4 days ago
Reply to  Monkey spanker

Russkie muppets and retards!

Airborne
Airborne
4 days ago
Reply to  JohninMK

Yaaaaaaawn fuck me that’s some repeated epic propaganda chuff you are vomiting out for us to rip to shreds! And condemnation yet of this illegal invasion of Ukraine by Putin? Or do you still actively and verbally support an illegal invasion and the murder, rape and torture of innocent civilians? I suppose you do as per norm.

AlexS
AlexS
4 days ago
Reply to  farouk

Amnesty International is Anti-West.

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
1 day ago
Reply to  AlexS

They have to be pro facts and evidence not pro or against certain countries. If amnesty international isn’t then it needs to get to that or it’s loses any credibility

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago

Just watched an update of the Russo_Ukrainian war At this moment there seems to be lots of Fires breaking out in Moscow ,? Could these be Red flag actions by Putin so as he can call for whole Country mobilisation or is it the well trained well led Ukrainian SF just wondering

Crabfat
Crabfat
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Where was that update? Sounds a bit scary…

David Steeper
David Steeper
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Or just weather related ?

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

Apparently A Diesel tanker was shoot at on the Main Moscow Ringroad the driver lost control tanker overturned and caught light big fire roads ashfelt melted and also caught light Russian spokeman stated it wasn’t an accident but a terrorist attack make of it what you want ” Terrorist Attack” or Red Flag op ?

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Sorry False flag not Red flag

JohnG
JohnG
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

There is a large ish saboteur movement in Russia. I’ve stumbled across some quite detailed telegram accounts (not easy to find when you don’t have one yourself) detailing some of the work these Russian guys are up to. Most of the ones I saw concerned railroads and derailing trains. But there were a few arson ones on there too.

David Steeper
David Steeper
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Thanks you and JohnG could be onto something. Read a lot about Russia but had no idea the opposition was that serious. 🤔🤔

Supportive Bloke
Supportive Bloke
5 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

What happens when you shut down democratic channels for dissent?

Other channels are created?

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

It would be good to see internal strife rocking Putins dictatorship but as usual any form of distain too he’s rule is classed as Ukrainian terrorism the only little problem with that scenario is these Fire’s seem too be Country wide from Siberia all the way west he’s going too need alot of Nouakchott too silence these critic of his rule

David Steeper
David Steeper
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Yep. It fits in with why he daren’t order mobilisation. He thinks i*f things are bad now they could be uncontrollable if he went down that road. The only people who know how serious things are in a dictatorship are the Secret Police.

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

Thanks David he has a hold on his FSB the Russian public are well aware of this there can be no desent as you don’t know who you could be talking too quite a scare tactic that holds the population in check its a tried and tested form of terror that all Dictatorship’s have used one wrong word could end you up in prison (Gulag)

JohnG
JohnG
5 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

It does speak volumes about the Russian character. I speculate that in a vein it’s similar to the Scotts. I think it’s not much on UK mam as they are probably worried about giving people ideas

JohnG
JohnG
5 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

MSM*

David Steeper
David Steeper
5 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Or it’s too nuanced for them ? Good stuff thanks.

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
4 days ago
Reply to  David Steeper

How Russia’s anarchist saboteurs are destroying Putin’s war machine from within
https://apple.news/AYUPWLiIsR5ynatDNeQqJhw
A good read about sabotage in Russia. From the i

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ChrisLondon
ChrisLondon
4 days ago
Reply to  Monkey spanker

That’s a good read. Thank you.

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
4 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Sorry is that meant to be Scots as in the race of Scottish people.
Are you suggesting terror attacks against the ruling in government?
If you are you are totally bonkers.
More chance of Nicola putting a thistle on the next PM chair as a prank.
What about every other area of the uk. Cornwall freedom fighters, Yorkshire pudding brigade, London city state supporters. Geez 🙄

JohnG
JohnG
3 days ago
Reply to  Monkey spanker

No, I was talking about a near suicidal level of bravery. Doing what the Russian saboteurs are doing in the country they are doing it in first this bill for me.
I’ve noticed a similar repeating thread around folks from Scotland. It doesn’t mean all people from Scotland are like that, but the number of times i’ve read, observed or physically encountered Scottish people who have it has been rather frequent.
That said, the point was just mild speculation. No insults nor deeply scientific points meant.

JohnG
JohnG
3 days ago
Reply to  JohnG

Unless your going off on some tangent, trying to say there is no such thing as a Scottish person, character nor national identity, in which case you have lost me.

Dave Wolfy
Dave Wolfy
4 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

There is no way the Ukranians would be that dull.

Tommo
Tommo
4 days ago
Reply to  Dave Wolfy

Never a Dull moment with those guys of ,the Krakon and reformed Azov reigiments Can’t be bothered with terrestrial TV just love watching the updates on YouTube, Dave

Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
5 days ago

I get good vibes from the CGS. Looks like a no nonsense type of guy.

Graham Moore
Graham Moore
5 days ago

I met him and worked for him in Oman on Ex Saif Sareea II. He was COS 1 Mech Bde and was a brilliant young Major.

Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
5 days ago
Reply to  Graham Moore

Morning Graham. Yes, I recall you said you’d met him.

David Barry
David Barry
5 days ago

I’m working with a Bulgarian who has nothing but disdain for the Ukrainians who claimed to have seen evidence that the prison strike was Ukrainian. Didn’t probe, but, is there any evidence it was an American weapon dropped?

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago
Reply to  David Barry

David Russian media posted a photo of two pieces of what they claimed was from a,Hmas missle that hit the Azov prison except it was the same photo which had been shown one week before after claims of another strike by HMARs are there different types of warhead for pinpoint GPS Hmars as the footage of the prison as shown by Russian media looks more like a thermobaric warhead everything was charred

Watcherzero
Watcherzero
5 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Yes theres a fragmentation warhead for anti infantry/large area damage and a high explosive warhead for bigger bang but smaller area.
Theres also a larger calibre and much more expensive missile (Pod can only carry 2 rather than 6) that has three times the range and twice the explosive but hasnt been supplied to Ukraine.

A newer version of the higher calibre called Precision Strike Missile is just entering service now and wont really see mass rollout until 2025, that has five times the range of the basic low calibre missile.

Tommo
Tommo
5 days ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

Thanks watcher, was aware of those types of Hmas payloads ,it was just how that supposed Blue on Blue aftermath effect of damage caused was more akin too that of a Cave/tunnel clearer (thermobaric ) everything internal burnt outside of the building untouched

Tommo
Tommo
4 days ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

Some news the yanks now believe that the prison strike wasn’t Ukrainian and Congress have now allowed Hmas upgrade ATacms too be delivered to the Ukraine meaning no part of the illegal occupied Crimea and Putins Bridge is well within range Never a Dull moment Watcher

Watcherzero
Watcherzero
4 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

Congress has approved it but its still to be seen whether the Pentagon will sign off, they have blocked stuff in the past that was approved such as aircraft transfers.

Tommo
Tommo
4 days ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

Cheers Watcher let’s hope the Brass at the Pentagon take note that the use of thè ADAMS will only be used by the Ukrainians on Ukrainian territory ie the Crimea not for use against mainland Russia I’m sure that if given to Ukrainian on the provision that these weapons would only be used too retake the Crimea if not then the West could withdrawl all future supplies of Hmas

Tommo
Tommo
4 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

ATams bloody predictive TxT

ChrisLondon
ChrisLondon
4 days ago
Reply to  Tommo

This is where I think we are letting the Ukrainians down. They have fought the Russians to a stand still and are about to make their first efforts to push them back. This is going to take time. I believe the Russians have to date launched approx 5k missile and air attacks on Ukraine’s cities. Are we just going to let them continue? Even if we strengthen their air defences some missiles will get through. The only way to stop them murdering the Ukraine’s civilians is to give them the ability to hit back. Every time something goes bang in… Read more »

Tommo
Tommo
3 days ago
Reply to  ChrisLondon

Cheers Chris ,that’s the only thing that the Yanks are afraid of ,if the Ukrainians were too use the Congress promised ATams against targets in Russia ,rather than in the illegally occupied Crimea, ,the Yanks don’t want the Conflict too escalate, even though now Putin is egging on Serbia to cause trouble with Kosovo which is protected by Nato peacekeepers too try and make a flare up in the Balkans divert attention and also much needed weapons to the Ukrainians so then he would have a breathing space for his special operation I just wish someone would do a special… Read more »

Andy P
Andy P
5 days ago
Reply to  David Barry

Did this Bulgarian have disdain for Ukrainians before this all kicked off ?? While they’re getting it tight at the moment, Ukraine has/had a bit of a reputation for their gangsters and corruption.

John Clark
John Clark
5 days ago
Reply to  Andy P

Corruption is the scourge of all the ex Soviet Republics Andy, Ukraine has taken great steps eliminate it, especially now the country is on a war footing!

Russia’s appalling corruption has certainly helped the Ukrainians, with the amount of equipment that’s been hamstrung by internal theft mate!

Andy P
Andy P
3 days ago
Reply to  John Clark

Evening John, the corruption was one of the things that was keeping them out of the EU I believe. While I totally get the EU wanting to get behind Ukraine (and agree with the notion), they maybe don’t hit all the requirements. Hopefully as you say this war will help to put some of the dodgy stuff to bed.

Tams
Tams
4 days ago
Reply to  David Barry

Zero.

You should stop talking to him.

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
4 days ago
Reply to  David Barry

If you look at the actual photos the way the furniture is burned and how the building is its clear to see it’s not been from an explosion especially the type a M31 warhead would make. The mostly likely cause is some kind of incendiary device thrown in. If there was a chance it was hit with a M31 rocket the Russians would be rolling out the red carpet for independent inspectors. Instead they refuse. Thing with HIMARS is the coordinates have to be put into the computer. I have no doubt the Americans have a link providing targets hit… Read more »

Tommo
Tommo
4 days ago
Reply to  Monkey spanker

Thermobaric charge if you not burnt alive then asphyxiation caused by these weapons is a certainty Putin wanted the Azov removed rather than a fake Warcrimes trial the Geneva convention does not hold any threat too that Dictator

Dave Wolfy
Dave Wolfy
4 days ago

I like to think that I would be brave if it was me between the Russians and my family.

Monkey spanker
Monkey spanker
4 days ago
Reply to  Dave Wolfy

Exactly. Nothing brings bravery and willing to fight when it’s where you live and you have nowhere to run to.

Dave Wolfy
Dave Wolfy
4 days ago
Reply to  Monkey spanker

Eleven Victoria Crosses at Rourke’s Drift.

A Moore
A Moore
3 days ago

How would he know about courage?.Must have stabbed his finger with a paper clip😜

Airborne
Airborne
3 days ago
Reply to  A Moore

Yaaaaaaawn