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Msg  779367 of 792245  at  5/22/2022 12:39:48 AM  by

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Russia's greatest defeat? Finland and Sweden joining NATO and what it means for Europe

 
>> i have posted several of this guy Perun's discussions before. all were really educational and really help frame the reality of the nature of how history is now changing significantly as we watch the Ukrainians fight for their future existence and demonstrate that using just a little tiny bit of the firepower that NATO actually possesses they have been able to set back the focused military campaign that the Russians army, generals and leadership especially as well as thee troops, in a significant way.
 
i am reading some stuff on these videos that discuss the rank and file Russian army troops, the Russians who are sent into battle with no equipment, poorly prepared, and how they are  actually insulted and humiliated by the Chechen army guys that are working on their contract to the Kremlin.
 
the Russians do not haave the same high quality equipment and weapons that the Chechens do. one talked about how they were all gonna just quit and that their officers were gonna leave the battle space too. that is a telltale about morale imo. 
 
it is just a matter of time and how long the Ukrainians are willing to take casualties, and civilian losses as well. but from my observations it seems like the brutality of the Russian troops is actually driving the Ukrainians to pursue a Russian defeat and removal from all of their country including Crimea, no matter how long, as long as they continue to recieve military support from the west.
 
the risk is that drumpf could be reelected and then he would stop support form our military and allow Putler to take over Ukraine. that is the risk imo. 
 
but everything i am learning leads me to believe that they are gonna be able to stop this encirclement of their position around Severodonetsk and that the Russians will be blocked from driving south fro Ilyum, and it is possible the breakout to the north from Propasna will be blocked as more Ukrainians are brought into the battle and more of the 155mm howitzers can be brought to bear on the Russian positions.
 
the Russians have already had to withdraw forces back north to protect their supply lines east of Kharkiev after the Ukrainians made that push to drive them back away from Kharkiev and threatened their supply lines from Belgorad. 
 
and while i  was listening to the Perun video, Denys came out with an update on the war around Propsna. gonna go watch it now. 
 


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