The only c.nts who provoked Ukraine into anything are the Russian c.nts and if they'd just c.nt back off to cuntland there'd be no more attacks on the bits of Russia near to Ukraine which are supporting the Russian c.nts who are killing and raping civilians in another country in the name of "liberating" them.
The 25th of April is a national holiday in Italy to celebrate the Americans getting Italy out of the sh.t it got itself into thanks to some fascist c.nt deciding to support some nazi c.nt. Predictably there were morons out protesting about the prime minister and NATO and some sh.t like that (the spiritual descendents of the partisans who caught and executed Mussolini when he was fleeing like a coward would be the tankies who think we shouldn't be helping Ukraine not surrender to Putin). I decided to read [small]wikipedia[/small] about exactly what happened regarding Italy losing WW2 twice, turns out Italy had to join late because it wasn't ready, overstretched itself, and stopped being so keen on it once they started losing.
The Allied invasion of Sicily brought the war to the nation's very doorstep. The Italian home front was also in bad shape as the Allied bombings were taking their toll. Factories all over Italy were brought to a virtual standstill because raw materials, such as coal and oil, were lacking. Additionally, there was a chronic shortage of food, and what food was available was being sold at nearly confiscatory prices. Mussolini's once-ubiquitous propaganda machine lost its grip on the people; a large number of Italians turned to Vatican Radio or Radio London for more accurate news coverage. Discontent came to a head in March 1943 with a wave of labor strikes in the industrial north—the first large-scale strikes since 1925. Also in March, some of the major factories in Milan and Turin stopped production to secure evacuation allowances for workers' families. The German presence in Italy had sharply turned public opinion against Mussolini; for example, when the Allies invaded Sicily, the majority of the public there welcomed them as liberators.