Terrorists vs. Russia

14 thoughts on “Terrorists vs. Russia”

  1. Russian winter will kick their butts.

  2. They hired Finnish snipers this time

  3. No need to invade, they’ve already taken: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine & Uzbekistan. Well, maybe not so much #5 & #13.

  4. In Russia winter snipes you.

  5. I get how you would list countries with a noticeable muslim population. Makes you a prejudiced, ignorant ****, but I kind of get it. But wtf about the Baltic States and Ukraine? Bumped your head much?

  6. Shouldn’t have Alexander I. and Stalin have the laugh?

  7. +1
    And Putin, to be honest.

  8. @Gimme Dat Bait
    I found a list of former SSRs that were liberated without an invasion, deleted one as redundant, performed no other edits. Do you often project your prejudice & ignorance onto other people? If so, seek psychiatric help.

  9. Just answer the question, will you? What about the baltic States?

  10. @Gimme Dat Bait
    Quite simple, during the post WWII occupation of the Baltic States, anyone who advocated independence or Soviet absence would have been labelled a “terrorist” by Tyelyegrafnoye agyentstvo Sovyetskogo Soyuza. The post is headlined “Terrorists vs. Russia”. Feel free to make your own inferences regarding the photograph. Mine: none of the posers appear to have been in combat. Unless, they just invaded a laundromat.

  11. Recently I cut my finger on a sheet of paper. IS proclaimed it was their sheet and I was cut down in the name of ala… aladin… aloha… some imaginary figure in the sky.

  12. Bait’s comments are typical hate filled liberal speech.
    ISIS is a muslim army waging jihad, so it’s kinda hard to find Christian enlistments. Plus it’s kinda funny – the Christians never seem to make it through boot camp with their heads still attached to their bodies!

  13. This didn’t age well

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