Regular wrote:Ok, who has any idea what munitions Ukrainians are using here?
It doesn't look like it's Javelin.
First time I am seeing this. Brimstone?
First of all, it is not top attack for sure, as it is described.
kvs wrote:Peski is full of 7 meter deep reinforced concrete bunkers like a lot of other points in Donetsk fortified by the regime since 2015.
All the smug yapping about how Russia's campaign is stalled is for retards. But the clowns in NATzO are starting to panic and
now we have Elensky being framed as the fall guy.
More and more uncomfortable questions are being asked.
For a while, a message to the audience contests the "democracy" of the Ukro regime.
Something that was unimaginable 2-3 months ago.
Now, the totalitarian face of the regime is described openly, even in MSM like Sky or Fox.
Winter is coming.
A much discussed "crop" issue has nothing to do with crops in reality, there is hardly any crop left in Ukro.
But undercover a much more important deal was signed. Russian-made fertilizers are being already shipped to the US, with silent acclamation by the UN. Money loves silence.
More and more Russian business is being excluded from the sanctioning list, let it be metallurgy, oil, agro ...
The German chancellor was busy searching for a missing turbine on his own, only to hear that it is not good enough now because Gazprom doesn't like it to be sanctioned
Nobody is discussing the Hungarian position toward Russian energy sources, and that has said openly that have no interest in making any kind of volta. Having a 10-year contract with $280, I wouldn't either
More and more countries will follow, first silently.
An the end of a road, what will be left is the most rusophobic countries in Europe standing alone.
And from the military perspective, Russkies did the opposite of what was planned for them for years by the NATO advisers.
They give a shit about public opinion pressure, a twitter war and all that shit, but doing their job like a bloody road roller.
Each day is bringing new toys to the frontline. A fun fact : in February, Ukro army had about 80 pcs of 9K58 Smerch.
Each Smerch is about 3x the combat potential of HIMARS.
They don't have Smerch anymore
Now consider the HIMARS wanking from this perspective
It is a commercial campaign, nothing more. Poland is bullshiting about acquiring 500pcs of it, which is an obvious joke but some will be purchased for sure. And all the other NATO member states will do. It is just business as usual.
More and more troops are battle-hardened. Casualties are minimal, keeping the spirit high. Public opinion in Russia runs patriotic havoc, for the first time in 40 years troops returning home are being greeted as heroes.
Russian MIC is running smooth, more and more echelons are dispatched from storage bases to the factories for reconstruction. 80 pcs of Pion 203mm cannons are missing from one of a storage bases, all of them already transferred to the factory for upgrade. This war can be as long as they want.