Russian Tycoon posts a bounty on Putin

Discussion in 'Political Discussions' started by Acolyte, Mar 3, 2022.

  1. Acolyte

    Acolyte Active Member

  2. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Odd. A million-dollar reward was posted in 1940 for the capture of Hitler. That's equal to $20, 082,000 today. The oligarch should put more in the pot. Just a publicity stunt. In the unlikely event someone claims the reward, he (the Oligarch) is a hero. $1M is peanuts to him.

    Anyway - if some officer did arrest Putin, others would set him free in five minutes and the arresting officer would probably be dead within the hour. Either that, or Putin would offer him five times as much, not to arrest him. And that officer would still be dead in an hour - before he could cash the cheque.

    This is schoolboy stuff. I'm not impressed. Get real, Mr. Oligarch. Send the million TODAY to Ukrainan relief funding. And watch out for novichok, if Vladimir hears about your offer.

    "Hello... Seal team 6?..."
    Last edited: Mar 3, 2022
  3. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    If there was a possibility of somebody competent pulling this off, for ANY amount of money - it could probably be crowdfunded in five minutes.
  4. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    Russian Tycoons and generals stole most of the Russian army money.

    Putin has no idea or may by does what army really has as in the past allot is being stolen.
    Again the money is invested (or was invested overseas)

    The evidence shows they use old food rations for the military from 2015

    Cheap Chinese tires might explain Russia's 'stalled' 40-mile-long military convoy in Ukraine

    Trent Telenko
    This is a thread that will explain the implied poor Russian Army truck maintenance practices based on this photo of a Pantsir-S1 wheeled gun-missile system's right rear pair of tires below & the operational implications during the Ukrainian mud season. 1/
    Karl T. Muth

    Bit of a tire expert here. Those aren't Soviet-era heavy truck radials. Chinese military tires, and I believe specifically the Yellow Sea YS20. This is a tire I first encountered in Somalia and Sudan; it's a bad Chinese copy of the excellent Michelin XZL military tire design.
    4:52 PM · Mar 2, 2022

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