Talk:Ukrainian use of chemical weapons

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I'd be cautious interpreting this video

It really consists of several episodes: (1) Two presumably Russian guys in water (2) explosion after air drop, seen from a distance (3) one Russian guy pulling the other ? (4) only one Russian guy, appears to be in distress, some jerking motion already ? (5) another munition drop ? (6) agony, jerking motion, death, of one man. This may or may not be what the impression is.

It seems to me that the man went into distressed state before the second (?) munition drop. We do not see details how it happen. A nerve agent probably would not act with such lightening speed as second explosion and the aftermath appear to show, but we do not see details of the first drop. --Resup (talk) 14:51, 7 February 2023 (UTC)

Who the fuck is Pozdnyakov ? Is it the "male state" one? --Resup (talk) 02:15, 6 March 2023 (UTC)

US printed CW manual?

I found this comment on Moon of Alabama, but cannot view the source video. -- Petri Krohn (talk) 08:24, 29 May 2023 (UTC)

I couldn't help but notice that freshly returned from the Luhansk & Donbass fronts, journalist iEarl Grey published some disturbing details of amerika's support and training of hohols in Chemical Warfare manufacture and usage. iEG's Telegram page showed pictures of a manual captured off defeated ukies, written in Ukrainian (Local Coordination: RTSC,DTRA-Raytheon, 5 Sonyachna St, Odessa) but published (Mississippi- John J Kingman Rd Missisippi 6201) & printed (Virginia - Fort Belvoir, VA2206-6201) in amerika. It tells exactly how to manufacture chemical weapons using available chemicals, then it tell budding mass-murderers the best methods of delivery, how to ensure good gas dispersal and best angles of attack from drones considering wind direction and speed.
Posted by: Debsisdead | May 29 2023 4:34 utc | 205