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    Post  JohninMK Sun Jun 19, 2022 9:37 pm

    Time for a laugh, the second video. Skip the first 30 seconds.

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    Post  SeigSoloyvov Sun Jun 19, 2022 9:42 pm

    JohninMK wrote:
    Belisarius wrote:Over 50 high-ranking officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were destroyed by the strike of the Caliber missile launcher on the command post of the Alexandria group of forces
    https://topwar.ru/197963-svyshe-50-vysokopostavlennyh-oficerov-vsu-unichtozheny-udarom-kr-kalibr-po-punktu-upravlenija-gruppirovki-vojsk-aleksandrija.html

    Keep up Laughing More on this event from Hinex 988's post 985 above. 6 hours ago.


    💥At 12.30 PM, Kalibr high-precision long-distance sea-based missiles were launched at a command post of the Ukrainian troops near the village of Shirokaya Dacha (Dnepropetrovsk region) at the moment when there was being held a working meeting of the commanders of Aleksandriya operational-strategic group.

    ▫The attack has resulted in eliminating more than 50 generals and officers of the AFU, including those of the General Staff, the Kakhovka group, airborne assault troops and units that operate towards Nikolayev and Zaporozhye.

    A very suspect claim honestly, there is no proof yet of it.

    Also seems very unlikely Ukraine would gather that many VIPs in one location that wouldn't be immune to a kaliber strike

    One of those sounds good claims, but I'd need to see lots of evidence to believe it because with claims like this you need to show the proof
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    Post  Hole Sun Jun 19, 2022 10:29 pm

    JohninMK wrote:Russian special military operation in Ukraine #19 - Page 2 FVjyyRYWQAEhP1Z?format=png&name=small

    The same machine is used by SpaceX to produce launch vehicles. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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    Post  Vann7 Mon Jun 20, 2022 12:31 am

    Hole wrote:
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    Arkanghelsk wrote:There's BPLA in the top left corner which stands for Bespilotnie or drone

    I don't think this is a missile, but a suicide drone system

    The camera explicitly says BPLA

    Suicide drone can't attack building from the top... it's a missile. BPLA could mean something else. Actually bespilotnie means without pilot which a missile is.

    Those ships should have kept reasonable distance and not move anywhere without cover from coastal aviation, especially offshore patrol vessels which have no business being alone in the warzone

    Instead they just sent ships into the enemy fire range and hoped for the best

    And they don't seem to be acting over Odessa region with their air force where valuable targets are. Kalibr strikes have their limits.

    https://southfront.org/in-video-russian-mi-28nm-attack-helicopter-targets-depots-of-kiev-forces-with-loitering-munitions/

    AS-UAC is a data link system for loitering ammo and recon drones.

    Why should a suicide drone not be able to attack in a steep dive?

    This IS the way Russian military should be fighting , not with retarded scorched earth tactics , missing 97% of their artillery attacks.

    All this attack choppers of  Russia , had to be removed those shitty unguided rockets and shitty anti tank weapons , that are next to useless against moving targets. I have seen Russian choppers waiting 30 seconds to the shitty anti armor missile to hit a moving terrorist armor in syria, and failing to hit in the end, because they have to manually correct the unstable flight of the super slow anti armor missile in the end.   With this TV guided missiles ,  you can see exactly where the missile will hit. and can be used for ultra precision ,with the right tech.

    Choppers launching loitering -kamikazi drones /glide bombs with tv guidance , is the way to go .
    instead of doing stupid duels , they need to increse their use of real precision weapons 10x fold or more. And soon ukranians see , there is no trench to hide , that the loitering munition can hit with precision their positions and know their movements in real time.. then none of this world war 1 tactics ,would have been used against Russia.. NATO designed this trench war , to counter Russia ,because they knew Russia major limitations with precision weapons , almost not used in their artillery and in limited numbers used in their missile forces.

    Hellicopters / Su-25 / Combat planes , all Russian airforce needs to operate using all the time Drones , heavy drones and super cheap ones . The super cheap ones ,that can be mass produced in many dozens of thousands..for intel collection of targets.. replacing the job of special forces in ground and also replacing the use of manned combat planes for close air support. Artillery also used always in coordination with drones ,24 hours a day.
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    Post  Vann7 Mon Jun 20, 2022 12:45 am

    Arkanghelsk wrote:https://t.me/swodki/119695?single

    So the AS UAS system is a drone control system, and it was used to guide Izd. 305

    So it says BPLA because it is a system designed for drones and loitering munitions, but interfaced with the new missile

    This was apparently mi28 guided

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    The AS-UAS complex allows you to communicate with drones at a distance of up to 50 km and has a bandwidth of 5.4 Mbit/s.


    The Product 305 missile has a range of 14 km and is designed to equip the latest Mi-28NM and Ka-52M helicopters.

    about fucking time , Russian army fighting like a modern army. Using artillery and cruise missiles
    for all is retarded slow and ineficient. Took 3 months for them to show this.. better late than never.
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    Post  LMFS Mon Jun 20, 2022 12:59 am

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    Boris Rozhin: There is no difference between ISIS and such a Ukraine

    Express interview for the @voenkorKotenok channel:

    1. Is it true that reservists, teroborona and mercenaries are being ground up in battles, and the most combat-ready units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are in the 3rd echelon and are being saved for a counteroffensive?

    - Materials from the front show that the remnants of personnel units, including officers and non-commissioned officers, are also suffering serious losses. The increase in the number of casualties among reservists, Volkssturm and mercenaries is explained by the fact that they are just plugging holes in the regular structures of the Armed Forces of Ukraine due to the lack of trained soldiers, sergeants and officers.
    Of course, the enemy tries to protect the remaining personnel, because it understands that it will not be able to replace them quickly.

    2. What is the probability that the APU will approach Kherson?

    - Such attempts will certainly be made from the Kryvyi Rih direction. But it is unlikely that the enemy will be able to count on operational success here now. The failed offensive at Davydov Brod perfectly showed the cost of such actions in people and equipment.

    3. Is Kiev planning a "Budyonnovsky scenario" and do such plans have any chances of success?

    - Various terrorist attacks on the territory of Ukraine, as well as attempts to arrange terrorist attacks on the territory of the Russian Federation are inevitable.

    There is no fundamental difference between ISIS and Ukraine in terms of terror. You need to be prepared for this and, accordingly, tune in to methodical work within the framework of the CTO.

    4. Kiev announces for August negotiations that will begin after the "successful counteroffensive". What does the minimum program look like for the Ukrainian leadership?

    - Kiev does not have its own program of action. The United States and Britain are determined to prolong the war as much as possible. Therefore, Kiev will act in accordance with the wishes of its owners.
    You should not pay attention to the chatter of Kiev — you should concentrate on achieving the military goals of the operation and liberating new territories. The best path to peace is military success, not negotiations with a Nazi gang that lacks real subjectivity.

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    Post  flamming_python Mon Jun 20, 2022 1:29 am

    Hole wrote:
    What that western dude doesn´t get: there is no communication because most of it is being jammed. They can only launch 3 mortar rounds because there is no ammunition (depots being destroyed). There are soldiers who never used grenade launchers because there are no trained men anymore.

    Who cares what excuses he makes

    You can't hide the truth anymore and that's what it comes down to. They can explain the facts however they want, but the conclusion they'll come to will be the same - bug out, it's a lost cause. And they won't mess with Russia themselves again, the reflexive memory will still be there.

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    Post  Backman Mon Jun 20, 2022 1:31 am

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    I guess there's still plenty of bitches among Russian decision makers  No


    She was exchanged for a dozen Russian special forces prisoners. Caveat emptor left that part out. Another one of his negative spin stories.

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    Post  caveat emptor Mon Jun 20, 2022 1:52 am

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    She was exchanged for a dozen Russian special forces prisoners. Caveat emptor left that part out. Another one of his negative spin stories.
    You mind providing any proof for that? I didn't spin anything.
    According to multiple sources she was exchanged for the kid and 25 million rubles.
    Bezsonov bs tg post about high value individuals proved false.
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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Jun 20, 2022 2:33 am

    Isos wrote:
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    SpaceX has a real projects and real rockets with plenty of contracts with US government and NASA. The company value is overestimated because of dumbasses following Musk on twitter but it's not an empty company.


    From 1970 to 1990, the USSR annually produced more than 95 space launches. There was no need for any technology, neon interfaces and fashion designers. Do you seriously want to say that SpaceX can be compared with the USSR space complex, as it was 50 years ago?

    No I'm saying they are producing rockets that flies and have contracts with the government so it's not an empty company.

    The problem with SpaceX, and all other so-called "private space" companies, is that when government spending stops, so does the large majority of their activities. The only space-based activity that creates significant revenue/profit is global communications, but that doesn't generate anywhere near the cashflows that are required to realise the much-hyped Star Trek-ish nonsense coming out of Musk and his Hopium-addicted groupies.

    Russia has her own nationalised launch service that can orbit any bird she builds. Space launch activities are governed by payloads, not by launcher costs, and personally doubt that NASAs vertical landing technique (SpaceX didn't invent it, they were essentially given the IP as part of the USGov space privatisation push) incurs much savings once the costs of stack strip down, test and refurbishment are factored in.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Jun 20, 2022 2:47 am

    JohninMK wrote:Ukrainian officers cheerfully drive along the highway across the bridge without noticing that one of the spans is destroyed and end up going for a swim

    Nice little metaphor for Banderite Ukraine and the US/NATO subterfuge... Razz

    Its all fun and games until someone loses an eye... or shoots their own Global Hegemony in the head... Laughing

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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Jun 20, 2022 2:58 am

    When The Lies Come Home

    After lying for months, the media are preparing the public for Ukraine’s military collapse. By Douglas McGregor

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    Diogenes, one of the ancient world’s illustrious philosophers, believed that lies were the currency of politics, and those lies were the ones he sought to expose and debase. To make his point, Diogenes occasionally carried a lit lantern through the streets of Athens in the daylight. If asked why, Diogenes would say he was searching for an honest man.

    Finding an honest man today in Washington, D.C., is equally challenging. Diogenes would need a Xenon Searchlight in each hand.

    Still, there are brief moments of clarity inside the Washington establishment. Having lied prolifically for months to the American public about the origins and conduct of the war in Ukraine, the media are now preparing the American, British, and other Western publics for Ukraine’s military collapse. It is long overdue.

    The Western media did everything in its power to give the Ukrainian defense the appearance of far greater strength than it really possessed. Careful observers noted that the same video clips of Russian tanks under attack were shown repeatedly. Local counterattacks were reported as though they were operational maneuvers.

    Russian errors were exaggerated out of all proportion to their significance. Russian losses and the true extent of Ukraine’s own losses were distorted, fabricated, or simply ignored. But conditions on the battlefield changed little over time. Once Ukrainian forces immobilized themselves in static defensive positions inside urban areas and the central Donbas, the Ukrainian position was hopeless. But this development was portrayed as failure by the Russians to gain “their objectives.”

    Ground-combat forces that immobilize soldiers in prepared defenses will be identified, targeted, and destroyed from a distance. When persistent overhead intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets, whether manned or unmanned, are linked to precision guided-strike weapons or modern artillery systems informed by accurate targeting data, “holding ground” is fatal to any ground force. This is all the more true in Ukraine, because it was apparent from the first action that Moscow focused on the destruction of Ukrainian forces, not on the occupation of cities or the capture of Ukrainian territory west of the Dnieper River.

    The result has been the piecemeal annihilation of Ukrainian forces. Only the episodic infusion of U.S. and allied weapons kept Kiev’s battered legions in the field; legions that are now dying in great numbers thanks to Washington’s proxy war.

    Kiev’s war with Moscow is lost. Ukrainian forces are being bled white. Trained replacements do not exist in sufficient numbers to influence the battle, and the situation grows more desperate by the hour. No amount of U.S. and allied military aid or assistance short of direct military intervention by U.S. and NATO ground forces can change this harsh reality.

    The problem today is not ceding territory and population to Moscow in Eastern Ukraine that Moscow already controls. The future of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions along with the Donbas is decided. Moscow is also likely to secure Kharkov and Odessa, two cities that are historically Russian and Russian-speaking, as well as the territory that adjoins them. These operations will extend the conflict through the summer. The problem now is how to stop the fighting.

    Whether the fighting stops in the early fall will depend on two key factors. The first involves the leadership in Kiev. Will the Zelensky government consent to the Biden program for perpetual conflict with Russia?

    If the Biden administration has its way, Kiev will continue to operate as a base for the buildup of new forces poised to threaten Moscow. In practice, this means Kiev must commit national suicide by exposing the Ukrainian heartland west of the Dnieper River to massive, devastating strikes by Russia’s long-range missile and rocket forces.

    Of course, these developments are not inevitable. Berlin, Paris, Rome, Budapest, Bucharest, Sofia, Vilnius, Riga, Tallin, and, yes, even Warsaw, do not have to blindly follow Washington’s lead. Europeans, like most Americans, are already peering into the abyss of an all-encompassing economic downturn that Biden’s policies are creating at home. Unlike Americans who must cope with the consequences of Biden’s ill-conceived policies, European governments can opt out of Biden’s perpetual-war plan for Ukraine.

    The second factor involves Washington itself. Having poured more than $60 billion or a little more than $18 billion a month in direct or indirect transfers into a Ukrainian state that is now crumbling, the important question is, what happens to millions of Ukrainians in the rest of the country that did not flee? And where will the funds come from to rebuild Ukraine’s shattered society in a developing global economic emergency?

    When inflation costs the average American household an extra $460 per month to buy the same goods and services this year as they did last year, it is quite possible that Ukraine could sink quietly beneath the waves like the Titanic without evoking much concern in the American electorate. Experienced politicians know that the American span of attention to matters beyond America’s borders is so short that an admission of defeat in Ukraine would probably have little or no immediate consequences.

    However, the effects of repeated strategic failures in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Syria are cumulative. In the 1980s, General Motors wanted to dictate the kind of automobiles Americans would buy, but American consumers had different ideas. That’s why G.M., which dominated the U.S. market for 77 years, lost its top spot to Toyota. Washington cannot dictate all outcomes, nor can Washington escape accountability for its profligate spending and having ruined American prosperity.

    In November, Americans will go to the polls. The election itself will do more than test the integrity of the American electoral process. The election is also likely to ensure that Biden is remembered for his intransigence; his refusal to change course, like Herbert Hoover in 1932. Democrats will recall that their predecessors in the Democratic Party effectively ran against Hoover for more than a half century. Republicans may end up running against Joe Biden for the next 50 years.

    Some Americans do get it. Too bad McGregor isn't influential in US policy making circles. As it is, the liberal 3/4 of the MSM calls him a traitor and a "kremlin-puppet". These people are stupid, right down to their bones. Razz

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    Post  Regular Mon Jun 20, 2022 3:06 am

    Isos wrote:
    Arkanghelsk wrote:There's BPLA in the top left corner which stands for Bespilotnie or drone

    I don't think this is a missile, but a suicide drone system

    The camera explicitly says BPLA

    Suicide drone can't attack building from the top... it's a missile. BPLA could mean something else. Actually bespilotnie means without pilot which a missile is.

    Those ships should have kept reasonable distance and not move anywhere without cover from coastal aviation, especially offshore patrol vessels which have no business being alone in the warzone

    Instead they just sent ships into the enemy fire range and hoped for the best

    And they don't seem to be acting over Odessa region with their air force where valuable targets are. Kalibr strikes have their limits.

    Bezpilotnik is doing the lasing/targetting, it is most likely newer Kh-29
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    Post  PapaDragon Mon Jun 20, 2022 5:19 am

    Backman wrote:
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    I guess there's still plenty of bitches among Russian decision makers  No


    She was exchanged for a dozen Russian special forces prisoners. Caveat emptor left that part out. Another one of his negative spin stories.

    Oh, really?

    And how the f*ck did ukrops​ manage to capture dozen Russian "special forces"?

    Were they special education forces by any chance? Because that's the only thing that could explain dozen of them getting captured




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    Post  Regular Mon Jun 20, 2022 5:29 am

    PapaDragon wrote:
    Backman wrote:
    PapaDragon wrote:
    I guess there's still plenty of bitches among Russian decision makers  No


    She was exchanged for a dozen Russian special forces prisoners. Caveat emptor left that part out. Another one of his negative spin stories.

    Oh, really?

    And how the f*ck did ukrops​ manage to capture dozen Russian "special forces"?

    Were they special education forces by any chance? Because that's the only thing that could explain dozen of them getting captured





    Russian TG groups said it was single Chechen and exchange was initiated by them. Or it could have been a gesture of good will, knowing how much backlash prosecuting females Russia got. Do you remember that Crazy Pizda helicopter gunner 8 years ago?
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    Post  GarryB Mon Jun 20, 2022 6:17 am


    That's why I have been writing the Buyanm class with TOR for a long time, before this operation. These ships are what NATO does with its frigates with the straps. Fleet protection!

    Russia and the Soviet Union have never used Corvettes for fleet protection... that is silly as most are equipped to defend themselves only.

    Destroyers and Cruisers are designed to defend other ships... frigates and corvettes look after themselves only.

    Ship procurement for Black Sea and fleet composition has been abysmal but they could have still offset it by using it properly

    They didn't

    You really go to pieces very easily... orc propaganda strong...

    Considering they are a peer enemy with full HATO support the performance of the ukrainian Navy has been abysmal, and all the talk about western C4IR support and surveillance and they really have been weak... ships claimed to be hit by missiles shown to have just caught fire, other ships claimed destroyed turning up safe and well in port, one ship caught fire after being hit by the only weapon that seems to have hit a Russian boat and that was a Tochka and was scuttled to prevent an explosion...

    Where is the abysmal in all this?

    Those ships should have kept reasonable distance and not move anywhere without cover from coastal aviation, especially offshore patrol vessels which have no business being alone in the warzone

    Instead they just sent ships into the enemy fire range and hoped for the best

    Best didn't materialize

    What ships... a landing ship carrying cargo and an ancient ship that was still operational because it was in a backwater area.

    A few tiny zodiacs and a Serna landing ship and everything else was made up bullshit.

    But the sky is falling anyway it seems...

    Suicide drone can't attack building from the top... it's a missile. BPLA could mean something else. Actually bespilotnie means without pilot which a missile is.

    A drone is a plane that can be flown any way a missile can fly... a drone sends back a video image of what its seeker sees...



    BTW @Sprut-B that cartoon would look better with angels offering heaven in the first image and then zombies and demons welcoming them to hell in the second image.


    about fucking time , Russian army fighting like a modern army. Using artillery and cruise missiles
    for all is retarded slow and ineficient. Took 3 months for them to show this.. better late than never.

    The fact that they reveal this information now does not mean they have just started to use these things now... they have been using the Mi-28 quite a bit so far.

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    Post  Arkanghelsk Mon Jun 20, 2022 6:39 am

    Regular wrote:
    Isos wrote:
    Arkanghelsk wrote:There's BPLA in the top left corner which stands for Bespilotnie or drone

    I don't think this is a missile, but a suicide drone system

    The camera explicitly says BPLA

    Suicide drone can't attack building from the top... it's a missile. BPLA could mean something else. Actually bespilotnie means without pilot which a missile is.

    Those ships should have kept reasonable distance and not move anywhere without cover from coastal aviation, especially offshore patrol vessels which have no business being alone in the warzone

    Instead they just sent ships into the enemy fire range and hoped for the best

    And they don't seem to be acting over Odessa region with their air force where valuable targets are. Kalibr strikes have their limits.

    Bezpilotnik is doing the lasing/targetting, it is most likely newer Kh-29
    No , this was already covered AS-UAS is the system designed for drone control, installed on board Mi28

    The system is integrated with the new IZD 305 missile or LMUR missile 

    This is the first combat recorded use of the missile


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    Post  ALAMO Mon Jun 20, 2022 8:37 am

    Big_Gazza wrote:
    Some Americans do get it.  Too bad McGregor isn't influential in US policy making circles.  As it is, the liberal 3/4 of the MSM calls him a traitor and a "kremlin-puppet".  These people are stupid, right down to their bones.  Razz

    Abraham Lincoln said once You can lie to a small group of people for a while, some people for long, but you can't lie to all the people, all the time.
    This is an old truth that ze Wezt forgot, having the truth machines like social media in its sole hands.
    They were producing reality for so long, that simply forgot what it is.
    Created own universe once, where they claimed themselves masters of it.
    Western values turned out to be the opposite of what was claimed.
    The reality was replaced by propaganda, history by interpretation, and real events by what we consider the rightful way.
    It had to ricochet, sooner or later. And create a resistance.

    If someone watched the situation with curiosity and attention, it was quite easy to connect the dots for a while now.
    The propaganda machine works the same, as it has the same programs implemented. Hashtags once created, are used for every circumstance, time, and place. If there is a good hashtag already in the air, it will be pumped up indiscriminately.
    Once created and served to the audience barrel bomb? Sure! Why one should not repeat that in a face of the most militarized country in the world, having stocks bigger than all the others combined? Yes, you silly shiteater, Russkies don't have the bombs anymore, that is why they need to improvise with steel barrels!
    The chemical weapon used when you are winning? But of course!
    Yes, Russkies are robbing toilets, and dragging the toilet bowls along with them, to the battle.
    They are raping every single person in the eyesight, let it be 80y/o, a newborn, or a male. We have here a 200k rapists gathered in one place, half of them perverted.
    Eat the shit, don't complain, you fuckin' Putin's agent!!

    The Project Ukro is falling apart, there must be someone to blame - aside from Putin of course.
    As we have the best weapon, the best command, the best tactics - let's find the guilty!

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    Post  Erk Mon Jun 20, 2022 10:04 am

    ALAMO wrote:...
    The Project Ukro is falling apart, there must be someone to blame - aside from Putin of course.
    As we have the best weapon, the best command, the best tactics - let's find the guilty!

    I certainly think the planners behind the Ukranian civil was should be rounded up and held to account for the murders they encouraged. Perhaps some witch burning for the Nuland etc. But seriously, theses people need to face court for their crimes against humanity.


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    Post  Sujoy Mon Jun 20, 2022 10:05 am

    RTN wrote: How...? It's a Zionist mafia group controlled exclusively by the state of lsrael. They are also playing a role in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
    No that's not what he said. He is referring to the Deep State. A network that runs several countries including the U.S and E.U. An example of Deep State is The House of Windsor. And the Deep State is profiting from the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_state

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    Post  ALAMO Mon Jun 20, 2022 10:41 am

    Erk wrote:
    I certainly think the planners behind the Ukranian civil was should be rounded up and held to account for the murders they encouraged. Perhaps some witch burning for the Nuland etc. But seriously, theses people need to face court for their crimes against humanity.

    The really scary part of this whole history is how little time is needed to zombify a nation.
    It took Hitler even less time to organize the first concentration camps.

    When we talk about pro-Russian territories now, there is one thing missing in the concept.
    Those parts of Ukraine were the subject of intense cleansing campaigns after 2014, that hit the most pro-Russian part of the society.
    People just left or were bullied, arrested, or missing. A really big wave of Ukrainian refugees flooded into Poland, Russia, and other neighboring states back then already, but ze Wezt decided that fact was non-existing.
    The stories told by the residents of Donbas are scary. That was an organized ethnic cleansing. People were arrested because of calling relatives in Russia. A city was given as a trophy to nazbatalions.
    It shocks me as a European, that the political "elite" of Europe degenerated to the level of not only accepting that, but acting with the support.
    They are turning Europe into a fascist state, just the way it existed before WW2. All the regimes along Europe were more or less fascist back then, and we all know how that has ended ...[/quote]

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    Post  Mir Mon Jun 20, 2022 11:37 am

    What I don't understand from these minor Baltic States is that they keep barking at the Russians - putting a huge target on their back.
    The "freedom" they fought so hard for will evaporate in a few seconds once WWIII starts dunno

    NATO’s ‘direct aggression’ against Russia means Moscow must defend itself

    https://www.rt.com/russia/557466-nato-engaged-direct-aggression-russia/

    The bloc is forcing Moscow to apply adequate self-defense, Andrey Klimov said after Lithuania blocked the transit of sanctioned goods to Russia’s exclave of Kaliningrad

    NATO member state Lithuania is now effectively engaged in “direct aggression” against Russia, senator Andrey Klimov argued in his Telegram post on Monday, citing Vilnius’ decision to stop the transit of sanctioned goods to Russia’s exclave of Kaliningrad.

    According to the Russian politician, who heads a commission for the defense of state sovereignty, by refusing to let certain goods pass through its territory to the Russian region, Lithuania has violated a treaty signed between Moscow and Brussels 20 years ago.

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    Post  Hinex1988 Mon Jun 20, 2022 11:52 am

    ⚡Russian Defence Ministry report on the progress of the special military operation in Ukraine (June 20, 2022)

    ◽Russian Federation Armed Forces continue launching attacks at military facilities located in Ukraine.

    💥Oniks high-precision missile launched by Bastion coastal missile system has striken Artsiz airfield in Odessa region. The attack has resulted in destroying a control station for Bayraktar-TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and 2 UAVs of this system on the ground.

    💥 Within the counter-battery warfare, 11 plattoons of Grad multiple rocket-launching systems have been neutralised near Kurtimovka, Ochertino, Tonenkoye, Sukhaya Balka, Novgorodskoye, Mayorovka, Otradovka and Zaytsevo over the past 24 hours.

    ◽In addition, 12 artillery plattoons of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) have been neutralised at their firing positions near Dzerzhinsk, Novgorodskoye, Nikolayevka, Leninskoye and Zaytsevo.

    ◽2 M777 155-mm howitzers and their crews have been eliminated near Podgornoye.

    ✈💥Operational-tactical and army aviation has neutralised 47 manpower and equipment concentration areas.

    ◽The eliminated targets include: manpower and military equipment near Vesyoloye, Privolchye and Bogorodichnoye (Donetsk People's Republic), a launching ramp of Buk-M1 multiple rocket-launching system near Seversk (Donetsk People's Republic), as well as illumination and observation radar of S-300 air defence missile system near Novodruzhesk (Lugansk People's Republic).

    💥Missile troops and artillery have neutralised 148 manpower and military equipment concentration areas of the AFU, 25 command posts, as well as 59 artillery units at their firing positions.

    ◽Attacks launched by aviation, missile troops and artillery have resulted in 450 nationalists, 13 tanks and other armoured combat vehicles, as well as 16 special vehicles.

    💥Russian air defence systems have shot down 1 MiG-29 of the Ukrainian Air Force near Apostolovo (Dnepropetrovsk region).
    In addition, 9 Ukrainian UAVs have been shot down near Alisovka (Kharkov region), Verkhnetoretskoye (Donetsk People's Republic), Grechishkino (Lugansk People's Republic), mound Mogila Kulicha, Tomina Balka and Chernobayevka (Kherson region).

    ◽9 projectiles launched by Uragan multiple-launching system have been intercepted near Malaya Kamyshevakha and Dolgenkoye (Kharkov region), Makeyevka and Avdeyevka (Donetsk People's Republic).

    📊In total, 208 airplanes and 132 helicopters, 1,260 unmanned aerial vehicles, 345 anti-aircraft missile systems, 3,696 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 576 combat vehicles equipped with multiple rocket-launching systems, 2,055 field artillery cannons and mortars, as well as 3,731 units of special military equipment have been destroyed during the special military operation.

    ◽The enemy suffers considerable losses during the special military operation.

    ◽Since May 19, during the month, only the 14th Mechanised Brigade of the AFU has lost 2,100 persons who resulted dead and wounded. Due to low moral and psychological conditions, 800 persons destined for replenishing the losses of this unit, refused to go to the operational area and accused officers of incompetence, bribery and cronyism in paying money allowance.

    ◽About 100 servicemen of a reconnaissance unit of the 10th Mountain Assault Brigade have been relieved of combat duty and transported to Kremenchug for investigation.

    ◽A considerable part of the commanders of the 30th Mechanised Brigade of the AFU have abstracted themselves from managing their units and refuse to fulfil combat tasks. All kinds of pretexts are used for simulating illness. The majority of units have already been left without any officers.

    #MoD #Russia #Ukraine
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    Post  ALAMO Mon Jun 20, 2022 12:01 pm

    Mir wrote:What I don't understand from these minor Baltic States is that they keep barking at the Russians - putting a huge target on their back.
    The "freedom" they fought so hard for will evaporate in a few seconds once WWIII starts  dunno

    They are barking, because someone allows that.
    The problem with Russia is that it really took a long time for them to learn, that they will never be accepted as a member of "civilized society".
    No matter what that means, BTW Laughing
    All the 90s, they have played a good doggie strategy, being kicked again and again. Mostly due to economic misery.
    That is something Margarita Simonyan expressed once, and that corresponds perfectly fine.
    It is not that the West wants to kill Russia or Russians. Make them disappear or something. No.
    They want them to be poor, irrelevant and hanging on the western good will and charity.
    That is why the 90s were considered as a perfect condition Russia should represent.
    Pushing Baltic chihuahuas for barking at Russia is just another step in humiliation.
    And it was Russia that allowed that for decades. Who was pumping the goods traffic towards the Pribalt harbors and rail system? Who was supplying them with inexpensive electricity? Who withdraw the armed forces from all over Europe, including Poland, or Germany?
    Those are the consequences.

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    Post  Erk Mon Jun 20, 2022 12:02 pm

    Mir wrote:What I don't understand from these minor Baltic States is that they keep barking at the Russians - putting a huge target on their back.
    The "freedom" they fought so hard for will evaporate in a few seconds once WWIII starts  dunno

    NATO’s ‘direct aggression’ against Russia means Moscow must defend itself

    https://www.rt.com/russia/557466-nato-engaged-direct-aggression-russia/

    The bloc is forcing Moscow to apply adequate self-defense, Andrey Klimov said after Lithuania blocked the transit of sanctioned goods to Russia’s exclave of Kaliningrad

    NATO member state Lithuania is now effectively engaged in “direct aggression” against Russia, senator Andrey Klimov argued in his Telegram post on Monday, citing Vilnius’ decision to stop the transit of sanctioned goods to Russia’s exclave of Kaliningrad.

    According to the Russian politician, who heads a commission for the defense of state sovereignty, by refusing to let certain goods pass through its territory to the Russian region, Lithuania has violated a treaty signed between Moscow and Brussels 20 years ago.
    So do you think Lithuania came up with this "bright" idea on their own, or were they put up to it by someone else thinking for them?

    Zerohedge also did a piece on it today
    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/eu-just-implemented-risky-anti-russia-measure-could-trigger-ww3-few-are-taking-notice


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