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Albeit with a minor adjustment for reality that was not to the advantage of our unfortunate patient.

Dmitry Tymchuk was a svidomy activist and “information warrior” whose Facebook postings were followed by 270,000 people. He was also a friend of the obese toad Anton Gerashchenko, who set up a website hosting a hit list that contained the identities and personal information of “terrorists”, such as the journalist Olesya Buzina (who was assassinated shortly after this appearance there) and Russian Air Force personnel who flew missions against ISIS.

Earlier today, Tymchuk was found dead in his room. An honorary pistol presented to him for his services before the Maidan had “honored” him with an accidental misfire to the head.

The best part about this is that Tymchuk had posted about his own dreams of shooting PUTLER two years previously:

Every 2-3 months I have the sаme dream. I kill Putin. From point blank range. While looking at his colorless, soulless eyes. With a crappy Makarov pistol. I wake up with no regrets. I don’t think this is hate. This is justice.

Could this be the PUTLER version of the Assad curse?

This reminds one of the assassination of renegade Russian MP Denis Voronenkov, who fled to the Ukraine after an investigation was opened against him for corruption. There, he proceeded to ingratiate himself with the Maidan elites and rail against Russia as a latter day Nazi Germany, while tauntingly asking, “First the downed fighter pilot. Now the Russian ambassador. Who’s next?” The answer was, of course, himself. Lying dead in a pool of his own blood in a street in Kiev.

Taken in combination, I would argue that this constitutes yet more proof that there is a God, and that He stands with PUTLER.

 
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  1. Please keep off topic posts to the current Open Thread.

    If you are new to my work, start here.

  2. Cuckrainian moron that thinks the issue of white genocide is less important than engaging in impenetrable and pointless petty politics regarding Russia and Ukraine – good riddance to bad rubbish.

  3. There are jokes already about unclear wording wrt number of wounds. Also an MH370 angle.

  4. I would argue that this constitutes yet more proof that there is a God, and that He stands with PUTLER.

  5. an accidental misfire to the head.

    Press X to doubt

  6. Looks like a suicide.

    Версия самоубийства Тымчука выглядит все более правдоподобно. Источник издания Страна.юа в полиции сообщил следующее:"…

    Posted by Denis Gorokhovsky on Wednesday, June 19, 2019

  7. No more Porky – loss of life goals? For svidomit, of all creatures?

  8. Priceless!

    https://www.rferl.org/a/ukrainian-lawmaker-who-reported-on-crimea-s-occupation-dies/30008473.html

    No mention of his desire to shoot Putin. If he were a Russian politician wishing to shoot someone like Poroshenko, it’s safe to say that RFE/RL would mention such.

  9. Apparently it might have been a deliberate suicide,

    https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/5077275.html

    But what’s even more interesting is that this person might have (credibly) written under a pseudonym very pro-Russian material, which makes him a simple sell-out with no convictions or morals. Maybe when he got some and started sympathizing with one of the sides he did propaganda for is when he killed himself. Or just realized that the new government has no place for him and he’ll be in jail soon for some reason or other.

    https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/5077022.html

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich

    a simple sell-out with no convictions or morals.
     
    This is extremely common in the Ukraine. Apart from the diaspora community and some Galician nutters, all Ukrainians are like this. Hence my belief that we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place.
  10. When you hear about the death of Tymchuk, the first thought that comes to mind is the same that came to mind when I heard about the death of Babchenko: “couldn’t have happened to a nicer person”. Babchenko murder turned out to be just as fake as everything now is in post-Maidan Ukraine. Would be a shame if the death of this scoundrel is also a fake. So, I wouldn’t thank God prematurely.

    • Agree: melanf
  11. @blatnoi
    Apparently it might have been a deliberate suicide,

    https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/5077275.html

    But what's even more interesting is that this person might have (credibly) written under a pseudonym very pro-Russian material, which makes him a simple sell-out with no convictions or morals. Maybe when he got some and started sympathizing with one of the sides he did propaganda for is when he killed himself. Or just realized that the new government has no place for him and he'll be in jail soon for some reason or other.

    https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/5077022.html

    a simple sell-out with no convictions or morals.

    This is extremely common in the Ukraine. Apart from the diaspora community and some Galician nutters, all Ukrainians are like this. Hence my belief that we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place.

    • LOL: Mr. Hack
    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    Key question is, does Russia need scum like that? Nobody respects traitors, not those who they betray, not those who purchase their services. Everybody despises them. For a good reason, if you ask me.
    , @reiner Tor

    we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place
     
    The Americans found plenty of Afghans willing to work for them. Same as the Soviets. You Russians found plenty of Chechens willing to work for you.

    It's not difficult to find quislings willing to work with the occupiers for money and other advantages. But these people won't be extremely motivated to support you. Or you can go the Chechen way, showering them with enormous amounts of money. They will still be disloyal, and due to Ukraine's large size, this solution will be cripplingly expensive (on top of the sanctions).

    I'm not sure why you want to spend enormous amount of money to be able to occupy an area with a disloyal or outright hostile population. The only scenario where it'd make sense would be in a WW3 type conflict, where it'd be necessary to occupy it to block the advance of NATO troops from the west.
  12. He was a relatively young parliamentarian living the high life. Other more believable reasons for Tymchuk’s death:

    “As an officer, I personally do not believe that this is an accident as a result of cleaning weapons … Dmitry Timchuk, in addition to being a statesman, since 2014, together with his colleagues, very carefully, professionally and qualitatively covered the aggression of the Russian Federation, the participation of military : officers, generals, units of the Russian regular army – in aggression against Ukraine “, – said Teteruk.

    https://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2019/06/19/7218563/

    From the apartment of the deceased coordinator of the “Information Resistance” group, a member of the People’s Front faction Dmitry Timchuk, jewelry disappeared.

    This was reported by the Communications Department of the National Police of Kyiv.

    “During the investigation, a person close to the deceased MP, said the alleged lack of several jewelry,” – said in a statement.

    https://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2019/06/19/7218616/

  13. @Felix Keverich

    a simple sell-out with no convictions or morals.
     
    This is extremely common in the Ukraine. Apart from the diaspora community and some Galician nutters, all Ukrainians are like this. Hence my belief that we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place.

    Key question is, does Russia need scum like that? Nobody respects traitors, not those who they betray, not those who purchase their services. Everybody despises them. For a good reason, if you ask me.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
  14. @Felix Keverich

    a simple sell-out with no convictions or morals.
     
    This is extremely common in the Ukraine. Apart from the diaspora community and some Galician nutters, all Ukrainians are like this. Hence my belief that we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place.

    we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place

    The Americans found plenty of Afghans willing to work for them. Same as the Soviets. You Russians found plenty of Chechens willing to work for you.

    It’s not difficult to find quislings willing to work with the occupiers for money and other advantages. But these people won’t be extremely motivated to support you. Or you can go the Chechen way, showering them with enormous amounts of money. They will still be disloyal, and due to Ukraine’s large size, this solution will be cripplingly expensive (on top of the sanctions).

    I’m not sure why you want to spend enormous amount of money to be able to occupy an area with a disloyal or outright hostile population. The only scenario where it’d make sense would be in a WW3 type conflict, where it’d be necessary to occupy it to block the advance of NATO troops from the west.

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich
    Russia was able to instantly recruit all of Ukrainian bureacracy in Crimea. That's much cheaper than setting up new bureacracy. And it's not because they all love Russia.
  15. Show must go on

  16. I for one think it’s about time someone who deserves it unexpectedly offs himself with a double tap to the back of the head. Happens enough to foes of Hollywood and Clinton, why not an actual baddy now and the ? Glory to Putler!

  17. @reiner Tor

    we will have plenty of people willing to work with us, should we ever decide to occupy the place
     
    The Americans found plenty of Afghans willing to work for them. Same as the Soviets. You Russians found plenty of Chechens willing to work for you.

    It's not difficult to find quislings willing to work with the occupiers for money and other advantages. But these people won't be extremely motivated to support you. Or you can go the Chechen way, showering them with enormous amounts of money. They will still be disloyal, and due to Ukraine's large size, this solution will be cripplingly expensive (on top of the sanctions).

    I'm not sure why you want to spend enormous amount of money to be able to occupy an area with a disloyal or outright hostile population. The only scenario where it'd make sense would be in a WW3 type conflict, where it'd be necessary to occupy it to block the advance of NATO troops from the west.

    Russia was able to instantly recruit all of Ukrainian bureacracy in Crimea. That’s much cheaper than setting up new bureacracy. And it’s not because they all love Russia.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Uhmm... you are quite uninterested in this Russia-Ukraine thingy, aren't you? I mean, you probably couldn't even find Ukraine on the map, apparently. But fortunately I'm willing to help.

    Crimea had a very pro-Russian population, with an absolute majority for ethnic Russians, and even the rest were majority Russian-speaking Russia-sympathizing Ukrainians. It's not very relevant to what would happen elsewhere in Ukraine.
  18. @Felix Keverich
    Russia was able to instantly recruit all of Ukrainian bureacracy in Crimea. That's much cheaper than setting up new bureacracy. And it's not because they all love Russia.

    Uhmm… you are quite uninterested in this Russia-Ukraine thingy, aren’t you? I mean, you probably couldn’t even find Ukraine on the map, apparently. But fortunately I’m willing to help.

    Crimea had a very pro-Russian population, with an absolute majority for ethnic Russians, and even the rest were majority Russian-speaking Russia-sympathizing Ukrainians. It’s not very relevant to what would happen elsewhere in Ukraine.

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