Big_Gazza wrote:Images of night strikes at infrastructure facilities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Nikopol. The RF Armed Forces set targets in the industrial zone, where the enemy camouflaged equipment and weapons.
Charly015 says they are due to strikes from Shahed 136 (Geranium 2) UAVs.
BTW notice the snow swirling around the camera? Winter is coming... and it will bring the Storm.
That cannot be snow. I have seen the same swirling particle effect in summer footage. It is some sort of dust and the camera is
really picking up on it since it is not zooming. But you are right, the winter will bring a major Russian offensive. By then the
Ukr army will have been hollowed out to a critical point. The Kiev regime is apparently throwing its forces from Odessa, the Kiev
region and other parts. The Russian strategy of absorbing the attacks while burning through Ukr cannon fodder is brilliant.
Gonzalo Lira makes a point that all the chicken little hysterics fail to grasp: an army loses when it no longer has the manpower and
equipment to put up enough resistance to enemy attacks. This critical depletion level is being quickly approached by the Kiev
regime and the regime will be hit with a Russian attack at this worst possible time. I expect Russia to roll barely opposed all the
way to the far western Ukr heartland around Lviv. I think Russia will pause there since this will be the last, last stand of the
Ukr ethno-fascists. That is their heartland.
But I have seen analysis where it is predicted that the ethno-fascists will not put up with much of a fight. They can't hide
behind untermenschen human shields like they do in the south and east.