Roflmasterbigpimp , avatar

Oh no. Maybe they draft a strongly worded Letter! But then they gotta go fast or that Letter will escape to Georgia.

pan_troglodytes ,

tensions??! oh no, whatever will they do?

originalucifer , avatar

or what?? suck on 2 fronts?

can someone explain to me how were supposed to believe that the mere existence of nato on russias border scares the ever living fuck out of putin?

abort_christian_babies ,

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  • jantin ,

    Oh yes, as someone somewhere said:

    “The safest border of Russia is the western one because NATO guards it”.

    AllNewTypeFace , avatar

    I, for one, will miss the chilled-out vibe of the Finnish-Russian border as it is at the moment.

    NOT_RICK , avatar

    Anyone know of a word to use for when one uses helpless migrants as chattel in a pathetic attempt to destabilize a neighbor? Does tensions work?

    jantin ,

    In Poland it’s “hybrid attack”. Devious, disgusting dehumanisation which makes even otherwise smart or kind people cheer for forces literally letting people freeze to death in forests. Rebrand helpless, misguided refugees as “Russia’s hybrid weapon” and you can get away with any atrocity.

    BombOmOm , avatar

    O, no, not tensions!

    massacre ,

    International pearl clutching INTENSIFIES

    Aidinthel ,

    Who cares? The Kremlin is still acting like we should be afraid of them, but harsh language is very clearly all they have to throw around at this point.

    autotldr Bot ,

    This is the best summary I could come up with:

    MOSCOW/HELSINKI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Any decision by Finland to allow a “concentration” of troops on its border with Russia would be viewed by Moscow as a threat, the Kremlin said on Wednesday, after Poland offered to send military advisers to help Helsinki police the frontier.

    The head of the Polish National Security Bureau, Jacek Siewiera, said in a post on social media X late on Tuesday that Poland would send military advisers to its NATO ally Finland, in response to “an official request for allied support in the face of a hybrid attack on the Finnish border”.

    “A team of military advisers will provide on-site knowledge on border security, also in operational terms,” he said.

    It has closed its entire 1,340 km (833 mile) border with Russia for two weeks in a bid to halt an unusually large flow of asylum seekers that Helsinki says amounts to a “hybrid attack” orchestrated by Moscow, a charge the Kremlin denies.

    Asked about the Polish offer to Finland during a call with reporters, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: “This is an absolutely redundant measure to ensure border security because there is no threat there.”

    Finland infuriated Russia earlier this year when it joined NATO, ending decades of military non-alignment, due to the war in Ukraine.

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