Western experts predict a change in the tactics of the Russian special operation due to the supply of GLSDB bombs to Ukraine

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Western experts predict a change in the tactics of the Russian special operation due to the supply of GLSDB bombs to Ukraine

Due to the possible supply of Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) to the Ukrainian regime, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation may change the tactics of conducting a special military operation. Reuters writes about this, referring to the opinion of interviewed foreign experts.

The GLSDB range is known to exceed 150 kilometers. Accordingly, such bombs will be able to reach warehouses and deployment centers for Russian troops far from the line of contact between the parties.



Arms and security expert from the Center for Strategic and International Studies Tom Karako believes that Ukraine will definitely benefit from the supply of such bombs. The Russian military will have to guess how the Armed Forces of Ukraine will apply the new weapon.

At the same time, it is possible that the Russian armed forces will be able to adapt to the changed situation. Then they will have to place personnel and depots of ammunition and military equipment as far as possible from the line of contact.

Interestingly, Western experts do not think about a possible Russian response to the supply of more long-range weapons to Ukraine. After all, Russia has the technological capabilities to deliver massive strikes against targets on the territory of Ukraine, and targets can be not only energy facilities, but also administrative and military buildings, including government agencies of the country.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the Russian Defense Ministry to prevent attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on targets on Russian territory and to take appropriate actions for this.
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  1. +15
    February 3 2023
    Another red line drawn with a green pencil.
    1. +8
      February 3 2023
      But Eastern and Asian experts argue that there is an urgent need to supply more advanced weapons to Syrian and Iraqi citizens who have been suffering from American domination and occupation of their native lands by Anglo-Saxon rabble and their henchmen for many years.

      And most importantly, these experts suggest that the Syrians and Iraqis can expect success in the fight against the Anglo-Saxon invaders and the liberation of their lands.

      So, when Western "experts" are thrilled by their ideas, it will not be superfluous to recall that there are other "experts" in the world. angry
      1. +5
        February 3 2023
        Hardly. I would like to, but probably not. There, only Iran has eggs.
        The rest, such a feeling, have decided among themselves and are trading in the Syrian "slurry".
        Otherwise, how can one explain the presence of mattress covers there? They can be completely destroyed in commercial quantities, since they are terrorists and are in Syria illegally. Citizenship is of no interest to them. But... they feel very at ease there for some reason. Probably because in Kukuyivi in ​​February 2023 there are some meetings with Europeans, summits and no one even wants to scare them a little.
      2. +1
        February 4 2023
        This is what Iran is trying to do. Only unsuccessfully. Everything or almost everything breaks on the way
    2. -1
      February 3 2023
      red line loudly indicated by disappearing ink
      1. +1
        February 3 2023
        Quote from ivan1979nkl
        red line loudly indicated by disappearing ink

        LOUDLY declared and BOLDly marked ... Yes
        So, it sounds like Russian.
    3. -11
      February 3 2023
      Right now, the casualty ratio is about ~1:80 (death). The population under the control of Kyiv is ~16 million, and is decreasing by 1.2 million per year (in 2021, the natural decline is -640k, and the net left the country for permanent residence in other countries is 300k; in 2022, about 400k more deaths per year were added. Oh, even - 1.3 million a year turned out), the population of Russia in 2021 is 147.2 million, in 2022 they took away from Ukraine (thank you, by the way) 8.5 million citizens = 155+ million. And this is only permanent. I do not take now temporary (tourists, foreign workers, etc.) - there are still ~ + 8 million of them in the country at any given time, with them in general 163 million of the entire population on the territory of Russia.
      In short, the loss ratio is ~1:80, and the population of Russia is 10 times larger. It turns out that proxy-NATO Ukrainian meat dies in terms of per capita about 800 times more. This is the extermination of an ethnic group. Plus, we'll capture the remnants of the survivors.
      1. -12
        February 3 2023
        The population under the control of Kyiv ~ 16 million, and decreases by 1.2 million per year

        According to Rosstat, the population of Russia decreased over the past year by more than 500 million people.
        1. +7
          February 3 2023
          According to Rosstat, the population of Russia decreased over the past year by more than 500 million people.

          Those. Russia's population is now minus 353 million people? You made my day! laughing
          1. -2
            February 3 2023
            Quote: Pankrat25
            Those. Russia's population is now minus 353 million people? You made my day!


            What are you happy about?

            Well, the person made a mistake with zeros, only the situation is still negative.
      2. +1
        February 4 2023
        About 20 thousand are fighting in the foreign legion. And apparently they are not very decreasing. That is, the loss ratio is not quite the same as you draw
      3. +1
        February 4 2023
        Right now, the casualty ratio is about ~1:80 (death).

        And most of them were destroyed by troops under the command of General Konashenkov.
    4. 0
      March 17 2023
      ¡Exacto! Occidente se burla de las lineas rojas.
  2. +12
    February 3 2023
    Interestingly, Western experts do not think about a possible Russian response to the supply of more long-range weapons to Ukraine.


    And why should they think, we don’t answer and we’ll swallow it, VVP really hinted here the other day about the use of not only armored vehicles, but something is hard to believe.
  3. +1
    February 3 2023
    It still needs installation to run. The French, Germans, Poles do not deny that their self-propelled guns are turning into trash, only the striped ones are talking about their chimars. Everything that gets there is destroyed sooner or later, the only question is how much harm this or that superwafer manages to cause.
    1. +8
      February 3 2023
      Since this bomb is guided by a satellite, and the engine is needed only for the starting impulse - it shoots back after gaining speed and altitude - you can launch this crap from any pipe of a suitable diameter. The whole situation for the Armed Forces of Ukraine - a launcher is not needed for this weapon!
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        1. +4
          February 3 2023
          Here is an article about these bombs
          https://topwar.ru/210135-rakety-glsdb-dlja-ukrainy-vopros-reshen.html
    2. 0
      February 4 2023
      The war is for that and the war so that the equipment is in the trash on it. It's just a question of recoverability of losses.
  4. +7
    February 3 2023
    Of course, it will affect ... \ bridges / headquarters / warehouses / barracks / hospitals will have to be moved another 50 km from the front line and find additional air defense systems, air defense systems for these additional 50 km of reach. From Kherson it will start to get to Yevpatoria (maybe to Saki) ... from Zaporozhye - a land corridor to the Crimea.
    1. -11
      February 3 2023
      In the summer, the Russian army fired about 60k shells per day (by the way, this is 2 times more intense than in 1943), NATO proxy bodies - about 5k. At the same time, the losses from artillery, of course, are not 1:12, but the ratio is much higher, since Russia has longer-range artillery, more precisely, better reconnaissance and target designation, tactics for saving personnel, etc. Plus, Russia threshed and threshed with missiles, absolutely dominates in the MLRS ( Russia has already taken out almost a thousand MLRS installations from the proxy NATO), bombs with aircraft (unlike opponents, which makes a flight only to be shot down and die), and Russian air defense also shoots down most of the MLRS, and even some artillery shells (for example, intercepted American guided Excaliburs). Plus, the quality of the personnel is a pro in Russia and an increasing share of civilian graven meat in NATO. Accordingly, the ratio of losses in the summer was around 1:60, now it has already reached 1:70-1:80, and in Soledar it was 1:100-120. Since the beginning of the CBO, the ratio is ~1:53
      1. +2
        February 3 2023
        In general, I agree with your conclusions, but you are wrong about better intelligence and target designation. This is where we lose out. By the way, another problem is growing, the increase in high-precision long-range weapons in the Armed Forces of Ukraine leads to greater "smearing" of units, and from here the problem of the effectiveness of their controllability and interaction, and communication is our historical disease.
      2. +5
        February 3 2023
        Russia has long-range artillery, more precisely, better intelligence and target designation

        Are you seriously? Russia outnumbers artillery in terms of how-to catch, yes, but there are doubts in terms of target designation and accuracy. Yes, and art is basically what we have, what they have, these are the developments of the great Union.
        1. +6
          February 3 2023
          Yes, it's a troll.
          The losses are 1 to 80, even higher than the desert storm in 1991. And here is the meat grinder.
          The dude is a fierce troll, like he's finally a stoned urapatriot.
        2. -1
          February 4 2023
          For your information, Russian arts hit like hell even on the move and from the first shot at a distance of up to 25 km.
      3. +2
        February 4 2023
        What makes you think that Russian Arta is long-range and more accurate? I watched the performance characteristics of both of them and they are not in favor of the Russian ones.
  5. -7
    February 3 2023
    Globally, nothing can be changed ... today at Zen "Historical Thimbles" a good analysis of this situation was released
    With the advent of long-range systems, troops have already rebuilt to live in a dispersal of headquarters, warehouses, bases, hospitals and other infrastructure ... with the advent of new systems, it is necessary to review the affected areas and rebuild the use of detection systems (the use of heavy UAVs, for example), electronic warfare and weapons (Tornado S , aviation or tactical missiles)
    The weapons section also has materials today
  6. +7
    February 3 2023
    Interestingly, Western experts do not think about a possible Russian response to the supply of more long-range weapons to Ukraine. After all, Russia has the technological capabilities to deliver massive strikes against targets on the territory of Ukraine.

    Western experts are a very diverse audience. There are also cheers-screamers among them, but there are also smart professionals among them. And if these professionals do not consider the possibility of Russia to respond adequately, then this possibility is so small that it can not be taken into account in tactical layouts. That is, we again have complacency and rest on our laurels - there is an opportunity. And if not? Or is there, but only in response? And this answer will bring the dead back to life? I would like to get sane answers to these questions.
    1. -1
      February 3 2023
      Quote: Leader_Barmaleev
      I would like to get sane answers to these questions.

      And I would like to get an answer to a direct question:
      “For whom and on whose side is our liberal lobby “fighting”?”
      For the appearance of this type of weaponry is not to pull a hair out of Hottabych's beard ...
      1. +2
        February 3 2023
        I will answer you directly - our liberda is FIGHTING AGAINST RUSSIA, since the liberda needs an English-speaking owner and all sorts of freebies in huge quantities for faithful service to this owner. Service itself, from their point of view, should be expressed in the pronunciation of words with the mouth, which are pleasant to hear for the owner. Did my answer suit you?
    2. 0
      February 3 2023
      Leader Barmaleev:
      I would like to get sane answers to these questions ... how to deal with GLSDB

      —-Enter the Fog of War. To fight artillery means being in close combat. One's own and someone else's distance is not differentiated. To be in an environment where GLSDB does not have enough time for the history of decisions on the target, but only for instantaneous, not time-separated collections of decisions - i.e. under conditions of high probability of a decision, he “mistakes his own for someone else’s”.

      —Be close to the front line and ready for battle. Disguise. Of course, reconnaissance and combat surveillance. Air defense .. but this is a classic. (To be at a distance of this long arm is just to put things together and go deep into Russia for this distance).

      —- as ATGM parts and methods appeared, so should PHIMARS and PGLSDB parts and methods.
  7. +7
    February 3 2023
    We have the technological capabilities to deliver massive strikes against objects!. How! So what kind of Zarathustra prevents us from wiping objects into dust?
    1. 0
      February 3 2023
      Quote from: dmi.pris1
      So what Zarathustra prevents us from dusting objects?

      Chapter 4. President of Russian Federation
      Article 80
      2. The President of the Russian Federation is the guarantor of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the rights and freedoms of man and citizen. In accordance with the procedure established by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, he takes measures to protect the sovereignty of the Russian Federation, its independence and state integrity, ensures the coordinated functioning and interaction of public authorities.
      Article 82
      1. When taking office, the President of the Russian Federation takes the following oath to the people:
      "I swear, in exercising the powers of the President of the Russian Federation, to respect and protect the rights and freedoms of man and citizen, to observe and defend the Constitution of the Russian Federation, protect the sovereignty and independence, security and integrity of the state, faithfully serve the people".
      (TO THE PEOPLE!!! Not to the oligarchs or some officials, but to the PEOPLE!!!)
      Article 83
      President of Russian Federation:
      h) approves the military doctrine of the Russian Federation;
      Article 87
      1. The President of the Russian Federation is the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.
    2. -1
      February 3 2023
      Sivkov and Artamonov have already answered this question in one of their videos. In a nutshell - there is no order.
  8. +1
    February 3 2023
    Peremoga is canceled, bombs will be put on the sharovary no earlier than in 9 months, Bloomberg seems to write.
  9. +4
    February 3 2023
    urged the Ministry of Defense

    I thought the commander-in-chief was giving orders...
  10. 0
    February 3 2023
    There was a message about a new modification of the "Shell" with 48 small rockets. He has the cards in his hand.
    1. +1
      February 3 2023
      In a single copy.....
      Sorry, I'm not smart enough to write a normal comment
  11. -1
    February 3 2023
    Then they will have to place personnel and depots of ammunition and military equipment as far as possible from the line of contact.
    Or disperse them in as small groups as possible ..., as well as create denser air defense "umbrellas".
    It is high time to recall the experience of the USSR in the use of airships in the creation of continuous radar fields
    1. +1
      February 3 2023
      All our problems are from unsuppressed air defense and the lack of a sane number of AWACS!
      IMHO hi
      PS This wundevafle, in order to fly 150 km away, must, on the active site, climb 10-15 km up!
      Accordingly, tracking the launch point is not a problem, it would be something ... sad
      1. 0
        February 3 2023
        The problem is that the launcher leaves the launch site before it has a chance to strike.
      2. -1
        February 4 2023
        The optics are worn out, or what? Do not notice and do not take the direction to the column of demons with a height of one kilometer?
        1. -1
          February 4 2023
          Even if you notice a "column of smoke" and have time to somehow parasitize the departing launcher, this will do little. PU is just a truck with a canister for missiles. Worth a penny. All the value is in the missiles themselves and their guidance system - through satellites and GPS. And they walk in a crowd over Russia. If the rocket has launched, then it will definitely fly straight to the target. The only thing left to do is beat her.
  12. +6
    February 3 2023
    Somehow, the appointment of Gerasimov as responsible for the NMD finally turns the war into "marking time." It's already been - Kyiv, Kharkov, Kherson. Everyone has long understood: "the war to the last Ukrainian" can go on for decades, since the resource in Ukraine is gigantic. All this talk about "grinding" is completely useless, Zelensky is not going to capitulate in principle, no matter what losses Ukrovermacht suffers. Maybe it's time to introduce real, combat commanders into the General Staff - and not these impotent representatives of the "Arbat military district"!? Of course, this is not a question for the guys-heroes on the front line - but for Putin personally! In the meantime, we see in him a helpless version of following the policy of Nicholas II ...
    1. 0
      February 4 2023
      Some 5 years ago, it would not have even occurred to me that there could be serious questions for Putin. I stood up for him. And now... I don't know what to think. I see a weak-willed person who has driven himself into the trap of an ill-conceived and unprepared NWO, still hoping to settle everything with little bloodshed, peace agreements and other nonsense. It is as if he lives in a parallel reality, where the SVO is just a special operation against a gang of militants in the mountains of Chechnya...
      1. 0
        February 5 2023
        Quote: BorzRio
        Some 5 years ago, it would not have even occurred to me that there could be serious questions for Putin. I stood up for him. And now... I don't know what to think. I see a weak-willed person who has driven himself into the trap of an ill-conceived and unprepared NWO, still hoping to settle everything with little bloodshed, peace agreements and other nonsense

        I agree, it's sad to see this.
        once the president came to power in words to wet terrorists in the toilet, and then the words did not disagree with the deed.
        And now the truth is still going to agree. Honestly, if Medvedev had been president, they would have been blasted somewhere with a bomb last year, but there are two options. Either it would begin, or the West would still. I bet on the second.
  13. +3
    February 3 2023
    But they don’t think. There will still be no answer or there will be a type of .. concern.
    And our people seem to be dying due to the lack of a proper response to the actions of banderlogs(hospitals, schools and many other things come to mind)
  14. +1
    February 3 2023
    Russia has the technological capabilities to deliver massive strikes against targets on the territory of Ukraine
    And unfortunately, he does not yet use everything that he can use for this, but why is the question? But I hope that this is temporary and the period of excessive "humanity" is coming to an end.
    1. +1
      February 3 2023
      Quote: rotmistr60
      But I hope that this is temporary and the period of excessive "humanity" is coming to an end.

      Yes, yes, yes ... As well as the terms of pseudo popular government ...
    2. +2
      February 4 2023
      And unfortunately, he does not yet use everything that he can use for this, but why is the question?

      Because it is very difficult to use in real combat operations the only prototype that was taken to all exhibitions and shown at parades. And given that the filling of this demonstration sample is 80 percent imported, it is possible to launch them into a series in years ... a lot. However, if there is at least a prototype, it’s already good, a considerable part of our prodigies generally exist only in the brave reports of analog sawmillers.
      Here is the answer to your question.
  15. +3
    February 3 2023
    The answer to this should be the destroyed decision-making centers in (in) Ukraine.
    1. +3
      February 3 2023
      Yes, there are no decision-making centers in Ukraine, external management has long been am
      1. +1
        February 4 2023
        Yes, there are no decision-making centers in Ukraine, for a long time already external management am

        There are no centers, but the EU delegations calmly come to Kyiv without hiding. In Kyiv, celebrating some holiday, calmly walks on the paving stones of wide areas, almost the entire Ukrainian elite with greens at the head. He doesn't even look around or look up at the sky. And at the same time, on the streets of a small town of Donbass, they grappled in a fight ... and there are no rules except for one: either you or you to death.
    2. +1
      February 3 2023
      ... and the destruction of the entire military leadership of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
      by all possible means.
  16. +2
    February 3 2023
    targets can be not only energy facilities, but also administrative and military buildings, including government agencies of the country.
    - Don't tell my horseshoes... (film Alyosha Popovich, Julius the horse).
  17. +3
    February 3 2023
    "Interestingly, Western experts are not thinking about a possible Russian response to the supply of more long-range weapons to Ukraine." They just don’t give a damn what and where will explode in response in Ukraine, they don’t explode, well, that’s cool laughing
  18. 0
    February 3 2023
    But Eastern and Asian experts argue that there is an urgent need to supply more advanced weapons to Syrian and Iraqi citizens who have been suffering from American domination and occupation of their native lands by Anglo-Saxon rabble and their henchmen for many years.

    And not only to Syrian and Iraqi citizens, but also in Latin America, Africa and wherever possible. A lot of time and opportunities have already been missed, but better late than never.
    1. +3
      February 3 2023
      There is an opinion that after a year of hostilities, we ourselves do not have enough of the entire range of weapons, but you propose to supply other countries
      1. +4
        February 3 2023
        Yes, on this site "like patriots" they shout about the need to supply and support the DPRK.
        And no one will ever say what is the point of this. Because as it was with Cuba and other fraternal peoples, so it will be here, thanks, yes, a voice in the UN.
        Is it worth it?
        None of this "caste" will pay. Neither Cuba, nor the DPRK, nor Iraq, no one returned the debts. Although the same Iraq is quite solvent.
        And how many African countries have forgiven their debts can not be counted.
        These "patriots" believe that the Russians should live in bast shoes, and at the same time support all sorts of distant overseas regimes, especially in order to annoy the amers.
  19. -1
    February 3 2023
    Western experts predict a change in the tactics of the Russian special operation due to the supply of GLSDB bombs to Ukraine
    Nothing fundamentally new ... the threats are the same as before, the distance of destruction is increased, the target is less noticeable.
    Those. reconnaissance, airspace control and air defense must work more efficiently.
    To say that it will be possible to level everything at once ... it is unlikely that we can cope with the old threats, alas.
    Cherry on the cake ... the best air defense is YOUR TANKS, at enemy airfields !!!
  20. +1
    February 3 2023
    With the advent of GLSDB missiles in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, problems will be added.
    The most effective method of dealing with Hymers is to destroy them.
    While the APU had only GLSDB with a range of up to 84 km, the Hymers launched 5-20 km from the LBS. With the help of radar or even optical surveillance equipment, it was possible to calculate the Hymers launch zone, especially since launches are carried out mainly on roads. After that, the launch zone is affected by artillery and MLRS. MLRS with cluster anti-tank munitions will be especially effective. In technical terms, this is quite feasible for the RF Armed Forces, as part of the creation of a system of battery control offices. In the case of the GLSDB, the launch can be made from at least 100 km from the LBS. At the same time, the requirements for detection means are significantly increased and the range of means of destruction is severely limited.
  21. +8
    February 3 2023
    A year ago, the Russian army was afraid. After the start of the NWO, all the embassies fled from Kyiv. And then they looked, and the tiger is paper! He walks growling, but it’s useless. And if earlier they were afraid to even think about putting up seedy rackets, now they supply any weapon without fear of anything.
    With their indecision, the leaders gave carte blanche to our enemies, which only delays the hostilities, makes them more bloody. At the same time, we say that the people of Ukraine have nothing to do with it, they are led by the Nazis, but we do not destroy the Nazi leaders. Where is the logic?
    Soon, having piled on the whole crowd (52 countries), they will begin to choke the bear, and there will be no other way out how to use nuclear weapons.
    1. 0
      February 3 2023
      Children's thoughts.
      Does intelligence know the whereabouts of this Kalyuzhny or a dozen other important officials of the Armed Forces of Ukraine? Or have they not climbed out of the bunkers for a year now? Troops without high command should get sick? Well, this is not a kosher who really leads them. Why is there no command work? Dudayev is perplexed from the hot cauldron.
      Or is it an ordinary infantryman of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, a Nazi and a Banderist, and he can be "grind", and the general is already a partner and you can't touch him?
      1. 0
        February 4 2023
        After February 24, it feels like in Russia there is only one name left from intelligence after their "successes"
  22. 0
    February 3 2023
    It will create additional problems. The intelligence of the Ukrainians, including undercover intelligence, is well established, and weapons, supplies and personnel will have to be dispersed to a great depth from the front line. But the command does not like it - l / s is more difficult to control.
  23. +3
    February 3 2023
    Everything is somehow dreary, although Nadezhda dies last. The Supreme Commander from Volgograd once again threatened the adversaries with something unknown. Peskov mumbled something, deciphering what was said, so much so that no one was scared again, since Peskov himself did not know what it was about, but reacted just in case. That is how we live. They are tanks, and we are snot. They are rockets, and we are verbal diarrhea! Maybe we'll see something worthwhile from the leadership. Dreams.
  24. -7
    February 3 2023
    Since the use of these bombs without the participation of the United States and its satellite constellation is not possible, it's time to hint to the Washington fascists about our concern by destroying a couple of satellites in orbit.
    1. 0
      February 4 2023
      And who will hint? Redline lovers?
    2. +1
      February 4 2023
      Didn't you think that they could also do such a trick. And more successfully.
  25. +3
    February 3 2023
    If the Russian Federation responded to each such supply with its supply of something lethal to the same Iran, Hezbollah, Venezuela (well, at least in words it’s possible), then the ardor of these suppliers would have moderated slightly.
  26. 0
    February 3 2023
    Quote: Leader_Barmaleev
    I will answer you directly - our liberda is FIGHTING AGAINST RUSSIA, since the liberda needs an English-speaking owner and all sorts of freebies in huge quantities for faithful service to this owner. Service itself, from their point of view, should be expressed in the pronunciation of words with the mouth, which are pleasant to hear for the owner. Did my answer suit you?

    Remember how Borka almost kissed the Americans when he surrendered the country? Who did he choose as his successor? What do you think was the briefing during the delivery and acceptance of the "position"? Conclusions can be drawn independently with minimal knowledge of the history of the country.
  27. +1
    February 3 2023
    has the technological capabilities to deliver massive strikes against targets on the territory of Ukraine, and targets can be not only energy facilities, but also administrative and military buildings,

    laughing yeah, it has.
  28. +2
    February 3 2023
    The words "can", "we can", "we can" .. etc. - already set on edge.. WHAT IN THE ACT??? ... silence...
  29. -1
    February 4 2023
    But it is impossible to make sure that this weapon does not reach the front line at Saloreikh? No? Will we start fighting?
  30. VB
    -1
    February 4 2023
    What is there Putin ordered to prevent? This and the red lines, it became funny. How he wants peace. He pays for pumping oil and gas through the outskirts, and Zelensky buys weapons with this money to kill Russian soldiers, and in Bulgaria and somewhere else they prepare fuel from it and deliver it to the front with a whistle, and Putin’s friends, all Jews, count money . The enemy in the Kremlin and the enemy in Kyiv. It is not known which is worse. Probably in Moscow.
    1. 0
      February 4 2023
      If Putin had listened to the Jews, then there would have been no war.
  31. +1
    February 4 2023
    I propose to recall the Afghan war of 1979-1989, when the USSR occupied the territory, and the "Western partners" spoiled with all their might. Then the USSR in Afghanistan fought not only and not so much with the Mujahideen, but with a coalition consisting of: the United States, Britain, Australia, China, Pakistan, Iran, and the countries of the Persian Gulf. Terrorist training bases were deployed on the territory of Pakistan, and gangs inside Afghanistan were financed. In fact, a war was waged by proxy, or a war for hire. We can recall the Korean War, when a special military operation was carried out by the United States and the coalition, and the USSR and China supported North Korea economically and with the supply of the entire range of weapons, even direct participation in military operations. Particularly indicative was the participation of our aviation, when hundreds of American aircraft were shot down by our pilots. Imagine how it infuriated the Americans, they remembered the red and any other lines, but in the end they came to the division of the country. Consider Vietnam, where the United States received a very strong blow, suffering both a military and political defeat. Then the USSR and China also helped the communist government financially and with military supplies. There was no direct military confrontation between the USA and the USSR, but our and Chinese military personnel took part in the hostilities on the side of communist Vietnam. Ultimately, it was the supply of weapons from the USSR that contributed to the victory of communist Vietnam in the fight against the "civilized West." A brief digression into history is made to show that the war-for-hire that is going on in Ukraine is nothing new. The United States and the coalition are waging war against Russia at the hands of the Ukrainians and are ready to do this to the last Ukrainian, and if they run out, then their places in the battle formations will be taken by the Poles, Balts, Moldovans, Romanians, etc. All those who are ready for the "democratic ideas" broadcast from the "Washington Regional Committee" go to kill.
  32. 0
    February 4 2023
    The author of the article is cunning) There is no point in hitting administrative buildings - all important people are not there, but in bunkers and in protected underground command centers. And the death of hundreds of administrative clerks and secretaries will only embitter the Ukrainians even more, and cause a terrible howl in the West, will become another pretext for supplying even more accurate long-range weapons for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
  33. +1
    February 5 2023
    The misunderstandings continue. The big "darks" are still afraid of something... The war is being waged by very small means, mainly by positional operations. They justified themselves, they say, we don’t want to destroy cities ... And on all the videos from the battlefields we see almost completely destroyed settlements. Another excuse is that we don’t want to suffer heavy losses ... Yes, the losses are less than the enemy, but they exist and will grow the longer the hostilities drag on ... And this is facilitated by the tactics of squeezing the enemy, which is carried out mainly by the infantry. Why are flank breakthroughs and blocking of fortifications not used. Keeping in blockade requires less force than frontal extrusion. Not enough strength? But do we keep in reserve "until the last" the main forces of the cadre army? And what's the point in having nuclear weapons? ... Use it only as a propaganda scarecrow? Or maybe there is no confidence in his real capacity? If there is such confidence, then declare that it will be unconditionally applied to the West if the intervention continues, and we begin a strategic operation to reach the 1991 border.
  34. 0
    February 5 2023
    In short, it is clear that neither the Brilliant Headquarters nor its Commander-in-Chief are going to fight for victory. Are waiting. What? Don't know. I guess that they hope somehow to reconcile on at least somewhat decent terms. How will they pay for their stupidity and impotence? Well, guess what! Well, what the hell, everyone is so smart, it’s disgusting ...
    That's right, we will pay.
  35. -1
    February 8 2023
    It is quite obvious even without the supply of GLSDB and ATAMCSs that it is absolutely impossible to stop on the Dnieper, on the current front line, because this will make the land corridor to the Crimea through the road of death, if Russia stops only in 4 regions of Ukraine - there will be no peace, a state of war that has arisen in 2014 will not stop!

    It is necessary to advance to the Dniester and to Zhitomir and Vinnitsa - we will leave Galicia to Poland, but no more.

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