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Russia has HUNDREDS of years of experience in fighting wars
To a very large extent, the Russians repeated this patient, masterful tactic on the invading German Army in 1941, obtaining the very same results.
So, I guess I'll never be able to figure out if Russia is winning or losing. Amiright?
think Ukraine is spread thin intentionally and we do not know how many foreign fighters are on Ukraine's side like Polish special forces and mercenaries.
The Armaments manufacturers, the Big Banksters and the crooked politicians that are swimming in all of those $Billions that Dear Leader Biden has sent over by the boatload, much of it finding its way back here in the form of 'kick backs,' of course safely hidden in off-shore accounts.
Eric Holder says
It modern military thinking any unit losing 30% of its personnel is considered "combat destroye
What 'modern military thinking'? A DoD PowerPoint slide deck?
I guess he thinks Poland wants revenge more than it does a better standard of living, so he fears it will attack Russia someday?
"OK boys! We are already at 30% casualties. So according to future DoD bullshit, we can just stop fighting now!" - Genetal at the Battle of the Bulge
Russia bit off more than they could chew for essentially no reason. We could wipe them out with 100 traditional munitions/bombs overnight
Have you noticed that drone & missile attacks are not occurring INSIDE Russia?
This marks a very significant escalation of the conflict. No doubt, Ukraine, the pawn in the NATO/West chess game, will pay a heavy price in the interim.
Much more serious is this scenario; Russia has the world's largest cache of modern nuclear weapons. This war now appears to be spreading onto the mainland of
Russia. Russian leaders have repeatedly warned that the 'suppliers' of any weapon that is used on any attack upon Russian soil will be considered to be an enemy
combatant. Question: from what nation, or, nations, did Ukraine obtain these weapons that are being used to attack the mainland of Russia? How will Russia
retaliate against those that they now consider to be their direct enemy?
Long ago, this conflict morphed into something that is way beyond the scale of importance. Ukraine is an incredibly corrupt nation ... even the EU recognizes that t...
Euroweenies who will not send their little under-population-replacement darlings to die in Ukraine don't count in the numbers. Only those that have a realistic probability of being drafted, trained and deployed to actually fight, like Russian reservists, for example.
The Russians have been doing thus shit for centuries.
Russia is all hat and no cattle. They have already failed multiple shittests. Remember "Armageddon is inevitable if a single shell lands in Crimea"? How about "Kherson oblast is Russia now and will be forever and if Russian soil is attacked it will be defended by all means available, including nukes, THIS IS NOT A BLUFF"? Yeah, me too.
PS. The wundervaffe that hit strategic bomber bases was provided by country named USSR - these are old Soviet recon drones Tu-141 refit to carry explosive charge. I guess Russia will have to nuke itself now.
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If Russia wins, that would be an enormous blow to the elites that want to construct a despotic, totalitarian, One World Government.
From the article:
Ursula von Der Leyen’s did the unthinkable today — she told the truth. During a speech condemning Russia for committing war crimes, she noted in passing that 100,000 Ukrainian “officers” (sic) have been killed since the start of the SMO.
If the 100,000 dead number is true, then that means Ukraine’s total casualties — i.e., killed and wounded — is approximately 400,000. In other words, Ukraine has suffered almost 40% casualties since the start of the fighting. During the 20th Century, this type of modern warfare normally saw 3 wounded soldiers for every man killed. Using that ratio we get the 400,000 number for total casualties.
It appears that some Western analysts who previously pooh-poohed the Russian tactics, are finally beginning to realize that Russia is serious about de-militarizing Ukraine via methodical, grinding tactics. There will come a point when Ukraine runs out of men and cannot field a combat effective force. It appears that day is approaching.