Russian Invasion of Ukraine 2022

Join the US military and you’ll see how a typical conversation amongst enlisted easily goes south like this. Speaking from experience.
What do the soldiers want to go to war and capture POWs and make them into trap love slaves lol.

I'm legit surprised by the level of discipline displayed by the Russian soldiers towards civilians given that they are conscripts.
That may be because Putins propaganda that the Ukrainians are “brothers” so the war is about unification for them.
 
And here is Tucker's opinion on Zelenski, Putin, the Ukrainians and Biden/Permanent Washington's grift.
 
The Georgians weren't pushovers? Fought hard? They essentially abandoned their tanks and ran without a fight as I recall.

Ukraine is not broken yet, and so far seems to be capable of bloodying the Russian's nose just fine.
Yup, the Russians just took between one third and half the country and are within a few kilometers of its capitol in less than 24 hours. 😂
 
It seems like the bulk of Ukrainian force are tied up in Kiev, Donbass and Kharkiv, they are either barely holding on or getting overrun, Russian force are still almost unopposed in the south, Melitopol seems to have fallen and russian force are heading toward Zaporijia, probably to encircle the East, on the other side they are reaching Mykolaïv too.
Oh, and apparently Crimea got water now?
 
It seems like the bulk of Ukrainian force are tied up in Kiev, Donbass and Kharkiv, they are either barely holding on or getting overrun, Russian force are still almost unopposed in the south, Melitopol seems to have fallen and russian force are heading toward Zaporijia, probably to encircle the East, on the other side they are reaching Mykolaïv too.
Oh, and apparently Crimea got water now?
But it is surrounded by water ;)
 
I figured the Ukrainian strategy would of been to fall back to the Dnieper river and just hold the line.

Invading through Belarus and Crimea and traveling up the Dnieper gives them some advantages geographically. Ukraine had to defend hundreds of kilometers worth of border without actually fully mobilizing until the day before.
 
Invading through Belarus and Crimea and traveling up the Dnieper gives them some advantages geographically. Ukraine had to defend hundreds of kilometers worth of border without actually fully mobilizing until the day before.

I mean the armchair general in me says blowing all the bridges and retreating behind the Dnieper while throwing eastern Ukraine under the bus was their best strategy.
 

Do not believe a word from this site.

Heavy pro-Ukrainian bias.

He lists Ukrainian tank losses as a single T-64, when there was ample footage of a whole column of 8+ T-64s.

Also claims to only accept visual proof as evidence.

Ukrainians getting their PysOps going, it seems.
 
I mean the armchair general in me says blowing all the bridges and retreating behind the Dnieper while throwing eastern Ukraine under the bus was their best strategy.
Kiev is on the Dneiper so they can't abandon it, also if their goal is keeping those territories by fighting ceeding them to the Russians alongside a defensible piece of terrain is a very bad idea.
 
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