Ukraine - Russia Flare Up

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A well-known French lawyer and politician, Régis de Castelnau, said that Russia captured two undamaged French-made Caeser self-propelled guns in Ukraine. According to him, the Caeser self-propelled guns delivered earlier by France to Ukraine have already been sent for study by Uralvagonzavod. According to him, the study of ACS is carried out by reverse engineering. Earlier, France handed over to Ukraine 12 Caeser self-propelled guns and a certain amount of ammunition for them.




The Russian Ministry of Defense showed the work of the composition of the special Volga train in Ukraine, created by specialists from the railway troops of the Western Military District to conduct engineering reconnaissance and restore tracks. The train has an armored coating, weapons, equipment and firepower are placed on the platforms.


 

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SSO operators of Ukraine together with artillerymen masterfully worked out the task of destroying enemy equipment, ammunition and manpower.


Watch these pillocks run.

 
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A well-known French lawyer and politician, Régis de Castelnau, said that Russia captured two undamaged French-made Caeser self-propelled guns in Ukraine. According to him, the Caeser self-propelled guns delivered earlier by France to Ukraine have already been sent for study by Uralvagonzavod. According to him, the study of ACS is carried out by reverse engineering. Earlier, France handed over to Ukraine 12 Caeser self-propelled guns and a certain amount of ammunition for them.
In fact it seems they can't even make a convincing photo to show us, so we have nothing to fear from their reverse engineering.
 
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Germany shouldn't have:

A) Aborted nuclear energy; and

B) Decided to rely on Russian gas for electricity production and heating.
"Germany shouldn't indulge in hypocrisy" (or west in general)

yeah they should not with trade with china as well or buy oil for venezuela/iran even worse from dictatorships in ME.
 

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Ah, but you said NATO could easily invade Russian with tanks from the Ukrainian border earlier in this thread. Clearly tank invasions are not that easy. Russia is getting pounded just as much, because Ukraine is getting better positional intel on them.

You must be on drugs.

I have said they are where it says on liveuamap, prove me wrong.

You think this is making Russia rich? :ROFLMAO:

Reacting to what exactly? A problem he himself caused by trying to to reverse the will of 40 million people in 2013?

Europe needs to militarise anyway, it has done for a long time. All these goals, maybe one man just did some stupid things, have you ever considered that?

You talk about the US as if they are like God or something. You are overestimating their ability to write the whole of reality.

Separatist regions aren't going to form because Europe is a nice place to live unlike Russia. What exactly would they be protesting against? Their democratic rights, their freedom, the stable economy, their ability to find work?

Russia is going to invade a land route to Kaliningrad? :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: Oh Lordy, these posts are getting desperate. I think after the Ukraine debacle if they even move forces to the Belarussian border with Lithuania or Poland, they will probably start hitting them with airstrikes.

As long as you have enough technology, troops and support. The Russians are barely using 10-20% of their real capabilities.

You won't find proof via Western sources.

I was referring to Russia getting rich in the pre-war era. Now it's unknown. At least the govt will continue making money via oil sales to Asia.

Europe wouldn't militarise unless pushed towards it. We already saw France's weak stand on China, and they are supposed to be Europe's strongest power. Now the American push has come to shove. Europe would have miltarised way too late if it wasn't for the war.

You are underestimating the capabilities of the only sovereign country on the planet.

You will be surprised by how quickly external factors can change the internal dynamics of a country. It will start off with Islamic terrorist attacks, like it did in stable, peaceful Sri Lanka, which began their demise. Plenty of yahoos in Europe to make that happen, especially the ones that can be smuggled in via Belarus. If the attack is large enough, it will expose the weak security apparatus and will result in reduced investments and international migrant movement, which results in job losses. It happened in India too, after the Mumbai attacks.

Russia won't invade Lithuania. Separatists will simply dominate a small region and then demand referendum. It won't be as large as Donbas, but once a disputed territory shows up, out goes NATO.
 

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As long as you have enough technology, troops and support. The Russians are barely using 10-20% of their real capabilities.

You won't find proof via Western sources.

I was referring to Russia getting rich in the pre-war era. Now it's unknown. At least the govt will continue making money via oil sales to Asia.

Europe wouldn't militarise unless pushed towards it. We already saw France's weak stand on China, and they are supposed to be Europe's strongest power. Now the American push has come to shove. Europe would have miltarised way too late if it wasn't for the war.

You are underestimating the capabilities of the only sovereign country on the planet.

You will be surprised by how quickly external factors can change the internal dynamics of a country. It will start off with Islamic terrorist attacks, like it did in stable, peaceful Sri Lanka, which began their demise. Plenty of yahoos in Europe to make that happen, especially the ones that can be smuggled in via Belarus. If the attack is large enough, it will expose the weak security apparatus and will result in reduced investments and international migrant movement, which results in job losses. It happened in India too, after the Mumbai attacks.

Russia won't invade Lithuania. Separatists will simply dominate a small region and then demand referendum. It won't be as large as Donbas, but once a disputed territory shows up, out goes NATO.
Well, it's about time they started given their losses. Russia isn't like a NATO country, they have to maintain government, order and contested borders elsewhere.

No, we should listen to Russian state-controlled media instead. :rolleyes:

It won't matter, Russia's economy is ultimate going down the toilet.

No, you are just being ridiculous and blaming them for everything, rather than blaming a leader who went against the will of his people and his own election promises.

You underestimate our security services. And like I said, Russia has far more potential for aggro than the EU. It has Chechens fighting on the Ukrainian side FFS. This really is pathetic, you threatening Europe with terrorism because Russian can't win. :ROFLMAO: :poop:

The few separatists will simply be killed or locked up. The Russian system has nothing attractive to offer people.

That's not how NATO works, not even slightly. UK, France, Spain have all had disputed regions.

You are deluded. The Russian system has nothing to offer except martial style law these days and a crap economy. It's more likely that people in Kaliningrad will turn against them and they will lose Kaliningrad.