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BREAKING: INVASION HAS BEGUN, I may have missed the date by 8 days, but it's on and popping NOW... DAY 242

Mask

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Mannnnn looking at this clip along with many others…. I just want to give props to anyone who’s a soldier that been in a conflict….



 

Mask

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Man this is a rare sight….

guess all the other gals got the fuck…

I did hear some of the other countries that Ukrainians evacuated to aint totally happy with their presence….

one country had to tell the women they need to cover up more…

 

Mask

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Goes to Show us the media, why they don’t keep it real

Fuck Biden said he gonna still buy Russian resources

but it’s about China or India


 

blackbull1970

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How is the real story about the Wagner base being hit the "same" as one made from whole cloth about 50 generals being killed in a day? :smh:






If you haven't noticed by now, the only Russian advantage that has held up is their ability to manipulate the "free thinking". :smh::lol:

Russia has suffered officer loses not seen since WWII so of course they killed 5x as many generals as the Ukrainians in a single day just like they have killed 214 US mercenaries. They also still have all of the NATO generals and American VIPs from Azovstal but they dont want to humiliate the west by parading them around. :smh::lol:
Its getting so bad over there, it’s becoming comical.

Obese Russian general, 67, called up to fight in Ukraine as Putin 'scrapes the barrel'




An obese Russian retired general has been sent to fight on the frontlines in Eastern Ukraine because Vladimir Putin is running out of senior officers.

Up until recently he was living in a Moscow suburb but is understood to have been ordered to return to active service last month.

The officer is so fat that he must have his uniform specially made and wears two sets of body armor to cover his substantial girth.

He is understood to require five meals a day washed down with at least a liter of vodka.

Russia is believed to up to 10 generals in the war in Ukraine and as many as 30 senior officers.
 

Mask

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Its getting so bad over there, it’s becoming comical.

Obese Russian general, 67, called up to fight in Ukraine as Putin 'scrapes the barrel'




An obese Russian retired general has been sent to fight on the frontlines in Eastern Ukraine because Vladimir Putin is running out of senior officers.

Up until recently he was living in a Moscow suburb but is understood to have been ordered to return to active service last month.

The officer is so fat that he must have his uniform specially made and wears two sets of body armor to cover his substantial girth.

He is understood to require five meals a day washed down with at least a liter of vodka.

Russia is believed to up to 10 generals in the war in Ukraine and as many as 30 senior officers.
:lol: :lol:
 

zod16

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Its getting so bad over there, it’s becoming comical.

Obese Russian general, 67, called up to fight in Ukraine as Putin 'scrapes the barrel'




An obese Russian retired general has been sent to fight on the frontlines in Eastern Ukraine because Vladimir Putin is running out of senior officers.

Up until recently he was living in a Moscow suburb but is understood to have been ordered to return to active service last month.

The officer is so fat that he must have his uniform specially made and wears two sets of body armor to cover his substantial girth.

He is understood to require five meals a day washed down with at least a liter of vodka.

Russia is believed to up to 10 generals in the war in Ukraine and as many as 30 senior officers.
I know it is only tabloids reporting and none of it adds up BUT this shit is still hilarious:lol:


The officer is so fat that he must have his uniform specially made and wears two sets of body armor to cover his substantial girth.

He is understood to require five meals a day washed down with at least a liter of vodka.

:lol:


They are going to replace the poor quality drones with a russian made blimp :lol::lol::lol:











 

zod16

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A lot of the unanswered questions from the first days of this conflict are starting to come together. This may be the reason none of these plans were used...

In mid-January, Mr. Burns made a secret trip to Kyiv to see Mr. Zelensky. The U.S. now had even more information about Russia’s plan of attack, including that it involved a rapid strike toward Kyiv from Belarus. The CIA director provided a vital piece of intelligence that helped Ukraine significantly in the first days of the war: He warned that Russian forces planned to seize Antonov Airport in Hostomel,near the Ukrainian capital, and use it to fly in troops for a push to take Kyiv and decapitate the government.

 

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Boris Johnson says the Russian army might soon run out of soldiers and weapons and lose its 'forward momentum' in Ukraine


A young girl walks by a crater in front of a damaged apartment building in the Ukrainian city of Slovyansk.

  • Boris Johnson told European media outlets that Russia might soon run out of weapons and soldiers.
  • British intelligence on the Ukraine war suggests Russia may lose its "forward momentum," per Johnson.
  • Johnson said he intends to ask the G7 to aid Ukraine in a counter-offensive with more equipment.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said this week that he believes Russia will soon lose momentum in its war with Ukraine.

Speaking to the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Johnson said that he thought Russian President Vladimir Putin's army was suffering heavy losses of soldiers and equipment just to gain ground in Ukraine's Donbas region.

Citing intelligence reports from the British defense forces, Johnson told the outlet that he believed the Russian onslaught in Ukraine would likely lose steam in the coming few months.

"Our defense intelligence service believes, however, that in the next few months, Russia could come to a point at which there is no longer any forward momentum because it has exhausted its resources," he said, per Sueddeutsche Zeitung.


"Then we must help the Ukrainians to reverse the dynamic. I will argue for this at the Group of Seven summit," he said, per the outlet.

Johnson also told Sueddeutsche Zeitung that he thought it was important for the Ukrainian army to be supported in launching a counter-offensive if it is able to do so.

"This is their crisis. They are the victims of Putin's aggression, they must decide what they want to do. But it is absolutely clear if you go to Ukraine, if you talk to the Ukrainians, and if you talk to [Ukrainian President Volodymr] Zelenskyy. you will come away with the overwhelming view that the Ukrainians will not concede their territory," he said, per the outlet.

Johnson added that he thought a win for Ukraine would include Russian forces being repelled from the areas they invaded and for Ukraine to "regain the status quo" before the invasion on February 24, per Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

"Ukraine must win, we agree on that. The unity of the West is far more conspicuous than the divisions," Johnson told the outlet.

Intelligence from the UK has suggested that Russia may soon struggle to produce enough military equipment to fuel a prolonged conflict in Ukraine.

Ukraine's forces are currently engaged in a critical fight in the Donbas. In June, Ukraine estimated that Russia had 10 to 15 times more artillery than its forces, appealing to the West to send more weapons. Reports have also cited a growing number of deserters among Ukrainian forces.

Earlier this month, a senior US official also told The Washington Post that Russia would likely gain control of eastern Ukraine within weeks after doubling down on its military efforts in the Donbas.


Boris Johnson: Russia May Soon Run Out of Soldiers and Weapons (businessinsider.com)
 

Mask

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The Russians route to Lizzie-chance (Lysychans’k) is a mission…

Look like traveling north west from Mykolaiv would’ve idea

what they doing now, have them splitting two chemical plants…

Great hiding location, the Ukrainians about to have a field day :lol:
If their stationed in those locations




look like this second map, showing the attackers going around the chemical plant
 
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I can't keep up with the narratives. I remember when the sanctions were supposed to cripple the Russians, not push their money to multi-year highs. I remember when the Russian military was falling apart in March, now it's June and the money for Ukraine ain't reach them and the Russian military respawned. :smh:



Where is the picture of the guy who slowly puts on the clown makeup, because that's how the U.S. got Europe and the Ukraine looking.
 

zod16

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Russia doesn't like getting hit with the HIMARS or Caesar/PZH2000 so they have been targeting civilian buildings like this. :smh:
 

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Translation:
“Russian Allied forces are trying to block Lysyhansk Siversk Street.

As soon as it is blocked, the game is over.

The window for retreat is only open for the Ukrainian soldiers for a short time.”

 
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zod16

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This is Girkin translated from a Telegram post. He is widely believed to be former FSB and working as a repeater for those still in it. Recall, Putin blames the FSB for the failures in Ukraine and has focused on intelligence from the GRU so one theory is that the FSB uses him to get out their assessment to the hard liners, ultra nationalists etc.

I also keep laughing at the fact that an ultra-nationalist involved in occupied Ukraine since 2014 and responsible for shooting down MH17 is still more capable of providing accurate, sober analysis and information on what is going on than our "free thinkers" both here and on twitter. :smh: :lol:



1. The “border” frontline (from Belarus border to Kharkiv Oblast).

Both sides, suspecting the enemy of the ability to strike an insidious unexpected blow (whether justified or not – I don’t know), are gradually accumulating strength, trying to cover the border. The former “respected Kyiv partners” are doing it somewhat better – they have more human resources. In this regard, they are also taking the initiative by shelling Russian military and civilian objects on our *Russian* side of the border, also sending in sabotage groups, which resulted in two (that have been widely known) destructions of smaller units of border guards (6 and 4 killed, in both cases without punishment).

Likely, both sides are not yet ready to create the continuous active frontline in this extended section due to a lack of resources. Which does not at all exclude an attack of one of the sides for tactical or propaganda objectives.


2. Kharkiv frontline


In the north and central sections, fights of local significance continue. Russian forces most likely have no power to develop the offensive, or any desire to continue developing it. The “partners” have the desire but don’t have the heavy weaponry. Russian forces, after moving forward, created a “safe zone” covering the adjacent regions of RF from shelling, and capable of acting as a foothold for the future offensive on Kharkiv.

In the southern section (Balakleya area) for the whole of past week the UAF were attempting to endanger the Izyum grouping of RF AF with a flank strike. It did not progress further than the fights of local significance.


3. Sloviansk direction

Along the entire frontline south of Izyum (from Velikaya Kamyshevakha to Siverskyi Donets) there are local fights, artillery skirmishes and activities of reconnaissance and sabotage groups. RF AF did not conduct offensive actions in the classical sense, concentrating their efforts on attempts to “finish off” the Severodonetsk-Lysychansk agglomeration, although attempts to “try out” enemy’s positions and attempts of tactical moves continue. UAF while counter-attacking insignificantly in places, are continuing to fortify using their main forces at the approaches towards Sloviansk-Kramatorsk fortresses and along the Sloviansk-Barvenkovo line, counting on fighting here a decisive defensive battle if the RF AF command decided to assault this reinforced area directly.


4. Severodonetsk – Lysychansk agglomeration

Throughout the week along the whole frontline fierce battles continued with large losses for both sides (on our side the lion’s share again fell on LPR People’s Militia). The enemy managed to withdraw remnants of their troops from the foothold on the left bank of Siverskyi Donets (south of Severodonetsk) by abandoning the largest part of heavy weaponry and suffering significant losses in manpower. However, the defending UAF units and mercenary detachments avoided the total defeat and destruction. Similar situation occurred in Gorskoye-Zolotoye fortress – despite large losses the enemy managed to withdraw the core of the garrison from the operational encirclement, abandoning in the “cauldron” only small and forgotten detachments and groups of demoralised deserters. Very few P.O.W.s were taken. It can be said that our “pincers grabbed empty air”. Yet still, the dangerous bulge in the rear of the advancing to the west of Popasna group is now cut off, and the integrity of the UAF frontline in south and south-east outskirts of Lysychansk has been compromised. LDPR AF and RF AF reached directly the southern outskirts of Lysychansk, and to the west – nearly took it into operational encirclement, which, however, as of last night has not yet been completed. I assume the possibility of a gradual (certainly with battles) retreat of UAF garrison towards Seversk, and the conclusion of fights for this area within a week (unless UAF bring in large fresh reserves).


5. Seversk-Bahkmut-Soledar frontline

No substantial changes. The second line of long-terms defensive constructions runs here, built by UAF during “alternative-less Minsk agreements”. All said cities have additional concentric defensive contours. In Bakhmut and Soledar there are Soviet-built military bases (in fact, in Soledar – an underground and fortified storage base). The assault on the second line occupied by plentiful forces of the enemy will not be successful without engaging all RF AF and LDPR RF forces, and I’m not predicting it for the nearest future (unless of course the Russian command decides otherwise, contrary to common sense).


6. Donetsk frontline

Wedging into the UAF’s first line of defence at Avdeevka did not see further development for the same reason, which is an acute lack of necessary combat-ready units and the same acute lack of manpower in available units. On the frontline from Horlivka/Toretsk to Maryinka there are positional fights, active UAVs and enemy snipers, and exhausting shelling (more often than not alternate; for instance, yesterday they were shelling Horlivka) of military objects, life-support facilities and simply residential areas of the frontline towns by UAF artillery.


7. South Donetsk frontline.

Over several days the enemy managed to push our forces south of Uhledar, knocking back the “secondary” detachments of “mobilised” by 2-3 kilometers (more in places) and moving the frontline to Pavlivka and Ehorivka villages. Their blow clearly had limited and distracting nature with aim to weaken the pressure of the strike group of RF AF and LDPR AF on Lysychansk. Despite this, it demonstrated the relative weakness of our frontline on this quite important direction.

8. Zaporizhye and Kherson frontlines.

In general – no changes. Notable is the generally increasing enemy activity, especially their artillery and sabotage groups.


General conclusions:



1) The protracted battle of the “Second (Concrete) Stage of the SMO” is gradually ending. Whether it will end with an operational pause, or will immediately move into the “Battle for the initiative” (“the effective stage” announced by Kadyrov) – I won’t be guessing, but I still expect that this battle will start outside of Donbas. The current battle is ending with tactical successes of RF AF, but strategically, in general it is unsuccessful since by the 5th month of SMO the group of UAF in Donbas is still not defeated, likewise it was not pushed out of the majority of its positions.


2) The defeat of UAF in the battle for Severodonetsk on one hand, and the failure of the strategic operation to liberate Donbas by RF AF on the other has already lead to the further increase of military supplies for UAF from the “dear western partners” (not mine). In July-August a lot will be decided after deployment of reserves from both sides. The time is working both against the so-called “Ukraine” and the RF. But against the RF, the time is working harder. Especially considering how the Russian political authorities seduced by local (and very expensive) successes are critically slowly realising the necessity of putting the country’s economy onto “war rails”.
 

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Buddy look like he didn’t eat in while.
Fucked up way to get wiped out


 
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Mask

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seems like Ukrainians had a lil issue with crossing water also

I bet that shit smells horrible

 

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Russian missile strike hits shopping mall with more than 1,000 people inside, Ukraine says
“The number of victims is impossible to imagine,” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.


The strike took place just before 4 p.m. local time (9 a.m. ET), according to Ukraine’s State Emergency Service.

Ukraine said it feared scores of civilians might be dead or injured after a Russian missile strike hit a crowded shopping mall in the center of the country Monday.

More than 1,000 people were inside at the time of the rocket attack, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.


“The number of victims is impossible to imagine,” he added in a post on the Telegram messaging app, sharing video that showed plumes of gray smoke rising above a building that was consumed in flames as people and first responders ran in front of it.

The apparent attack hit a shopping center in Kremenchuk, a city in the Poltava region on the banks of Ukraine’s Dnieper River. Dmytro Lunin, head of the Poltava region, said at least 13 people were killed and more than 40 others were injured.

"It is too early to talk about the final number of the killed," he said as night fell in Ukraine.

Standing inside the smoking rubble of what was once a supermarket, Anton Herashchenko, an adviser for the Ministry of Internal Affairs, said rescuers were digging through what remained of the roof to find potential survivors.

"Rescue workers are underway to save people who just came to buy groceries," he said, lifting the camera to show dozens of people frantically shoveling and sawing in to the blackened debris.


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Russian strike hits Kremenchuk shopping center with more than 1,000 civilians inside, Ukraine says (nbcnews.com)
 
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