Russian Invasion of Ukraine 2022

A shopping mall that went up in very large explosion with a great deal of black smoke with audible secondary detonations....almost as if it was being used to store war materials.....
It was a version of home depot iirc.
So uh...stuff that normally is there.
Like fertilizer and things that go boom.
If I hit a Lowes same thing would happen
 
Two years in and you are still a partisan hack. If you had any honour you’d feel ashamed.
Only if Russia wins will he be happy.
I'm sire Ukraine could kick out Russia or ww3 starts and he would still be supporting Russia.

News flash, Russia would just send you to the front

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Totally an Ammo depot
 
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Here's the link Zachowon posted, and this echo's what I've heard elsewhere that Eastern Europe isn't going to let Russia win in Ukraine, even if it means sending their own forces in if Russia manages a serious breakthrough anywhere.
 
Need to use the embed link, not the straight URL link; for some reason the embed software doesn't display links that are 'x.com+whatever else', but need to still have the 'twitter.com+whatever' name in the link to work.


Here's the link Zachowon posted, and this echo's what I've heard elsewhere that Eastern Europe isn't going to let Russia win in Ukraine, even if it means sending their own forces in if Russia manages a serious breakthrough anywhere.
From painful experience, Eastern Europe knows what comes next if Russia is successful in Ukraine. And then of course there is the tantalising possibility of ending the three hundred year long Russian nightmare once and for all, which they are unlikely to pass up.
 
Only if Russia wins will he be happy.
I'm sire Ukraine could kick out Russia or ww3 starts and he would still be supporting Russia.

News flash, Russia would just send you to the front

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Totally an Ammo depot
Was that actual CCTV from inside the struck depot? Those poor bastards. :(
Need to use the embed link, not the straight URL link; for some reason the embed software doesn't display links that are 'x.com+whatever else', but need to still have the 'twitter.com+whatever' name in the link to work.


Here's the link Zachowon posted, and this echo's what I've heard elsewhere that Eastern Europe isn't going to let Russia win in Ukraine, even if it means sending their own forces in if Russia manages a serious breakthrough anywhere.
Russia needs to understand that even if they do somehow win in Ukraine and "conquer" it, Eastern European countries, especially Poland, are going to strike first against them, who have been bled dry by years of what's basically a meat grinder.

So, not only is a battered, tired, demoralized, and materiel stressed Russian Army going to up against fresh, well trained, well equipped troops, they'll also have to run constant counter-insurgency in Occupied Ukraine, too.

Russia's few allies in the region? They're the guys at a football match who unfortunately got seats in the middle of the other team's fans, so they're the only red in a sea of blue. How... awkward. :ROFLMAO:

There is no win for Russia here. None.
 
Perun released a new video discussing the shifting of Russian military leadership, including the replacement of Shoigu, as well as Colonel-General Lapin, the architect of the successful Russian withdrawal from Kharkiv in the Fall of 2022, being promoted to command the Leningrad (Not St. Petersburg) District far away from any active combat zone.

Also discussed the recent Russian offensives in the Kharkiv Area over the past few weeks as well and it's implications.


Zelensky visited Spain while that country announced a new military aid package for Ukraine which will include more Patriot Missiles for the Patriot Missile Systems Ukraine is already operating as well as more Leopard 2A4 Main Battle Tanks.


Ukrainian Drones Reportedly Struck a Russian Early Warning Radar Facility in Orenburg, over 900 miles away from Ukraine.


Number of Reported Disabled in Russia has increased dramatically by over thirty percent in recent years and it's being attributed by some to the ongoing Special Military Operation in Ukraine.


 
Leningrad (Not St. Petersburg) District
That's Democracy In Action, actualy :)
When a referendum was held over the name, the inhabitants of Leningrad the city voted for Sankt Peterburg (note the lack of "s"). The dwellers of the rest of the Oblast voted to keep the "old" name.
In American terms - think New York having a vote on the name, the city renaming itself Manhattan while the state keeps the old name.
 
With Canada being the latest, eleven countries have given Ukraine permission or no conditions regarding using their munitions and weapons to strike at Russia during this Special Military Operation.


Russian Ministry of Energy has stopped publishing fuel production statistics for some reason.


Russian Buk M1 Air Defense System Destroyed by a Ukrainian FPV Drone twenty kilometers south of Melitopol reportedly, over a hundred kilometers behind the front lines.


The Russian Orthodox Church is fully on board with the Special Military Operation still. Now promising resurrections for the fallen! Story actually gets wilder the deeper you read into the article.



This goes hand in hand with other reports of how the Russian Military and State have been working with the Russian Orthodox Church in purging other Christian denominations from Russian-liberated parts of Ukraine and been more active since the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church promoted the Special Military Operation in Ukraine as part of his "Russian World/Russkii Mir" teachings back in March of 2022.


 
Babysteps...


Counter battery fire and troop concentrations in one specific area but also avoid civilian infrastructure.

 
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