>>475037>I guess you'll ignore the risks that the Ukrainian state could go away
This is an empty threat because the Russian subhumans have already tried that and failed. You're not getting a second chance.>I can't validate those pictures, i don't know anything about tank-wrecks.
Okay, then get someone who you think is a subject matter expert to show that they're not valid. Or do you really expect people to not believe their lying eyes? >I will not put any trust in pro-Ukranian sources
It seems reality is pro-Ukrainian. >I think it was Mercouris citing a WaPo article
I read that WaPo article and didn't find the numbers you're citing. Therefore your faggot director is pulling shit out of his ass, as usual. >I would say the US has the technical know-how to engineer the most advanced jet fighters, but the F35 ain't it.
You don't know anything about fighter jets. Let's leave it at that. >The US's military supply lines are a lot less stream-lined than the Russian ones.
Yeah, so why do we have video of mobiks being told to buy tampons instead of being issued IFAKs? Why do we have tons of images of Russians wearing outdated gear, and even a manual telling the infantrymen that modern and common aiming devices and night vision are just for show? It's because Russia can't provide basic shit to its soldiers, and it shows. > The Russians on the other hand have a entirely domestic production for their military gear
Define production, since the Su-57 and the T-14 seem to be entirely for parades and airshows and don't seem to have ever been made in any numbers worth talking about. Whatever you may ignorantly think about the F-35, the fact is that it exists in enough numbers to actually be deployed. >It's a very potent system
Pic related. Very potently explosive. >Take into account the relatively sophisticated guided missiles with interception-counter-measures they shot down.
Apparently everything short of the missile that actually hit this one, kek. > For comparison the Israeli Iron dome system still has difficulties in intercepting relatively primitive unguided ballistic missiles from the Palestinian resistance fighters.
Iron dome is made specifically to hit small sugar rockets. You don't know anything about air defense either. Let's leave it at that. >They've build a huge force in the rear of the battle field, what do you suppose that's for, if not for an offensive.
Yes, and I'm sure any day now Moscow will send in the real troops and totally reverse course instead of winning the war from the start. >Don't be ridiculess nobody in Nato honestly believes that Ukraine will get it's 1989-2014 borders back.
Except every single country supporting them has said that this is the goal, and that they'll support Ukraine until this is the case, and that includes the UK and the US, you know, the two that matter. > When they talk about freezing the conflict they say that Ukraine will loose territory.
The only ones mentioning this are Russian subhumans like yoruself. The conflict will not be frozen. You will not get Minsk 3, and Russian zaraza will leave Ukraine. >At the moment the Russians aren't doing that
No, because they've been repeatedly told "No." But Russians are so shameless that they'll probably try their stupid shit of a Christmas truce. >They are using a mixed pile of systems that makes maintenance and supply difficult.
And yet they have managed to drive Russian rats from Kyiv, Kherson, Kharkiv, and now assault them in Zaporizhzhia. It is telling that old weapons are effective about the supposed "modern" Russian military. > The Russians could exploit that strategic error for imposing devastating attrition losses on Ukraine.
Except for the pesky fact that it is the other way around. Russian operational art: Wimp-Lo style. >We learned that the industrial capacity of Nato atrophied, they can't match Russia in heavy weapons production.
And yet Ukraine has more tanks than before, more vehicles, more artillery pieces, more air defense, more access to precision weapons, and soon a steady supply of new aircraft. It's almost like what you said isn't true. >The US is not ready to engage in symmetrical industrial warfare, because they spend the last 20 years doing asymmetric war-fare in the middle east.
You are quite stupid. The US has only shifted to LSCO over the past ten years, and every single reorganization of forces shows this. Please, hold on to your ignorance and naïve hope that Russia is somehow going to hold on for dear life against the mighty nation of Ukraine
. Russia is a fucking joke.