Backman wrote:Sondoesntrise looks like that Chinese troll that used to lurk and get his China superiority complex cheap shots in. The guy who had a drone as an avatar.
It's funny how these douchbags like Van and F and a few others always claim that this is some kind of pro Russia echo chamber. It's anything but.
Pseudo objective Putin skeptics always seem to control the narrative. Remember during the Syria it was TOW-mageddon ? There was jerkoffs constantly posting every TOW video that came out. And insinuating that Russia was losing.
Then during Libya they posted all about the Pantsir losses.
Then we had a jerkoff live blogging Navalnys latest color devolution attempt. He was updating the amount of views the studio mansion video was getting every hour
Now we got 2 arrogant loud mouth jerkoffs basically spouting F-16.net talking points.
And the sneaky little Chinese troll getting his licks in. And they didn't seem to notice that I actually posted about Scott Ritter CRITIQUING Putin. Not singing his praises. It was my attempt at critisizing something about the war and I got the expected result. Cheap shot artists piled on. Instead of having a discussion.
It's all just a function of the English language. Nothing can escape the echo of Anglo propaganda.
BACKMAN, I answer you to just to add my opinion, not to criticize you.
Russia has the most glorious military history in the last 300 years, and there is no dispute about that. At the moment when Russia defeated Charles 12 of Sweden, from that moment Russia was the first in the "Champions League", that is, on the military field.
The Chinese do not have the most manufactured aircraft of all time, just as the Russians have the Il-2. The same goes for the most produced jet fighter (MiG-15), supersonic fighter jet (MiG-21), helicopter (Mi-8/17), the largest number of nuclear submarines built, the most produced tank model in World War II (T-34) and the most produced tank overall - T-55. Not to mention the infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers.
I will not even mention projects such as submarines 941 "Akula/shark" or titanium 945A "Condor", strategic bombers Tu-95MS and especially Tu-160, An-124 or An-225, MiG-31, etc.
China is not even close to Russian submarines, since the Russians probably mapped all the underwater corridors around the world. Maybe I'm unrealistic and maybe I'm not, because I love submarines a lot, but I'm convinced that submarines are the biggest "evil" in the world of weapons.
China's surface fleet is realistically impressive. Those who write that it is "questionable" what quality Chinese ships are, let them ask themselves what quality Arleigh Burke destroyers are. Those same destroyers that don't have quality anti-ship weapons.
As for the Chinese Air Force, I must again write that the Chinese have gone far here as well. I don't think China is able to build a better plane than Russia, but it is able to build more. However, I do not share the Western opinion that Chinese planes are rubble.
Overall, as far as conventional military power is concerned, there is no adversary who can wage war against China. If the United States were on the border with China, the Chinese would trample them. China has more than solidly equipped armed forces, a huge population and considerable discipline. As for the same discipline, I think that Asians behave much better on this issue than the whole Christian world.
What the Chinese DO NOT have is the Russian war experience. The Russians are constantly fighting from decade to decade, almost non-stop after the Second World War. I don't think there is love between countries, but I think both the Russians and the Chinese want to stop American-British hegemony.
As for the Pantsyr system, I would like to see which country can match the Russian air defense. The Russians are GODS in this domain, because no one has such an echeloned air defense as the Russians. From "Verba" to S-500. It is obvious that there are many Chinese trolls who are inspired by the rapid rearmament of the Chinese army. However, that same Russia flew into Manchuria in 1945 and thus accelerated the defeat of Tsarist Japan. In addition to the victory against Nazi Germany, the same Russia also fought against the United States in Korea and Vietnam, in one way or another. Times are changing, nothing is standing still, so China has gone ahead. China is not to be underestimated, but neither is Russia.