Live Conflict Ukraine-Russia War

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As for the West's Ukrainian proxy. Two years into the war, Russia's army has been deeply damaged, the Soviet left stockpile has been horribly compromised, their missile stockpile is virtually empty, they're selling all of the foreign currency they have just to keep the Ruble's head above water, India and China are toying with them and exploiting them for their oil, while actively canceling plans to buy from their military industry moving forward and they're now starting to experience serious labour shortages due to rounds of mobilization.

I mean yeah, Russia has just launched the largest missile attack in the war this year + me posting pictures of Medvedev visiting Almaz Antey (one of the many Russian missile manufacturers) and here you are coping with the usual " B B Bu BuT tHeiR MiSSIleE StoCkPiLE is ViRtualLy eMpTY" HAHAHA :LOL: :LOL:

Russia has already lost the proxy war, you just don't understand that

Cope and COPE EVEN MORE, the most optimistic estimate from Ukraine's side is that Ukraine could only be back on the offensive in 2025, that is with uninterrupted weapons shipment from the US and Europe. The US will very likely not send any more with their border issue and everyone is busy with the elections, which left Europe where for example, Germany is reportedly able to produce like 18 tanks a year AHAHAHAH

Here's the report:

However, with tailored Western support, Ukraine could hold against Russian forces this year and rebuild the necessary advantage to conduct large-scale offensive operations in 2025, recreating another opportunity to deal Russia a battlefield defeat. Conversely, without major adjustments, or if Western support falters, the current path holds a high risk of exhaustion over time and Ukraine being forced to negotiate with Moscow from a position of weakness.​

This is Michael Koffman and Rob Lee talking, not some fanboys with a laptop


Meanwhile, not a single NATO soldier, nor current asset has been lost in the war. NATO just got even stronger with the additions of Finland and Sweden, two strategic partners on Russia's border. NATO members across the board are increasing military spending and strengthening their own capabilities. And in the coming weeks the EU will pass an additional $54 Billion usd financial package for Ukraine, which will be followed up by a $22 Billion usd weapons package later this summer. At the same time, USA, Canada, Britain and other allies are going to send them another $70+ Billion usd over the coming g year, much of which will be sent on weapons. Not enough to push Russia out of Ukraine, but more than enough to keep bleeding the Russian military dry, which is, of course, NATO's goal in the conflict.

I mean they should not lost any of their members, why would they lose men? Ukraine will be Russia's anyway.

Once Russia owns Ukraine, it's Fait Accompli ,anything you do next is irrelevant. Russia could finally got what it wanted, it will add approximately 28-30 million Ukrainians under its thumb and a lot of farmland to grow crops and support the population + there is always tomorrow to prepare for the next phase of expansion (preferably towards the Baltics)
 

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Make sense, as Ukraine's statehood prospect is bleak. Why not take what is rightfully yours ? There's a previous video where Putin said that he only wanted historic Russian lands, like Odessa, I'll go check that out. Lvov should go back to Poland, and Hungary should take back Transcarpathia.


Looks like there's growing movements of patriotic Romanians who had enough of this money laundering operation in Ukraine and want to take what us rightfully theirs. I hope he's safe and don't ended up dead like Causescu. Good people usually end like him.

 

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Make sense, as Ukraine's statehood prospect is bleak. Why not take what is rightfully yours ? There's a previous video where Putin said that he only wanted historic Russian lands, like Odessa, I'll go check that out. Lvov should go back to Poland, and Hungary should take back Transcarpathia.

You attack a neighboring state, kill hundreds of thousands of people there, expel millions of people from their native land, destroy its cities! And shed crocodile tears. And then you say: “Since the fate of your country is gloomy, I will take Odessa from you”...
Is this your opinion?
Or black humor?!
 
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Ukrainian intelligence founds corruption with 40 million euro Western aid.

American and European tax money in the pockets of Zelensky and his lower apparatsjiks (most of the Ukrainian statesmen have also Israeli passports).

This is just the 'tip of the iceberg' says a source.



No wonder they still couldnt beat Russia with billions of aid. I hope the Western people demand their governments to halt and stop all aid to Zelensky and his fellowship of perverts so that no Ukrainian young men needs to die for nothing.

Ukrainian white males are dying and their women are coming to the EU and are forced to marry with African and North African males in government dating programs.

What we see in Ukraine is a Western Playbook of Destroying Sovereign Nationstates.

 

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Looks like there's growing movements of patriotic Romanians who had enough of this money laundering operation in Ukraine and want to take what us rightfully theirs. I hope he's safe and don't ended up dead like Causescu. Good people usually end like him.

Claudiu Tarziu is just another traitor on Kremlin’s payroll. He should end up in jail for such destabilizing statements, because he is rooting for conflict with a friendly neighbor and acts against the country’s interests supporting a hostile foreign power. He should be on trial for high treason.

And Ceausescu was the worst of scum. His death is the best thing that happened to Romania in the last 50 years.
 

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Damn, if that's true, the EU isn't screwing around. They're sending a clear message to Hungary that if Orban wants to be in bed with Putin, he better be prepared for the people of his country to suffer enormous hardship in support of that position.
They should threaten Hungary with expulsion from the EU if it continues on this Putinist path. Orban is basically working with an enemy to hurt the interests of the EU from the inside. Such behavior should not be tolerated, and they should be shown the door from both the EU and NATO.
 

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⚡️ Valery Zaluzhny was removed from his position, - our sources.

Details later.

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You attack a neighboring state, kill hundreds of thousands of people there, expel millions of people from their native land, destroy its cities! And shed crocodile tears. And then you say: “Since the fate of your country is gloomy, I will take Odessa from you”...
Is this your opinion?
Or black humor?!
It's best for the three countries surrounding Ukraine to decide for themselves, Ukraine is facing an impending collapse, they're just counting time. A good leader lloks up to the benefit and interests of the country first and foremost. You know, many of what is now Ukrainian territory used to be part of Hungary, Poland and Romania not very long ago. They should make a deal with Russia that is, Russia should stop any advance pass Odessa and Kyiv. Poland could retake Lvov, Hungary could retake Transcarpathia and Romania could reclaim sovereignty over Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina.

That way everyone is happy and a major confrontation could be avoided between two opposing sides with nuclear weapons. In short Win-Win.
 

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It's best for the three countries surrounding Ukraine to decide for themselves, Ukraine is facing an impending collapse, they're just counting time. A good leader lloks up to the benefit and interests of the country first and foremost. You know, many of what is now Ukrainian territory used to be part of Hungary, Poland and Romania not very long ago. They should make a deal with Russia that is, Russia should stop any advance pass Odessa and Kyiv. Poland could retake Lvov, Hungary could retake Transcarpathia and Romania could reclaim sovereignty over Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina.

That way everyone is happy and a major confrontation could be avoided between two opposing sides with nuclear weapons. In short Win-Win.
Can Turkiye get at least some part of Crimea? Please?
 

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They should make a deal with Russia that is, Russia should stop any advance pass Odessa and Kyiv. Poland could retake Lvov, Hungary could retake Transcarpathia and Romania could reclaim sovereignty over Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina.

That way everyone is happy and a major confrontation could be avoided between two opposing sides with nuclear weapons. In short Win-Win.

Yes, I remember the times when we had those type of win-win deals in Europe, when two great powers (Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union) avoided war by dividing Poland between them. Oh, wait, they didn’t avoid war…
 

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Yes, I remember the times when we had those type of win-win deals in Europe, when two great powers (Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union) avoided war by dividing Poland between them. Oh, wait, they didn’t avoid war…

There are millions of political deals and treaties over Europe in the last half a millennia, and you choose Molotov-Ribbentrop?

Also, who is "we" here? The last time I checked, Romania had no say in the Germano-Soviet pact
 

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There are millions of political deals and treaties over Europe in the last half a millennia, and you choose Molotov-Ribbentrop?

Also, who is "we" here? The last time I checked, Romania had no say in the Germano-Soviet pact

All those terriotorial deals happened during times when we had non-stop wars. Because when countries are divided like that, you always end up with wars and conflict.

And “we” is for, we Europeans, who are sick of wars and prefer to live in peace and prosperity. In the EU we travel freely between countries and we have the right to live and work in any EU country without restrictions, so there is no need to fight over borders anymore. If you like a specific place, you can move and live there.
 
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Per multiple sources, Kuwait 🇰🇼 recently transferred more than 100 M-84 (licensed T-72) MBTs to Croatia 🇭🇷, for repair and modernization, before being passed on to Ukraine. It's not clear which country is paying for this, nor what the delivery time frame for Ukraine is. Regardless, any batch of 100+ tanks is a healthy contribution.

 
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