Ukraine and Only Ukraine. If it isn't about Ukraine then fuck off

WhoaTed

Antichrist
1,157
393
Holland, MI

Zonker

Super Anarchist
9,714
5,669
Canada
According to Ukrainian intelligence, Russian Lieutenant General Roman Berdnikov, who had commanded Russia’s intervention in Syria and was appointed commander of the Western Military District on Aug. 26, was removed from command.

Good news. When you change the boss, it takes him/her a few weeks to get up to speed on what is going on. So gives Ukrainian army more time to act.
 

Ishmael

52,468
12,269
Fuctifino
Good news. When you change the boss, it takes him/her a few weeks to get up to speed on what is going on. So gives Ukrainian army more time to act.

That poor bastard only had two weeks on the job before Pooty sacked him. At that rate, in six months the privates will be running the army.
 

dylan winter

Super Anarchist
6,695
1,964
this is a normally reliable source of Ukraine news

it is a one hour discussion per day by intelligent well informed telegraph journos




if you have a long drive or some time in the workshop then this book is worth a listen

written read by a Dimbleby no less

It is about the german invasion of russia

it is highl;y relevant to what is happening in Ukraine

 

Stingray~

Super Anarchist
11,702
3,122
PNW
The missile attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure aren't new but if RU keeps hitting the power supply systems causing blackouts then things will get even worse in UKR, especially this winter.

The only way to prevent these missile strikes could well be to go after the launch sites, be they from in RU near Belgorad or from in Belarus or even from the ships in the Black Sea. I see this expanding, unfortunately.
 

LeoV

Super Anarchist
12,702
3,748
The Netherlands
With the latest results the front lines are shortened, and you can bet Belarus stays out of it. As will Transnistria.
The area North of Lysychanks is marsh land, thinly populated.

FcetMJkXgAMjke0
 

d'ranger

Super Anarchist
29,213
4,306
this is a normally reliable source of Ukraine news

it is a one hour discussion per day by intelligent well informed telegraph journos




if you have a long drive or some time in the workshop then this book is worth a listen

written read by a Dimbleby no less

It is about the german invasion of russia

it is highl;y relevant to what is happening in Ukraine


The first link is very interesting covering all the scenarios and possibilities. Will check out the 2nd when I have time - it should be filed under 101 Reasons to Not Invade Other Countries.

edit: just read analysis how Ukraine made no secret to taking Kherson, Russia moved 10k troops to stiffen the defense so Ukraine attacked in the northeast with just enough attack in the south to keep Russia from being able to move troops again. Ukraine playing chess and Russia again tic tac toe or whackamole.
 

dylan winter

Super Anarchist
6,695
1,964
The first link is very interesting covering all the scenarios and possibilities. Will check out the 2nd when I have time - it should be filed under 101 Reasons to Not Invade Other Countries.
I have been away on the boat and listened to the second vid while sailing against the tide up the Wallet Spitway I found it to be most enlightening
 

Raz'r

Super Anarchist
62,307
5,506
De Nile
Once Russia is tossed out on its ass, we can drop the sanctions and prepare for an oil price crash that will bankrupt Russia. Again.
 

Stingray~

Super Anarchist
11,702
3,122
PNW
With the latest results the front lines are shortened, and you can bet Belarus stays out of it. As will Transnistria.
The area North of Lysychanks is marsh land, thinly populated.

FcetMJkXgAMjke0
Am still depressed about the state of the war, even this 'victory' has been roughly a 50x50 miles area, a small sliver of UKR. And it looked mostly empty and useless.

Hopefully the taking of Izyum will have a bad effect on RU's supply lines, being a railroads junction. Hopefully it is a bad effect on RU symbolically too, as well as a big morale-booster to UKR.
 

barfy

Super Anarchist
4,992
1,301
dit: just read analysis how Ukraine made no secret to taking Kherson, Russia moved 10k troops to stiffen the defense so Ukraine attacked in the northeast with just enough attack in the south to keep Russia from being able to move troops again. Ukraine playing chess and Russia again tic tac toe or whackamole.
No bridges in the southern theater for the Russians to redeploy helped. Plus fixing the rest there with the small problem of the loss of the entire bridgehead. It doesn't really qualify as a feint, it's a legitimate front that will soon bear fruit, albeit frozen fruit.
 

Mark_K

Super Anarchist
this is a normally reliable source of Ukraine news

it is a one hour discussion per day by intelligent well informed telegraph journos




if you have a long drive or some time in the workshop then this book is worth a listen

written read by a Dimbleby no less

It is about the german invasion of russia

it is highl;y relevant to what is happening in Ukraine


They've taken back about 90% of the Kharkiv oblast, the likely next move is the Zaporizhia oblast. If they can cut across to Mariople, the Kherson oblast can only be supplied by the Kerch bridge, which would be in range of HIMARs on Zaporizhia's shore. Checkmate for both and for Crimea.
Some reports both sides are aware of this and are rushing stuff down there now. This is a place the Russians absolutely must defend so the true state of their military will be told.

Luhansk and Donetsk are likely to be last. Perhaps even allowed to split away to end the conflict. Honor may be satisfied by re-claiming everything but that, perhaps.
 




Top