Ben Hodges: To win in Crimea, Ukraine must destroy the Crimean Bridge

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Ben Hodges: To win in Crimea, Ukraine must destroy the Crimean Bridge

The destruction of the Crimean Bridge will be the key to Ukraine’s victory not only in Crimea, but in the conflict with Russia as a whole. This statement was made by the former commander of US Ground Forces in Europe, Ben Hodges.

The retired American general still won’t calm down and continues to dream of Russia’s defeat. This is not surprising; Hodges is an inveterate Russophobe. Recently, he has repeatedly predicted the victory of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the counter-offensive and “planned” the seizure of Crimea. In his opinion, the loss of the peninsula will lead to the withdrawal of the Russian army from other “captured” territories of Ukraine.



To capture Crimea, Ukraine needs to destroy the Crimean Bridge, and for this it is necessary to receive from its Western allies a large number of guided missiles such as the American ATACMS or German Taurus, which have a longer range. According to the general, in order to completely disable the bridge, it is necessary to carry out a powerful missile attack on several sections, or hit a large number of missiles on one section of the bridge. Other methods are not as "effective".

Until Ukraine's allies provide (...) high-precision weapon to destroy bunkers—and in large numbers—the bridge will likely continue to serve the Russian war effort

- said Hodges.

Earlier, the general directly stated that Crimea is not needed by Ukraine, but by the United States and its allies for the construction of naval bases and control of the Black Sea. Now Russia has control, and this does not suit either Washington or Brussels.
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  1. +9
    5 December 2023 21: 26
    What can we take from him, an inveterate Russophobe. I would like to read in the original what he says there. Based on his service, he is not a strong warrior; only one of his awards is decent, and the rest is so-so.
    1. +10
      5 December 2023 21: 51
      New photo of Hodges in the studio!
      Here it somehow flashed... A man gives up in a fight with a green serpent. wassat And he was once a handsome fellow, Russophobia does not lead to good things!

      But without getting too personal, we still need to get to Crimea. And the vaunted counterattack has turned sour, even blowing up the Kerch Bridge will give them nothing.
      Well, it will complicate our logistics, well, there will be fresh PR for a week... And then as usual.
      Thump and cry about past American greatness. hi
      1. +23
        5 December 2023 21: 58
        For victory in Crimea

        We just need to destroy the USA. so that you don't dream about anything else.
        1. +9
          5 December 2023 22: 59
          Quote: Borik
          We just need to destroy the USA. so that you don't dream about anything else.

          If they demolish the Kerch Bridge, then they need to destroy the whole of Kyiv and at the same time hit the Yellowstone volcano well.
          1. +5
            5 December 2023 23: 18
            Quote: carpenter
            Quote: Borik
            We just need to destroy the USA. so that you don't dream about anything else.

            If they demolish the Kerch Bridge, then they need to destroy the whole of Kyiv and at the same time hit the Yellowstone volcano well.

            The Kerch Bridge has already been demolished a couple of times, so what, Kyiv was demolished, or maybe the bridges across the Dnieper were destroyed?
            According to the general, in order to completely disable the bridge, it is necessary to carry out a powerful missile attack on several areas, or hit one section of the bridge with a large number of missiles. Other methods are not as "effective".

            So there is something to hide. Today there was a powerful attack, more than 40 drones were shot down and electronic warfare neutralized. And if there are 200 drones in the attack, add a combined attack of French and British missiles? Any air defense has a limit to its capabilities, alas.
            Only our “generals” and “grandmasters” cannot explain why there is an uninterrupted supply of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from Poland along the railway outskirts, railway tracks, junctions, and bridges are not destroyed. We can't or don't want to???
            1. +4
              6 December 2023 00: 55
              How can they not explain this? )) they all can. They just need this war. That's why they throw coal into the cauldron. If you start fighting wisely and giving command to competent officers at full strength, then you can reach Poland in half a year. And so everything is going smoothly, we take shabby farmsteads for months, for a year and a half it’s good if we move a kilometer. So draw your conclusions. Sivkov says that what is happening now is purely political impotence, the army is capable of quickly achieving victory
            2. +3
              6 December 2023 04: 26
              Quote: kapitan92
              Only our “generals” and “grandmasters” cannot explain why there is an uninterrupted supply of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from Poland along the railway outskirts, railway tracks, junctions, and bridges are not destroyed. We can't or don't want to???

              "Partners" do not allow it.
            3. 0
              6 December 2023 07: 21
              The key phrase is "what if". There are no “what ifs”, there are only facts on the ground and Ukraine has already lost, but you don’t need to tell me that they are shooting, the same Germany was finished off how many times later.
          2. -3
            5 December 2023 23: 30
            And die stupidly from the “nuclear winter.” Maybe you can do something privately, without the participation of others?
            1. +2
              6 December 2023 00: 01
              Or maybe they won't answer? Maybe Bidon will be scared? What if it works for them too?
          3. 0
            6 December 2023 11: 22
            This general retired He's always saying something. There is no end to the number of his statements; his mouth does not close like a cesspool.
        2. +10
          5 December 2023 23: 23
          You need to start from a small island above Europe. And then it will come to lice.
          He openly dictates the targets for attack, is he not a participant in the conflict? That's right, he is its organizer.
          1. +4
            5 December 2023 23: 47
            Quote from Mitos
            He openly dictates the targets for attack, is he not a participant in the conflict?

            Of course not. You, too, openly dictated the targets for the attack (“We need to start from a small island above Europe. And then it will get to the lice.”) and what - are you now a participant in the conflict? No, you are just a private person who is not responsible for anything, like retired General Hodges.
        3. +1
          6 December 2023 01: 44
          Following Hodges' logic, in order to obtain supplies from Great Britain, Ukraine must destroy bridges in London, after which the British will immediately understand the seriousness of Ukrainian intentions and quickly fulfill the requests received! laughing
      2. +2
        5 December 2023 23: 18
        the bridge will likely continue to serve the Russian war effort

        It is not in service even now; only cars and buses travel across the bridge.
        The “new lands” (they are called that among carriers) have now made excellent roads to Crimea.
        The most broken part is from Chongar to Simferopol.
        1. 0
          6 December 2023 04: 32
          Quote: Popandos
          It is not in service even now; only cars and buses travel across the bridge.

          It is also a railway station. hi
          1. +2
            6 December 2023 06: 20
            It's also a railway

            Not all trains cross the bridge hi
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    3. +9
      5 December 2023 22: 50
      Ben Hodges: To win in Crimea, Ukraine must destroy the Crimean Bridge

      To eliminate such nonsense and prevent harm, it is necessary to destroy Ben Hodges himself.
    4. 0
      6 December 2023 03: 31
      This is called euphoria that always happens after a successful battle. Especially with dropouts like Ben.
    5. 0
      6 December 2023 04: 48
      Quote: AlexGa
      I would like to read in the original what he says there.

      Read it, but it's nothing special. The usual Russophobic lamentations and dreams.
      https://www.foreignaffairs.com/ukraine/putins-weak-link-crimea
  2. +25
    5 December 2023 21: 27
    Everyone at Hitler's headquarters is unscrupulous. (With)
    1. +3
      5 December 2023 23: 14
      Quote: 955535
      Everyone at Hitler's headquarters is unscrupulous. (With)

      The fact of the matter is that they are not all there with Hitler yet.
  3. +10
    5 December 2023 21: 28
    To defeat America, the USA must be destroyed. I.
  4. +7
    5 December 2023 21: 28
    laughing
    If the bridge is closed, will Crimea immediately run away under the arm of a drug addict? Did Monica share the coconut with you, or did they hit you on the head with boots a lot in the army?
    1. -21
      5 December 2023 21: 40
      Quote from Bingo
      laughing
      If the bridge is closed, will Crimea immediately run away under the arm of a drug addict? Did Monica share the coconut with you, or did they hit you on the head with boots a lot in the army?

      It’s just that if the bridge is destroyed, then problems will immediately arise with the supply of the army and the 2.5 million population of Crimea. It will be necessary to haul cargo either by sea (where Ukrainian naval drones have already shown some effectiveness) or across the territory of new regions (with permitted infrastructure and under fire from long-range enemy systems). So from a military point of view he is right. True, this is not entirely humane for the population of Crimea, but who thinks about humanity now?
      1. +13
        5 December 2023 21: 50
        Look at the roads in Mariupol. If ever the infrastructure there was destroyed, it was before the Maidan, I was there, I remember laughing
        1. -7
          5 December 2023 22: 13
          Quote from Bingo
          Look at the roads in Mariupol. If ever the infrastructure there was destroyed, it was before the Maidan, I was there, I remember laughing

          How long does it take to get from Mariupol to Kherson? Are there excellent roads everywhere?
          It is much easier to transport both military and civilian cargo by railway. And the roundabout route through Crimea is now practically out of reach of the enemy. Of course, there were some reports of attacks on warehouses in Dzhankoy and Genichesk, but this is rare, but the railway junction in Volnovakha is now in the zone of cannon artillery destruction, which makes mass deliveries of goods through it impossible. You will have to drag cargo by car, which is much more difficult and expensive.
          1. +2
            6 December 2023 12: 25
            Quote from Escariot
            Quote from Bingo
            Look at the roads in Mariupol. If ever the infrastructure there was destroyed, it was before the Maidan, I was there, I remember laughing

            How long does it take to get from Mariupol to Kherson? Are there excellent roads everywhere?
            It is much easier to transport both military and civilian cargo by railway. And the roundabout route through Crimea is now practically out of reach of the enemy. Of course, there were some reports of attacks on warehouses in Dzhankoy and Genichesk, but this is rare, but the railway junction in Volnovakha is now in the zone of cannon artillery destruction, which makes mass deliveries of goods through it impossible. You will have to drag cargo by car, which is much more difficult and expensive.

            The roads there are awesome. Everyone is driving 130 and there are no cameras (yet). Military trucks do not travel below 90 km/h. Everything is fine with the supply, worry))
          2. +1
            6 December 2023 14: 19
            I’m reading a discussion about whether it’s humane or not, but who thought about humanism when our lights were turned off? Now Crimea has its own light, we even supply it to the Kherson region, we either have our own food or from the Kherson region.
            We have problems with fuel, and without blowing up the bridge, we lost diesel fuel in the summer, for example, then the prices went up, that they were being pressed down manually, there were difficulties with petrol, I filled up my 95 in February for 53 rubles, now for 60 and it cost even more and this without any opponent, they created a problem for us out of the blue.
      2. +11
        5 December 2023 21: 52
        Quote from Escariot
        It will be necessary to haul cargo either by sea (where Ukrainian naval drones have already shown some effectiveness) or across the territory of new regions (with permitted infrastructure and under fire from long-range enemy systems).

        or take Odessa with Nikolaev and Kherson and close this topic altogether
        1. -13
          5 December 2023 21: 54
          Quote: poquello
          or take Odessa with Nikolaev and Kherson and close this topic altogether


          Yeah, just take it and take it. Once - and they took it away. good
          We started in the morning - by lunchtime Gazmanov’s concert in Odessa. drinks
          1. +7
            5 December 2023 21: 58
            Quote: Shoulder straps
            Gazmanov's concert in Odessa for lunch

            Gergiev
          2. +8
            5 December 2023 23: 03
            Quote: Shoulder straps
            Once - and they took it away.
            We started in the morning - by lunchtime Gazmanov’s concert in Odessa.

            Do you still think that you can keep Odessa, Nikolaev and Nikolaev in your hands?
            1. 0
              6 December 2023 03: 52
              Quote: carpenter
              Do you still think that you can keep Odessa, Nikolaev and Nikolaev in your hands?


              You don’t understand anything.
              I am Russian and have lived all my life in Russia.
              I am simply infuriated by this dismissive and frivolous attitude towards the situation of those who are sitting on the couch.
              "We'll take Odessa. We'll take Zaporozhye. We'll take Kharkov."

              Wake up all of you at last! This is not a joyride. Behind this “let’s take away” lie the deaths of our soldiers, and it is not for you and others like you to decide with this frivolous “let’s take away” from the couch what the Russian Armed Forces will do next. Clear?
              While you are here and not at the front, you have no moral right to say that we will “take away” something there, since you personally are not going to take anything.
              1. +3
                6 December 2023 04: 52
                Quote: Shoulder straps
                Wake up all of you at last! This is not a joyride. Behind this “let’s take away” lie the deaths of our soldiers, and it is not for you and others like you to decide with this frivolous “let’s take away” from the couch what the Russian Armed Forces will do next.

                “We’ll take it away” is not idle sofa verbiage; Unfortunately, this is an ironclad necessity for the preservation of Russia.

                Deaths follow to a large extent after “agreements”.
              2. +2
                6 December 2023 14: 27
                Well, let's remember history then. Germany lost WWI in general on French and Belgian territory, and then the Ruhr was occupied by the French, without having to fight for it. So why did you decide to storm Odessa?
                And as a citizen of Russia, he has every moral right to express his political position, and you, therefore, should not try to silence anyone.
      3. +5
        5 December 2023 22: 50
        Well, of course. After all, the bridge has been standing for centuries and no one has any idea how to live without a bridge.
      4. +5
        5 December 2023 22: 54
        Quote from Escariot
        True, this is not entirely humane for the population of Crimea, but who thinks about humanity now?

        Therefore, we will hit the ukromrazes hard and mercilessly.
        1. 0
          6 December 2023 15: 07
          Quote: Clear
          Quote from Escariot
          True, this is not entirely humane for the population of Crimea, but who thinks about humanity now?

          Therefore, we will hit the ukromrazes hard and mercilessly.

          Well, they started beating these ukromrazes long before the construction of the bridge, so nothing will change for them
  5. +11
    5 December 2023 21: 37
    Hodges... bluntly stated that Crimea is not needed by Ukraine, but by the United States and its allies for the construction of naval bases and control of the Black Sea.
    Well, yes. The death of the Russian Black Sea Fleet is an old dream of the Anglo-Saxons. And all the fuss in Ukraine was started so that the United States would be located in Crimea, and Great Britain would deploy its bases on the Sea of ​​​​Azov. And on land there are missile bases with IRBM...
    1. 0
      5 December 2023 22: 56
      Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
      The death of the Russian Black Sea Fleet is an old dream of the Anglo-Saxons.

      I wonder what kind of smile the Anglo-Saxons will have in their graves in this regard? winked
  6. +6
    5 December 2023 21: 45
    Well, if Russia, in the form of an alaverda from our table, strikes at large thermal power plants, hydroelectric power stations and underground gas storage facilities, what will Hodges say about victory? And will Europe and the USA be able to shelter and warm all the refugees there?
    1. +3
      5 December 2023 22: 58
      Quote: Nord11
      Well, if Russia, in the form of an alaverda from our table, strikes at large thermal power plants, hydroelectric power stations and underground gas storage facilities, what will Hodges say about victory? And will Europe and the USA be able to shelter and warm all the refugees there?

      Ah, this, in this situation, is a creative idea and you need to try it Yes
    2. +2
      5 December 2023 23: 28
      If a.
      The bridges and tunnels have stood, continue to stand, and will continue to stand - you cannot offend your partners.
      The number of chairs our “leadership” is trying to sit on is amazing.
    3. 0
      6 December 2023 05: 00
      Quote: Nord11
      will Europe and the USA be able to shelter and warm all the refugees there?

      They will be able to “heat it up and rob it.”
      This is what they are doing.
  7. +6
    5 December 2023 22: 02
    It would be logical to somewhat paraphrase Hodges’ statement: “To preserve the Crimean Bridge, it is necessary to destroy the criminal Bandera regime.”
    1. 0
      5 December 2023 23: 02
      Quote: Volunteer Marek
      It would be logical to somewhat paraphrase Hodges’ statement: “To preserve the Crimean Bridge, it is necessary to destroy the criminal Bandera regime.”

      Yes. Exactly destroy! The faster the better.
    2. 0
      5 December 2023 23: 02
      Quote: Volunteer Marek
      It would be logical to somewhat paraphrase Hodges’ statement: “To preserve the Crimean Bridge, it is necessary to destroy the criminal Bandera regime.”

      Yes. Exactly destroy! The faster the better.
  8. +9
    5 December 2023 22: 04
    If one of our politicians or top generals declared that it was vitally important for Russia to destroy the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco...or the Brooklyn Bridge in New York...what would be the reaction of the States and all their six? Predictable in my opinion.
    So why can they calmly talk about causing damage to us through explosions, terrorist attacks, and murders?
    1. +4
      5 December 2023 22: 16
      Even without the Russians, their infrastructure (bridges) is in a deplorable state. Florida, where this Ben Hodges is from, is one of those problem states.
      The pathological hatred of the American high command towards Russia and Russians is noteworthy. Mike Milley, also one of the former, called on the Ukrainians to kill captured Russian soldiers (I won’t indicate in what way - he’s obviously crazy).
      As for Hodges, in September 2022 he wrote an article in The Daily Telegraph in which he expressed the opinion that Russia would lose the war against Ukraine, followed by the collapse of the Russian Federation.
      On September 28, 2022, Ben Hodges said that the Ukrainian Armed Forces will be able to push the Russian military back to their positions on February 23 by the end of 2022, and by mid-2023 the Defense Forces may enter the temporarily occupied Autonomous Republic of Crimea. After Kherson came under the control of Ukraine, he said that, in his opinion, an irreversible turning point had come in the war. He believes that by the summer of 2023 Ukraine will achieve complete victory.
      So he said a lot of things.
      Meli Emelya, your week!
    2. +1
      5 December 2023 22: 17
      If one of our politicians or top generals declared that it was vitally important for Russia to destroy the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco...or the Brooklyn Bridge in New York...what would be the reaction of the States and all their six?
      Actually, we are not at war with the United States, but we could quietly warn Kyiv that attacks on Krymsky will result in attacks on the Kyiv bridges on the Dnieper.
      1. +4
        5 December 2023 22: 21
        Quote: Alexey Lantukh
        Actually, we are not at war with the USA.

        Yes, the point here is not who we are fighting with, but how freely they talk about how in Russia someone or something can be blown up, destroyed, captured, shot, destroyed...
        What kind of superhumans are these who consider this acceptable, and not at all immoral... that’s what’s infuriating :))
        1. -1
          5 December 2023 23: 04
          Quote: Peter_Koldunov
          Quote: Alexey Lantukh
          Actually, we are not at war with the USA.

          Yes, the point here is not who we are fighting with, but how freely they talk about how in Russia someone or something can be blown up, destroyed, captured, shot, destroyed...
          What kind of superhumans are these who consider this acceptable, and not at all immoral... that’s what’s infuriating :))

          Yes, the Anglo-Saxons and the EU are scum number one. Oh, all the sixes, like the Ukrobanderites, are consumables for them.
      2. +1
        6 December 2023 05: 12
        Quote: Alexey Lantukh
        Actually, we are not at war with the United States, but we could quietly warn Kyiv that attacks on Krymsky will result in attacks on the Kyiv bridges on the Dnieper.

        Striped permits are not given for attacks on Kyiv bridges.
        They know how to work behind the scenes.
    3. +2
      5 December 2023 22: 18
      I think that some of our “ex” should say something like this...
      that it is vitally important for Russia to destroy the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco...or the Brooklyn Bridge in New York...
      ...maybe about the Channel Tunnel....
      1. 0
        6 December 2023 05: 16
        Quote: nPuBaTuP
        I think that some of our “ex” should say something like this...

        You can even send someone specially to the “ex” for such statements. good
    4. 0
      5 December 2023 23: 11
      The dog barks, the wind blows, as they say.
    5. +1
      5 December 2023 23: 25
      Quote: Peter_Koldunov
      If one of our politicians or senior generals declares that it is vitally important for Russia to destroy the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco...or the Brooklyn Bridge in New York...

      Russia doesn’t exchange such little things. Here, from the 46th second - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95asH4dvQ74&t=47s
      The goal is Florida. By the way, the homeland of Hodges. Offended. Guess.))
    6. +1
      5 December 2023 23: 32
      So he seems to be retired, and bribes from him are smooth.
      And if you read and listen to some of our retirees, tomorrow we will burn down Washington and blow up the Yellowstone volcano.
      1. +1
        5 December 2023 23: 51
        One retired president in particular is trying. Although we haven’t heard from him for a long time, apparently his health is not ironclad.
  9. -3
    5 December 2023 22: 08
    In the morning someone is one thing, at lunchtime another is different, in the evening it’s a third and it’s different for everyone: they lost, they drew (all on the defensive), and of course, in order for you to win you need this, this, this, this, that.
    1. -2
      5 December 2023 22: 17
      Svidomo downvoted like a mouse
  10. -1
    5 December 2023 22: 11
    “Previously, the general directly stated that Crimea is needed not by Ukraine, but by the United States and its allies for the construction of naval bases and control of the Black Sea. Now Russia has control, and this does not suit either Washington or Brussels.”
    So ...
    What will we do with such a disposition?
    1. +1
      5 December 2023 23: 06
      Quote: Petrol cutter
      What will we do with such a disposition?

      How are we going to do what? As we do, more shells, cartridges and weapons... winked
    2. -1
      5 December 2023 23: 12
      To crush their dreams and hopes.
  11. +3
    5 December 2023 22: 12
    Or maybe it’s like in a Holywood movie: a former soldier or senator, a fisherman near his home, accidentally dies, I wonder why this doesn’t happen?
    1. 0
      5 December 2023 23: 09
      Quote: While I'm sick
      Or maybe it’s like in a Holywood movie: a former soldier or senator, a fisherman near his home, accidentally dies, I wonder why this doesn’t happen?

      We must first show them in our cinema"
      Quote: While I'm sick
      not far from my home - died accidentally
      and when we pass this psychological barrier, then you’ll see that the senators will cover their filthy mouths towards Russia.
      1. +1
        6 December 2023 11: 49
        Apparently we can’t see such a movie, the Chinese forbade the release - where China was flooded or something like that. Because collective consciousness is also a force, all this has been known for a long time
    2. 0
      5 December 2023 23: 53
      And then it will be like this: in a neighboring state, the son of an ultra-patriotic Russian senator was raped and killed by a gang of black drug addicts.
      1. 0
        6 December 2023 11: 44
        Don’t snoop around in unfamiliar places. We, from near Voronezh, don’t care who rapes anyone, black drug addicts are busy with robberies and thefts, it’s officially allowed to take dead guys for mowing, in some states the cops don’t respond to such crimes at all
      2. 0
        6 December 2023 11: 52
        Or when the most famous drug addict on the planet moves to Miami - gets raped by a gang of homeless people - on dry soft cardboard
  12. +3
    5 December 2023 22: 13
    Ben Hodges: To win in Crimea, Ukraine must destroy the Crimean Bridge

    No, it doesn't work anymore. request
    Now there are still land roads to Russia. So destroying the bridge will achieve practically nothing.
    In the end, you can bring it by ship. During the Second World War they somehow managed without a bridge. We can’t give the grandfathers a lift, we shouldn’t. request
    1. +2
      5 December 2023 22: 29
      Quote: K-50
      Ben Hodges: To win in Crimea, Ukraine must destroy the Crimean Bridge

      No, it doesn't work anymore. request
      Now there are still land roads to Russia. So destroying the bridge will achieve practically nothing.
      In the end, you can bring it by ship. During the Second World War they somehow managed without a bridge. We can’t give the grandfathers a lift, we shouldn’t. request

      One railway train carries 60-70 wagons with cargo. How many trucks will it take to replace this train?
      Of course, you can deliver by ships, but this means that these same ships will be busy delivering goods, and not sitting at bases under the cover of military barriers. Having gathered its forces into a fist, the Russian Federation will most likely be able to provide both Crimea and the Front with everything necessary, but this will be extremely costly (not in terms of money, but in terms of resources).
    2. 0
      6 December 2023 05: 25
      Quote: K-50
      During the Second World War they somehow managed without a bridge. We can't grandfathers give me a ride, should not.

      Suspend.
      The rest is correct, I agree. hi
      1. 0
        6 December 2023 08: 54
        Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
        Suspend.
        The rest is correct, I agree.

        Give me a ride, from the words WHO, to carry, cart.
        So your version is not correct. hi
  13. 0
    5 December 2023 22: 43
    Are the Dnieper bridges really stronger than the Crimean bridge?
  14. +1
    5 December 2023 22: 46
    like any former official, but who wants to be visible and works for the military-industrial complex, he tries to correspond to the trend and for this he makes loud, belligerent and usually provocative speeches, note that almost all of his speeches are provocations. To put it simply, he is an ordinary clique who is not worth paying attention to. But I have already said many times and will repeat, so that there are no headaches for the bridge and the fleet, Ukraine must be cut off from the World Cup
    1. +1
      5 December 2023 23: 11
      Quote: Vladimirius
      he's just an ordinary clique who shouldn't be paid any attention to

      Yes. But, just in case, you need to hang him by his tongue.
  15. 0
    5 December 2023 22: 56
    An ice ax is crying on his head, all that remains is to develop a plan, select a good candidate-performer, prepare him and buy an ice ax (there is a large selection in online stores)...
  16. -1
    5 December 2023 23: 15
    Has the general never seen a map of Crimea, with ports and railways?
  17. -1
    5 December 2023 23: 16
    In this case, it is possible that the outskirts will become a second Palestine, and Russia will begin to act using Israeli methods.
  18. -1
    5 December 2023 23: 22
    The destruction of the Crimean Bridge will be the key to Ukraine’s victory not only in Crimea, but in the conflict with Russia as a whole.


    What if the answer is the destruction of all bridges and crossings across the Dnieper? What will happen to the victory key?
  19. 0
    5 December 2023 23: 40
    Sprinkle some red pepper on the tongue of these Hodges and grease one spot with turpentine, maybe this will at least distract them from such statements.
  20. +2
    5 December 2023 23: 51
    an ordinary American boot, you should not pay attention to the statements of this pensioner, since they are a complete analogue of our wishes regarding the USA.
    but there is also a character who suggests “cutting the throats of all Russians” - in my opinion this is rock bottom for an ex of this level... negative
  21. +1
    5 December 2023 23: 54
    Until Ukraine's allies provide (...) precision bunker-busting weapons - and in large quantities - the bridge will likely continue to serve the Russian war effort

    - said Hodges.
    Get Ben Hodges out of his home bunker, they have lost the bridge to the street. Or maybe Ben has lost his bridge and can’t find it and a tube of Corega balm to boot. Please send cash on delivery to Ben Hodges the bridge + balm kit as humanitarian aid crying
  22. 0
    6 December 2023 00: 37
    Why didn’t they seize Crimea while there was no bridge?
    Don't worry
  23. 0
    6 December 2023 01: 26
    Ben Hodges: To win in Crimea, Ukraine must destroy the Crimean Bridge

    To this general, the Crimean Bridge is like a red rag in front of a mad bull! am
  24. -1
    6 December 2023 01: 43
    The mattress is completely gone! It's time to bring something significant into the air, otherwise the degenerates will not calm down.
  25. 0
    6 December 2023 02: 00
    Quote from: FoBoss_VM
    How can they not explain this? )) they all can. They just need this war. That's why they throw coal into the cauldron. If you start fighting wisely and giving command to competent officers at full strength, then you can reach Poland in half a year.

    There’s just one BUT: you won’t be able to write nonsense here anymore. We’ll have to get a sofa and go to the military registration and enlistment office for general mobilization.
  26. 0
    6 December 2023 02: 50
    You never know who wants something!!!? Don’t you want an unauthorized “detonation” of “Poseidon” off the coast of the “regional committee”!? - like the chip from a washing machine, made by you, “failed.” The used contingent, especially the generals, are very eager to fight a war that they have never won.
  27. +2
    6 December 2023 02: 58
    The general was somewhat late with his ideas - the land corridor to Crimea already exists, the benefit of destroying the bridge in strategic terms would be significant only if the Armed Forces of Ukraine were able to rush to block this corridor or impose significant battles in its area with a confident ability to achieve local superiority in the air or fire impact on him. That's the minimum. Because yes, in this case it would greatly prevent us from transferring forces to Crimea - and in theory it would impose a more favorable situation on the Ukrainian Armed Forces for action.
    However, apart from what was described above, this would be a mostly symbolic, media and propaganda strike, with virtually no strategic value at the moment. The fact is that the defense containing the Ukrainian Armed Forces has ALREADY been created, our forces are already successfully engaged in this, their counter-offensive has already run out of steam.
  28. 0
    6 December 2023 12: 21
    Why not post the email addresses of such idle Russophobes and shit on them, let them cry at Russian hackers
  29. 0
    6 December 2023 13: 53
    The guy got infected with dreams from the Ukrainians.