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Yesterday, 12:50 PM
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Russia using Humane "delayed detonation" bombs to give Ukr soldiers a chance to flee.

What other country does this?



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Yesterday, 01:49 PM
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Yesterday, 06:29 PM
Post: #1983
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(Yesterday 12:29 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  RUSSIAN CHECHENS.. PREPARING TO ENTER UKRAINE

Those guys are volunteers from all over Russia. They are in Chechnya for training before going to Ukraine.

Serbian sniper and member of the DNR army for the last 8 years, Dejan Beric, has some really terrible news for everyone:




Quote:DB: Greetings friends.

Unexpectedly, two battalions of the Ukranian army, warriors from the Azov battalion and more of their colleagues from other battalions who are with them, have managed to cut thru our defenses and have made it to the center of Donetsk, where they have taken over an entire hospital.

Two battalions are a thousand people, and unfortunately over the next several days its possible that another thousand people will also cut thru and make it to Donetsk and Novoazovsk, and some have a chance to cut thru our entire line of defense (first layer, second layer, third layer) and make it all the way over the Russian border and to Rostov in Russia.

Why are Western and Ukranian media calling the surrender of soldiers an evacuation? Why are they so humble? They cut straight thru our defenses and have taken over Novoazovsk and Donetsk.

*wink* See you later.
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Today, 12:51 AM
Post: #1984
RE: Ukraine - Discussion Thread
The Kyiv Independent
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️Bloomberg: In first quarter, Russia’s economic growth ‘slowed down more than expected.’

According to Bloomberg, Russia’s GDP growth fell to 3.5%, despite forecasts of 3.7%, as the “initial impact of sanctions imposed following Putin’s invasion of Ukraine began to show up.”

9:34 AM · May 19, 2022

https://twitter.com/KyivIndependent/stat...gAZPcPJhGg



Julia Davis
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May 9
Russia's economy is not able to keep up with Putin's failing war against Ukraine. The situation is so dismal that even the most pro-Kremlin propagandists have been forced to acknowledge the grim reality of a pariah state fighting a war of aggression.

https://twitter.com/JuliaDavisNews/statu...u0f5IxuT4w
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Today, 12:55 AM (This post was last modified: Today 01:56 AM by pilgrim.)
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In his speech preceding the Victory Day celebrations across Russia on Sunday, President Vladimir Putin continued to promote the idea that his troops in Ukraine are fighting “to liberate their native land from the Nazi filth with confidence that, as in 1945, victory will be ours.” His portrayal of Ukrainians as Nazis rings so hollow that propagandists on state television have been struggling to justify the so-called “special military operation.” The description itself was meant to portray a nearly painless blitzkrieg, akin to the annexation of Crimea. Instead, it has turned into an ongoing bloody massacre and a slew of crippling sanctions.

Russia was so unprepared for this turn of events, both militarily and economically, that even the most pro-Kremlin propagandists have been forced to acknowledge the grim reality of a pariah state fighting a war of aggression.



During Friday’s live broadcast of 60 Minutes, retired Colonel Mikhail Khodaryonok made the stunning confession that even mass mobilization in Russia wouldn’t help alter the course of Putin’s stalled invasion of Ukraine. He admitted that Russia would be hard-pressed to replenish its mounting losses in Ukraine, and that sending masses to fight with outdated weapons would be counterproductive because Russia’s arsenal does not measure up to NATO’s top-notch weaponry.

“Let's imagine the drumroll, the sound of fanfare, and the mobilization is declared. How soon under this mobilization will we get the first fighter aviation regiment? We would get it by New Year's. We don't have the reserves, the pilots, or the planes so the mobilization would be of little help,” Khodaryonok said. “If tonight, we order new ships to be built, how soon will we get the first one? In two years! That's the deal with mobilization. If we set a goal of forming a new tank division, when would it be ready? I would say in at least 90 days. And it wouldn't be equipped with modern weaponry because we don't have modern weapons and equipment in our reserves.”
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