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Last 50 tweets from @IAPonomarenko
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
Keep them coming. I started a playlist of songs you shared here since the invasion started. So far, 46 songs, 3hr 29min. pic.twitter.com/xJrCbcyuXt
Replying to @gmickk
Can you please share the playlist which me? I’ll use it for my book.
 
Can't help but perversely appreciate whatever historical wormhole we've fallen into where German tanks rolling across Europe for the first time since 1945 is seen as a big celebratory triumph
Replying to @mtracey
Yeah, one small insignificant detail is missing in this drama of yours
 
In reply to @emmanuelcote
It’s by Guilmour, as far as I remember
 
Judging form the outburst of frantic tweeting from bots and Kremlin shills, Putin is now just puking blood in the Kremlin.
 
 
Олаф Шольц в 1984 году pic.twitter.com/WishQRXoCy
Replying to @yakovinaivan1
В молодости Шольц просто пел в группе Led Zeppelin, интересный факт
 
From “Kyiv will fall within three days” to “Ukraine gets over 100 western tanks, including M1 Abrams.”
This is all thanks to Ukrainian soldiers.
Period.
 
America the Beautiful
🇺🇸🤝🇺🇦
 
So, we apparently get 31 M1s.
Of course, that’s a longer-term perspective.
 
 
 
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
This is the guy who lost the limbs from shrapnel as well his eyesight in 1 eye? You also posted a photo of him with his wife and 2 lovely kids right?
Replying to @Gregsiero
No, there wasn’t a picture of his family. Just him in the hospital. Yes, he lost both hands, a leg, and he can’t see now. That was a landmine blast near Bakhmut.
 
Guys - a little announcement - I was kindly asked to delete a tweet on this disabled SOF operator Andriy Rubliuk because of security reasons. Nonetheless, he’s got your money on treatment, and I’m also sending $5,000 more. Just letting you know to avoid misunderstanding. pic.twitter.com/uz73DuVrYL
Replying to @IAPonomarenko
By the way, the previous tweet regarding him said we’ve send him $10,000. Stay tuned!
 
Guys - a little announcement - I was kindly asked to delete a tweet on this disabled SOF operator Andriy Rubliuk because of security reasons. Nonetheless, he’s got your money on treatment, and I’m also sending $5,000 more. Just letting you know to avoid misunderstanding.
 
Did not know that the Constitution of Ukraine (revised 2019) declares "the duty of the State" to "preserve the gene pool of the Ukranian people" pic.twitter.com/5iaKN8T89j
Replying to @mtracey
Do you even realize how pathetic you are? “GOTCHA, their 1996 Constitution says something about preserving the country population’s genetic health due to the aftermath of a nuclear disaster, OMG, checkmate, NAZIS, I told ya!!” Dumbass.
 
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
The strategic genius that is Vladimir Putin has not only succeeded in forcing Germany to end its dependence on Russian energy but he has somehow manoeuvred himself into a situation in which Russian troops are about to face German battle tanks. What a colossal failure.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
🇺🇦Freedom Defenders. Stay safe ❤️
 
If you want my honest opinion, 🇩🇪Germany today has scored the very final victory over the shadow of its past. It’s been tempted by deceitful evil, yet it made the most crucial symbolic step. Not without pressure from its friends, but it made it.
Replying to @IAPonomarenko
Germany, in a painful moment of truth, said no to empowering a revanchist, hateful war of aggression, and opted to help the victim prevail and restore just peace. No more deals with the devil. So thank you Germany for being on the right side of history with us. And goodnight. 🇩🇪
 
If you want my honest opinion, 🇩🇪Germany today has scored the very final victory over the shadow of its past. It’s been tempted by deceitful evil, yet it made the most crucial symbolic step. Not without pressure from its friends, but it made it.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
Insane footage of a daring Ukrainian GUR assault of the Russian positions at Nova Kakhovka to locate personnel, equipment, and command post. Group successfully completed the mission and returned having destroyed the post and 12 invaders.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
Solovyov reacts to media reports that Olaf Scholz has decided to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine

He urges Russia to carry out strikes on Germany so that Germans "know which new Nazi leaders they've raised and brought to power"

"You European Pharisees, you Nazi scumbags!"
 
So the big announcement today is that the US will be deploying a full battalion of Abrams battle tanks to Ukraine. Six months ago, such a move would have barely been conceivable because of its obvious escalatory potential. If this doesn't constitute an "escalation," nothing does pic.twitter.com/D4CdDOJ9Q6
Replying to @mtracey
Yes, after so many weapon types from so many nations, it’s just the time to finally admit that “escalation” comes only when one denies Ukraine of assistance and invites Russia for the next step. P.S. do you even understand how many tanks a “full battalion” has?
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
Great,work, but just asking, if you receive lot of money,send lots of money .. don't you have to pay taxes? Were it not wiser to have a foundation, or NGO, to avoid legal problems?
Replying to @nachohh20
In some cases, recipients had PayPal accounts, so I didn’t even have to transfer funds to my special bank account for donations, which is very convenient.
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
Great,work, but just asking, if you receive lot of money,send lots of money .. don't you have to pay taxes? Were it not wiser to have a foundation, or NGO, to avoid legal problems?
Replying to @nachohh20
No, I don’t. It’s not my income, and I also got myself registered as a civilian aid provider, so our national bank lifted all fees and wartime limitations on the account I use to deliver donations. But I of course pay taxes from my salary accounts.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
The head of #Ukraine's armed forces Valery Zaluzhny inherited $1 million from a Ukrainian American, Gregory Stepanets. Zaluzhny donated this money to the Ukrainian military.
 
Meanwhile, Ukrainian logistics by May 2023:
 
On this day a year ago, the United States authorized non-essential embassy staff to leave Kyiv at will due to the threat of Russia’s invasion.
And Russian collaborationists accused Ukraine of preparing an “offensive” in Donbas.
 
 
Better late than never! The Leopards are released. Several European states will provide #Ukraine with the much needed capability. Slava Ukraini 💛💙
#FreeTheLeopards pic.twitter.com/AhAhSQ3pdo
Replying to @mattia_n
That’s one hell of a necktie
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
Welcome #LeopardsForUkraine ! Thank you Germany, thank you Europe, UK and US, all who helped this decision.
 
In reply to @mtracey
The world is said to be mired in an unprecedented and "exceedingly dangerous nuclear situation," but the nuclear posture of the US is not cited as a significant contributing factor. Instead the "particularly troubling" designation is reserved for... China thebulletin.org/doomsday-clock… pic.twitter.com/z8NJShxN6l
Replying to @mtracey
Yes, yes, yes. Everyone is to blame, even Fiji, but absolutely not Russia, which launched the biggest European war of aggression since 1939 and repeatedly issued nuclear threats as it failed. God forbid a simple fact stands between a Russian bootlicker and his narrative.
 
Big kitties are coming.
And they are angry.
And hungry.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
Here two Ukrainian warriors looking for the Germany tanks 😆
Possibly sensitive media. Public access unavailable.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
Congratulations my dear @Bundeskanzler.
Let' have a beer and comment all this once the final details are known. spiegel.de/politik/deutsc… @derspiegel
 
And please tell me, was it worth all the embarrassment and absolutely irrelevant hesitation when the only right decision was so obvious?
Scholz finally allows that 🇩🇪Germany helps 🇺🇦Ukraine with tanks. pic.twitter.com/wDDq5SUglG
Replying to @IAPonomarenko
Jeeeez, that’s about Leopard 2A6 version… I’m sweating, like, really hard now.
 
And please tell me, was it worth all the embarrassment and absolutely irrelevant hesitation when the only right decision was so obvious?
Scholz finally allows that 🇩🇪Germany helps 🇺🇦Ukraine with tanks.
 
Replying to @mtracey
Congrats, Mikey! Finally, it’s a tank!
 
I have a feeling telling me that the Kremlin might want to accelerate it preparations for new large operations in Ukraine, even at the huge expense of their effectiveness.
If predictions regarding large transfers of MBTs to Ukraine are true, time is running short for Russia.
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
Reminds me of the Metallica-Song „One“ … damn :((
Replying to @kemp40swish41
Same here. My first thought.
 
Fighting corruption will be one of the top priorities in Ukraine going forward. A people who have sacrificed everything to protect its nation are not likely to tolerate corrupt officials.
 
Illia Ponomarenko 🇺🇦 Retweeted ·  
“A former American special operator died early Thursday morning after being wounded days before fighting alongside the Ukrainian military during intense combat in the eastern frontline city of Bakhmut.” - @JimLaPorta for @RollingStone rollingstone.com/politics/polit…
Navy SEAL Deserter Killed During Intense Ukraine Battle
rollingstone.com
 
 
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
This is probably the hardest case I’ve seen… The guy is in pain. I really, really hope we’ll bring him back to active life. I’m sad as hell as I watch the pictures of him in the hospital.
Replying to @IAPonomarenko
The fundraising campaign is always active — please feel free to donate and help wounded and disabled Ukrainian soldiers. We’ve helped quite a few people, but unfortunately there are and will be many more in need. My PayPal: i.ponomarenko@kyivindependent.com
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
This is probably the hardest case I’ve seen… The guy is in pain. I really, really hope we’ll bring him back to active life. I’m sad as hell as I watch the pictures of him in the hospital.
 
In reply to @sss46135328
I never said they were. I simply summarized and quoted the Times article, which was clearly enough to provoke such rage that it's being resentfully referenced a month and a half later
So, the grift scheme is: 1. MT posts an absurdly clickbait headline that seems to fit his anti-Ukraine narrative 2. People capable of reading more than just the first paragraph prove him obviously wrong and misleading on purpose 3. MT screams “I never said that” 4. Repeat.
 
In reply to @IAPonomarenko
You either don't know what you're raging about anymore, or can't read. Either way -- sad. From the text of this Times article I cited: beyond merely "re-establishing the diplomatic mission," the UK ground forces "supported other discreet operations" pic.twitter.com/8MJdjN5iIT
Replying to @mtracey
Who are you trying to fool here, Tracey? People can read and see. They know your stupid “proxy war” agenda. You said that it was “finally put on the record: NATO forces aren't just passive observers of the war.” Your “I never actually said that!” is not helping you.
 
Good example of why you should probably at least scan the text of the article before firing off a snarky, judgmental tweet based only on the headline. The 23-year-old girlfriend's "growth was stunted due to treatment she received as a child for brain cancer." The boyfriend is 26
Replying to @mtracey
What a slack of wisdom from someone who posts headline screenshots and yells “UK IS FIGHTING IN UKRAINE, GOTCHA”, while the story’s second paragraph literally says it’s all about UK personnel safeguarding the evacuation of diplomats from Kyiv.
 
 
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