Ukraine MEGATHREAD

User avatar
Gemini
Lieutenant
Posts: 107
Joined: Sat Oct 15, 2022 8:52 pm

Post by Gemini »

User avatar
RepublicOfEngland
Lieutenant
Posts: 63
Joined: Mon Oct 10, 2022 9:33 am

Post by RepublicOfEngland »

Attachments
2_5361600141671276640.MP4
(1.42 MiB) Downloaded 524 times
A son of the English Republic
User avatar
Tankanator
Lieutenant
Posts: 212
Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2022 6:16 pm

Post by Tankanator »

Image

Galicians when they realise how many Iranian drones Russia is gonna be fielding
Attachments
2_5361600141671276640.MP4
(1.42 MiB) Downloaded 543 times
User avatar
Gemini
Lieutenant
Posts: 107
Joined: Sat Oct 15, 2022 8:52 pm

Post by Gemini »

"Bandera, Shukhevych are the heroes of Ukraine.
Bandera, Shukhevych are the heroes of Ukraine."

This is the chant heard from the Ukrainians marching down the street in the video.

Both Bandera and Shukhevych are officers of the Nazi Hitlerite Germany's SS Galitsiya Division, They are not merely "collaborators," they are Nazis, genocidal murderers pure and simple. They are responsible—personally—for the murder of hundreds of thousands of Jews, Poles, and Russians. They are genocidal scum.

Modern-day Ukraine considers Bandera and Shukhevych the heroes of Ukraine. Modern-day Ukraine is Nazi fascist scum. Rescue the Ukrainians who do not agree with this scum. History will thank you.

Attachments
VID_20221017_071931_489.mp4
(2.36 MiB) Downloaded 546 times
User avatar
RepublicOfEngland
Lieutenant
Posts: 63
Joined: Mon Oct 10, 2022 9:33 am

Post by RepublicOfEngland »

Two massive terrorist strikes misfired spectacularly and a terrible beauty is born in the Ukraine war. These two carefully planned attacks in quick succession — on Nord Stream gas pipelines and Crimean Bridge — were intended as a knockout blow to Russia. According to President Vladimir Putin, people ‘who want to finally sever ties between Russia and the EU, weaken Europe’ are behind the Nord Stream blasts. He named the US, Ukraine and Poland as ‘beneficiaries’.
India should expect the defeat of the US and NATO, which completes the transition to a multipolar world order.
Last Wednesday, Russia’s domestic intelligence service FSB identified Ukraine’s military intelligence chief, Kyrylo Budanov, as the mastermind behind the Crimean attack. The New York Times and Washington Post also pointed fingers at Kiev, quoting ‘sources’. While Nord Stream-1 has been crippled, one of the strings of Nord Stream-2 remains intact. Putin said last week that the pipeline could be restored and Russia could deliver about 27 billion cubic metres of gas. ‘The ball is on the side of the European Union, if they want — let’s turn on the tap,’ he said.

But mum’s the word from Brussels. It is a profoundly embarrassing moment for the EU. The triumphalism has vanished as Europe is threatened by years of recession caused by the blowback from sanctions against Russia, where the US insisted on the cut off of energy ties with Moscow. The EU has now become a captive market for Big Oil and is left to buy LNG from the US at the asking price, which is six to seven times higher than the domestic price in the US. (Contracted price for long-term Russian supply for Germany used to be about $280 per 1,000 cubic metres as against the current market price hovering around $2,000.)

Plainly put, the Europeans have been nicely played by the Americans. India should take note of the US’ sense of entitlement. Basically, the Biden administration created a contrived energy crisis whose real aim is war profiteering.

The Crimean Bridge attack of October 8 is much more serious. Zelenskyy has crossed a red line that Moscow had repeatedly warned him against. Putin has disclosed that there have also been three terrorist attacks against the Kursk NPP. Russians will settle for nothing less than the ouster of the Zelenskyy regime.

Russia’s retaliation against Ukraine’s ‘critical infrastructure’, something Moscow refrained from so far, has serious implications. Since October 9, Russia has begun systematically targeting Ukraine’s power system and railways. Noted Russian military expert Vladislav Shurygin told Izvestia that if this tempo was kept up for a week or so, it ‘will disrupt the entire logistics of the Ukrainian military — system for transporting personnel, military equipment, ammunition, related cargo, as well as the functioning of military and repair plants.’

The Americans are cocooned in a surreal world of their self-serving narrative that Russia ‘lost’ the war. In the real world, though, Ivan Tertel, KGB chief in Belarus, who has an insider view of Moscow, said last Tuesday that with Russia boosting its troop strength in the war zone — 3 lakh troops who have been mobilised plus 70,000 volunteers — and the deployment of advanced weaponry, ‘the military operation will enter a key phase. According to our estimates, a turning point will come in the period from November of this year to February of next year.’

Policy-makers and strategists in Delhi should make a careful note of the timeline. The bottom line is, Russia is looking for an all-out victory and will not settle for anything less than a friendly government in Kiev. Western politicians, including Biden, understand that there is nothing stopping the Russians now. The US’ weapon kitty is running dry as Kiev keeps asking for more.

When asked whether he’d meet Biden at the G20 in Bali, Putin derisively remarked on Friday, ‘He (Biden) should be asked whether he is ready to hold such negotiations with me or not. To be honest, I don’t see any need, by and large. There is no platform for any negotiations for the time being.’

However, Washington has not yet thrown in the towel and the Biden administration remains obsessed with exhausting the Russian military — even at the cost of Ukraine’s destruction. And, for the Russians too, there is still much to be worked out on the battlefield: the oppressed Russian populations in Odessa (which suffered unspeakable atrocities from the neo-Nazis), Mykolaiv, Zaporizhya, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkov are expecting ‘liberation’. It’s a highly emotive issue for Russia. Again, the overarching agenda of ‘demilitarisation’ and ‘denazification’ of Ukraine must be taken to its logical conclusion.

When all that is over, Putin knows Biden will not even want to meet him. Hungarian PM Viktor Orban said last week, ‘Anyone who seriously believes that the war can be ended through Russian-Ukrainian negotiations lives in another world. Reality looks different. In reality, such issues can only be discussed between Washington and Moscow. Today, Ukraine is able to fight only because it receives military assistance from the United States…

‘At the same time, I do not see President Biden as the person who would really be suitable for such serious negotiations. President Biden has gone too far. Suffice it to recall his statements to Russian President Putin.’

India should expect the defeat of the US and NATO, which completes the transition to a multipolar world order. Sadly, Indian elites are yet to purge their ‘unipolar predicament’. Europe, including Britain, is devastated and there is palpable discontent over the US’s ‘transatlantic leadership’. Indo-Pacific strategy is hopelessly adrift. New power centres are emerging in India’s extended neighbourhood, as the OPEC’s rebuff to Washington shows. A profound adjustment is needed in the Indian strategic calculus.
https://m.tribuneindia.com/news/comment ... win-441926
A son of the English Republic
User avatar
TemperedSteel
Private
Posts: 31
Joined: Wed Oct 12, 2022 1:42 pm

Post by TemperedSteel »

The November elections are having a profound effect on geopolitics.

You got
  • The Saudis that refused to delay the decreasing of oil production which would've helped Biden (effectively screwing Bidens chances in Nov elections)
  • You got the Ukrops timing their counter-offensives and feeding their men into slaughter fields to attempt to get a scrap of something to show their American masters (if they don't achieve anything by Nov elections US will stop funding them. Particularly as Trump has gone hard on peace talks and demanding Ukies come to the table with Russia)
  • You got Russia that will likely time their counter-offensive en-masse to collapse Democrat support
User avatar
Tankanator
Lieutenant
Posts: 212
Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2022 6:16 pm

Post by Tankanator »

An oldet from Ukrops on in how the Ukies view their role as cocksuckers for imperialism

Strikingly similar to modern day NazLibs and similar to how the Hitlerites saw their war against the Asiatics

User avatar
RepublicOfEngland
Lieutenant
Posts: 63
Joined: Mon Oct 10, 2022 9:33 am

Post by RepublicOfEngland »

Dakota Mendenhall from Ohio, USA. Infantry in the US Marines for 4 years then went onto to be O352 Anti-Tank, then went onto be a contractor after that.

He did a podcast a while back on YouTube about his early encounters claims to have killed 40 Russians, by indiscriminately firing NLAWs into buildings, without knowing who was in it in the first place.

(30 minutes in this video, where he describes the above)
A son of the English Republic
User avatar
Tankanator
Lieutenant
Posts: 212
Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2022 6:16 pm

Post by Tankanator »

The French TV channel abruptly interrupted the broadcast after the words of the correspondent that Ukraine was striking civilian infrastructure and even hospitals:

« We're joining our special correspondent in Ukraine Anne-Laure Banse.

— You're not far from Kherson. Why do Russian want to evacuate civilian from the city?
— The evacuation of this city happens in view of the fast advancement of Ukrainian troops towards this city in the course of their counterattack, which is currently underway in the south of this country for Russian soldiers in the field. The city of Kherson, I must say, was annexed by the Russian army at the end of September and currently is a regular object of the strikes by Ukraine at its infrastructure, such as hospitals...

...oh, we've lost Anne-Laure Banse ... »

Attachments
2_5370795516328157362.MP4
(12.25 MiB) Downloaded 528 times
User avatar
Gemini
Lieutenant
Posts: 107
Joined: Sat Oct 15, 2022 8:52 pm

Post by Gemini »

The Azov militants, while in California, visited the famous Stanford University. They did not hesitate to demonstrate their neo-Nazi symbols, and also displayed a QR code of the projector to raise money for torchlight processions and posters with Bandera - the unit's needs.

Surprisingly, in 2014, the university published a study in which the Azov movement was called "an extreme right-wing nationalist network of military, paramilitary and political organizations based in Ukraine."
IMG_20221020_182819_223.jpg
IMG_20221020_182819_223.jpg (180.08 KiB) Viewed 4553 times
IMG_20221020_182820_809.jpg
IMG_20221020_182820_809.jpg (80.67 KiB) Viewed 4553 times
IMG_20221020_182823_008.jpg
IMG_20221020_182823_008.jpg (55.86 KiB) Viewed 4553 times
User avatar
Gemini
Lieutenant
Posts: 107
Joined: Sat Oct 15, 2022 8:52 pm

Post by Gemini »

IMG_20221020_194236_977.jpg
IMG_20221020_194236_977.jpg (78.95 KiB) Viewed 4551 times
Chronology of Arestovich quotes:

▪️Arestovich February: "Russia has had missiles for two weeks"

▪️Arestovich March: "The missile warehouses are already empty"

▪️Arestovich April: "Russia is using its last missiles"

▪️Arestovich May: "The capabilities of the missiles have been exhausted"

▪️Arestovich June: "The missiles there are rusty and hit right in the warehouses"

▪️Arestovich July: "Russia has nothing else to shoot at"

▪️Arestovich August: "The missiles are completely finished, we are winning"

▪️Arestovich September: "The warehouses are empty, Ukrainians can sleep peacefully"

▪️Arestovich October 10 : "They don't have many cruise missiles. This is an action at the edge of the emergency reserve. After all, now they have 80 fewer missiles."

From: @colonelhomsi - Twitter
User avatar
Charlotte
Lieutenant
Posts: 128
Joined: Thu Sep 22, 2022 9:37 am

Post by Charlotte »

Read our Marxist study guide
User avatar
RedAlert
Lieutenant
Posts: 110
Joined: Tue Sep 27, 2022 12:58 pm

Post by RedAlert »

Piece of shit US general says "If Ukraine falls so does the rules based international order"
warms the heart


Image

Attachments
daaaj.mp4
(2.5 MiB) Downloaded 541 times
User avatar
Damocles
Private
Posts: 23
Joined: Mon Oct 03, 2022 9:15 am

Post by Damocles »

In long ago 1997.

The US was already preparing for a war with Russia and China in a "hypothetical 2025".

The US already knew that it will fight with Russia in Ukraine.

When will it reach everyone who lives in Ukraine that the enemy of Ukraine is not Russia, but the United States?

When will everyone realize that there is no Russian aggression against Ukraine, but that the United States is in a proxy war with Russia using the Ukrainians?

Attachments
video_2022-10-21_19-36-16.mp4
(8.17 MiB) Downloaded 526 times
User avatar
Gemini
Lieutenant
Posts: 107
Joined: Sat Oct 15, 2022 8:52 pm

Post by Gemini »

US rats are already conducting 'exercises' across the border from the fighting. M
Matthaidess told CBS News that he and his troops were the closest American forces to the fighting in Ukraine. From their vantage point, they've been "closely watching" the Russian forces, "building objectives to practice against" and conducting drills that "replicate exactly what's going on" in the war.

"It keeps us on our toes," he said.

The "Screaming Eagles" commanders told CBS News repeatedly that they are always "ready to fight tonight," and while they're there to defend NATO territory, if the fighting escalates or there's any attack on NATO, they're fully prepared to cross the border into Ukraine.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ukraine-ne ... s-romania/

The US needs to see the defeat of Russia. Without Russias defeat the US is going to turn into a world backwater as humanity consolidates in Eurasia. The only way it's monopolies can extract wealth from the rest of the world is by using its military to retard economic development so it's monopolies can remain competitive

Every century a multi-ethnic army consolidates to try and subdue Russia. Whether Napoleon or Hitler or US bourgeois dictatorship
User avatar
Tankanator
Lieutenant
Posts: 212
Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2022 6:16 pm

Post by Tankanator »

🤮

User avatar
RepublicOfEngland
Lieutenant
Posts: 63
Joined: Mon Oct 10, 2022 9:33 am

Post by RepublicOfEngland »

🇪🇺 Inflation in Europe

🇪🇪Estonia- 24.1%
🇱🇹Lithuania- 22.5%
🇱🇻Latvia - 22.0%
🇭🇺Hungary- 20.7%
🇨🇿 Czech Republic - 17.8%
🇳🇱Netherlands- 17.1%
🇵🇱Poland -15.7%
🇧🇬Bulgaria -15.6%
🇸🇰Slovakia-13.6%
🇷🇴Romania - 13.4%
🇭🇷Croatia - 12.6%
🇬🇷Greece -12.1%
🇧🇪Belgium - 12.1%
🇩🇰Denmark - 11.1%
🇩🇪Germany - 10.9%
🇦🇹Austria - 10.9%
🇸🇮Slovenia - 10.6%
🇸🇪Sweden - 10.3%

:ltears
A son of the English Republic
User avatar
Tankanator
Lieutenant
Posts: 212
Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2022 6:16 pm

Post by Tankanator »

Nordstream 2 / pipeline explosion
IMG_20221022_195259_034.jpg
IMG_20221022_195259_034.jpg (59.19 KiB) Viewed 4540 times
Maria Zakharova:
After the Nord Stream explosions, Western journalists, in search of a “Russian trace”, tracked the movements of ships using transmitters showing the location of the ship. One can imagine what would have happened if the presence of Russian ships at the scene had been discovered.

The problem is that Swedish journalists discovered movement on September 22-25 in the areas of explosions of ships ... of the Swedish Navy.

The Swedish Navy confirmed this information, but did not comment on the target, stating "strict confidentiality".

Swedish have classified the materials of the inspection of the site of the explosions, seized some material evidence and are not ready to share the results of the investigation even with EU partners.

Moscow's proposal to conduct a joint investigation was not even considered by Stockholm on its merits.

Why? Maybe he is afraid that one of the Swedish patrons and new allies did not have time to destroy all the evidence?

This is exactly what it looks like.
Never before was it more obvious one of the satellites of US blew the pipeline. There is something so slavish about allowing (or even working in concert!) With the US to destroy Europe's energy infrastructure

I never want to hear about 'democdacy' from liberals ever again
Post Reply