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Current Happenings:
>Russians control 50% of the mirodistrict 
>the RFAF assault groups advanced north of Kalinovka/Bogdanaovka area with some sources claiming the Russians crossed the Kanal and are fighting in the forest 

>Ukrainians are not just shelling Russia anymore but also Belarus border towns.
Russians are pushing West of Zolotarevka in  Siversk 
>The Ukraine  constantly counterattacks daily in Kharkov direction but no changes on map
>Krasnogorovka. The Russian Armed Forces are advancing in the city itself, as well as along the railway to the west.
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Link Dump: (documents equipment losses; strong Ukrainian bias)
Maps: (THETI maps: shows both troops deployments and conflict areas) (Weeb Union Map) (Daily updates) (Ukrainian propaganda map) (Intentionally up to a week old) (Russian propaganda map) (requires Russian social media account and Russian payment processors) (requires giving DPA $12/month now)

Channels: (Weeb Union - Shortest briefing but accurate) (THETI Mapping - More detailed briefings but sounds like a teen) (French Comedian/Historian) (Numbers and brief overviews of the day's news; no bullshit) ("Breaking news" Belarusian take on the war - Subject to Russian Army fanboyism sometimes) (Covers Economic matters in regard to Ukraine, updates on the frontlines, shorts, and other things) (Military and foreign affairs network; slightly pro-Ukrainian and uses militaryland maps allowing him to cover more specific military groups and pockets at the cost of less breaking news) (Least biased "breaking news" Reddit "OSINT" take on the war) (Patrick Lancaster reporting from Russian side) (Graham Phillips less personal more professional reporting from the Russian side) (Alexander Mercouris; Discusses the geopolitical issues of policies and their effects) (Singaporean take on the war - Typically a day or two old and shits on his userbase) (DPA's war-specific channel now) (Z) (counter-Z) (Z2) (Ukrainian propaganda channel)
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>also Belarus border towns
Belarus front when?
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>Ukrainians are using Yak-52 to combat Russian drones
Ngl it looks like it would be fun hunting drones in a prop fighter. Not to mention it's probably order of a magnitute cheaper than using SAM missile on an inexpensive drone.
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looks like either IL-2 or War Thunder, there is simply no way that's actually real.
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Whats next, pissing on ukrainians from jet powered biplanes?
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>war thunder IRL
>Build remote control tank, connect it to internet, firewall the shit out of it
>Offer to let people drive and shoot at Ukies for $50 a minute
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Making things remote controlled has been an easy task since the 40s. The problem is making this shit immune to jamming. And even then the lack of a crew would mean that even if the littlest thing breaks there will be nobody there to fix it. Something as simple as clearing a breach jam or replacing a broken vision port will be no longer possible.
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Case in point:
>Teletanks were a series of wireless remotely controlled unmanned tanks produced in the Soviet Union in the 1930s and early 1940s so as to reduce combat risk to soldiers.[1] They saw their first combat use in the Winter War, at the start of World War II. A teletank is controlled by radio from a control tank at a distance of 500–1,500 metres (0.31–0.93 mi), the two constituting a telemechanical group. Teletanks were used by the Soviet Red Army in the Winter War against Finland, fielding at least two teletank battalions at the beginning of the Eastern Front campaign in the Second World War.
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>calling Ambulances to force-conscript Paramedics
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This is fake, right?
What the fuck is wrong with these white niggers?
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Somewhere near Kiev
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reports from Kharkov direction:

The Russian army delivered a powerful blow to the northeast of Volchansk and advanced four kilometers in the direction of
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Avdevsko-Krasnoarmeyskoe direction: Russians advanced assault groups reached the southern outskirts of Novoselka-Pervaya
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Heavy battles in the microdistrict in Chasov Yar The Appartment are in the grey zone
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Russians are getting closer to cutting the highway
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Chasovoy Yar.
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The improvement plan of the Rostov-on-Don to Mariupol highway and railway almost complete. It should reduce Rostov-on-Don to Mariupol by about 300 km
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 FPV drones of the RFAF attacking a German Marder IFV while retreating from a AFU firing position near the dam north of the Karlovskoye Reservoir.
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Why do Russians keep owl posting? are owls suppose to symbolize something in slavland?
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Russians have 17 barges sitting west of the Kerch bridge
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Russian break though at Razdolovka and Russians have entrenched themselves along the railway in the direction of Vyemka
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Webm about the whole doctor/medic drama.
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>Warsaw has opposed the transfer to Ukraine of US Patriot missile defense systems stationed in Poland.

>Radio ZET asked the head of Poland's National Security Bureau, Jacek Severa, whether such a transfer should be carried out.

 >"No, definitely not. It is very dangerous to move the whole battery of Patriots. Poland's security is decreasing," he replied, adding that such media information was "alarming."
> Severa said he had requested a meeting on the subject with his U.S. counterpart.

>Germany will also not be able to transfer more Patriot installations to Ukraine, German Defense Minister Pistorius said.

 >"We will hand over a third Patriot system to Ukraine. So Germany is providing only 3 systems for Ukraine... This is a quarter of our own stockpile of such systems, there is already no possibility to hand over more. The others can probably give one each," the minister said in Brussels.
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>New U.S. sanctions against Russia have forced an immediate suspension of trading in dollars and euros on its leading financial marketplace, the Moscow Exchange 
>MOEX said share trading and money market trades settled in dollars and euros would also cease.
>The sanctions will hit the exchange's profits by slashing trading volumes. In May, total volume on MOEX was 126.7 trillion roubles ($1.43 trillion), up more than a third on the same month of the previous year.

Who the fuck is buying Euros and Dollars in Moscow? Did the oligarchs not learn from 2022?
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Pechenezhskoe reservoir, Kharkov region.
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Addressing the people of your country

Ukrainian military personnel increasingly began to record videos where, to put it mildly, they express dissatisfaction with fellow citizens who do not want to go to war. The fighter in the video threatens the residents of Ukraine that when he and his comrades return, they will “ask everyone who did not serve.”

"Bitch, every guy from my unit who returns home... he will ask each of you. You will personally report to him where you were, what you did, what donations you gave to whom. Let's see, fuck... You don't care *yes to everyone"
 - the fighter threatens.

🤔Apparently, conflicts between civilians and the TCC have actually grown into a conflict between the Armed Forces of Ukraine as a whole and the civilian population. It's not surprising. After all, even Ukrainian bloggers have been complaining for several months about the extremely low level of donations and support from the population. We are essentially observing a split in Ukrainian society.
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Sounds like Ukrainian AF is about to experience the Vietnam vet treatment x10.
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Buchankamaidan soon?
Russia clearly isn't doing enough collateral damage to weaken Ukrainian morale else they'd all be volunteering like the Germans of times past.
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Daily life in ukraine
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>weaken Ukrainian morale 
I think you mean 'backing them into a corner'. The average Ukrainian probably realizes that no matter whether Zelensky or Putin is ruler, times are going to be tough so dying in a war to ensure the current jew in is power rather than the new jew makes no sense.
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Novomoskovsk , Dnipropetrovsk
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Another room-tour of the barn from the Ukrainian Armed Forces militants, who continue to actively occupy the houses and their outbuildings of civilians to house personnel and ammunition
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Ukrainians complaining about the Ukrainian government
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>russian oligarchs

There is a little more to it, actually. USSR collapse caused a generation to believe that everything soviet and, by extension, everything domestic russian/ukranian/[insert post-soviet country name] is shit while everything american/west-european is great and superior. This is especially notable among the newly rich upper or middle class and low-income idiots obsessed with status. Those groups may even end up with a kind of cargo cult mentality praising the west while ignoring its flaws. Think of a white american liberal that hates USA, hates its history and achievements, worships niggers and wishes he wasn't white and male, then replace USA with [slav country]. It's the same cancer. They will keep putting their money into western financial systems until they lose it all in the next round of sanctions and then act astounded how it could have happened to them.
On the other hand, rational slavs are generally quite nihilistic about their countries. A 40 year old russian was born in a time when 120RUB a month was a good living wage, saw his parents pull several 1000RUB bills to buy ice cream in the 90s, thought things were looking up in 2000s as economy improved and banks had 1USD ~ 36RUB exchange rates, then got fucked over again and again with a cascade of sanctions - COVID lockdowns - war. There is not much faith in the future after all that, so people try to secure their savings by transferring their money into anything that doesn't drop every few years. USD and EUR got less popular now, but still used.
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meant for
Shitty translations of what they're saying:

second vid:
>russian army is again gaining new ground while ukrainian govt keeps saying that everything is fine
>quickly about the situation on the front, based on information from AFU
>yesterday the military public channel deep state reported that the russian army has started breaching the defensive line in the distance of 2.7km from Volchansk
>those aren't the kind of defensive lines that claimed to build: in fact they just stole the money assigned for building them but didn't build anything
>hence the russians walked into the region like it was their own and one thing they're good at is digging in
>again, it's 2.7km from Volchansk, NOT 2.7km from ukrainian defense line, where they are already setting up
>today info appeared that the russians have brought in reserves near Lypzi in Kharkov district and prepare the next attack
>also they have advanced near Volchansk and set up positions near the engine factory inside the town
>thus all claims from ukrainian govt that everything in Kharkov region is fine, the enemy is being pushed back and doesn't have the strength to attack turned out to be utter bullshit
>russian army has a simial level of success in Donetzk region
>deep state channel reports russian gains near Vyimka, Karlivka, Novopokrovskoe, Staromayorskoe, Krasnogorje, Kita, Nevelskoe fuck if I know how to spell any of that in english
>see more details and maps on my channel
>overall nothing has changed: ukrainian govt under illegitimate president Zelensky keeps telling that everything is fine and russians aren't making any progress, but the reality is completely different
>russians keep gaining ground, positions and advancing further
>this, one again, shows that it doesn't make any sense to keep talking about borders from 91 or borders from 22. We must talk about today's borders because these borders keep shrinking each day.

second vid:
>in Odessa, a ТЦК member TL note: it's one of those recruiters grabbing people was caught taking a $3000 bribe
>he was taking men from busses and city streets
>the plan was foolproof: he would grab a guy, drag hims into a bus and then ask for "meager" $3000 to not issue a recruitement order
>however, he likely didn't share the profit with his higher-ups, so he was dumped
>can you imagine what kind of corruption is going on in ТЦК?
>if that's the lowest grunt level, what kind of money is going around at the top?
>and all that is sanctioned by Zelensky and his team

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>do you what is a TCK guy's worst nightmare?
>that the war ends and the people he sent to the front return
>they understand quite well that physical strength and whatever guns they have aren't enough to stop everyone

first vid:
>friends, look what they're doing: rat out a draft dodger, get an award
>but two can play that game
>why don't we do it too?
>you can post on tiktok from a new account: my neighbor is in ТЦК, lives at address so and so, his car is such and such and he parks it over there
>that's it, no need to do anything else: partisans will take care of it
>why don't we play this game too?

second vid:
>who backs the legitimacy of ukrainian president in his post?
<legitimacy of president Zelensky is given by the people of Ukraine
>would the people of Ukraine vote in support?
<I, too, support
>we're fighting for the freedom of Ukraine, right?
<our people are free, freedom-loving, that's what we're fighting for
>ok, so I'm asking the free people of Ukraine: do you really support the legitimacy of the president?
>answer in the comments

third vid:
>I'd like to tell Gen. Marchenko:
>how about you shut the fuck up?
>who is sovok here? Us? TL note: it means "USSR leftover", roughly. Sovok (совок) is used to describe the USSR in a negative way. Applied to things or people it says that it's soviet shit or stuck in soviet ways.
>aren't you afraid to piss your pants if this "sovok" grabs you by the balls?
>we're defending our country while you're relaxing in Kiev covered by air defense
>so why don't you go fight and show how much of a general you really are?
>for how many millions did you buy that rank?
>generals are those officers, soldiers and sergeants that fight at line 0
>you're not a general, you're a faggot and an outcast from Ukraine
>god willing, when the war ends we'll seat generals like you on spikes right over that barricade
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>that the war ends and the people he sent to the front return
The hohols are going to holocaust their goverment if they don't escape to Poland when everything collapses.
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Romania builds up airborne reconnaissance forces and assets 

The Romanian Armed Forces are holding the acceptance of the first Bayraktar TB2 BPAK until August. This is the first batch ordered by the Romanian Defense Ministry from Turkey in April 2023. The second set will be delivered in September 2024 and the third in January 2025. In total, the ground forces will receive 3 Bayraktar complexes with 6 UAVs in each (a total of 18 drones worth $321 million). The delivery also includes ammunition, initial logistical support and equipment for training and exercises.

The unprecedented expenditure for the Romanians is attributed to "the complex regional and global security environment, the evolving geostrategic situation in the Black Sea region."

Given that Russia is in awe of NATO drones over the Black Sea, thus expanding the Alliance's intelligence capabilities in the region. It is likely that the Romanian Bayraktar will be used to monitor the Black Sea Fleet.
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Sukhoi Design Bureau is on fire in Moscow
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Belgorod Shebekino. .
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The use of air conditioners in Ukraine is a crime against Ukraine.
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MQ-4C "Triton" drone patrolling the Black Sea crashed off the coast of Romania due to bad weather.
 Some suggesting it wasn't the weather that caused the crash.
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>Telegram spergs are capable of acting as rather effective moles in an ongoing war between major world powers
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I only know of Hegel's owl of Minerva. Perhaps the Russians are implying they are finishing strong, or are celebrating their strong finishing of this conflict? I think the owl symbolizes dusk beyond Hegel which is probably why Hegel latched on to it. 
Wasn't there supposed to be a Russia breakthrough to Kharkiv? I looked on Google but it is just the usual kikery about how Ukrainians killed 6,000,000 Russians in one day.
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This is why I hope the Ukrainian soldiers continue to get massacred. They are petty, resentful scum. If you didn't want to serve and you want to project about it, you should have been smarter and avoided the pigs.
>Russians keep owl posting
They have a somewhat popular expression/idiom "you're pulling an owl over the globe", it's to accuse someone of stretching the truth, making bad/false conclusions, or (more charitably) wishful thinking. not sure if related to proofster
>owl of Minerva
This one is much more contemporary - from last 20 years or so.
>We are essentially observing a split in Ukrainian society.
>what is euromaidan
>who is stepan bandera
Strelok, the split occurred some half a century ago.
>generator go brrrrr
>USSR collapse caused a generation to believe that everything soviet and, by extension, everything domestic russian/ukranian/[insert post-soviet country name] is shit 
Cart is before horse.
>Those groups may even end up with a kind of cargo cult mentality praising the west while ignoring its flaws.
Sorry, were you referring to the sovietbros or the westoids?
>Think of a white american liberal that hates USA, ...
Nice strawman.
>A 40 year old russian was born in a time when 120RUB a month was a good living wage, saw his parents pull several 1000RUB bills to buy ice cream in the 90s, thought things were looking up in 2000s as economy improved and banks had 1USD ~ 36RUB exchange rates
Today's RUB was created by re-denominating the RUR (Russian ruble) 1000RUR:1RUB in 1998, that's after RUR hyperinflated from <10 to 5000 against the USD.
The 1USD=36RUB rate from the 2000s comes out to 1USD=36000RUR=36000SUR (Soviet ruble), the value never recovered, not even close, quite the opposite akshually.
>every guy from my unit who returns home
Yeah sure, all zero of you. Although maybe they will give you a medical leave if you lose both legs, your right hand, and an eye. Good luck kicking anyone's ass in that condition ZOGbot.
Maybe donations are just a kind thing people do and not a tax? And people are less inclined to do kind things when threatened with conscription if they dare to go outside. This is just silly.
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The RFAF Advance in Novopokrovskoye and towards Novosyolovka 1st? *Translation is weird * in Avdeyevka Direction
>Ukrainians protesting LGBTFAGGOTS+
I'm confused, is this not what they wanted, the western values?
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After July 16, summonses in Ukraine will arrive by mail - Speaker of the Ministry of Defense Dmitry Lazutkin.
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first image: sentence 8 years for leaking the transfer and positions of NATO weapons
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Where is this? Kiev streets and metros are flooded
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Maripol or something like that, I think.
If I was literally Putler I would have sent some ships to Cuba already in late 2021, maybe that together with the exercises next to the Ukrainian border would have been enough to make the west back down.
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are you retarded
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>I'm confused, is this not what they wanted, the western values?
They made a Faustian bargain and didn't read the fine print.
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Didn't see that one coming.
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Russians seem to believe that Ukrainians will lauch a counter-offensive in Kharkov soon, they've reported to have observed equipping second and third echelon formations with heavy equipment.
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Absolutely ebin.
Do they plan to dig tunnels to Belgorod for tacticool reddit maneuvers?
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counter-offensive in Kharkov soon
The Russians have also took over some of the islands in Dnepr. A Kherson counter-offensive might be happening soon.
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Chasov Yar
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Saratov, Russia
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Houthis attacked and sank a Ukrainian ship
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bridge in the Kupyansk sector
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US merc died
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Russians have already fortified their gains in Kahrkov,  and might be luring Ukrainian Army to commit another Summer Offensive ideally with the same outcome.
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>The enemy is spreading information about the alleged encirclement of "Sever" group units in the area of the Aggregate Plant, citing some unknown war correspondents.

>Based on data from a map associated with a GUR resource, someone mistakenly concluded that our fighters are encircled, which is not true. The "Sever" fighters fully control the approaches to the plant and are supplying the assault units with everything they need.

>Enemy propaganda is once again presenting wishful thinking as reality, trying to divert attention from their unsuccessful attempts to dislodge the Fearless from their positions. To do this, the enemy uses their controlled resources, masquerading as Russian and allegedly linked to the "Sever" group.

>Be vigilant, filter, and critically evaluate information from dubious sources! Together we will win
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>first pic
They really pushed that shit for clicks and subscribes in jewtube.
okay literally who?
>Ukrainian Army to commit another Summer Offensive
It's becoming a new annual tradition!
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>Ukrainian armed forces and police organized a pogrom at a youth camping site in Transcarpathia.

>Blogger Anna Gurieva was at the camping site and reported that 20 militants, half in military uniform and half in police uniform, approached a company of young people camping in nature. They had no identification marks on them and did not provide any documents.
>"Kidnapping people, damaging property, psychological and physical violence - such is it, Transcarpathian hospitality... They went around the meadows, broke tents and huts, smashed solar panels and musical instruments, threatened to set everything on fire. They would burn us together with our dwellings," Anna said.
>The youth were not suspected of anything, they just demanded that they disperse without explaining why
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> "Troubles continue": AFU troops are dying in a semicircle near Ugledar
>Ukrainian military analysts are sounding the alarm: the AFU fighters have been in a semicircle for several weeks now, with their supply routes under the control of Russian forces.
>Right now, one of the units near Vladimirovka is in trouble.
A neighboring battalion has concealed the loss of positions, which has put another unit (but attached to the same battalion) in a very difficult situation.
 The commander does not give permission to leave for several days, hoping to further hide the loss of positions. The men must be saved!
Of course, this is all IPSO, and the information is a figment of my sick imagination, and in this sector in general "everything is calm". But we have no right to fuck up our units like this!" - Ukrainian military propagandists write.
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The Russian military hit a (!) group of Ukrainian Armed Forces soldiers with a kamikaze drone "Lancet-3" in Volchansk, Kharkov region.
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Any change you have the video?
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I don't have it
The head of NATO has declared that China should pay for "propping up Putin's War".
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Umanskoe in the DPR.
as expected what he would say at the end of the Swiss summit. It did not nothing but blamed Russia and China.
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The state of “fortifications” in the Sumy region
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Ural anti-drone Cage at work. as you can see they drove off no problems at all after getting hit.
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The cage did nothing, that drone hit low, around the bumper
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Looks like it hit the floor, since almost everything in front of the truck is intact.
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He died for the Kike.
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which one?
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The hohol kike.
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meant to post this
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View from the roof of Avdiivka coke plant.
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Dnieper hydroelectric power station
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Статус: Уничтожен
Место:  н.п Дарьевка, Херсонская область
Дата: 24.02.2022
only 25%? that has to be a record low.
Ukrainians seem to be having some success in pushing back Russians from Volchansk and surrounding localities. Russians continue to make gains on Zaporozhie and Donetsk front.
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Not just Zaporozhie and Donetsk front. but also Kupyanszk-Kreminna Front. Western media is talking about it. see >>2806 >>2800
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>unexpected blow: Russian Army breaks through to New York and Toretsk, advancing by 2 km
>Russian troops yesterday launched an unexpected offensive and broke through enemy defenses, advancing from Gorlovka to Toretsk.
> After massive air and artillery strikes, armored groups began assault operations in five areas, in the directions of New York, Northern/Kirovo (reaching its outskirts), Southern and Alexandropol.
>Ukrainian military analysts again recognize the success of our troops:
>On the Toretsk direction, the enemy advanced from the Mayorsk KPVV to the eastern outskirts of the village of Pivnichnoye, occupying a pumping station and a section of the railroad to a depth of up to 1.83 km.
Active hostilities and mutual artillery fire continue," they wrote.
▪️ The DS resource working for the GUR also reports that Russian troops have advanced from the direction of the former Mayorsk checkpoint towards the villages of Druzhba and Severnoye.
>This direction leads directly towards Toretsk.
>Another advance is between Alexandropol and New York.
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Belgorod shelling
The russian  Lugansk People's Republic Square near the Birtish embassy. Over the last few days, Russians took 100 %complete control over Lugansk Oblast  expanding control over 670 sq KM of territory in two weeks. Lugansk Oblast   will been offical rechristen as  Lugansk People's Republic by the RuMod
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>The russian  Lugansk People's Republic Square near the Birtish embassy.
The street near the British embassy will be changed to Lugansk People's Republic Square
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>The US is looking for partners to build a railroad to a military airfield near Lviv. The 14th Air Corps of the Ukrainian Armed Forces used to be based there.

>The U.S. Agency for International Development is inviting interested companies or consortia to submit an application by July 1, 2024, to rebuild a 75-kilometer section between Lviv and the Mostiska II freight station.

>According to the project, the entire section will be upgraded to the European standard (1435 mm) in order to avoid changing bogies when transporting goods from the EU.

>Now the infrastructure of the airfield is used by the international airport of Lviv named after Daniel Halytskyi, which is not functioning since the end of February 2022.

>Earlier we reported that the incorporation of Ukraine's logistic routes into NATO's infrastructure in preparation for war with Russia has already begun.
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2nd video is in Borovaya settlement, Kharkiv region,
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the third video has to be a fake, it looks like a 240mm mortar from a Tuplan or it could be one of those OFAB-1500s (the tail does not match tho). If it did blow up, this guy, his buddy, the camera, nothing is going to survive the explosion.
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Kiev Bridge Part of the bridge collapsed onto the roadway on Zhilyanskaya Street.
It's hard to tell what is real sometimes, sorry if I send some false stuff
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stop the trucks, stop TUK BOY
Yeah, the third video explosion is fake, they have used that same explosion in different videos.
>how it started
>throwing molotov cocktails at slav tanks
>how is it going
>throwing molotov cocktails at hohols trucks
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>starting such a parade to greet a senile guy that comes just to beg for your old guns
Little China is being a good puppet as always.
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1 and 2) Krasnodar and Adygea
 3-4 ) Platonovskaya oil depot Tambov region
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Ukrainians revolted against mobilizer's by blocking the Ternopil - Lviv highway
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in case people missed it or didnt read it, Russia used the FAB-3000 for the first time. Its the second video. Caption says its ODAB-3000 which means its a 3000kg thermobaric bomb. FAB is just the regular HE fragmentation bombs. Allegedly only the Tu 22 can drop these, its too much even for a Su-34
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Belarusian bloggers are warning of Ukrainians shelling the country unfortunately I don't have any video or pictures.

>The State Border Committee of Belarus notes the increase of the AFU forces on the border: Bradley and special forces of the State Security Service of Ukraine (GUR) have been deployed.

>American BMP Bradley, HIMARS multiple rocket launchers, M777 howitzers, Cheetah self-propelled air defense systems and other weapons have appeared in the area of responsibility of the Zhytomyr border detachment.
>The Committee warned Kyiv against provocations.
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There is an oil refinery right at the border right? Looks like ukrainians are desperate enough for oil to try and open another front.
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>They're all human, we send the bodies back home to their homeland
This line would never be uttered in the Balkans. It's far more likely that the corpses would be turned into burger patties for the prisoners than being cleaned up and shipped back home.
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>highway blockades
Think NATO might send some foreign mercenaries that don't exist to peacefully disperse them?
>everyone thought Putler might open a second front to cut off the Lemberg supply hub from the capital, either deliberately or in response to Hohols accidentally a missile on Belarusian territory except without the imminent threat of Article 5 fun times
<instead Hohols could very well open the front for him to grab oil on the other side of the border
Ardennenoffensive taimu?
How many months could direct Belarusian involvement shave off the Ukraine sneedrun, and will WoT get banned for anti-globalism in the Western sphere?
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Interview with the guy that stole a hohol tank.
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I have seen this video in two different pages, guess I will post it.
They say that it is a hohol that surrendered and was being guided by a slav drone, than a hohol drone killed him.
How the fuck do you know who is who?
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>Russians used a FAB-3000 for the first time
So the answer to the problems of modern warfare might be just a bigger boom.
>highway blockades
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New possible markings just dropped. Speculation is Sumy region. 

Personally I have my doubts that Russians are gonna launch a new offensive ,unless Kharkov offensive is some sort of big brain 5D chess maneuver to provoke UAF counter offensive there.
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Russian Gains in Toreszk direction
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Second part of the story of the soldier, they tried to give him stuff for him to survive, but they say that at the end he died and couldn't get out.
Strelok, could you at least grace us with a machine translation? I can just about spell out words written in Cyrillic, but I have no idea what any of them means.
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Corrected deepl translations. Reading ukrainian is like trying to understand scottish accent.

General Sodol, the head of the eastern front, committed another crime: a breakthrough to Toretsk. Now we have lost the positions we had since 2014. Intelligence warned us. A day before a possible breakthrough, Sodol withdraws a brigade and deploys a unit that has already suffered losses and has reduced combat capability. By now, events are developing in such a way that they're close to getting the highway entrance. There are no prepared fortifications again! Fighting in Sumy.

It's already online, but not in the lying staff reports.
Lies of the headquarters = our defeat.
Lies = death.

It seems that General Sodol is not only criminally negligent, but also intentional, working for the enemy.

Is Syrsky an accomplice or does he not control the situation?

I met with an employee of the State Emergency Service.
I heard terrible information.

"Before the 'talking heads' could talk about the initiative to mobilize rescuers, the rescuers started receiving 'offers' from the management to 'write in voluntarily' and join the 'Rage' battalion." I am quoting verbatim what the firefighter told me.
Some people called this decision "madness" and " lawlessness". But it is even worse.
This is another well-planned sabotage, and its perpetrators are well known to all of us. Once again, I am convinced that "everything is going according to plan".
What to do? We know what to do. And we will do so exclusively within the framework of the current legislation of Ukraine. As we have always done.
I have always stood on the side of justice and will continue to do so. I have been helping everyone who asked for help and will continue to do so.
An employee of the State Emergency Service came to me for help. Soon there will be many more of them. And I will help them too, as I have already helped many hundreds of military personnel and victims of the arbitrariness of the TCC.
P.S. On this occasion, I wish the whole "ze-clique" Zelensky and his team to drown in their own bile.
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>Many people ask themselves why Ukrainian families, without much resistance, send their boys to die in the meat grinder that is the conflict in Donbas. It would seem that every country, every family will always do everything to protect their loved ones from a terrible death on the battlefield.

>Many people ask themselves why Ukrainian families, without much resistance, send their boys to die in the meat grinder that is the conflict in Donbas. It would seem that every country, every family will always do everything to protect their loved ones from a terrible death on the battlefield.

>This is the case everywhere, but not in Ukraine. It is an open secret that most Ukrainians think that it simply pays well. Relatives of every soldier who died in the war in Ukraine can receive from the state a one-off compensation of up to 15 million hryvnias (approximately PLN 1.5 million) or financial assistance in connection with the death of a soldier in the amount of 750 times the subsistence minimum. The amount of aid is influenced by the circumstances of the soldier's death. If he died in combat at the front, his relatives are entitled to a payment of UAH 15 million. This is 3 times more than the death of a US Army soldier, where the compensation is USD 100,000! In Russia, they pay about 5 million rubles for the death of a soldier, i.e. about PLN 230,000. PLN, plus an additional pension and other family benefits. In Poland, in the event of the death of a soldier on active military service, his family is entitled to severance pay. The amount of severance pay is equivalent to three months of a soldier's salary, including all permanent allowances. However, if the soldier's death was related to his military service, the amount of severance pay increases to the equivalent of six months' salary. So a Polish soldier will get 15,000. PLN normal, and in the case when his death was related to service, about PLN 30,000.
If a serviceman in Ukraine died during military service, but not in combat, the amount of compensation will be lower. One-time cash assistance is also paid in the event of the death of a serviceman during martial law or as a result of a wound/concussion/injury/injury occurring during martial law, in defense of Ukraine, during participation in hostilities or other events, in particular on the "territory of Ukraine" temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation", no later than one year after the wound/injury or other damage occurred.
The following persons are entitled to a one-time cash benefit: one of the spouses who survived the deceased; parents (adoptive parents) of the deceased, if they are not deprived of parental rights in relation to him; grandchildren of the deceased, if their parents died at the time of his death; children of the deceased (including those conceived during the deceased's lifetime and born after his death); children in relation to whom the deceased was deprived of parental rights; a woman (man) with whom the deceased lived in the family, but was not married (unless this fact is confirmed by a court decision); persons dependent on the deceased. Dependents are members of the deceased's family who benefited from his full support or received assistance from him, which was a permanent and main source of income for them. Such people may include: disabled adult children; adult children up to 23 years of age who received maintenance for their studies; brothers, sisters, grandchildren up to 18 years of age (or older), if they became disabled before the age of 18 and were fully supported by the deceased.

>In 2024, Law of Ukraine No. 3515-IX on amending certain legal acts of Ukraine on the establishment and payment of a one-time cash allowance expanded the list of persons entitled to a one-time cash allowance in the event of a person's death in connection with the performance of military service obligations or other matters. The following are now entitled to one-off cash assistance: small children; minor; adult children with disabilities; disabled widow (widower); disabled parents of the deceased.
As mentioned, the family of every soldier who died in defense of Ukraine during the "full-scale" war is entitled to one-time cash assistance in the amount of UAH 15 million. The procedure for granting and paying one-off cash assistance to families assumes that the money is not paid once. The state first pays 20% of this amount, and the remaining amount is distributed monthly for the next 40 months. The one-off benefit is divided in equal parts among all family members entitled to this benefit. The remuneration is divided into parts: first - 20% of the amount, and then monthly fixed amounts: first payment - 1/5 of the amount awarded; second part - the remaining part of the unpaid amount (4/5 of the amount granted) is payable monthly, in installments, for the next 40 months. — So, in the first stage, UAH 3 million (PLN 300,000) is paid, then - UAH 300,000 per month (PLN 30,000). This amount is divided proportionally depending on the number of family members of the deceased.
Family members entitled to compensation may benefit from it from the date of death or the death indicated in the death certificate. — If the person entitled to receive the payment refuses or does not exercise his right within three years, the compensation will be distributed among other persons who are entitled to a lump sum payment.

>Payments are made on the basis of documentation received from the military authorities, which is a huge inconvenience for many, and there is also enormous corruption. It should be noted that in the case of informal relationships, receiving compensation involves a lengthy court process.

>The amount of compensation promised by the Ukrainian state for the death of a soldier in the amount of UAH 15 million may be shocking (PLN 1.5 million), as it differs significantly from this type of compensation in the world. Compared to the death of a US soldier, the family of a Ukrainian will receive as much as 3 times more, and a Russian as much as 6.5 times more; Poles even 50 times more. For the amount of UAH 15 million, theoretically, the heirs of a fallen soldier can buy up to five apartments in the center of Kiev.

>How is this possible in a country where the average pension is UAH 5,385, or PLN 540 per month, and the state is in arrears with payments to some groups of retirees? The fabulousness of this amount and the unreliability of the Ukrainian government's payments make us take a closer look at the matter, because it seems that we are dealing here with the creation of a myth that the government serves to Ukrainian soldiers and their families in order to psychologically force them to fight in Donbas. Because let's be honest, a soldier who receives a promise from the state in the contract that his family will receive exceptional remuneration in the event of his death and then will be decently secured for over 3 years - is able to rely on the unknown fate of the war and bear the risk without any major resistance. death. The amount of compensation also proves that the Ukrainian authorities, with the help of their Anglo-Saxon advisors, have well profiled the psychological portrait of the average Ukrainian, in which it is not patriotism that plays the most important role, but economic incentives. In Ukraine - one of the poorest countries in Europe - money is the only determinant of social status and for it Ukrainians are able to do practically anything. Also die in war. For many residents of Ukraine, especially from the poorer - western regions - compensation for death has also become a way of life. The media has repeatedly revealed shocking cases of conscripting handicapped people, those with defects and disabilities into the army. Their relatives enlisted in the army so that - counting on the unfortunate people's death - they could get a fair amount of compensation from the state.

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>Finally, it is worth asking whether the Ukrainian state is able to fulfill its promise to pay such excessive compensation? You can answer without hesitation that this is not possible in the long run. All you need is a simple economic calculation. Counting only those killed in the battles in Donbas, that is about 500,000 dead (other estimates are 700,000 dead), this gives us an annual amount of about 1,500,000,000,000 UAH (3 million UAH per year for 3.5 years per 1 killed) and so about USD 40 billion/year, i.e. about 50% of the current budget of Ukraine. This is approximately how much Ukraine spends on armaments annually. It is obvious that the Ukrainian state is not able to pay such money, and we still have compensation for disabled people, widows, etc. and other costs. The total cost of existing death liabilities is USD 165 billion – an astronomical amount.

>We see, therefore, that the promises made by Kiev have nothing to do with the financial reality of the state. Ukraine is not able to pay such sums for the deaths of its soldiers in the long run, unless it devalues ​​the hryvnia or receives huge external aid. The Kiev authorities deliberately deceived the citizens, buying the death of thousands of citizens for beautiful promises. These promised compensations are a simple financial pyramid scheme in which only the first ones will get something - the rest will be happy. In the worst case scenario, you can always print billions of empty hryvnias and rob everyone without exception. But apparently this is what Zelensky and his Western principals had in mind from the very beginning. Ukrainians are used to constant cheating by successive administrations, but they are extremely sensitive when it comes to financial matters, and this may herald another Maidan in Kiev.\


It's in written in polish

td:dr  realities on the 15 million hryvnias compensation
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The Odessa Regional Council refused to grant reservations to specialists of socially important professions, such as ambulance staff, agrarians and IT-specialists. Instead, the deputies proposed to book employees of private security agencies, implying that in the future they will need personal protection due to possible discontent of the population. 

U.S. restrictions put key Russian air bases out of firing range, officials say
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hospital of the Main Directorate of the National Police of Ukraine in the Kharkov region has been destroyed.
What happened?
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allegedly a Russian got assassinated somewhere in Ukraine, I don't know specifics but russian channels are claiming ukraininans are posting this scare off the Russians.
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>hmmm we are getting thoroughly assraped and we lose ground every day, what should we do?
>I know! We will piss off the Russians even more!
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Apparently, today the Ukrainians struck a beach in Crimea which was full of civilians with western long range missiles, possible ATACMS. Russians claim the US Reaper drone was observing the site before the attack.
120+ injured, including 27 kids, several dead so far, numbers will probably increase as tally is still being counted.
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>hmmm how do we make sure our soldiers will be executed on sight Cartel style every time they get taken prisoner? 
>I know, let's bomb Russian civilians and make the enemy hate our guts more than ever before!
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It sounds like a bunch of explosions, so either the audio is a bit strange or they used a cluster warhead to make it even more democratic and free.
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The soldiers are probably going to hate each other more but I doubt it will lead to any kind of change of rhetoric within Russian goverment. Few bloggers are gona make threatening post, so will Medvedeb but that is probably be as far as it gets.

It was reported to have been a cluster warhead, Russians say UAF lauched 5 ATACMS with cluster, all of them being shot down but some of them desintegrated in the air and still hit beach with dispersed uncontrolled bomblets. Honestly that would explain why the casulties were relatively low.  Cant imagine the body count if the rocket hit as intended.
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This was already fact-checked and debunked by CNN and other news organizations, but nice try. Even a quick Google search will show that nothing like this has happened, either recently or in the past few years.
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Post debunking
>machine translation?
I tried google's new AI OCR/translator on it but it just gives back a bunch of nonsense
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>This is 3 times more than the death of a US Army soldier, where the compensation is USD 100,000! 
>and so about USD 40 billion/year, i.e. about 50% of the current budget of Ukraine.
I never understood why US pays out such a pittance to families considering how few service members die and how vast the budget is anyway. Even $40B/year would be a drop in the bucket for the US military. maybe they're afraid of incentivising too many an heroes in the line of duty?

>I know, let's bomb Russian civilians
>Cant imagine the body count if the rocket hit as intended.
The beach is rather close to a military airbase, the more likely target. AA throwing the missile off course seems very plausible, I sincerely doubt hohols would intentionally waste precious ATACAMs targeting a beach.
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>The beach is rather close to a military airbase, the more likely target. AA throwing the missile off course seems very plausible, I sincerely doubt hohols would intentionally waste precious ATACAMs targeting a beach.
Makes sense,mostl likely the target was the base.
I failed to see what would UAF accomplish by bombing a bunch of civvies, but then again they do have a habit of doing it so idk.
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Krivoy Rog, at the coke-chemical plant of the Arcelor company. 
>It is reported that at about 5:00 am, a sudden disconnection of a number of production facilities from the external power system led to an emergency situation at the plant.
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2nd video is a sorting recruitment center in ukraine
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>but then again they do have a habit of doing it so idk.
There's a theory that collateral damage from AA is the real intent because hohols don't have that many working HIMARS launchers left or enough nato, erm qualified volunteers available to operate them, and since each launcher can only launch a single big rocket they're struggling to do large enough volleys to penetrate AA and hit actual targets. 
The fact that the attack happened in the middle of the day very is unusual, on a Sunday too, these strikes were almost always happening at night time.

Also anyone know what type of armor this is?
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>each launcher can only launch a single big rocket
AFU posted this video, allegedly from today, 2 rocket volleys means these are new PrSM not the older ATACAMS.
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In case anyone is wondering I am using yandex translations, google and is starting soft blocking me with Russian/Ukrainian translations and deepl sucks with Ukrainian translations, It treats it like it Russian so some words aren't translated at all.
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Based woman. Who is she?
deepl only works from their site. It detects ukrainian when used that way, but their phone app refuses and I didn't try any of their plugins. Still, it works and the results tend to be less mangled and more accurate so far. Here is >>2894 through deepl for comparison, notable differences highlighted:

I am quite a sentimental person, empathetic to some extent. Realizing that there is a war in Ukraine, having a responsibility to the country, society, and my brothers, I try to solve certain problems in a way that does not harm anyone.
And, as I said, I really believe in a conscious form of diplomacy, when you can reasonably explain to certain people why they are wrong and what it can lead to.
In return, these people can give you answers. Even if they do these things consciously and are bad, diplomacy can solve the problem with a "lesser evil", barter, agreement, and this is the essence of diplomacy, in my opinion.
That is why I always try to bring every important issue, which sometimes is not appropriate to be publicized, to people who can influence it.
But it also happens that most people don't give a shit. Like, for example, they don't give a shit about failed internal communication. Sometimes it seems that while communicating with the Americans and other Western partners, some people forget about their own people and troops.
I call this form of communication "frost".
""And probably, if I was interested in personal welfare, I would have kept quiet, because it has almost no direct impact on me at the moment.
has almost no direct impact on me at the moment.""
But it does affect Ukraine's victory in the war (or rather, its delay).
Therefore, I frankly declare that I tried (not only I, it is a fact, but I speak for myself), spoke in offices, and passed on information to everyone I could.
Moreover, when I testified in those cases in which
I cannot speak about, I directly stated what I believe to be "war crimes".
But apparently, most people don't care.
All of this is why I wrote a letter to the SBI calling for an investigation into one military general who, in my opinion, killed more Ukrainian soldiers than any Russian general. I don't give a shit if they open an investigation against me, and I don't give a shit if they put me in jail. I don't DO give a shit if they try combatants and brigadiers for the loss of an observation post, but they don't try a general for the loss of regions and dozens of cities and the loss of thousands of soldiers.
The conditions under which the brigades are fighting now, I would say, are unrealistic heroism, first of all of the soldiers,
platoon, company, battalion and brigade commanders.
And their heroism lies in the fact that they are holding back the enemy not because of it, but in spite of it.
Sometimes I think the world sends us scum to unite us.
And all the military now understand what kind of person I'm talking about, because 99 percent of the military hate him for what he does.
This man launches investigations against commanders who advance and do not lose ground, but he does not initiate internal investigations against himself.
I'm sick of it, the Rubicon has been crossed.
You need to understand that the military often resort to media publicity for reasons that are not good. lack of better options Unfortunately, our form of government is like that.
At the moment, this is the only fucking way to change the situation. This is a fact. I don't give a shit about myself.
And the only thing I will always be ashamed of is that I didn't do it sooner.
Fate favors the brave, and some creatures
is helped by the fact that most are silent because they understand the consequences of a "personal vendetta" against them and their units.
Therefore, I would like to emphasize that this is my personal decision and I fully accept the consequences.
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According to me reading tweets, he's probably talking about that Sodol guy.
We'll see how this play out, maybe Azov will be nazis again.
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A coup by Natsoc elements of the military would be one hell of a redemption arc for Ukraine.
Literally WW1 tier of moving troops to the front as quickly as possible at the onset of war.
>unless Kharkov offensive is some sort of big brain 5D chess maneuver to provoke UAF counter offensive there.
Even if it wasn't initially, it now is given the Ukranians are sending their best units leaving the other fronts weakened. If Putin has the numbers to do it, he only stands to gain from opening more fronts and force the fact that the Ukranians do not have the numbers to defend anything.
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>2nd video
>well, perhaps it's Boris Johnson that's morally repugnant and not me
False dichotomy, plenty of room in the swap for the lot of you, nice try there chief.
>4th video
Are you telling me that won't cook your brains in any appreciable way?
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Ask him in 3 years.
First video is one of the colombian mercs from that one unit that went into russian territory to attack but who constantly butted heads with the ukrainian instructors because they were treated as grunts rather than foreign specialists
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So, why are the hohols attacking a beache full of hohols?
>near Ocheretino
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Rozdolivka is mostly captured by RuAF
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How is this legal in Russia? Isn't this treason? helping Ukraine
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What do you mean?
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Oh shit I thought it was a Russian beach.
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It's Crimea. Whether it's Russian or Hohol is a notable point of contention.
first image is a Russian oligarch with ties to Ukrainian donations.
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An American diplomat mysteriously died in his hotel room

Videos : 
>In the Avdeevsky direction, Russian troops have advanced to the western outskirts of Novoaleksandrovka and, according to some data, are developing an offensive towards Vozdvizhenka,
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Photos of fortifications of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the Zaporozhye region appeared on the Internet

Russian flag raised in Razdolovka
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Kupyansk front russians are fighting in Petropavlovka direction. I can't post video because it the video needs to unique probably because the intro is similar to a video I posted before.
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Colombian mercenaries have been transferred to  Kharkov. Video POV of Colombians fighting.
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>running out of men so badly you resort to hire men from across the atlantic
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Zelensky speech in Pokrovsk
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They want to train the gooks to fight? What is next, the chinks?
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Even the sandniggers won against the vodkaniggers, the gooks will do better.
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>Norks join the fighting in Ukraine
Huh. That feels World Warish.
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Norks are quite trainable. Plus having personnel with real battlefield experience is very very valuable for any military.
AFAIK they were originally used to attack those villages near Belgorod well inside Russia so if they got captured or killed it could be passed as mercs, then half of them quit because the Ukrainians hazed/bullied them around despite some of the merc leaders also being instructors, videos exist of the immediate aftermaths of at least two incidents inside the barracks.
I guess some stayed to be used again in suicide missions.

Sandniggers in question won against almost everyone, kinda a bad comparison as they are a particularly special exception along with the Houthi if they war around for a decade more
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>Best Korea joining in 
Reminds me of this from anon cafe.
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The Ukrainians have an active base in Turkey despite the war. Ukrainians tried to attack Wagner and Russian positions in Syria a while back despite manpower shortages. I think they canceled it because it suppose to be a covert mission and the US told them no and exposed their positions.
>“Ukraine does not want to prolong the war, we do not want it to last for years. We have many wounded and killed on the battlefield. We must put a settlement plan on the table within a few months,” Vladimir Zelensky.

Found this on telegram, no idea if its legit.
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I completely forgot about that song, thanks for posting it.
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Another Russians has made another incursion into Ukraine NW of  Kharkov in near village of Sotnitskyy Kazachok.
It has always been legit, anon. But them damn Ruskies keep rejecting the details, dontcha know?
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The road of life with a view of the burning Chasov Yar on the horizon.
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Dang, wonder what they were hiding in there.
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Children, women and elderly
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 Border guards shot down a quadcopter that was flying from Ukrainian territory deep into Belarus

On June 26, a border guard from the Mozyr border detachment in the Elsky district of the Gomel region prevented a quadcopter from violating the airspace 150 meters from the Belarusian-Ukrainian border. When analyzing video files on a flash card, it was revealed that the unmanned aerial vehicle was conducting reconnaissance of industrial facilities and border infrastructure.

According to the State Border Committee of Belarus, the presence of units of the so-called “Russian Volunteer Corps” was noticed in the area of ​​​​responsibility of the Zhitomir border detachment. There is active reconnaissance activity, including approaching the border with Belarus.

In addition, the day before, in the same direction, a cache with components for making improvised explosive devices was discovered in the same area. Containers with plastic explosives, fuses and detonators were found in the cache.
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Ukrainian man jumped into a train to avoid being drafted
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Belarus is sending the Polonaise MLRS division to the border
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I'd probably do the same.
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You would get yourself horribly maimed by a train and then scream in pain while people are taking pictures of you and laughing?
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Anon is Telegram the only source of these videos?
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>horribly maimed
He's dead strelok.
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And how long did he spend horribly maimed and screaming in pain, as he is in the video, before he actually died?
There are far better solutions.
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>There are far better solutions.
Yeah, like throwing the draft officer in front of a train.
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That first webm is the perfect example of that faggy Xitter meme
<Tell me it sucks without telling me it sucks
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>it sucks
Hey now, free tank is a free tank.
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If you're choosing death, then why not choose the one where you at least get to shoot an AK.
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nta but karma
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Pro-war Russian poet revealed as anti-Putin hoax with Nazi poems
>One of these, titled On Holy Night, described “whispering to a dear son for the last time and dying for our peaceful Donbas”. It has now been revealed as a tweaked translation of a poem written to inspire Nazi soldiers towards the end of the Second World War.
>Another, The Leader, was published next to a photograph of Putin sitting on a thicket of shrubs. It described the Russian president as a “gardener” reaping the “fruits of hard labour” who is loved by his people and whose “immortality is rising”.
>But this was not a new poem inspired by Putin’s invasion, it was a translation of a 1938 verse about Adolf Hitler written by Eberhard Moeller – an anti-Semite and Nazi propagandist – and Rakitin, its “author”, did not exist.
>Mr Zakharov, best known for exposing a Kremlin troll factory in St Petersburg, said 100 Russian MPs, 30 Senators and dozens of other Kremlin apparatchiks became Rakitin’s “friends” on the VKontakte social network.  
>So taken were the Russian authorities with Rakitin’s patriotic poems that they reached the semi-final of a competition for “poems about the defenders of the Motherland” and were republished by Z-propagandist magazines and Telegram channels.
I have to admit that it is a bit funny.
They are not free. When they win, the whole country will be paying with their children organs.
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the bread part was very sweet
>paying with their children organs
What children, have you seen their fertility rates? And that was before they started sending women to the front.
>When they win
Whew, children should be safe tho.
>paying with their children organs.
They were doing that even before the war, just in a different way than how you are probably meaning it now.
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>1st video.
If he trusted God, then he should've paid more attention to teachings on personal conduct like Proverbs 26:17 and Psalm 131:1.
>1st video
<he didn't get the memo
>2nd video
<realization is slowly sinking in
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>realization is slowly sinking in
I'm sure he 'realized' he lost a year ago and is now waiting for an excuse to board a plane for his private island never to be seen again.
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>to board a plane for his private island never to be seen again.
Where's Epstein when you need him.
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Russia would never dare to attack Israel, right?
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>second video
Damn, we Mad Max now
Most likely not but they might back Iran just enough to stalemate the whole middle east.
>Israel announced it would begin phasing out its 8 Patriot batteries 
>in favor of more advanced systems
Such as?..
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Such as their own. Their Patriots are outdated
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>A previously unknown heavy-class infantry fighting vehicle on a tank chassis was spotted in Nizhny Tagil.
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>Candidate I hate likes Putin
The only thing funnier is the UK pretending it has a voice in international politics. What military is it going to send and on what ship when its navy can't even stay afloat?
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>UK pretending it has a voice in international politics
They practically did start the conflict by driving their armored boat way too near and ignoring orders to go away
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It's an improved BMO-T. The main improvement is that the Russians figured out that the engine can simply go to the front. Supposedly it weights over 45 tons, which means they must have improved the armor protection significantly. 

Pic related, a BMO-T.
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Sounds like a turbine, why design a new vehicle like that? unless it's perhaps electric drive
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It uses the same V-84M engine as the T-72B
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New Kharkov axis just dropped

>During the last hours Russian Army managed to capture the border locality of Sotnytskyi Kozachok, opening a third axis in Kharkov oblast.
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For additional clarity, this is the location in question of the new Russian attack
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some Russian  have gains just south of New York , Russians have taken over Yuryevka
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video evidence of Russians advancing  in New York. RVvoenkor seems to a reliable source, they update the map based on Geolocations
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Video was a Russian throwing a TM-62 anti-tank into a building outside of New York, Allegedly there were Ukrainian infantry hiding inside
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beaches of Chernomorsk  near Odessa
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More ТЦК car burnings
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Russians flag raised at the Kanal microdistrict
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A fucking nigger? In my army?
>2nd video
Did he dieded
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>A brave soldier of the 9th Brigade of the 1st AK throws an anti-tank mine into a house on the outskirts of New York, where shortly before this Bradley had landed a Ukrainian assault force of six people.

>The attack aircraft itself remained alive after the explosion, but suffered a concussion.

From telegram
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Apparently a resistance group in Romania is sabotaging trains going to Ukraine

>BulRom gas terminal BulRom gas Implekx near the Romanian town of Siret, coordinates 47.933975, 25.971136, set on fire on July 3 at six a.m. A fire continued for several days at the terminal, almost completely destroying the gas pipeline and terminal infrastructure;

>A civilian train with shells, UAVs, missiles and components for Ukraine, coordinates 47.876503, 25.996639, on a railroad line intended solely for the shipment of goods to the Ukrainian direction and having no other branches;

- A large military depot of weapons and equipment intended for shipment to Ukraine in the Romanian town of Slobozia, coordinates 47.7678392, 26.0556328;

>A large military depot of weapons and equipment intended for shipment to Ukraine in the Romanian town of Slătioara.

?The protest movement of Ukrainian refugees is gaining momentum throughout Europe and, in fact, unwittingly plays into the hands of the Russian Armed Forces by destroying our enemy's weapons before they arrive in Ukraine.
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Voronezh Region  Podgorensky district
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Soldiers of the 15th Motorized Rifle Brigade with their flag in the village of Sokol near Ocheretino

Russians are starting to advance in volchansk
>A civilian train with shells, UAVs, missiles and components for Ukraine
>with shells, UAVs, missiles
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Ukrainians are conducting counteroffensives in Lypsy Kharkov 
I copied and pasted from a Ukrainian channel
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That's nice to hear. Do you happen to know the name of the song too?
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Kiev strikes last night
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Kherson. Ukrainians shelled Russian positions and left side of the river. causing a massive wildfire on the Dnepr
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>Attack Russian towns and villages with drones and missiles
<hehehe Putin BTFO ;)
>Russia retaliates tenfold 
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>Do you happen to know the name of the song too?
Unfortunately no, even Shazam cant pin it.

Also, Russians took out 3 HIMARS at once, there's video of it on telegram but ots too large to post it here.
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>tossing satchel charges into buildings
Is this some new preferred tactic?
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That's fucking insane

Apparently 'Himar' in arabic means donkey.
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>Is this some new preferred tactic?
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>airborne and land based remote control drones exist
>your side has FABs and overwhelming artillery advantage
<RuAF: lol catch, cyka!

>alive after the explosion, but suffered a concussion
>tripped and nearly died
<it works
yeah.. kinda?
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>You see, Ivan.
>If you pretend to be missile.
>You catch enemy by surprise.
>Because he looks up.
Shit, is this war still going on?

What are they fighting over exactly?

A pile of rubble?
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>What are they fighting over exactly?
Setting a new high score for this century for gentiles killed by Jewish policies.
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>tfw my country just sent another package of munitions to the ukraine
b-b-b-bad to the bone
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Ukraine imported more electricity in June 2024 than in all of 2023 combined from the following countries
>What are they fighting over exactly?
The lands of their ancestors, something a modern westoid wouldn't understand.
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anyone with R1b has ancestry from "ukraine" aka the Scythian Steppe.

More pertinantly, the "ukraine" has been a battleground between turks, poles (scum), germans (scum), russians and greeks for centuries.

So, it's not anyone's ancestor's land. It's a mutt playground that is being turned into rubble.

"Ukrainian" is just russian with bad grammar and spelling.

What are you, an "eastoid"? Name one thing the east has done for the modern world.

The west gave us Electromagnetism, Thermodynamics, Anaesthetics, Antibiotics, the English language, the internet.

What the fuck have slavs done for anyone lately.
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>the west is le bad
no westerner ever forced the russians to take up communism, implode their own country, and start wars in the 21st century europe
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Ruzzians attacked first, chud.
>Conscripts forced at gunpoint to hand deliver bombs, because The Ghost of Kiev destroyed all the bombers.
>it works.
Sure, chief. Whatever you say.
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>Get into a fight over who can better snipe the deep rear lines.
>When your enemy has weapons that can reach your capital.
>And you do not.
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Russians are clearing out and using tunnels in Toretsk Direction
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>What the fuck have slavs done for anyone lately.
Repeated wars against itself to entertain military nerds worldwide.
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>no westerner ever forced the russians to...start wars in the 21st century europe.
The whole color revolution thing was pretty provocative, not to mention the Royal Navy's adventure into the Sea of Azov after Crimea was annexed.
I agree with >>3124. This would be a more wholesome war if it was neo-Nazis fighting retro-Soviets for the fate of the Donbas without all the globo-homo involvement.
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Human sacrifice is BASED

its spelled "colour"
our language, our rules
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So, when will the military powers build all or most of the military installations underground?
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Russia = UK
Ukraine = Ireland

the UK didnt invade the republic of ireland with its army in the 1920s or 1960s

same situation, different theatre

slavs aka eastoids are just demonic 

end of discussion
>, the "ukraine" has been a battleground between turks, poles (scum), germans (scum), russians and greeks for centuries.
You said it yourself, everyone has had communities and kingdoms there for millennia. 
Land doesn't inherently belong to anybody, you make it your own. 
You conquer a land, a few centuries later your descendants lose it and if their descendants have any balls, they'll want to conquer it back even if it didn't "belong" to their ancestors in the first place. 

Every good war ever has been over land disputes, and in each and every one of them both sides have always been right, because land belongs to whoever can take it. 

DNA has nothing to do with it.
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First you said
>The lands of their ancestors,
now you say
>Land doesn't inherently belong to anybody
which is it nigger
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Today's Horoscope: An old acquaintance will greet you again today
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Ukraine should have negotiated, but their leadership was willing to sacrifice white Ukranian lives in order to funnel money from western nations into their own pockets while putting Ukranians in a conflict they knew they would lose from the beginning. 
negotiating a compromise should have been a top priority, but instead Ukraine's own leadership chose to imprison fellow Ukranians and opposing political parties that wanted that compromise and used western support to encourage them to go on a suicide mission for the sake of a free democracy that imprisons political dissent.

Scotland/UK is a false equivalence and shouldn't be compared. There were steps Ukraine and the west took to make sure they dynamic between Russia and Ukraine were as dissimilar to Scotland and UK as possible.
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Don't expect these niggers to make sense. Just read the last thread and laugh at how they defended Russia right after it protected its Muslim minorities.
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Are you retarded? 
Muh land Muh land wars
Ask me how I know you're a dumb ass shill that doesn't know shit without telling me you're a dumb ass shill that doesn't know shit. World War 2 was fought over Jewish Interests, now whatever the fuck "good war" means in your little deluded head I have no idea cause no war is inherently good. Innocent people will die with a abysmally low number of exceptions. 
Also you say westoid like its a insult. That just hints your soul is non-white too.
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1 kiev 
2 Rostov On Don
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>So, when will the military powers build all or most of the military installations underground?
I'm honestly surprised that they haven't been ever since nukes became a thing.
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There are reports that the russians crossed the Vovcha river in Volchansk, the Russians have made 4 km push in Kupyansk direction into Peschanoye. Russians are pushing in New York too
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>There are reports that the russians crossed the Vovcha river in Volchansk,
Just what the fuck is going on over there?
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And here I thought the hohols would use the river as a way to contain the slavs.
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Are you ready to die for the jews?
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>Send the pitiful number of NATO soldiers into Ukraine
>Thin the herd so if not Russia, then China has the easy route through Europe
Great plan. The loss of their ammo and weapons alone has made Europe weak.
<Blows up cancer

<Keeps cancer alive
So why were we supposed to root for these guys again?
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The Ukros are using  the Foreign Legion in Volchansk as cannon fodder.
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To be fair, anyone who is sent to the frontline in this war is automatically cannon fodder. But more importantly, what flag is the last one wearing? At first glance it seems to be Hungarian, but the top line is thinner than the rest, and I am not even sure if it is green.
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Tesla and a bunch of prussians were slavs so checkmate muttboy
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>Hungarian flag
Either polish (the color is odd, maybe there's no green) or maybe Italian (Red/white/Green)
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I hope bidens win, he is funnier than trump.
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>he is funnier than trump.
Fortunately, in the same conference he announced Trump as his Vice-President, so you can have both.
>4th video
>2nd video
>Putin in the driver seat
What did he mean by this?
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>An old acquaintance
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>but instead Ukraine's own leadership chose to imprison fellow Ukranians and opposing political parties that wanted that compromise and used western support to encourage them to go on a suicide mission for the sake of a free democracy that imprisons political dissent.
Reminder: first and foremost priority of any regime is to stay in power. Negotiating with Russia (Putin specifically) would have been political suicide for Zelensky. Today I think the public would accept it but a peace deal would implore holding the past-due elections which I don't think Zelensky would survive.
>free democracy
C'mon, no need for starwmen, they're not even trying to pretend anymore.
>World War 2 was fought over Jewish Interests
Doesn't preclude land being a factor, no need for false dichotomies friendo. Why did Germany annex Austria well OK, this was always rule #1 for them and then invade Poland? And what was the Battle of the Caucasus all about then?
>Are you ready to die for the jews?
If taking press gangers with me while I die counts, then yeah.

I'm not voting for the Presidency. But I am warming up to a second Biden term after the Presidential Debate. Better this humiliating downward spiral than another four years of Trump cucking himself on every immigration policy, with whichever President coming after Trump immediately reversing all consolation prizes.
>Keir Starmer doing the CIA pose in the back
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Guess who is going to die soon?
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<what the fuck has slavs done for anyone lately.
Your weird perception of time is just as abysmal as the slavs' competence in war.
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>Guess who is going to die soon?
The living corpse hopefully. but who an I kidding...
>push aside Christian conservative nationalists
What are some verses to push back against immigration?
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Literally how hard is it to just pay a few retards with guns to go shoot up George Soros' mansion? Same goes for every other CEO, banker and politician. 
Their locations, 9 times out of 10 aren't a secret, their names and faces are publicly known. And niggers would shoot a child for $5, imagine what they'd do to evil whitey banker n'shiet if you offered them $100,000.
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More car burnings in Odessa
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>What are some verses to push back against immigration?
Technically none, because immigration is but a side effect from the much bigger problem of not obeying the Lord. Nevertheless, the closest verses that immediately come to mind are in Deuteronomy, starting with 28:15:

15 - But it shall come to pass, if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe to do all his commandments and his statutes which I command thee this day; that all these curses shall come upon thee, and overtake thee:
32 - Thy sons and thy daughters shall be given unto another people, and thine eyes shall look, and fail with longing for them all the day long; and there shall be no might in thine hand.
33 - The fruit of thy land, and all thy labours, shall a nation which thou knowest not eat up; and thou shalt be only oppressed and crushed alway:
34 - So that thou shalt be mad for the sight of thine eyes which thou shalt see.
43 - The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low.
44 - He shall lend to thee, and thou shalt not lend to him: he shall be the head, and thou shalt be the tail.
49 - The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth, as swift as the eagle flieth; a nation whose tongue thou shalt not understand;
50 - A nation of fierce countenance, which shall not regard the person of the old, nor shew favour to the young:
51 - And he shall eat the fruit of thy cattle, and the fruit of thy land, until thou be destroyed: which also shall not leave thee either corn, wine, or oil, or the increase of thy kine, or flocks of thy sheep, until he have destroyed thee.
52 - And he shall besiege thee in all thy gates, until thy high and fenced walls come down, wherein thou trustedst, throughout all thy land: and he shall besiege thee in all thy gates throughout all thy land, which the Lord thy God hath given thee.
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Can someone tell me what the fuck is happening with Jesus's favorite slavs?
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>ywn go to war in ukraine, rape a qt hohol girl and take responsibility if she is a virgin
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>Russians cannot win because their losses are higher than what a bunch of hippies in 70s 'murica could deal with
>and the quality of their troops is low because they stopped banging their head against a wall and don't just tell them to zergrush enemy positions
Holy fuck. Maybe being a squad leader in the special need forces does not make someone into a tactical genius, even if he later becomes a screenwriter for action flicks.
white men don't daydream about raping anyone, kike
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their government is controlled by jews you dumbfuck let that be a lesson to you.
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>white men don't daydream about raping anyone
I guess you are right, they make rape reality.
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Speak for yourself
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>confessing to being spiritual niggers
no surprise there.
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>spiritual niggers
Just like the gopnigs they love to praise.
Christianity has, at least on the national level, always been a meme. Christ is the true nation for the saints. But he's not coming back down until further notice. Nothing's really happening, other than you're witnessing a reminder of all this.
Some news here and there poping up that Ukraine is considering starting peace talks with Russia along with secession of some of its territory to the Russians. Nothing officially though.
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